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The Williamstowm Lighthouse at Point Gellibrand on Battery Road has a copper time ball on top which used to be dropped at 1 pm daily to tune offshore-moored ships' chronometers..
The Williamstowm Lighthouse at Point Gellibrand on Battery Road has a copper time ball on top which used to be dropped at 1 pm daily to tune offshore-moored ships' chronometers.
The Australian Railway Historical Society operates the Railway Museum which displays a large collection of vintage Victorian steam locomotives, diesel engines, electric train cars and freight wagons
Scienceworks is a science museum housed in an industrial-style building near the historic Spotswood Pumping Station in Melbourne
Luna Park is a historic amusement park in St Kilda that has been operational since 1912
The Bolte Bridge is a large twin Cantilever bridge connecting the west of Melbourne's central business district to the Docklands precinct across the Yarra River and Victoria Harbour
Originally opened in 1920 as the Victory Theatre for cinema, the National Theatre has been a performance space for dramas, opera and ballet since 1974
ArtVo offers various settings with optical illusions for trick photography
The white and red Charles Grimes Bridge is a twin-road bridge that carries the Docklands Highway over the Yarra River