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The Royal Exhibition Building is one of the world's oldest remaining exhibition pavilions. On 1 July 2004, it became the first building in Australia to achieve a World Heritage listing. Located in Carlton Gardens, the pavilion was originally...more
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Attended Motoclassica here at the lovely Exhibition Building - what an great day. This old building is worth a look in its own right, amazing place. Motoclassica was filled with beautiful cars and easily spent the best part of a day here.
This building was used as Australia's first Parliament! It was also the location of the world expo when Melbourne was one of the most successful cities in the world due to the recent gold rush. A classic 1900's Melbourne building with a beautiful facade in...More
There is a bit to do here from an IMAX theatre to a museum.
The gardens are nice to wander around in, with a pretty spekkie water fountain out the front.
It’s great in spring with some fabulous landscaping works.
Don’t need too long here...More
This building has it all, wonderful old world charm and architecture. Built by David Mitchell the (father of Dame Nellie Melba) in the late 1800's. Absolutely full of Australian history. Set in the beautiful Carlton gardens. It is a 10 minute walk from Melbourne CBD....More
This is a very iconic building, situated in a large gardens area adjacent to the main city center.
It dates back to the early 1900's and was the site of the first Australian Parliament. This was prior to Canberra being selected as the permanent site,...More