The Victoria Arts Centre is a group of art exhibitions and performing arts venues located on the south bank of the Yarra River in Melbourne. The shape resembles a ballerina's fluffy skirt. It is very beautiful, especially when night falls, the tower spires constantly changing light colors, which is exceptionally dreamy.
The Victoria Arts Center and the adjacent art gallery together constitute an important art temple in the entire southern hemisphere. From the road next to the railway station across the track bridge, you can see many tramps. The huge tower and umbrella-shaped buildings are very conspicuous and eye-catching as a product of the Expo period. There are also some concert halls and other facilities for performances.
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The Victoria Arts Centre is located on Melbourne’s famous Federation Square. The shape of the entire building is very ultra-modern, with a magical sense of technology. The area of the art center is very large, covering many art categories such as sculpture, painting, home design, photography, etc. The works are very wonderful and rich and are very popular with art lovers.
Like the Eiffel Tower, the Victorian Arts Center, which is also a symbol of Melbourne, it is very brief in appearance, but a thin tower, with two layers of green and gray on the bottom. But its highlight was the shelves that floated close to the ground, like skirts that opened in a spin, and the towers were moved and soulful. So ingeniously designed, the art center became the city's iconic building. In time for the Western Valentine's Day, the streets are full of wine and dancing. It is also the most popular day to see people in Australia!
The 115m diameter white metal netting illuminated by the Victoria Arts Centre laser is very striking at night, looking a bit like a white ballet dress or small Eiffel Tower, now the city of Melbourne and the whole of Australia Time is limited, didn't go inside to visit the north of the Victoria National Gallery, the south bank of the Yala River.