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Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria and is both coolly casual and on fire with its trendy lifestyle. With friendly locals and beautiful weather, it is very suitable for long-term residence. Here, you can experience the modern rhythm of a great metropolis, dine in hidden lanes, visit luxury restaurants and galleries full of historic art. You can also visit part of the famous Great Ocean Road in the suburbs to experience some of Australia's many different strokes. The areas surrounding Melbourne are equally splendid. Phillip Island is an adorable penguin island. Sovereign Hill recreates the life and times of Australia's 19th-Century gold rush, St. Kilda Beach gives you a seaside sense of relaxation and Mt. Dandenong is the central part of Victoria's wine-producing and wineries region.

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Melbourne's General Post Office
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Historical Architecture
Melbourne is a marvelous place, one side nestled against the blue sea, the other leaning against a rock in flux, creating beautiful roads between the cliffs and wonderful scenery along the way, nothing can match it. Coffee is life, even more so, it is the attitude of life. Go to Melbourne and have a spiritual conversation with nature. From the wine-growing Yarra Valley to Dandenong Mountain Range, from the Great Ocean Road with its magnificent ocean views to Philip Island, where wild little penguins are lining up, this natural capital in the Southern Hemisphere will show you an undisturbed world where you can listen to the crystal clear sounds of nature amidst immersive greenery.
Chinatown Melbourne
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Centred at the eastern end of Little Bourke Street, Chinatown sits next to the Swanston commercial street in the bustling Melbourne CBD. Chinatown is a one-way street, nearly fully occupied with Chinese restaurants and grocery stores. With Chinese signs everywhere, locals not only come here to enjoy Chinese cuisine, but also to experience Chinese culture and art. During Spring Festivals, Chinatown is extremely lively with all kinds of traditional performances, such as lion dance, dragon lantern show, etc.
Twelve Apostles
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The Twelve Apostles are located in the Port Campbell National Park on the Great Ocean Road in Australia and are one of the great attractions along the Great Ocean Road. They are rock stacks erecting from the sea. They were originally part of the coastline and were gradually separated by the waves and wind. Because the original twelve stacks were reminiscent of the twelve apostles who followed Jesus, they were named The Twelve Apostles. Due to the continuous erosion of the waves, only seven of the twelve are left. On the way to the Twelve Apostles, there is a well-known staircase known as the Gibson Steps, which is cut from the cliff and leads down to the beach.
Phillip Island
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Phillip Island, also known as Penguin Island, is an island at the fjord of the Westport Bay in southern Victoria, Australia. There is a Phillip Island Nature Park on the island where you can see koalas, kangaroos, penguins, seals and many other wild animals. It is a veritable animal paradise with views of the beach, wetlands and woodlands.

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In late December, 2019, reports emerged about a novel coronavirus circulating in Wuhan, China. Since that time, travellers have been shocked by the speed and extent of the outbreak. As the situation on the ground develops rapidly, we have put together this brief summary covering the current scientific consensus regarding the virus (known officially as 2019-nCoV), efforts to combat the outbreak, and things travellers can do to keep themselves safe.   16 Apr 2020
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Australia, the Land Down Under, is a vast continent full of rich biodiversity, incredible culture, and untamed wilderness. The great Australian Outback is the stuff of legend. A vast expanse of desert and grasslands stretching to the horizon. Running along the country’s eastern coast is the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef system. Sydney Harbor is recognizable the world over for the famed Opera House and the New Years fireworks display. A country flush with natural resources, Australia is a welcoming destination where travelers can find just about anything.
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When visiting Melbourne, you should try to take a look at the ivory tower. It is likely that we still have a campus complex, so as long as there is an interesting university to see, we may as well take the time to do it.  The University of Melbourne was founded in 1853 and is the second oldest university in Australia. It was built three years after the University of Sydney, which holds the top rank for being the oldest in the country. The University of Melbourne is, however, the oldest University in the state of Victoria. It is the highest ranked university in the entire Southern Hemisphere. It is known for its beautiful campus and it has the classic Victorian architectural style.  When we went, there were also pieces of wisteria flowers and other kinds of flowers and plants. It was beautiful and quiet, and is perfectly suitable for portraits. Speaking of universities; college time is really the most precious time in life.
Posted: 15 Dec 2018
On the occassion of Christmas, every night, there is a wonderful light show, to welcome the visitors from all over the world to spend an amazing Christmas in Melbourne. The light show uses LED laser technology, which is designed to hit the exterior of the building by a laser projector 100 meters away. The Christmas in the impression is snowy, Santa Claus is wearing a thick red and white coat in front of the world, but the Christmas in the southern hemisphere Australia is in summer, thin clothes and short sleeves, so it feels weird. In addition, the Christmas for foreigners is not as rich and colorful as the festivals in China, but more like the Chinese New Year's Eve in the Spring Festival. Basically, the venue is closed, and there are no people on the street. They all go home and reunite with their families on the New Year's Eve. The old city hall completely changes its image under the mapping of colored lights! Colorful and memorable. This event makes the night even more exciting, please wear enough clothes, as Melbourne at night is still relatively cold, especially for children.
Posted: 8 Dec 2018
For the best view of the Melbourne city go to Eureka Skydeck88. In just 40 seconds, you can take the 88-story elevator, which is the fastest elevator in southern hemisphere. The Eureka rooftop is also the only viewing platform in the world that has the experience of accelerating the "cliffbox" of the heartbeat. After entering the glass box, it is 3 meters outside the building at a height of 285 meters. This is a very exciting experience. You can also take amazing photographs. The guide will help you to and lead you in every way to enjoy this exciting moment! It is recommended to come in the evening, the day and night has completely different vibe, so you can enjoy the starry night and city light's view from up here!
Posted: 10 Dec 2018
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Federal Square ( is a group of buildings centered on the Civic Square. It was presented to the world with its abstract surreal model and became a new symbol of Melbourne in the 21st century. It is also a new landmark in Melbourne. After the completion, it became a meeting place, a landmark for Melbourne, for people to meet. When the weather is fine, there are band performances and a lot of activities. People sit in open-air benches to enjoy music, street art and performances. In addition to the new National Gallery of Victoria, there is also the Australian Dynamic Image Center, the BMW Theatre and some restaurants, shops and bars worth seeing. In particular, the Australian Dynamic Image Center, free to visit, there are many toys with a sense of technology, as well as a large number of popular science and technology related places, very suitable for bringing children to play. The transportation to Federation Square is also very convenient. On the left is Flinder Street Railway Station, Melbourne's transportation hub, many trams pass through here. So, after taking the tram to Flinder Street Station, you can walk across the road to Union Square.
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