Melbourne City Hall is located in the center of Melbourne, in the style of the Second Empire. The top of the town hall is crowned with a giant Prince Alfred Tower, which is covered by a 2.44-meter-long clock. There is a concert hall inside the city hall. It was once the most famous concert hall in Australia. The huge pipe organ is assembled by more than 8,000 pipes. This pipe organ impresses people with its wonderful sound effect. During Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Melbourne City Hall will perform many wonderful performances as the main venue during the festival.
Melbourne City Hall is the city's landmark building, its decorative layout is also very artistic, especially the annual Christmas lighting show is world-renowned. The city hall is also a place for various public events. Melbourne is open to visitors free of charge.
Melbourne Scene: Tinker Car, Melbourne Avenue, Chinatown Architecture, in fact, is a visa. It is recommended to apply for an Australian visa two months in advance, because the Australian Embassy does not need the original passport, and then to submit a New Zealand visa. The visa fee is about 1,000 RMB each, and the two countries are 2000.
This is the city hall of Melbourne. It's very small. It's crowded in this old building. Every town in Melbourne has its own city hall. So the town hall is relatively large. The third and fourth pictures are Christmas lights, because the government is very poor and has not changed them for many years, which has always been the case. Ha-ha
First of all, there are many wrong pictures of Melbourne City Hall. @ Qiuhao is right. Many people put pictures of Victoria's Congress in the hope that the correctness of the pictures will be checked after the ctrip. The day we went was Sunday. We didn't open the door. We took two pictures at the door. Next to the town hall is the home H M, which is very big.
Melbourne City Center, near the Flinders Railway Station, the building features.