A really lovely, quiet place to visit. Free to enter and wander around. Magnificent high ceilings and stained glass windows. Due to Covid, tours aren't happening at present, but it's still great to wa...
This heritage listed building provides a vast overview of Victoria’s historical articles, art and including vast array of sound and reading library. There are daily tours provided for the public to ...
The State Library of Victoria (SLV) contains the collective memory of the State of Victoria. In front of the SLV stands a statue of the founder of the SLV, Sir Redmond Barry. The SLV has recently bee...
The State Library of Victoria (SLV) is a source of great pride for the people of Melbourne. It was founded by Sir Redmond Barry, who was also the first Chancellor of the University of Melbourne. The S...
Melbourne is the coastal city, the second largest city in the south of Australia, and a world-famous tourist city. Many people have set it as the first stop for travel in Australia. How to plan for the first trip to Melbourne?
D1 Victoria State Library - Melbourne Museum - Melbourne Aquarium - Eureka 88th Floor Observation Deck
D2 Sovereign Hill Gold Mine - Victoria Market
D3 Puffing Billy Steam Train - Penguin Island
D4 Melbourne - Great Ocean Road - Twelve Apostles
D5 Twelve disciples return to Melbourne - Melbourne Central Shopping Centre - Burke Street
play in Melbourne Can be divided into three lines: 1 urban line, 2 surrounding lines, 3 ocean routes.
The main points of the city line are: 1. Victoria Library, 2. Melbourne Museum 3. Victoria National Art Gallery 4. St. Paul's Cathedral
Nearby attractions not to be missed There are: 1. Sovereign Hill Gold Mine (formerly the original gold rush site), 2. Puffing Billy Steam Train (Australia's oldest steam train), 3 Penguin Island (see the world's smallest penguin homing)
The most important sights of the Great Ocean route are: 1. Geelong 2. Little Red Riding Hood 3. Gibson Stairs 4. Twelve Disciples 5. London Broken Bridge
Accommodation: Essentials of the downtown line In the CBD area of Melbourne, if you live in the Free Tram Zone, you can walk to the attractions basically, and the trams in the Free Zone are also free. Chinatown and Chinese restaurants are also near the Victoria market, and life is very convenient. Melbourne has many high-rise hotel apartments with kitchens that are perfect for families. However, it should be noted that hotels in Melbourne generally check in at 3 pm.
1. If there is a kitchen available in the hotel, be sure to go to the Victoria Market to buy seafood and steak to go back! Premium Australian beef and prawns are great for simple cooking!
2. Melbourne has food from around the world. Whether you like Western food or have a Chinese stomach, you can find the right taste whether you want to eat pasta or Lanzhou noodles. Melbourne brunch is a must try!
3. The Yarra Valley near Melbourne is the oldest wine region in Victoria, so Australian wines are also worth tasting.
Australia is a Chinese driver's license. You can rent a car with the original driver's license and translation. Since Australia is the right rudder, contrary to the domestic market, and the Great Ocean Road will have some ups and downs and big bends, it is recommended to buy a full insurance without any compensation.
The Victoria State Library
STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA, where you can listen to the live symphony for free: Victoria State Library on Swanston Street, when you see a green building labeled RMIT When the object, the library is across the road, and the trams 16 and 96 have corresponding stations to stop, we walked from the hotel to stay 10 minutes away, very convenient. The library does not bring things in and out. It does not need to be registered. It is very quiet, so the speech should be very quiet, so as not to disturb the people who are studying hard. There is no pillar in the interior of the library like the auditorium. The roof is arched and looks like a palace. We visited on Sunday and just met the symphony performance on the spot. The melodious music echoed in the auditorium. It felt full of artistic atmosphere. We also took a photo with the conductor after the performance. There are oil paintings and statues and personalized prints on the 2-3 floor of the library, all of which can be visited free of charge. If you are interested, you can go and see. There is an elevator on the right hand side after entering the gate, where you can take the elevator to the highest floor, overlooking the full view of the auditorium, and taking a beautiful library photo!
Melbourne, Victoria State Library, remembered to see a photo. Walk with awe, find a corner and sit quietly. The camera shutter was muted and didn't dare to speak loudly. For fear of any shackles, it is a temple that disturbs the sea of knowledge.
Coming to the Victorian Library, established in 1854, the quaint architectural style gives a sense of history. Take a look at the famous huge vaults in the La Trobe reading room, or sit on the lawn in front of the library with the locals and basking in the sun to see people coming and going. Suddenly envy these students, if my city has such a library, I may fall in love with learning!
A modern learning organization in the heart of historic Melbourne, the State Library of Victoria is an interesting blend of library and museum. The largest library in the state, it is home to over 2 million books and volumes of audio and video recordings. The library also contains a large selection of artwork and historical artifacts on display for the public to view. The library also plays host to an assortment of traveling exhibits and entertainment acts. This library is much more than just a place for reading. Come explore, delight in the art and maybe take in a little something.