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Melbourne's General Post Office
850 Reviews
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
634 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
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
608 Reviews
Rock Monument
Geological Sites
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
343 Reviews
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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The Great Ocean Road, located in the west of Melbourne, was built by the Australian government for the soldiers who died in the First World War. Construction began in 1919 and was completed in 1932, with a total length of 276 kilometers. The White Queen Lighthouse is the most beautiful of the eight lighthouses on the Great Ocean Road. It is not only an important navigational guide in Victoria, but also one of the many navigation warning lights on the coastline of the Great Ocean Road. The Lorne Trestle Bridge extends to the center of the sea and the scenery is unique. How can you not mention the twelve disciples in the Great Ocean Road? This is the landmark and the most enduring scenery. Although the twelve rocks have only seven remaining baptisms after thousands of years of sea breeze and waves, they have been carved into a human face by nature, seemingly sad, just like gentle, skillful. The Loyard Valley is adjacent to the Twelve Apostles. It is a spectacular U-shaped canyon formed by towering cliffs with sandy beaches and azure waters. The reason why the London Broken Bridge is famous is that it was once connected to the mainland by a natural bridge. The bridge collapsed in January 1990, and two frightened tourists were trapped on the newest island in the world. They were broadcast live on the whole process of being rescued by helicopters, so they are widely known and come here. Grotto is a natural cave formed by the erosion of limestone by seawater for thousands of years. It is covered with vegetation and is a wonder. Driving on the Great Ocean Road, so many beautiful scenery can be said to be climax, surprisingly continuous, there is no second road in the world can be comparable.
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