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Yesterday evening when the editor posted on WeChat, the circle of friends was swiped! This time it's not Li Chen + Fan Ye and Zhang Xinyu, this time it's not the City jump sale, this time it's the evening glow of literary cats!

Sometimes, there is no need to travel far, the beauty is just a moment when you look up.

Seeing the enthusiasm of the friends, you will know how beautiful this sunset is!


I really can’t describe how beautiful the sunset in Melbourne is. I'm really afraid that the written words will tarnish its beauty! So, follow the editor to see the wonders of Melbourne with your own eyes.

Not only the editors and the friends of the editor, the Aussies were stunned by the sunset!

If you are drunk, then the following benefits are here. The editor summarizes the top ten best places to watch the sunset in cats. Next time, take your beloved to watch the sunset!

1
Rooftop Bar

The rooftop bar located on the roof of the CBD with skyscrapers is a must-see in Melbourne to watch the sunset! Sitting on a candy-colored striped deck chair, watching the sunset that is so beautiful to cry you while drinking red wine, waiting for an open-air movie has to be said to be a kind of enjoyment.

Address: Rooftop, Curtin House
252 Swanston St, Melbourne 3000 (near Melbourne Central train station)

2
Atrium Bar on 35

If you feel that the rooftop bar is too cold and noisy, and you want to find a quiet and good place to drink red wine and enjoy the sunset in Melbourne, then Atrium Bar is a good choice!

Address: 25 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000

3
The Shrine of Remembrance

The Shrine of Remembrance was built between 1927 and 1934. This ancient and mysterious building records the sadness and honor of the Victorian era and retains the memories of the First World War. The sunset here is full of sadness with a sense of history and vicissitudes that is not common in Australia.

Address: Birdwood Ave, Melbourne 3004

Ticket: Free

Open hours: 10 am to XNUMX pm

4
Eureka Skydeck 88

The Eureka Skydeck is 297 meters high and has 88 floors. A total of 13 elevators are installed. In order to ensure that it can withstand the baptism of strong winds, the building is said to have used 110,000 tons of concrete. Eureka Skydeck's architecture was inspired by Victoria's bloodiest war. But now, here is indeed one of the best places to overlook in Melbourne. Standing on the glass nearly 300 meters above the sky, overlooking the sunset in Melbourne, feel the thrill of the thrill and enjoy the panoramic view.


Address: Riverside Quay, Southbank 3006

Ticket price: $8-39.5

Open hours: XNUMX am to XNUMX pm

5
Kokoda Track Memorial Trail

Walk up the long 1000 steps, and then at the top of the stairs, enjoy the gift after climbing-Melbourne sunset. Is it the best reward? Not only that, it is also a very good place for picnics and bird watching in Melbourne, a good choice for leisure sports and enjoying the scenery!


Address: Dandenong Ranges National Park, C415, Victoria 3786

6
St Kilda Beach

Jacka Boulevard in St Kilda is the most popular place to escape the heat in summer. However, in addition to the sea breeze, there is another item that is most popular with locals for swimming, which is to sit in a small restaurant by the sea or on the beach and enjoy the beautiful sunset.


Address: 10-18 Jacka Blvd, St Kilda 3182

Official website: http://www.stkildaseabaths.com.au/

7
Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

Covering an area of ​​more than 36 hectares, the Royal Melbourne Botanic Garden has more than 50000 plants, which can be called a natural oxygen bar in Melbourne. It must be a good choice to take the family and children to the picnic on the weekend to enjoy the sunset and evening glow.


Address: Birdwood Ave, South Yarra 3141

8
The Boatbuilders Yard

The Boatbuilders Yard is a leisure place with bars and cafes. It has casual European cuisine and pure Australian wine. Of course, not only that, there are also beautiful sunsets and sunset clouds that cannot be missed.


Address: 23 South Wharf Promenade, South Wharf 3006

9
The Great Ocean Road

How beautiful the sunset and sunset on the Great Ocean Road are, and how beautiful the Great Ocean Road is, I really don’t want to say more. As a Mocun villager, would anyone miss such a beautiful scenery?


The Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road are 240km from Melbourne~

10
Flagstaff Gardens

Melbourne's first public garden was built in Port Phillip Bay in the 19s. This is not only a place to commemorate the Australian pioneers, but also a leisure paradise where you can have gardens and sunsets at the same time.

Address: King St, West Melbourne 3003

Article reproduced from Melbourne Life Information

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