Exploring Federation Square, Melbourne

the lord will make a way. | taken with Sony NEX-7

Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Hi travel junkie! I have heard so much about the Federation Square, MelbourneVictoria.

I took a walk around the lovely Federation Square, it is about 7 minutes away from my sweet room, and it is famous for its rich culture, historical buildings and amazing food.

Melbourne’s stunning city square, on the edge of the edge of the Yarra River.

Across the road from Flinders Street Station, Fed Square brings together a mix of leading-edge galleries, cinemas, award-winning restaurants, cafes and bars, events and festivals and grand public spaces to enjoy the most of Melbourne’s cultural and vibrant outdoor lifestyle.

Here’s what I saw:

a view from taxi kitchen. | taken with Sony NEX-7

rastaman chant. | taken with Sony NEX-7

go tell it on the square. | taken with Sony NEX-7

kinky reggae. | taken with Sony NEX-7

concrete jungle. | taken with Sony NEX-7

could you be love. | taken with Sony NEX-7

our wisdom. | taken with Sony NEX-7

running short away. | taken with Sony NEX-7

Federation Square is definitely worth a visit. I wish I had more time to explore and enjoy the delicious mix of old and new world sights.

And I wish I had a ride segway around here!

For more information, go to federationsquare.com.au.

A big thank you to Tourism Victoria and Tourism Australia.


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One Comment

  1. I went to Melbourne years ago and I loved Federation Square, I liked its modern architecture but also the yellowish old looking station building. I wish I could go back soon.

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