Melbourne Chinatown, Victoria, Australia

Chinatown // Melbourne // Australia Melbourne’s own slice of China is a hub for the local Chinese community, and is the focus for Chinese New Year celebrations and other festivities.

Melbourne! Fed Square-  so funky !!!

Melbourne, Federation Square with Flinders St Station in the background 17 min walk from crossley

just one of the fabulous cake shops on Acland St, St Kilda. My favorite place for a coffee and cake. Good times!

just one of the fabulous cake shops on Acland St, St Kilda. My favorite place…

Hellenic Republic #Melbourne had the most amazing meal and service here. And quite an adventure finding it . Greek food such a treat for us.

Hellenic Republic, Brunswick- our favorite Greek food stop back home, and near impossible to get a table.

Bonegilla Migrant Reception Centre Block  Fascinating

Bonegilla Migrant Reception Centre Block 19 by Kirsty M

Heart and Soul of #Melbourne The Queen Vic #Market  http://www.qvm.com.au/ The bratwurst rolls from the bratwurst shop are addictive. And the handmade macarons from the guy opposite are excellent.

Heart and Soul of #Melbourne The Queen Vic #Market http://www.qvm.com.au/ The bratwurst rolls from the bratwurst shop are addictive. And the handmade macarons from the guy opposite are excellent.

Amazing habbot leather shoes, designed in Melbourne & made in Italy. Best ballet flats - I love them !!!

Amazing habbot leather shoes, designed in Melbourne & made in Italy. Best ballet flats - I love them !

The price of the cabbage rolls - just $2.50 - was agreeable and the people in the busy kitchen looked like they knew what they were doing. So I ordered one. But it soon became obvious...

The price of the cabbage rolls - just $2.50 - was agreeable and the people in the busy kitchen looked like they knew what they were doing. So I ordered one. But it soon became obvious...

Lygon St was my first taste of Melbourne. Arriving in the city at the end of the 1970s, I was enchanted by the street of Greek, Italian and Lebanese eateries where the air was dense...

Lygon St was my first taste of Melbourne. Arriving in the city at the end of the I was enchanted by the street of Greek, Italian and Lebanese eateries where the air was dense.

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