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HISTORY: Edwardian postcard showing the corner of Swanston and Collins Streets, featuring the Melbourne Town Hall Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Suburbs, Melbourne Central, Van Diemen's Land, Australian Vintage, Historical Architecture, Historical Pictures, Melbourne Australia

Vintage Melbourne in Black & White

Historic Swanston Street in glorious black & white, from southern end to northern end. The early years. Part 1 King Edward VII Arch, one of many...

Victorian era Italianate mansion - Halcyon in St Kilda (Melbourne). Built for Annie Dudgeon in Architecture Design, Melbourne Architecture, Australian Architecture, Victorian Architecture, Residential Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Classical Architecture, Victorian Style Homes, Victorian Era

Halcyon - St Kilda

Halcyon is one of the few remaining Italianate mansions which survive in St Kilda today. Built in 1886 the mansion is in excellent condition and features an elaborate central tower decorated with Corinthian pilasters and festoons, a deep cornice, vermiculated quoins as well as a two level cast iron verandah.

Victoria is the most urbanized and second most populated in state in the Commonwealth of Australia. Victoria is bounded by Tasmania in the south, South Australia in the west, and New South Wales in the north. Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Australia Travel, South Australia, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Great Places, Arcade

The incredible Cole's Book Arcade

299 Bourke Street (second store and current street number) opened in 1883 Collins Street extension in 1906 Closed in 1929

The coral coast of Bundaberg offers a large variety of experiences for going to tourists and travelers. Its geographical place provides the ultimate access to the southern Great Barrier Reef's destinations. Melbourne Architecture, Australian Architecture, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Street, Exhibition Building, Australia Tourism, Rock Pools

Royal Exhibition Building - Melbourne

The magnificently detailed interior of the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne. Designed by perhaps the most accomplished 19th century architect in Australia, Joseph Reed, the building was World Heritage listed in 2004 and is probably the most important cultural building in Australia.

Royal Mail Hotel at the south-east corner of Swanston and Bourke Streets,Melbourne in Victoria (year unknown). Melbourne Girl, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Melbourne Australia, Lost Hotel, Australian Architecture, Famous Places, Best Cities, Historical Photos

Melbourne's Lost Hotels : Nostalgia Board - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Military March, passing Melbourne Town Hall, to the rear is Queen Victoria Building and others all demolished by Ron Walker for the City Square from onwards. Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Victoria Building, White City, Largest Countries, Historical Pictures, Urban Planning, Melbourne Australia, Tasmania

Vintage Melbourne in Black & White

Historic Swanston Street in glorious black & white, from southern end to northern end. The early years. Part 1 King Edward VII Arch, one of many...

A photographic portrait of Melbourne with eye-catching images that celebrate Melbourne’s street art, architecture and seasonal moods. Melbourne Tourism, Melbourne Australia, Melbourne Victoria, Victoria Australia, Elizabeth Street, Australian Homes, Old Building, Historic Homes, Old Houses

Melbourne Modernist

A photographic portrait of Melbourne with eye-catching images that celebrate Melbourne’s street art, architecture and seasonal moods.

‘Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne’ by Ánika Warren-Smith Places In Melbourne, Melbourne Travel, Warren Smith, Exhibition Building, Interior Design Institute, Australian Continent, 7 Continents, Melbourne Victoria, Amazing Buildings

Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne

Explore ánikawarren-smith's photos on Flickr. ánikawarren-smith has uploaded 69 photos to Flickr.

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Kamesburgh - Brighton

The grand Victorian Italianate mansion Kamesburgh, was constructed in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton in 1874. It was built in the midst of Melbourne's great prosperity during the years following the gold rushes which bought tens of thousands of people to the city and helped make it one of the greatest cities in the world.

Discover the world of Art Deco Wall Art throughout the streets of Melbourne, Australia, the art deco style used to display the work of the art deco artists Melbourne Art, Melbourne Australia, Art Deco Wall Art, Interior Design History, Art Deco Artists, Melbourne Victoria, Old Building, Historic Homes, Art Deco Fashion

Art Deco Wall Art Found In Melbourne

A world of Art Deco Wall Art found on the streets of Melbourne: what is it and where to find it