Port Melbourne Foreshore
Last light illuminates the parkland and CBD beyond
Last light illuminates the parkland of Port Melbourne Foreshore and the CBD beyond (single image, warped)
The Norwegian car carrier ship is dwarfed by cranes in Port Melbourne dock at sunset
A fisherman lands his catch as the gulls circle for scraps. Visitors check out the sunset city view from above.
The historic Princes Pier contrasts the metal and glass city beyond
Currently Melbourne's tallest building, the Eureka Towers shine bright under golden sunset light
The 251m high office tower still stands as the tallest office building in the Southern Hemisphere. Completed in 1986, it continues to hold its place amongst newer designs.
Port Melbourne Apartments
Beach Street... by the beach
Apartment skylines fill the Port Melbourne waterfront. First Point road.
A fully laden container ship heads out from Port Melbourne docks
First Light Flag
Golden sunlight bounces off the Westgate Bridge at sunrise, illuminating the Australian flag above
Hearts of the City
A herd of hot air balloons drift gently over the city on St Valentine's Day, just as the sun pokes up over the horizon
Oil tanker passes under the Westgate Bridge at sunrise. The Reliance was built in Vietnam in 2011 and can carry almost 7000 tonnes of oil. It regularly travels to Singapore.
Oil tanker Axios docked at Exxon Mobil terminal on the Yarra River. This ship regularly travels between Melbourne and Singapore, via Newcastle.
Pre-dawn light at Stony Creek
The Golden Westgate Bridge
The pre-dawn glow lights up the Westgate Bridge on a calm Summer morning at Stony Creek Park
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The historic bluestone cobblestones contrast the ever-changing street art in Melbourne's best-known laneway
Owned by the nearby Movida franchise, this hidden bar finds its place amongst the ever-changing Hosier Lane street art
Green & Gold
Flinders St station lights up for Australia Day 2019
End of the VLine
The regional train service, V-Line, in Melbourne city's only diesel-friendly station, Southern Cross
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