All The Beaches and Interesting Things About Melbourne

This city has a unique history that has been maintained through time. Even todays’ tourists can see all that beauty, art, poetry, history, and development just by looking around. Standing there you can feel all the stories of this town are just washing over you.

Isolated from the rest of the world, yet multicultural and rich in content, Melbourne is hard to beat in the competition for the best city in the world. From 2011 onwards, Melbourne has been named the best city in the world for living – every year. This city was actually supposed to be called Batmania, according to a man who discovered Melbourne Center John Batman (John Batman). During the “golden fever”, Melbourne was proclaimed the richest city in the world in 1880.

All the firsts

The first traffic light in Australia was set up in Melbourne in 1912 at the corner between Collins Street and Swanston (Swanston). The first pizza restaurant in Australia was opened in Melbourne in 1961. The restaurant still works. It is located in the Italian quarter. This is the Toto’s pizza chain of Naples. The first LGBT radio station in the world was worked out in Melbourne – Melbourne’s Rainbow Radio.

All the unique

Melbourne is full of restaurants and cafes. In the first place, we should mention the restaurant Colonial Tramcar. The restaurant is in a train that passes by the most important symbols of Melbourne. The world-renowned Australian beer Fosters Lager originates from Melbourne, dating back to 1888. Among the top six highest buildings in Australia, five are in Melbourne. Wand we all know about the so-called. “Black box”. But we do not all know that she was invented in 1958 by Dr. David Warren (David Warren) in Melbourne.

Top 5 most popular beaches

Melbourne is known for its phenomenal art scene, cafes, and restaurants. However, we should not forget about his beaches. Six kilometers (3.7 miles) from the center is the beach St. Kilda, where the moon-park is located. The beach is ideal for sunbathing and swimming. Eliud Beach is a 20-minute drive from the center of Melbourne. The beach is sandy and very popular among the local population. It is here for grilling, swimming, while along the beach there is a bicycle path.

We all know the postcard of a long colored beach and squeaky colorful wooden houses (a total of 82). It is actually painted on the Brighton beach. The beach is a 30-minute drive from the center of Melbourne. An hour’s drive from the center of Melbourne is the Mothers beach. The beach is sandy, it is characterized by charming nature, the smell of cypress and shallow entrance into the water. The beach is ideal for picnics, family gatherings, and barbecues. Beach Half Mun Bay is a 40-minute drive from downtown Melbourne. There’s a boat dock here. There are bathing areas, but they are reserved for experienced swimmers. Here you can spend the day fishing.