I have done a number of rides in Melbourne. These are some of the sights from those rides.
The Melbourne City Baths first opened in 1860, with swimming pools and bathing facilities. It continues to provide health and fitness services to the community. It has the largest swimming pool in the Central Business District, as well as a gym and a fitness studio.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is in Federation Square.
RMIT University was founded in 1887. The main campus is in the city centre.
Ned Kelly was an Australian bushranger, outlaw, gang leader and convicted police murderer. He is best known for wearing a suit of bulletproof armour during his final shootout with the police. He was held in the Old Melbourne Gaol prior to his execution in 1880.
The State Library Victoria was established in 1864 as the Melbourne Public Library, making it Australia’s oldest public library.
Flagstaff Gardens is Melbourne’s oldest park, first established in 1862.
The wrought-iron balcony became one of the major features of Australian residential architecture from the mid-19th century.
I also did some rides along the Port Philip Bay beaches.
This is St. Kilda pier.
Breakfast was at The Brown Cow in Hampton.
Beach views on the way back to Melbourne Central.