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Visit the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne's most iconic landmark, where Victorians have been coming since 1934 to honour the service and sacrifice of Australian men and women in war and peacekeeping. Enter the Shrine and experience the quiet...more
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Awesome place to visit. This place not only is it an important and informative place but it is also a great area. This is awe inspiring and makes you stand back and reflect on life and think of all the people who have given their...More
My father's name is in the book of remembrance inside the Shrine, so it is a very special place to me. Also his RAF Squadron 10 has a tree with a plaque and we always go there Anzac Day. "Lest we forget"
RAF Sq.10 was...More
What am I talking about you might ask? How can that enormous Greek building dominating St Kilda Rd be a hidden gem? However, I am, of course talking about the wonderful museum hidden away beneath - it is well worth a visit.
Last here 25 years ago and although outwardly the edifice appears the same, the impact has changed somewhat over the years.
A vast array of peoples here on the Saturday afternoon we visited, and everyone will take away their own observations.
I don't recall seeing...More
Had a lovely visit to the shrine. Beautifully displayed museum underneath and very interesting. The gardens around are extremely well cared for. Really enjoyed spending time there. Not a place for small children. Prams ok etc.
It is a rare find in royal botanical gardens. It has unique Architecture and features. It looks like you are in Greece. There is observation running every half hour. You can climb up the stair to the balcony to see the Melbourne city and st...More