Melbourne, Australia Photo Walk
Melbourne, Australia is a diverse and arts centric city with loads of creative energy. Within this travel photo walk you will find images from the neighborhoods of Fitzroy and the Melbourne CBD. The talent and amount of the graffiti/street art around the city is mind-blowing and very much on par with Berlin, Germany. On top of the street art and the alternative vibe of Melbourne, the coffee culture is fucking ridiculous. Melbournians have truly mastered coffee making along with creating the best cafe environment in the world. As if that wasn’t enough, there are also hotels (pubs) on nearly every corner of the city. As a food and drinks junkie, there is no way I could not love Melbourne! I was fortunate to call Melbourne, Australia “my home” for six months and I know I’ll be back some day, because the parma’s from Napier Hotel and daily happy hour at Grace Darling Hotel are still calling my name.
Below are a few pictures from Fitzroy Gardens, a beautiful tree lined park on the edge of the CBD.
The alternative neighborhood of Fitzroy
5 months of travel and we finally got our own room. Unpacking was enjoyable, along with a bed and hot showers. Life of a king!
My lovely photo assistant for the day.
The streets and alleys of Fitzroy/Collingwood
N. Lee Bakery in Collingwood. The best dam Vietnamese pork sandwich in the World.
Section 8 in Chinatown. A great hangout on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
One of the entrances to Chinatown in the CBD
Afternoon on Brunswick Street in Fiztroy
Melbourne is bike friendly. Not as much as the Dutch, but close.
More Fitzroy streets and alleyways.