Melbourne was the capital of Australia

Post is written by admin on : 2019-08-09

A: Melbourne was the capital of Australia for around 26 years between 1901 and 1927. After this time it shifted to Canberra!

Melbourne is in the southeastern corner of Australia in the state of Victoria with a population of 5 Million. Melbourne is stylish, vibrant and well regarded as the cultural capital of Australia, offering fine restaurants, opulent bars, off-the-beaten track boutiques and a maze of hidden laneways. The Arts Centre Melbourne is a performing arts centre made up of theatres and concert halls, and is well worth a visit, while The National Gallery of Victoria, is home to Australian and Indigenous art. Outside Melbourne, there are many places popular with visitors: The Yarra Valley is a premiere food and wine region, Phillip Island – a famous penguin colony, and The Great Ocean Road – a magnificent coastal journey famous for The Twelve Apostles. Yes the state of Victoria has something for everyone – from sandy beaches to snow-peaked mountains, historic sites, spas, wineries, striking public spaces. Everywhere you turn there’s always something special to see and do in Victoria.

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