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Elizabeth is a Melbourne blogger who writes about art & photography, fo...

 
Look from my eyes, feel from my heartLook from my eyes, feel from my heart

This blog revolves around the life of a simple girl who hopes to see change...

 
Melbourne Daily PhotoMelbourne Daily Photo

Melbourne is my city and I want people to see what a beautiful place it is....

 
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Original photography and youtube music

 
Melbourne TodayMelbourne Today

Daily photos of Melbourne, Australia

 


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Do you have an obscene amount of money? Are you also inexplicably obsessed with bowling? Then boy are you in luck, because a bowling alley in Melbourne, Australia has popped up that will set you back at least A$10,000 ($7,691) for a mere three hours-...

People sure do love their novelty-themed bars and restaurants. After the successful launch of a Curb Your Enthusiasm eatery and a Seinfeld-themed cafe, the city of Melbourne, Australia, is now being treated to a Harry Potter pub, because if there's o...

Guess nobody on the news team speaks Greek, huh? A cheeky cab driver who was out on the street protesting changes to taxi licenses in Melbourne, saw the arrival of a news crew as the perfect opportunity to exercise some creative dissent.  So the...

The Williams-on-Williams final at the Australian Open Saturday was quite the event. Not only did Serena Williams beat her sister Venus to secure an open-era record for Grand Slam singles titles, she also reminded us of the power of sisterly love....

When Bob Jones performed one of Victoria's first liver transplants in 1988, he could not imagine that 29 years later he'd be talking about artificial intelligence and online dating. Jones is the director of Austin Health's Victorian liver transplant...

Frank Vitkovic (1965-1987) was a 22 year old Australian man. He was born to a Croatian father and an Italian mother, and grew up in West Preston, one of Melbourne’s proud working class suburbs. He attended Redden Catholic College in Preston then st...

My father was demobilised in Dec 1945 and returned to Melbourne without any savings. Unable to buy a house of their own, my parents postponed having babies, lived with my grandparents and then rented a rent-controlled flat from a cousin.By 1946 the D...