The final leg of AU travel diary is all about my most favorite part – seeing KANGAROOS and KOALAS up close. Big shout-out to Ms. Darlene for taking us to a day tour at Kyabram Fauna Park.
Melbourne tour wouldn’t be complete without getting to see everything (literally) from above! Eureka Skydeck 88 is one of the most visited attractions and boasts of breathtaking 360-degree view of Melbourne’s structures and landmarks from its 88th floor. Yes, you heard that right. With a height of 984.3ft, it is also regarded as the highest public vantage point in Southern Hemisphere.
Our Melbourne tour was full of wandering around and taking lots of photos because every corner was instagrammable. We stopped by the huge Victorian-era building and I thought it’s an old museum or art gallery but I was wrong in all sense – it’s a shopping centre! Mind you, it’s not an ordinary shop because, hey, it’s H&M! Imagine my astonishment when I saw the banner!
As mentioned on previous Melbourne post, we weren’t able to make it on Queen Victoria Market’s trading hours on our first visit thus, we headed the next day. Bonus: you, my dearest readers, mean so much to me and I hope I’m being a good blogger now (LOL) as I noted the detailed trading hours of Queen Vic which you may find below.