City Life Australia – Sydney and Melbourne



Asia Pacific's financial hub and most populous city in Australia.

Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge from Mrs Macquarie's Chair

The famous opera house performing arts center hosting over one thousand five hundred events per year. In the backdrop - the Sydney harbour bridge

Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge from Mrs Macquarie's Chair Lookout

Looking east from Mrs. Macquirie's Chair. One of the best places to see the opera house and the harbour bridge is from Mrs. Macquirie's Chair which is a twenty minute walk from the opera house .

wharf in Woolloomooloo Bay

A picturesque wharf in Woolloomooloo Bay which is an inlet into the city. The wharf is full of excellent eating joints

Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

The walk from Bondi beach to Bronte beach is a must do. Its one of the best coastal walks where you will see stunning views

Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach

Bronte Beach

Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk


Victoria's largest city, Melbourne is also a financial hub of Australia. It has been ranked as the world's most livable city since 2011 by The Economist  and is highly rated for education, entertainment, research and development, tourism and sport

Horse Carriage ride Melbourne

Flinder's street station

Flinder's street station is a central station in the heart of Melbourne city center and is a cultural icon of Melbourne

Mannequins in Queen Victoria Market


Melbourne bikes

Melbourne City tram

The city-circle tram is a convenient free ride for tourists to take a ride, hop on and hop off covering the major landmarks of Melbourne

Melbourne Comedy Festival 2015

On going comedy festival

Melbourne city at night

Melbourne at night and the Yarra river

Sunset from Eureka Tower Melbourne

Beautiful sunset overlooking the city of melbourne from top of Eureka tower


Cricket World Cup 2015 - Australia versus New Zealand at the iconic Melbourne cricket ground

Melbourne Cricket Ground Cricket World cup 2015

Australia on the way to yet another world cup triumph

With some References to Wikipedia




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