First posted June 2011
First posted 1st May 2007
Today is the monthly theme day from ‘Daily City Photoblogs” Today’s theme is to show a photo from your own city which may make visitors think they are in the wrong city. I have posted another shot of Geelong pier (a small city South West of Melbourne) which reminds me a lot of Brighton, England. There are several piers in Brighton, and I’m sure you could see some here at Brighton Daily photo.
First posted 3rd February 2010
Over Summer I went to Phillip Island, two hours South-East of Melbourne. The Phillip Island Motogp is run there each yaer in November. Adjacent to the circuit is a replica (one fifth the size of the real one) where you can race go karts. We had a ball over our twenty minutes, using one single kart and one tandem kart for two people. Full details can be found here.
First posted 6th November 2009
On the opposite side of Phillip island to Cat bay is Pyramid Rock. You will need to venture down a dirt road, but at the end is a walk which takes you here, Pyramid Rock. Each year in late December in the adjacent fields, the ‘Pyramid Rock Festival‘ is held. Find details about the festival and who is playing here.
First posted 2nd November 2009
The lovely stadium at the Queen Elizabeth Oval in Bendigo. The stadium is heritage listed. You can find information about it’s listing here at the Heritage Victoria website. It is found at 88 View Street, Bendigo. Building of the stadium started in 1901 (roughly the same year as my house in Williamstown).