Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Get Styled at Melbourne

If planning to get an Australian Visa for a travel and leisure trip, one place not to be overlooked should be Melbourne. Getting a travel visa for a visit would be less meaningful without visiting the shopping capital. Whether you are heading to the nearest embassy for an Immigration visa or an Australian Visitor Visa, better check out what Melbourne has.

From haute couture or vintage clothing, Melbourne offers the best shopping and night life in Australia claiming the prestige of a style -setter.

It has an inborn beauty with a combination of spectacular combination of the new and old architecture, it is hardly not surprising that it gets a share of the most visited sites in Australia. The elegant landscapes, ethnic communities harmoniously living and lavish park and gardens, the city has a bounty of enlightenment as a most livable city in the world.

Known to be the second largest city in Australia, it is located on a coastal plain at the top of the famous giant horse shoe shaped Port Philip bay. With its site in the southern coast of Australia, it is the country's most cultures and politically conservative city. The capital state of Victoria has a pride heritage of Victorian -era architecture. The line of museums, theaters and art galleries evidences the preserved heritage. The blending of cultures results to the multicultural 3.5 million population.

Visiting Melbourne attaches with it the identity of a stylish and shopping capital from the rest of Australian cities. It has been famously know for decades. Whatever a visitor wants, Melbourne has it all. From the large department stores to shopping centers, each corner reveals a shopping space for a shopping spree.

The fashion taste is flexible. It caters all taste whether on a tight budget or down to the trendy designer chic outfits. An ABC to Z of fashion names are all there. The shopping stalls open mostly at seven days and closes late at 9pm on Fridays. Shopping hours from Mondays to Thursdays run from 10am to 5pm.


One of the most famous shopping center is Sundays Market at the Arts Center. It is not an ordinary market as one thinks, it is more of it. It showcases over 150 stalls of Victoria's finest artisans' work. Each stallholders are selected after passing strident examination for the quality and diversity of their work. Going around the market, one could see leather wear of distinctions taken from kangaroo, crocodile and sea snakes. At work can be found everywhere, whether in canvas, metals or textile.

The Queen Victoria prides also with its 1,000 stalls that sells almost everything. It is named as Melbourne shopping mecca. From meat to shoes to pets and travel goods, name it.. it has everything.

The Royal Arcade should not be overlooked. Built in 1869, it is the city's oldest shopping center, maintaining it airy and graceful ambiance despite many alterations.

The grandest shopping arcade built in 1891 is the Block Arcade. It features high ceiling murals and mosaic floors. The arcade is patterned to those of Paris and London or even Milan, France.
d on those of Paris, London and Milan.

It is undeniable that visitors visit and revisit the place, getting Australian Electronic Visas or merely Australian Travel Visa just to see the place. With more of Melbourne's shopping and stylish centers, it claims to be fashion city. Blended with the natural sceneries and stylish comforts, one could not deny how breath taking Melbourne is.... it is naturally borne to be beautiful.

by: Myrthle L. Guimbatan-Robillos

1 comment:

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