An easygoing mate chills with heritage, sunshine, wildness and coffee.
"See you on the steps!” If that confused you, you don't know Melbourne. Green dome tents over vintage mustard blocks, Flinder Station has been an iconic landmark since 1854. Listed on the Victorian Heritage Register, This 1st Australian railway station serves a 708 meters long platform. So please don’t meet at the platform. Under the arched entrance clocks, those steps are thoughtfully incorporated heater. You will never feel cold even waiting for long.
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Never have enough of cute toddlers, especially the tiny grey ones. No matter how many fishes they consumed, Little Penguin stays around 32 cm tall. Over 80 years, thousands of them split into many teams back onshore as night falls. 3.5 million guests visit Phillip Island Nature Park for this famous parade every year. If you want a close-up selfie with these little guys, ensure you knock their doors before the dusk!
Tourists rush attractions with a tight checklist. Traveler discovers perspective on the go. Winding along the southeastern coast of Australia in 243 km, Great Ocean Road is the world largest war memorial of WWI, connecting signature landmarks like Bells Beach, Aireys Inlet, Great Otway National Park, Lavers Hill, Twelve Apostles limestones, London Arch, The Grotto… And more to be discovered on your own. Traveler.
Found in Ethiopia, labeled in Italy, overdosed in America, only owned by Australia. Coffee runs in their veins. Anytime on timber, student rushes papers, entrepreneur brainstorm ideas, family enjoys brunch, grandpa walks a dog, mother breastfeeds her infant… beside the dripping Arabicas under the warm raw bricks. Caffeine penetrates every age and class better than social media. If Tinder couldn't tell if that hot one is single or not, ask the barista.