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... Founded in 1835 initially by a few squatters from Tasmania, it was for a short while a sleepy pastoral hamlet, but within 15 years it all changed with the discovery of gold in the early 1850s. Almost overnight the hamlet was inundated by thousands upon thousands of people from all over the world. Over the next 10 years the population increased form 4,500 to 140,000. At that time Victoria produced 20 million ounces of gold - a third of the world’s total. The ...
... We viewed the 1861 Royal Exhibition Buildings, which were used as the Victoria State parliament buildings for the 27 years that the State legislature building served as the Australian capital buildings.
The tour included Carlton (home of the University of Melbourne), Lygon Street (Little Italy) and Fitzroy Park, where Captain Cook's cottage (5' 6" doorways) was relocated to from Yorkshire and ...
... are definitely artists in the making. We had a great Christmas day too and were delighted to find that both our Mums had sent us stocking to open on the day. Jude was also so worried that we would feel homesick that she cooked us a turkey alongside the usual seafood salad and bbq veggies which is the traditional Aussie Christmas lunch. All in all we had an amazing time and hope that one day Jude and Doug come and spend a Christmas in the rain with us in the UK, although we ...
... The vast selection of sea life included everything from sharks and giant stingrays to a saltwater crocodile and penguins and everything in between. This was also the first aquarium we have visited with a glass tunnel that leads you right through the shark tank. Very cool! The whole thing got us very excited about our trip to the Great Barrier Reef this fall! (Or this spring for all of you in the northern ...
... leg to Dubai and more to come... Feeling a bit tired and looking forward to premium economy - what ever that means. Well the cabin was nice and the seats a little bigger. The food and wine was very good too, but one of the things they don't tell you is that the top of the aircraft appears to be much noisier than the bottom of the aircraft, even with noise cancelling headsets there's a huge ...