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7 Most Instagrammable Places in Melbourne

Melbourne has been featured in various travel magazines and websites, but most of the photos that we see were shot to promote a business or specific place. If you really wanted to see the real Melbourne, then the best way to do that is by browsing through Instagram. Through this social media platform, you can get a glimpse of images snapped by the locals and tourists who were really fascinated by the place and not by those who were paid just to take pictures of the area. If you are planning to visit Victoria's coastal capital and have no idea where to take some cool photos to post on social media, then check out our list of the Most Instagrammable Places in Melbourne.

Yarra River

Melbourne's Yarra River exudes charm and a vibe that is hard to ignore. Find time to stroll along the river where you will have plenty of great photo opportunities, or you can take a sightseeing cruise. The banks of the river also have paths suitable for walkers , joggers and cyclists. 

Hamer Hall

Looking for a premier and majestic setting for a wide range of local and international musical acts and concerts? Then head to the famous Melbourne Concert Hall, now known as Hamer Hall. Entering the venue, you may feel like you are being transported into a grand cave, deep underneath the city's streets. 

East Warburton Redwood Forest

Deemed as one of Victoria's hidden gems, the mystical East Warburton Redwood Forest holds about 1450 Californian Redwoods towering above, reaching high into the sky. Now Heritage Listed, stepping into this forest is like stepping onto the set of a fairy tale - beautiful and haunting at the same time. 

St. Kilda Pier

Offering a stunning view of  Port Phillip Bay, the St. Kilda Pier is another spot in Melbourne often preferred by walkers, runners, and fishermen alike. The pier also offers beautiful views of St. Kilda Beach to the south and is home to the St. Kilda Ferry service and St. Kilda Marina.

St. Kilda Beach

The St. Kilda Beach is cited as the most famous beach in Melbourne. Stretching about 700 meters from St. Kilda Marina to St. Kilda Harbour, it has become a favourite destination for water sports activities such as sailing and jet skiing. The beach is also home to the St. Kilda Sea Baths and St. Kilda Pier.

Royal Botanic Gardens

Situated at Birdwood Avenue, Melbourne Gardens at Royal Botanic Gardens is only a 15-minute drive in your reliable car hire from the city centre. Hailed as a world-class botanic gardens, this spot is another popular tourist attraction with more than 10,000 plant species. Find time to relax and breathe in the city's favourite green space.

Hosier Lane

Of course, no visit to Melbourne is complete without taking a walk down Hosier Lane. Get your camera ready while admiring the graffiti street art. Located between Flinders Lane and Flinders street near Federation Square, this famous street is well worth checking out.

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