5 Incredible Spots To Watch The Sunset In Melbourne

Elaine Gabales
November 24, 2022
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Melbourne, Australia is one of the most beautiful cities on earth. With its gorgeous architecture and diverse culture, this city is sure to delight any visitor. You can visit Melbourne’s most famous spots such as the Flinders Street Station Victoria, or even watch an Australian sunset from the top of a skyscraper.

  1. St.Kilda Pier

What's a trip to St. Kilda without a sunset?

Whether you're in the mood for a stroll, a cycle, or a quick fishing trip, St. Kilda Pier is the perfect spot to watch the sunset. Here you can enjoy a relaxing outdoor activity while watching the sun go down.

The pier is located on the shores of Victoria Harbour, which makes for an unbeatable view of the city skyline. If you're looking for something more active than strolling along the beach, there are plenty of activities available for those who want to keep moving during their trip.

  1. Albert Park Lake

Albert Park Lake is a beautiful inner-suburban location in Melbourne that offers the perfect mix of parks, lakes and restaurants.

If you’re looking for an outdoor retreat with a view, Albert Park Lake is the place to be. The lake offers stunning views of Melbourne’s cityscape at sunset—the perfect way to kick off your evening.

  1. Half Moon Bay

You've probably seen a lot of amazing sunsets in your lifetime, but this one is going to blow your mind. It's from Half Moon Bay, in the Melbourne suburb of Black Rock.

Sit on the rocks at Half Moon Bay and watch the sunset over Port Philip Bay. The colors are just gorgeous, and there's nothing like seeing them slowly fade away as you enjoy a glass of wine (or two).

  1. Swan Street Bridge

Swan Street Bridge is one of the most iconic bridges in Melbourne. It stretches over the Yarra River in Richmond, one of the inner city suburbs of Melbourne. If you're attending any of Melbourne's many sporting events, Swan Street Bridge is very close to the MCG, the Rod Laver Arena, the Myer Music Bowl and Melbourne's Botanic Gardens.

This bridge has been known as one of Australia's most iconic landmarks.

  1. The Shrine

The Shrine is where both the ANZAC and Remembrance Day ceremonies are held as well as being home to an eternal flame. Located on the busy St Kilda Road, hop on a tram from Flinder’s Street Station and then sit and watch the sunset in Melbourne from this iconic Melbourne landmark.

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