Instagrammable places in Melbourne - Melbourne skyline at night - photo by Richard Ricciardi under CC BY 2.0
Melbourne skyline at night - photo by Richard Ricciardi under CC BY 2.0


There are several fascinating spots in Melbourne to easily fill your gallery. Here are some of the Instagrammable places in Melbourne that you can explore in your next trip:


Instagrammable Places in Melbourne – Brighton Bathing Boxes

Brighton is a seaside suburb of Melbourne that is famous for its bathing boxes dating back to the Victorian Era. These colorful wooden beach huts are definitely iconic and among the most photographed sights in Melbourne.

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BRIGHTON BATHING BOXES 🏖. First time at the beach and for this occasion we choose : Brighton Beach ! You’ve probably seen photos of the Brighton Bathing Boxes, 82 distinctive multi-coloured beach huts lining the foreshore of one of Melbourne’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. They were built more than 100 years ago and were used by women for privacy when changing into their swimwear. Today, these colourful timber boxes are for storing fishing gear, deck chairs and sheltering from the sun on a scorching day at the beach. And mostly, it became one of the most photographed spots in Melbourne. • 1ère fois la plage et pour cette occasion, nous choisissons : Brighton Beach ! Vous avez probablement déjà vu des photos des Brighton Bathing Boxes, 82 cabines de bain de toutes les couleurs, longeant l’un des quartiers les plus huppés de Melbourne. Elles ont été construites il y a plus de 100 ans et étaient utilisées à l’époque pour les femmes lorsqu’elles souhaitaient se mettre en maillot de bain. Aujourd’hui, ces petites maisons en bois sont utilisées pour stocker du matériel de pêche, des transats et des parasols. Et surtout, c’est devenu l’un des endroits les plus photographiés de Melbourne. . . ~ #brightonbeach #brightonbathingboxes #brightonbeachboxes #mouette #pasmal #marineaussiellevole ~ #lesaustralopitheques #🇦🇺

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Instagrammable Places in Melbourne – Coop’s Shot Tower

One of Melbourne’s historic structures, Coop’s Shot Tower rises under a conical glass roof.

Instagrammable Places in Melbourne – Eureka Skydeck

One of the best ways to enjoy panoramic views of Melbourne is through seeing the city from the Eureka While this observation is a sight in itself, it’s also a great spot for taking pictures with a panorama of Melbourne on the background.

Flinders Street Railway Station

At the junction of Flinders and Swanson Streets, one can find the Flinders Street Railway Station. Its domed Art Nouveau building is an impressive subject and backdrop as well.

Hosier Lane

Looking for street art? Find your way to this urban gallery in Melbourne.

Luna Park

Amusement parks provide plenty of Instagram moments. Luna Park in the St Kilda inner suburb of metropolitan Melbourne is one example. Opened in 1912, it remains a popular destination to this day. From its various rides to its intriguing entrance, it is certainly a place to visit.

Royal Arcade

Have a slice of an Italian atmosphere at Royal Arcade in Melbourne. The light-filled, elegant interior adds that touch of Italy to shops and cafes in the arcade. And don’t miss the Gog and Magog figures flanking its south entry.

Shrine of Remembrance

This classical style shrine has traces of the Parthenon and Tomb of Mausolus, making it an interesting inclusion in photographs.


St Kilda Pier

Strolling down St Kilda Pier allows you to take in the Melbourne skyline, as well as splendid views of Port Phillip Bay. The kiosk at the pier is also a stimulating element to include in photographs.

State Library Victoria

Bookworms are not the only ones interested in this library. The domed reading room of this 1856 Victorian landmark is undoubtedly Instagram worthy.

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#statelibraryvictoria #australia #sydney

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The Block Arcade

Arcades are fun places that spur pages after pages of Instagram stories. In Melbourne, The Block Arcade is one such destination. This late Victorian era arcade has an atmosphere of opulence, with its glass roof and mosaic floors.

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Today, I pretended to be a tourist.

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The Ian Potter Southbank Centre

Home to the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, the building has quite interesting designs inside-out to keep you snapping away.