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We always love the beautiful views of Melbourne, but our favourite time of day would have to be sunset!
Here’s a list of our 5 favourite places to see the sunset:
Connecting Southbank and the city, the Southbank footbridge is one of our very favourite spots to see the sun setting over the Yarra River. You can also enjoy a close up view of the Eureka!
St Kilda Pier
Stroll down the pier and feel that sea breeze while you wait for the sunset, then get snapping! Need we say more…
For us the only thing that can rival a great view is great food. So we can’t think of anything better than a delicious meal and a beautiful sunset view from the 89th floor!
There are plenty of super romantic park benches to sit on and enjoy the sunset through the trees.
Yes we are bias, but the Skydeck would have to be our favourite sunset spot. Come on, those unrestricted sunset views from above really do speak for themselves.
Come into the Skydeck and experience the sunset views for yourself!
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