There is a diverse community living in Melbourne city with different groups of people working, studying and residing in the suburbs. These populations are a collective coming from various origins including China, UK, Italy, Korea, India, Cambodia, Somalia, New Zealand and other which also include students coming to study from around the world. Visitors to Melbourne can view the ten sculptures on the Yarra River at Sandridge Bridge which is a history initiative that has recorded Melbourne’s population history in the form of a series of glass panels. These master pieces of art celebrate the multicultural diversity in Melbourne dating back to the original indigenous inhabitants in Victoria to all the migrants that helped make Melbourne such a vibrant sought after city.
For those interested in the history of Melbourne should most definitely pay a visit to the Immigration Museum which is housed in the Old Customs House building which has been beautifully restored that exhibits all the details of multiculturalism as well as provides information on the original indigenous people that were displaced. The museum also displays the difficult times these multicultural communities experienced and one can also view the white Australian Policy of the 50’s and 60’s. Melbourne also comprises of a myriad of accommodation options such as serviced apartments and Melbourne boutique hotel where many cultures can come together in a supportive and safe environment. When visiting Australia you will be awed by the coastal area of Victoria and a visit to Wilson’s Promontory National Park is a must. The park provides a myriad of walking paths and covers fifty thousand hectares and shelters a wide selection of wildlife. You can also camps or stay in cabins where you will be surrounded by staggering beauty, granite mountaintops, secluded beaches, rivers, beautiful rock formations and lush forest. Encounter wildlife such as emus, echidnas, kangaroos, and an array of bird life. There are also a wonderful range of scenic trails from the Yanakie to the Tidal River settlement that is home to bush land and beaches. A diver’s paradise is the Wilson’s Promontory Marine National Park that features granite cliffs, deep reefs, and staggering underwater scenery. The smaller islands within the park house colonies of seals, penguins and sea birds.ds.
This breathtaking coastline has granite cliffs and mountains, rugged scenic islands, beautiful beaches and is largest protected marine area in Victoria with its large diverse marine life that includes leafy sea dragons, eastern blue groper, barber perch, red velvet fish and many other species which are all common to this area. Diver’s will have an experience like no other when you encounter the lace corals, technicoloured sponge gardens, sea fans and whips and sea tulips.