Melbourne, Australia, is known for its multicultural heritage and mesmerising street art. Not to mention that it’s said to be the coffee capital of the world.
Here are of the best spots to watch the sun go down in Melbourne.
The Melbourne Star Observation Wheel is one of the highest lookout points in Australia to watch the sun go down. Take your choice of what kind of cabin you want to go up in. And once you’ve chosen, enjoy a slow night of 360 degree views of the sunset.
Melbourne Star Observation Wheel
The Boatbuilders Yard is a cafe and bar on the waterfront of the Yarra River. With both indoor and outdoor venues, and up to 20 guests per party.
The Boatbuilders Yard
Whether you’re in the mood for a stroll, a cycle, or a quick fishing trip, St. Kilda Pier is the perfect spot. Here you can enjoy a relaxing outdoor activity while watching the sun go down.
St. Kilda Pier
Take the fastest elevator up to the 88th floor of the Eureka Skydeck for stunning sunset views. This luxury building offers you a 360 degree view to fully soak in the sunset from all angles.
Eureka Skydeck 88
If you’re looking for a cute date idea, this garden offers you romantic park benches surrounded by rose gardens, to enjoy watching the sun setting through the trees.