Princes Pier, Port Phillip

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Pier / Boardwalk · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Princes Pier is a 580 metre long historic pier on Port Phillip, in Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was known as the New Railway Pier until renamed Prince's Pier after the Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII) who visited Melbourne in May 1920.
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  • Pier with lots of history. Where the battleships docked that Brought Victoria's sons to Victoria back in the day. Great backdrop for photos.  more »
  • Great open spaces here right next to the beach. Nothing much to do apart from just soaking in the breeze and vastness of the waters. Great for a jog or walk to destress.  more »
  • One of my favourite places to shoot long exposure photography, can be very busy for this reason, lovely to stroll around the boardwalk. Great place to see the spirit of Tasmania departing and arriving. Toilets available, park one street back for free. Enjoy
  • This venues appeal depends on the weather on a nice day very pleasant. The restaurants have lovely views, though they are pricey. The fish and chip shop is good.

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