ธันวาคม 2555

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Australia : Melbourne 1 : St. Patrick, Captain cook's cottage, Shrine of remembrance,

Who's let the Patty Out! lol

Hi friends,



เก็บเรื่องราว มาเล่า มาบอก สู่กันฟัง

Just woke up from the Airplane but I'm ready to go and find the imagination in other country..!!

Welcome to Australia .. in Love with me.

This is the second time to visit Kangaroos Land. Hope it's fun trip again. Melbourne Trip..

Naugthy again Bruun Bruun...Drive you crazy..

น่านนน แอบหลับง่ะ

ออกมาจากแอร์พอร์ตล่ะอย่างหนาว ก็เปลี่ยนเสื้อให้ยาวและหนากว่าเดิมหน่อย

เราไปเมลเบริน์ช่วงตุลาคม โหหยยย ปรับตัวไม่ทัน จากร้อนมาเย็น

อย่างที่เห็น มาถึงขนาดนี้แล้ว หลับก็เท่ากับเสียตังค์ค่าเที่ยวไปฟรีๆ

เอาให้คุ้มอย่าหลับ กลับมาหลับที่ประเทศไทยเอา ฮาา

Do not allow to sleep kraa!! It's mean you lose your money for sleeping on the bus la hehe.. Try to open your eyes as much as you can to see and explore.. See Aussy's life, culture, weather, architecture or people here.

น่าน มีรถไฟฟรเพื่อประชาชนด้วยล่ะเธอ

อยากขึ้นน่ะแต่กลัวกลับไม่ถูกอ่ะ เดี๋ยวโดนดุอีก ฮาา

ลงจากเครื่องคูโบต้าไม่ทันไร ก็มาถึงแล้ว...

Now we are at St Patrick's Cathedral

Angle under the sun..

is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, and seat of its archbishop, currently Denis Hart.

The building is known internationally as a leading example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture.  In 1974 Pope Paul VI conferred the title and dignity of minor basilica on it. In 1986 Pope John Paul II visited the cathedral and addressed clergy during his Papal Visit. 

The cathedral is built on a traditional east-west axis, with the altar at the eastern end, symbolizing belief in the resurrection of Christ. The plan is in the style of a Latin cross, consisting of a nave with side aisles, transepts with side aisles, a sanctuary with seven chapels, and sacristies.

Although its 103.6 metres (340 ft) length is marginally shorter than that of St Mary's Cathedral in Sydney, St Patrick's has the distinction of being both the tallest and, overall, the largest church building in Australia.

Can find more information at //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Patrick's_Cathedral,_Melbourne

Not so far from St. Patrick we took a van around 5 minutes to visit Fitzroy's garden where cook's cottage has been established there..

Cooks' Cottage (also known as Captain Cook's Cottage) is located in the Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, Australia.

The cottage was constructed in 1755 in the English village of Great Ayton, North Yorkshire, by the parents of Captain James Cook, James and Grace Cook. It is a point of conjecture among historians whether James Cook, the famous navigator, ever lived in the house, but almost certainly he visited his parents at the house.

In 1933 the owner of the cottage decided to sell it with a condition of sale that the building remain in England. She was persuaded to change "England" to "the Empire", and accepted an Australian bid of 800Poun, by Russell Grimwade as opposed to the highest local offer of 300 Pound.

The cottage was deconstructed brick by brick and packed into 253 cases and 40 barrels, for shipping on board the Port Dunedin from Hull. Cuttings from ivy that adorned the house were also taken and planted when the house was re-erected in Melbourne. Grimwade, a notable businessman and philanthropist, donated the house to the people of Victoria for the centenary anniversary of the settlement of Melbourne in October 1934. 

The cottage immediately became a popular tourist attraction.

In 1978 further restoration work was carried out on the cottage.

An English cottage garden has been established around the house, further adding to its period reconstruction.

Very few of the items in the house are from the Cook family, but all are representative furnishings of the period.

Can find more information at //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cooks'_Cottage

Fitzroy Gardens was named after Sir Charles Augustus Fitzroy (1796-1858), Governor of New South Wales (1846-1851) and Governor-General of the Australian Colonies (1851-1855).


The Gardens have a long history of over 150 years, few other capital cities can boast such a significant garden so close to the City's centre.

As crown land the City of Melbourne are the custodians to preserve and oversee this magnificent garden, visited by over 2 million local, interstate and international visitors each year, it is one of the major attractions in Melbourne.



Walking Matilda with me in the garden, very good weather yesh!!

Lovely garden.


After enjoy, run around the garden, taking many tons of photo till my camera said Oh too much!

After that we took the van visit the

Shrine of remembrance!

The big building behind us there! see it?

The Shrine of Remembrance, located in Kings Domain on St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Australia was built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war.

It is a site of annual observances of ANZAC Day (25 April) and Remembrance Day (11 November) and is one of the largest war memorials in Australia.

Designed by architects Phillip Hudson and James Wardrop who were both World War I veterans, the Shrine is in a classical style, being based on the Tomb of Mausolus at Halicarnassus and the Parthenon in Athens.

Built from Tynong granite, the Shrine originally consisted only of the central sanctuary surrounded by the ambulatory.

The sanctuary contains the marble Stone of Remembrance, upon which is engraved the words "Greater love hath no man". Once a year, on 11 November at 11 a.m. (Remembrance Day), a ray of sunlight shines through an aperture in the roof to light up the word "Love" in the inscription.

Beneath the sanctuary lies the crypt, which contains a bronze statue of a soldier father and son, and panels listing every unit of the Australian Imperial Force.

In 2002-2003 a Visitor Centre was built within the foundations of the Shrine. The visitor centre incorporates an education centre (including three classrooms and meeting room), an audio-visual centre, gallery space, a retail shop and an administration office, as well the Hall of Columns (in which the Changi Flag is on display) Gallery of Medals, entry courtyard and Remembrance Garden.

The walls of both the entry courtyard and Remembrance Garden have been built to complement the Ray of Light ceremony that takes place on 11 November of every year.

The Shrine went through a prolonged process of development which began in 1918 with the initial proposal to build a Victorian memorial. Two committees were formed, the second of which ran a competition for the memorial's design.

The winner was announced in 1922. However, opposition to the proposal (led by Keith Murdoch and The Herald) forced the governments of the day to rethink the design, and a number of alternatives were proposed, the most significant of which was the ANZAC Square and cenotaph proposal of 1926.

In response, General Sir John Monash used the 1927 ANZAC Day march to garner support for the Shrine, and finally won the support of the Victorian government later that year.

The Driver and Wipers

ไม่รู้จะเลือกถ่ายรูปกับหุ่นตัวไหนดี เลยเลือกเอาตัวที่สว่างๆล่ะกัน อิอิ

The foundation stone was laid on 11 November 1927, and the Shrine was officially dedicated on 11 November 1934.

Can find more information at //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrine_of_Remembrance









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