Monday, January 5, 2015

Wish comes true at Brighton Beach, Melbourne

Travelling to Melbourne is one of my to do list in 2014!
And, visiting to Brighton Beach is one of my wishes if I have the chance to visit Melbourne.
When Lik asked me if I have any particular places I wanted to visit in Melbourne, the very first place that came into my mind was to see the colourful bathing boxes on the Brighton Beach. 
I always wanted to go there ever since I seen people posted beautiful pictures on their social media.
Glad that I have achieved both dreams in 2014! *clap hands*



This post is just gonna bloat up with many colourful pictures.
Do not say I never warn you in advance.
You should get a cup of coffee before you start enjoying the beautiful pictures! *hehe*


Brighton Beach is a beach-side suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
It is located only 11km from central Melbourne, along the south-east edge of Port Philip Bay.
We came here by driving, and the carpark is free of charge.
But, I trust you can come here by public transports like trams, trains and buses that run from central Melbourne to Brighton Beach. 


It was a lovely afternoon with blue sky, comfort wind, clear water, clean sand, and fresh air. 
What else can you ask for more?!


The striking colours of these boxes are really interesting as the colours bring the happiness to the visitors.
Don't get it wrong from the picture.
All the bathing boxes are being locked although we tried to open one of the box #7. *haha*



Brighton Beach is famous for the 82 colourful bathing boxes.
The different and unique boxes just make this beach so stand out!
The sporty design of bathing box is #63.



Each of the bathing boxes have their own unique iconic which made of weatherboard timbers, and corrugated iron roofs.
I looked extremely high in front of the complete red box #19. *mybirthdaydate*



Let's fly to the last #82 bathing box from box just #8.



Me and Lik feeling love in front of box #24. *sweetlove*



Box #27, with just simple green and blue colour.



My red outfit just fit the striking yellow and light blue of box #35.



I named this as pacman box, don't you think the graphic looks like a pacman head?
Here comes the box #38.



Box #41, like a rainbow box.



All these beach huts makes the entire place look so cute and lovely!
The #47 box!



Listening to the sound of splashing waves, and chill out with the sunshine for a day probably the best relaxing day after a long week of hard work!



If you come to Melbourne, make sure you drop by for a few pictures before leaving Melbourne.
Drop by box #66 to have the same shot like me! *feelinggreat*



To get the best shot of these boxes, I would suggest you get there in the late afternoon.
No hot sun while taking pictures, yet you can also enjoy the sunset over there.



It would be nice if you can bring your dogs to walk or run along the beach.
How nice if we can bring Zoi D for a walk here.
I am sure he must be extremely excited and happy running around!



it is a beautiful place that I will never forget about it!



Enough for the pictures? Yay or Nay?!



And yup, ending this post with a mixture of me posing in front of the 16 colourful bathing boxes!
Hope you enjoy the post.
I will see you guys again very soon!

2 comments:

Joan Luvfeelin said...

I miss here!! and you are so creative to take so many of them, haha!

Ivy Gan said...

Hi Joan,

It was actually quite tired for taking so many shoots with all the boxes. But after seeing the beautiful pictures, all the effort just paid off! Haha!