What is colloquially known as The Domain is actually the Kings Domain, which is parkland along St Kilda Road in Melbourne.
There is Domain Road, where the number 8 trams travels and Domain Interchange, a significant tram transfer point. The Interchange was quite horrible and was replaced over Easter and is now much more attractive, and just as importantly, much more functional. Here are few photos taken when it had just been completed, not so much of the Interchange, but its context.
The curved building is The Domain, formerly an office building, BP House. It is expensive residential accommodation and it is no surprise that the residents were successful in stopping a tall building being built that would restrict their views, especially as there are politicians and some real high flyers who live there.
I can't believe how the new interchange has freed up the jam of trams that used to occur frequently.
While it is no longer used, especially as it is in a garden bed, this out of focus shows a Bundy clock, used to record the time of passing trams. The tram driver would jump off his or her tram and insert a a brass 'key' into the clock and turn it.
This building is way too tall and out of scale with the street, but new buildings around it are catching up in height.
Another very tall building under construction.
I have photographed and posted about this sculpture before, but I can't find the post now. It depicts a soldier carrying his wounded mate.