Textures, colours, surfaces, there is quite a variety at the rear of the main Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology buildings.
Lime electric bikes have arrived in Melbourne. Lime was in Auckland, then banned and now reinstated. It may have been electric scooters in Auckland rather than electric bikes.
Smoking inside commercial premises was banned in the 1980s. Why are there still these signs? Everyone knows you can't smoke inside and your outside options can be limited too and I would guess overseas travellers would even pick up that no one smokes indoors in Australia. Perhaps outside needs some explaining.
Most car and tram crashes are caused by cars attempting an illegal U turn in front of trams. To the right of the cars is a tram track and hello, you need to check your mirror to see if a tram is thundering along the tracks.
A wharf just east of Queensbridge Street I had never noticed before. In the mid ground is the old St Kilda and Port Melbourne railway bridge. The silver sculptures imperceptibly to me, move back and forth across the bridge.
You can pump your bike tyres up at Southbank Promenade, a shared space for cyclists and pedestrians with winners and losers.