Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
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Buildings

Building Photography in Melbourne is truly a pleasure. Melbourne’s architecture reaches back to the late 1800s through to modern skyscrapers that are still under construction.

From a height point of view the standout is Eureka Tower. The tallest building in Australia (to roof) and for a time it was the tallest residential building in the world. You can see Eureka tower as the hero of the photography ‘Southbank from Transport Hotel’ in our Skyline Portfolio. Other notable skyscrapers in Melbourne that have all held the title of Australia’s tallest building include 120 Collins St, 101 Collins St, (held the title for less than a year!) and Rialto Tower.

But don’t be mistaken. Building photography isn’t all about skyscrapers. The feature image on this page is of the kiosk at the end of St Kilda pier. You’ll also find an image of the grand old Werribee Mansion, which was one of Victoria’s most stately homes until it became a Christian Seminary for 50 years. The mansion and surrounding area (Werribee Park) was purchased by the Victorian State Government in 1973. It became a tourist attraction in 1977.

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At Badrock Photography Melbourne we value our prints as the cornerstone of our business. A specialist printer in South Melbourne does all our prints. We understand mini-labs can be fast and economical, but the quality we expect and want to give to our customers needs to come from professional printing.

Contact us via our contact page to purchase one of our city and architecture photographs.