The Federation Square is located in the city center of Melbourne, Australia. It is located across Swansos St, opposite of Flinder Station. The square was inaugurated on October 26, 2002. It was built to celebrate the centenary of Australian federation. It made an international design competition to build the plaza. The architects of Lab Architecture Studio won for their design proposal which is characterized by uniting various elements and activities in one place reflecting the spirit of what a federation is. Independent organisms that combine to create unity. Among many things this place is popular for it’s shops. If you are planning to visit you should keep in mind that you may need to buy additional containers for everything you will want to take back with you. Luckily you’ll be able to find a wide range of stylish luggage.
Federation Square entrance
The Federation Square is one of the places you must know for its culture along with a variety of entertainment. In this square you will find lots of information for tourists, unique places to shop, eat and drink. It is a meeting place for tourists and Australian socialization. It is distinguished by the beautiful architectural buildings that surround it as well as bars, restaurants and where various events are held. In this place there are up to 2.000 activities annually.
Federation Square Melbourne
You can visit the Visitor Centre Federation Square where you will find information about all the events held in the city as well as places to visit and activities to take part in. The Square can accommodate up to 15.000 people and is the central point where all events are held.
Federation Square Shopping
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