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  • 1. Melbourne
  • 2. Melbourne FlagThe Melbourne flag has 5pitchers one of them are acrown. There is a pitcher inthe top Left corner there is afleece hanging from a red ringa bull. The other one is a Cowand the other one is a Whaleand the other one is a Ship.
  • 3. How Melbourne got its name Melbourne was named in 1837 after the British Prime Minister William Lamb the 2nd Viscount Melbourne who resided in the village named Melbourne in Derbyshire. He was also the Prime Minister of England at the time of Queen Victorias coronation, so therefore it just might stand to reason thats how Melbourne, Victoria got its name.
  • 4. The founder of MelbourneMelbourne was founded on 30 August 1835 by thesettlers who sailed from Van Diemen’s Land(Tasmania) on board the schooner Enterprize. Theylanded on the north bank of the Yarra River, close towhere Customs House stands today and the placenow known as Enterprize Park.The Melbourne Day Committee was established tohelp correct the record about the founding ofMelbourne.
  • 5. The Melbourne map
  • 6. The MCGThe MCG Stands for Melbourne Cricket Groundthey play cricket, soccer, Ruby, the olimpicksgames and comawelf games.
  • 7. AAMI PARKMelbourne & Olympic Parks is located in the heart of Melbourneand in conjunction with the M.C.G. is collectively known as thesports and entertainment precinct.Melbourne & Olympic Parks is ideally situated for access bypublic transport and is readily accessible from any direction.Main entrances for all venues are located via Olympic Blvd(previously known as Swan St.) between Punt Road to the Eastand the Yarra River to the West.For major concerts and events public transport is recommendedas the most effective mode of transportation. A short walk fromFlinders Street train station via the William Barak footbridgeallows patrons and guests access to the City Entrance ofMelbourne & Olympic Parks.Parking throughout the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct isseverely limited. To avoid disappointment, patrons are stronglyencouraged to use public transport. Public transport servicestake you to the door of the Melbourne & Olympic Parksprecinct
  • 8. Melbourne AquariumMelbourne Aquarium is centrallylocated along the picturesquebanks of the Yarra River inMelbourne’s CBD. The aquariumoffers an unforgettable day out forthe whole family with great dealson annual membership and a fullrange of gift vouchers available.Check out the amazing displaysand exhibits every day of the year.
  • 9. Melburnian of the yearThe Collingwood Football Club, nicknamed The Magpies, is an Australian rulesfootball club which plays in the Australian Football League (AFL). Formed in 1892,the club traditionally represented the inner-Melbourne suburb of Collingwood;however it has now moved its training and administration base to Goschs Paddockand the Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Centre, at Olympic Park inMelbourne. In 2000, Collingwood moved its home games from its traditionalsuburban home ground, Victoria Park, to the much larger Melbourne CricketGround.Collingwood is the most supported club in the AFL and one of the most supportedclubs in any sport in Australia.[2][3] It has consistently attracted much higher thanaverage crowds to its home games than other clubs in the league.[4][5] In 1970,121,696 spectators watched Collingwood and Carlton contest the Grand Final, therecord attendance for a football game of any code in Australia. Collingwoodcurrently have the most members of any club in the AFL, with 71,516 as of July2011.[6] The total home crowd for Collingwood in 2010 was 695,816 at an averageof 63,256.[7]Collingwoods home guernsey consists of black and white stripes, matching thecolours of an Australian magpie.
  • 10. Slide 8 List a place in Melbourne include specialfeatures and pictures
  • 11. In this slide write about one of theMelbournian of the Year.Include a picture and why they receivedThe award.