My Top 5 Instagram Accounts: Melbourne & Victoria

Brighton Beach Boxes in Melbourne

There are so many great things to do in Melbourne and ultimately you’ll also want to be venturing further out into the beautiful state of Victoria, but it’s sometimes difficult to know where to start.  Here is a handy, quick-start guide to my Top 5 Instagram accounts to inspire you to get out and about in Melbourne and Victoria. There’s nothing like some great visuals to flick through while you drink your coffee and start thinking about some wonderful days out.

walking_perspective

Absolutely stunning pictures taken by photographer Jim Zapsalis, on walks in and around Melbourne, portraying all seasons and all times of day and night.  Jim decided he needed to walk more for health reasons and whilst doing so, rekindled his passion for photography and finds beauty in ‘the most unexpected places’.

oldvintagemelbourne

A great page with amazing old photographs of Melbourne, curated by Melbourne based artist Chris Macheras.  I particularly love the ‘’Then and Now’ collections.  If you’re interested in the history of Melbourne then this is one for you. Also check out the online store for some wonderful limited edition prints of Melbourne and other cities.

melbourneiloveyou

Stunning photos from Melbourne based photographer Chris Cincotta.  Chris has a website where you can find out more about his books, jigsaws, prints and walking tours. Also check out Chris’s Humans in Melbourne facebook page.

checkmelbourne

This page showcases ‘things to see, do, eat and buy in the World’s Most Liveable City!’  Speaks for itself really.  Great photographs on this page, with the added bonus of the #checkmelbourne link to more stunning pictures around Melbourne taken by other Instagramers.

victoriawalks

There are so many different ideas and a great deal of inspiration on here for getting out and about in Melbourne and further afield into our beautiful state of Victoria.  Also check out the website for heaps of detailed walking ideas, maps, itineraries and places to see.

Now it’s time to get off the ‘gram and get those walking shoes on!  If you are planning to drive in and around Melbourne, check out my How to Survive Driving in Melbourne guide. Enjoy.

A view of the Melbourne city skyline taken from Williamstown

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