National Gallery of Australia
Next stop after Manuka Oval at your itinerary is the National Gallery of Australia. Witness the largest museum of Australia at the capital of the states. With over 1.6 lakhs of artwork the museum stands tall since 1982 and is a must visit. Might get a glimpse of your favorite cricketers at this classy palace.
Shrine of Remembrance
The next on our list for the day was the Shrine of Remembrance. It is considered to be Melbourne's most iconic landmark where the service and sacrifice of Australian men and women in war has been honored over the years. The Shrine is an elevated structure overlooking hectares of beautiful parkland.The Eternal Flame on the Second World War Forecourt symbolizes eternal life for those who have served.
Kidogo Arthouse and Art Institute
An art institute and an arts center, Kidogo is filled with emerging, as well as prominent artists of Fremantle. A great place to stop and ponder over the finer things in life (as art usually make you do). This art house is small yet displays some of the best artworks in the town. A seaside, relaxed town is bound to give birth to some freethinkers and artists after all!