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Princes Pier, Port Phillip

(4.4/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • So un inviting when .large ships dock here, in amongst industrial, and so hard to get anywhere from there, the parking is grap. Melbourne you need to up your game. This would have to be the worst in t...  more »
  • A very interesting place at Port Melbourne!! Sunset time is about 8:25pm that day, we went there at 8. Took lots of interesting pictures there! Sunset view is stunning at this spot! But right after su...  more »
  • What a beautiful place to unwind. Whether uts swimming, fishing or a stroll along the pier. Popular spot for photographers. Amazing sunset. 
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  • Great interpretive experience. Classic iconic photo spot for the current age. I personally preferred it as a working pier but great to see it still standing and not over developed as it was in danger of becoming.
  • I was amazed at how clean and we'll looked after it is. Three washer is so clear and there ia beach to swim. A lovely place so close to everything
  • Very relaxing spot with the pylons of the old pier making a great visual from the end of the new pier.
  • Great spot for taking photos, enjoying your day in the beach, good fishing spot. Close to restaurants
  • Love visiting this pier with beautiful views of the remnants of the original pier, and views of Port Melbourne Front Lighthouse and Spirit of Tasmania coming and going. Worth a visit, and a photographers delight