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Bonzle users have contributed 5 pictures of Maribyrnong:

Picture of / about 'Maribyrnong' Victoria - Maribyrnong1 - Maribyrnong (Contributed by: iandsmith  1064 pictures  )
Looking across to Anglers Tavern

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Picture of / about 'Maribyrnong' Victoria - Maribyrnong2 - Maribyrnong (Contributed by: iandsmith  1064 pictures  )
This 4 km loop walk is very popular for Melbournians and is included here because very few tourists will have done it and that's a bit of a shame for a few reasons, not the least being because it's a nice thing to do and you can get exercise doing it. If you can find Raleigh Road Bridge or Chifley Drive you'll be in the right area of Maribyrnong.
If you're in the CBD take the 57 tram out of Elizabeth Street and alight at stop 41 and you're there.
All along this short walk there are interpretive signs with lots of interesting information, the most dramatic being a record of the flood levels over the years.

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Picture of / about 'Maribyrnong' Victoria - Afton St Bridge3 - Afton St Bridge (Contributed by: iandsmith  1064 pictures  )
This is one end of the Maribyrnong River Trail

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Picture of / about 'Maribyrnong' Victoria - Maribyrnong4 - Maribyrnong (Contributed by: iandsmith  1064 pictures  )
Sculptures in one of the many parks by the river

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Picture of / about 'Maribyrnong' Victoria - Maribyrnong5 - Maribyrnong (Contributed by: iandsmith  1064 pictures  )
The Avenue of Honour is a part of the Maribyrnong River Trail and represents an era when values and beliefs were different to what they are today and, as such, makes for a fascinating historic record of times past. Old people such as myself will find the interpretive signs of much interest. The young will mostly pass on, disinterested by such a topic.
The avenue came about because of the Essendon League, a group of civic minded citizens who decided to plant a row of 12 cypress trees, part of their riverside beautification scheme, and name them after British Naval ships of WWI, nine of which were sunk in the Battle of Jutland.
The original plan to commemorate the locals who had fallen in battle became superflous when local council decided to have a Soldiers' Avenue in a different part of the city.
The original trees are no longer there though their stumps house the explanatory signs. Kauri trees, that last much longer, have replaced them.

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