About Ward
Ward Roberts was born in Australia, and after living abroad in Hong Kong for a number of years, he relocated to Melbourne in 1994. Ward graduated with distinction from RMIT university in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in photography.
http://www.wardrobertsphoto.com
Current city: Melbourne
Ward Roberts was born in Australia, and after living abroad in Hong Kong for a number of years, he relocated to Melbourne in 1994. Ward graduated with distinction from RMIT university in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in photography.
 
Its a very central to the city and its rarely filled with people. Birrarung Marr Park is a great place to hang.
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I really enjoy the dumplings here and hanging out with my friends. We have given the nickname 'Vagina palace' due to their choice of painting the walls pink.
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Milk Toast has the best muffins in Melbourne, they often sell out before 9:30am. My favourite is raspberry and chocolate if I can get one in time.
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Live music in Australia can be pretty expensive as bands have to travel a long way to get here. NSC has a lot of great up coming bands and they are more affordable then most other venues.
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Melbourne is famous for its cafe culture, graffiti and lane ways. Degraves street combines all these three things. Its nice to see some art thats in a different form.
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Probably my favourite place in Melbourne, its where I can get away from it all and watch the world go by from above. One could say its my happy place... But the location is a secret.
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