Some of Melbourne's most iconic locations are having protective bollards installed as anti-terror security measures spread beyond the Melbourne CBD. St Kilda's Luna Park is the latest Melbourne landmark to be surrounded by the grey concrete bollards that have become ubiquitous throughout the city.
They have also been placed on the St Kilda foreshore and outside the newly renovated Palais Theatre, with more to come along the Esplanade and at South Melbourne Market.
The security measures will cost the council several hundred thousand dollars. Read the full story in The Age