Best Western Cathedral Motor Inn

96-102 High Street, Bendigo, Victoria, 3550, Australia
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NPD

by Nisala

My self and my family will be traveling to Melbourne in August for 6 days stay and going to Sydney via car. This is our first visit to Australia. Can anyone pls help me on following -

1. Recommendation on Serviced Apartments in Melbourne (for 2 adults and 2 kids age 9 and 11y)
2. Recommended hotel / apartment for one night stay while traveling from Melbourne to Sydney (preferably place in halfway through)
3. Recommended Car Rentals

Thank you in advance.

Re: NPD

by sirgaw

1. Try Quest Apartments - http://www.questapartments.com.au/page.Quest_Serviced_Apartments__Victoria.html - they are all over Melb and suburbs. Never stayed in any of them as I live here, but people I've spoken to seem happy with the services..
2. basically there are 2 different routes between Melb and Syd - the quick way is the Hume Highway and much of it is divided freeway. Major truck route and can be done straight through in about 11 hours. Not all that much to see along the way unless you detour. The halfway point is close to Holbrook in NSW and apart from a few motels, there really isnt much there. The other way is via the "coastal" highway (not that many views of the ocean). More spectacular and many choices of accom along the way. You could do that in 2 days, but 3 would be better.
3. Major car rentals - Hertz, Avis, Budget and many more. Check out http://www.carrentals.com/ and you can compare prices.

Enjoy Oz

Re: NPD

by sirgaw

Should have added that there is a 3rd way and that's through the high country - maybe have a look at snow and this year is quite a good snow season.

Re: NPD

by animesh_joshi

1. It depends on where you're staying in Melbourne. If you're in the city then there's very good serviced appt on Spencer street between spencer st. flinders st. cnr and spencer st. La trobe st. cnr. Staying in the city is a plus as you can walk to major city attractions and save on taxi/car hire as public transport is awesome.

2. Check out expedia.com.au

3. Thrifty and Budget have awesome deals.

Re: NPD

by margsch

There is a chain of Oaks apartments, I stayed at Oaks on Collins, central and easy walk from Southern Cross station, where the shuttle from the airport stops. I would do the apartment thing before getting the car if at all feasible, some places charge a lot for the parking. Look at the website wotif and add "kitchen" in the menu selections, that way only apartments will show up. The map can also be seen so that you know where the apartment is.

Travel Tips for Melbourne

Visit during April and laugh...

by steph_78

Visit during April and laugh lots at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival

and

Eat! We have some of the best restaurants in Australia. Try St Kilda, Fitzroy or some of the cafes and restaurants in amongst the CBD. the familiarity of it all. Melbourne is the 3 c's.. cosy, compact and believe it or not, fairly cosmopolitan. It doesn't have the glitz of Sydney but it really is the place to come to have a good time - whether that's food, drink, pubs, clubs, arts.. etc.

Queen Victoria Market

by seagoingJLW

The "Queen Vic" was opened in 1878, but the meat market building has been in operation since 1866.

On Wednesday nights from November to January there is entertainment, bars, food outlets, arts and crafts, masseurs, camel rides, tarot card readers and crystal ball readers. It is a real bazaar.

To get here catch any tram riding north on Elizabeth or William Street.

This photo was taken from the top of the Big Red Bus/

The Age Newspaper

by aberacadabra

The Age is the local broadsheet, and in these days of maximising corporate profits, they've resisted the temptation to go tabloid like the former broadsheet the Courier Mail.
I've always enjoyed reading The Age for its insightful perspectives and its quality of journalism is undoubtably one of the best in Australia. Their international news section do regularly carry reports and editorials that the BBC had not yet touched on which is why I like The Age. Even now that I'm based in Brisbane, I still read The Age online on a daily basis as not every newsagents interstate sell newspapers from other cities due to the high cost of transporting them overnight. But still, the online version is adequate to catch up on what's happening.

Packing List

by AussieKitten

Backpack, satchel and shoulder bags are good when moving around the city. Winter can be cool and wet, so bring warm gear and waterproof jackets, whereas summer can be very hot, reaching 42C (100+ F), so bring light gear. Either way, it is best to bring a bit of both clothing, as nights can be chilly. Comfortable walking shoes, sandals, runners, and sturdy boots are worth taking if planning to be active. Remember that Australia uses 240V, so if you are from an overseas region that uses less, you will need a convertor and adaptor to use any foreign appliances here.

Great Ocean Rd

by leffe3

OK - so its a very long way out of Melbourne for a true 'off the beaten path' but all visitors to the city make a bee-line for the Great Ocean Road, one of the most spectacular coastlines in the world.

Head SW out of the city to Torquay (or thereabouts) and just simply drive west - its simply stunning as the road hugs the coastline. Pass through Aireys Inlet, Lorne (the most populated town on this stretch of coast), Apollo Bay and on to Port Campbell for the most spectacular part of the coast (12 Apostles - part of which featured in the photo) and on to Warrnambool, keeping an eye on the road and out to sea, where you may catch a glimpse of schools of dolphins or the odd solitary whale.

(See separate pages - Lorne, Apollo Bay, Port Campbell)

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 Best Western Cathedral Motor Inn

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Address: 96-102 High Street, Bendigo, Victoria, 3550, Australia