Best Western Flinders Cove Motor Inn

32 Cook Street, Flinders, Mornington Peninsula, 3929, Australia
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Air-fare from Melbourne airport to Sydney

by wonglaipeng

Three of us, adult ladies will be going to Melbourne for 2 weeks from early to mid May 09. Planning to visit Sydney for a few days as well during the 2 weeks period. Would like to know the air-fare from Melbourne to Sydney (to & fro). It would be great if any of you could also name a few budget lodgings + price for back packers in Sydney just for a couple of nights stay.

Re: Air-fare from Melbourne airport to Sydney

by pedroswift

Suggest you check Webjet :http://travel.webjet.com.au/webjettsa/home.aspx?EntryPoint=Flight
for the exact legs/dates to get a comparison between the alternative airlines. Be aware that some of the cheaper airlines fly to Avalon Airport instead of Tullamarine in Melbourne.

Re: Air-fare from Melbourne airport to Sydney

by npamo

Try checking out www.virginblue.com.au and jetstar.com.au to check out budget fares for the dates you may want. Also, take note about the airports the planes will be leaving/arriving in Melbourne when choosing which airline to take.

If you want to be more adventurous and some time to spend, why not try the two-week backtracker pass where you get to travel from Melbourne to Brisbane and make as many stops as you want within the two week period. Check out http://www.countrylink.info/travel_passes/backtracker_pass for more details.

We did it last 2005 when I was still studying at the University of Queensland. We were able to get free return train tickets to Blue Mountains and to Bondi Beach. You also get a day tripper ticket which you can use for trains, buses and ferries around Sydney.

Re: Air-fare from Melbourne airport to Sydney

by aussirose

Also have a look at www.flightcentre.com.au. It will show you a comparison in prices.

Travel Tips for Melbourne

Strega Ristorante...

by jmaros

Strega Ristorante Italiano
(Crown Casino Ground Level)

You can look at this fountain from the restaurant.
The water comes from the fountain randomly, and
if you are lucky you can walk through without getting wet.
There are other high rectangular shaped fountains,
from which the water comes down outside, and in the evenings the gas burns on their tops. Randomly there is a sudden increase of the flame, so that you can feel the heat of it.

Melbourne is not a city of...

by ombre

Melbourne is not a city of theme parks and the only real one is the some what dated
luna park in St.kilda .its free to get in and the kids seem to have fun so if your in the area its not bad to loo around but I would'nt go out of your way to visit other wise.

Coffee makes the world go round

by fishandchips

When in Melbourne be sure to take plenty of time out for coffee and the accompanying danish, muffin, bagel or whatever you fancy. There are squllions of options from cafes in the department stores to grungy spot in the back streets - all serving a good cuppa (esp the grungy spots!!).

The MCG: The People's Ground

by Marpessa

Any sports fan has to go to the MCG if you come to Melbourne. Despite being called the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) this ground has hosted many great sporting events! Yes, cricket being one of them, AFL (Australian Football League) - where the Grand Final is played every year, rugby, soccer/football (where in May '06 Australia defeated Greece!), International Rules (hybrid sport of AFL and Gaelic football).

In 1956 Melbourne hosted the Olympic Games and the MCG was one of the sporting venues. This year it was used for the Commonwealth Games. It was also used as a venue for soccer/football for the Sydney Olympics in 2000. In fact the first game of soccer was played before the official opening of the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, so before the first match at the MCG, there was a smaller 'unofficial' opening ceremony with singers and a stadium full of dancers (which I am proud to say that I was one of!).

The MCG has recently had its seating capacity increased and at this years Grand Final (West Coast Eagles defeating the Sydney Swans by 1 point!) there were 97,431 people in attendance - can you imagine what sitting in a crowd like that would be like? Amazing! (The seating is on four different levels)

To check out the MCG tours are run on all 'non-events' days (ie, when there aren't any matches on) between 10am-3pm. For more information check out the website below.

This is a great part of Melbounre's/Australia's history and I think anyone interested in sport should go here, either for a tour or preferably for a match. In winter: coat, scarf of your teams colours (if watching AFL).

In summer: hat, sunscreen and a bottle of water.

If you have a day to spare,go...

by Juan_Sng

If you have a day to spare,go to the Great Ocean Road.It's one of the most magnificent scenery drives in the world. There's lots of tour companies,but the one I took and recommend is called Go west Tours.
The guide is really humurous and gives good commentary along the way. Tour starts from abt 9a.m to 7p.m. Pretty long compared to other companies
And free pick-ups from certain hostels. All for $54.

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 Best Western Flinders Cove Motor Inn

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Address: 32 Cook Street, Flinders, Mornington Peninsula, 3929, Australia