Lifestyle Apartments At Ferntree Melbourne

1 Station Street, Ferntree Gully, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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avalon airport

by kevinandjan

Hi guys,can anyone help me,i am visiting Melbourne after a twenty year absence,im landing at Avalon airport.what is the best way to get from there to the city by public transport.Also is Lygon st still the best place to eat.Thanks guys in advance. Kev.

Re: avalon airport

by ssatssatssat

Hi Kev/Jan, Avalon has busses to the city, but there are so many great places to eat...depends on your taste. Suggest Victoria street Richmond for Asian food....welcome back!!!! Sean.

Re: avalon airport

by ssatssatssat

Hi Kev/Jan, Avalon has busses to the city...eating depends on taste...suggest Victoria st Richmond for Asian food....but Carlton is still ok too.Welcome back!!! Sean.

Re: avalon airport

by buffybird

Check out for information from avalon to melbourne.

Welcome back - Heather

Re: avalon airport

by thedouglas

This link gives you the facts re the Avalon transfer

I'm no Melbourne expert, but I do visit there often as my daughter lives there. Certain areas seem to specialise in various cuisines - eg. Lygon for Italian, Victoria Street Richmond for Asian, Sydney Road for Middle Eastern etc. No shortage of great restaurants there though!

Re: avalon airport

by sirgaw

As others have siad, there is a bus service from Avalon to Southern Cross Station (used to be called Spencer Street Station). Operates by Sun Bus and the fare is about $14. Sadly there is no connection to nearby Lara rail station from Avalon. Taxi is $90 - 110 to the city.

Lygon Street is not as good as it used to be, but there are eateries all over Melb, so you won't go hungry.

Enjoy the trip back.


Re: avalon airport

by kevinandjan

Thanks guys looks like the web site is what i was looking for.Good to see sydney rd eateries are still a go,i used to frequent a Turkish resteraut there called Alishas,one of the things i miss about moving to Brisbane is the Melbourne resteraunts.Catch you there.Kev.

Re: avalon airport

by sirgaw

>i used to frequent a Turkish resteraut there called Alishas,

There's now 2 of them. A selection of their little entrees is a GREAT meal together with a basket of hot Turkish bread.

Travel Tips for Melbourne

powerful seas

by willy_wonka

i had seen all the pictures, watched the documentaries and the like, but nothing could prepare me for the sheer power and beauty of the sea along the great ocean road.

forces of nature producing weird rock formations, waves that crash onto cliffs... it was better then seeing it on tv thats for sure!

i always loved geography at school, and learning about erosion and weathering and the like. finally seeing it for real was a great experience!

St Augustine's Catholic Church...

by Ronald_T

St Augustine's Catholic Church is located at 631 Bourke Street and is one of the oldest churches in Melbourne. The bluestone beauty has been the backdrop for many weddings and baptisms. Their garden provides tranquillity amidst the concrete jungle and is a popular lunchtime venue for city workers. The anchor and plaque in the gardens marks the link the church has with seafarers. St. Augustine's is the centre for Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Melbourne and their offices are located in the former schoolhouse adjacent to the church.

Business Fashion or Reservoir Dogs Audition?

by ATXtraveler

One of the major changes in attitude that I faced moving from Austin, TX to Melbourne is the difference in business fashion. People have mentioned to me that Melbourne itself is so much more formal than any city in Australia, and you can definitely tell just by the time and effort people put into their business attire. My first week here, I actually thought it was like a big movie set, where they were filming a sequel to the 1992 dark movie by Quentin Tarrentino 'Reservoir Dogs'.

Recently I took a quick snapshot of a few of my co-workers walking down the street....sure enough, it looks just like the cover of the movie!

Don't believe me... click on the link!!

Check out a footy game at the "G"

by wanderingaussie

Visiting Melbourne and not checking out a game of "Aussie Rules" at the MCG would be like going to Rome and not visiting the Colesium. Aussie Rules football is the closest thing to a home grown religion in Melbourne and going to a footy match at the MCG (affectionally referred to as the "G") is akin to making a pilgrimage to Mecca.
Australians in general are a sports crazy bunch, an especially so Melbournians.

Royal Botanic Garden

by paoseo

The garden was founded in 1846 and it extends over 38 hectares. There are more than 50.000 plants representing almost 10.000 differents species from every part of the earth.
Beside the garden there is the national Herbarium of Victoria, founded in 1853 and considered as the oldest scientifici institution in Victoria.It is alos renowned for its research into plant systematics, taxonomy and biodiversity.
It is totally free,even if I suggest to pay the 4 dollars and something for the guided tour. I run after a lively lady who made the group I joined running veeery fast!She explained us all she could and showed all we asked to see.
It opens at 730am and closes at 530pm from May to August, at 6pm in Aprile, September and October and at 830pm from November to August.


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