Miami Hotel Melbourne

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

13 Hawke St., Melbourne, Victoria, 3003, Australia
Miami Hotel Melbourne
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1 day wineneries tour

by tracyskf

Does anyone have any good experience with any tour company for a 1 day wineries tour (Yarra Valley)? During winter, do we get to see much?
Thanks! =D

Re: 1 day wineneries tour

by lynnehamman

Hi Tracy

The Gray Line do tours to Yarra Valley. Depending on the dates, the buses run as follows:

October 1 through March 31 -DAILY (COST PER PERSON A$161.00)
April 1 through Sept 30 - MON WED FRI & SUNDAY

Departs 10am- returns 5.30pm (tour number is 344 )

Lunch & winetasting included in cost.
Yarra Valley is a pretty area,passing through Blue Dandenong Ranges, Ferntree Gully and Sherbrooke Forest (well know area for bird lovers)- a lovely drive. It will be cold, but worthwhile seeing.
Can be booked online at

Re: 1 day wineneries tour

by cafank

I booked friends on a wine tour with the Australia Wine Tour Company (they also did the balloon flight) everyone had a great time.

We also looked at the Yarra Valley Wine tours and they looked OK too - but the balloon flight won out in the end. You do need a couple of alternate dates for this one tho in case the balloon cannot fly on the selected date.

There is some pretty scenery around the area and the wineries themselves are lovely.

Re: 1 day wineneries tour

by AllOverRover

Highly recommend the Australian Wine Tour Company. Have done two day trips (ie - the one day tour on two ocassions), and they were great both times. I think they are very competitive price-wise, too.

Travel Tips for Melbourne


by BerniShand

Born and raised in Victoria, Edward Dunlop attended school in Benella and after leaving worked in a pharmacy until 1927 when he left for Melbourne to study medicine
He was a keen athlete and played Rugby for the Wallabies, Ausralias national team, he was also a champion boxer

after graduating medical school he took a post as ships surgeon, and enlisted in the Australian army as soon as war was declared

he was posted to Java, but was captured by the Japanese army within two weeks.
He, as were many others, was taken via Singapore and Burma to Thailand where the Japanese army were using prisoners of war to build a 412km long railway
conditions on the "Death Railway" were horrific and Dunlop struggled to improve the treatment and conditions of the men in his care, often risking retribution from the Japanese officers

after the war he eturned to Australia and resumed work as a surgeon, he also woked towards healing the wounds between the Australia and Japanese nations

he was knighted in 1969, and died 10 days before his 86th birthday
more than 10,000 people lined the route at the state funeral for "The Surgeon of the Railway" we only stopped to look at his statue because he looked such a kindly man, after reading more about his life and work Im really glad we did

You will not miss these three...

by Audrey118

You will not miss these three blokes.

Melbourne is somehow full of sculptures but the one featured here is something I will look again and again - aside from Larry featured at the front of my Melbourne page.

These three blokes sometimes have ciggies in their mouth - or on the ears or on the fingers...thanks to cheeky people!!! They are seen along Bourke Street Mall - Swanston.

Exhibition Centre

by CandS

This is a photo of the Exhibition's a huge and beautiful building located next to the Melbourne Museum. They have a lot of different exhibitions, shows, expos etc in this building during the year.

Winter cold

by Lady_Godiva

Some northern hemisphere dwellers will definitely laugh at me over this, but Melbourne can get quite cold in the winter (-4 - 16 celsius). Since Australia accommodates for the summer, it's not so good when winter hits (trust me - I get colder in Melbourne than I do in London!). Make sure you have a decent coat and scarves/hats etc. Also, although drought is a big issue and Melbourne gets less rain than any other capital city, rainfall is more sporadic and the city is notorious for having four seasons in one day. So make sure you always have an umbrella handy.


by xuessium

The rites of becoming a honarary "Melburnian" is only complete after you have been to your first Footy match.

For the uninitiated, it is not something kinky.

The Australian Football League (AFL) governs the game of Australian Rules Football, or as it is commonly known, "Footy", a mutation from Rugby and extremely popular in the state of Victoria. It has a long history that could be traced back to 1857. It is a sport that tugs at the heartstrings of every Melburnian household, men and women; young and old. I have never seen women spoke so passionately and fiercely about sport in my entire life! It's almost like life and death.

This is a sport that occupies the Autumn and Winter calendars of Victoria. Families deck out in their team colours, chant and rally to support their teams in stadiums around Melbourne (as well as in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, as there are inter-state teams) - all 16 of them in the League, during the weekends.

And going to a match is always something special - lots of sights and sounds - as expressions and human emotions explode around you abundantly, always vibrant but never hostile. This is a family game, mind you.

There are 4 quarters to a game and it's a fight to the finish. Teams try to send as many balls through the posts (6 points through the middle, and 1 point through the sides ones) - nothing too complex!

And the atmosphere on the trains can be electric as train loads of winning team supporters could break out into jubilant songs and cheers, which well, could colour your memories of Melbourne a shade sparkling!


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