Quest Kew

19-21 Walpole Street, Kew, Victoria, 3101, Australia

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    good accomodation


    We stayed 3 nights at Quest Kew. We had a 2 bedroom apartment which was perfect for my 4 friends and me. The apartment was clean and the location is good because it was close to Woolworths near the groceries and eateries and shops.

    Unique Quality: The main bedroom had a bathroom. The apartment was clean. Parking was at an extra fee. Overall a good stay. Dish-washing and washing machine liquid was supplied, so I was impressed because often they are not.

    Directions: Woolworths

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Skybus from Melbourne Airport

by favorito01

Hi guys. Do you have to book the Skybus in advance or can you just buy tickets at the airport? Is this the best way to get to our apartment? We are staying at the Cube apartments, 19 Exploration Lane Melbourne VIC 3000. Thank you.

Re: Skybus from Melbourne Airport

by muratkorman

You don't need any booking. You can get the ticket when you arrive in the airport.

Re: Skybus from Melbourne Airport

by Kakapo2

Skybus transportation includes the transportation to your apartment. The Skybus takes you to the city terminal and there you change into vans. They put together an inner city route and drop every passenger off at the requested address.

The same applies to the way back to the airport. They pick you up at your accommodation, take you to the city terminal and from there in the big coach to the airport.

Re: Skybus from Melbourne Airport

by favorito01

Thank you for the replies. Excellent advice as usual.

Travel Tips for Melbourne

A City on a River.

by australia2

The best place to go to obtain the most comprehensive view of Melbourne, its suburbs and surrounding geography is the Melbourne Observation Deck on the top level of The Rialto Buildings. The Rialto is situated in Collins Street in the financial district of the city.
Of course there is a good restaurant and viewing facilities. Before you go to the top, a viewing of an introductory film is a must. It is available at the booking office on level one. A quiet walk through our magnificent Botanic Gardens. So very close to the city and an easy escape from the pressure and hubbub. Include a rest on the grass beside the Garden's decorative pondage and then experience the tranquility of the flowing waters of the Yarra river and of the rowing teams at training. You can also smell the tantalizing aroma of steaks and sausages being barbercued on the facilities provided along the river bank. The main disturbance coming from the greedy sea-gulls squabbling for a morsel. It's all part of the lovely atmosphere which is Melbourne.

Chinatown's precinct

by paoseo

Melbourne's Chinatown is located within the Melbourne Central Business District and is centred around the eastern end of Little Bourke St. It extends between the corners of Swanston and Exhibition Streets.
Ornate gates guard the entrance and fat lanterns dangle overhead welcoming to bright and buzzing Chinatown, a slice of Asia in the heart of Melbourne.
You’ll find dozens of traditional laneway eating houses alongside some of the city’s most-awarded contemporary silver service restaurants.
Shops and businesses in the thriving arcades off Little Bourke Street sell everything from Chinoiserie to fungi.
At 22 Cohen Place there is the Chinese Museum that shows about the stories and culture of Chinese Australianswith artefacts and photographs dating from the gold rush of the 1850s to modern times, spread over five levels of exhibition space.
Chinatown is home to the Asian Food Festival (August-September) and the Chinese New Year Festival (February), attracting visitors who want to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of Asia.
Walking there during a busy day it made me really feel not to be in Australia but in a street in Hong Kong or in China!!! One Sunday Micky and her boyfriend with another friend and me went to Chinatown so that I could have the experience of yum cha, that means lunch, especially at the weekend. ...OH MY GOD!!! I eat soooo much!!! there were soooo many peole!!!
Great experience!!!!
Pics will come soon

Homeless Melbourner

by l_joo

Homeless Melbourner, not many but at least I saw one on daytime, nightime I don't know. Same to other countries, homeless peoples are common, in my residential area, there are about 2 or 3. But wait, this one probably is a fake one, he could be a rich man in disguise, richest man in Melbourne, or perhaps a genius, a lost king, etc.

Luggage storage in melbourne (for free!)

by Helium_Teapot

All internet information says that there are lockers at Melbourne Central and Spencer Street station, however 'in this post 11/9 climate" this is apparently not so (at least at melbourne central).

Even if this were the case you'd have to pay... pffft!

Myer (major department store) will hold your bags from open til close for free. We check 2 carryon size suitcases with no questions asked.

Enter via Lonsdale Street (Myer foodcourt)

Apparently the State library will also check smaller items for free but I'm not sure of the hours

Listen to some great radio

by meggy88

One of Melbourne secrets is not something that you visit or eat but that you can listen to great independent radio. Melbourne has always had a good live music scene which is partly due to two community radio stations, 3RRR and PBS. 3RRR is found on the FM dial at 102.7, and PBS at FM 106.7, both stations have been around for many years and play a wonderful non commercial blend of music. These station do not get any revenue from commercial advertising and is funded by limited sponsorship of local organisations. The other income source is from people like me who suscribe once a year to keep these stations going which offer an alternative to bland commercial radio stations who only play music that is commercially popular.
My favourite show is on 3RRR and is called "Vital Bits" and is on every SAT/SUN from 6:00am - 9:00am. So if your ever in Melbourne dont forget to tune in, or they do live streams


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