Quest Mont Albert

741-745 Whitehorse Road, Mont Albert, Melbourne, Victoria, 3127, Australia

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    We stayed in a two bedroom apartment. Everything was provided in the apartment (including shampoo and soap, and a washing machine and dryer (with powder)). There were two little balcony areas. There was foxtel and a movie channel, and a limited selection of DVD's available for hire from reception.

    Train, bus and trams were right out front. Westfield Doncaster was not far away. And there were lots of shops around the area in different locations.

    However, there was quite a mouldy smell in the building. And the location was sooooo noisy! There was an equipment hire shop next door and you could hear dozers and machinery all day long.

    Beware the slowest lift in the world - I think our flight back to Perth was quicker.

    Unique Quality: Close to transport and not far from the city.

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Botanic Garden in July?

by tracyskf

Hi, is it worthwhile to have a visit to Botanic Garden in July?
I mean will there be much to see during winter? Thanks!

Re: Botanic Garden in July?

by lynnehamman

Yes- a visit is worthwhile. There are many flowers and trees that show their best colours in winter. Wrap up warmly and enjoy.

Re: Botanic Garden in July?

by AllOverRover

I agree with Lynne. The Botanic Gardens are lovely all year round. Plenty to see there. The Fitzroy Gardens (also close to the city) are worth a visit too.

Re: Botanic Garden in July?

by Grevil

Yes for sure. I think I read somewhere that the Melbourne Botanic Gardens are in the top 4 of their kind in the world. Huge area, and huge range of plant varieties, along with a great garden design. Well worth a visit, any time of the year.

Re: Botanic Garden in July?

by tracyskf

Great! It is in my list of "must visit" now.

Thanks everyone.

Travel Tips for Melbourne

About Melbourne...

by grkboiler

A good resource to check out is the official website of the City of Melbourne.

http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/

This website is very informative and should have answers to many of your questions about Melbourne, with facts, maps, visitors guides, special events, and more.

Head down to the Mornington...

by Rox

Head down to the Mornington Peninsula to Portsea, find the portsea pub head out to the beer garden, and sample some of the bevys. Its a great beer garden over looking the bay. If you are into watching sport the good ol footy match at the MCG the atmosphere is a must to at least experience once.

Low prices Safeway

by l_joo

Low prices Safeway is where I bought many things, bread, muesli, vegetables, shave, etc, all at (supposed) low prices. Unusual thing was the liquor department was seperated, I don't know why so but I need no liquors. Anyway the cost of a whole meal bread I bought priced at A$1.80, this is the only one I can remember, a less helpful tip, but is a tip.

Travel light

by fishandchips

I tend to have short stays in Melbourne so I take the absolute minimum. My luggage is small enough to fit in the cabin so I don't have to wait for luggage at the other end. Melbourne is a bit notorious for its weather. It can get extremely hot one day and rather indifferent the next. Take a showerproof jacket just in case you need it otherwise plan your clothing for the time of year you are travelling. In summer its shorts and tee shirt though I usually wear trousers (cargo style for the handy pockets) on the plane for a better evening option. Good walking shoes are a must as there are a variety of walking surfaces. In Melbourne there are lots of shops so what you don't bring you can buy!! Basics only - toothbrush & deodorant. What more do you need? Smellies for night time maybe - buy those at duty free as you come into the country. This is very much personal preference. I take a very small camera so it's easy to pop in my pocket. I've got a big memory card in it so can take lots of high quality shots - 600 on a 2Gb SD card. At duty free you can get a 4Gb card for around $AUS90 so maybe I'll upgrade next time. Melbourne has lots of good shops so travel light inwards and buy a sports bag and fill it up with whatever takes your fancy.

Old Colonists Association

by sirgaw

Although not open to the public the Old Colonists Association is a great spot to take in some of the history of Melbourne.

The Old Colonists Association was founded in part by George Coppin who was a business man, philanthropist, member of parliament, founder of Sorrentoand many other notable institutions can be traced back to Mr Coppin.

He founded Old Colonists Association as a retirement home for the acting fraternity and the first cottages on the estate are still called "Founders Cottages" and can be viewed from Rushall Crescent, which adjoins the estate. A short walk along Coppin Avenue passes the oldest of the cottages, which date from 1869.

If you are interested in a guided tour of the estate, contact details below.

Address:
20 Rushall Crescent, Fitzroy North 3068
Close to Queens Parade where there is a tram to/from city

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