Quest South Melbourne

21 Park St., S. Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, 3205, Australia
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Cheap holiday and side seeing

by saverineajayus

Hi,

My friends and I planing to have a short holiday to melbourne. Is there any suggestion which nice location for side seeing. We will be going in the middle of July for a week. Hope you guys can give us ideas where should we visit. Thanks

Re: Cheap holiday and side seeing

by bobbymg

Howdy there
wellcome to Melbourne
Mid July is winter and very cold ,you can take a trip through the Great Ocean road ,Philip island as well Sovereign Hills in Ballarat.
enjoy your trip
Cheers
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Re: Cheap holiday and side seeing

by AllOverRover

If you want a real Melbourne experience, my suggestion would be to go to an AFL game (Australian Rules), have a coffee in a hidden cafe in one of the city laneways, and dine out at one of the many restaurants in the city. If you are looking for low-cost siteseeing, there are plenty of sites in Melbourne that are free, such as the Botanic Gardens, St Kilda Beach, etc, etc. www.thatsmelbourne.com.au will give you some ideas too. Enjoy your trip!

Re: Cheap holiday and side seeing

by EscapeTravelGirl

Hi saverineajayus,

If its sight seeing you are after you can organise a day tour from corner Collins Street and Bourke Street to The Great Ocean Road or Phillip Island (You can see penguins there)

St Kilda is also nice, you can check out the beach, shop, restaurants, hire a bike, Luna Park..

If you have time to travel maybe have a look down at Geelong you can catch the V line it takes about an hour.

The Yarra Valley is a fair drive outside of Melbourne, but you can visit beautiful Wineries like Chandon and do some taste testing. You can even organise a Hot Air Balloon ride beforehand!

If its shopping you are interested in, Chadstone is the largest shopping centre in Melbourne, then there's other other shopping areas like Highpoint, Chapel Street, Victoria Markets.

Hope this information helps!

Kind Regards,
Escape Travel Girl

Travel Tips for Melbourne

Go to the footy (Australian...

by njm001

Go to the footy (Australian Rules football) for a day of real Melbourne culture. Most of the main grounds are close to the city (walk/tram)and part of the fun is to join the crowds on the way there. Supporters mix well and though the odd exchange can be a bit heated its usually good fun. The game is fast, exciting and the rules are grey enough to ensure the umpire is ALWAYS wrong and half the crowd will let him know about it. After the game we often go into the city for dinner and perhaps on to a play or concert afterwards, to make it a proper cultural day out. I miss the variety of things to do. Melbourne is very big in the arts, huge on sport and loves to eat out.
If I am in a place with strong seasonal weather (Seattle is always cloudy in winter/Darwin is always sunny in the dry season) I miss Melbourne's weather moods. You can't get bored with Melbourne's weather it can change so fast...

McDonald's

by l_joo

First impression is a McDonald's, as usual I can see inside full of peoples eating and queuing up, please do not hesitate to visit McDonald's in your travels, eat a lot McDs and do not forget to build useful-helpful tips on VT to anounce, proclaim and declare you have been to McDonald's.

visitors from Other Countries

by cochinjew

there was a time visitors from other countries were not that common, even know the social life is such that unless you are introduced to you through the circle of friends you already have, little chanfe of knowing visitors. so imagine my surprise, when an umonhon indian friend of mine from Nebraska, emailed me to say she would be in Melbourne for a day and that we could have lunch together.. it was sheer delight.. friendship, the ambience of melbourne, nostalgia, love and affection... this is the stuff of dreams.
i will look for her the next time in Australia if she is still there. Knowing the Indians, they dont like to be away from their native country too long.

I miss you MiHuSa

Flemington Raceway

by fishandchips

Flemington raceway is home to Melbourne's famous Melbourne Cup run on the first Tuesday in November each year. The raceway is quite big and is serviced by train which you can take from Spenser St station - there is normally a Flemington Raceway train on racing days.

The raceway has quite a few events held over the season and is a nice train ride if nothing else. You can make it more exciting if you have a bit of a flutter and put a dollar each way on your favourite horse.

Now a lot of visitors to...

by jonno99

Now a lot of visitors to Melbourne do the Phillip island and Great Ocean Road trips but many miss out on Wilson's Promontory. It's a national park about three hours SE of Melbourne. The most Southerly land point in mainland Australia. If you want to do this place justice you should camp here for a couple of nights at least. Good facilities and so much native wildlife. I took my cousin down here a few months ago and we saw so much. I nearly ran over an echidna (looks like a porcupine) on our way in so drive carefully. Kangaroos, Emus, Koalas and Wombats are everywhere. And if you go anywhere near the camp site shop you will be surrounded by Lorikeets - very friendly colourful birds. It's an experience!. They land all over you, but of course their affection comes at a price. Food! without it you're history. They're not interested.

Check out these two websites for more details
http://www.gippslandtourism.com.au/Wilsons-Promontory/ - - - - - - - - -

http://www.comu.net.au/tour/wprom/wprom.htm

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