Quest on St Kilda Road

1A St Kilda Road, St Kilda, Victoria, 3182, Australia
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where to stay in melbourne...fitzroy or st kilda?

by sam1210

where is the best place to stay out of these 2 areas? i have a week in melbourne and would be thrilled if anyone could give me some advice.


Re: where to stay in melbourne...fitzroy or st kilda?

by craic

they are both nice areas - st kilda is by the beach and is a longish train ride into town so you don't want to miss the last tram

and Fitzroy is a little more inner city and rather funky and multicultural

Re: where to stay in melbourne...fitzroy or st kilda?

by craic

here's the metlink site to check your travel options

or maybe you are wondering about ambience?

Re: where to stay in melbourne...fitzroy or st kilda?

by lynnehamman

I totally second craics reply. Fitzroy is very appealing to me, anyway.And funky it certainly is.
St Kilda has an old world 'by the sea' vacation feeling- but great cake & coffee shops.

Re: where to stay in melbourne...fitzroy or st kilda?

by tropicrd

I agree with Craic and Lynnehammon
Fitzroy is a very in place to stay lots of great restaurents--I would stay there and go on a tram trip to St Kilda.

Re: where to stay in melbourne...fitzroy or st kilda?

by sam1210

thanks for all your help guys, where in fitzroy would recommend? im after a hostel thats fairly cheap and a good laugh, i like to party!!

Re: where to stay in melbourne...fitzroy or st kilda?

by craic

check out these reviews on BUG backpackers Ultimate Guide

there are some in Carlton on this list - right next door to Fitzroy also a funky suburb

i have heard good things about The Nunnery - but mostly that it is a bit more refined and not exactly party central lol

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A must see in Melbourne is...

by eddie03

A must see in Melbourne is well reknowned Crown Casino. This huge complex which not only caters for gambling but also for entertainment, the cuisine and shoppin. Its like a city in there, the lights , the people the fun.

A must see and a good place to start off when visiting the city. I travel quite often away from Melbourne to and from my home country Singapore.

I am away for the most 2 months each year, and however long i am away i always miss the Melbourne weather.

The cool fresh air which you first breath in when u leave Tullamarine airport makes ur stay here most pleasant.

Arabic Dome 1

by Kate-Me

Another pleasant mix of the old and the new.
This photo was taken from the steps of the utra modern Federation Square.
I'm not sure what the building is, but I fell in love with it and must find out next time if it's possible to go inside....

They rule football

by happy_journey

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The city is home to the National Sports Museum, which until 2006 was located outside the members pavilion at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and reopened in 2008 in the Great Northern Stand

Melbourne is considered the spiritual home of Australian cricket and Australian rules football - the most popular sports in Australia.

The Australian Football League is headquartered at the Telstra Dome and ten of its teams are based in the Melbourne metropolitan area and collectively average over 35,000 spectators to each game.

The first ever official cricket Test match in Australia was played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in March 1877. The city is also home to a Rugby League and Soccer team; the Melbourne Storm, who play in the NRL competition, Melbourne Victory who play in the A-league, netball team Melbourne Vixens who play in the trans-Tasman trophy ANZ Championship and basketball team Melbourne Tigers who play in the National Basketball League.

Annually, the city hosts the AFL Grand Final, as well as the international sporting events of the Australian Open tennis, Melbourne Cup and the Australian Grand Prix. In 2008 Melbourne's Telstra Dome will play host to the Australia versus England match at the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.

Prepare for all seasons

by Sweetberry1

Suitcases on wheels are best. Melbourne can have six to ten seasons in a day... LOL.. Just kidding... : )
But regardless of the season you are travelling in, it would be wise to take clothing for Hot, Warm, Cold, Wet, or anywhere in between. Swimwear as well as warm clothing. You can most likely buy anything you need here, but it would be advisable to bring your Medications and prescriptions with you. Cameras and assesories. Outdoor supplies are available everywhere, if you prefer to travel light.

A Picnic at Badger Weir Park

by stefano99

Badger Creek is 65 kilometres (41 miles) from Melbourne. If you are driving from Melbourne, head east along Maroondah Highway, follow the signs to Healesville. After reaching Healesville, follow the signs for Badger Creek picnic area.

The area has sheltered picnic tables and barbecues with wood provided. There are several walking tracks through the beautiful forest, keep your eyes open for native animals and birds.

The popular Healesville Sanctuary is also near by.


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Address: 1A St Kilda Road, St Kilda, Victoria, 3182, Australia