Sebel Albert Park Melbourne

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

65 Queens Rd, Melbourne, Victoria, 3004, Australia
Pullman Melbourne Albert Park
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 27% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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Golf in Melbourne?

by maciejn123

Hi I am looking to travel to Melbourne for a few week for some R&R. Any good ideas in regards to getting out for a hit of golf.

Re: Golf in Melbourne?

by lynnehamman

Albert Park is very popular:
close to town too.

Re: Golf in Melbourne?

by Patbat

Hi Maciejn123,

I agree with the previous person Albert Park is quite good and central, it does get very busy on weekends though. If you know where you will be staying you can go to and search for a course.

Good luck with it.

Re: Golf in Melbourne?

by Kakapo2

Although I am still too young to play golf ;-))) - I have information on this.

Albert Park, of course, is at a very convenient location, very close to the CBD - however, not really spectacular for my taste.

Royal Melbourne is Australia's most famous course. Other highly recommended courses are Kingston Heath (with a lot of trees) and the Metropolitan (very elegant). They are part of a stretch of championship courses on the so called Sand Belt, all rather close to each other. Some are in private hands, some are public courses.

On Mornington Peninsula and Bellarine Pensinsula you find some good courses with great coastal views, and they are said to be affordable. Names are Moonah Links (there is also the Australian Golf Museum), Barwon Heads, Lonsdale and Curlewis.

I have checked in the Melbourne Visitor Guide. There they say Curlewis is Victoria's most underrated course. So perhaps worth a try.

There is a nice list including five municipal courses in the official visitor guide:

Re: Golf in Melbourne?

by sirgaw

Unlike Sissi (previous poster) I'm too old to play golf - LOL. Actually I used to play when I was "young."

Excellent advise from others. If you are a member of a club, there may be reciprocal rights to play on some of the better private courses around Melb (Royal Melb, Kingston Heath etc). If not then there are a LOT of very good public courses around. Sandringham is in the famous sand belt of Royal Melb and when you get here and there's been a lot of rain Sandringham does dry out very quickly and nearby is Brighton. Albert Park is also a good course, but is spoilt by the traffic noise from Queens Road (major truck/traffic route). To me the pick of the crop is Yarra Bend - where I used to play. Its in a national park and has the Yarra River close by and therefore plenty of greenery. Downside of Yarra Bend is lack of transport to/from unless you have your own vehicle. Transport wise, Albert Park is the best.

Travel Tips for Melbourne


by lorrainece

I agree about taxi drivers, many these days have no idea where they have to go, it would be good if you have the address of the hotel you are staying at,and there is a surcharge after 10pm and you may be asked to pay upfront. Some drivers dont ask for payment first, but be prepared.

Enjoy your stay in Melbourne


by utttz

I was there in january... Well, maybe it was a 'for sale' month, but I had a very cheap shopping session! I mean books and sportgears! I also found some nice 'surf' stuff for my.... can't remember howdo you call her in english.... my sister's daughter (don't tell anyone, but I was told that francesca is my niece)

The main use for the Mighty...

by ombre

The main use for the Mighty M.C.G is for aussie rules footy.
In a normal season the biggest game outside the finals is Anzac Day 25th of april.
Collingwood and Essendon Play each year and Yes I havent missed any of these games (EVER)
The average crowd is 80,000 with the largest being 92,500 yep i was at that one too . footy ,footy and footy what you didn't here me FOOTY
IT WILL JUST BLOW YOU AWAY ( hope fully I will convert one more person to the black and white army.)

Tipping is not obligatory. ...

by Sile

Tipping is not obligatory. Don't even try tipping hairdressers unless you want to embarass them and yourself. When meeting people it is generally informal - shaking hands, kissing on the cheeks, just hello... anything goes.

AAMI Kooyong Classic (Tennis)

by leffe3

The former home to the Australian Open, Kooyong developed the Kooyong Classic as a result of losing the star-studded big event to the tennis centre a couple of miles away.

It makes sense - it's a round robin event tournament featuring 8 top male players, seen as the perfect warm-up to the Open. Taking place in 2010, 13-16 January are the dates, and signed-up players to date include Djokovic, Tsonga and Verdasco.

It's an exhibition tournament, and winning doesn't gain ranking points, so the competitive edge may be missing, but nevertheless, with a great atmosphere and supportive crowd, the relaxed environment is a perfect warm-up for the players for the Open.

Two games per session also ensure that you're likely to get two great games - particularly on the finals day. In 2009, we were lucky enough to see Federer beat Wawrinka in the final and Verdasco vs Gonzalez play-off for 3rd and 4th. Year before that - Roddick beat Baghdatis in the final, Safin beat Gonzalez.

And 2010 - Verdasco beat Tsonga in the final, with Australian kid Tomic defeating Djokovic for 3rd/4th play off

Other than Federer (X2), Roddick (X3), past winners include Agassi (X3), Sampras, Chang (X3) and Nalbandian - giving an indication of the level the tournament attracts constantly.

And a big attraction with Kooyong - way cheaper than the Open to ensure seeing top seeded players play each other. $A55 for uncovered seats, $A85 for covered seats on finals day ($A45 or $A75 on non-final days).


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 Sebel Albert Park Melbourne

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Address: 65 Queens Rd, Melbourne, Victoria, 3004, Australia