Apollo Gardens Caravan Park

Address: 284-290 Hume Highway Craigieburn, Victoria Australia 3064 (Melways Reference: 28 D3) , Melbourne, Victoria, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on 284-290 Hume Highway Craigieburn, Victoria Australia 3064 (Melways Reference: 28 D3) , Melbourne, is near Chocolate Mill and Hume Highway.
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Travel Blogs from Melbourne

Leaving the Ramsay's and heading to Queensland

A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Nov 11, 2014

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... Luckily the buses run every 10 minutes and we managed to get on the next one. I was still panicking about rush hour traffic and missing the flight though. Whilst on the bus I skyped home because I'm not too sure when I next will be able to. We got to the airport for about 9:10 so we dropped our bags, grabbed breakie and headed to the gate. We were so confused all the way through the airport because no one checked our passports. It was only when we boarded the plane that we realised in ...

Homeless - To Be or Not To Be?

A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Oct 02, 2014

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... So no rest then, no coffee...I spend the day trying to find another place to stay and by the time it's all arranged I've missed all buses out of the neighbourhood so start a two mile walk towards a share house. I have about fifteen minutes to get there before the owner leaves the area and, weighed down as I am, I am harbouring no illusions about catching him.

Time to start disconsolately scouting out garden patches and potentially comfy bushes to sleep on.


Off we go again

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Aug 31, 2014

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... have cameras attached to the plane so you can see what the pilot sees when she takes off (which was another half dozen 380s lined up ready to take-off!). Thankfully they were all well behaved and took off nicely in turn..... It was fabulous looking down onto the desert, but it became hard to see very quickly (all that sand blowing around). Arrived in Rome without any hitches, and ready now for our three months ...

Week 3

A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Jul 14, 2014

3 comments, 78 photos

... of human body parts are actually real human body parts, which have undergone a process called plastination to preserve them.

We also looked at the animal gallery, and the marine life gallery (no photos) as well as the natural sciences exhibition (with some incredible dinosaur bones!). The spiders were kind of gross, but the butterflies almost made up for it! Again the animals were all real, and had just been preserved for display.

Sunday night was spent getting ...

Byron Bay

A travel blog entry by craiga on May 19, 2014

... Craig gave surfing another go, he did manage to stand up but the pro waves were so strong that he was fighting a loosing battle and eventually decided to give up. We went to movie night at the hostel but quickly left when we discovered it was a French movie with English subtitles. Nic was really not impressed! That night was then spent chatting to all our room mates and having a good ...