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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Location

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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TripAdvisor Reviews Apollo Gardens Caravan Park Melbourne

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Melbourne

Melbourne Maddness

A travel blog entry by smythadventures on Mar 29, 2015

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... 8221; a wonderful woman playing a man’s man who sang songs and told stories of his recent trip to Mongolia. The reviews said this show was “Ron Swanson meets Flight of the Concords.” This was Josh’s favorite show. Female comedians do it again! Our final show was a line up of stand-ups from the US, including Wyatt Cenac, a former correspondent for the Daily Show. We sat right in front, laughing and groaning and going along with the comics all ...

Great Otway NP - Lorne - Melbourne - Bacchus Marsh

A travel blog entry by andytolley on Jan 31, 2015

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... beers to unwind and watched the Asia Cup final - a home game final in Sydney between Australia and South Korea. The bar was empty which we found strange considering the pride the country has for sport, but then again it was only a small spot and there was a wedding going on so we can probably excuse a few people for not watching it.

Australia ended up winning and us Pom's ended up celebrating on behalf of the Aussies.
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Melby Christmas

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Dec 27, 2014

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... Upgrades. We were treated to more food that we could manage and it was delicious. We put Gurinder's car to best use on Monday and drove to the start of the Great Ocean Road. Its construction was completed by soldiers returning from the Great War. It hugs the coast for 243 km's, links the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford and remains the largest war memorial on the planet. Entering at Anglesey on the surf coast, our first stop was Bells Beach where the ...

Emotional Puddles and Cesspools: caution advised

A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Nov 02, 2014

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... with his managers and the job was mine.

Cue a moment of whooping with joy.

Despite my serious, seeeriioouuus desire to call it a day and head home for a satisfied sleep, he invited me to listen to the track for the shoot and check out the view from his ruddy 40 high penthouse. I was tired, I had also just been offered the job, I was feeling some small nudge of obligation, yes, I decided to get it over and done with, listen to the track, ...

The Journey

A travel blog entry by thring06 on Oct 03, 2014

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The trip began well with our Etihad flight on a brand new plane, it was amazing ,so roomy and we had no one next to us so we could spread out

The flight was 14 hrs and it went very quickly for one of us! Valium and a red and I was out for the count for 11 hours. At least Amanda knew I was alive as I snored the whole way while she watched movies.

Dubai airport is huge, we had a 3 hour wait so we had a little massage which was brilliant ...