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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TripAdvisor Reviews Apollo Gardens Caravan Park Melbourne

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Melbourne

Conclusion .... All good things must end

A travel blog entry by merocarroll on Dec 21, 2014

... vegetables dwindle and carried a little supply of frozen and canned items to last us over until we reached the next larger supermarket....for us that was one overnight stay at Eucla and we shopped, with massive savings, at IGA Kalgoorlie the next day. Not a huge imposition......and why would you carry honey when you know it's going to be confiscated? And so..... What did go wrong? I forgot to apply insect repellent before heading into sand dunes one day and was bitten ...

Our first day!! And Stuart's Birthday

A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Oct 15, 2014

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... trying to get the best shot of our beaming faces and the harbour in the background! Our sense of direction took us meandering back towards the house via the shops, I say our but it was mainly mine, Joe was keen for retracing our steps (always living dangerously). We met up with Karen, Stuart, Kirsten and the girls, Jenny and Mark and had lunch and a walk along Hampton Beach near Sandringham Yacht Club with the dogs, ...

On our way

A travel blog entry by davidbonham on Aug 17, 2014

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... much after 1130. Our flight steward was a 29 yo from India. He was a Hindu Sikh. He has decided to not wear a turban; he just believes what fits in best for him. We had a lot of time for reading. Brian, Eileen and George were just a row in front of us. Our set seats were either side of an aisle, but a kind gentleman moved into a spare seat in front so that we could sit together. We were in Row 51 which is the very back row. We landed at 1615 and ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Jun 24, 2014

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... our meals which were really enjoyable. To both our parents, you'll be pleased to know we got just about the healthiest dish on the menu (broadbean risotto) and even ordered a side of broccolini! We did of course get dessert too, but both desserts had fruit so we're looking after ourselves! :P

One thing we forgot to share the other day was our first supermarket experience. We did our 'big shop' and B of course brought shopping bags, ...

New Day, New City

A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on May 06, 2014

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... and from one end to the other width wise in about 30 minutes. The tram helped to give us a break and show us the library and other tourist places along the route. Laura hopped off when we went past her work but Heather and I stayed on for a bit longer. I wanted to take a picture of the library so we got off at what we thought was the library stop, but it wasn't. It was the National Treasury and Parliament. Oops! Anyways, we took some pictures and we took a ...