Apollo Gardens Caravan Park

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
 

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Conclusion

A travel blog entry by hodgeasaurus on Jul 28, 2014

... I met many people briefly on my path, who had a friendly, kind and peaceful manner about them that I really admired. I felt a lot more connected to the reality of how people actually lived by cycling. The food was amazing. I think I could give up white food, apart from breakfast, and just eat Thai. Highlights overall were the NW loop, the area around the Mekong and getting up ...

Koalas and Cockatoos and 12 Apostles

A travel blog entry by cathyjonny on Mar 22, 2014

5 comments, 5 photos

Much brighter this morning, but still cloudy. We continued from Apollo Bay as far as Port Campbell and back to Melbourne. The road winds it's way along the coast, but Cathy, well practised in New Zealand, enjoyed the drive. The famous sandstone outcrops along this route are called the Twelve Apostles. These are very impressive and we especially enjoyed the view points which were unmarked and therefore devoid ...

Weird and Wacky?

A travel blog entry by anelson_82 on Feb 27, 2014

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Walking to work this morning I came across a peculiar sight. A giant teddy bear.....walking down the street. Granted said teddy bear was strapped to a man but I had to stop for a second and remind myself that yes Amy, you are sober. That's the thing about Melbourne. You see some of the strangest things and no one bats an eyelid, it's just accepted. And I love it. The eccentricity that seeps from the very ...

Day 17 03.02.14

A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Feb 03, 2014

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Up and about today in time for check out at 11am. Took the tram to Federation Square to watch Superbowl XLVIII, the Seattle Seahawks vs. Denver Broncos!! It was awesome, there was a big screen set up showing the game and a mini stadium for the vast and ever growing audience to watch from! The square was literally turned into a mini USA, blow up New York landmarks, giant football helmets and various food stalls. There were ...

Australia - Melbourne

A travel blog entry by c4allum on Dec 18, 2013

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... the seat and told her what I wanted. Within seconds she was shaving away like no tomorrow. I could see Rachel across the way still getting her nails done and pulled a concerned face. She cracked up laughing so loud the women doing my hair looked across and asked if I knew her haha. Anyways 10 minutes later I walked out less than pleased, but it wasn't until I got upstairs I realised she had missed a massive chunk on the top, so I got the scissors and did a bit of a saving DIY job ...