Plum Serviced Apartments Collins Street

325 Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located in the Melbourne CBD area of Melbourne, is near Block Arcade, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Flinders Street Station, and Collins Street.
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    Day 71-75: Melbourne

    A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Aug 23, 2014

    13 photos

    ... quite a while! During our walk afterwards we came across the Greek restaurant area in Lonsdale Street and we felt compelled to return in the evening for our first greek meal of the trip thus far at the only Cypriot restaurant called Tsindos - the food was good and it certainly made a change. On our final day in Australia we picked up a car first thing in the morning to drive along the Great Ocean Road, another place in this country that should be on your bucket list. It is a ...

    Melbourne Walks 3

    A travel blog entry by pablop on Aug 19, 2014

    64 photos

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    Then it was onto a City Circle W class #35 tram that took me to Parliament House. I took a photo down Bourke St from the top of the Parliament steps and one of the Princess Theatre, before heading back to my bus stop via what I call the "upside-down" fountain.





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    Werribee Open Plains Zoo

    A travel blog entry by pablop on Aug 04, 2014

    27 photos

    ... zoos is involved with breeding of some of the endangered species, but in other cases they only have males, as the animals either aren't endangered or the blood lines limit what breeding can be done where.

    The first section traveled through held animals from arid areas and contained several that were endangered, but also had Dromedary Camels ...

    Week 4 (AKA the end of the first month)

    A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Jul 21, 2014

    2 comments, 72 photos

    ... It turned out to be the landlord - he'd just arrived in Australia from India and had come straight here to fix our water and electricity (which he actually did - amazing, right?).

    It's been a full on week, and a crazy first month but we finally feel like we're starting to settle down and enjoy ourselves here. It's so nice to have our own place, and as soon as we get a second bed we look forward to having more guests!


    Talk soon guys xx
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    Time to go to Gaol

    A travel blog entry by emilydavis92 on May 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... to be an Australian version of Robin Hood to some and a destructive criminal by others. What was really cool was that we got to see where Ned stayed (which cell he had) as well as where he was hung with the original beam. It was crazy to walk through the gaol knowing who Ned Kelly was and what he had been through during his lifetime. To see part of the structure that was a part of his hanging was very disturbing ...