No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Quest Dandenong
TripAdvisor Reviews Quest Dandenong
Travel Blogs from Dandenong
... work and that was a task in its self. With no access to the home wifi and our portable wifi not having great signal it was abit of a nightmare. When we could get online we couldn't get anyone's contact details about work which was annoying as some of the jobs sounded right up our street. We contacted gumtree and they said it was something to do with the area we were in and it wouldn't allow details to be revealed due to risking security. I spoke to my dad about it and ...
... the odd discussion this time about what was to be printed in Rob’s little book….
To burn or not to burn - that is the question. Before setting off for the Snowy National Park we were a bit surprised that Eddy warned us to check the fire ratings and weather. Not something we’d usually think about but the fire risk is very high at the moment. Many Australians would apparently think twice about going into the bush at times of high fire risk, ...
... the hotel and the casino. We stood there for about 10 minutes taking in the grand decorations. The huge Christmas tree, the over sized baubles, the oversized snowflakes. It did look really festive and was really pretty. Every half an hour the decorations come to life. The tree changes colour and each of the big baubles open up and reveal moving parts which relate to a specific Christmas song. It was really lovely and the children were really enjoying it. Santa walked though at ...
... got the basics but did buy ourselves a few treats.....a bar of chocolate each, fresh orange juice, strawberries and half a melon because they were reduced and a chocolate milk each. I'm definitely getting like my mum, because we have about 2 weeks here I said it would be better to double up on essentials just in case we don't get back to a supermarket and we can just freeze them. I think Matty thought I was mad but I doubled up on milk, bread and dilute juice.... Definitely ...
... hear all about his life since our last visit. I wanted some trainer socks, and found a stall selling socks with some really nice ones at 10 pairs for $10, about £5 and a real bargain. Unfortunately I had no AUS$ but Paula came up with a good suggestion: she would pay & I would repay her in NZ$ as they were going there in November, so I used the remnant of our ATM excursion in Wellington. Sorted!
We then headed out to the Dandenong ...