BEST WESTERN Mill Park Motor Inn

Address: 14 The Link, Mill Park, Victoria, 3082, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14 The Link, Mill Park, is near Walhalla Goldfields Railway, Chocolate Mill, Whittlesea Alpine Toboggan Park, and Yarrambat Park Golf Course.
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Travel Blogs from Mill Park

We went to Maccas

A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment, 1 photo

As I mentioned yesterday, the trip over to Melbourne was wonderful and we didn't even mind the perky girl over the intercom who woke us at 5.45am with all the onboard announcements about when to go down to your car level etc. After showering and packing our bags, we head down to the Reception desk to deposit our room key, then popped into the Tourism area to find out the easiest way out of Melbourne that wouldn't ...

Melbournian Rhapsody

A travel blog entry by pmacklin on Mar 05, 2015

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... state than he had after his vast quantities of goon last week. The girls seemed really cool and it was nice to have a proper chat with someone. They all convinced us and Ra to go up to the upstairs bar for Karaoke. We were originally very skeptical but in the end it turned out to be a great laugh. Some of them were so bad they were funny and Ra was an excellent singer. With the help of a few more new friends they finally convinced me to get up on stage and sing Bohemian ...

On the road again!!

A travel blog entry by adrianandlizzie on Feb 05, 2015

... be honest he didn’t look that well in a lot of them but friendly people and good coffee and great fish and chips! Last night was the weirst place we have stayed – an amazing old building built by a wealthy whaler in the 1820’s – he had 50 boats in the bay waiting for the whales to migrate which they then slaughtered for a few weeks before processing them – barbaric but a different age and very profitable. The venture failed ...

What an arresting day

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 09, 2015

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... close to Chinatown, which should make for some good meals during our stay. An observation though, crossing the roads can be interesting: if the cars, buses, and trams don't get you the bikes will. We do have one complaint though, it was a bit cold today peaking at only 22 C, and rained quite a lot to start the day. Not quite what we have grown accustomed to. Could say we are feeling quite at home ...

Queen Victoria Market & Melbourne Central

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 09, 2014

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... before we went on anywhere. Jumping on a tram trying to get to the remembrance shrine to see if anything was going on, we arrived a little after 11am, but it was all quiet and no-one was around. Mission in mind, the Albert geo cache hunt was impossible, we ended up walking around the outside perimeter of the royal botanical gardens in the opposite direction to pass by the areas we had not covered yesterday. We also saw the sports grounds on the opposite side of the road and ...