Chateau Yering

Address: 42 Melba Highway, Yering, Victoria, 3770, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 42 Melba Highway, Yering, is near De Bortoli Winery and Outlook Hill.
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      Australian Open Day 1 Review / Day 2 Preview

      A travel blog entry by jbishop1991 on Jan 14, 2015

      ... t. A big upset though and a highly entertaining second set for the vocal crowd. GLIMPSES and BEST OF THE REST As well as the five full matches I caught a sneaky look at a few other matches including seeing the third Brit, Brydan Klein unfortunately lose and Steve Darcis (Nadal Slayer) see out a 2 sets to love win. I also got my glimpse of Alex Zverev...a glimpse of him get broken and lose to home boy JP Smith. You can see the hype. Zverev hits big shots and will ...

      Happy New Year everyone

      A travel blog entry by langardi on Jan 01, 2015

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      The venue we chose on The Memorial was brilliant for seeing the fireworks and they did not disappoint. Woke late this morning and called Phil and Liz who were hosting a murder mystery dinner for Ian, Chloe, Rachel and Rich. Lovely to chat but needless to say the conversation was a little confused as they had been drinking for some time. ...

      New years eve

      A travel blog entry by niah on Dec 31, 2014

      We got up rather late and got ready to go to the park we were going to watch the fire works. At one o'clock we left for the park we managed to get a great spot after a argument with the security because they did not want to let our picnic cutlery in because they were made of metal. But we got them in. As it was only 1o'clock we had to wait a long time for midnight thankfully there was a a children's circus workshop so ...

      Emotional Puddles and Cesspools: caution advised

      A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... it five seconds after we met..."

      I'm not going to write out the entire painful dialogue. Suffice it to say that I was soon peering at a layer of diamonds carefully entwined in a small, delicate engagement ring that had been purchased with said friend many years before. I listened patiently to ehm Mitch's reasoning behind the sudden, heartfelt emotional rain currently bucketing down in his apartment and after a No and many more No's, some ugly ...

      Crazy long day

      A travel blog entry by leanok61 on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... in ,Hway. Phonics ain't so jolly here. So it turns out she is travelling to Cambodia on humanitarian business. Inspirational.

      My culinary escape began with breakfast at Cafe Vue which is Shannon Bennett's foray into international airports. I was going to have breakfast at the Mantra. Eggs Benedict and a juice for $24 but then figured I had time to kill after check in so tried his Vue burger with salmon and bacon and a hollandaise foam. ...