Grand Hotel Melbourne - A Member of the MGallery Collection
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... We’ve had some long discussions with various Australians who all have strong opinions about land management and fire risk - up North in Undarra they control burn every 2 years, whereas down South they don’t and they seem to have terrible fires. It’s a thorny issue out here.
We arrived with a big storm cloud - this is the mountains after all so the weather is pretty variable. The Snowys claim the highest peak in Australia - Mount Kosciuszko ...
... Melbourne is the site of the National Sports Museum, Australia Athletics, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG, 100,000 capacity), the Australian Open (started the day after we departed) and the Formula Grand Prix. Australian Football League (AFL) rules (pun intended) in Melbourne, followed by cricket in popularity. The city has a Victorian feel, much like London and Glasgow, as they all experienced ...
Sleeping in! Lovely! Not may more of those left!
Theo is Jacob's friends from Primary School that has moved to Melbourne and we always try to catch up with him and is lovely Mum, Sallie and little sister, Annie. They live way down in Cheltnaham.
Lunch with them and then jobs in the nearby SouthFields Shopping ...
... Christine's car) and made our way to the beach. The beach was practically deserted. I guess it was too cold for the locals. My family loved being on a beach on November 29th! The kids had a blast, digging a big hole in the sand and swimming in the ocean. Kate was a welcome addition to the group (read Elizabeth adored having someone other than her brother to hang out with), and Christine invited her to ...
... but it was fun so I was up for doing it again. We all met at Federation square in the CBD and got picked up by the tour bus that would be hosting the trip. First stop was a wildlife sanctuary that had all the standard Aussie animals - kangaroos, wallabies, dingos and my favourite - the wombat! We had feed for the kangaroos so fed them and took the opportunity to take selfies with them of course!! After that little stop we piled back on the bus and headed to the next ...