Docklands Serviced Apartments

Address: 28 Rakaia Way, Melbourne, Victoria, 3149, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Docklands area of Melbourne, is near Telstra Dome, Melbourne Maritime Museum - home of Polly Woodside, Flagstaff Gardens, and Station Pier.
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      Port Phillip Bay & Melbourne City

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 06, 2014

      38 photos

      ... path through tree lined parklands which led down to the Kings domain. Then hearing a bugle playing, we headed up to the shrine of remembrance. This was a glorious monument and the bugle had been playing at the lowering of the flags we just missed. There was a field of poppies at the base of the ancient monument and we felt compelled to walk up the many steps to the top, to see the spectacular view back down the park avenue we had just meandered. Such a peaceful ...


      A travel blog entry by leanneajones on Oct 12, 2014

      ... dresses in Myers that were on sale so I bought them both. I met some Witnesses on the Magazine Stand and talked to them for a while. As I was heading back at 5:30pm I ran into Gayle Terry and Cheryl Davidson. Got home about 6 pm and Kelvin was still watching the race. We went out for tea at the Restaurant next door and watched X/Factor awhile we ate. We had an early ...

      Melbourne internship - Week 1

      A travel blog entry by sarah_22 on Oct 04, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... the only thing we didn't have was snow! Anyway so I ended up holding down the photography equipment a lot to stop it being lifted away by the wind but as a result had a great spot to observe the photographer at work. The photos were for a campaign for spring carnival which is a string of racing events a bit like ascot and the grand national, that is the reason we were at the horse farm so we could get horses into the shots. The first horse we used was gorgeous! A jet black race ...


      A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 07, 2014

      ... of Victoria) where we thoroughly enjoyed the works of the Australian painters. After searching through the Book Market Doug finally found something very suitable to take back for Ethan. We were all quite tired and not very hungry as we'd had lunch quite late. All decided that something light in our rooms was the appropriate evening meal. Di settled on fruit and Doug a single serve dinner after expensive drinks at a hotel across the road from the City ...

      Home after 5 weeks

      A travel blog entry by ngjordan on Jul 20, 2014

      We touch down in Melbourne half an hour early at 6am, to a chilly 6 degrees. This welcome home is a vast difference from the 30 degrees we left behind in Singapore only 6 1/2 hours ago. We are thankful that at least it is not raining. Time to rest for a couple of days before returning to work and school. It's been an amazing five weeks, a trip we'll always remember for everything we packed in, the places we visited and the people we ...