Home At Flinders
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Home At Flinders Melbourne
Travel Blogs from Melbourne
... stop, Emerald Lake Park were we just walked around the paths taking in the last of the sun before heading home. It did give us a chance to see one of the mountains other main attractions though as well if only for a fleeting moment - Puffing Billy. An old steam train which still runs along its track in the mountains, Puffing Billy attracts many a fan but at its extortionate prices, not three more that day! Our working weeks were fairly normal apart from our ...
... put down as the organisation was unable to find her a home but Coxy agreed to take her in until she is adopted. With one dog already in the house there is naturally going to be an integration process and Vicky has been helping with that. She's a soft dog but initial observations suggest her and Kaiser may not see eye to eye on everything which could be a problem. They are fine when they're out and about together - we took them both to the dog park and ...
Sue had a dentist appointment around 12ish so slow start to the day, Rodger was off long before Sue and I got up! Sue said the night before that she was going to make quiches for the Open Studios this year and I offered to make Rene's mini ones, so after the dentist we headed off to get the "stuff" to make our culinary delights. When we got name after our shopping trip we could not be bothered to start cooking then so we just chilled in the garden with a couple of drinks. ...
... of modules which challenge our concepts as teachers! Hope you enjoyed reading this....if you’re thinking of doing an exchange, contact the exchange office - they were super helpful when I was considering this experience!
... swim and realize that they can be next to me next time I will swim.... Urgh! Something I have seen is that here is kind of the same birds as in Sweden but they're in an other shape. Like swans, in Sweden they are white and here they are black. And the Swedish doves, here they are *host* "just" half eter tall and have a huuuuge beak. Really scary when they coming close to me, feels like they are gonna stab that huge beak through me ...