Quest Sanctuary Lakes

Address: 9 Greg Norman Drive, Point Cook, Victoria, 3030, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 9 Greg Norman Drive, Point Cook, is near RAAF Museum and Point Cook Homestead.
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      Home safe and sound.

      A travel blog entry by whibj on Jul 10, 2014

      9 comments, 4 photos

      We arrived home this evening after the 12 hour leg from Paris to Singapore followed by a little over one hour in Singapore then a 7 hour flight to Melbourne. Interestingly there were two families associated with Brad's school, Grimwade House, on the flight, one current and one former, the Renzellas - good to chat with them in the departure lounge! Both flight sectors went well with just a little sleep. We touched ...

      On our way

      A travel blog entry by ngjordan on Jun 15, 2014


      We departed Melbourne on time at 7.35pm, on Qantas flight QF9, the Airbus A380 daily flight to London via Dubai. It was a smooth flight over South and Western Australia, and we left the Australian coastline at Karatha, south of Broome in WA. Our flight had us flying over the Southern Indian Ocean, the Sri Lanka and Southern India, before heading over Oman in Jordan, and on into Dubai, arriving 2.50am local ...

      Discovering more treasures in Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by ostrowski on May 17, 2014

      7 photos

      ... After a relaxing breakfast where there was even time to read a newspaper we headed over to Southbank along the Yarra River. The area again has it's share of restaurants and shopping. The shops here were high end. Southbank is also home to the Crown Hotel which houses the local Casino. The interior was truly sparkling. Everything is mirrored and glass. At home ...

      From Tasmania to Melbourne

      A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Mar 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... Melbourne. The Protestant powers of the day would not allow the Catholics to build in the town center, the so they built St. Patrick's just outside the town center and we are enjoying the view of their beautiful architecture.

      The group dined at Cumulus Up. This contemporary restaurant close by our hotel served many dishes "family style" to our table - with 14 people this was quite a feast, including large platters of roast lamb.

      Why I am here :-)

      A travel blog entry by ditzyblond on Feb 01, 2014

      ... in a situation I never thought I would be in. My boyfriend is not only half way round the world but has limited times when he can call or email me. Because of this, I find myself going for long periods of time without speaking to him on the phone which has resulted in my craving the sporadic emails I get each week. Good old face book is not helping the situation either. They feature it has, the one where it tells you exactly when ...