Dandenong Motel Melbourne

Address: 147 Princes Highway , Dandenong, Victoria, 3174, Australia | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 147 Princes Highway , Dandenong, is near Ritidian Point, Myer, Myuna Farm, and Dandenong Market.
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Travel Blogs from Dandenong

A bit of a catch up

A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Feb 04, 2015

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... for anything. I was hoping to send this home but instead it had to pay for accommodation. We searched and searched for accommodation and even gave in to the fact that we would have to look at hostel. It's only when looking for accommodation that you realise just how expensive Australia is. 3 dollars difference a night between sharing a room in a hostel or having a room in an ibis!! I cannot get my head around how expensive dirty, ****** hostels are here. Some I've seen I ...

Still working

A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Dec 15, 2014

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... the hotel and the casino. We stood there for about 10 minutes taking in the grand decorations. The huge Christmas tree, the over sized baubles, the oversized snowflakes. It did look really festive and was really pretty. Every half an hour the decorations come to life. The tree changes colour and each of the big baubles open up and reveal moving parts which relate to a specific Christmas song. It was really lovely and the children were really enjoying it. Santa walked though at ...

Dandenong Forest

A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Oct 25, 2014

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... for a walk through the forest and could hear them calling as we went but had no more close up sightings.

The path led to Sherbrooke Falls between tree ferns, sassafras and mountain ash, some of them up to 200 years old; the trees were most impressive, unlike the falls themselves which should really have been called Sherbrooke Trickles with the lack of flowing water. No matter, the way was very attractive and we could hear the screaming ...

North Fitzroy, perhaps

A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Aug 25, 2014

1 comment, 23 photos

Our Tiger-air flight lands at 16.45 and we swiftly grab a cab to North Fitzroy (or possibly Brunswick, who knows) and our Air bnb granny flat accommodation for the next 4 days. It's actually like a converted shed type area at the bottom of someone's garden, and quite far from the city and actual Fitzroy but it's comfy and clean what more can you need?

Dinner is a delicious pair of crumpets, avocado on toast and English breakfast tea - yes we're ...

Leaving on a Jet plane

A travel blog entry by my40thtrip on Jun 27, 2014

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Just a couple of tears at the airport but it was not a long stay before I was behind the big silver door... Those doors you watch people leave on adventures just wishing it was you... Well this time it was me. The flight to Bangkok was pretty I eventful except I sat next to a fascinating lady. She was on her way for her annual archeological dig in southern Israel. While ...