Dandenong Motel Melbourne

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

Up the Dandenongs

A travel blog entry by anelson_82 on May 14, 2014

... of the cars rushing past.

I make my way to the infamous Miss Marples café so that I can at least dry out with a decent pot of tea, only to be told that because I’m on my own it’s going to be a 45 minute wait until they can seat me. The ruddy cheek of it! I’ve been standing in line for 15 minutes just to be told I have to wait another 45?! Scandalous! I walk out in a huff only to come face to face with a young Chinese ...

Aussie Land and A Penguin Parade!

A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Apr 20, 2014

2 comments, 45 photos

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I was able to Skype with my mom as my sister was visiting my mom back in Collingwood, and so it was nice for my cousin to visit with her Auntie, she has not seen in so many years.

We visited Point Nepean National Park. It has a rich history of shaping the early settlement, quarantine and defense of Victoria, and is at the very tip of the Mornington Peninsula. It contains the military forts and tunnels, and a ...


A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Mar 18, 2014

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... today. We learned that the members of Victoria's inaugural Parliament in 1856 were the first in the world to be elected by secret ballot and Victoria's women were instrumental in beginning the woman's right to vote establishing the Victorian Women's Suffrage Society in 1884.

We stopped to view the original ANZ Bank building, a landmark of architecture, craftsmanship and design as well as an example of how banking was conducted ...

Champion Cock Up!

A travel blog entry by hjc on Feb 21, 2014

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... some boxing pads and found a stray basketball in the park... So our portable gym is coming along just fine.

We've decided to pause the job hunt for a **** up. We've been stressing about jobs, applying, handing out C.Vs for a solid week, and have forgotten why we're here. So we're gunna have a giggle tonight. Some 'White Night' event is on. Looks like a big Melbourne celebration weekend! Parades and music! And BOOZE. Alright then.

Australia Day Weekend

A travel blog entry by dlake on Jan 28, 2014

3 comments, 34 photos

... when three days later on December 16, 1912 my grandma Eleanor was born! This old fashioned carnival has the longest continually operating roller coaster in the world. It is located in the historic St. Kilda district of Melbourne. It was a great evening out and the kids got their money's worth out of their unlimited ride bracelets.

On Saturday we traveled to Scienceworks, Melbourne's version of the Telus World ...