Tag Archives: Melbourne

Australian National Aviation Museum

  Located in Moorabbin, a suburb of Melbourne is the Moorabbin Air Museum or Australian National Aviation Museum. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays, it is very reasonably priced at $10 AUD for adults and $5 for kids it is staffed and … Continue reading

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Elsternwick Golf Course

A public golf course of nine holes in suburban Elsternwick, Melbourne on the corner of Glenhuntly Road and Nepean Hwy. (not far from St Kilda and Brighton). It is quite pretty, with plenty of mature trees, some small rivers and … Continue reading

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OzComicCon at Melbourne 2014

Held in the historic Melbourne Exhibition Buildings in Carlton this was truly a nerd’s paradise or a teenage kid’s playground. Book your tickets online, 15% discount and we skipped a two hour queue at the entrance of the exhibition. Kids … Continue reading

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Melbourne City Walking Tour

I discovered a free walking tour of Melbourne,  so one winter’s day decided to try it out. “The Melbourne Free Tour is a three hour walking tour around one of the most culturally captivating cities in the world. Follow the story of Melbourne from … Continue reading

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Sunset at a suburban football ground

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Kryal Castle, Ballarat. (Perfect for kids)

An hour or so out of Melbourne, on the way to Ballarat, is a medieval castle called, Kryal Castle. A replica, of course, since Australia does not have a medieval history involving European castles. 🙂 But this replica castle is … Continue reading

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NYE along the Yarra River in Melbourne

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The MCG Stadium

The ‘G, as it is affectionately known as, is probably one of the largest and greatest sport stadiums in the world. MCG stands for the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It was built in 1853 and besides being the home of cricket and footy … Continue reading

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Trekking the You Yangs

Not far from Melbourne is a neat little regional park on a couple of granite outcrops. The rest of melbourne is mainly lava plains, so very flat. these rocks stick out. Couple of trails go up the peak, around the top … Continue reading

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Hot Air Ballooning over a Melbourne Sunrise

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