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Traveling to Melbourne, Australia

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I'm making a trip to Melbourne to see my hubby. He has moved from Sydney to Melbourne and living with his sister, therefore no privacy at all. I have never been to Melbourne, so I'm looking for advice on where to stay (preferrably a clean, on a budget type of place) and what part of the city to stay in, tourist atttactions and such. I plan to travel the first week in May and staying for 9 days.

Thank you! :dance:

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Look around StKilda beach area as thats just a tram ride to the city and your right by the beach should you be going in the next few weeks - come winter....you may not want a beach but the restaurants down there are still good.

Totally suggest as an alternative DOCKLANDS...There are many attractions, trams, great railroad - little walk to casino...but I love Docklands...we stayed at the apartments right next to the Dome (footy stadium) about 80 bucks a night...and you can cook in them....but BOOK NOW AS THEY BOOK UP QUICK WHEN A GAMES ON....

Docklands is a walk to city as well....

aawwww wish I was going....I was born in Melbourne so I know it well....(a drive to Inverlock may be something you cld do = drop in and see philip island and the penguins)

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Look around StKilda beach area as thats just a tram ride to the city and your right by the beach should you be going in the next few weeks - come winter....you may not want a beach but the restaurants down there are still good.

Totally suggest as an alternative DOCKLANDS...There are many attractions, trams, great railroad - little walk to casino...but I love Docklands...we stayed at the apartments right next to the Dome (footy stadium) about 80 bucks a night...and you can cook in them....but BOOK NOW AS THEY BOOK UP QUICK WHEN A GAMES ON....

Docklands is a walk to city as well....

aawwww wish I was going....I was born in Melbourne so I know it well....(a drive to Inverlock may be something you cld do = drop in and see philip island and the penguins)

Thank you so much. I really appreciate the info. :thumbs:

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