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    You can visit the www.tulipfestival.com.au/
    Visit Cape Shank over 5 years ago

    Answered by Ewan ARNOLDA via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    We were there for a week in 2010...we only spent 1 night in Melbourne and hardly saw any of it. We rented a camper van and saw the penguins and koalas on Philip Island and then took 2.5 days to drive the Great Ocean Road, which is full of beautiful scenery and landscapes. over 5 years ago

    Answered by iPadNomads via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Oh yes, a trip to the Great Ocean Road should be on your checklist =) We were there actually last year and the trip is fantastic. You are guaranteed to see koalas as well from their natural habitat =) There are actually a lot of companies offering eco tours that include a tour to the Great Ocean Road. If you want something that's really thrilling, you should find an agency that offers Melbourne Balloon Flights. Balloon flights in Melbourne are weather dependent and your route will be determined by the winds. Your balloon may fly over Melbourne's CBD, which is laid out in a large rectangular grid like pattern on the northern banks of the Yarra River. Alternatively, your Melbourne balloon flight may head over the inner suburbs, parks and gardens to discover why Victoria is labeled the Garden State.

    And lastly, explore the coasts. Australia boasts beautiful shore lines and you can't miss out the beaches really. You should try St. Kilda. It's near the city centre, really accessible and the view is amazing.

    And oh, in your travel, don't forget comfortable, low-heeled shoes, like our favorite espadrilles. These days,they are really handy , not only for the countryside, but also for sightseeing along cobblestone streets and long beach walks. And if you are in quest for come comfortable shoes, I usually buy flats from http://lasambucalifestyle.com/en/30-espadrilles , they also cater to men fashion if you are a man posting ;) I hope this helps :) over 5 years ago

    Answered by Sara Tagami via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Suggest you go to the Tourist Information booth in the Bourke Street Mall and get brochures on Phillip Island, The Great Ocean Road, the Grampians, the Dandenong Ranges, Healesville Wild Life Sanctuary, the Yarra Valley wineries......etc. You could catch the 109 tram to Port Melbourne then walk 4-5 km along the beach path to St Kilda and catch another tram from there back to the city. over 5 years ago

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    A day trip to the Great Ocean Road is terrific. over 5 years ago

    Answered by Gabetrotter via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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