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5 Apr. - 6 Apr.
Despite arriving as the COVID-19 epidemic was really ramping up, the staff was very helpful and upbeat. The only reason we gave 4 stars for the facility is because the internet connection in the room was poor. We were given the password for the lobby connection which worked well but was less convenient ...
2 Apr. - 3 Apr.
I was a bit disappointed with the lack of space in the room for luggage Only 2 tea bags and a hot fridge with the long life milk Food was beautiful All staff were very friendly Thank you
3 Apr. - 4 Apr.
The hotel it’s great, the breakfast buffet was great however the room service and lunch menu were not that good as I was following an strict vegetarian diet atm I couldn’t find any meals that I could or would like to eat . They need more variety of healthy options
While Victoria is dwarfed in size by most other Australian states, it still packs a punch. Terrain varies from the lush Dandenong Ranges to packed Melbourne streets. Stay along the coast or venture into Alpine National Forest; you’ll never run out of places to explore in this southern state. Just off shore from mainland Australia is Phillip Island, where a proud penguin parade marches up the sand at sunset—and you’re welcome to witness their daily trek.
Because it’s on the southern coast of Australia, Victoria doesn’t enjoy the toasty year-round temps afforded to places like Darwin or Brisbane. However, a visit to coastal VIC in the summer months to places like Port Fairy or Warrnambool means a daily high of up to 23 degrees C. Even in the mountains, summer highs reach about 20 degrees C. If you’re an avid skier, aiming to visit the region when opportunities for power are at their prime, visit the Australian Alps from June to September. These winter months also offer great deals on Victoria accommodation.
There is an abundance of things to see and do in Victoria, from the city sights of Melbourne to the scenic vistas offered up by a drive along Great Ocean Road. Make your way east, and you’ll soon be exploring Gippsland and Ninety Mile Beach. Small coastal towns welcome you to revel in their slow pace and stunning views. Car rentals in Victoria make it easier to investigate the full expanse, from the ribbons of sand to mountain summits.
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