32 comments on “(Myriads Of Melbourne, Home Of Vegemite!) : City Of “4 Seasons In A Day”; Australian Ranch Lifestyles In Churchill Island & Penguin Parade In Phillip Island; Queen Victoria Market Shopping; St. Kilda Beach Retreats; The Great Ocean Road With 12 Apostles; “King Tutankhamun Golden Age” Exhibition In Melbourne Museum & Royal Exhibition Building-Carlton Gardens; Melbourne Aquarium; Night Rendezvous Along Yarra River – (OY! AUSSIE!)

  1. Witness the rugged splendour of the famous 12 Apostles, magnificent rock stacks that rise up majestically from the Southern Ocean on Victoria’s dramatic coastline.
    Created by constant erosion of the limestone cliffs of the mainland beginning 10-20 million years ago, the stormy Southern Ocean and blasting winds gradually eroded the softer limestone, forming caves in the cliffs. The caves eventually became arches and when they collapsed rock stacks up to 45 metres high were left isolated from the shore. View the 12 Apostles at sunrise and sunset as they change colour from dark and foreboding in shadow to brilliant sandy yellow under a full sun.

  2. Tony : Yes, thanks!

    Mitch : awwh really? Well, apparently YES! 🙂

    Nazri & Aizat : boleh…sekarang ni ada Air Asia…everybody can fly!:)

    Queen Victoria : very enchanting! I enjoyed savouring the beautiful landscape of 12 Apostles! Indeed a Great Ocean Road 🙂

    Veela : YES!

    托福補習班 : aite! Thanks for the comment 🙂

    Matsuri : glad I am able to help 🙂

    Krishy : I did! How I wish I can go there again..one day… 🙂

  3. Let me be straight with you. I don’t necessarily think that Melbourne is the most beautiful city in the world. It is after all hard to beat a Sydney city harbour !

    But boy, where do you find a city where there is so much to see and do ?
    Events like Formula 1, Australia Open, the comedy festival, Melbourne Cup Day, AFL Grand Final and many other cultural or entertaining events are being held all year round.
    Whenever you are here, there is always something fun happening !

    And I haven’t even started about the amazing choice in different restaurants. A melting pot of cultures and nationalities, Melbourne brings together spices and flavours from all over the world !

  4. came across your site while seeking info abt our plan journey to melbourne this nov 12′.
    Can i ask, is it possible to go to Phillips island( to see penguin parade, churchill island heritage farm & koala reservtn ctr) on the same day with a journey to 12apostle?
    mmg se jln ker camner ek?
    sy bygkan cmnie, dr mlbn city cbd pepagi buta abt 6am cmtuh drive terus ke 12apostle, then snap2 gmbr sket, continue to philip island utk tgk koala rsvtn ctr,penguin suma tuh?n drive back to mlbn city aftr finishd with penguin parade?
    camtuh ke route dia?
    if u were to allocate time, agak2 kul brape kmi akn smpi blik ke city?
    Since I akn trvl with 3kids (6, 4 and 1 yrs old) takut dorg lepak plak nk lalu journey cmnie?
    what’s ypur advise? thanks!

    P/s: nice reading your blog!

  5. Murni : Thanks for the compliments. I tak sure if you are planning to drive it by yourself. If that’s so, time can be flexible la kot…tapi we went there via package with Gray Line Bus…it was informed that perjalanan 12 Apostle lebih kurang satu hari. sebab stretch dia sangat panjang….from the beginning till Port Campbell tu….begitu jugak dengan Philip Island..rasanya time is 3 hours from melbourne for 12 apostle and around 1 hour and half for Philip.. tapi saya pun dah tak ingat…

    Nak lebih senang buat macam what my family did. as soon as we landed at airport, pegi kat concierge dia…dia ada offer package kat situ…meeting point kat depan federation Square flinders street tu je… 🙂

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