7:45am AAT Kings Office – Corner Flinders & Russell Streets
7:05am Adara East Apartments
7:25am Adina Grand Apartments
7:15am Atlantis Hotel
6:50am Bayside Eden
6:50am Bayview on the Park
6:50am Como Hotel
7:20am Crown Metropol
7:15am Crown Promenade
7:20am Crown Towers
7:25am Crowne Plaza Hotel (at top of ramp)
7:05am Downtowner On Lygon
7:00am Hilton Southwharf
7:20am Hotel Sophia
7:30am Ibis Hotel Therry Street
6:00am Ibis Styles Kingsgate Hotel
7:00am Ibis Swanston Street
7:35am Intercontinental Hotel (Collins St Entrance)
7:25am Kings Street Backpackers
7:10am Langham Hotel
7:05am Magnolia Court
7:40am Mantra on Russell
7:20am Mantra on the Park
7:30am Marriott Hotel
7:10am Melbourne Short Stay Apartments
7:35am Mercure Grand on Swanston (Reception Desk)
6:55am Mercure Pullman Albert Park
7:10am Mercure Treasury Gardens
7:35am Mercure Welcome (Reception Desk)
7:10am Miami Hotel
7:35am Novotel Collins
6:40am Novotel St Kilda
7:35am Oaks on Market
7:25am Park Hyatt
7:05am Pullman on the Park
7:15am Radisson Flagstaff
7:40am Rendezvous Hotel
7:30am Rydges Melbourne
7:00am Seasons Botanical
7:15am Sofitel Hotel
7:20am Stamford Plaza
7:05am Travel Inn Carlton
7:05am Travelodge Docklands
7:10am Vibe Savoy
7:20am Windsor Hotel
7:00am YHA Metro (Corner of Howard & Courtney Street)
This was such an enjoyable tour for my daughter and me. The train was fun sitting with our legs outside the carriage and seeing the whole steam train as it went around corners. The views were pleasant of mountains, countryside and trees. We had morning tea and fed the birds at a stop on the way to Healesville. My advice is to wear long sleeves if you feed the birds as my bare arms were bleeding badly from the cockatoos sliding around on my arms and pushing each other. It was still a fun activity though. Healesville is lovely and we had a very nice volunteer who showed us around and helped us see as much as possible. Our main volunteer and some others we talked to were so helpful and enthusiastic about Australian wildlife and conservation. We also had time for lunch at Healesville. This was a pick up and drop off tour but they did try to encourage people to stay in town for dinner at the end of the tour so they didnt have to drop off at so many places during rush hour.
Such a fun day!
Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary was one of the top things we did on our entire vacation to Australia. All the volunteers were friendly, knowledgeable, and full of fun stories about the animals. I was amazed at how close we were able to get to the animals. It was a remarkable experience that I will remember forever. The Puffing Billy train ride was fun - more fun for children than me - although it was very crowded which made it difficult to see out the windows. All in all it was a good trip for the money.
Loved it! Enjoyed it every minitute of it!
This was our most disappointing tour. The steam train quite frankly was down right boring and there are better wildlife sanctuaries.
the driver/tour guide is not that great.
The train ride itself was really fun and you can dangle your legs out of the railings and enjoy the cold mountain air. The so-called traditional Australian tea before this ride is not really something to shout about. It was a messy affair of cold scones and very normal tea and they parked you at packed crumb-laden tables with strangers wherever there was space. The wildlife sanctuary tour is a good experience too but only if you haven't been to other wildlife parks before this one as it's rather small.
Puffing billy train is pretty cool! And the Healesville Sanctuary is great. Would recommend it to anyone looking out for a relaxed tour.
was a fun day. riding the train was a great experience and the park well kept. would recommend to anyone who likes animals