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★ Guide to stay, see, eat & shop outside Melbourne ★
Melbourne Getaways is a vibrant guide containing over 220 reviews of accommodation, attractions, dining and shopping within a few hours' journey of Melbourne.
It covers Apollo Bay, Ballarat, Castlemaine, the Dandenong Ranges, Daylesford/Hepburn Springs, Geelong, the High Country, Phillip Island, Queenscliff, Woodend and the Yarra Valley.
Rather than attempting to be a comprehensive directory of these destinations, it's instead a diverse selection of places which author Tim Richards has personally visited, stayed at, eaten at or inspected over his years as a travel writer based in Melbourne.
The recommendations are designed to stimulate your appetite for some time away - a day, a weekend or even longer - in the beautiful countryside of Victoria, Australia.
(And if you enjoy this app, you may like to download the companion apps Melbourne Historical and Melbourne Literary)
★ About the Author ★
Tim Richards is a travel writer who lives in the city centre of Melbourne, Australia. A member of the Australian Society of Travel Writers, his work has appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world, as well as in Lonely Planet’s guidebooks. You can see extracts from his published work at www.iwriter.com.au. Tim also writes about travel every week in his travel blog Aerohaveno, at www.aerohaveno.com.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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