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Apartment in Richmond
Stylish and Quiet Apartment on Bridge Road
Have a drink on the balcony of this quiet, one-bedroom apartment and discuss the plans for the next day. Inside, enjoy open-plan living and an understated, modern style. The central location is ideal for exploring nearby theatres or shopping. Stylish desk and office chair if you feel like doing a little work. Very quiet and comfortable BRAND NEW apartment with everything you need within walking distance. Furnished with high end modern furniture and all the comforts to make your stay 5 stars. The apartment comes with high quality hotel sheets, super soft hotel towels, bathroom amenities i.e. soap, shampoo, conditioner, coffee maker and HD TV Complimentary NETFLIX access and Apple TV is available in living room. Cosy balcony which guests are welcome to use (smoking permitted). Very comfortable three seater Leather Lounge, Large television and surround-sound Bose system great for movies and entertaining. The apartment is VERY quiet considering the proximity to Bridge Road. Anytime Fitness Gym access available to guests staying min one month. This is an entire apartment listing and comes with many other comfort extras including smart lighting, exceptionally quiet aircon, speedy Internet and much more. During longer stays, the cleaner will clean through the apartment. This is at no additional cost. The day and time is flexible. Please advise if you would not like this service. Explore Richmond via one of the countless restaurants, cafes, bars, or concert and sporting venues. Enjoy window shopping (or real shopping) at galleries and shops offering all kinds of treasures for any taste. A 7 minute tram ride to the city. The building has a go get car you can book. If you're looking at hiring a car, sign up for a GoGet account before arriving into Melbourne. Public transport Melbourne's public transport is the easiest and best way to get around the city. Trams, trains and buses. Visit (URL HIDDEN) Buy a Myki smartcard for flexible travel between trains, trams and buses. You'll be able to use public transport in and around the city for just a few hours or all day. Plan your trip, buy or top up your Myki card online and download maps and timetables from Public Transport Victoria, the one-stop shop for information about travelling on public transport (ph(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)). Night Network From 1 January 2016, Melbourne's Night Network trial commences, providing 24 hour public transport on weekends with all night trains and trams, late night buses, and a 2am coach service to key regional centres. For more information about Night Network and specific services, visit Public Transport Victoria. Night Bus The Night Bus is a revamped and improved night time bus service, replacing NightRider services in 2016. The Night Bus network operates on Fridays and Saturdays along ten Night Bus routes, departing every 30 minutes from six safe locations in the central city. Visit Public Transport Victoria for maps, timetables, tickets and route information. Melbourne Visitor Shuttle The Melbourne Visitor Shuttle is a great way to explore inner city Melbourne. Ride in comfort while listening to stories about the city's colourful past and current quirks. The shuttle bus operates daily (except Christmas Day), departing every 30 minutes from 9.30am to 4.30pm. The full trip takes approximately 90 minutes and includes an informative on-board commentary. There are 13 stops where you can hop on and hop off while you explore the diversity of inner city Melbourne. An adult ticket for up to two days is $10; children nine years and under are free. City Circle Tram The City Circle Tram is a free service around central Melbourne taking passengers past some of Melbourne's major attractions. Visit Public Transport Victoria for timetables and a route map. Bike Share Bike sharing is a great way to get around the city as an alternative to driving. It's also healthier and more sustainable. The first ten docking locations of the Melbourne Bike Share scheme are now available, with 100 bikes in service and more to come. Car sharing Car sharing services provide cars on demand, for rent either by the hour or by the day, and no parking hassles when done. There are two cars for rent on the property. Visit goget car rental and arrange an account before your visit. Remember to book a vehicle before your stay. (URL HIDDEN) Taxis There are many designated taxi ranks across the central city. The City of Melbourne also manages Safe City taxi ranks which provide a safer environment for both passengers and taxi ranks. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) 13 cabs. Street parking available.
$81 per night
Condo in Box Hill
Modern & Cosy 2 Bedrooms Units with Balcony
Enjoy a modern, clean and fully equipped new apartment in the heart of vibrant Box Hill. Just 5 minutes walk to restaurants, dining, cafes, shops, market, and all public transport (bus, train, tram). Plenty of public parking spaces surrounding the area for easy access and shared guest parking space on premise. Equipped with fast broadband internet, 50" Flat Panel TV, and a dedicated computer/working desk. Perfect place for couples, business travellers, and families (with kids).
$120 per night
Cottage in Richmond
Lemon Cottage: Sunny Urban Retreat
Welcome to Lemon Cottage, your cute-and-also-fabulous urban retreat. A lemon flavoured settler’s cottage in the heart of buzzing Richmond, in the world’s most loveable city. You’ll probably want to move here. Spacious and bright, with beautiful high beamed ceilings. Only a lemon’s throw from Melbourne’s most delicious cafes and restaurants, the MCG, AAMI stadium, HiSense and Rod Laver Arena, and only 20 mins walk through gardens to Melbourne CBD.
$164 per night
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