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a presentation highlighting the best places to visit in Australia. filled with photos and information about great places to see, do, eat and stay.
Group Project, Swinburne university.

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    1. 1. Group members: Kate Gosnell, KelliePennisi, Rachel Benson, Katrina Lee, KarenCalderwood
    2. 2. City, beach, shopping and more
    3. 3.  Botanical Gardens:Located near the centre of Melbourne, the gardenscontains over 10,000 species of plants.Melbournes botanical gardens are considered asone of the best in the world. It offers naturalbeauty as well as facilities such as the giftshop, cafe and tea rooms.
    4. 4.  Great ocean road:known as victorias most scenic roadway!This drive includes views of beautifulbeaches, towns, lighthouses and thefamous twelve apostles.
    5. 5.  Williamstown:Is surrounded by the maritime industry torepresent the towns heritage. There aregroups of old businesses as well as some ofthe best waterfront sea food restaurants, witha view of the harbour and the city. Is a placerich in Melbournes art and culture.
    6. 6.  City circle tram:This tram travelsall around thecity and is afree/convenientway to getaround. Allowspeople to enjoythe sites all daylong!Free tourist tramthat arrives every12 minutes, tocomplete a loopof the city takesabout 48 mins.
    7. 7.  Luna park:Melbournes Luna park has amazingly beenrunning for 100 years now! The parkincludes rides, food and a world famousrollercoaster. Perfect for the whole familyto enjoy.
    8. 8.  St Kilda beach:Has plenty of things to do! Has a boardwalkand a golden beach, historic buildings, greatrestaurants, lovely sunsets, cafes, bars. Islocated 6km from the city centre, has greatviews of port Phillip. Melbournes mostfamous beach.
    9. 9.  Crown entertainment complex:Found on Whiteman Street, it offers entertainmentsuch as liveshows, nightclubs, cafes, fireworks, bands, bowling,cinemas and gambling. It open 24 hours day. Crownis one of the worlds largest entertainmentcomplexes!
    10. 10.  The point:Known to have one of the best restaurant views inMelbourne, it offers classic meals and has acontemporary atmosphere. Overlooks Albert parklake and the city skyline.Hosts events such as mothers day,Christmas and Melbournes foodand wine festival.
    11. 11.  The Atlantic:A beautiful seafood restaurant, offering a deliciousmenu of fish, oysters and other shell fish. Alsooffers offer foods such as steak, pork, lamb andpoultry. A great dining experience!
    12. 12.  Vyve:A cosy cafe with localproduce and qualitycoffee, Vyve offersbreakfast and lunch.The food ishomely, fresh anddelicious. Includesbeef burgers totapas, as well as itsfamous vanilla slices.
    13. 13.  The Novotel Melbourne Glen Waverly:45 star rating. Features include 24 hourreception, gymnasium, bars, playground, indoor pool and sauna. In a convenient locationwith great staff and luxurious rooms.
    14. 14.  The Chancellor hotel:Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne4-star hotel, close to the city. 24hour room service, as well asbuffets and restaurants insidethe hotel. Great views androoftop swimming pool.Places to stay:
    15. 15.  Mantra on the park:Placed in a convenient position, surrounded withMelbournes bustling shoppingcentres, theatres, cafes and bars. Each roomincludes a balcony with great city and scenicviews. Includes great features such as easy accessto trams, close by the crown casino, Chinatownand airport. Spacious rooms overlooking theCarlton gardens.
    16. 16.  The Atlantic. The Atlantic, ocean to plate. Retrieval date: 1/5/2013. URL: City of Melbourne. Crown entertainment complex. Retrieval date: 5/5/2013. URL: Hooroo. Hotel grand chancellor Melbourne. Retrieval date: 2/5/2013. URL: 2011. St Kilda. Retrieval date: 1/5/2013. URL: Luna park. Luna park information. Retrieval date: 1/5/2013. URL: Leclub Accor hotels. Welcome to Novatel Melbourne on Collins. Retrieval date: 1/5/2013. URL: Mantra hotels. Mantra on the park Melbourne. Retrieval date: 1/5/2013. URL: Mantra group. Great ocean road. Retrieval date: 5/5/2013 URL: Official site for Melbourne Australia. Great ocean road. Retrieval date: 1/5/2013. URL: The point. Restaurant overview. Retrieval date: 6/5/2013. URL: Vyve café. 2012. VYVE. Retrieval date: 5/5/2013. URL: Wikipedia. 16/4/2013. Williamstown, Victoria. Retrieval date: 4/05/2013. URL:,_Victoria#Industry.2C_commerce_and_tourism Wikipedia. March 2013. Royal botanic gardens, Melbourne. Retrieval date: 2/5/2012. URL:,_Melbourne Wikipedia. April 2013. City to circle tram. Retrieval date: 1/5/2013. URL:
    17. 17.  Sunshine Coast Council. Retrieved May 5, 2013 from Mooloolaba just come as you are. Retrieved May5, 2013 from Alexia Purell. 2010. Top Sunshine Coast surfing spots.Retrieved May 5, 2013, from Sunshine Coast Region. Retrieved May 5, 2013 from Sunshine Coast. State of the Region 2012-31.Retrieved May 5, 2013 from
    18. 18. Come today and stay!
    19. 19. Botanic Gardens. Open for 150 years, these gorgeousgardens are often used as a wedding venue. Located inthe city centre, the garden is a gorgeous to visit for apicnic, eat at the cafe, or just a chance to relax.
    20. 20. Adelaide Museum. Adelaide’s museum is freeentry, providing no stress on additionalexpenditure. It houses many exhibits, bothset, such as Aboriginal heritage, as well everchanging exhibits.
    21. 21. Morialta Conservation Park. Located 10 kilometres north-east of Adelaide, this park is home to rugged bush land, agorge and waterfalls. Nice for a relaxing walk in thewilderness.
    22. 22. Monato Zoo. Safari bus tours are provided around an openrange park with the animals in their natural settings. Toursare worked around the feeding times and most active part ofthe animals day.Monato and Adelaide Zoo work in conjunction with each otherto provide cheaper ticket prices.
    23. 23. Adelaide Zoo. The second oldest Zoo in Australia, withmany exhibitions, including; Pandas, Snakes, Monkeys, anda nocturnal exhibition. The exhibitions are constantlyupgraded to provide a more natural setting for the animals.
    24. 24. Shopping. InAdelaide, shopping is one ofthe main things to do. Thereare many places to shop, withRundle Mall being the mainplace to go due to the range ofshops within the mall. Locatedin the heart of the city.
    25. 25. Chinatown. Chinatown is located on Grote Street, in theheart of the city. Open til late is a bonus and they don’tstare at you if you are eating on your own.
    26. 26. General Havelock Restaurant. Nothing fancy, but if youwant something familiar, such as, a good burger, fish andchips or a big, juicy steak, you are in luck at thisrestaurant.
    27. 27. The Botanic Garden Restaurant. As partof the Botanic Gardens, the BotanicGarden Restaurant is a restaurant with agorgeous view, the menu containsseasonal, ever changing foods, withAsian and Mediterranean influences.
    28. 28. Rendezvous Allegra Hotel. TheRendezvous Allegra Hotel provides5 star accommodation. Fantasticrooms and value for money. Thestaff are friendly and the needs ofthe patrons are professionally met.
    29. 29. Sebel Playford Hotel. The SebelPlayford Hotel is a 5 starhotel, close to Rundle Mall and theAdelaide Casino. This hotel featuresa 24 hour fitness centre with a spaand sauna, for all the fitness buffs.
    30. 30. The Adelaide Hilton. Possiblyone of the more expensivehotels in the city, the viewsare spectacular. 5 star ratingand fantastic customerservice.
    31. 31.  Adelaide pandas, 2013,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.46471029,d.aGc&fp=5245643c8a60cb5f&biw=1366&bih=622
    32. 32.  The virtual tourist, the people behind the places. 1994- 2013,or.r_qf.&bvm=bv.46471029,d.aGc&fp=7f8accd28873eeec&biw=1366&bih=622&
    33. 33. Kate Gosnell: MelbourneKellie Pennisi: QueenslandRachel Benson: Adelaide