Quality Suites D'Olive
454 Point Cook Road
Point Cook, VI 3030
Phone: (61) 3 83765300
Fax: (61) 3 83765350
Point Cook Flying Club was set up as an association to promote military aviation. The club regularly conducts workshops and courses for every student, junior and flying member.
The RAAF Williams - Point Cook Base is regarded as one of the oldest airfields in the world. Military and air-force training are usually conducted at the venue. It also houses the RAAF museum and the Point cook Flying Club.
Way Out West Roots Music Club is a not-for-profit organization that was founded to support music and musicians. This club provides patronage to live music and ensures that one and all enjoy cool concerts and other music-related events. As a part of its mission, this music club hosts live music concerts, workshops, musical soirees and similar other gigs, throughout the season. For details about the club membership and its schedule, please check its website.
Soar above Melbourne's skyline in your very own chartered plane. Ideal for those seeking a special experience or visitors with only limited time for sightseeing. Flights range from 15 minutes, which takes in the city skyline, beaches and botanical gardens, to two hours, an ultimate experience flying over the coast and enjoying lunch at Sorrento. Tailored trips are also available. The seaplane can take up to three adults and one child. Bookings are strongly recommended, especially on weekends and public holidays.
Phoenix Youth Centre is an important youth facility that caters to youngsters between the age group of 12 to 25 years. Here, they can meet people from their age groups and bond over common likes and hobbies. Facilities like rehearsal spaces, auditorium, computer and internet access, an art gallery and other service are made available to them, so that they can develop their talent further. Apart from that, it also offers supportive services like counseling, personal guidance and so forth. For more details, check website.
Quang Minh Temple is located in the picturesque suburb of Baybrook. Built by Vietnamese Buddhist immigrants in Victoria, lead by venerable Thích Tắc Phước, the congregation associated with this place dates back to the 1980s. Embodying its name, which means 'bright light', it continues to show the way to the followers of Buddhism in Australia. This temple is also the venue for the annual Quang Minh Tet festival.
The Waterfront City may not help you escape the hustle and bustle of the city, but nevertheless it's a fine establishment where everyone must drop by. Elegantly designed and well-maintained, the Waterfront City is an example of a dream infrastructure coming true. From fancy restaurants to plenty of shopping, this complex has it all. Not to mention the residential areas too. If you're a shopaholic or just a window-shopper, Harbour Town shopping center and the Designers House are the shopping hubs in this complex. The Waterfront City is at its best when the sun goes down as the lighting is simply classic and you cannot take your eyes off it.
Fancy dangling a line while you are in Melbourne? Well, the Elwood Angling Club might be able to help out. One of Victoria's oldest fishing organizations, it offers a range of programs and activities throughout the year.
St Columba's Primary School is a prominent primary school in Elwood that is known for providing fine education and activities. The school aims at molding young minds by teaching them self-regulation, co-operation, problem-solving and more through their curriculum and other innovative methods. The school is buzzing with myriad activities, fun and educative trips, workshops and so on, in order to make those wonder years memorable!
In recent years, St Kilda has undergone a revamp. The trendies have moved in and the more unbecoming street life has moved out. St Kilda is Brunswick Street by the water; a tight-knit community of actors and other artistic types. In St Kilda, the breeze is gentle and the pace of life one or two steps slower. It is a pleasure to meander through its shops, a collection of hip clothing, gift and homeware stores and even a visit to its popular Esplanade Market; one of the best places for one-off craft creations. If you cannot be bothered shopping, throw back a beer or two. When you think of St Kilda, you think of beach, not the most beautiful of beaches in Australia but Melbourne's most famous. Locals, backpackers and transients call St Kilda Beach their ‘home' and, once you discover its sunny appeal, so will you.
Designed by Denton Corker Marshall, this place is popularly referred to as "Jeff's Shed." Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre hosts large exhibitions and conventions. Spanning 30,000 square meters (322,900 square feet), this center is also an architectural masterpiece and is known for having an eco-friendly design.
Hubway is the busiest Internet café in St Kilda, where travelers catch up on what is happening at home and let family and friends know where they are and what they have been up to. There are 18 computers and booking is not necessary. There are also four phones and a fax, as well as a free scanning service.