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Yarra Valley Balloon Flight at Sunrise
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Yarra Valley Balloon Flight at Sunrise

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If you’re searching for an extra special experience, look no further than this sunrise hot-air balloon flight over Melbourne’s Yarra Valley—a perfect choice for couples. In an intimate group limited to 16 people, float over Yarra Valley vineyards at sunrise, when the landscapes look most magical. Plus, you can upgrade to include a sparkling wine breakfast and hotel transfers for a seamless experience.
$291.82 per adult
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Jeffry b wrote a review Jun 2020
Essendon, Australia5,880 contributions1,212 helpful votes
The Royal Exhibition Building is 150 metres (500 feet) long, making itf the largest heritage building in Australia. It ws built in 1879-80 for the Melborne International Exhibition, which was a showpiece for the wealth gold had brought to Victoria. The Centennial Exhibition in 1888 was even larger. The opening of the first sitting of Commonwealth Parliament was held here in 1901. Its an impresssive buidling and is still in frequent use today. The Royal Exhibition is to the north-east of the CBD, it easily accessible by public transport.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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KarenM1_10 wrote a review Apr 2020
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan691 contributions163 helpful votes
We took the City Circle Tram and then walked to get to this building. It was quiet a distance from our hotel and frankly not worth the trip. The building is beautiful and we saw a portion of the interior. However, when we were there they had an old car show that was taking place and had no interest in paying the admission. If you decide to visit, take a look at their calendar of events to determine what will be taking place when you visit. Keep in mind that it may take some time for the Tram to circle back for the return trip.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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dkevan2020 wrote a review Mar 2020
Madrid, Spain17 contributions2 helpful votes
I had the incredible luck to turn on one of the days when there were no other events on! Consequently the marvellous guided visit was very complete! Apart from being a beutiful building the commentary was fabulous - full of historic detail and amusing and curious anecdotes! I have visited quite a lot of UNESCO sites and the Royal Exhibition bBuilding rates among the best.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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CathyGri wrote a review Feb 2020
Newark-on-Trent, United Kingdom287 contributions113 helpful votes
Constructed for the Great Exhibition in the 19th century, this building is of a feat of architecture. It is not always open to the public but the day we visited Melbourne Museum, you could pay for a guided tour of the Royal Exhibition Building in the afternoon. Well worth a visit. The building houses exhibitions periodically so worth checking the calendar of events.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Zelda303 wrote a review Feb 2020
Blue Mountains, Australia32 contributions4 helpful votes
Such a lovely example of bygone architecture and the growing interest in the wider world in centuries past. We did not go inside and I'm not sure what happens there besides functions. But, beautiful and well-maintained exterior :)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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