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Re: Need some advice from Aussie CR Members
« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2013, 07:02:00 AM »
Prices aren't too bad, a bit more than what I usually pay (about $250 per night), though the places I stay at are usuall owned by people who just rent it out as a holiday house, which is cheaper, and they give all the amenities, linen, towels etc as usual, plus they have a kitchen and fridge, microwave, oven, etc so you can cook also if you wish, I like to cook breakky so I can eat in my pyjamas.
Look up the surrounding areas, especially St. Helens, that's where I usually stay and it's literally 2 minutes drive to Binalong beach.
Oh did I mention you'll get to see a heap of native Australian animals, but watch out for the road kill.
Even at the bushy camping ground near the beach there's be wallabies jumping around and wombats.
Also Spirit of Tasmania will drop you guys off at devonport which is about an hour from launceston (one of the major cities in Tas), spend a night there, visit cataract gorge (Google it also), go for a swim at the pools at the gorge, go for a walk around the gorge and find free roaming peacocks..
Tasmania is an awesome place and I'm going back in January!

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« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2013, 07:02:00 AM »

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Re: Need some advice from Aussie CR Members
« Reply #16 on: December 02, 2013, 07:20:49 AM »
Prices aren't too bad, a bit more than what I usually pay (about $250 per night), though the places I stay at are usuall owned by people who just rent it out as a holiday house, which is cheaper, and they give all the amenities, linen, towels etc as usual, plus they have a kitchen and fridge, microwave, oven, etc so you can cook also if you wish, I like to cook breakky so I can eat in my pyjamas.
Look up the surrounding areas, especially St. Helens, that's where I usually stay and it's literally 2 minutes drive to Binalong beach.
Oh did I mention you'll get to see a heap of native Australian animals, but watch out for the road kill.
Even at the bushy camping ground near the beach there's be wallabies jumping around and wombats.
Also Spirit of Tasmania will drop you guys off at devonport which is about an hour from launceston (one of the major cities in Tas), spend a night there, visit cataract gorge (Google it also), go for a swim at the pools at the gorge, go for a walk around the gorge and find free roaming peacocks..
Tasmania is an awesome place and I'm going back in January!
I actually prefer staying at places where people rent out as a holiday house ... not only are they cheaper than staying at a hotel, they also provide a more customer friendly service as one gets direct contact with the owner who cares about his service rather than impersonal front office "professionals" in hotels who may or may not care about the customer ... also you get a very family oriented location. I will look up places in St. Helens ... thanks for the tip ... if you feel comfortable naming a place where you stayed, where I can refer your name, you can PM me ... but no issues if you are not comfortable with it.
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Re: Need some advice from Aussie CR Members
« Reply #17 on: December 02, 2013, 11:01:17 AM »
One more question: 
I have the CamRanger which is capable of Intervelometer capability, but I want a cheap back-up timer remote, just in case the battery in CamRanger runs out of juice ... Does anyone know a good camera store in Melbourne where they sell cheap remote timers for 5D MK III?
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« Reply #18 on: December 02, 2013, 04:29:27 PM »
Totally agree, you get to meet some lovely people that own those houses sometimes, one lady even gave us daily home made peanut butter cookies and her husband offered to shuck our oysters and gave us recommendations on places to go.. Though unfortunately I can't remember that place we stayed at but have a look at stayz.com.au cause that's where I usually book through anyway.
Also camera gear in Australia is expensive, I'd suggest buying your remote before you come..

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« Reply #19 on: December 02, 2013, 05:48:44 PM »
One more question: 
I have the CamRanger which is capable of Intervelometer capability, but I want a cheap back-up timer remote, just in case the battery in CamRanger runs out of juice ... Does anyone know a good camera store in Melbourne where they sell cheap remote timers for 5D MK III?
There is a congregation of camera stores in Elizabeth Street in the Melbourne CBD, between Bourke and Lonsdale Streets. Compare prices and then make them do you a deal, they are reasonably competitive. Always helps if you are purchasing more than one item. Ted's is probably the cheapest overall. Enjoy your trip.
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Re: Need some advice from Aussie CR Members
« Reply #20 on: December 02, 2013, 07:40:30 PM »
Hi Rienz, late, too busy with the dilbert stuff.

Although I haven't lived full-time in Aus for 35 years, my Family and I visited Melbourne a few months back for a week, I hadn't been back since my Army days, a looooooong time ago, loved the City.

Melbourne is just a wonderful City for Food, especially Asian Food, Old Buildings in the City Centre.

Our best couple of days was the drive down along the Great Ocean Road, lovely scenery, some great Photo Ops all along to the 12 Apostles, weather permitting also a great area for Night time Photography.

If your driving watch out for the Aussie "Round About's", Australia's answer to a set of traffic lights, Aussies all understand the system and drive through these things with gleeful abandon emulating Schumacher Clones, a loss of nerve half way around one of these is almost a guaranteed occasion for some choice Aussie vitriol ("get your license out of a Wheeties Packet you dopey Wanker ??", springs to mind), a visit to the Panel Beaters, or worse.

It's a Beautiful Country, truly hope you and your Family have a wonderful Holiday.
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« Reply #21 on: December 02, 2013, 09:50:38 PM »
The roundabout comment made me laugh.  Dslrdummy is right in that the actual rule is that the first vehicle into the roundabout has right of way but it's either ignored or not understood, so the practical application is that the car on the right is given priority.  Sometimes they come straight through at quite some speed, so be careful and have a good look but you'll get the hang of it.

I second the advice on bringing your gear, I have bought all my major purchases from the US or Hong Kong so you may be surprised at local prices. Just think of it in terms of the prices of our hotel accommodation and you'll get the idea.  It's all available, just not at US discount prices.

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« Reply #22 on: December 02, 2013, 10:07:55 PM »
I'll put in a plug for someone who helped my camera club out recently, Pele Leung - http://peleleung.com.  He does photo tours around Melbourne and surrounding regions.  Even if you're not a photo tour person, his website and itineries might give you a few ideas.

Otherwise, you're schedule looks fine.  Being a Queenslander who only travels to Melbourne for Melbourne Cup Day, I'm not the best person to say where you must go.  And chances are the places I find interesting from an Australian historical perspective - eg Melbourne Gaol, Ballarat and Bendigo are probably of little interest to international tourists.   But I'll add that Warnambool is a nice place to base yourself for one or two nights if travelling along the Great Ocean Road.  They also have an interesting shipwreck / laser show.
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« Reply #23 on: December 02, 2013, 11:21:32 PM »
Also camera gear in Australia is expensive, I'd suggest buying your remote before you come..
True ... I was shocked to some of the prices, in Australin online stores, almost twice that of USA ... I live in the middle east, where the prices are similar to that of Australia, so I always order stuff from USA, UK, Hongkong & Japan, as we only have to pay 5% customs for any imported items over $700, but we still need to pay minimum US$ 55 for shipping (for 3 to 5 days delivery) ... so even the cheapest timer remote, (assuming it costs around $25), will cost at least $80 (25+55) which is no longer worth it for such a small item ... so I don't mind paying around AU$ 50 for a cheap timer remote in Australia.
But I see on the net that Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 is being sold in Melbourne camera stores for $799 (and more importantly it is available) ... so I was planning on getting the Sigma + a cheap timer remote. Also, ever since the digital era began, I've only visited to 3 camera stores (as I buy everything online), so the prospect of actually going to a camera store is exciting for me.
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« Reply #24 on: December 02, 2013, 11:26:56 PM »
One more question: 
I have the CamRanger which is capable of Intervelometer capability, but I want a cheap back-up timer remote, just in case the battery in CamRanger runs out of juice ... Does anyone know a good camera store in Melbourne where they sell cheap remote timers for 5D MK III?
There is a congregation of camera stores in Elizabeth Street in the Melbourne CBD, between Bourke and Lonsdale Streets. Compare prices and then make them do you a deal, they are reasonably competitive. Always helps if you are purchasing more than one item. Ted's is probably the cheapest overall. Enjoy your trip.
Bunch of stores in one street, sounds exciting ... I'll be sue to visit them all. Thank you very much for the tip.
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« Reply #25 on: December 02, 2013, 11:59:33 PM »
Hi Rienz, late, too busy with the dilbert stuff.

 ;D ;D ;D ... yes that was quite a pleasant experience, that kept us all busy for a while  ;D

Although I haven't lived full-time in Aus for 35 years, my Family and I visited Melbourne a few months back for a week, I hadn't been back since my Army days, a looooooong time ago, loved the City.

Melbourne is just a wonderful City for Food, especially Asian Food, Old Buildings in the City Centre.

Our best couple of days was the drive down along the Great Ocean Road, lovely scenery, some great Photo Ops all along to the 12 Apostles, weather permitting also a great area for Night time Photography.

If your driving watch out for the Aussie "Round About's", Australia's answer to a set of traffic lights, Aussies all understand the system and drive through these things with gleeful abandon emulating Schumacher Clones, a loss of nerve half way around one of these is almost a guaranteed occasion for some choice Aussie vitriol ("get your license out of a Wheeties Packet you dopey Wanker ??", springs to mind), a visit to the Panel Beaters, or worse.

It's a Beautiful Country, truly hope you and your Family have a wonderful Holiday.
Ha ha ha "("get your license out of a Wheeties Packet you dopey Wanker ??", springs to mind)" ... LMAO  :)
I am somewhat of an "expert" at navigation roundabouts, as Qatar has a million of them ... my daily commute from home to work (17 kms / 11 miles one way) involves 9 roundabouts ... everyday I see at least a dozen guys drinking coffee with one hand and driving with the other trying to navigate through the roundabouts and lots of fender benders ... if I'm lucky I get to see able bodied people, with all their limbs intact, steering with their knees or feet (I am not exaggerating - this actually happens here). But it is still a lot better than the way people drive in my home country (India). By the way, I've posted a couple of youtube videos below of some unusual stuff that you can expect to see on Qatar roads on a regular basis.
If you have any photos from Great Ocean Road / 12 Apostles, could you please post them? I'd like to get some ideas/inspiration from your images, as you always post some awesome images. Thanks in advance.   
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« Reply #26 on: December 03, 2013, 12:02:08 AM »
The roundabout comment made me laugh.  Dslrdummy is right in that the actual rule is that the first vehicle into the roundabout has right of way but it's either ignored or not understood, so the practical application is that the car on the right is given priority.  Sometimes they come straight through at quite some speed, so be careful and have a good look but you'll get the hang of it.

Sounds just like how we navigagte roundabouts in Qatar ... so I should feel quite at home  ;D

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« Reply #27 on: December 03, 2013, 12:17:42 AM »
Hello all you Aussie CR members,

DAY 1 - Melbourne Zoo
DAY 2 & 3 - Lorne , Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay & Twelve Apostles
DAY 4 - Aquarium
DAY 5 - Dandenongs Ranges & Puffing Billy.
DAY 6 - City, Museum & a 1 hour sightseeing trip of the city on Harley Davidson
DAY 7 - 
DAY 8 -
Springvale & Chadstone - Shopping Centre
DAY 9 - Werribee Zoo - open range zoo
DAY 10 - San Remos & Nobies (philip Island)
DAY 11 -
DAY 12 -
Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary
DAY 13 -
DAY 14 -
DAY 15 -

Except for Day 2 & 3 (which had to be pre-booked due to season rush), all other activities can can be changed to any other day ... also, plan on making a day trip to Sydney (fliy out very early in the morning from MEL and fly back late night to SYD).

Thanks in advance

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Have you checked out something like this Australia pass?  I'm not affiliated with the group, but have had overseas visitors who have mentioned using something like this before.  It seems to have a lot of the things on it that you want to do.
http://www.experienceoz.com.au/australian-multi-city-attraction-pass/multi-city-attraction-pass?gclid=CPOx-cakk7sCFUkdpQodVRYAlA

I suggest taking a packed lunch/snacks with you everywhere you go in Australia as take out food here is expensive.

Day 4: Aquarium = you will not need a whole day for this.  1-1.5h at most as it is tiny.  To be honest I would skip it as it isn't really anything special that you can't find anywhere else in the world.  When I was in the USA I went to the Baltimore aquarium, which was far larger/better than what we have in Melbourne.

I live in the Dandenong Ranges and suggest taking your time and driving through it.  I would begin pre-planning some bush walks etc now as the place is quite large.

Day 9: Werribee Zoo - I highly recommend going on the small ute tour that the zoo has.  Went with the wife and they drove us up to Rhino's/Giraffes.

Day 10: Philip Island:  I have does the 3 park pass on the Island before.  It includes Penguins, Koala conservation and Churchill Island.  I suggest leaving Melbourne early in the morning and getting onto the Island and perhaps having breakfast there.  Not really sure there is anything worthwhile in San Remo.  Rhyll is a nice spot for lunch.  Cowes tends to get overcrowd during summer/holiday times so I tend to avoid it if I can.

I would also suggest a tour through the Yarra Valley vineyards.  My favourite pub (Toolangi Tavern) is in a town called Toolangi.  Usually head there for Chicken Parma when visiting the Yarra Valley or Healesville.  If you are in Healesville I would recommend visiting Buckley's Brewhouse - only open on weekends though.

I'll drop back into this thread later with a few more ideas when I think of them.

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« Reply #28 on: December 03, 2013, 12:26:55 AM »
Long time Melbournian lurker who decided to sign up after seeing this thread.
Awesome ... I'm glad my query got you to post your first one here ... welcome to CR.

Have you checked out something like this Australia pass?  I'm not affiliated with the group, but have had overseas visitors who have mentioned using something like this before.  It seems to have a lot of the things on it that you want to do.
http://www.experienceoz.com.au/australian-multi-city-attraction-pass/multi-city-attraction-pass?gclid=CPOx-cakk7sCFUkdpQodVRYAlA

I suggest taking a packed lunch/snacks with you everywhere you go in Australia as take out food here is expensive.

Day 4: Aquarium = you will not need a whole day for this.  1-1.5h at most as it is tiny.  To be honest I would skip it as it isn't really anything special that you can't find anywhere else in the world.  When I was in the USA I went to the Baltimore aquarium, which was far larger/better than what we have in Melbourne.

I live in the Dandenong Ranges and suggest taking your time and driving through it.  I would begin pre-planning some bush walks etc now as the place is quite large.

Day 9: Werribee Zoo - I highly recommend going on the small ute tour that the zoo has.  Went with the wife and they drove us up to Rhino's/Giraffes.

Day 10: Philip Island:  I have does the 3 park pass on the Island before.  It includes Penguins, Koala conservation and Churchill Island.  I suggest leaving Melbourne early in the morning and getting onto the Island and perhaps having breakfast there.  Not really sure there is anything worthwhile in San Remo.  Rhyll is a nice spot for lunch.  Cowes tends to get overcrowd during summer/holiday times so I tend to avoid it if I can.

I would also suggest a tour through the Yarra Valley vineyards.  My favourite pub (Toolangi Tavern) is in a town called Toolangi.  Usually head there for Chicken Parma when visiting the Yarra Valley or Healesville.  If you are in Healesville I would recommend visiting Buckley's Brewhouse - only open on weekends though.

Thank you very much for all the very useful tips ... I'll be sure to incorporate your tips in my schedule.

I'll drop back into this thread later with a few more ideas when I think of them.
I'd appreciate that very much. Thanks in advance.
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« Reply #29 on: December 03, 2013, 01:34:50 AM »
Hello all you Aussie CR members,

I am going on a 15 day vacation to Australia, to see your great country, starting mid December(during Christmas and New year) ... I'll be based at Melbourne and would like to make short trips to nearby areas. In addition to landscape, wildlife, city and architecture photography, I plan on capturing lots of time lapse footage (preferably where there will be lots of blue skies, clouds and clear night skies for star trail/time lapse.photography .. so, I'd like some advice on locations that you could suggest (I'll be with my 3 teen aged boys and only 1 wife  :) but I don't mind getting up really early for sunrise and get back home before the family is ready for sightseeing) ... anyway here is the plan so far ... with that in mind I'd like your advice on locations/times I should go to, your advice is highly appreciated:
DAY 1 - Melbourne Zoo
DAY 2 & 3 - Lorne , Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay & Twelve Apostles
DAY 4 - Aquarium
DAY 5 - Dandenongs Ranges & Puffing Billy.
DAY 6 - City, Museum & a 1 hour sightseeing trip of the city on Harley Davidson
DAY 7 - 
DAY 8 -
Springvale & Chadstone - Shopping Centre
DAY 9 - Werribee Zoo - open range zoo
DAY 10 - San Remos & Nobies (philip Island)
DAY 11 -
DAY 12 -
Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary
DAY 13 -
DAY 14 -
DAY 15 -

Except for Day 2 & 3 (which had to be pre-booked due to season rush), all other activities can can be changed to any other day ... also, plan on making a day trip to Sydney (fliy out very early in the morning from MEL and fly back late night to SYD).

Thanks in advance

Rien

Sorry I didn't see this sooner Rien.  I'm in Melbourne and can help you out a bit. 

If you are worried about getting shots of penguins at Phillip Island you can always ge some at St Kilda.  There is a small colony there and you can get quite close.  Photography is permitted so long as you don't use flash.

I have to go out now but I'll write more later
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