Prices are steep in Cronulla, even worse in manly
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29-04-2016 23:29 #21
29-04-2016 23:34 #22
Yeah we will share the drive and stop. Also my Dh is a truck driver so used to driving 9hr+ days with stops.
30-04-2016 05:36 #23
Here is the cheapest one I could find with the dates you gave
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30-04-2016 08:47 #24
30-04-2016 09:01 #25
30-04-2016 09:28 #26
30-04-2016 09:55 #27
Melbourne to Sydney
Rockdale is perfectly safe. I'm not sure what is meant by seedy. I mean, it's not a tourist attraction at all but if it is the only place within your budget then there's nothing wrong with staying there. It is close to drive to the city and close to city on public transport and has a train station that has frequent trains.
30-04-2016 10:19 #28
Thanks, BigRed, I've put requests in at various places around there and Cronulla.
We will probably see harbour bridge, zoo, manly beach and do some other day and beach trips. We'll just be at room to sleep and afternoon swims in the pool I guess.
Elijahs mum, thanks heaps for your input. I wish our budget was higher! We can't wait to visit the nice beaches!
30-04-2016 10:29 #29
Melbourne to Sydney
( that apartment looks ok but it's in a huge complex of hundreds of apartments and again sort of no where around where you would go walking at night to find family friendly restaurants, it's just not really a holiday type of place if that makes sense!)
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30-04-2016 10:55 #30
So...I was just talking to this really nice lady from Flight centre, who is from Sydney and she mentioned that it would be better to stay somewhere that has easy access to city/beach as the roads can be congested/difficult and also public transport is a better option.
So she's going to look for accomodation in Coogee for me. So we'll see what she comes up with!
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