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Ballarat located at 105 km northwest of Melbourne is one of the largest inland cities of Victoria. The city has always been a tourist destination due to its Victorian era heritage that is known for its grand heritage buildings, statues and monuments, garlleries and gardens. The popular tourist attractions that are worth a visit include Sturt Street that features pleni of statue and monuments, Ballarat botanical gardens, Ballarat Victory Arch, and ballarat fine art gallery that oldest and most extensive collectionsof early Australian work. The city has several dance clubs, highly active live music and jazz scene. The city is also equipped with indoor stadiums and training centres for most sports and boasts sports like criket, basketball, australuan football, horseracing and the most popular among all is Marathon. The hotels in Ballarat offers range of good accommodation options. AsiaRooms provides you detailed information on some of the Ballarat hotels. We also provide online reservation facilties for the Ballarat hotels as well as other hotels of Australia. So hurry! Book your hotel and get best hotel deal with AsiaRooms.
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