Why choose a
SilverDoor Shepparton apartment?
What is a serviced apartment?
A serviced apartment offers a unique combination of
hotel quality services with the space and privacy of private rented accommodation.
Removing the inflexibility of a hotel room, and the busy trappings of a hotel
building, a serviced apartment is peaceful, private and offers maximum
flexibility to our corporate clients. They offer the best of both worlds in
terms of first class service and home from home settings. Some of the benefits
of our apartments include:
Serviced apartments offer exceptional value for money when compared with hotel
suites offering similar space and features. Not only is there a saving on
nightly cost comparison, there are further price reductions when tax savings
are applied on longer term stays – making our apartments ideal for relocating
colleagues in need of temporary long-stay accommodation while awaiting a
A flexible living
space. With no scheduling restrictions or curfews found at hotels, a serviced
apartment allows for personalised living. The homely personal space and luxurious
rooms (with fully equipped kitchen) means you adhere to your own schedule
entirely – which is ideal when working around busy business appointments. Each
apartment offers separate areas for cooking, resting, socialising and working,
meaning you can choose to stay in or eat out with ease.
Luxury services. Many
of our apartments come with included optional services included in the price
(or for an additional fee), due to their location within designated apartment
buildings. These can include on-site gymnasiums and swimming pools – for those
who wish to maintain a fitness regime on their travels – conference rooms,
parking, cinema rooms, as well as use of restaurants and bars. These services
enhance the comfort of your stay and provide yet more flexible options to take
advantage of after a busy day.
What do I need to know about staying in Shepparton?
Located in northern Victoria, Australia, Sherpparton
is low population city which comprises just over 50,000 residents and is 112
miles northeast of Melbourne.
Shepparton is connected to nearby Mooroopna by the
Peter Ross-Edwards Causeway. The city itself is located at the junction of the
Midland Highway and Gouldburn Valley Highway.
If flying to Melbourne, a twice daily bus service runs
from the airport to Shepparton, whereas Shepparton railway station connects the
city to Melbourne.
With the best weather occurring from December till March,
Shepparton has hot and clear summers which can reach over 100F. Winters are
cold and cloudy, with temperatures dropping to 32F. Generally as you would
expect in this part of Australia, there are prolonged hot and dry periods.
What else is Shepparton known for?
Although its main industries are in agriculture,
Shepparton is home to a production facility belonging to the country’s largest
processor of canned fruits, SPC Ardmona. This business processes fruit from
largely local suppliers. Other large manufacturers in the area include
Campbells Soup and Pental. Shepparton serves as a major centre for civic
services, with most of the area’s emergency response facilities based there.
Originally inhabited by the indigenous Yorta Yorta
people, a permanent settlement in the former of ‘Tallygaroopna’ sheep station was
established in the area in the 1840s. In 1843 the station was run by Sherbourne
Sheppard, whose name would influence the city’s name. The area was officially
declared a township in 1860, with the local railway reaching the town in 1880
which was followed by a more rapid expansion.