The tour with David was worth every cent. The passion of guide for this city certainly added to the joy of the tour. Thank you!
Meet your guide in Federation Square and hear a brief introduction to Melbourne before setting out to discover the city.
During an around 2.5-mile (4-kilometer) walking tour, pass historic landmarks such as Flinders Street Station and Melbourne Town Hall, and listen as your guide tells you fascinating facts and entertaining stories along the way. See the lively Southbank district, enjoy views along the Yarra River, and learn about Australia’s passion for sport as you stop by the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Along the way, explore Melbourne’s famous laneways with boutique shops, atmospheric cafes, and historic 19th-century shopping arcades. With your guide on hand to offer recommendations and answer any questions, you can ask for tips on where to eat, drink, or shop during the rest of your stay.
After stopping to enjoy a tea, coffee, or hot chocolate at a local cafe, your tour ends back at Federation Square.
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Being a 1st timer in Melbourne I wanted to know what made it tick...?Why is it constantly one of the top citied in the world to live? It's not that old! Chris helped me understand what Melbourne is all about... the beauty, the passion, the...More
On a cold but somewhat dry winters afternoon we spent three hours in the company of Chris our guide who skillfully, knowledgeably and entertainingly gave us a great walking tour of Melbourne’s lanes and alleys. As well as giving us a colourful history of how...More
This tour was recommended by a friend. I booked online the day I arrived after a long flight, I immediately joined the 4 hr tour (good jet-lag tactic). It was an excellent, facinating tour which set the scene for my two week stay in Melbourne...More
Great tour with David. He was knowledgable, easy going and generally good company. We did the tour on our first day in Melbourne and it set us up for the remainder of our trip and we had enough knowledge to potter about the city and...More