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Melbourne Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Enjoy the modern and diverse city of Melbourne a city famous for its culture and the arts. In this audio tour be captivated by the Flinders Street Station the largest market in the Southern Hemisphere and the Old Melbourne Gaol where the infamous Ned Kelly was executed. This vibrant city has a lot to offer including several fascinating museums and sport venues. You will also see St Paul's Cathedral the Immigration Museum the Koorie Heritage Trust Cultural Centre
From $20.00
 
Central Melbourne Walking Tour
"Federation Square locally known as Fed Square is one of the most ambitious architectural designs in Australia and covers an entire city block in Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD) blending both the cultural heritage of Melbourne with civic purpose. Here is where your city walking tour will commence with a brief introduction to the history of Melbourne. Follow Melbourne’s timeline from the original indigenous landowners to the immigration and migrant policies of the 1970s that shaped and formed the fabric of Melbourne’s rich culture. Wander the laneways are home to emerging and well-known local craftsmen and artisans. Soak up the atmosphere created by the café scene smell the aroma of coffee and spices
From AUD40.00
 
Melbourne City Sights Morning Tour with Optional Yarra Cruise
"Board your comfortable coach sit back and relax as your expert guide takes you on a 3.5-hour tour through Melbourne. See local landmarks and hear informative commentary about the city’s history and architecture. Drive along tree-lined Collins Street to take in the city's maj the Princess and Regent Theaters Melbourne Town Hall and Federation Square.Stretch your legs with time for a short stroll around the Royal Botanic Gardens an extensive stretch of exquisite greenery on the banks of the Yarra River. Visit Fitzroy Gardens and make an optional visit to tiny Captain Cook's Cottage which was dismantled brick by brick then shipped from England! Take in the bustling Queen Victoria Market
From AUD69.00

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Factory Outlets

There are lots of choices if you are a factory outlet shopper and lets face it, WE ALL LOVE A BARGAIN. Outlet shopping is not for you if you desire the latest new season fashion trends, but if you...
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Queen Victoria Market

The Queen Victoria Markets are the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere since the 1850's. As well as being a tourist destination it is a great place for locals to find souvenirs,...
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Melbourne Central

Ambiance sells Christmas decorations. It is an absolutely magical shop, oohs and aahs taking hold of you the minute you walk in the door. There's decorations for the tree, table, gorgeous little...
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Arcade shops

Looking for a unique gift, then the Royal Arcade may be the place to come as it's home to many interesting small shops full of items I hadn't seen elsewhere. One of the gift shops had some...
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Chadstone shopping centre

Chadstone Shopping Centre is known as Melbourne's Fashion Capital and is probably the largest shopping centres in Australia. You can get there quite easily by train/bus from the Melbourne CBD but...
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Food and Drinks

This little shop defies description. You have to be there. It is chockful of sweets and chocolates of every kind. Just try to go in and buy one item. You haven't got a hope. Most of the lollies can be...
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Clothing Stores

Jetty Surf is a shop that sells beach wear, surfwear and accessories. My wife and I were walking along Bourke street when their window display caught our attention. A huge white,green and blue wave...
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Bridge street

If you're up for a bargain, make sure you head to Bridge Road in Richmond. And when you've shopped til you're ready to drop, head to one of Bridge Road's many cafes for a hearty meal and a glass of...
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Markets

Christmases in Australia are special because they're just so at odds with all the European stereotypes that have grown up around Christmas festivities. Seafood barbies and family frolics on the beach...
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Department Stores

Myer is a favorite department store of ours when visiting Australia. Myers is similar to the Macy's department stores back in the U.S. They sell clothing, home goods, furniture, etc., anything a...
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Souvenir Collection

As usual my wife was searching high and low for fridge magnets and we came across a store called Souvenir Collection which served her purpose well. All the usual type of souvenir trash was on offer...
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Bourke street

Every Oz city devotes a street or 2 just for the sake of folks who want to exercise their shopping muscles. In Melbourne: It's Bourke Street. Here you will find everything under the shopping sun,...
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Chapel street

Retail never been so good; nor so colourful. Welcome to the alternative lifestyle precinct of Melbourne (or as one of my mates insisted, the gay and lesbian district)! Don't get me wrong - those...
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Souvenirs and Gift shops

A trip to the Melbourne Visitor's Center for some travel information became a shopping excursion as well. The Souvenir/Gift Ship area is chocked full of travel books, chiclren's books, stuffed...
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Top Hotels in Melbourne

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8 Whiteman St, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006, Australia
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1 Southgate Ave, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006, Australia
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187 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
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380 William St., Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
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1 Parliament Square, Melbourne, Victoria, 3002, Australia
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26 Southgate Ave, Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, 3006, Australia
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Top Things to Do in Melbourne

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Great Ocean Road

If you don't have a car you need to take a tour, most are about AUD 100, slithly cheaper without food, and i have seen a chinese agency having it for AUS 69. The tour i had started quite early (there...
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Phillip Island and Penguins

If you are very interested in wildlife like I am, do pay a little more and sign up for a guided penguin watching experience with a ranger. These private groups are kept small (about 10-15pp) and you...
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Queen Victoria Market

Hard to believe - There is more! I found old buildings along Victoria street which had been turned into shops. These two storey shops opened in 1887, and in 1884 the single storey shops were opened...
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Rialto Tower

The observation deck closed in 2009. A gleaming glass cigarette lighter ripped straight from the intro sequence of Dallas. It could only have been built in the 1980s. It was once the tallest building...
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Old Melbourne Gaol

This gaol was interesting because it provided a lot of information about the history of Melbourne. Many of the criminals mentioned inside had killed their partners through greed during the Gold Rush....
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Fitzroy Gardens

Located near Grey street in Fitzroy Gardens is a wonderful children's playground. I guess the centrepiece would have to be the 20 tonne sculpted concrete dragon that is 7 metres long and 3 metres...
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