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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
 
Trike Tour of Yarra Bend Park Melbourne for Two
"Explore Melbourne’s own Yarra River beyond the CBD and discover the greenery sights and rich history – there’s lots of it – of Melbourne’s Yarra Bend Park officially reserved in 1877 and consisting of over 600 acres. The boom trike is in leisurely cruise mode as you firstly pass the Royal Botanic Gardens and wind along the Boulevard through Richmond and then into the Kew and Fairfield area. Yarra B the boats and bird life - including the flying foxes. There are views of Melbourne above green treetops the Abbotsford Convent Collingwood Children’s Farm and numerous golf courses and majestic buildings before we return."
From AUD330.00
 
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

More Off The Beaten Path in South Melbourne

Wilsons Prom Wildlife

Besides great hill and beach walks of different lengths (and so much more) at Wilson's Prom, there's also the great wildlife - including these bold parrots who flew into our campsite for a free feed...
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Apr 12, 2003

Wilson's Prom

Wilson's Promontory is a really great National Park area a couple of hours east of Melbourne - easy to get there in a day from Melbourne but you'd want to spend more than a day there. There's...
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Apr 12, 2003
 
 
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Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)

One of the mopre controversial buildings in Melbourne. Opened in 2002, its usually refered to as the rust bucket! Personally, one of my favourite buildings, it is Melbourne's main centre for the...
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Shrine of Remembrance

The Shrine of Remembrance is Victoria’s largest and most visited War Memorial of National Significance and is one NOT TO BE MISSED. It is a landmark that I have been returning to since a child and I...
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National Gallery of Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria is a must visit in my opinion. FREE ENTRY to what I think is the BEST Art Gallery in Australia. There is an amazing array of permanent exhibitions that include ...
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Crown Casino

Disappointing! I didn't come here to win or lose money, I came here to see what it was like compared to others in the world. Opened in 1997, the entire complex covers approx. two city blocks,...
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Eureka Skydeck 88

It's the tallest building in Melbourne, putting the old Rialto Tower in the shade. It was also the tallest residential building when it was finished, but has since been surpassed. It's named after the...
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Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

South Wharf The Melbourne Exhibition Centre was opened on 14 February 1996 by the then Premier of Victoria - Jeff Kennett. I had to smile when I read it was commonly known as Jeff's shed! To me...
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Dizzydean

"Melbourne, Australia"
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"South Melbourne Beach"
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"My Next Birding Destination"
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