Melbourne Sightseeing Food, wine, sports and arts is your introduction to the best of Melbourne from its creative, thriving city centre, to its buzzing neighbourhood hubs. Melbourne is the gateway to Victoria’s world-class wineries, breathtaking peninsulas, beautiful coastline and quaint villages. Embark upon a journey across the city with an informed local that can provide information that only a native Melburnian can offer. Check out the Melbourne sightseeing on this spread; and for regional sightseeing in the stunning Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road continue through the brochure to each relevant section.
Colonial Tramcar Restaurant
Dracula’s Cabaret Restaurant
These restaurants on wheels were the first travelling tramcar restaurants in the world, with the choice of lunch, early dinner or a late dinner. As you cruise the city streets of Melbourne you’ll enjoy a set menu of fine Australian cuisine and drink the very best of Australian wines.
How does a horror cabaret show with fleshy razor edge humour, dazzling costumes, great music, a ghost train ride, and a delicious three course dinner sound? Dracula’s is a ‘fangtastic’ night out, combining live music, stand-up comedy, aerial circus, and quality dining!
One of only four giant observation wheels in the world and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere. With 21 spacious cabins and 120m high, enjoy a 30 minute flight and take in the unparalleled 360° views of Melbourne and surrounds by day or night.
DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 1.5-3 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $105
DEPARTS: Tue-Sat DURATION: 3-4 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $100 (Cabaret Package)
DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 30 minutes PRICE GUIDE FROM: $40
Melbourne Walking Tours
Café Culture Walk
Magnificent Melbourne Morning City Tour
Learn about Melbourne’s past and the early colonial life. Venture through the laneways and arcades, discovering street art, music and cafés along the way on the Cultural Walk. Or learn about Melbourne’s beer and pub culture on the Beer Lovers Guide to Melbourne.
Laneways are a breeding ground for cafés and coffee shops, this city is certainly known for its coffee. Hear of the immigrant populations influences, and the transformation of the city via its heritage coffee palaces and passionate baristas – you’ll visit places that even locals may miss. Lunch included.
Enjoy Melbourne’s famous city sights and historical landmarks as you hear about its wonderful history and marvel at its architectural splendour. Explore Fitzroy Gardens, stroll through the Botanic Gardens and Captains Cook’s Cottage and reflect at the Shrine of Remembrance.
DEPARTS: Daily - Cultural Walk. Thu & Sat - Beer Lovers Guide to Melbourne DURATION: 3 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $50
DEPARTS: Mon-Fri DURATION: 3 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $115
DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: Half Day PRICE GUIDE FROM: $75
The price guide shown is per adult based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.