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Melbourne is a pedestrian paradise with its flat landscape, lush parks and gardens, riverbanks and bayside scenery. Discover the best of the city by exploring it at an easy walking pace.

River views and bayside strolls

Wander along a Yarra River path to enjoy stunning views of the city then settle in for a picnic lunch in the Royal Botanic Gardens. For something different, head further afield to St Kilda for a stroll along the foreshore.

Walking tours

Take in the history of the city on a heritage trail, see celebrated street art in the narrow alleys and laneways of the CBD, or take your camera on a nighttime photography tour. There are tours for all types: foodies, history buffs, architecture aficionados, even ghost chasers. 

If you prefer a self-paced stroll, download an audio tour. 

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Melbourne walks


Walking & hiking

Melbourne Heritage Walk

Explore Melbourne's historic lanes, shop in its beautiful arcades, and drink in the atmosphere at one of the city's original tearooms.

Walking & hiking

Royal Botanic Gardens Trail

Run, jog or walk the perimeter of the Royal Botanic Gardens on 'The Tan' fitness circuit or stroll through the sweeping lawns and manicured gardens.


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Things to do


Explore Melbourne on foot with an expert walking guide, join a bus tour or follow the historic City Circle Tram route on a tour of the city's cafes.

Art & culture

Architecture and design

Keep your eyes peeled for Melbourne's striking modern and historic architecture, and see why the city has become a centre for contemporary design.

Nature & wildlife


Relax in the summer sun on calm bay beaches across Melbourne from the popular swimming spots at St Kilda to the landmark bathing huts at Brighton.

Things to do

Nature and wildlife

Surround yourself with age-old trees, manicured lawns and abundant wildlife in a pocket of calm and tranquillity in the middle of Melbourne.