I Heart Melbourne Tours believe that Marvellous Melbourne as it once was known is still just that. Why not take this half day city tour and get underneath the skin of the city and discover why it has once again been nominated the world's most liveable city. Melbourne really is chocka-a-block of full of amazing architecture, cool history and fantastic contemporary living.
Understand the city's fascinating history and what made it once one of the richest cities in the world. The Melbourne City Sights Tour will be packed with lots of fun games and activities for the kids.
What you will see on this half day tour: Australia's oldest building (clue, it's not Australian), Melbourne's world class sporting infrastructure, iconic buildings, laneways and architecture, the famous Luna Park in St Kilda, stroll along St Kilda beach to walk off an indulgent pastry picked up on Acland Street and go for a spin on the Formula One circuit, crash helmets and pit crew not required.
Complementary door-to-door service.
I Heart Melbourne Tours are experts in private tours and are Victoria's first specialised family tour provider. They also take charter tours to Victoria's wine growing regions and more.
If you are travelling to Melbourne as a family then the small family tours are the best solution for you. Do not be restricted in where you can go because you have little ones in tow. I Heart Melbourne Tours have created a range of tours with kids (and parents) in mind. No kids? We just love adults only tours too.
All you need to do is book your tour and turn up. Everything else will be organised for you including child restraints. As proud parents of two little ones and having taken countless families on tour, we know what it takes to make a family day a success.
You do not have to be a visitor to Melbourne to enjoy the I Heart Melbourne Tours. You can be a tourist in your own town and take a day off from designating driving to take in all that Victoria's wine growing regions have to offer.
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