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Melbourne's Mansions and Unique Architectural Styles

8 Sebastopol street, 3, Caulfield North, Victoria, 3161

Be collected from your from your ship or hotel and driven in a comfortable vehicle to showcase how the rich and famous past, and present lived, and still live.

In the mid 1800's Melbourne was amongst the wealthiest cities in the world. Huge wealth was accumulated due to the gold rush and magnificent buildings and mansions were built.

This tour will take you to the iconic world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building in the beautiful Carlton Gardens. While in the area you will take in Drummond Street with its stately wrought iron balconies.

You will view numerous other magnificent homes in the elitist suburb of Toorak, and then to the extreme opposites of a row of workers cottages.

Your tour continues to Brighton where you will view the most photographed site in Melbourne, the iconic Bathing Boxes.

Returning via the Melbourne Grand Prix circuit you view some Albert Park mansions in St Vincents place, Albert Park.

An ideal tour for young and old to enjoy.

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I Love Melbourne Tours run private tours in and around Melbourne.

Travel designed for people who like the better things in life and wish to see Melbourne's numerous attractions.

Discover why Melbourne has now been voted for the seventh time the most liveable city in the world.

Come along with I Love Melbourne Tours as they explore the Great Ocean Road, the Penguins on Philip Island, the mountains and the lively markets, the luxury shops and see how the rich and famous live in magnificent mansions and heritage listed workers cottages.

View luxury cars and travel along the Grand Prix circuit at Albert Park. Enjoy a luncheon in the winery region after visiting an Australian animal sanctuary.

And for time poor business people and tourists, there is nothing to beat the newly created night tour.

8 Sebastopol street, 3, Caulfield North, Victoria, 3161

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