Welcome to Melbourne, a city of contrasts, world famous sporting arenas and historic gardens. Be dazzled by the wondrous sights of Australia's most vibrant city and learn about Melbourne's fascinating history with your expert guide.
Join a small group tour with Oceania to make the most of your stay as you zoom in and around the city, visiting such wonders as Federation Square, the MCG and our world-famous sports precinct, St Patrick's Cathedral, Albert Park Lake and over to St Kilda Beach. You can even take a stroll in the gardens and visit St Patrick's Cathedral when permitted.
Visit world famous Albert Park, home of the Formula One, Australian Grand Prix as well as the inner-city sports precinct housing the MCG and Melbourne Park where the Australian Tennis Open takes place. Your tour will finish by visiting Eureka Tower. You may choose to take the super-speedy elevator to Eureka Skydeck 88 (entry not included), scraping Melbourne's awe inspiring skyline to be spoiled with 360 degree views of the city.
Tours depart daily from Federation Square and include pick up from your hotel. Visit the website or contact Oceania to make a booking.
Daily departures. Rates per person. Please contact for further information.
Pick up from Melbourne Hotels Expert commentary with local guide Small Group Touring (maximum 11 passengers)
Days of operation:
Departure details: 05/10/18 - 31/03/20
Daily: 08:30am - 11:30am
Oceania Tours operate premium small group and private tours of Melbourne's major attractions and hidden gems as well as unforgettable tours to the Yarra Valley, Phillip Island and Great Ocean Road.
With a team of expert local guides, these tours (never more than 11 passengers), ensure passengers have the opportunity to encounter Victoria's incredible landscapes in a small group environment.
You can book a regular small group tour or let Oceania Tours create your own unforgettable itinerary by choosing to travel on a personalised Private Tour or Unique Experience Tour.
Oceania Tours are specialists in foreign language tours as their clever guides speak fluent English, Spanish, Italian and German.
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