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Melbourne City Afternoon Tour concentrates on the city's parks and gardens, but also takes you to the seaside!
The Melbourne City Morning Tour takes you around many of the city's iconic landmarks
Victoria Market Melbourne, as the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere, is an ideal way to spend a couple of hours - and pick up a bargain while you're at it!
Melbourne Aquarium is both a fun and an educational way to spend a couple of hours
The Mornington Peninsula Tour is a full day excursion to a beautiful part of Victoria
The Rod Laver Arena Tour is a must for tennis enthusiasts, as it takes you behind the scenes of the Australian Open
Melbourne Cricket Ground Tour is a 75 minute experience exploring this prestigious stadium
Walter's Wine Bar Melbourne is a very upmarket restaurant situated overlooking the Yarra River in Southbank
Melbourne trams details the superb transport system the city possesses
Old Melbourne Gaol held several notorious Australian criminals in the past, but now is a museum where you can spend a grizzly few hours
The City Circle Tram is a free service aimed primarily at tourists, making its way round Melbourne's Central Business District
Food Courts in Melbourne provide a really great way to eat without it burning a hole in your pocket
The free tourist shuttle bus is a cost effective way of getting round Melbourne, stopping at key places of interest
The Feddish Melbourne is a very stylish bistro situated in a prime location in Federation Square