Find out why year after year, Melbourne is voted the world's "Most Livable City" with a comprehensive half day morning tour around the highlights of Melbourne city. This coach tour includes stops at the Queen Victoria Market, Captain Cook's Cottage (Fitzroy Gardens) and also a walking tour through the laneways and arcades of the city with it's cafes and interesting graffiti art. Then experience a birds-eye view of the whole of Melbourne up at the Eureka Skydeck.
Travel with your experienced driver/guide on a premium luxury coach and travel through the busy streets of Melbourne. Sightseeing includes Lygon Street "Little Italy", Melbourne University, the beautiful Royal Exhibition Building and Melbourne Museum, Parliament House and the Princess Theatre, MCG - Melbourne Cricket Ground, the inner suburb of East Melbourne with the ornate terraced buildings and the bustling Chinatown. This half-day morning tour also includes plenty of stops to ensure that you get the perfect holiday snap. Your first stop is at St Patrick's Cathedral followed by a stop to the Fitzroy Gardens.
At Fitzroy Gardens there is time to visit Captain Cook's Cottage (at own expense) or explore the flower filled conservatory in the gardens.
There is then time to snap up a bargain or grab a coffee and a donut at the vibrant Queen Victoria Market. There is plenty of time to walk around and take in this very cosmopolitan atmosphere. On Mondays and Wednesdays the market is closed, in lieu of this, you will instead visit the delightful Royal Botanic Gardens where there is time to walk around the gardens, lake or stop for some morning tea.
Then receive a guided walking tour through the city, starting from Bourke Street Mall, travel through Block Arcade, Royal Arcade, Centre Place and Degraves Street and learn about the history and culture of Melbourne city. The tour will end at Melbourne's hub, Federation Square.
Conclude your morning with a visit to the dizzying heights of the Eureka Skydeck. There are no other 360 degree views of Melbourne like this anywhere in the city, the views are absolutely breathtaking. You have the flexibility to visit at any time of the day (not just straight after the tour), Eureka closes at 10pm.