- 4-hour afternoon Melbourne sightseeing tour by coach
- Learn about arts and history at the the Shrine of Remembrance, Royal Botanic Gardens and see the Arts Centre Melbourne
- Snap photos of the city and port from Bolte Bridge
- Stroll around the vibrant suburb of St Kilda, perhaps purchasing a treat at one its famous European-style patisseries
- Drive through the fashionable Elwood and Brighton areas and stop for photo ops at the Brighton bathing boxes
- Get insider tips on the best of Melbourne from your knowledgeable guide
- Includes hotel pickup and drop-off
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What You Can Expect
Continue to the Domain Parklands area which includes the Royal Botanic Gardens. Established in 1846 along the south bank of the Yarra River, the gardens are one of the world’s best examples of Victorian-era landscaping. Next door is Kings Domain, which contains the Shrine of Remembrance, initially created to memorialize the many soldiers who died in the First World War; now it includes subsequent wars.
Next, pass by the Arts Centre Melbourne, a complex of theaters and concert halls featuring a variety of top-notch performers. Then drive to the Docklands, an area along Victoria Harbour that has recently evolved into a vibrant mix of residences, restaurants, shops and public space. See Etihad Stadium, headquarters for the Australian Football League and also host to cricket, soccer and rugby matches. Then cross Bolte Bridge to take in spectacular views of the city and Port of Melbourne.
Motor southeast to the cosmopolitan suburb of St Kilda where you can purchase an afternoon tea or coffee in one of many delicious patisseries along Acland Street, then visit Fitzroy Street’s vibrant mix of funky bars, restaurants and shops.
Continue driving a little further to the fashionable suburbs of Elwood and Brighton. Stop for a photo op at the colorful Brighton bathing boxes, used by generations of beachgoers.
On your way back to central Melbourne, roll through bustling Chapel Street and the suburb of Prahran, which boasts plenty of heritage-listed buildings. Then pass by Albert Park, where the Australian Grand Prix is held annually. Your tour ends when you are returned to your hotel in the early evening.