28 reviews of Melbourne Sightseeing and Attraction Pass
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Melbourne Sightseeing and Attraction Pass. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Reviewed by Jo T, Australia, March 2013
A very easy way to see the sights without constantly putting your hand in your pocket. We bought the 3 month/5 attraction pass and it was very convenient. Would highly recommend.
Reviewed by Roseann D, February 2011
Reviewed by suga29, November 2010
Reviewed by Pat F, September 2010
Reviewed by Edward B, USA, August 2010
Reviewed by David R, Australia, November 2009
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Reviewed by Linda B, USA, July 2008
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Reviewed by Gene M, Australia, February 2008
Reviewed by loug, February 2013
should have only got the 5 attractions pass. did not use full value. attractions we visited were great but spread out and each we spent a lot of time.
Reviewed by Jennants, Malaysia, November 2011
We've signed up for the 3-day pass (without transport) and although it's albeit short, we managed to fully utilize the first 2 days when we kept to those attractions within the citi limits which most of which were within walking or tram routes. However, going to Philip Island for main purpose of the Penguin Parade was a disappointment when we had to rely on pulic transport which have rigid timeless and for those not planning to stay overnight, you would probably have to give the penguins a miss since the last VLINE couch out of there was well before the penguins hit land. We had to settle for the Koala Sanctuary which was miles away via taxi from the bus drop-off point. Churchill Island was also further still and also without direct connection with public transport except via taxi. Basically, to benefit fully, I would recommend staying with attractions within the citi limits, unless you have a rental with GPS if you want to go for those in the outer suburbs. Other then that, it is still value for money.
Reviewed by Louise S, United Kingdom, December 2009
Reviewed by Viviana S, United Kingdom, March 2009