Really get to know Melbourne with a free, behind the scenes Federation Square Guided Tour! Learn about the site's history, unique architecture and the engineering marvels that make Fed Square one of the city's great icons.
The free tour depart from outside the Melbourne Visitors Centre, in St Pauls Court.
In the event of wet weather, the tour will depart from the top level of the Melbourne Visitor Centre.
There is a limit of 15 people per tour and first in best dressed.
Price & booking
Tour pricing information (GST included)
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Cancellation and booking policy
No bookings required unless you have a group of 20+ then call 03 9655 1900
Days of operation
Departure details: 01/01/14 - 31/12/14
Tour starting location
The undulating surface of the Main Square is made up of sandstone cobblestones, with a marked access path. Swanston Street offers the best access to the Square and lift access is available from The Atrium. The Big Screen is equipped with a hearing loop and there are accessible toilets located next to Time Out Café. The Main Stage has lift access for performers. St Paul’s Court, Swanston Street Forecourt and The Amphitheatre also provide wheelchair access
Federation Square is possibly the world's biggest trampoline... How? You'll have to ask your tour guide.
Enrich your Fed Square experience with a one-hour free tour of the site before you go off exploring yourself.
The professional guides will give you a unique overview of the site's history, the stunning architecture and the engineering 'miracles' that lie just beneath the Kimberley sandstone paving.
Free Guided Tours run from Monday to Saturday at 11am from the Melbourne Visitor Centre.
Group limit is 15 people (first in best dressed).
- Tourism Council Australia