Explore Melbourne’s spectacular bay views and iconic bayside landmarks with Trike Tours Melbourne.
Begin where Melbourne itself began by touring the Western edge of the Bay - exploring the historic maritime village of Williamstown, located on Hobson’s Bay and Port Phillip Bay. See glorious views of Melbourne across the bay and learn of the area’s rich maritime history.
Then, explore the bay from the eastern side and visit historic Station Pier in Port Melbourne, the berthing place of passenger liners and the ferry to Tasmania. Along the foreshore of Port Phillip Bay, visit the ever popular St Kilda area with all its charms and iconic landmarks including Luna Park, the Palais Theatre and St Kilda Pier. Take the time to walk around and explore these sights, including walking out onto St Kilda Pier to take in some great city views and maybe spot a Little Penguin from the colony in the breakwater.
Tour past some of Melbourne’s most expensive bayside real estate, with views from glorious bay vantage points before visiting those famous Brighton Beach Boxes. Then visit Black Rock Jetty to put the final pieces of Victoria’s maritime history puzzle together at the breakwater off Half Moon Bay.
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Trike Tours Melbourne gives you the opportunity to experience the rush of Melbourne through unique vehicles, your choice of pre-planned tours or tour hire service, or with a chauffeured ride to your event.
Melbourne is Australia's home of sport, art, culture and so much more. With glorious parks and gardens, beautiful beaches and wild coastlines, iconic buildings, historic landmarks, famous sporting attractions and some intriguing history, there is something for everyone to experience.
Whether you are a visitor, or live in Melbourne, Trike Tours Melbourne endeavour to introduce you to and help you enjoy and experience various elements of Melbourne's unique environmental, cultural and sporting attractions.
At Trike Tours Melbourne we have been given the tick under the Australian Tourism Accreditation Program (ATAP) as an Accredited Tour Business in Australia.
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