Walks 101's famous Melbourne Free Walking Tour takes a deep dive into Australia’s culture capital to learn what makes this city great. Its world-class coffee, quirky hook turns, stunning Gold Rush architecture and much more will be covered on the walk.
How are the tours free? They believe a limited budget should not mean limiting travels, so their tours operate on a tips-only basis. Love your guide? Give them a killer tip. Did not love your guide? No worries — you will never be pressured to tip.
The pay-what-you-think-its-worth experience is not just budget-friendly, it is also one of Melbourne's top rated. Walks 101's Trip Advisor page is filled with hundreds of five-star reviews given by guests from abroad, interstate and even locals.
The Free Walk of Melbourne tour operators daily 365 days a year, rain or shine. Melbourne is known to have four seasons in one day, so don not forget to bring your raincoat.
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Departure details: 03/07/18 - 31/03/19
Daily: 03:00pm - 05:30pm
Walks 101 is a leading tour operator based in Melbourne.
After getting its start as a Free Tour Company as the Melbourne Free Tour and St Kilda Free Tour operate daily on a pay-what-you-feel basis, Walks 101 was branched into food and drink tours
The Walks 101 team was founded to bring a travel concept that has taken Europe by storm - free walking tours. Every major city in Europe hosts a variety of free walking tour operators, and Walks 101 is bringing that concept to Australia.
Walks 101's mission is to provide an opportunity for everyone to join a walking tour. Not everyone has been on a free walking tour or knows if it's for them, so the flagship tour, the Free Walking Tour of Melbourne, serves as an entry point for guests to find out about the city and experience a walking tour without any financial risk.
Following the success of Melbourne's Free Walking Tour, the Walks 101 team branched out to offer a variety of food, drink and cultural tours of Melbourne for a fixed price.
Walks 101 offers tours that depart daily, as well as bespoke itineraries and private guides for groups.
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