Visit all the precincts of vibrant Melbourne with Natural Treasures Tours. The City Sights Tour is designed around what you would like to see.
For those that do not know or want to see it all, you will find out why Melbourne is so well regarded for its food, sport, arts and fashion.
The tour will show you all the highlights like the Queen Victoria market, Port Phillip Bay, Botanical Gardens, St Kilda, Federation Square, cathedrals, museums, Melbourne Cricket Ground, tennis centre, Chapel Street and more.
Discover the old and new that defines or skyline and showcases the features of the city.
Multi lingual guide service supplement $100 per person, per day.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 24/07/19 - 31/03/20
Daily: 09:00am - 01:00pm
Australian Natural Treasures Touring believes the touring experience should not be rushed. Their personalised small group tours for two to eight people are designed to showcase the regions natural beauty, history and wildlife.
Natural Treasures Touring believe a relaxed touring pace with great food and accommodation while in the company of an friendly and professional guide is the best way to see this region. Taking extra time to see the Great Ocean Road will be a decision your will never regret.
The most popular tour is the two day Great Ocean Road tour. The two day tour allows you to see far more than what a rushed day tour allows. The coastal road, koalas, kangaroos, beaches, rainforest and great accommodation with ocean views are first day highlights. The second days touring explores the shipwreck coast including the famous 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and London Bridge.
Natural Treasures Touring range in duration of one to three days and discover all regions of Victoria.
If you are heading off from Melbourne to South Australia, why not join the three day Melbourne to Adelaide tour or do it in reverse.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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