Melbourne offers magnificent riches for the curious willing to lose themselves in hidden lane-ways and behind unmarked doors. Benefiting from an insider’s view, your Acacia guide will uncover unforgettable surprises tucked around every corner.
From intricately detailed Victorian arcades to the technicoloured graffiti daubed on the brick walls of cobbled Hosier Lane, there’s so much to see and do.
Grab an espresso while meandering Melbourne’s cosmopolitan lane-ways, then duck into cutting-edge art galleries and independent boutiques.
Learn fascinating insights about the city’s storied history, from gold rush fever to renegade bush-rangers. Admire the impressive dome of the Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens, the oldest surviving example of its kind.
Taste the finest the city has to offer while perusing the rich and varied stalls of Queen Victoria Market then let Acacia whisk you to the bohemian seaside haven of St Kilda, where anything goes.
Snap yourself posing by the iconic bathing boxes of Brighton Beach and return to your hotel refreshed by sea air.
4-hours private touring Morning or afternoon tea Professional driver guide Private luxury vehicle (wifi and power recharge enabled) Bottled water
Acacia Luxury Private Tours offer exclusive private travel experiences in Melbourne and throughout regional Victoria.
Drawing upon extensive local knowledge and relationships with a vast network of providers, Acacia Luxury Private Tours have carefully fashioned unique itineraries designed to showcase the very best each region has to offer.
Through a process of consultation, Acacia Luxury Private Tours gain an understanding of the clients’ own personal tastes and interests and willingly tailor itineraries to meet your discerning needs. That is the beauty of bespoke private travel.
Acacia are all about unsurpassed service, safety and total commitment to making your visit to this beautiful state a memorable one.
It is the added touches, or magic moments that set Acacia apart.
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