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Food Tours , Melbourne
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Find out what makes Melbourne Australia's mecca for foodies and explore secluded alleys, markets, and artisanal stores in search of delicious
Tours from $7
Walking tours , Melbourne
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We suggest booking in advance.Select from 26 top choices.
Tours from $14
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Showing off the local, cultural and all that's great about Melbourne every day from the State Library of Victoria at 10:30am and 2:30pm. Also
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Experience the spectacular Great Ocean Road on a full-day tour from Melbourne. Travel by comfortable minicoach on this majestic stretch of Victoria’s coastline, taking in Kennett River, Apollo Bay, Great Otway National Park, Port Campbell National Park, Gibson's Steps, the Twelve Apostles and more. Enjoy frequent stops for views of stunning white-sand beaches and towering cliffs, plus leisurely walks to see koalas and other native wildlife. Your guide will take you to beaches, rainforests and lookouts, displaying the amazing variety this region has to offer.Small-group tour ensures a personalised experience for each and every guest.
Book on Viator from $92
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Balloon Rides , Melbourne
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Rise with the morning sun above the scenic Yarra Valley on a balloon flight over Australia's favorite winemaking region. You'll soar over gen
Go West Tours , Melbourne
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Australia is a country that’s becoming increasingly popular, worldwide, as a go-to tourist destination. Whether it’s the beaches, the weather
Tours from $85

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Where to stay in Melbourne

The hub of tourist and commercial activity, the center of Melbourne remains the best place to stay if you're looking to splurge and enjoy every possible modern amenity during your visit. Travelers on a limited budget can search for cozy yet less expensive rooms in the seaside suburb of St Kilda or the bohemian neighborhood of Fitzroy. Though the city center offers more than a fair share of mid-range lodging options, you'll also find plenty of rooms in this price bracket in the quieter suburbs.
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