Melbourne City – Organic
Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, ranked as the most liveable city in the world for 6 consecutive years. Our raw organic tour is to be travelled by foot and using the wonderful tram system in Melbourne, in this way, not only it reduces our carbon footprint, it also allows us more time to relish the beautiful city surroundings. Since the city's founding in 1835, it has transformed significantly in many different ways. Today it’s a vibrant modern city with a large multi-cultural community. From the graffiti arts in the laneways to chilling with a cup of fragrant Melbourne coffee, from the monumental memorial site at the Shrine of Remembrance that is dedicated to all Australians who have served in wars, to the natural beauty of Yarra River and its surroundings. Melbourne Raw Organic Tour takes you across some of the best attractions in Melbourne urban area and traverse in the city like a local.
It means only leaving behind footprints — not carbon waste.
- Royal Exhibition Building and Melbourne Museum - Royal Exhibition Building is a World Heritage site completed in 1880 surrounded by the Carlton Garden and Melbourne Museum is the largest of its kind in Southern Hemisphere with lots of interesting exhibitions.
- Chinatown - shows the cultural diversity in Melbourne and is home to many delicious Asian cuisines.
- State Library of Victoria - this historic building holds a colossal of over 2 million books and has state-of-art architecture.
- Parliament House - constructed between 1855 and 1929, this monumental architecture has served currently as the seat of the Parliament of Victoria and historically as the seat of the Federal Parliament of Australia.
- Fitzroy Gardens and Cook's Cottage - Fitzroy Gardens is a beautiful park located on the southeastern side of Melbourne CBD. Cooks’ Cottage is a small house constructed in 1755 by the parents of Captain James Cook who discovered the east coast of Australia.
- Melbourne Laneways - awed by the striking art pieces created on the walls by talented artists in Hosier Lane and experience the food and coffee culture at Degraves St.
- Federation Square - The iconic Melbourne landmark is the cultural centre of Melbourne, it is located opposite of the famous Flinders St Train Station, it hosts many activities and events throughout the year.
Depart at 2 PM and return at 5 PM
Kind Reminder Before Your Trip
- Drinking water
- Comfortable walking shoes
$40 per person
- Tour guide fee
Price does not include any meal or drink costs you may choose to spend.