GENERAL TOUR QUESTIONS:
Why do we offer free tours?
The tours are offered on a “pay what you think it’s worth” model so people of any budget are able to turn up and enjoy the tour and discover and learn about our great city regardless of your budget. We also believe you shouldn’t have to pay for the service before you have experienced it, we think you should decide how much the tour is worth when the tour is finished.
Do I need to book?
Are the tours ever cancelled?
No we walk Rain, Hail or shine!
Are the tours accessible for wheelchairs and or prams?
The ‘Melbourne sights’ tour is accessible to both pram and wheelchairs.
We are a group of 10 or more why can’t we just show up?
We make calculated predictions on the number of tour participants on every tour. A large group throws out these calculations and effects the tour quality for everyone else. So we do ask that you please contact us in advance so we can organise a private tour for you as we will not be able to accept groups of 10 or more on our regular scheduled tours.
How much does it cost for a private tour?
We aim to be very competitive with private tour pricing but it does depends on the length of the tour and number of participants. We offer tours for school groups, corporate groups and families. Please contact us and we can provide you with a quote.
Is this a walking tour? Is it at a fast pace?
It is a walking tour. The ‘Melbourne Sights’ tour is 3.5-4km (2 -2.5 miles) in total and we walk at a leisurely pace, stopping to speak at regular intervals along the way.
Will my kids like these tours?
That really depends on your child. But generally all of our tours are suitable for children. Our tours are designed to be suitable for people of all ages.
Do you offer the tours in any other languages?
Unfortunately we only offer tours in English at this stage.
MELBOURNE SIGHTS TOUR QUESTIONS:
Where does the 'Melbourne Sights' Tour end?
Where does the 'Melbourne Sights' Tour Start?
How do I get to the start of the 'Melbourne Sights' Tour?
The ‘Melbourne Sights’ tour starts in front of the State Library of Victoria (328 Swanston Street) to the northern end of Melbourne’s Central Business District. The start point is across the road from Melbourne Central train station and the trams along La Trobe St and Swanston St also stop in front of the State Library of Victoria. Click here for google maps directions.