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Melbourne: Entry Package to the City's Only Ice Bar

1. Melbourne: Entry Package to the City's Only Ice Bar

Situated in Federation Square in the heart of the city, chill and enjoy a drink at Melbourne’s only ice bar — a must for tourists and locals alike. Geared up in special snow wear, make your way through the doors of the explorer's ship and into the sub-zero temperatures on the other side.   This is a truly unique Arctic experience for people of all ages, so don’t leave your little explorers at home. People under the age of 18 are welcome until 7 PM. You'll be surrounded by over 30 tones of expertly sculpted ice.  The ice bar is also within walking distance of many other major Melbourne attractions, including the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Botanical Gardens, Crown Casino, Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Eureka Sky Deck, and Bourke Street Mall.

MCG Behind-the-Scenes Tour & Australian Sports Museum

2. MCG Behind-the-Scenes Tour & Australian Sports Museum

Experience the highlights of the Melbourne Cricket Ground on a tour including a visit to the famous MCC Long Room, the players’ changing rooms, the cricketers' viewing room, and the Ron Casey Media Centre. After your guided a walk through the arena, take in the Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre, and head to the Melbourne City Terrace for views of the stunning skyline.   Next, visit the all-new Australian Sports Museum for a truly memorable experience. This isn’t your typical museum: it’s an exciting, interactive, and ever-changing experience where the latest technology has been used to create immersive exhibits and galleries.

Melbourne Laneways Tour

3. Melbourne Laneways Tour

Immerse yourself in the local culture and make the most of your visit to Melbourne. Explore the city’s cool laneways on a tour with a local guide. Discover a selection of secret galleries, hidden shops, and laneway cafés. On this unique walking tour of Melbourne you’ll get a feel for the city that only comes with spending time with a knowledgeable local. During the small-group tour, experience a mix of history, architecture, street art, galleries, shops, interesting stories, and more.

Melbourne: 2-Hour Bottomless Brunch Cruise

4. Melbourne: 2-Hour Bottomless Brunch Cruise

Enjoy this 2-hour cruise along the Yarra River and pamper yourself with unlimited indulgent brunch options that will be sure to cater to your appetite. The drinks selection has as much personality as the food selection. Indulge in a bottomless selection of premium beer, wine, and Prosecco mimosas throughout your brunch float. Surround yourself with the majestic views of Melbourne’s cityscape views on the renowned Yarra River. Depart from Southgate on the Spirit of Melbourne, a vessel that offers encompassing glass viewing areas as you dine away and pass Melbourne’s parks, gardens and sport’s stadiums and more. A sophisticated way to enjoy a brunch experience and relax before you go on about the rest of your day.

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Tour

5. Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Tour

Meet the guide at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds for this tour that takes you behind the scenes for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Visit parts of the stadium that the general public doesn't get to see with a guide who is an MCC member. Highlights of this tour include: The famous MCC Long Room MCC Library (founded in 1873) MCG Tapestry Player changing rooms Cricketers’ viewing room Ron Casey Media Centre Portrait of Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar A walk on the arena Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre Ponsford Stand City Terrace with views of Melbourne’s skyline Experience the history and world-class facilities of the MCG! Please note: The National Sports Museum is undergoing a multi-million-dollar upgrade. The museum will officially be reopened in March 2020.

Melbourne: Hidden Bar Tour

6. Melbourne: Hidden Bar Tour

Melbourne is one of the world's great bar cities, but you'll have hard time finding these bars. Tourists frequent Flinders Street, Swanston Street, and Elizabeth Street — places that can be the worst tourists traps in Melbourne.  To find the truly great bars, you must venture out into the areas your mother told you to avoid — dark, dingy, scary laneways. Inside, you'll find secret speakeasies, some marked only by a simple light post. Some bars masquerade as something else, and access is only granted if you know the secret password.  These bars don't advertise because they don't need to — word of mouth carries their business. To find the best bars of the moment, you need a local with a finger on the pulse of what's hot...  Join your local guide and discover 4 great bars in 3 hours. Get access to drink specials available only for your group. Meet local bartenders and bar owners and hear about what makes them so passionate. Get a special, customized map with recommendations for other bars to visit in Melbourne. Whatever you do, come thirsty!

Melbourne: SEA LIFE and LEGOLAND Double Attraction Pass

7. Melbourne: SEA LIFE and LEGOLAND Double Attraction Pass

Save big on family fun as you visit two action-packed attractions for less. With a combination package, get tickets to both SEA LIFE Melbourne and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre. Visit SEA LIFE Melbourne to pick up your passes and journey through the aquarium, one of Melbourne's top attractions. You'll encounter some of the world's most incredible animals. Get up close to playful penguins, huge sharks, massive sawfish, majestic stingrays, beautiful seahorses, thousands of tropical fish, and much more. Next, visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, located in Chadstone Shopping Centre about 17km from SEA LIFE Melbourne. At LEGOLAND, you’ll see many of your favorite Lego characters and interact with them as you walk through the discovery center. Tickets can be redeemed in either order with LEGOLAND first or with SEA LIFE first.

Melbourne: Complete City Walking Tour

8. Melbourne: Complete City Walking Tour

Experience Melbourne behind the scenes, uncovering unique and hidden laneways and street art. Explore the city with a local who can share the history of the city as well as point out things to do after your walking tour is done. See the real Melbourne on this tour. Conclude your tour near the Old Melbourne Gaol, where you will learn about Australia’s most infamous bush ranger. After your tour is finished, stop at a classic Australian pub where you can experience traditional Aussie food.

Phillip Island: 16-Minute Beach & Wildlife Helicopter Flight

9. Phillip Island: 16-Minute Beach & Wildlife Helicopter Flight

Discover Phillip Island as you have never seen it. Your 16-minute helicopter scenic flight commences as you leave the heliport and track the spectacular coastline, passing Smiths Beach, Surfers Point and Cunningham Bay. Marvel at the amazing views of the world-famous Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, home to Moto GP, World Superbikes and V8 Supercars. Fly overland to Berry's Reef, and pass by the appropriately named Pyramid Rock. Look below and you might catch a glimpse of the shipwreck SS Speke as you fly over Kitty Miller Bay. Move on to Summerland Beach, home to the little penguins, who arrive home here each night at dusk. Arrive at Seal Rocks and The Nobbies. Look below to see the seals, then return along the coast, taking in fantastic island views, back to the heliport. Don't forget your camera, to make sure you take some wonderful photos to keep as memories forever of this spectacular flight. All flights have in-flight commentary provided by locally experienced pilots. 

Melbourne: Guided Walking and Foodie Tour

10. Melbourne: Guided Walking and Foodie Tour

Melbourne is one of the most multicultural cities in the world, experiencing many waves of migration from all over the globe. The many diverse communities that call the city home have contributed to an ever-evolving melting pot of history, food, and culture. Begin your four-hour walking tour at the Immigration Museum and hear the stories of arrivals from all over the world – their challenges, their triumphs, and, of course, their food. Then continue on through the streets of Melbourne and get introduced to the many layers of local favorite foods, architecture, and history. Enjoy a progressive tasting with five different stops at favorite local eateries. Listen to the stories surrounding the history behind the foods and flavors of the shops. Wander through local spice shops to learn about the spices and ingredients from different regions that have come together in Melbourne.

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What people are saying about Melbourne

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 1,084 reviews

All the staff was well informed,helpful and friendly All the animals seemd well taken care of and in spacious enclosures. Things were well marked ,easy to read. Children are involved in helping in the park and there are a lot of activities for children The whole park is very well kept

The tour was extremely informative. I’m not a real cricket fan, but absolutely enjoyed my experience at the MCG. The history of a lot of different sport were on display. It’s an absolute must when visiting Melbourne.

a relaxed way to view all the delightful sights on the Great Ocean Road. Well informed and kind guide Pierre made it a memorable journey

A must do when you are in Melbourne. Excellent Knowledgeable Guide. A fantastic experience.

Excellent food and service well worth the money, and a beautiful cruise on Yarra river.