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Melbourne: City and Garden Tour in Horse-Drawn Carriage

1. Melbourne: City and Garden Tour in Horse-Drawn Carriage

There’s no better way to experience the style and charm of Melbourne than by horse-drawn carriage on a 1-hour tour. Enjoy the aesthetic of immaculately presented drivers wearing traditional coachman attire. After greeting your friendly driver, meet your beautiful Percheron horses and give them a pat. Board your comfortable carriage and set off to see the magical sights of Melbourne. Along the way, pass by the Arts Centre, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Queen Victoria Gardens, the Yarra River, the Shrine of Remembrance, Princess Theatre, Parliament House, St. Patrick's Cathedral, China Town and more. Take advantage of plenty of fantastic photo opportunities to make this an experience you’ll remember forever. Alternatively, pick the 30-minute 'Garden Tour' option and pass along the Yarra River. Then see sights such as the Melbourne Art Center, Queen Victoria Gardens, National Gallery, King Domain Gardens, The Shrine of Remembrance, Myer Music bowl, and Victoria Barracks.

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Melbourne 3-Hour Small Group Tour

2. Melbourne 3-Hour Small Group Tour

Take a 3-hour tour of Melbourne in a small group to get the best of the city. The tour covers a good part of the city and the inner suburbs, including the elegant city center, with all the glory of the 19th-Century architecture from the time of the Gold Rush to the time of Federation and beyond. Listen to stories of the men and women who made the city one of the greatest in the world. Live guides are available in English, Spanish, Italian, and German. Melbourne was the capital city of Australia from 1901 to 1927, and in some ways it still is. Recognized as the Australian center for culture, fashion, sports, and gastronomy, this city tour is truly memorable, with simply dozens of highlights including: Southern Cross Station Collins St Rialto Building Supreme Court Old Royal Mint Flagstaff Gardens Queen Victoria Market (except Monday and Wednesdays) Melbourne University Lygon St Melbourne Museum Royal Exhibition Building Carlton Gardens Victorian Cottages Old Melbourne Gaol City Baths RMIT University Melbourne Central Shopping Centre State Library Old GPO (now a shopping Centre) Gothic Bank Block Arcade Manchester United Building Town Hall Regent Theatre And much, much more! You can also opt to enter the Eureka Skydeck for fantastic panoramic views.

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What people are saying about Queen Victoria Gardens

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 24 reviews

Really lovely trip, the gentlemen who took us around the city and the park etc were lovely. It was raining when we did our trip ut if we have time and the weather improves before we leave Melbourne we will do it again.

Relaxing way to check out the sights of Melbourne, drivers were lovely & made sure we really enjoyed ourselves!

a lovley ride through the city gardens, my kids and i thoroughly enjoyed it, an experience in itself

I can recommend it to others. It goes partly past the park, Chinatown and some sights.

very nice tour and a excellent route, good explanations of the guide, very romantic