From guided shopping sprees to visits to the city's greatest attractions, Melbourne's many tours give you interesting insights from those in the know.
See what tours are operating in Melbourne and make the most of your time here.
Tours & cruises
See the iconic Melbourne sights, discover the markets or laneways, or take a foodie tour. There are plenty of ways to explore: from boats, to bikes, to walking tours.
597 St Kilda Road, (enter via High Street), Melbourne
Tradeblock Café is a fully operational cafe run by students of Victorian College for the Deaf.
They serve high quality coffee, homemade soups, pastries and gourmet sandwiches and offer a range of cakes, biscuits and slices.
2 Lygon Street, Carlton
The first Trades Hall was built in 1859 by workers as a rallying point for the labour movement, following the successful Eight Hour Day campaign of 1856.
Trampoline is all about gelato, sorbet, shakes and ice-cream cakes, featuring outside-of-the-square ingredients and flavours.
Made on-site daily from fresh, creamy milk from South Gippsland, Trampoline Gelato contains only 6 per cent fat.
Tran Thanh Canh: Tales of Legends
11 Sep 2019 - 3 Oct 2019, Library at The Dock
Tales of Legends' by Tran Thanh Canh, depicts the legendary Princess Nuong and showcases Vietnamese culture.
24 Sep 2019 - 28 Sep 2019, Meat Market
Jacob Thomas's show explores the lived experience of being gender diverse after Australia passed marriage equality.
Located in Melbourne Central, Transit News is a well-established Tattslotto agency and newsagency.
Transit News has a large range of magazines and daily papers, gift and greeting cards, confectionary and a selection of gift ideas.
Transit Rooftop Bar
Level 2, Transport Hotel,
(corner Swanston & Flinders Streets), Melbourne
Enjoy sweeping views of the city and Yarra river from Transit Rooftop Bar.