Visit Australia’s Captivating Capital Melbourne on Private Tour
Visit Australia's captivating capital Melbourne on Private Tour. Regarded as the “European enclave” Melbourne is Australia’s bar capital and centre for live music and fantastic nightlife. There are many cultural activities here, but the rooftop bars are a must see.
The self-titled sports capital of Australia, the locals take two things very seriously, socialising and the sport's calendar as you will see on a Melbourne guided tour of the MCG Grounds.
Check out the tours available and explore the inner city, head up to Collins Street and see why it is so reminiscent of 1950's Paris. As you walk around you will see the European influence in these areas.
Stylish, dynamic and cosmopolitan, Melbourne's combination of world class dining, fashion and art galleries is exciting and ready to explore.
Take a walkabout around this unique and diverse City and see all it has to offer.
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The Self-titled Sports Capital of Australia Take a Melbourne Guided Private Tour of the Mcg Grounds
Melbourne's locals love for football and cricket is unbelievable and unashamedly obvious when you do an escorted tour at the MCG Grounds. Without question, the Melbourne Cricket Ground is the most famous sports ground in Australia.
At capacity, it can host's 100,000 encaustic supporters comfortably. Even though the name might lead you to believe only cricket is played on these grounds don't be fooled as this is also the home of Aussie Rules Football and is the best places to see a game.
If you are visiting around the time of the Melbourne Cup horse race, enjoy the famous Flemington Racecourse.
Travel Tips for Melbourne
Melbourne peak season is from December to January where the weather is perfect for sightseeing. From September through to November it is usually quite dry, so keep that in mind before you book your Private Tours. It is likely that you will get a better deal depending on your travel dates. Because these times of the yeas are usually busy with holiday seasons it is always better to pre-book all your travel plans even if you travel in the off-peak season.
Budget approximately $200 to $250 per day for both accommodation and food, remember your tours will be extra. Dormitory beds range from $30–50, and you can get food on the go for $10–20. For more upmarket accommodation you will need to double your budget. Get an Opal Card for public transport its costs about $15 a day, and you can pop on and off any bus or train its great value. As with many other holiday destinations, you get what you pay for.
Visitors Australian and New Zealand passport holders do NOT need a visa to enter Australia. The security in and out of Australia is very strict so please fill in all the documentation correctly and be HONEST as the smallest thing can stop you entry into the country. Unless it is necessary, do not bring any natural food or plant life into the country if you are caught there is a hefty fine. Be aware of your surroundings constantly be vigilant.
Melbourne experience's a temperate climate with mild winters. It has a lot of blue skies sunny day per year. The average temperatures from June to August is around 9 degrees while maybe not perfect for a beach holiday, but it is tolerable for sightseeing. The summer season, however, boasts scorching conditions with temperatures reaching into the 70 so brings your sunscreen and lots of it.