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Explore Melbourne, with a Theatrical or Educational Walking Tour!
NOTE: This tour no longer runs Friday/Sunday at 2pm, as listed in a print publication you may have seen.

The 'Paris End' of Melbourne Walking Tour!

This is a unique tour experience

This well-acclaimed tour walks us into Melbourne's strange past... architecture and arcades, as we examine some of Melbourne's best monuments and buildings, with odd stories told along the way! This is a great introduction to the best part of our city, for tourists and Melbournians alike! You can be assured that the VERY BEST part of Melbourne will be visited along this tour.



WHERE? The statue in the middle of Parliament Gardens Reserve. This garden is located immediately north of Parliament House, at the corner of Nicholson and Albert st, next to Spring St.

WHEN? By Special Request

Highlights: Many Tourist Highlights, including Princess Theater, Parliament, Treasury, then, the quieter end of glorious Collins St, of high fashion labels with and old Doctors' mansions, the Melbourne Town Hall, St Paul's Cathedral, Theosophy Society, Flinders St Station, several laneways and arcades.

Strange, historical, weird, not so weird, but above all interesting stories will be told about various landmarks throughout this historical tour, as we walk along the so-called 'Paris End' of Collins, Melbourne's best street, towards the center.

On the tour..

We will walk past some eclectic scenery:




Meet here!
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Directions

Train: The Parliament Gardens Reserve is located immediately north of Parliament House, Spring St. Get off at Parliament Station.
Tram: Bourke St, take the 35 (City Circle), 86, 96. Collins St: 11, 12, 48, 109.

Bring water or sunscreen, or an umbrella if required. Tours run in all weather conditions, due to the changing nature of Melbourne's weather.

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