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Walks 101 is independently family owned and operated by an American/Australian couple who have made Melbourne their home after years of travelling and living in Europe. The team of guides who helped develop Walks 101 initially came from Free Walking...more
Hours Today: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| Meet at 11am or 3pm at Gordon Reserve Fountain, south of the Parliament building, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
Thanks Marc for giving your time & knowledge of the area. For a donation tour, I received more guiding that expected. Walking up to the gathered group I was looking for the open umbrella & although it was closed, he gave a warm welcome. Maybe...More
Kellie was very knowledgeable on historical and cultural background information which she conveyed eloquently in an entertaining way. The route showed up the range of fascinating seedy lanes as well as opulent arcades, splendid Victorian buildings such as the Library and the former Post Office...More
Great walking tour of Melbourne city. Even tho we are Victorians it was informative and fun to learn about the laneways and stories of the city.
Tour guide Kellie was fun and had lots of interesting tales to entertain the group.
This walking tour was one of highlights of my four days down in Melbourne. Kellie is a brilliant guide and just a really cool chick. Highly recommend! Please note that although this is advertised as a Free activity, guides do expect you to pay at...More
We took the Free Walking Tour with Kellie at 11am and found it an excellent way to find our bearings, discover our surroundings, get to know more about Melbourne, the history and the lifestyle.
We also took the Hidden Laneways Tour with John and found...More
Yes it does - this tour visits 4-6 street art laneways (depending on your guide), and if you're still interested at the end, the guides give you a free map to help you find more street art laneways. It also visits two... More
Yes it does - this tour visits 4-6 street art laneways (depending on your guide), and if you're still interested at the end, the guides give you a free map to help you find more street art laneways. It also visits two historic covered arcades.