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Great Ocean Road, Otways & 12 Apostles
Would you like to see the world famous 12 Apostles minus the annoying crowds? Then this is the experience for you! You'll never forget the first moment you see the 12 Apostles: giant stone monoliths, carved by the raging ocean over millions of years. We'll tell you the story of how these remarkable features evolved. And this journey isn't just about the destination: the Great Ocean Road is Australia's best road trip with rolling hills, lush rainforest and spectacular coastal scenery. We also visit a number of the other features this area has to offer including Gibson Steps, Loch Ard Gorge (upper lookout as beach is currently closed) and the Razorback. We'll make additional stops in: Apollo Bay for lunch - wide range of food available and option to have lunch on the beach! Kennett River where wild koalas hang out Sheoak Waterfalls Lorne, a classic Aussie surf town The 12 Apostles in Port Campbell National Park are almost 200kms from Melbourne so all trips out there involve several hours of driving. Much of the driving is on the Great Ocean Road and the Otways and the scenery is breathtaking. We take the reverse route to avoid the crowds and break up the driving as much as possible. Send us a message for a detailed itinerary. You'll be in a small group of no more than nine so everything will be nice and chill for a truly unforgettable day. We hope you can join us!
Great Ocean Road Trip for Solos
This version of my Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles tour is designed with solo travelers in mind. It's the same itinerary as my standard tour but ideally suited to peeps who love to meet other like-minded humans. So you don't really have to be solo, just friendly :) Would you like to see the world famous 12 Apostles minus the annoying crowds? Then this is the tour for you! You'll never forget the first moment you see the Apostles: giant stone monoliths, carved by the raging ocean over millions of years. This tour includes a number of vantage points and photo opps. And this journey isn't just about the destination: the Great Ocean Road is Australia's best road trip with rolling hills, lush rainforest and spectacular coastal scenery. This experience also includes a number of the other amazing features this area has to offer, including the historic Loch Ard Gorge and the spectacular Erskine Falls, a 30m waterfall nestled in the Otway Mountains. We'll also make stops in: - Apollo Bay for lunch - Lorne, an Aussie surf town - Kennett River, where wild koalas hang out There is some driving involved on this experience but the views along the way are absolutely beautiful. Feel free to send us a message for a detailed itinerary. You'll be in a small group of no more than 9 so everything will be nice and chill for a truly unforgettable day :)
Wine,Music,Cheese,Ciders (Yarra Valley)
We'll pick you up in the morning and mainly focus on everyone getting to know each other. We get everyone to add to a Spotify playlist so we have some tunes and spend the first hour just chatting! On my trip we will go to 4 or 5 places, each consisting of 6-7 tastings. I have lots of wineries that I know you'll love and will go to them if no-one is too picky, however I make sure I listen to the group. My trip is a little democracy. Everything we do on my trip is discussed by everyone on the way in.I will give you options to choose from lots of different wineries, cheese factories and chocolate factories, Cider houses,distilleries and breweries.We WILL go to 4 of these places, MAYBE more. Though I focus on personalizing the day, if you just want to come along and put your trust in me, we will visit 4 four unique venues, all with a point of difference, with one of them being a restaurant where you can order and pay your own way. I’d allow 20-30$ for lunch. Expect pizzas, steaks, seafood,burgers and salads. Really new and awesome restaurant called ‘Quarters’ @ St Huberts Estate. Generally this is the day 10am Helen and Joeys Estate wine tasting (sometimes kangaroos here) 11amYering Farm wine and cider tasting 12:15 St Huberts Estate for lunch 1:45 Four Pillars Gin 3:10 Chocolate tasting 4:15 Depart Will be back by 4:50-5:10 We use a 24 seater bus but only fill 18-20seats
12 Apostles, Otways & Great Ocean Road
Want to explore the Great Ocean Road in style with a local Aussie guide? Our premium (but humble) small group experience is made for you :) @hikeandseektours we like to keep it small, so join the group of 8 other awesome travellers for this memorable day adventure. With coffees in our hands we’ll depart Melbourne and head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. We promise you’ll never forget this view! After the Apostles and Gibson Steps, it's time for a delicious lunch at our favourite local cafe before driving through the Great Otway National Park. Here we’ll take an easy-moderate 3km hike through an ancient rainforest to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls (Psst! The big bus companies can't make it here). Always wanted to see humongous trees? On our next stop we will take a stroll amongst the ‘Giants of the forest’. Photos won’t do any justice of this place, so you *have to* experience it yourself. From there we’ll cruise along the iconic Great Ocean Road stopping at Apollo Bay for an optional award-winning gelato. Say G’day to some wild koalas, drop bears, king parrots & kangaroos at Kennett River and walk or swim at the beach in the surftown Lorne - or simply grab a snack before heading back to Melbourne. It is a long way but once in a lifetime roadtrip! Other things to note Grade 2: No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface. There is driving involved on this experience but the views are definitely worth it and our van is very comfy.
Melbourne By Bike's famous City Tour
With our Melbourne By Bike City Tour you'll see more in a few hours than most see in days. Get your bearings as you explore Melbourne’s grooviest streets, parks, shops, cafes, hidden laneways and multicultural neighbourhoods. Experience real Melbourne friendliness and sample some gourmet treats on this leisurely ride with a local guide. It’s the perfect way to start any Melbourne visit. We treat all our guests like old friends visiting from out-of-town. We're putting real hospitality back into the tourism industry. Enjoy exploring Melbourne with the wind in your hair on this eco-friendly back-streets small-group adventure. From the street art to the markets and hidden gems we'll tell you the best places to eat, drink and shop throughout your stay in Melbourne. We'll tell you where to find the best apple pie gelato, we'll show you the Greek tavern that has no menu, the burger joint in a train perched on a rooftop and lots more. We have the most experienced, passionate guides in Melbourne and light, comfy 21-speed bikes that are a joy to ride… or upgrade to an e-bike for just $40 on the day. Other things to note: It's a good idea to wear layers as Melbourne's weather can change, comfortable riding clothes and closed shoes.

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Great Ocean Road, Otways & 12 Apostles
Would you like to see the world famous 12 Apostles minus the annoying crowds? Then this is the experience for you! You'll never forget the first moment you see the 12 Apostles: giant stone monoliths, carved by the raging ocean over millions of years. We'll tell you the story of how these remarkable features evolved. And this journey isn't just about the destination: the Great Ocean Road is Australia's best road trip with rolling hills, lush rainforest and spectacular coastal scenery. We also visit a number of the other features this area has to offer including Gibson Steps, Loch Ard Gorge (upper lookout as beach is currently closed) and the Razorback. We'll make additional stops in: Apollo Bay for lunch - wide range of food available and option to have lunch on the beach! Kennett River where wild koalas hang out Sheoak Waterfalls Lorne, a classic Aussie surf town The 12 Apostles in Port Campbell National Park are almost 200kms from Melbourne so all trips out there involve several hours of driving. Much of the driving is on the Great Ocean Road and the Otways and the scenery is breathtaking. We take the reverse route to avoid the crowds and break up the driving as much as possible. Send us a message for a detailed itinerary. You'll be in a small group of no more than nine so everything will be nice and chill for a truly unforgettable day. We hope you can join us!
Great Ocean Road Trip for Solos
This version of my Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles tour is designed with solo travelers in mind. It's the same itinerary as my standard tour but ideally suited to peeps who love to meet other like-minded humans. So you don't really have to be solo, just friendly :) Would you like to see the world famous 12 Apostles minus the annoying crowds? Then this is the tour for you! You'll never forget the first moment you see the Apostles: giant stone monoliths, carved by the raging ocean over millions of years. This tour includes a number of vantage points and photo opps. And this journey isn't just about the destination: the Great Ocean Road is Australia's best road trip with rolling hills, lush rainforest and spectacular coastal scenery. This experience also includes a number of the other amazing features this area has to offer, including the historic Loch Ard Gorge and the spectacular Erskine Falls, a 30m waterfall nestled in the Otway Mountains. We'll also make stops in: - Apollo Bay for lunch - Lorne, an Aussie surf town - Kennett River, where wild koalas hang out There is some driving involved on this experience but the views along the way are absolutely beautiful. Feel free to send us a message for a detailed itinerary. You'll be in a small group of no more than 9 so everything will be nice and chill for a truly unforgettable day :)
Wine,Music,Cheese,Ciders (Yarra Valley)
We'll pick you up in the morning and mainly focus on everyone getting to know each other. We get everyone to add to a Spotify playlist so we have some tunes and spend the first hour just chatting! On my trip we will go to 4 or 5 places, each consisting of 6-7 tastings. I have lots of wineries that I know you'll love and will go to them if no-one is too picky, however I make sure I listen to the group. My trip is a little democracy. Everything we do on my trip is discussed by everyone on the way in.I will give you options to choose from lots of different wineries, cheese factories and chocolate factories, Cider houses,distilleries and breweries.We WILL go to 4 of these places, MAYBE more. Though I focus on personalizing the day, if you just want to come along and put your trust in me, we will visit 4 four unique venues, all with a point of difference, with one of them being a restaurant where you can order and pay your own way. I’d allow 20-30$ for lunch. Expect pizzas, steaks, seafood,burgers and salads. Really new and awesome restaurant called ‘Quarters’ @ St Huberts Estate. Generally this is the day 10am Helen and Joeys Estate wine tasting (sometimes kangaroos here) 11amYering Farm wine and cider tasting 12:15 St Huberts Estate for lunch 1:45 Four Pillars Gin 3:10 Chocolate tasting 4:15 Depart Will be back by 4:50-5:10 We use a 24 seater bus but only fill 18-20seats
12 Apostles, Otways & Great Ocean Road
Want to explore the Great Ocean Road in style with a local Aussie guide? Our premium (but humble) small group experience is made for you :) @hikeandseektours we like to keep it small, so join the group of 8 other awesome travellers for this memorable day adventure. With coffees in our hands we’ll depart Melbourne and head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. We promise you’ll never forget this view! After the Apostles and Gibson Steps, it's time for a delicious lunch at our favourite local cafe before driving through the Great Otway National Park. Here we’ll take an easy-moderate 3km hike through an ancient rainforest to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls (Psst! The big bus companies can't make it here). Always wanted to see humongous trees? On our next stop we will take a stroll amongst the ‘Giants of the forest’. Photos won’t do any justice of this place, so you *have to* experience it yourself. From there we’ll cruise along the iconic Great Ocean Road stopping at Apollo Bay for an optional award-winning gelato. Say G’day to some wild koalas, drop bears, king parrots & kangaroos at Kennett River and walk or swim at the beach in the surftown Lorne - or simply grab a snack before heading back to Melbourne. It is a long way but once in a lifetime roadtrip! Other things to note Grade 2: No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface. There is driving involved on this experience but the views are definitely worth it and our van is very comfy.
Walk Melbourne with an Expert Tour Guide
Join one of our popular walking tours as a VIP guest and spend a few hours exploring the city centre, seeing historical buildings, learning about history, marvelling at street art in laneways, browsing through arcades, and exploring Chinatown. Learn about the historical events that shaped Melbourne, and learn what the culture is like today. Our guides weave together a comprehensive picture about Melbourne through history and currently, and all the things that make it the ‘most liveable city in the world.’ You may be in a group with other tips-based tour members, but as a Complete Melbourne tour guest I'll buy you a famous Melbourne coffee within the first hour, and in true Aussie fashion, end the tour with a local beer. Don't worry about tipping — your fee covers my time, the coffee, the beer, and some extra suggestions at the tour's end. Your beer won’t be at just any old pub - it’s the oldest and most historic pub in Melbourne. While at the pub you’ll have the opportunity to ask for further recommendations for the rest of your time here in Melbourne, as I write down all the best Melbourne recommendations on a city map that is yours to keep.
Paella, Sangria & Churros Cooking class
Learn how to cook and prepare authentic Spanish cuisine Begin with a trip to the NEW Fruiterer's Wife Market to buy fresh ingredients Cook paella and make refreshing sangria in a small sized group Once done, sit down with your fellow classmates to enjoy lunch together *Please be aware that classes are subject to cancellation if booking numbers are insufficient*
Melbourne By Bike's famous City Tour
With our Melbourne By Bike City Tour you'll see more in a few hours than most see in days. Get your bearings as you explore Melbourne’s grooviest streets, parks, shops, cafes, hidden laneways and multicultural neighbourhoods. Experience real Melbourne friendliness and sample some gourmet treats on this leisurely ride with a local guide. It’s the perfect way to start any Melbourne visit. We treat all our guests like old friends visiting from out-of-town. We're putting real hospitality back into the tourism industry. Enjoy exploring Melbourne with the wind in your hair on this eco-friendly back-streets small-group adventure. From the street art to the markets and hidden gems we'll tell you the best places to eat, drink and shop throughout your stay in Melbourne. We'll tell you where to find the best apple pie gelato, we'll show you the Greek tavern that has no menu, the burger joint in a train perched on a rooftop and lots more. We have the most experienced, passionate guides in Melbourne and light, comfy 21-speed bikes that are a joy to ride… or upgrade to an e-bike for just $40 on the day. Other things to note: It's a good idea to wear layers as Melbourne's weather can change, comfortable riding clothes and closed shoes.
Photo shoot while exploring the streets of Melbourne CBD
Join me in a unique walking tour of major architectures and artsy alleys of Melbourne. You will have your own customized experience depending on your preferences. You like parks? Sure. You like more street photography? Perfect. You prefer galleries and museums? You got it. I will give you options. But if you’re feeling more adventurous, just say “surprise me.” I will be your photographer and I will show you my favorite photo spots. Just relax, see the city, and let me run around to take shots candidly. You will be a main character for an hour.
Uncover Hidden Laneway Bars
Melbourne seems to hold a competition for the coolest bar. First criteria: Be difficult to find. In three hours, you'll discover four of the best hidden laneway bars the city has to offer. You'll get a chance to interact with local bartenders, ask for custom orders, and get time to plan the rest of your night as you explore the 100's of great bars this city has to offer. Your experience includes me! Drinks are at your own expense, and I'll join you for a few.
Mornington Peninsula Hike & Hot Pools
Want a perfect day exploring the outdoors or relaxing in a day spa? Now you can have them both. We @hikeandseektours invite you to hike rugged coastlines and unwind in the luxurious Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs with 8 other nature lovers and a local Aussie guide. From Melbourne city we’ll make our way to the idyllic Mornington Peninsula with our brand new VW van and freshly brewed coffee in our hands. First stop is the summit of Arthur’s Seat where we’ll share panoramic ocean views and with some luck, we'll say G'day to our kangaroo friends. We’ll then cruise down to Bushrangers Bay for a 8km easy return hike featuring stunning coastal scenery, rocky bays and blue waters. Spot more kangaroos, wallabies and listen to the songs of native birds as we wander along the undulating path. After we return from our first hike, we head to Cape Schanck for a smaller walk along the boardwalk before a delicious local cafe lunch at Merchant & Maker. Order some local wines here! Our final stop, Peninsula Hot Springs which is an award-winning natural hot springs and outdoor day spa destination. It’s the perfect way to end a great date with nature! (Bathing time is their standard 2h. The spa entrance fee & towels included to the price. Please note that lunch is not included.) #hikeandseektours Other things to note Grade 2 Hiking: No bush walking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and occasional steps.
Grampians hike & waterfalls
Want to hike one of the best hikes in Victoria guided by local Aussie? @hikeandseektours is inviting you to join this premium, small group day adventure that will stay with you forever! We will cruise down to the Grampians National Park to start our first hike of the day - a moderate 4.2km return that weaves us through fascinating rock formations before we arrive at The Pinnacle, the most iconic destinations in the park. This famous jagged cliff face is quite the site and there will be plenty of time to soak up the views and capture some amazing photos. After the great views we will head into Halls Gap for a delicious lunch at the Harvest Cafe before the drive up to Mackenzie Falls. This small walk is a steep 2km trail but you will be rewarded with one of Victoria's largest and most beautiful waterfalls. Feel free to dip your toes in the icy mountain water to refresh your feet. Our next stop is the picturesque Boroka Lookout where you will be able to experience stunning views of Halls Gap, Lake Bellfield and Mt William mountain ranges. Before heading back to Melbourne we’ll say goodbyes to our wild local friends: kangaroos & emus at their very favourite hangout spot. Our motto: Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints + have some fun! #hikeandseektours Other things to note Grade 3 hiking: Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bush walking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections a rough surface and many steps.
Phillip Island Hike & Penguin Parade
Have you always wanted to visit the world-famous Penguin Parade? We @hikeandseektours invite you to hike beautiful coastlines and meet native animals with a friendly local guide. It’s time to hit the road with a small group (max 8 guests). Our first stop is a surfer’s dream beach, Cape Woolamai. From here we will lace up the boots and start our hike that will guide you through rugged rock formations, known as the Pinnacles. As we make our way around the Nature Park you can witness stunning views over the Bass Strait and pounding surf below. Look out for wallabies, echidnas, and whales in the winter months. After our easy/moderate 6.8km hike we will head into Cowes for a delicious lunch or snack at a local café before we make our way to the Phillip Island Koala Reserve. Stroll through this eucalypt woodland and come ‘face-to-face’ with koalas in their natural habitat. The Koala Reserve’s unique treetop boardwalks and close viewing areas allow visitors to see how truly amazing koalas are. Our next stop is The Nobbies for an easy stroll along the boardwalk to discover breathtaking coastline views and the impressive thundering blowhole. This area is home to Australia’s largest seal colony. And to finish the day we will take a waddle on the wild side and see hundreds (sometimes thousands) of penguins emerge from the surf at sunset at the world-famous Penguin Parade. Other things to note Grade 2 Hiking: No bush walking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and occasional steps.
Multicultural Markets of Melbourne
15% DISCOUNT WHEN 2+ PASSENGERS BOOK! Join us in discovering Melbourne's neighbourhood markets from a local’s perspective. Learn how the markets are unique to the city, interact with the vendors and taste mouth-watering local produce. *HIGHLIGHTS* - Explore the fascinating history of Queen Victoria Market - Discover how multicultural food reflects Australia’s diverse society - Sample delicious local food samples * INCLUSIONS* - A variety of specially curated local and international food tastings - Cup of famous Melbourne Coffee With your local host and intimate group, you’ll discover the best of Melbourne’s bustling markets and multicultural community. You'll visit Queen Victoria Market, the largest open air market in Australia in the morning (before the rush), where you'll have time to interact with the vendors and gain rare insight into the history of the city and how the character of Melbourne has developed. Melbourne's oldest markets are packed with stories, and we’ll include plenty of samples, tastings and time for you to explore, so you can get the true experience. Also hear about how immigration has been a driving force in Melbourne which gives the city such a unique vibe. PLEASE NOTE: We reserve the right to change both the route and places visited within the tour.
Hidden Bars & Laneway Legends Melbourne Walking Tour
Join us as explore the best of the City’s hidden bars, secret laneways and fascinating boozy history on Melbourne's best history and hidden bar tour. · Sites: We'll explore the eastern side of the Melbourne CBD laneways, home to some of our most famous and interesting places. This is the side of Melbourne most tourists (and even some locals!) never see. · History: We'll learn about Melbourne's boozy origins, wine parties, gambling police commissioners, the origin of the bar girl, temperance movement and much more! · Bars: We'll stop at three hidden bars, plus show others to visit another time. Additional Extras · Photos: Our guide will be on hand to take some happy snaps which will be shared with you after the tour! · Hidden Bar Map: Receive your exclusive DHT Hidden Bar Map of Melbourne after the tour so you can keep exploring our unique and diverse bar scene
Go on a nighttime grazing tour of Melbourne's city eats
As a tour guide, we’re so used to giving tours during the daytime, just a little shift into the evening makes for an entirely different vibe. It’s a really fun context from which to give a walking tour. The city takes on a different character at night — shadowy alleyways, raucous bars, and excited theatre-goers. It’s with this backdrop that we'll explore a city coming to life. We'll spend 3 hours ducking and weaving through the crowds as we find ourselves in three unique holes-in-the-wall from a cheeky standing bite. This is not your typical, sit-down-and-wait-an-hour-for-your-food walking tour. No, this experience will have you pushing crowds aside to find that perfect greasy pizza joint in the back of a dive bar, having your guide help you translate the mandarin menu from a dumping house, and exploring a restaurant that seems juuust on this side of the health code.