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Collins Street Tours and Activities

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Melbourne’s grandest avenue, Collins Street is known for being a hub for prestigious boutiques and designer stores, theaters, global bank headquarters, high-end hotels and restaurants.

Running for a mile between Elizabeth and King Street, Collins Street is the traditional main street of the city. On a visit, start at the east end, or “Paris end,” so named for its lavish Victorian-era buildings, erected in the 1880s when Melbourne grew recklessly during the Victorian gold rush.

Collins Street has long been Melbourne’s center of financial activities. Some of the banks are housed in Victorian gothic builds nicknamed “Cathedrals of Commerce,” while others are in shining glass skyscrapers, some of which are Australia’s tallest, like 101 Collins Street. It’s worth seeing the late 19th century Old Stock Exchange, which looks straight out of Venice, and the ANZ Gothic Bank — all gold leaf ceilings and grand ceilings on the inside.

On Collins Street you’ll also find flagship branches for the likes of Prada, Armani, Tiffany & Co, and Longchamp. There are also a number of shopping malls along the street, including Collins Place, the Block Arcade, and Georges on Collins.

Collins Street is also home to the Athenaeum and Regent theatres, which put on international productions throughout the year, and it’s also known for its impressive 19th century churches: Collins Street Baptist Church, St Michael's Uniting Church, and Scot's Presbyterian Church.

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Melbourne Foodie Discovery Walking Tour

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Melbourne is Australia’s culinary capital, but to discover the city’s foodie hotspots, you need a local guide. On this food walking tour, explore Melbourne’s atmospheric laneways and arcades; visit the city’s coolest bars, cafés, and street food stalls; and sample everything from Chinese dumplings to sweet pastries. This small-group tour is limited to 10 people for an authentic local experience.
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Small Group Melbourne Shore Excursion

Small Group Melbourne Shore Excursion

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Benefit from a half-day small-group city tour when your cruise ship docks in Melbourne. Travel through historic neighborhoods and shopping districts to see terraced Victorian-era homes, and learn about Melbourne's history. You can follow the Yarra River to the Docklands or check out the seaside town of St Kilda on a tour that includes morning tea.
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Melbourne Coffee Lovers Walking Tour

Melbourne Coffee Lovers Walking Tour

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Experience Melbourne’s coffee culture and get your morning caffeine fix on this walking tour. Visit four coffee houses and cafés around Melbourne, sample a selection of different coffee varieties, and uncover all the secrets of brewing the perfect coffee. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people for an authentic local experience.
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Melbourne Foodie Culture

Melbourne Foodie Culture

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Melbourne's renowned for its food scene, but concise guides of where to go during a mini-break or short city visit are hard to come by. Take in as many local flavors as possible during your visit to Melbourne with this multi-cultural foodie tour. Starting at the popular Immigration Museum and then progressing to the city's well-known laneways, this tour goes beyond tastings and tips - it puts the city's cuisine in context.
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Melbourne. Laneways and Alleyways

Melbourne. Laneways and Alleyways

Do you know that Melbourne has the highest number of cafes and restaurants per number of people than any other city in the world? Immerse yourself in Melbourne cafe culture and street art, exploring the hidden treasures located within the many cobblestone laneways and alleyways within the City center. Five of the six tallest buildings in Australia are in Melbourne’s CBD. Are you ready to discover the true heart of Melbourne?
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Melbourne Cathedrals and Parklands tour

Melbourne Cathedrals and Parklands tour

Have you ever imagined how beautiful is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria? Fitzroy Gardens is an elegantly designed inner-city parkland and a cornerstone of Melbourne's claim to be Australia's “Garden City”. Spread over 26 hectares (64 acres), this park features plant displays designed with Victorian-era flair and historic landmarks that preserve the city's stories. Tour will include St Paul's Anglican Cathedral, St Patrick's Catholic Cathedral, Treasury gardens as well as Collins Street..the "Paris" of Melbourne, with its elaborate ironwork and Victorian architecture.
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Should I book Collins Street tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Collins Street can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 6 Collins Street tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Collins Street 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Collins Street costs USD 66.43. Guided Collins Street tours start around USD 66.43 per person. See all 6 Collins Street tickets and tours on Viator.
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