- *Tours available on request from September - March
Cruise The Bayside Bike Paths
- Beach cruiser or City style bike with easy gears and comfy seat
- Experienced Local guide
- Guaranteed Small Groups (Max 8 guests)
- Stop for lunch & coffee with a great view (lunch included)
For our Shore Excursions we meet you in Port Melbourne with bikes all ready to go when you walk off the ship. That's right nowhere to get to nobody to find. You will see us as you walk off with our red bikes lined up. The tour will end at our shop in Batman park on the Tram line to Port Melbourne and Free Public Transport around the CBD.
- The Yarra River The lower stretches of The Yarra River, or historically the Yarra Yarra River, where the city of Melbourne was established in 1835 and today Greater Melbourne dominates and influences the landscape.
- Port Melbourne The formerly industrial area has seen intense renewal over the past decade. As a result a diverse and historic area now features industrial and port areas along the Yarra, to open parklands, bayside beaches, and Bay Street’s famous restaurants.
- Albert Park & Lake The park encompasses 560 acres of parkland including Albert Park Lake 120 acres and provides numerous ovals, sporting facilities, the Albert Park Public Golf Course, a 5km walking track around the lake, and the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit.
- St Kilda Known for its culture of bohemianism and as home to many prominent artists, musicians and subcultures. It is home to St Kilda Beach, Melbourne’s most famous beach, several theatres and several of Melbourne’s big events and festivals.
- Botanical Gardens The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne are internationally renowned botanical gardens located near the centre of Melbourne. They are 38 hectares of landscaped gardens consisting of a mix of native and exotic vegetation including over 10,000 species.
- Shrine of Remembrance Built as a memorial of Victorians who served in World War I and now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war. One of the largest war memorials in Australia it hosts annual observances of ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day.
- MCG & Melbourne Sporting Prescient The MCG, often referred to by locals as “The G” is the 11th-largest stadium in the world, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. The centrepiece of the 1956 Olympics, 2006 Commonwealth Games and 1992 Cricket World Cup.
- Melbournes Hidden Laneways A favourite with many on this tour we take our time to explore the diverse range of street art and associated subcultures through some hidden laneways in Melbourne’s CBD.