Conference Tours

Why not take the opportunity when coming to Melbourne to experience some of the best of Victoria? ICMS Travel has selected an extensive range of half and full day tours allowing you to experience the highlights of Melbourne and its regional areas. Visit ICMS Travel for a full listing of tours available.

Click here to access the ICMS Travel website.

Shopping Spree Tours

Cost: $74.00
Operates 6 days a week, not on Sundays

This exciting fun filled coach tour starts with personal pickup from one of six central departure points. Come on an exciting fun filled day of shopping, sightseeing and exploring the best factories and warehouses that Melbourne has to offer. Included in the tour is a delicious two-course lunch, sightseeing and optional viewing from the Melbourne Observation Deck at your own cost. Tours run in Melbourne every day except Sundays and Public Holidays, and visit approximately 8 -10 factories and warehouses.

Click here to visit the Shopping Spree website and for more information on how to book this tour.

Ghost Tours of Melbourne

Cost: $20.00
Time: 20:30 - 22:30

As seen on The Great Outdoors, Postcards and Coxy's Big Break. Come face to face with Melbourne's haunted past on an informative, fun-filled 2 hour historical walking tour conducted by Haunted Bookshop owner, occult author and Victoria's ghostbuster, Drew Sinton.

Please note that this presentation is aimed at adults therefore it may be unsuitable for children.

Click here to visit the Haunted Australia website and for more information on how to book this tour.

Cemetery Tour

Cost: $20.00 per person, includes light refreshments
Selected Wednesdays and Sundays 13:00 to 15:00

Tour guides Helen D. Harris OAM and Jan Davidson have been running tours of Melbourne General Cemetery for over twenty years, and have a detailed knowledge of many of the fascinating characters of Australian history who are buried there. Their knowledge comes from many hours of research spent in libraries and the Public Record Office.

Click here to visit the Cemetery Tour website and for more information on how to book this tour.

MCG Tours

Cost: $18.00
Tours depart on all non-event days, every 30 minutes between 10:00 - 15:00.

As the super stage of Australian sport the Melbourne Cricket Ground is an unforgettable experience. Traditionally the MCG has provided the live drama to thrill millions worldwide…memorable events such as the Olympic Games, Test Cricket ad Australian Football's incomparable Grand Final on the last Saturday in September. But backstage, the MCG Tours gives the visitor the opportunity to relive their great sporting memories through a comprehensive tour of this marvellous stadium where so many champions of yesterday and today have performed.

Click here to visit the MCG website and for more information on how to book this tour.

Melbourne's Golden Mile Heritage Trail

Cost: $20.00
Duration: 2.5 hours approximately

Walk 'Marvellous Melbourne' and experience how the discovery of gold shaped the city. See the
majestic architecture and hear stories from your professional guide about the colourful characters of early boom town Melbourne. Tour departs from Federation Square and is a 4 km gentle undulating walk.

Click here to visit the Welcome to Victoria website and for more information on how to book this tour.

Chocolate Tours

Cost: $30.00
Duration: 1.5-2 hours approximately

Chocoholics, sweet tooth's and travelers alike can discover Melbourne's world of chocolate and desserts, and experience hidden charms of the city's streets, lanes and arcades, all in one tour. Let a Melbournian take you on a walk to show you the city! The chocolate walking tours are for all ages and take place throughout the year, in all weather conditions.

Click here to visit the Chocolate Tours website and for more information on how to book this tour.

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