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  • Melbourne: Sports Venue Sightseeing Tour

    1. Melbourne: Sports Venue Sightseeing Tour

    Designed to showcase Melbourne’s passion for sports, this tour is led by industry experts and provides a fun day out for sports lovers of all ages. Walk in the footsteps of famous sports stars as you explore Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Park and Rod Laver Arena.

    Meet your friendly guide in Federation Square, then set out on your sightseeing adventure to some of the city’s most beloved sporting venues. The first stop of the day is the iconic Rod Laver Arena, which hosts the Australian Open each year.

    Walk in the footsteps of sports superstars such as Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Don’t forget to snap photos of your unforgettable visit. As you explore, learn about Melbourne's range of world class events such as the Melbourne Cup, F1 Grand Prix, MotoGP, and Bells Beach Surf Pro.

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  • Melbourne Sports Lovers Morning Tour

    2. Melbourne Sports Lovers Morning Tour

    Melbourne Sports Lovers Morning Tour is a sightseeing tour with a difference. Explore the vast Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australian Open venue, or the Australian Sports Museum, led by a professional tour guide, and learn about the history of Melbourne through its sporting achievements. Visit the venues that have hosted some of Australia’s favorite sporting events. Explore Flemington Race Course, home of the Melbourne Cup, the horse race that stops the nation. Drive through the Commonwealth Games athlete’s village and around Albert Park, on the Melbourne F1 Grand Prix Circuit. Choose from the following options: take a tour behind the scenes at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, visit the Australian Open arena , or explore the Australian Sports Museum. At all venues you will have access to the exclusive member areas and media centers. Following your tour, lunch is included at the city's dockl...

  • Melbourne Sports Lovers Tour

    3. Melbourne Sports Lovers Tour

    This tour will show you the venues that host some of Australia’s favourite sporting events. Explore Flemington, home of the Melbourne Cup – the horse race that stops the nation. Drive through the Commonwealth Games Athletes Village and around Albert Park, on the Melbourne F1 Grand Prix Circuit. Your tour includes time to explore the all-new, state-of-the-art Australian Sports Museum, an interactive museum like no other. Next, go behind-the-scenes of the Australian Open including player rooms and (events permitting) the arena bowl. Later, enjoy a tour of the Melbourne Cricket Ground and walk on the hallowed turf.

    our Tamara was fantastic!! full of information about the sports and area in general. The arenas we visited were good . My favourite was travelling around Albert Park especially as they were erecting the stands and put the track lay out ready for the race!! Tamara was thoughtful if everybody's needs and made sure to cover all things which were possible. no body went away unhappy. Thank you .

  • iVenture Melbourne Flexi Attractions Pass: 3, 5 or 7 Tickets

    4. iVenture Melbourne Flexi Attractions Pass: 3, 5 or 7 Tickets

    Learn why Melbourne's motto is "she gathers strength as she goes," and other fascinating urban trivia with your Melbourne Flexi Attractions Pass. This sightseeing pass provides you with entry to many of the city's premier locations, letting you experience 3, 5, or 7 city highlights during a flexible 3-month period. Select the number of sightseeing destinations you wish to explore, and then discover them for yourself during a convenient 3-month period. Choose from an impressive array of over 25 of Melbourne's sightseeing tours, cruises, watersports, and wildlife encounters. Included Attractions: • Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium • Eureka Skydeck 88 • Phillip Island Nature Park - 3 Park Pass • Melbourne Zoo • AAT Kings Half-Day Sightseeing Coach Tour • IceBar Melbourne • Melbourne River Cruise • Melbourne Cricket Ground & National Sports Museum • Old Melbourne Gaol • Werribee Open Range Zoo ...

  • iVenture Melbourne Unlimited Attractions pass

    5. iVenture Melbourne Unlimited Attractions pass

    Soak up the sights and sounds of Melbourne with an Unlimited Attractions Pass that lets you uncover the city's treasures at your own pace. Choose from more than 20 attractions, visiting as many as you like in an unforgettable period of 3 or 7 consecutive days. Make the most of your time in southeastern Australia, rising with the sun each day to discover the impressive array of sightseeing tours, attractions, cruises, watersports, and wildlife encounters that are calling to you. See Melbourne from the street during a rousing bus tour. Or, admire the glittering metropolis from a bird's-eye perspective at the Eureka Skydeck 88. On another day, marvel at Australian wildlife in the Melbourne Zoo and see king penguins and rare seadragons at the Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium. Take a peek at the Melbourne cricket ground and fend off shivers at the IceBar Melbourne. Included attractions: • Sea Li...

    It covers most fun activities in Melbourne. Mixture of nature and city. It is among the cheapest package. The total value is worth it. Except AATKing denied us from getting on board, they insisted on the physical card, instead of QRCode. As much as possible, try to cover all zoos, there are unique each. The attraction in city is "free", if you sum up all activities.

  • The Ultimate Melbourne Sports Tour

    6. The Ultimate Melbourne Sports Tour

    The Ultimate Melbourne Sports Tour is a sightseeing tour with a difference. Immerse yourself in Melbourne–the sports capital of Australia. Includes guided behind-the-scenes tours of the Melbourne Cricket Ground and Australian Open, plus time to explore the Australian Sports Museum. Tour behind the scenes at the Melbourne cricket ground. This is Australia's most significant sports stadium dating back to 1853, having been used for the 1956 Olympics and Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. Visit the Northern Stand, the coaches’ box, media center, changing rooms, and exclusive member’s area. Take a trip to the National Sports Museum, featuring over 2,500 sporting artifacts showcasing the great moments in Australia’s sporting history. The tour includes a tour of the famous Rod Laver arena, one of the world’s busiest sports and entertainment precincts. Drive through the Commonwealth Games ath...

  • Melbourne Sports Walk

    7. Melbourne Sports Walk

    Start your tour by meeting your guide at the Melbourne Day Tour Centre. Walk along the path built to accommodate guests to the 2006 Commonwealth Games all the way to the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Once here, enjoy a guided tour of the iconic stadium, which has a capacity of just over 100,000 people.  Afterwards, continue on foot to discover more of Melbourne's favourite sporting arenas. Visit AAMI Park, home to rugby teams Melbourne Storm and Melbourne Rebels, as well as the soccer clubs of Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City FC. Next make your way to the Olympic Park Oval, built on the site of former Olympic Park Stadium, built for the 1956 Summer Olympics. This venue is now home to Collingwood FC, one of the most popular AFL teams in Australia. Visit Melbourne Arena, Rod Laver Arena, and Margaret Court Arena, the home of the Australian Open Tennis Championships. Take in the sights a...

  • Melbourne Sports Walking Tour

    8. Melbourne Sports Walking Tour

    Meet your guide outside the Visitor Hub at Town Hall. From there, stroll down towards Melbourne's renowned sporting precinct where you'll see famous sites including Rod Laver Arena and AAMI Park. Along the way, hear about Melbourne's sporting history, the key figures responsible and how the city came to be so sports obsessed. Also get behind the scenes insights into famous events including like the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, and the Australian Open whilst uncovering the impact such events have had on the city of Melbourne and its people.  Stand on the site of the 1956 Olympic Games. See the statues of Australia's greatest tennis players and visit Show Court 3, one of the main courts of the Australian Open used by the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Serena Williams. Visit Garden Square which is the heart and center of the Australian open, Australia's on...

    It was an awesome experience. Living in Melbourne for the past 15 years never knew MCG had such great value and history. Thank you guys for the experience my uncle had his childhood dream accomplished thanks to you all. I will sure recommend this for all my visitors and friends.

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What people are saying about Melbourne Park

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 31 reviews

our Tamara was fantastic!! full of information about the sports and area in general. The arenas we visited were good . My favourite was travelling around Albert Park especially as they were erecting the stands and put the track lay out ready for the race!! Tamara was thoughtful if everybody's needs and made sure to cover all things which were possible. no body went away unhappy. Thank you .

It was an awesome experience. Living in Melbourne for the past 15 years never knew MCG had such great value and history. Thank you guys for the experience my uncle had his childhood dream accomplished thanks to you all. I will sure recommend this for all my visitors and friends.

Excellent but unfinished due to westhet

The your stated out brilliantly with Mike our enthusiastic and very knowledgeable guide. Unfortunately we were forced to stop due to torrential rain and glacial wind. A real shame. However we plan on going on the same tour next time in Melbourne - since we know we’ll be back

Tamara was an awesome guide, very knowledgeable about sport and Melbourne. Gave us some recommendations for the rest of our stay and went above and beyond to accommodate us.

mike was an awesome guide and we got a lot of information about the history...olympic...and of course sports