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31 Oct, 2023, 9:49 am



Melbourne has long been known for its thriving food, arts, and sporting culture. Your group gateway to Melbourne is ideal for sporting enthusiasts with a tour of all the stadiums hosting cricket, rugby, AFL, golf, or tennis matches. If you’re sports-mad, this tour has to be at the top of your list of things to do in the city. You can also enjoy the top Melbourne attractions with a bike tour, see spectacular views from Melbourne Skydeck, take a trip to Phillip Island Nature Parks’ Penguin Parade and be immersed in nature with the serenity of lakes and diverse plant collections with a trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens, joining 1,900,000 visitors annually who descend upon this beautiful natural wonderland. Our Team Trips packages have something for everyone. You can choose any activity and build your own package – the options are endless.


Tour the Top Sports Stadiums

Rod Laver Arena Team Trips Attractions
Whether your passion is cricket, rugby, AFL, golf, or tennis, a sports-themed city tour should be at the top of your list. During this half-day experience, you’ll learn about the various sports played in Melbourne and hear stories about memorable sports personalities and anecdotes from Melbourne’s sporting past and present. You’ll visit Rod Laver Arena for tennis history, the Melbourne & Olympic Parks, AAMI Park for soccer and rugby, and the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The MCG is Australia’s largest, oldest and most popular sporting venue. The MCG has hosted many international cricket games, including the first-ever Test and the 1992 World Cup final, countless VFL/AFL Grand Finals, the 1956 Olympic Games and the 2006 Commonwealth Games. It’s perfect for sports lovers.


See the Best of Melbourne on a Bike Tour

Melbourne Bike Tour Team Trips Attractions
Melbourne is one of Australia’s most bike-friendly cities, and seeing the best of the city by bike is a fantastic experience for your group. This sightseeing cycling tour sees your group ride you along the scenic waterfront of the Yarra River, past the Docklands and Southbank, and Melbourne landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral, Federation Square, and the Prince’s Bridge. Along the way, learn more about the city’s fascinating history, Aboriginal heritage, and notable past events from your guide—and gain insight into life in Melbourne today.


Take in Spectacular Views at Melbourne Skydeck

Team Views at Melbourne Skydeck
Your group will be left in awe when visiting the Melbourne Skydeck, which houses the highest observation deck in the southern hemisphere -standing at 300 metres high. Located at Level 88, Eureka Skydeck is Melbourne’s new ‘must-see’ attraction. Skydeck 88 is the only observation deck in the world that can thrill you with the Edge – a glass cube that projects 3 metres out from the building, with you in it! It’s an out-of-this-world experience.


Explore Melbourne’s Famed Art Scene

National Gallery of Victoria Team Trips
Melbourne is famed for its brimming art scene, and a trip to the National Gallery of Victoria is a must. It’s the country’s oldest and most-visited gallery, with a collection of over 70,000 pieces from Australia and worldwide. The city is also known for its street art, so why not take a self-guided walk through its laneways to see the city’s best artworks? The tour is approximately 3km and takes around two hours to complete – and there’s even an AC/DC Lane named after the iconic rock band, scattered with rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia. It’s a great experience for your team.

Hit the Road on an Ocean Tour

12 Apostles Melbourne Team Trips
Looking for a full-day adventure? Then, take an ocean day trip that sees your group cruise along the coast in search of the best lookout spots—like the 12 Apostles and world-famous Bells Surfing Beach. You’ll also go on a guided walk through a forest with some of the tallest trees in the world, stop for a swim at Apollo Bay, and visit Loch Ard Gorge. And keep your eyes peeled for koalas in the wild!


We’re sure you’ll love Melbourne and everything it offers. You can also visit the Shrine of Remembrance or Fitzroy Gardens and take in live sports matches. Be sure to ride on the City Circle Tram, try some of Melbourne’s renowned coffee, and tuck into delicious food.

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