Melbourne Walking Tours
Rain, hail or shine, there is nothing that Melbournians enjoy more than exploring their beautiful city.
With lockdowns over and the first glimpses of Spring sunshine in the air – what better way to make the most of the atmosphere than with CAE Melbourne Walking Tours? From the city to the suburbs, eating, photography and culture; there is a walking tour up everyone’s alley.
Photographing Melbourne: A Walking Tour with a Difference! Lanes & Arcades
Take creative photographs of Melbourne’s laneways and arcades, both famous and hidden. Each location has its own history, both colourful and dark. Jacob shows you how to see these sites from another angle so that your photographic images will have that something extra. It’s sure to be an informative and entertaining session and is suitable for all levels and camera types.
Melbourne’s Lanes & Alleyways
Join popular tour guide, Isabel Simpson, for further exploration of the city’s intriguing network of lanes and alleyways. Commencing in Flinders Lane, we zigzag across the top of the city, including sites such as Oliver’s Lane, Alfred Place, and including lost sites such as a 19thC garden. Where was Lang Lane and what is it now? This is a fascinating look into the social development in this corner of the city.
Exploring Jewish Culture & Cuisine
Join Shlomo Zimmer for a pleasant Sunday exploration of Jewish culture and cuisine. This is an opportunity for you to visit classic Jewish bakeries, delis, bookstores and gift shops, guided by Shlomo, with his extensive cultural and culinary knowledge.
North by Northwest – Exploring Melbourne Architecture
Multi award-winning architect, Nicholas Gioia, tours the North Western parts of the CBD between the State Library and the Queen Victoria Market.
This precinct contains many extraordinary historical buildings which are rapidly being overwhelmed by massive, glittering, 75-level apartment towers. Join Nicholas as he examines the historic and modern architecture and ponders the future of this intriguing area, the CBD’s most densely populated zone.
Richmond Historical Walking Tour
Richmond was the birthplace of diva Melba and home to Squizzy Taylor. Named after Richmond Hill, London, this suburb’s eclectic mix of prosperous settlers’ estates, tiny workmen’s cottages, former factories and leafy The Vaucluse makes for a fascinating walk through history with guide Isabel Simpson.
St Kilda Art Walking Tour
Take a close look at the life and times of some of the incredible artists of bohemian St Kilda with CAE’s Melbourne Walking Tours. Join Isabel Simpson as she guides you on a walking tour incorporating murals, street art and many other treasures associated with the amazing artistic characters who made their mark in this colourful inner Melbourne suburb.
Or check out our other amazing Melbourne Walking Tours. We look forward to catching you out and about soon!
You can find CAE’s City Campus at 253 Flinders Lane Melbourne 3000.