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Port of Melbourne and Docklands Sightseeing Cruise

4.5
(10 Reviews )

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clock1 hour

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    Get on a leisurely voyage along Melbourne's famous and historical Yarra River into the fascinating Docklands on this sightseeing cruise. Each journey from the docks to the city port takes approximately an hour, providing guests with sufficient time to admire the spectacular landmarks and impressive skyscrapers that border Yarra River's banks. Glide past Melbourne's bustling shipping channels and grand structures such as Southgate Arts and Leisure Precinct, Crown Entertainment Complex (where you find Australia's largest casino), the Melbourne Aquarium, the Exhibition Center, Polly Woodside (the city's maritime museum), and the World Trade Center. You will pass under the renowned Bolte and Westgate Bridges. You will not only marvel at the breathtaking sights of Melbourne but also discover the routes of early settlers of the city.

    The vessel features modern amenities, including large panoramic windows and alfresco sun decks, so passengers can fully enjoy the sights. Guests will get complimentary coffee or tea upon boarding. Service animals are allowed, and the trip is stroller accessible. Passengers on a wheelchair can participate in the tour if they can get on and off the vessel on their own, and if the wheelchair is collapsible. The tour limits passengers to only ten travelers to make sure that every guest receives the utmost personalized service.

    According to customers, the tour is one of the best and most enjoyable cruises available. It is relaxing, engaging, and informative at the same time. The staff is not only friendly but also efficient. It is a must-try for every visitor to Melbourne.

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