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Melbourne City Sights plus Dandenong Afternoon Tour

Captain Cooks Cottage, Fitzroy Gardens Melbourne.

See the best Melbourne attractions plus a tour to the famous Dandenong Ranges combined in this fabulous afternoon Melbourne sightseeing tour.

The Blue Dandenongs is a natural group of mountain ranges to the east of Melbourne and at the summit gives spectacular views of Melbourne and suburbs.

Make online bookings for the Melbourne City and Dandenongs afternoon tour.

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Captain Cooks CottageMelbourne City Sights and Dandenongs Afternoon Tour

There are many fine attractions around Melbourne, beautiful historic buildings and lush, picturesque gardens and parks that are worthy of being on any tour itinerary.

Some of the early architecture in Melbourne is especially notable for the aesthetic beauty as well as the historic value. You will see some of the best examples of this in buildings such as the St. Paul's Cathedral and the Melbourne Town Hall.

You may be able to also take a stroll in the lovely Fitzroy Gardens and view the historic Captain Cooks Cottage, which was was originally built in 1755 in Yorkshire and transported from England to Australia in 1933.

Crimson RosellasThe Fitzroy Gardens is one of the very best and a personal favorite. If time allows, make sure you see the Fairy Tree in the Fitzroy Gardens. It is so steeped in history and a notable heritage item.

After visiting the Shrine of Remembrance where you have a stop for photos, you head out of the city for the beautiful Dandenong ranges and Sherbrooke Forest where you will have beautiful views and a chance to see native Australian animals.

Seed is provided so you can feed kookaburras and crimson rosellas, so have the camera ready for some more magnificent photos.



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