Our SCHOOL TOURS PROGRAMS have been inspiring Primary (3-6), Secondary and Tertiary students since 1991 with over fifty imaginative excursions. We design and create routes, experiences, activities, role plays and images that excite students to meet specific learning outcomes and curriculum guidelines.  Our popular walks include Sustainability, City Discovery,  Runner (Squizzy Taylor), Street Art, Early Melbourne, Liveability (Geography), Indigenous landscapes, Explorers, Colonial, Federation and 40 others!  Or ask us to design a unique tour just for you!  We often assign every student to the role of a Melbourne historic identity during our tours.
Our excursion calendar fills up rapidly – book early to avoid disappointment!
We maintain Working with Children Check, First Aid Certificate Two, Risk Plans, public liability insurance, accreditation by Professional Tour Guides of Australia. We follow a Safety Code/Risk Plan on the day.  See   BOOKINGS AND INQUIRIES.


THE CITY OF MELBOURNE aims to be a  sustainable ‘carbon neutral’ precinct within two years (2020). Our walking tour explores locations where Melbourne’s architecture, … Read more


Explore Melbourne’s oldest park – Flagstaff Gardens –  with  its extraordinary history of rare and ancient trees,  graveyard, signal station, observatory, corroboree site, promenade … Read more

Radical Melbourne Tour

CELEBRATE an alternative history of protesters, strikers, street artists, bohemians, feminists, socialists, Aboriginal resistance fighters, slum sisters, soldiers, activists, writers, printing presses, anti-rascist campaigners and … Read more

St Kilda Walking Tours

Explore Fantastical St Kilda, one of Melbourne’s most popular and historic suburbs.  Absorb its extraordinary atmosphere, architecture, pubs, mix of people, pleasure … Read more


Journey the‘The Golden Mile’ of  Collins Street to experience 180 years of iconic Melbourne places. Explore the great heritage and contemporary architecture from … Read more

St Kilda Cemetery Tour

DISCOVER extraordinary lives and superlative monuments with the author of ‘Nation Builders. Great Lives and Stories from St Kilda Cemetery‘. VISIT  identities such as … Read more