OUR SCHOOL TOUR PROGRAM since 1991 has inspired primary, secondary, and tertiary students with over thirty imaginative walking excursions. We adventure through Melbourne’s places, times and cultures to excite students about meeting their learning and curriculum outcomes. We use role-plays, historic identities, activities, and images to actively engage students. Popular tours include Federation, Sustainability, City Discovery, Multicultural, Runner (Squizzy Taylor novel), Street Art, Liveability, Geography and Place, Crime, Economy, Indigenous Landscapes, Explorers, Colonial/Early Melbourne, Social Justice, Science and 20 others!  Or ask us to design a unique tour just for you!
Our tours comply with the Victorian Government and Education Department COVID-19 protocols.

Our excursion calendar often fills rapidly – book early to avoid disappointment!
We maintain Working with Children Check, First Aid Certificate, Risk Plans, Public Liability insurance and accreditation by Tour Guides Australia.
We follow a publicly available Safe Behavior Code and  Risk Plan 2024-2025
Please note that the cancellation or altering of previously confirmed bookings may attract a nominal administration Fee.


Melbourne Science Tour

EXPLORE Melbourne places connected to science, technology and innovation including geography, prehistory, paleontology, cosmology, physics, geometry, gravity, geology, archaeology and sustainability, bio-mimicry, … Read more


EXPLORE Melbourne’s oldest park and its extraordinary history of first burials, signal station, observatory, corroboree site, promenade for early Melbournians, historic buildings … Read more


EXPLORE the historic suburb of Port Melbourne, transformed in recent years from working-class docks and suburb to one of Victoria’s most desirable … 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

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