Travelers, you just want to have fun, which is why you book with Worldwide Traveler. Our experts have firsthand, local knowledge and create custom-built, engaging itineraries for every client. But how do you know what you want to do in these destinations before you get there? We’ve asked a few of our awesome consultants to give us their top five things to do in our most popular locations!
So here’s Australia Consultant Peter Dias and his top five things to do in Melbourne!
Experience its famous Laneways and Arcades. Melbourne, amongst other things, is famous for its shopping, and you will come across some of the best boutiques and cafés strolling along its Laneways in the middle of the CBD (central business district).
See the Fairy Penguins come ashore.
Leaving the CBD, head south-east to Phillip Island, and see wineries, cheese producers, The Nobbies, and the Koala Conservation Centre, before settling in the see the little penguins come from out of the water, and waddle along the beach.
Discover the Twelve Apostles.
See the well-known landmark, the Twelve Apostles, along one of the world’s greatest coastal drives, the Great Ocean Road. Starting at Torquay, home to the world famous Bells Beach, and then travel west to Warrnambool, seeing the beautiful seaside towns of Apollo Bay and Lorne, as well as the Great Otway National Park.
Tour St. Kilda.
Go to Melbourne’s beach suburb of St Kilda. Explore Acland and Fitzroy Streets, see Luna Park, and take in the beach, while having Fish and Chips the old-school way, on newspaper, for lunch.
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Melbourne – a sports heaven
Melbourne is famous for the world-class sporting facilities right on its doorstep. Stroll along the Yarra River, down to the sporting precinct of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (commonly referred to as “the G”), the Melbourne Park National Tennis Centre, and AAMI Park. See the Melbourne Cup horserace in November at Flemington, or get a chance to play on Melbourne’s famous “Sandbelt” – collectively, some of the best golf courses in the world, all these courses within 5 miles of each other.
Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia clearly gives Peter an advantage when assisting agents with intricate itineraries down under. Peter has worked in the hospitality industry for more than six years, and uses his in depth knowledge and perspectives to create marvelous trip itineraries for his clients. Peter’s traveled to the Philippines, Singapore, India, most of Europe and Canada. He is well versed on meeting your clients’ needs with a particular focus on Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia.