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The Official "Neighbours" Tour of Ramsay Street

The Official
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Melbourne, Australia

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$42.74

Everybody needs good Neighbours! Take a walk down Ramsay Street, where the dramas unfold every day on the set of Australia's longest running soap opera, Neighbours. On this official tour, see the actual houses and the street, meet a star (past or present) or see the exterior of the sets at the Neighbours Studios ... More info ›

Everybody needs good Neighbours! Take a walk down Ramsay Street, where the dramas unfold every day on the set of Australia's longest running soap opera, Neighbours. On this official tour, see the actual houses and the street, meet a star (past or present) or see the exterior of the sets at the Neighbours Studios. If you're lucky, you may even see the film crew in action! Upgrade to the Ultimate Fan Tour to visit the studio set of the fictional Lassiter’s complex.

Beloved by many, not just in Australia but across more than 50 countries including the UK, where it is especially adored, Neighbours is Australia’s longest-running television soap opera, entertaining fans with drama and heartache since 1985. This is the Aussie show that launched the career of many a star, most notably Kylie Minogue, and is sure to bring back memories of the early days of the Robinson and Ramsay families.

The Official 'Neigbours' Tour
See where it all began on fictional Ramsay Street, tucked away in the suburbs of Melbourne. This is the street where the residents of Neighbours live. The TV families may have changed over the seasons, but the exteriors of the houses remain the same. Take exclusive photos and grab an autograph or two from one of the past or present cast members.

The Ultimate Fan Tour
If you still want more, upgrade to the Ultimate Fan Tour, where you’ll go inside Global Television Studios to the exterior sets of the Lassiter’s Complex, including the lake, Carpenter Mechanics, Charlie’s Bar and Harold’s Store.

This is a great day out, and your professional guide will let you in on all the gossip, insider information and tricks of the trade in filming Neighbours.

Please note:
When filming takes place, Ramsay Street is closed and no public access is permitted. As the street is a small cul-de-sac, photo opportunities of the street and the houses are permitted from a distance only. Cast autographs and photo opportunity on the Official Neighbours Tour only.

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Cave Hill Aboriginal Cultural Experience from Ayers Rock

Cave Hill Aboriginal Cultural Experience from Ayers Rock - Ayers Rock, Australia
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Ayers Rock, Australia

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$202.85

Journey into the Aboriginal creation stories of the Anangu – the indigenous people of Cave Hill – on a day tour from Ayers Rock. See the creation story of the Seven Sisters, told through the ancient rock art of Cave Hill, one of Central Australia’s most significant Aboriginal rock-art sites ... More info ›

Journey into the Aboriginal creation stories of the Anangu – the indigenous people of Cave Hill – on a day tour from Ayers Rock. See the creation story of the Seven Sisters, told through the ancient rock art of Cave Hill, one of Central Australia’s most significant Aboriginal rock-art sites. Hear stories handed down by elders over the generations, and take a unique look through the eyes of the indigenous people into their history and culture. This once-in-a-lifetime experience is limited to just 11 participants, ensuring you’ll enjoy a small-group atmosphere with your guide.

Travel from Ayers Rock by 4WD deep into the desert of the Pitjantjatjara Lands of Central Australia and Cave Hill. On arrival you will be met by your indigenous Anangu guide, who will start your Aboriginal experience by explaining the songline of the Seven Sisters. Songlines are songs that have been sung among the indigenous people for thousands of years. They tell stories of the paths taken by the ancestors during Tjukurpa (creation time) and link different places and stories together. The Seven Sisters songline stretches from the north to the south of Australia, a distance of nearly 2,000 miles (3,200 km).

The story of the Seven Sisters tells the tale of seven young women who are pursued on a cross-country trek by Wati Nyiru, a sorcerer who casts a spells on one of the sisters. You will be filled with awe and wonder as you see the story come to life through a series of stunning cave paintings on the ceiling of Cave Hill, one of the most significant ancient rock-art sites in central Australia. Continue the tale as you follow the footprints of the sisters up to the top of the cave, where you’ll enjoy 360-degree views of the surrounding countryside. See Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Mt Conner and the imposing Musgrave Ranges.

During this one-of-a-kind experience, you’ll get a glimpse into the traditional way of life of the Anangu people and hear their stories of life in the desert.

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Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park Entry Ticket

Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park Entry Ticket - Cairns, Australia
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Cairns, Australia

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$44.92

Discover the living history of Australia’s indigenous Tjapukai people -- the people of the rainforest -- at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park in Cairns. Immerse yourself in traditional Tjapukai culture and learn to play a didgeridoo, throw a spear and catch a boomerang ... More info ›

Discover the living history of Australia’s indigenous Tjapukai people -- the people of the rainforest -- at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park in Cairns. Immerse yourself in traditional Tjapukai culture and learn to play a didgeridoo, throw a spear and catch a boomerang. One of the world's oldest living cultures is brought to life by Aboriginal dance performances, storytelling and various interactive crafts and activities. Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park will provide a unique insight into the traditional way of life as told by the Aboriginal people.

Located a 15-minute drive from Cairns or Palm Cove, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is a genuine cultural experience that celebrates the living history of Australia’s indigenous people. Listen to the stories of earth’s creation, known as Dreamtime, that have been passed down through the generations. See professional performers bring the stories to life as a didgeridoo provides the soundtrack to the corroboree, an Australian Aboriginal musical and dance performance.

This unique cultural experience will provide an opportunity to interact with members of the Tjapukai community. There are several performances, demonstrations and educational talks during the day.

Please see the Itinerary section below for a list of activities included in the general entry ticket.

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Port Arthur Historic Site 2-Day Pass

Port Arthur Historic Site 2-Day Pass - Port Arthur, Australia
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Port Arthur, Australia

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$28.25

Take a walk into the past at the Port Arthur Historic Site! With a two-day pass to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you'll go on a guided walking tour, have access to more than 30 historic buildings and ruins, and enjoy a cruise on Port Arthur’s harbour. With so much to see at Port Arthur, this two-day pass ensures you won't miss a thing!

With more than 30 buildings spread over 100 acres (40 hectares), there’s lots to explore at Australia’s most intact convict site, and this 2-day pass gives you the flexibility to discover as much of the Port Arthur grounds as you can during this time!

You can do and see the following activities and attractions in whatever order you'd like, but it's recommended that you start with the 40-minute introductory tour to get your bearings and learn the stories behind the Port Arthur penal colony and the convicts incarcerated there.

Then board the MV Marana for a 25-minute cruise on Port Arthur’s harbour ... More info ›

Take a walk into the past at the Port Arthur Historic Site! With a two-day pass to this UNESCO World Heritage Site, you'll go on a guided walking tour, have access to more than 30 historic buildings and ruins, and enjoy a cruise on Port Arthur’s harbour. With so much to see at Port Arthur, this two-day pass ensures you won't miss a thing!

With more than 30 buildings spread over 100 acres (40 hectares), there’s lots to explore at Australia’s most intact convict site, and this 2-day pass gives you the flexibility to discover as much of the Port Arthur grounds as you can during this time!

You can do and see the following activities and attractions in whatever order you'd like, but it's recommended that you start with the 40-minute introductory tour to get your bearings and learn the stories behind the Port Arthur penal colony and the convicts incarcerated there.

Then board the MV Marana for a 25-minute cruise on Port Arthur’s harbour. Listen to onboard commentary while you enjoy views of the Isle of the Dead Cemetery, Point Puer Boys' Prison, the Dockyards and Tasman National Park.

To help you explore the colony in a fun and informative way, you’ll be issued a 'stack of stories playing card' at the ticketing counter. The card will bring out your inner detective as you follow the life story of a character from Port Arthur discover they came to be at the penal settlement. Learn about the convict's individual journey to Port Arthur, as well as what life was like in 19th-century Britain and Australia.

See the dockyards, where the convicts helped build some of the finest ships in the colony around 1830s. They were so productive at the time, that the free shipwrights in Hobart petitioned to have them closed down. Listening to a 'soundscape,' you’ll hear the voices and sounds of the working dockyard come to life, allowing you to feel like you’ve stepped back into the 19th century.

To explore the site’s natural surrounds, follow the Convict Water Supply Trail to hear the story of the penal colony’s flour-production enterprises. Then, at the Museum and Convict Study Centre, trace your family history to see if any of your ancestors are on the convict database!

Take a stroll through the museum in the old Asylum building to learn more about life in the penal colony, then complete your Port Arthur tour by visiting the Commandant's House and Junior Medical Officers House to see how officers lived.

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Port Arthur Ghost Tour

Port Arthur Ghost Tour - Port Arthur, Australia
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Port Arthur, Australia

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$19.20

Take a lantern-lit ghost tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site, one of the most haunted locations in Australia! Hear spooky tales about this UNESCO World Heritage-listed former penal colony, including chilling paranormal encounters from the present day, and enjoy after-hours access to Port Arthur’s atmospheric grounds and buildings.

When the gates to Port Arthur Historic Site close to the general public, enter a haunted world on your lamp-lit, after-hours tour of one of Tasmania's most famous World Heritage Sites.

With its ruins and remote location, spooky Port Arthur is tailor-made for ghost tours. The ghoulish stories you’ll hear date from 1870 to much more recent times -- more than 2,000 paranormal experiences have been encountered in almost 25 years of ghost tours held at Port Arthur ... More info ›

Take a lantern-lit ghost tour of the Port Arthur Historic Site, one of the most haunted locations in Australia! Hear spooky tales about this UNESCO World Heritage-listed former penal colony, including chilling paranormal encounters from the present day, and enjoy after-hours access to Port Arthur’s atmospheric grounds and buildings.

When the gates to Port Arthur Historic Site close to the general public, enter a haunted world on your lamp-lit, after-hours tour of one of Tasmania's most famous World Heritage Sites.

With its ruins and remote location, spooky Port Arthur is tailor-made for ghost tours. The ghoulish stories you’ll hear date from 1870 to much more recent times -- more than 2,000 paranormal experiences have been encountered in almost 25 years of ghost tours held at Port Arthur. Chances are, you might be next to come face-to-face with a ghost at this poignant and tragic site!

With only the light of lanterns to guide you -- and the shadows of eerie ruins looming at every step -- it’s easy to feel the presence of souls long gone. Hear tales of disembodied voices, ghostly footsteps and apparitions as you visit approximately half the historic site, taking in the 19th-century penal settlement buildings and grounds.

At the end of the tour, safely returned to the bright lights of the visitor center, you’ll receive a Certificate of Bravery and Courage as a reminder of your spine-chilling tour of one of Australia’s most haunted sites.

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2 Day Great Ocean Road Experience

2 Day Great Ocean Road Experience - Melbourne, Australia

Duration: 2 days
Location: Melbourne, Australia

From USD
$163.01

2 Day Great Ocean Road Experience from Melbourne to Melbourne for $225, including brilliant hostel accommodation, dinner and breakfast.
See ALL of the Great Ocean Road at a relaxed pace, and in the reverse direction to avoid the crowds.

- DAY 1
-Leave Melbourne between 7 and 8am
-Go to Logan's Beach to see whales in winter
- Tower Hill, a sunken volcano, home to kangaroos, wallabies emus and koalas
- Visit Bay of Islands, Bay of Martyrs, The Grotto and London Bridge (plenty of time for a swim in summer)
- Hit the 12 Apostles for an amazing sunset experience
- See Little Penguins arrive home from their days fishing
- Awesome free BBQ feast
- Stay overnight at Port Campbell Hostel, Australia's only hostel with an onsite brewery!

DAY 2
- See Loch Ard Gorge when nobody else is around. So much better.
- Walk along the beach at Gibson's Steps
-2nd visit to the 12 Apostles for the keen photographers
- Rainforest walk at Maits rest
-Lunch at Apollo Bay (swim time in summer)
- Afternoon spent cruising the original part of the Great Ocean Road, the world's most beautiful coastal drive ... More info ›

2 Day Great Ocean Road Experience from Melbourne to Melbourne for $225, including brilliant hostel accommodation, dinner and breakfast.
See ALL of the Great Ocean Road at a relaxed pace, and in the reverse direction to avoid the crowds.

- DAY 1
-Leave Melbourne between 7 and 8am
-Go to Logan's Beach to see whales in winter
- Tower Hill, a sunken volcano, home to kangaroos, wallabies emus and koalas
- Visit Bay of Islands, Bay of Martyrs, The Grotto and London Bridge (plenty of time for a swim in summer)
- Hit the 12 Apostles for an amazing sunset experience
- See Little Penguins arrive home from their days fishing
- Awesome free BBQ feast
- Stay overnight at Port Campbell Hostel, Australia's only hostel with an onsite brewery!

DAY 2
- See Loch Ard Gorge when nobody else is around. So much better.
- Walk along the beach at Gibson's Steps
-2nd visit to the 12 Apostles for the keen photographers
- Rainforest walk at Maits rest
-Lunch at Apollo Bay (swim time in summer)
- Afternoon spent cruising the original part of the Great Ocean Road, the world's most beautiful coastal drive. Stopping at loads of lookouts, Round the Twist Lighthouse, Bells Beach for surfing and many other surprises.
- Arrive back in Melbourne around 7pm

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