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IN PERSON

Blonde Matthew's Local Guide To Melbourne

IN PERSON

Blonde Matthew's Local Guide To Melbourne

This tour will teach you a lot about Melbourne, for visitors and locals alike. I'll guide you through Melbourne's history, laneways, street art culture, architecture and the political decisions that shaped it into what it is today. Along the way I'll point out the best cafes, bars and restaurants to visit, and which ones steal the wages of their staff. I'll fill you in on all the best shows happening at Melbourne International Comedy Festival too.

Whilst I love the city, I'm not unctuous. I'll point out its flaws so you can stir up pretentious locals, but I'll also highlight all the best parts of Melbourne to help you get the most out of your time here, and love it like I do.

The tour starts at the corner of Rainbow Alley and Lt Collins St, and ends at Hamer Hall, with a quick rest stop in the middle. Please wear comfortable shoes.

"Dynamic and knowledgeable guide"  – Tripadvisor 5.0
...fun, knowledgeable, interesting, approachable, and camp.  – Google Maps 5.0
10+
Suitable for audiences 10+

This show contains: Mild language, Political, religious or racial themes.

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