I’m free walking tour


Melbourne Sights Free Walking Tour

2½ – 3 Hour Tour Every Day 10:30am & 2:30pm

Join us and we’ll uncover the history and explore the sites of Australia’s cultural capital. Your friendly and knowledgeable Melbourne tour guide will give you insights into the people, places and events of this city.

From the State Library we will explore Melbourne’s beginnings and development from its founding in 1835 right up to the major developments that have made Melbourne the world city that it is today. We’ll also cover things to see and do, the lane ways, art, cafe culture and hidden bars so you can experience Melbourne like a local, especially those that are free, to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

Join us EVERY DAY at 10:30am and 2:30pm at the statue of Sir Redmond Barry in front of the State Library of Victoria.

No need to book. You’ll find your guide wearing a bright green “I’m Free” T-shirt on Swanston St, next to the Sir Redmond Barry Statue in front of the State Library of Victoria.



  • The Melbourne Sights tour is wheelchair friendly.
  • The tours are offered on a “pay what you think it’s worth”  model so people of any budget are able to turn up and enjoy the tour and discover and learn about Melbourne regardless of your budget.  They believe you shouldn’t have to pay for the service before you have experienced it,  so you should decide how much the tour is worth when the tour is finished.
  • You will most likely find accessible bathrooms in shopping centre precincts and museums and galleries.

Check out The Good Scout guide to Melbourne City for more information about planning your trip.


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