The I'm Free Walking Tours of Melbourne allow any and everyone to learn more about Melbourne with the help of a friendly, knowledgeable tour guide. Each day I’m Free Walking Tours of Melbourne offers two walking tours for free. No tickets to buy. No registration required. Simply show up at the designated meeting place to partake in the tour. There is no cost to enjoy a tour of Melbourne. Compensation is based on what you think at the end of the tour. Patrons decide what they would like to offer as payment for their tour experience, and this allows everyone to enjoy a quality tour of Melbourne.
The I’m Free Walking Tour of Melbourne is conducted twice a day 7 days a week at 10:30am and 2:30pm. All tours are conducted rain or shine. Tours are not cancelled as a result of inclement weather. Each tour lasts 2½ to 3 hours. Tickets are not required to participate in the free walking tour.
The tour begins at the State Library of Victoria in front of the statue of Sir Redmond Barry. Those interested in participating in the tour should look for the tour guide in a bright green t-shirt. The tour ends at Hamer Hall at Southbank.
The tour is wheelchair and pram accessible. This is a leisurely walking tour that is suitable for individuals of all ages.
There is no upfront fee to partake in the I’m Free Walking Tours of Melbourne. Compensation for the tour is based on “pay what you think.” This allows the tour to be accessible to people of various economical statuses and budgets. Payment for the tour is conducted at the end of the tour, because I’m Free Walking Tours of Melbourne believes that patrons shouldn’t have to pay for a service until they have received it in full. Thus, payment is collected at the end of the tour experience.
Group tours are available for parties of 10 people or more. Those with groups of this size must contact I’m Free Walking Tours of Melbourne in advance to arrange a private group tour. Groups of 10 or more people will not be accepted on the regular tours. Private tours are arranged for groups of this size to maintain the quality of the tour experience for everyone. To arrange a group tour please use the contact form at http://www.imfree.com.au/melbourne/private-tours.
I’m Free Walking Tours of Melbourne offers private tours. Given that the regular tours are compensated with tips, the private tours are conducted at a set competitive rate. Pricing for private tours depends on the number of tour participants and the length of the tour. Private tours are available for corporate entities, individuals, and schools. To receive a quote for a private tour, contact I’m Free Walking Tours of Melbourne.
I’m Free Walking Tours of Melbourne, 328 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia, website, Phone: 405-515-654