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Explore the city with the Melbourne Greeter Service

Discover what locals love about Melbourne by taking a free walking orientation of the city, conducted by our enthusiastic volunteers. 

We’re pleased to announce that the Melbourne Greeter Service has resumed, offering free two to four-hour orientations of the city.

The service is offered by passionate, trained volunteers who are keen to share their local knowledge of Melbourne.

Orientations in languages other than English are also available including French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Mandarin and Vietnamese.

To explore the delights of our great city on foot, book in for one of the daily 10am orientations that start at the Melbourne Visitor Hub at Town Hall.

Bookings are essential.

Visit What’s On for more information or to book.

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27 September 2022
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