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Yarra Valley Wine and Winery Tour from Melbourne

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Visit Yarra Valley wineries on a tour from Melbourne that includes tastings and a vineyard lunch. You’ll tour four beloved Yarra Valley wineries—Steels Gate Winery, Balgownie Estate, Yering Farm, and Domaine Chandon—while learning about the flavors and terroir of Yarra Valley wines. This wine tour is a great introduction to the picturesque Yarra Valley wine region, with transfers available from selected locations in Melbourne.
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Oldjack wrote a review Dec 2020
Greater Melbourne, Australia21,237 contributions2,347 helpful votes
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The art is sometimes creative and sometimes just plain tacky graffiti and although an interesting area of Melbourne and worth seeing it is now more tacky than artistic and needs to be managed and having said that I have no idea how to do it. What was once an interesting creative art place in Melbourne is now just a laneway with nothing special bordering on the bad.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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jeffryb wrote a review Oct 2020
Keysborough, Australia371 contributions97 helpful votes
Hosier Lane has Melbourne's best wall art, it changes all the time. It is usually crowded. To get there, walk east on Flinders St from the Station, i's on the left in an alley..
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jeffry b wrote a review Jul 2020
Essendon, Australia6,508 contributions1,843 helpful votes
Hosier Lane is one of Melbourne's most popular attractions. It's spray painted art; and it's ever changing, there's always something new. Hosier Lane is easy to find, it runs off Flineers street, not far from Flinders St Station, as you walk towards Spring St.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sione Toumolupe wrote a review Jun 2020
Arncliffe, Australia174 contributions55 helpful votes
Not as glamorous as some alley ways in Melbourne. I found more amazing artwork in Collingwood Fitzroy area. But must see, when your in the city and tick off the bucket list. Catch the free tram aswell I recommend.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Swell Traveller wrote a review Jun 2020
Melbourne, Australia3,380 contributions279 helpful votes
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The Street Art of Melbourne is of a high quality and in some cases paid for by the City of Melbourne for specific purposes. This in itself is a contentious issue and has caused great debate amongst street artists and others. They make political statements, honour those who have died and showcase beauty in the form of portraits / cartoons. I enjoy walking and photographing here various times of the year as the Street Art is very fluid - ever changing - with the exception of a few larger murals. This makes for an exciting trip each time - what am I going to see today? Kudos to the the incredible street artists and their sheer talents. Spend time looking - up, down, in the side alleys, on windows and rubbish bins so you don't miss the small - large intricacies available for the human eye to feast upon. You can book a guided Street Art / Laneways tour or grab a map about all the laneways from the Melbourne Tourist centres.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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