Currently planning itinerary for me and my husband for a week in Melbourne in last week of April/beginning of May. We enjoy good food and wine, like scenic areas, some history and culture but not interested in animals, etc. We have already done the Great Ocean Road, loved it but don't need to re-do that. We won't be hiring a car so trips outside of city will need to be a booked tour. We will be combining self-catering with restaurant meals.
This is what I have planned but nothing booked yet except for flights and accommodation.
Saturday – fly into Melbourne, book into apartment, do free tram circuit
Sunday – Queen Victoria Markets in morning; Art Centre Markets in afternoon and National Gallery of Victoria International and/or Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
Monday – free walking tour, Birrarung Marr, Australian Centre for the Moving Image and/or National Gallery of Victoria (Australia)
Tuesday – day tour to Yarra Valley vineyards
Wednesday – Bourke Street Mall/Royal Arcade during day then Lygon Street in late afternoon/evening
Thursday – day tour to Mornington Peninsula
Friday – morning unsure; afternoon at St Kilda
Saturday – walk from Docklands Park across Webb Dock Bridge and along Yarra River at Sounkbank, fly home
This is our first holiday to Melbourne. only passed through in the past. Is this do-able, have I missed anything (currently Friday morning is free), any suggestions welcome.