Drunk History of Melbourne

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  • Duration

    - 2.5 hours (approx)
  • Melbourne CBD

  • Capacity

    - 30
  • Drinks involved
  • Dress

    - It's a walking tour, so wear comfortable shoes and clothing
  • Departs

    Saturday @ 4pm
  • Meeting Location

    Princess Theatre 163 Spring Street Melbourne VIC 3000 Australia
  • Final Destination

    Flagstaff Gardens


Drunk History of Melbourne

Imbibe your way through one of Melbourne's most cultured and historic neighborhoods on this innovative, interactive tour complete with historical re-enactments, trivia contests, improv comedy, and, of course, drinks! Follow your guide through the labyrinthine streets of the CBD and visit historic and cultural landmarks, from Mark "Chopper" Read's many haunts, to where the Ned Kelly gets his groceries! on your way to four of the neighborhood's friendliest and historic pubs. Boozers and history buffs alike are sure to have a blast on the Drunk History of Melbourne walking tour!

  • Beverages Welcome shots and/or drink specials at each establishment
  • Capacity 30 people per tour guide
  • Dress It's a walking tour, so wear comfortable shoes and clothing
  • Weather Tour takes place rain or shine
  • Neighborhood CBD


  • Pubs Each tour visits 4 Melbourne pubs, with welcome shots and drink specials at each. We can't tell you which ones we visit until the day of the tour, but they're all great! (Trust us, we've done our research...)
  • Re-enactments Rewrite history by putting your own spin on some of London's most storied events!
  • Fake History Test your guide's improv skills in our "Fake History" round, where guests can point to any inanimate object and demand the guide explain its "historical significance"...
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    Melbourne landmarks and attractions

    • Melbourne CBD
    • Princess Theatre
    • Her Majesty's Theatre
    • Carlton Gardens
    • Duke of Wellington
    • Hotel Windsor
    • Flinders street station