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Melbourne: Chocolate Wonderland Walking Tour

1. Melbourne: Chocolate Wonderland Walking Tour

Take a journey through the heart of magnificent Melbourne while indulging your inner chocoholic. Be greeted by a very passionate guide at Chocolate Bar New York where you will receive your chocolate survival kit (map, 'I'm a Chocoholic' badge and bottle of water). Then the mini discovery begins as your guide takes you from plantation to plate. Taste the raw ingredients followed by the only Australian grown chocolate. Be educated on the difference between coverture and compound and get prepared with your tasting techniques for the day. Then the real discovery begins. Visit a wine bar and pair it with a masters handcrafted chocolate, discover some of the finest chocolatiers, talk to the store owners to learn about their personal journey, stop for 10 tastings and enjoy walking in a small group of no more than 12 people. Your guide will be full of Melbourne historic knowledge about the famous lanes and beautiful arcades so be sure to keep your eyes and ears open along this decadent walking tour as you don't want to miss anything.

Melbourne: A Foodie’s Guide to Footscray Walking Tour

2. Melbourne: A Foodie’s Guide to Footscray Walking Tour

Discover the recently named 13th coolest suburb in the world, Footscray, and explore the diverse suburb through all the amazing food on offer. Treat your tastebuds to a freshly prepared Banh Mi sandwich and a traditional Sicilian cannoli for a sweet treat. Visit the lively market and learn more about the heritage-rich suburb and its community.  Footscray has undergone significant changes in the last 150 years and waves of migration have led to Footscray becoming one of the most diverse suburbs in Australia which is evident through the amazing food on offer. From Vietnamese Bahn Mi to Sicilian Cannoli, this tour is definitely a treat for the taste buds. As you walk around the neighbourhood you will learn about the history and demographic of the area and take in some amazing street art and views of the city. Make visits to the lively Footscray Market and down to the banks of the Maribyrnong River. Learn about the amazing non-profits and social enterprises supporting the local community and the passion that the locals have for their neighborhood. This tour is accessible for all including those with mobility impairments and wheelchairs.

Melbourne: Guided Night-Time Food Walking Tour & Beer

3. Melbourne: Guided Night-Time Food Walking Tour & Beer

Discover another side of Melbourne once the sun has set on a night-time food walking tour. Explore hidden alleyways and weave through the crowd to taste delicious food at three unique hole-in-the-wall diners while soaking in the revelry of the night. Make your way to Gordon Reserve to meet your friendly guide and group for the night. Immerse yourself in the vibrant nightlife of Melbourne as you pass through the crowds and by rowdy bars. Bounce from one hole-in-the-wall diner to another and stay on your feet to enjoy a tasty bite to eat. Don't wait any time at all between ordering and eating, you'll find the perfect greasy pizza joint in the back of the bar and a dumpling house with a Mandarin menu. Settle down your meal with a refreshing beer at a local bar to finish your tour. Take the chance to socialise with your group and anyone else you meet and decide where you're off to next.

Sydney: 5-Hour Small-Group Food & Drink Tour

4. Sydney: 5-Hour Small-Group Food & Drink Tour

Discover the tastes of Sydney as you drive from venue to venue during this small-group tour in a comfortable minivan. Discover Sydney's many special neighborhoods and appreciate how they are evolving as the city continues to prosper. See how each precinct visited is a buzz of activity with plenty of delicious food and drink options to devour. Start the tour at 11:30am with pickup from your city center hotel or your preferred location. Board the air-conditioned minivan, meet your guide and the other members of your small group tour. Set off for the first venue, the streets of Barangaroo, a curated dining and shopping precinct where you can take a gentle stroll and a guided tour as you indulge.  Dine in a fully restored 1904 tram that has been converted into an amazing restaurant space.  Enjoy the famous watermelon cake with tea or coffee and finish with a beautifully paired wine and cheese tasting at Sydney's only Urban Winery.

Footscray Trail

5. Footscray Trail

Meet at the Footscray Train Station on Irving Street, where your guide will be waiting to begin this African food tour. Start the walking tour by visiting a cafe and sampling some traditional food and tea while the guide talks you through their own African history and answers your questions. You will then make various stops at local African stores. The last stop on the tour will be at a local restaurant, popular for its African cuisine. Sit down for a meal, during which you will hear more stories from your guide and information about the food. You will definitely not leave the tour hungry.

Merrylands: Taste of Afghanistan, Syria, and Persia Tour

6. Merrylands: Taste of Afghanistan, Syria, and Persia Tour

Taste incredible dishes lovingly prepared and shared with you by the refugee communities of Australia. Traditional recipes have come on long and sometimes perilous journeys from homes in Syria, Afghanistan, and Persia (Iran). Savor delicacies from around the world, and learn about new cultures. Start the tour with a hearty Syrian breakfast and ice cream. Then, visit a local supermarket where you will try fresh and unique products such as dried figs. On the way to the next stop, you’ll see Afghani traditional clothing. Next, enjoy a quick stopover for Turkish street food and indulge in an Afghan feast that includes delicious grilled meat kebabs, fluffy and tasty flatbread, and dishes that are as marvelous as mantu (stuffed dumpling) can be. You will finish the tour with some traditional Persian sweets and spiced tea.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

Hugo was amazing! His knowledge of the best places to eat, his knowledge of the local food scene and his passion for the city of Melbourne and its history was infectious and second to none. It was a great experience I would highly recommend to anyone!

I had a wonderful time during the tour. Im a chocoholic and I love learning more about chocolates and trying out the different flavours. My guide was Tonya and she was very knowledgable and even shared places we could go while in Melbourne.

The chocolate and pairings were lovely and unique. Tonya was a great tour guide! In addition to being knowledgeable about chocolate, she showed us parts of the city we never would have noticed on our own.

Great informative walk with coffee and food! Perfect way to get out of the CBD and experience more of the local vibe.

Tonya was very knowledgeable and great to talk too