Melbourne treasure hunt + city tour

$35.00

The cost is per group. Buy 1 game for 1-5 people.

Online app (data on) for iOS, android and more

Offline (downloadable) only for android

Melbourne treasure hunt and city tour

Melbourne treasure hunt was created to offer you the best way to explore an amazing city.

Melbourne is a blend of bustling laneways, great restaurants and amazing museums.

There’s always a sense of excitement here – whether its in the city’s fascinating flavours or fierce sporting rivalries.

Attend a sports event, drink a cocktail on a rooftop and uncover the stories hidden within Melbourne’s art-filled alleyways.

Our game is a nice way to explore the most important attractions of Melbourne solving riddles and learning interesting info about the city.

Explore Melbourne, playing our treasure hunt and city tour with your smartphone!

We created the best walk of the city ! You can start playing anytime and every day, without bookings. Just buy and play!

Using our mobile app, you will receive riddles , navigation and information and you will move from one attraction to the other!

For the hard riddles, an automatic help system will help you move on!

Melbourne scavenger hunt is a really fun and unique activity for the riddle lovers!

Take photos, discover hidden gems and streets and unlock the city!

Suitable for families, friends, couples, companies and escape game lovers!

  • Cost:  Each game costs 35 dollars (per group), up to 4-5 players.
  • Average duration: 2 hours including total walking time of 1 hour
  • Supported languages: English, German, Italian, Chinese, Greek
  • Museum admission fees: Visits to museums and other attractions do not require a ticket. The puzzles are related to
    their outdoor areas. Admission is purely your choice.

Melbourne treasure hunt and city tour begins at St Paul’s Cathedral

You will visit:

  • Melbourne Town Hall
  • Saint Francis’ Church
  • State Library Victoria
  • Old Melbourne Gaol
  • Melbourne City Baths
  • Queen Victoria Market
  • Flagstaff Gardens
  • The Hellenic Museum
  • SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium – ending point of Melbourne treasure hunt and more…

1.St Paul’s Cathedral – starting point of Melbourne treasure hunt

Melbourne treasure hunt

St Paul’s Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Melbourne.

Designed by the English Gothic Revival architect William Butterfield and completed in 1891, except for the spires which were built to a different design from 1926 to 1932. It is one of Melbourne’s major architectural landmarks. The plan of St Paul’s is a traditional Latin cross, with a long nave, side aisles, short transepts, a tower at the crossing, with choir below, sanctuary and altar beyond, and a pair of towers framing the ceremonial main entrance.

2.Melbourne Town Hall

Melbourne treasure hunt

Melbourne Town Hall is the central city town hall of Melbourne, and is a historic building in the state of Victoria . It is located in the central business district on the northeast corner of the intersection between Swanston and Collins Street, it is the seat of the local municipality of the City of Melbourne, and has been used for multiple purposes such as concerts, theatrical plays and exhibitions.

3.State Library Victoria

State Library Victoria Melbourne

The State Library Victoria is the main library of the Australian state of Victoria. It is located in Melbourne, it was established in 1854 as the Melbourne Public Library, making it Australia’s oldest public library and one of the first free libraries in the world. It is also Australia’s busiest library and, as of 2018, the fourth most-visited library in the world. The architecture is influenced by the ancient Greece.

4.Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market Melbourne

The Queen Victoria Market ( Vic Market ) is a major landmark in the central business district of Melbourne. Covering over seven hectares (17 acres), it is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere.

Constructed in stages from the 1860s and officially opened in 1878, the Queen Victoria Market is the last remaining major market in the CBD, and along with Prahran Market and South Melbourne Market, the last of the city’s Victorian era markets still operating. It is listed on both the Victorian Heritage Register and the National Heritage List, and is one of Melbourne’s major tourist sites, attracting approximately 10 million visitors annually. Have a taste of Melbourne ,visiting this market!

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