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Port Open Days – free boat tours of the Port of Melbourne

How often do tours run?Port Open Day boat tours run on the last Sunday of each month (excluding July and December).
Where and when do tours depart?Round-trip tours leave from Gem Pier in Williamstown and Victoria Harbour in Docklands.
Gem Pier (Approximately 90 minutes return)
    • 9.00 am
    • 11.00 am
Victoria Harbour (Approx. 60 minutes return)
    • 1.45 pm
    • 3.00 pm
    • 4.15 pm
What will I see?

Port Open Day boat tours visit Australia’s busiest container terminal at Swanson Dock, where you can see the massive ships and cranes up close.
  • Williamstown tours include a visit to Webb Dock, currently being developed as Melbourne’s third container terminal.
  • Docklands tours include Victoria Dock and Appleton Dock, the port’s more historic facilities.
The tours are fun, free family events and the best way to see Australia’s busiest port, right on the city’s doorstep.

Book now, via this link, on our online booking form


For more informationTel: +61 3 9683 1565
Email: community@portofmelbourne.com

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