There is no better way to experience the style and charm of Melbourne than by a Horse Drawn Carriage ride. Unique Carriage Hire is a second generation, family- owned & operated business ... More info ›
There is no better way to experience the style and charm of Melbourne than by a Horse Drawn Carriage ride. Unique Carriage Hire is a second generation, family- owned & operated business. We have been operating since 1987 delivering the best Horse Drawn carriage tours in Melbourne.
Our drivers are immaculately presented wearing the traditional coachman attire. After greeting your friendly driver you will get to meet our beautiful Percheron horses and give them a pat. You will board your comfortable carriage equipped with blankets if its cold and set off the see magical sights of Melbourne. There are plenty of photo opportunities and we will stop to take some memorable photos along the way so its an experience you remember.
Our carriage rides are suitable for all ages and we offer private tours for you and your group so you wont be sharing with any one. If its cold outside we offer blankets to keep you warm and our carriages are convertible so can be open or closed as you desire.
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Stop At: Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, Victoria 3004 Australia
Stop At: Shrine of Remembrance, St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3001 Australia
The Shrine of Remembrance is a war memorial to all Australians who have served in any war. We will have a brief stop here to take some memorable photos. It’s a lovely backdrop.
Duration: 2 minutes
Stop At: National Gallery of Victoria, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne, Victoria 8004 Australia
The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, is an art museum Founded in 1861, it is Australia's oldest, largest and most visited art museum.
Stop At: Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Birdwood Ave, Melbourne, Victoria 3004 Australia
Stop At: Queen Victoria Gardens, St Kilda Road Opposite the Victorian Arts Centre and National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria 3004 Australia
Queen Victoria Gardens are a memorial to Queen Victoria. The Queen Victoria gardens are part of a larger group of gardens called the kings domain. Here you will get to see the Floral Clock containing over 7000 flowers which are changed twice per year. You will also see a statute of King Edward VII which was unveiled in 1920
Stop At: King's Domain Gardens, Between St. Kilda and Domain Rds. Anderson St., and Yarra River, Melbourne, Victoria Australia
Stop At: Yarra River, Southbank Promenade, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
The Yarra River is considered an important part of Melbourne's culture and a symbol of the city. You will cross Princes Bridge which is a beautiful view of Melbourne.
Stop At: Flinders Street Station, Cnr Flinders & Swanston Sts, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
Stop At: St Paul's Cathedral, Cnr Flinders & Swanston Streets, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
Stop At: Victoria Barracks, Melbourne, 256-310 St Kilda Rd between Wadey St and Coventry St, Melbourne, Victoria 3006 Australia
Victoria Barracks Melbourne is of architectural and historical significance as one of the most impressive 19th century government buildings in Victoria, Australia. It was originally built to house british troups.
Pass By: Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Birdwood Ave, Melbourne, Victoria 3004 Australia
Breathe deep and fill your lungs with the goodness of the freshest air from the heart of Melbourne's city centre at the Royal Botanic Gardens. We will travel past the Observation cafe, children's garden and La trobe's cottage.