This two hour walking tour highlights Feng Shui in its many facets as used by the local traders and businesses.
“I really enjoyed the tour and the lunch and also enjoyed the group. Good luck with everything and I look forward to the next time you’re in Australia! ” Karen 29 May 2017
The rich cultural heritage that is Melbourne’s Chinatown exposes a wealth of Feng Shui examples to observe.
Discover how Feng Shui is used and how Feng Shui and Chinese symbolism invite harmony, prosperity, health and luck to home, business and garden.
Tours run on Sundays from 10am – 12pm by appointment for your group or organisation.
Tours cost A$25 pp, bookings essential.
Tours meet at Chinatown Square on Little Bourke Street halfway between Russell and Exhibition Streets.
Group bookings may be arranged with an optional Chinese Yum Cha afterwards (minimum 10 people).
For the next scheduled tour check the Events Calendar
Groups and organisations who have enjoyed a fun and informative Feng Shui Tour include:
Victorian Seniors Festival 2001-2008
University of Melbourne Architecture students
Red Hat Society
Image Group International
National Gallery of Victoria
Probus, Rotary and many other groups.
As seen on:
Channel 7’s Great Outdoors
Channel 9’s Postcards
The Age newspaper
House & Garden Magazine
various online sites…
|Feng Shui Tour of Melbourne's Chinatown||
Tour Only, Tour and Yum Cha Afterwards