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Published May 26th 2013
Discounted entry to over 30 top Melbourne attractions
Melbourne is a city filled with attractions and things to do. It seems everywhere you turn in Melbourne there is another tourist adventure awaiting for you. Some of them are located within the CBD, others you will need to travel a couple of hours out of Melbourne to see. However, if you want to to see as many attractions as possible, it can get expensive. But there is a way you can purchase your entry to attractions much more cheaply - purchase an iVenture Card; it is kind of like buying a smart card for travel.
You can purchase your card by visiting www.iventurecard.com or by telephoning 1300 366 476. If you are overseas you may purchase your card through your local travel agent or by calling 61 292113192, 7 days a week from 9 AM to 8:30 PM.
If you have already arrived in Australia you can go to the 'Best of Victoria Visitor Information Centre' located at Federation Square in Melbourne and purchase your card there. Click here for the Melbourne Unlimited attractions pass for $99 for children or $145 for adults valid for 2,3 or seven days.
As an example this package will include entry to over 30 of Melbourne's tourist attractions: including the Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Zoo and the Eureka Sky Deck. It will also provide you with a guide maps and information and some special offers and discounts.
Click here for the Melbourne attractions that are available.
Sure, good point, perhaps the subtitle should be changed. However, rather than being an ad for I venture (as you may be aware weekend notes writers receive no payments nor freebies from the companies we write about), it is intended to advise readers that this offer is available and can save them money if attending a few locations. If you are a melburnian and just visiting one or two, it wouldn't save money, but attending a few certainly would.
I guess in regards to t he "free" entry it refers to the additional ones you wouldn't need to pay for. Eg, if your pass was say $145 and the first 3 places you visited would normally cost around that amount, then all the others you would visit would therefore give you free entry.
It is a difficult line for writers to create articles that advise and inform without unfairly being an advertisement and we strive to do this in a way that assists and informs our readers and then allows them to make their choices as to the suitability for them from what is discussed.
So you pay $ for your iventurecard that gives you % off the entrance to selected attractions; where is the Free entry to over 30 top Melbourne attractions as per the title of this article? Even if you "just swipe your card for entry", you have still paid money.
This article is an ad for iventurecard.