If you want a free tour of the centre of Melbourne, this is the best choice. The tram makes a rectangular journey, and the stops are located near the city's major attractions. It's a remarkable way to get around town, and you'll feel like a complete tourist. If it's summer and a hot day, remember that it's not air conditioned, so it can be a bit overwhelming. Important: you must pay attention to the schedule, as some days it stops running at 18:00 and others at 21:00. You can check your schedule on the website.
Built in 1859 by Scots, on the Isle of Rabbits (an island that has now been absorbed by Griffiths island), is a historic lighthouse in southern Australia. Port Fairy is important historically as the port where the most migrants entered the region of Victoria. It was also an important whaling port.
The "Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle" is a modern and free bus that runs through the city of Melbourne showing you the highlights of the city. The driver livens up ride with his own comments which are often funny, if you come to understand his Australian accent. Highly recommended, the full tour lasts about an hour and a half. It is perfect for when you're tired.
It appears that the penguins along the coast made their dens in caves, hidden in the bushes and scattered on the ground from the coast to a few meters inland. During the day they go down to the beach and into the ocean to fish and return at dusk to feed their young. They put on some steps and got some raincoats. Photographing them were prohibited as to avoid blinding these birds with flashes. This was forbidden to everyone except for the Japanese, ve either did not understand the message or did not care. When the sun was setting the first groups arrived. Rhythmicly they walked into the bush, disappearing onto the plain. So did several groups. Then we visited the small exhibition, within the enclosure, about these animals and their life in this place.