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Melbourne’s True Secrets

Posted by Caitlin McAtomney

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July 1, 2012
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Here’s a little-known fact for you: the site of Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Markets was once a cemetery and there are over 9000 people still buried there – something to think about next time you are browsing for cucumbers.

If that tidbit of trivia tickled your fancy then the good news is that you too can amuse/annoy your mates/random strangers with a plethora of inane facts and curious stories about Melbourne, courtesy of True Secrets Melbourne. They have done all the groundwork and uncovered the city’s urban myths, legends and notorious secrets. All you have to do is sign up to the True Secrets mailing list or don your sneakers and pound the pavements armed with their audio tour!

WHERE: Various locations
WEB: truesecrets.com.au/strange-tours-melbourne/


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