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A new social enterprise in Melbourne is hoping to train homeless people as tour guides.

It gives tourists the opportunity to get under the skin of the city, beneath the real nitty gritty, and see things that they probably wouldn’t see as a tourist.

"We're delivering quality walking tours we believe are a little bit gritty, a little bit off the beaten track, that are meant to be demonstrating what Melbourne is really about," said Jo Jenkins, of No Fixed Address City Tours.

The company has two tour guides - Peter ‘Burnsy’ Burns and Mark Towler. There are plans to add more guides and more walks later in the year.

www.nfacitytours.com




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