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Warwick is a regional town on the western side of the Great Dividing Range, near the headwaters of the Condamine River. To the north is Toowoomba - a city in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, located 125klms west of Brisbane. This tour features the oldest operating woolshed in Australia – Jondaryan – and some of Toowoomba’s famous parks and gardens that attract thousands of people each year during the “Spring Carnival of Flowers”.

WARWICK AND TOOWOOMBA TOUR

Queensland
The Whitsunday Coast is located on the same latitude as Rio de Janeiro and Tahiti and where the average winter temperature is in the mid 20s. Within this archipelago lie the enchanted islands of the Whitsundays – some 74 within the immediate region. Captain James Cook was the first European to make records of the Islands in 1770 however it was thought seafarers of other nations passed through the Whitsundays long before.

WHITSUNDAYS TOUR

Queensland
Rockhampton is Queensland’s fourth largest city located on the Tropic of Capricorn. “Rocky” began as a settlement on the Fitzroy River around 1853. It's now a city of 80,000 plus and home to some grand old architecture. It's also an ideal base for touring to places like Agnes Waters and the Town of 1770. These delightful “twin towns” provide a major access point to the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef.

ROCKHAMPTON AND 1770

Queensland
What a combination – Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the beauty of the hinterland that surrounds O’Reillys Rainforest Guesthouse which is located in the World Heritage Lamington National Park. This tour is jammed full of highlights such as the Lone Pine Sanctuary in Brisbane, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast (for a special “Breakfast with the Birds”) and of course reserved seats for the Australian Outback Spectacular "Salute to the Light Horse".

BRISBANE AND THE GOLD COAST

Queensland
Cairns – it’s a tropical paradise - the perfect gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the Atherton Tableland. Our “stayput” tour in Cairns provides an ideal base from which to access many of the major attractions in Tropical Far North Queensland including the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas, Kuranda (via the Scenic Railway and the Skyrail Forest Cableway) and Paronella Park. With flights to and from Cairns combined with the knowledge of a local coach operator, this is a great winter destination for groups from southern Australia!

CAIRNS TOUR

Queensland
The Murray River is Australia's longest river, at 2,508 kilometres in length. The Murray rises in the Australian Alps, draining the western side of Australia's highest mountains. It then meanders across Australia's inland plains, forming the border between the states of New South Wales and Victoria before continuing into South Australia where it enters the Southern Ocean near Goolwa. This tour features two important river towns - Swan Hill and Mildura in northern Victoria. Both were once important river ports on the Murray.

SWAN HILL AND MILDURA

Victoria
The Gippsland Lakes form the largest inland waterway in Australia and for many people the area is regarded as Victoria’s most outstanding holiday destination. With the foothills of the high country just to the north and the amazing stretch of the Ninety Mile Beach separating the lakes from the ocean, the region offers a variety of natural beauty and touring opportunities. Our tour also includes Phillip Island - one of Australia’s most popular “nature islands”.

LAKES ENTRANCE AND PHILLIP ISLAND

Victoria
For over 100 years the Dandenong Ranges have been an idyllic retreat for Melburnians wanting to take in the mountain air and escape the bustle of city life. Today, visitors from all over Australia flock to the Dandenongs to unwind and relax. Puffing Billy, Australia’s oldest steam railway, offers a spectacular ride through these thick forests and fern-filled gullies. Melbourne itself has many special places to visit including the Zoo and the Eureka Skydeck – and the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is sensational!

MELBOURNE AND THE DANDENONGS

Victoria
Some roads are great roads and some roads are ocean roads but there is only ONE Great Ocean Road! The coastline, although extremely dangerous for the early sailors, is absolutely spectacular. For much of the drive the wild southern ocean is on one side and the Otway Ranges National Park is on the other making it one of the world’s most scenic ocean drives. Werribee and Warrnambool are also featured is this tour – Werribee is famous for its Open Range Zoo and Warrnambool for the surrounding region known as the “Shipwreck Coast”.

GREAT OCEAN ROAD

Victoria
Victoria’s High Country - wander, relax and re-connect amongst elms and oaks, heritage architecture and boutique shopping. Indulge and discover fabulous food and hand-crafted wine. Discover historic gold-mining towns and stunning lakes and rivers. The best time to visit is in spring or autumn - perhaps time your visit for the Bright Rotary Autumn Festival, a ten day celebration of the wonderful autumn colours and autumn produce of the valleys of Victoria's Alpine High Country.

VICTORIA’S HIGH COUNTRY - NORTH EAST VICTORIA

Victoria
It was the discovery of gold in the mid 1800s that first attracted people to Central Victoria. Today this same countryside yields many other natural treasures attracting people from all over Australia. At Sovereign Hill, a most remarkable living museum of life on the goldfields in the 1840s has been reconstructed. At night an even more remarkable event -“Blood on the Southern Cross” presents a stunning light and sound re-enactment of the miner’s uprising known as the Eureka Stockade.

VICTORIA’S GOLDFIELDS

Victoria
Once described as the ‘Garden of Victoria’ by the first Victorian Government botanist Ferdinand von Mueller, the Grampians is home to more than one third of the state’s flora - and has about 20 species that can’t be found elsewhere else. The surrounding towns of Hamilton, Stawell and Ararat are all easily accessible from our base in the delightful village of Halls Gap – nestled in the heart of the Grampians National Park.

VICTORIA’S GRAMPAINS

Victoria
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