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Make your way fly to Adelaide,  Its ring of parkland on the River Torrens is home to renowned museums such as the Art Gallery of South Australia, displaying expansive collections including noted Indigenous art, and the South Australian Museum, devoted to natural history. Our lovely driver will pick you up at the airport then transfer to hotel.  You can relax and use the rest of the day to explore the city.

Barossa Valley & Wineries

Visit Barossa Valley Wineries with wine tasting.

Time:

9:15 am – 5:15 pm

Duration:

8 Hours

Itinerary

Wine, lunch and chocolate are the delights of a dream day out in the Barossa on this intimate full-day tour. Take time to sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines and gourmet food that has made this South Australian wine region an international icon.

Your first stop is Pindarie Wines, a family owned and award winning cellar door. A family winemaker will share the story of this stunning property and will lead you through tastings, with cheese, in the all-charm sandstone stables converted into a cellar door. Then, it’s coffee and cake on the verandah, or in winter, cosied up around the fire. There’s time for fun photos by a haystack framed by bucolic views dominated by shiraz vines.

The small-group tour moves on to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, to see and sample the famous food identity’s world of local produce, and a close encounter with that famous The Cook and the Chef kitchen. Our beloved cook offers tastings galore and chats with her crew. A bounty of Maggie’s products and books for sale make this a delicious souvenir stop with incredible views over the lake.

Lunch is at the mod Lambert Estate, with panoramic vineyard views, halls of local art, and a sun-drenched balcony in summer or by a giant crackling fire midyear. It’s a private party where you will be treated to wine tastings along with family anecdotes and wine notes. After a hearty two-course lunch, why not take your coffee and ‘a Chocolatier’ (chocolate port) out on to that balcony.

A photo stop at Mengler Hill affords fabulous sweeping Valley views, before the next taste-buds-tempting exercise at the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company.

Sit down to a flight of local Vineyard Road wines and chocolate, with an expert guide revealing why they meld so well. A viewing wall showcases the crafting of more than 250 chocolate products, including the newest ruby flavor. Then, browse the collection for gifts to take home, or will they make it that far?

Inclusions

  • Morning pick up and evening set down at selected Adelaide Hotels
  • Full day guided small coach tour with expert commentary by local driver/guide
  • Morning tea and tastings at the award winning Pindarie Wines, Gomersal
  • Visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop
  • Delicious 2 course Barossa lunch at Lambert Estate, Angaston
  • Mengler Hill Lookout for views over the Barossa
  • Enjoy house made chocolates paired with wine at Barossa Valley Chocolate Company, Tanunda
  • Expert commentary by local driver/guide

Kangaroo Island

Drive to Cape Jervis (secure and free Council car parking available) or depart Adelaide for a scenic coach journey to Cape Jervis taking in the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards, coastal views, and rolling hills. On arrival, board the SeaLink Kangaroo Island ferry for the 45-minute crossing to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island.

On arrival in Penneshaw, meet your local Driver/Guide to begin your island experience.  Firstly you will visit Frenchman’s Rock, named by members of Nicolas Baudin’s crew on the ship Le Geographe in 1803. Visit the Chapman River Bridge at Antechamber Bay on your way to the Cape Willoughby Lighthouse.

Kangaroo Island is home to some 250 species of birds, many of which, through isolation from the mainland, have developed their own subspecies and are therefore unique to Kangaroo Island. As you travel the island keep an eye out for echidnas, wallabies, goannas, and the elusive glossy-black cockatoo.

Enjoy lunch and wine tasting at the beautiful False Cape Wines Cellar Door. This new and unique Cellar Door is made from recycled wood, jetty timber, and limestone sourced from the property, and overlooks the surrounding vineyards.

Continue to American River via stunning Pennington Bay for an informative tour of The Oyster Farm Shop where you’ll see a shucking demonstration and even get the chance to taste some seafood.

The next stop is Kangaroo Island Spirits (KIS), Australia’s first boutique Gin distillery established in 2006. Gin is their passion with an emphasis on using local and native ingredients. Enjoy a sampling of their Gins, with an opportunity to purchase from their range of Gins, Vodkas, and Liqueurs.

Your day concludes back at your accommodation in time to relax and enjoy dinner at your leisure (own expense).

Inclusions

  • Frenchman’s Rock, Antechamber Bay & Cape Willoughby Lighthouse
  • Lunch and wine tasting at False Cape Wines Cellar Door
  • Pennington Bay
  • Learn about the farming of oysters on a guided tour at The Oyster Farm Shop in American River
  • Sample a selection of Gins at KI Spirits

Kangaroo Island

Today’s first stop is the spectacular Seal Bay Conservation Park.  Your Driver/Guide will escort you on a memorable walk along the beach, which is home to a healthy Australian sea lion colony. Marvel at these incredible creatures as they bask and play on the beach or among the sand dunes after their extensive fishing expeditions. This is a truly unforgettable experience — one that you will treasure forever.

Enjoy a delicious lunch before continuing onto the southwestern end of the island to discover Flinders Chase National Park, one of the oldest and most important National Parks in South Australia, taking up almost 20 percent of the island. Classed as a Wilderness Protection Area, this Park is home to a variety of fauna and flora unique to Kangaroo Island.

At Admirals Arch see where the powerful forces of nature have cut through the headland to create this natural geological arch formation.m and where you can watch the healthy colony of Long-nosed Fur Seals before taking a stroll around the historic Cape du Couedic Lighthouse and Weir’s Cove.

Next, discover the picturesque and impressive formations of Remarkable Rocks. This cluster of large granite boulders balances dramatically on the cliff edge, which plunges 75 metres into the Southern Ocean.

Throughout Flinders Chase National Park, take advantage of the opportunity to search for kangaroos, wallabies, and a variety of birdlife. Koalas can be observed peacefully existing in their eucalypt habitats.

In the afternoon, explore some of the most spectacular beaches on Kangaroo Island and marvel at the stunning coastlines the island has to offer.

There will be many photo opportunities along the way for you to capture long-lasting memories of your time on beautiful Kangaroo Island. Your tour concludes at Penneshaw in time for the return ferry to the mainland and coach transfer to Adelaide.

Inclusions

  • Wander among Australia’s most accessible Australian sea lion colony at Seal Bay Conservation Park
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch and afternoon tea
  • See some of the different habitats and eco-systems affected by fires in the Flinders Chase National Park
  • Stop for photo opportunities of the wildlife, native vegetation regeneration, and beaches

Adelaide City

City Highlights, Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf, Torrens River Cruise, Riverfront Dinner.

Time:

11:55 am – 10:00 pm

Duration:

6.5 Hours

Please Note

  • Make your own way to Pop-eye Jetty, Elder Park by 11.55am for a 12.00pm river cruise.
  • After your river cruise, join our afternoon coach tour at 1.20pm from the rotunda located alongside on King William St.
  • River Cruise will not operate in extreme weather conditions
  • Hotel drop offs are not available on this tour

Itinerary

  • Board the famous ‘Pop-eye’ for a scenic riverside view of Adelaide along the Torrens River
  • Picturesque scenery and prolific bird life provide the beautiful backdrop to the city.
  • Historic and spectacular North and East Terraces
  • Trendy Hutt Street where  Adelaide eats, drinks and relaxes
  • Leafy eastern suburbs
  • Climb Mt Lofty Ranges for spectacular views over Adelaide from Glenelg to the Gulf St Vincent
  • Villages of CrafersStirling and Aldgate set amongst the lush greenness of the Adelaide Hills
  • Stop at the famous Beerenberg Strawberry Farm, a household name throughout Australia and beyond
  • Visit Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest German settlement and stroll its Elm tree-lined main street
  • Delicious afternoon tea with old fashioned hospitality in delightful surrounds. Alternatively try a trio sampler of some of Germany’s best beers.
  • See quaint cottages, historic inns, artisan food producers, craft shops and tea rooms.

Depart Adelaide

At the appropriate time, you will be transferred to Adelaide airport for your homeward flight.

Day 1

Make your way fly to Adelaide,  Its ring of parkland on the River Torrens is home to renowned museums such as the Art Gallery of South Australia, displaying expansive collections including noted Indigenous art, and the South Australian Museum, devoted to natural history. Our lovely driver will pick you up at the airport then transfer to hotel.  You can relax and use the rest of the day to explore the city.

Day 2

Barossa Valley & Wineries

Visit Barossa Valley Wineries with wine tasting.

Time:

9:15 am – 5:15 pm

Duration:

8 Hours

Itinerary

Wine, lunch and chocolate are the delights of a dream day out in the Barossa on this intimate full-day tour. Take time to sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines and gourmet food that has made this South Australian wine region an international icon.

Your first stop is Pindarie Wines, a family owned and award winning cellar door. A family winemaker will share the story of this stunning property and will lead you through tastings, with cheese, in the all-charm sandstone stables converted into a cellar door. Then, it’s coffee and cake on the verandah, or in winter, cosied up around the fire. There’s time for fun photos by a haystack framed by bucolic views dominated by shiraz vines.

The small-group tour moves on to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, to see and sample the famous food identity’s world of local produce, and a close encounter with that famous The Cook and the Chef kitchen. Our beloved cook offers tastings galore and chats with her crew. A bounty of Maggie’s products and books for sale make this a delicious souvenir stop with incredible views over the lake.

Lunch is at the mod Lambert Estate, with panoramic vineyard views, halls of local art, and a sun-drenched balcony in summer or by a giant crackling fire midyear. It’s a private party where you will be treated to wine tastings along with family anecdotes and wine notes. After a hearty two-course lunch, why not take your coffee and ‘a Chocolatier’ (chocolate port) out on to that balcony.

A photo stop at Mengler Hill affords fabulous sweeping Valley views, before the next taste-buds-tempting exercise at the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company.

Sit down to a flight of local Vineyard Road wines and chocolate, with an expert guide revealing why they meld so well. A viewing wall showcases the crafting of more than 250 chocolate products, including the newest ruby flavor. Then, browse the collection for gifts to take home, or will they make it that far?

Inclusions

  • Morning pick up and evening set down at selected Adelaide Hotels
  • Full day guided small coach tour with expert commentary by local driver/guide
  • Morning tea and tastings at the award winning Pindarie Wines, Gomersal
  • Visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop
  • Delicious 2 course Barossa lunch at Lambert Estate, Angaston
  • Mengler Hill Lookout for views over the Barossa
  • Enjoy house made chocolates paired with wine at Barossa Valley Chocolate Company, Tanunda
  • Expert commentary by local driver/guide
Day 3

Kangaroo Island

Drive to Cape Jervis (secure and free Council car parking available) or depart Adelaide for a scenic coach journey to Cape Jervis taking in the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards, coastal views, and rolling hills. On arrival, board the SeaLink Kangaroo Island ferry for the 45-minute crossing to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island.

On arrival in Penneshaw, meet your local Driver/Guide to begin your island experience.  Firstly you will visit Frenchman’s Rock, named by members of Nicolas Baudin’s crew on the ship Le Geographe in 1803. Visit the Chapman River Bridge at Antechamber Bay on your way to the Cape Willoughby Lighthouse.

Kangaroo Island is home to some 250 species of birds, many of which, through isolation from the mainland, have developed their own subspecies and are therefore unique to Kangaroo Island. As you travel the island keep an eye out for echidnas, wallabies, goannas, and the elusive glossy-black cockatoo.

Enjoy lunch and wine tasting at the beautiful False Cape Wines Cellar Door. This new and unique Cellar Door is made from recycled wood, jetty timber, and limestone sourced from the property, and overlooks the surrounding vineyards.

Continue to American River via stunning Pennington Bay for an informative tour of The Oyster Farm Shop where you’ll see a shucking demonstration and even get the chance to taste some seafood.

The next stop is Kangaroo Island Spirits (KIS), Australia’s first boutique Gin distillery established in 2006. Gin is their passion with an emphasis on using local and native ingredients. Enjoy a sampling of their Gins, with an opportunity to purchase from their range of Gins, Vodkas, and Liqueurs.

Your day concludes back at your accommodation in time to relax and enjoy dinner at your leisure (own expense).

Inclusions

  • Frenchman’s Rock, Antechamber Bay & Cape Willoughby Lighthouse
  • Lunch and wine tasting at False Cape Wines Cellar Door
  • Pennington Bay
  • Learn about the farming of oysters on a guided tour at The Oyster Farm Shop in American River
  • Sample a selection of Gins at KI Spirits
Day 4

Kangaroo Island

Today’s first stop is the spectacular Seal Bay Conservation Park.  Your Driver/Guide will escort you on a memorable walk along the beach, which is home to a healthy Australian sea lion colony. Marvel at these incredible creatures as they bask and play on the beach or among the sand dunes after their extensive fishing expeditions. This is a truly unforgettable experience — one that you will treasure forever.

Enjoy a delicious lunch before continuing onto the southwestern end of the island to discover Flinders Chase National Park, one of the oldest and most important National Parks in South Australia, taking up almost 20 percent of the island. Classed as a Wilderness Protection Area, this Park is home to a variety of fauna and flora unique to Kangaroo Island.

At Admirals Arch see where the powerful forces of nature have cut through the headland to create this natural geological arch formation.m and where you can watch the healthy colony of Long-nosed Fur Seals before taking a stroll around the historic Cape du Couedic Lighthouse and Weir’s Cove.

Next, discover the picturesque and impressive formations of Remarkable Rocks. This cluster of large granite boulders balances dramatically on the cliff edge, which plunges 75 metres into the Southern Ocean.

Throughout Flinders Chase National Park, take advantage of the opportunity to search for kangaroos, wallabies, and a variety of birdlife. Koalas can be observed peacefully existing in their eucalypt habitats.

In the afternoon, explore some of the most spectacular beaches on Kangaroo Island and marvel at the stunning coastlines the island has to offer.

There will be many photo opportunities along the way for you to capture long-lasting memories of your time on beautiful Kangaroo Island. Your tour concludes at Penneshaw in time for the return ferry to the mainland and coach transfer to Adelaide.

Inclusions

  • Wander among Australia’s most accessible Australian sea lion colony at Seal Bay Conservation Park
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch and afternoon tea
  • See some of the different habitats and eco-systems affected by fires in the Flinders Chase National Park
  • Stop for photo opportunities of the wildlife, native vegetation regeneration, and beaches
Day 5

Adelaide City

City Highlights, Adelaide Hills, Hahndorf, Torrens River Cruise, Riverfront Dinner.

Time:

11:55 am – 10:00 pm

Duration:

6.5 Hours

Please Note

  • Make your own way to Pop-eye Jetty, Elder Park by 11.55am for a 12.00pm river cruise.
  • After your river cruise, join our afternoon coach tour at 1.20pm from the rotunda located alongside on King William St.
  • River Cruise will not operate in extreme weather conditions
  • Hotel drop offs are not available on this tour

Itinerary

  • Board the famous ‘Pop-eye’ for a scenic riverside view of Adelaide along the Torrens River
  • Picturesque scenery and prolific bird life provide the beautiful backdrop to the city.
  • Historic and spectacular North and East Terraces
  • Trendy Hutt Street where  Adelaide eats, drinks and relaxes
  • Leafy eastern suburbs
  • Climb Mt Lofty Ranges for spectacular views over Adelaide from Glenelg to the Gulf St Vincent
  • Villages of CrafersStirling and Aldgate set amongst the lush greenness of the Adelaide Hills
  • Stop at the famous Beerenberg Strawberry Farm, a household name throughout Australia and beyond
  • Visit Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest German settlement and stroll its Elm tree-lined main street
  • Delicious afternoon tea with old fashioned hospitality in delightful surrounds. Alternatively try a trio sampler of some of Germany’s best beers.
  • See quaint cottages, historic inns, artisan food producers, craft shops and tea rooms.
Day 6

Depart Adelaide

At the appropriate time, you will be transferred to Adelaide airport for your homeward flight.

Package Includes:

  • 4 Nights 4 Star Accommodation in Adelaide
  • 1 Night accommodation in Kangaroo Island
  • Airport transfers as per the itinerary
  • Daily breakfast
  • Dedicated air-conditioned transportation with English-speaking tour guides throughout
  • River Cruise(Adelaide City Tour)
  • Afternoon Tea(Adelaide City Tour)
  • Morning tea and tastings at the award winning Pindarie Wines, Gomersal
  • Visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop
  • Delicious 2 course Barossa lunch at Lambert Estate, Angaston
  • Mengler Hill Lookout for views over the Barossa
  • Enjoy house made chocolates paired with wine at Barossa Valley Chocolate Company, Tanunda
  • Morning pick-up and evening set-down at selected Adelaide CBD hotels to Kangaroo Island
  • Return scenic coach transfers to Cape Jervis travelling through the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards, coastal views and rolling hills (Ex Adelaide Only)
  • Return ferry travel to/from Kangaroo Island by SeaLink Ferry (Ex Adelaide and Cape Jervis Only)
  • All entrance fees and special permits
  • Lunch and wine tasting at False Cape Wines at Day 1 in Kangaroo Island
  • Enjoy a delicious lunch & afternoon tea at Day 2 in Kangaroo Island

Excludes:

  • Meals/beverages not stated in the itinerary
  • Optional activities/tours
  • Personal expenses
  • Deal exclusions Travel Insurance
  • Optional Gratuities

IMPORTANT INFO 

BOOKING INFORMATION 

You will receive a receipt and Passenger Information Form after you purchased.

Please email back to us after you completed the form.

 

Single Traveller Supplement

Single, Extra Adult and Child prices available for children aged 3 to 14 years upon request.

 

Maximum Room Capacity
3 people.

 

Child Policy 3-14yrs

  • Public touring is not suitable for children under 7 years of age, we recommend booking a private charter (price on application) upon request of the price at the

 

Infant Policy 0-2.99yrs

Infants under 3 years of age require a private charter upon request of the price

 

 

Bedding Configuration

Twin Share

2 x Single or 1 x Double (subject to availability).

 

Triple Share

1 Double Bed + 1 single or 3 Single beds (subject to availability). Please inform us inside the Booking Form with your preference.

 

GENERAL TOUR INFORMATION 

Minimum group size 2, maximum group size 45 per vehicle.

 

Travel Advice:

  • Travel Insurance is strongly recommended
  • We reserves the right to amend tours, itineraries and days of operation as
    required. Clients are strongly advised to take out travel insurance. At times it may be necessary to provide alternative
    transport. The final itinerary will be provided 7 Days before departure.

Cancellation Policy:

Non refundable , For trip affected by Covid-19, Travel Voucher can be redeemed within 12 Months, High Season Different Surcharge may be apply.

Terms and Condition

Please makes sure you read the Terms and Condition Before you place the Booking.

All prices are quoted in Australian Dollars and include GST