Aust-wide - Coach Tours, Sightseeing & Day Tours
Barham/Bendigo Easter  
Departs:  Friday, 30 March 2018    
Duration:  5  Days Tour Number: 2793    
Cost $1120 p.p.Twin Share
Travel Club $1064
Single Supplement $260
Deposit $150 p.p.
Balance to be paid by March 10, 2018
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Tour Includes:
Includes: 4 nights motel accommodation 4 cooked breakfasts, 2 lunches & 4 evening meals  Plus Sightseeing & Entrance fees per itinerary  Home Pick Up and Return

Day 1 : Adelaide - Ouyen - Barham
Your chauffered car will pick you up from home and drop you at Our Aust-wide tours Depot 101 Muller Rd Hampstead Gardens for our 7.30am departure. We travel to Barham via Ouyen for lunch with comfort stops en route. Book into the Barham Club Motor Inn and partake of our evening meal at Barham Services Club (opposite the motel), wining & dining, having a flutter on the machines or enjoying the free entertainment until retiring for the night. (D)
Barham Club Motor Inn

Day 2 : Barham - Murrabit - Swan Hill - Barham
Awake to a cooked breakfast ready for a fun-filled day starting with a trip to Murrabit Market, Victoria’s largest open-air market where you will find everything from pottery to clothing to furniture, tools and arts & crafts, underwear to handbags and hats and much more. Wander around or sit and listen to the live music. We make our way to Swan Hill and visit the Pioneer Settlement. Situated on the picturesque banks of the Marraboor River, you can embrace the past with the feeling that you have stepped back in time at the Pioneer Settlement. From our 1850s Pioneer Cottages to Towaninnie Homestead to our Mallee Township you can wander at leisure in a bygone world experiencing real Australian history Time to make our way back to Barham (B L D)

Day 3 : Barham - Bendigo - Barham
Awake to another breakky ready for a fun-filled day. Today we make our way to Bendigo for the Bendigo Easter Fair, where we park the coach and let you wander as you wish to take in some of the activities of the Easter Fair and look at the parks and gardens, listen to the bands or visit museums etc. A MUST SEE is the world’s longest Imperial Dragon in it’s once-a-year parade around the city streets carried by over 100 people. At our agreed time we meet up together and board the coach and make our way back to Barham. Our day almost complete we find ourselves with time to change before dining at the Barham Club for our evening meal and entertainment, retiring in your own time. (B D)

Day 4 : Barham - Boort - Barham
Today we make our way to Boort where we visit Simply Tomatoes, once a major tomato growing farm for the big supermarkets but squeezed out by the "big boys'" pricing structure. They have found a way to value-add for a totally different market and we learn all about the process and have morning tea. Our next stop is the Salute Oliva with a guided tour of the olive grove, and processing plant and tasting room. We make our way to the Commercial Hotel for lunch (supplied) with time for a quick wander before boarding the coach and visiting John Piccolo’s farm for a look at the gardens and birds ~ he has Australia's largest collection of Macaw birds ~ before wandering back to Barham with time to freshen up before dinner. (B L D)

Day 5 : Barham - Donald - Adelaide
After our last hearty, cooked breakfast and a fun few days, we load our cases etc and head back to Adelaide. We will have a morning tea stop at the Donald biscuit factory, known in supermarkets as Kookas Country Biscuits. We travel through Warracknabeal and on to Nhill for lunch (own cost). We continue on through Keith and Tailem Bend ~ arriving in Adelaide at approximately 6pm where we say farewell to our new friends and your cars will be waiting to take you home. (B)