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Wagga Wagga/Tumut Autumn Tour  
Departs:  Thursday, 26 April 2018    
Duration:  6  Days Tour Number: 2787    
$1380 p.p.
Travel Club $1311
Single Supp $295
Deposit of $160 p.p. due on booking
Balance due 12th April 2018
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Tour Includes:
All Cooked Breakfasts, All Evening Meals   Accommodation and Entrance Fees as Itinerary  

Day 1 : Adelaide - Mildura - Hay
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 7.00am departure. We travel the Sturt Highway to Waikerie, where we make a comfort stop, with time for a cuppa. Moving along through Renmark we make our way to Mildura for lunch (own cost). After lunch we carry on along the Sturt Highway through Euston, Balranald, and Hay for our overnight stop, with time to freshen up before dinner. (D)
Hay Bishop Lodge Motor Inn

Day 2 : Hay - Darlington Point - Wagga
This morning we board the coach and make our way to Darlington Point and visit the Southern cotton Gin, here we learn, from when the bales are brought in, cleaned and packed ready to ship out, Southern Cotton's specially-built observation walkways allow visitors to witness these stages first-hand in a safe environment. You could also see the two enormous yellow moon buggies in action. Lunch will be at the Darlington Point Club. After lunch we make our way to Narrandera and visit the John Lake Centre. The Centre features an aquarium with many fish species of the Murray Darling system in particular the icon of the river system, the mighty Murray Cod. We have a guided tour of the hatchery, Ponds and aquarium’s. Continuing onto Wagga Wagga for our next three night’s accommodation. (B L D)
Wagga Wagga RSL Motel

Day 3 : Wagga Wagga ~ Tumut ~ Wagga
Boarding the coach we make our way to Tumut to join in the Gala day activities’ Its rich tradition and history have become a positive addition to the Falling Leaf Festival. With over 100 stalls amidst the beauty of the autumn shrouded Bila Park, Food lovers will be well catered for – quality coffee stars among the traditional festival food options, When you need a break from the browsing, a wonderful line up of performers on the stage are on hand to get you in the groove. This year’s stage program features a showcase of local and regional talent throughout the day. The gala event also has the street parade with many floats and people in costumes which showcases the local community. We then visit the Tumut Valley African Violets Farm with over 950 named varieties it is reputedly the largest African violet farm in Australia. Located in the grounds of the 120-year-old Tumut Plains School House while we are here we enjoy a devonshire afternoon tea. Returning to Wagga with time, to freshen up before dinner. (B D)

Day 4 : Wagga Wagga ~ Temora ~ Wagga
Departing Wagga we make our way to Temora and Visit the Aviation Museum. The Museum displays ex-military aircraft, which have a historical significance to Australia. What makes our collection unique is that our aircraft are maintained in airworthy condition and are flown on a regular basis. And we view the theatrette featuring a 15-minute introductory DVD on the Temora Aviation Museum narrated by Bud Tingwell. And with plenty of time to wander the many ehibits. We have time for lunch in the town centre before visiting the Rural Museum and returning to Wagga through Junee and stop at the The Junee Licorice and Chocolate Factory before returning to Wagga. (B D)

Day 5 : Wagga - Albury - Barham
Departing Wagga we make our way along the Olympic Highway to Lake Hume for morning tea and a look at the weir. Joining tMurray Valley Highway we take time out for our lunch stop at Yarrawonga, After lunch we travel via Finley and Deniliquin and on to Barham for our ove night stop. (B D)
Barham Club Motor Inn

Day 6 : 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)