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Bendigo Easter  
Departs:  Friday, 10 April 2020    
Duration:  5  Days Tour Number: 3256    
Price: 
Cost $1320p.p.
Travel Club Price $1254
Single Supplement $280  $210 p.p. Deposit,
Balance due March 12, 2020
   
 
 

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Tour Includes:
4 Beakfasts, 4 Evening meals & Accommodation
All Sightseeing and Entrances fees listed
 Home Pick up and Return
 
 
Day 1 : Adelaide - Horsham -  Bendigo
Your chauffered car will pick you up from home and drop you at Aust-wide tours depot 101 Muller Rd Hampstead Gardens for our 7.30am departure.  We will travel along the South Eastern Freeway to Coonalypyn for morning tea, and continuing onto Nhill for lunch stop. After lunch we travel through, Horsham, St Arnaud and finally Bendigo for our overnights accommodation. (D)
Quality Inn Colonial,
 
Day 2 : Bendigo - Sights - Bendigo
Today we board the coach for our local sightseeing day. Our first stop is the Golden Dragon Museum for a guided tour and some stories of the early Chinese history,  We then move along to the Famous Bendigo Pottery, Australia's Oldest Pottery for a gander at the products they have made and a self-guided tour following the trail. We have time for shopping and lunch in the city centre. After lunch we take in the Bendigo Talking Tram which includes a tour of the tram depot and tram ride. Our final stop for the day is Confectionary Capers; here we celebrate the wheel, the English language and LOLLIES. Time to make our way back to the motel, for dinner. After dinner we make our way to the Torchlight Procession lights up Bendigo's streetscapes magnificently on Easter Saturday evening. Featuring illuminated entries from local emergency services, community groups and the Bendigo Chinese Association. To conclude, a dynamic fireworks display will erupt over Rosalind Park. (B D)
 
 
Day 3 : Bendigo Parade Day
We Wake to another breaky ready for a fun-filled day.  Today we make our way into town 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, Wander through the Rotary markets 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 Motel.  Our day almost complete we find ourselves with time to change before dinner. (B D)
 
 
Day 4 : Bendigo - Castlemaine - Maldon - Bendigo
We start the day with a hearty cooked breakfast before we board the coach and make our way to Castlemaine where we meet a guide. The guide will join the coach and show us around the Historical town of Castlemaine.  Due to the immense riches which poured into Castlemaine in the 1850s and early 1860s, substantial administrative, commercial and private buildings emerged far more quickly than in many other centres. Moreover, the town ceased to grow when the alluvial gold dwindled and so the older buildings were deemed adequate for the town. Consequently many of the CBD's structures date from that early period. Lunch time upon us is in the main heart of the city (own cost). After lunch we board the train for Maldon. We travel through Mucklefield to Maldon on the railway built in 1881 (Steam weather permitting) We have a tour of Maldon specifically taking in one of the best vantage points in town from atop Anzac Hill which furnishes views of the Grampians, Mount Franklin and Mount Macedon in the distance. Returning to Bendigo for a well earned rest before dinner (B D)
 
 
Day 5 : Bendigo - Adelaide
Time to farewell Bendigo, pack the coach and travel  through St Arnaud, Horsham and on to Nhill for lunch (own cost).  Travel through Bordertown to Tailem Bend for our final break before we reach Adelaide at approx 6pm where your cars will be waiting to take you home. (B)