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Yorke Peninsula Innes National Park  
Departs:  Friday, 19 February 2021    
Duration:  3  Days Tour Number: 3430    
Price: 
$570 p.p.
Travel Club $541
Single Supplement $140
Deposit of $121 p.p. On booking
Balance due Feb 2, 2021
   
 
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Tour Includes:
2 cooked breakfasts, Lunch day 2 and 2 Evening Meals Entrance fees as per Itinerary
 
Day 1 : Adelaide - Wool Bay - Edithburgh
Departing from 101 Muller Rd, Hampstead Gardens (lock-up car parking at own risk) at 8.15am or in front of the Intercontinental Hotel on North Tce, Adelaide at 9.00am.  We make our way to Port Wakefield for a quick look around, a comfort stop, and a cuppa before we continue on through to Ardrossan. Take time to look at the local museum and grab a bit to eat for lunch (own cost).  After lunch we make our way through to Port Vincent, Coobowie and visit Barachel’s Alpaca farm. You will be enchanted by the gentle curious nature of the Alpacas as they graze. While you are there you can browse and buy wonderful soft Alpaca products at the Alpaca shop. A short hop to our accommodation for the night where we arrive with plenty of time to freshen up before dinner. Seaside Motel 8852 6172
 
Day 2 : Edithburgh - Innes National Pk - Edithburgh
After a cooked breakfast we meet our guide for a full day touring Innes National Park.  We board our coach and depart for the tour around the coast to Marion Bay and Innes National Park, following the rugged and spectacular coastal road from Stenhouse Bay to Pondalowie Bay.  Morning tea and picnic lunch are provided from the coach on our day out.  Back at our accomodation we farewell our guide and put our feet up for a rest before dinner and retiring in your own time. (B L D)
 
 
Day 3 : Edithburgh - Moonta - Adelaide
After another cooked breakfast we pack the coach and make our way up to and through Maitland and onto Moonta. We visit the Moonta Mines Schoolhouse and Museum and have a train ride around the old mines sites while learning about the history and stories from days gone by. We make our way back into town for lunch, with some free time to wander the local shops. After lunch we head home. A short stop is planned at Port Wakefield, before arriving in Adelaide at 5pm. (B L)