Join in the joyous occasions with your friends as we venture to the Blue Mountains in New South Wales and of course
indulge in some shopping in the picturesque harbour front city of Sydney. The Sydney city centre comes alive at Easter time
and it is a great chance to explore it for its famous sights; Opera House, Sydney Harbour, Botanical Gardens, Olympic Park and
Bondi Beach. We experience the finest of the Blue Mountains over 2 nights including gorges, caves and gardens. The skyway
will carry us across the Blue Mountains, 270 metres in the air. We will tour and discover the history and settlement of the Blue
Mountains across numerous sites and indulge in its tea houses.
To find that special day tour you are looking for click on the 'BOOK NOW' button above to scroll though all of the exciting places we will be visiting during the next 12 months. Including:
Bridestowe Lavender Farm
ZOODOO Wildlife Park
Wooden Boat Festival
Wall in the Wilderness
1 and 3 day mystery tours
Plus much much more........
Join McDermotts travel club on this magnificent flower and gardens tour from Melbourne to the ACT. We have selected some very interesting and majestic gardens such as Bruno’s, the Benalla Botanical and the Australian National Botanic Gardens to mention a few and don’t forget the headline feature of the Melbourne Flower and Garden Show. We also get to visit some award-winning wineries like Coombe Estate and Dromana Estate and our Nation’s capital the ACT to take in the Australian War Memorial. There is loads more on this tour, so keep reading to see all the special highlights and for more detail in the itinerary section. We look forward to seeing you soon
This outstanding region of South Australia is an absolute must to visit as it just keeps on giving, from wineries, to churches, cathedrals and old architecture of Adelaide city. Lets not forget the Coorong, the mouth of the nighty Murray river with its abundance of migratory birdlife and water flora. All this before we even make our way over to Kangaroo Island to visit one of the last stands of Ligurian honey bees and some of the best rock art formations on the south coast at Remarkable Rocks. Last but not least the Hanson’s Bay wildlife sanctuary and Seal bay conservation park will leave you impressed. Phew, after this we make our way home, knowing that the region is worth another visit, one day
An exciting way to get to see a part of Northern Australia’s Top End. You, your friends and a group of like-minded explorers who wish to get out and about in a very special region. Take in the sights and history of Darwin before heading south to Jawoyn country and Nitmiluk National Park for a gorgeous cruise on the Katherine river. Leaving the NT we cross the WA border to the famous Kimberley region of the Top End to Lake Argyle and Kununurra the gateway of the area. We get to explore these great places with a sunset cruise and if time allows an option for you to fly over the huge Lake Argyle Diamond mine. At Fitzroy Crossing on our way to Broome we cruise on the croc infested Fitzroy River with some local rangers. Arriving in Broome, the pearl of the north, we explore this out post and all it has to offer and finish the day taking in the sunset on Cable beach
South West Western Australia is one of those places that should be on every person’s list of ‘where I want to visit’. Flying into Perth we take a cruise on the Swan River and visit Kings Park & the Botanical Gardens along with other attractions. We head south to explore the famous wine region of Margaret River with stop overs at Mandurah, Bunbury and Busselton. Visit the Cape Leeuwin region before heading further south to the scenic Albany As we travel from on we get the chance to view the various wildflowers, huge Tingle trees with massive canopies, visit the world renowned Wave Rock and enjoy a walk along the beaches of the South West Coast.
This tour is fully packed with attractions that will keep you on your toes. Explore the Churches and Cathedrals of Adelaide with some shopping in the Rundle St mall before we venture out to the Barossa Valley and the National Wine Centre. We will sweeten the day with some chocolate tasting at Haigh’s which will keep you going onto the Botanical gardens. We cruise on the picturesque Coorong, the mouth of the mighty Murray river to watch the abundance of birdlife. Travelling eastward and crossing into historical Victoria to Ballarat we can try our hand at fossicking for gold at Sovereign Hill and try not to go to mad as we visit the infamous J Ward mental asylum. In Melbourne we can visit the law maker at Parliament House before taking the time to do some shopping and café hopping in St Kilda
Experience the scenic south in style, travelling aboard our exclusive charter train- the refurbished ‘Silver Fern.’ This tour will be a wonderful New Zealand experience. We resume the scenic rail section from Picton and along the Kaikoura coastline to Christchurch after the 2016 earthquake- a credit to the outstanding work that has gone on since.
We traverse the Southern alps in both directions, plus ride the historic Taieri Gorge Train through spectacular Central Otago hinterland. No South Island tour would be complete without including Central Otago, Queenstown, Te Anau and Milford Sound and we take you to these special places. Our tour escorts and hosts ensure your tour is relaxing, fun and memorable.
We love this place, so we decide to take you back there. The history of the ‘Bounty’, the tranquillity of the island life, the local cuisine, the culture. This tour has highlights at every turn including Colleen McCullough’s gardens, Pitcairn Settlers village, local farm and produce tours, Glass bottom boat cruising on Slaughters Bay plus an abundance of shopping at Sunday Island markets. Seats are limited so get in early as the list of travellers is already growing.We love this place, so we decide to take you back there. The history of the ‘Bounty’, the tranquillity of the island life, the local cuisine, the culture. This tour has highlights at every turn including Colleen McCullough’s gardens, Pitcairn Settlers village, local farm and produce tours, Glass bottom boat cruising on Slaughters Bay plus an abundance of shopping at Sunday Island markets. Seats are limited so get in early as the list of travellers is already growing.