Who would have thought that such a combination would go together?! Aussie Redback Tours are pleased to announce that they have planned a tour that will include all of these and more.
Commencing on Sat 06 October 2018, and running for 6 days, the tour includes a visit to Australia’s biggest celebration of spring – Floriade, in Canberra – which showcases garden bed designs, colour, pattern and movement over 8,000 sqm of inner parkland. It includes over 100 varieties of tulips, pansies, violas, irises, hyacinths, ranunculus and more. You will be gobsmacked at the size and beauty of this event.
Whilst in the ACT, the tour also includes a visit to Parliament House, the National Gallery of Australia, the National War Memorial and the Embassy District – all remarkable and interesting in their own right.
After the ACT, the tour continues to historical Jindabyne, then the Snowy Mountains and the alpine village of Thredbo. The sights from the top of the mountain are breathtaking!
The last two days include a trip to the Murrumbidgee River and the famous “Dog on the Tuckerbox”. There’s a drive through the border cities of Albury in NSW and Wodonga in Vic, a visit to Kelly country to see where Ned Kelly and his mother were tried and imprisoned, and an animated re-enactment of Ned Kelly’s capture at the Glenrowan Hotel. The tour finishes with a visit to Benella, famous for legendary “Weary Dunlop”.
The 6-day tour starts at $2,600 per person, and includes flights Perth to Canberra and Melbourne to Perth; motel accommodation; daily breakfasts, most dinners and some lunches. If you would like to join Aussie Redback Tours on this amazing tour, please phone 1300 662 026 or email email@example.com.