Victoria

Discover the wonders of Victoria with this selection of sightseeing and special interest tours. You can click through each for more details and pricing. 

These tours can be customised to suit whatever needs you may have, including different types of accommodation to suit your budget, extensions of time, or the inclusion of other interests. This is just a select few, please contact us for a full range of choice and further details.   

Silo Art in Grampians & The Mallee

4 Days
from $1375 per person

Exploring the Wimmera and Mallee Plains follow the Silo Art route returning to The Grampians National Park.

Included in Price
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • 6 activities
  • 4 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 3 dinners
  • Ground transportation
  • – Entrance fees
  • – Licensed English speaking guides

Yarra Valley - Wineries & Wildlife

3 Days
from $450 per person

A three-day break from the hustle and bustle of the city and head back to nature in the beautiful Yarra Valley, just a short drive from Melbourne.

 

Included in Price
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • 2 breakfasts
  • – Entrance fees
  • – Licensed English speaking guides

Port Fairy
Luxury Getaway

3 Days
from $585 per person

Escape to the charming town of Port Fairy, a town stopped in time, for three days.

 

Included in Price
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 1 dinner
  • – Entrance fees

 

The High Country on Horse Back

5 Days
from $1970 per person

Explore the stunning Alpine National Park region in the most traditional way – on horseback! Book-ended by comfortable accommodation, you’ll be swagging it under the stars in the fresh mountain air. An unforgettable experience suitable for the whole family.

Day 1
Arrive at Spring Spur homestead afternoon/evening. Situated at the head of the truly beautiful Kiewa Valley, Spring Spur is close to the trailheads of the adjacent Alpine National park, Falls Creek Ski Resort and the food, wine and adventure offerings of the Alpine Valleys of Victoria’s North East.
Evening Supper – Spring Spur Accommodation

Day 2
Pre-ride information, horsemanship basics in the yards at BHA and packing check. Ride up the Big Hill Cattle Track to camp at Bogong Jack’s hideout, on the North Fainter Spur.
packhorse expeditions offer a traditional and practical means of exploring this vast landscape. The horses are a feature of this expedition, each of them our own bred and trained mountain horse, expertly matched to the rider. Most days the camp is packed up, loaded onto the packhorses and the journey continues. Riding is between 15 to 25km per day with opportunities for loping canters across open plains. Camps are selected for their beautiful settings, some in traditional stock camps featuring huts, but often secluded bush camps maintained
(B,L,D) – Camping

Day 3
We leave camp set up, and climb up to the summit of Mount Fainter with spectacular views across the deep cut of the West Kiewa River to Mount Fainter. Lunch at Tawonga Huts and an afternoon visit to Pretty Valley and brumby country before returning to Jack’s.
(B,L,D) – Camping

Day 4
Return to Spring Spur via the Big Hill Cattle Track, an historical route taken by cattlemen to the high plains. Accommodation on your return is included and the pantry is stocked by the extensive kitchen gardens that nourish our family and guests, Spring Spur Alpine Valley wines and the bounties of local and regional produce.
(B,L,D) – Spring Spur Accommodation

Day 5
Mid-morning checkout. Ask about options to extend yur stay or look to explore the nearby historic and beautiful townships of Bright and Beechworth.

Included in Price
Experienced, knowledgeable guides
Spring Spur accommodation before and after the expedition
All group camping equipment
Quality locally bred and trained horses
Quality Australian saddlery
All meals as per the itinerary
Beer and table wine with evening meal
Helmets and oilskin coats
National Park fees
First aid and emergency communications
Packing lists and travel information

Gourmet Food & Wine, Luxury in King Valley and the High Country

4 Days
from $3475 per person


Discover Victoria’s King Valley and High Country in pure class. With exclusive behind the scenes access to some of the regions best wine makers, gourmet dining experiences and luxury accommodation, this journey is perfect for those who love to travel in style.

Day 1 – Prosecco Road & Italian Hospitality
This morning your local guide will meet you in the lobby of your Melbourne CBD hotel (08:30am) before departing for the King Valley and High Country. The picturesque and bountiful King Valley is located at the foothills of the Alpine National Park, surrounded by mountains, rivers and rolling vineyards perched on the fertile slopes that rise above the King River, are home to great wines and their makers. ‘Prosecco Road’ is an exciting food and wine trail that includes intimate tastings with these makers.

Your first stop will be Pizzini Wines located along ‘Prosecco Road’ in the heart of the King Valley. Like many of the surrounding vineyards, Pizzini Wines is a family owned and operated vineyard that specializes in the production of Italian wine varieties such as Pinot Grigio, Arneis, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and of course Prosecco! In true Italian fashion, enjoy a sumptuous grazing platter with estate wines for lunch overlooking the vineyard.
In the afternoon, continue to sample wines at neighbouring King Valley vineyards, such as Chrismont and Dal Zotto Wines before transferring to your accommodation for the night, Lancemore at Milawa. The evening is yours at leisure with the option to dine at Restaurant Merlot or utilize the in-house room service. (L)

Overnight Lancemore Hotel, Milawa or similar

Day 2 – Explore the quaint township of Bright and the High Country
Today you journey deeper into Victoria’s High Country to explore the picturesque and historic village of Bright. Located on the Ovens River and surrounded by mountains, Bright has long been a popular getaway that offers something special in every season. Prior to departing the King Valley, enjoy a relaxed breakfast at the Lancemore, or perhaps opt for a sunrise balloon flight (not included).
Upon arrival in Bright, hop on a bicycle for a scenic ride taking in scenic views on a rail trail from Bright to Porepunkah (E-Bikes are available if preferred). As you take in the mountain views, break for an espresso at the Rail Trail Café. Further down the trail, the team at Feathertop Winery will share insights to the Boynton family’s favourite picnic spots amongst the vines. Select your preferred location then explore the grounds, while your vineyard service angels prepare your gourmet picnic lunch. Returning to Bright, the afternoon is yours at leisure to explore the township and its stunning riverside setting. Foodies may wish to sample locally made chocolates, enjoy an ale at the friendly Bright Brewery, or gin tasting at Reed & Co Distillery.
Departing Bright, venture on to historic Beechworth, arguably Australia’s best-preserved gold mining town. The evening is yours at leisure. Blessed with wonderful dining options, consider The Ox & Hound Bistro for something special, the Empire Hotel for warm hospitality and elevated pub fare, or pizzas and ale at Bridge Road Brewers. (B,L)

2 nights Freeman on Ford, Beechworth or similar

Day 3 – Bushrangers & the Gold-Rush in Historic Beechworth
Beechworth – The town was a hot bed of revolutionary fervour when the Kelly Gang roamed the countryside and were frequent guests of Her Majesty at Beechworth Gaol. These days Beechworth is ruled by food and wine producers, rather than bushrangers and the constabulary.
Following breakfast, join a local historian who will bring to life the stories of the gold-rush and infamous Kelly Gang on a private walking tour of this town steeped in history.

The afternoon is yours to continue to explore the town’s quaint boutiques, antique stores or visit the famed Beechworth Honey for a tasting. For the energised, walk to Woolshed Falls, home to thousands of miners during the height of the Gold Rush in the 1850’s.
Dinner this evening will be at Provenance, one of Australia’s most esteemed regional restaurants. Housed in the former Bank of Australasia building, Provenance’s reputation is as high as the soaring six-metre ceiling in the dining room. Enjoy the Chefs tasting menu with matched beverages. (B,D)

Day 4 – Scenic return to Melbourne via the Yarra and Dandenong Ranges
Farewelling the High Country, return to Melbourne along the scenic route travelling through the agriculturally rich and picturesque central Victorian countryside. In the foothills of the spectacular Cathedral Range, stop at Buxton Trout and Salmon, Australia’s first commercial Trout farm where trout have been reared for over 50 years, sample their famous Mountain Ash Smoked Trout, premium hand-milked salmon caviar before dropping a line and catching your own lunch.

Your journey continues along one of the most ethereally beautiful drives in the state. The Black Spur cuts through the forest landscapes of the verdant Yarra Ranges. Savour the fragrance of the Australian bush, as you gaze up at the immense mountain ash trees scattering sunlight on the cool understorey of green ferns below, arrive at the Dandenong Ranges. Stop at Grants Reserve in the region’s heart, where you will be joined by an elder of the Wurundjeri people, the traditional custodians of Melbourne and surrounds. Learn more of the land, the lore, and participate in the ancient tradition of Tanderrum – a ceremony to welcome guests to country.

From here it is just a quick hop step to central Melbourne, where your journey of Victoria’s King Valley & High Country concludes. (B,L)

Included in Price

Pick up and drop off in Melbourne
3 nights hotel accommodation
Services of a local expert guide
Meals as per the itinerary
Sightseeing and entrance fees as per the itinerary
National Park fees
Private transportation

The Grampians

Fishing Charters and Lakes Entrance

5 Days
from $975 per person

The ultimate luxury well-cation. Indulge yourself and revitalise your body and soul with a luxury spa package in the theraputic mineral springs of the Daylesford and Hepburn Springs region.

Day 1
Arrive in Lakes Entrance, check-in to your accommodation and the rest of your day is yours to relax and explore the historic township, walk along the pristine beaches or check out the wide array of restaurants for an evening meal.
The Esplanade Resort and Spa

Day 2
3 hour Fishing Charter
Let us take you Fishing on 400 square kilometers of the pristine Gippsland Lakes. As we navigate the intricate waterways, you can view Seals, Dolphins, Kangaroos and plenty of sea birds and other wildlife, with an excellent commentary on the history. The fishing is plentiful and
we’ll catch Bream and Flathead or we can even take you on a Crab catching expedition, if you’d like as well.
All rods, bait & tackle are supplied.
The Esplanade Resort and Spa

Day 3
This is a free day to explore the local areas at your leisure. Recommended acitvities are Buchan Cave Reserves. Near the township of Buchan (40km), lies a honeycomb of caves full of spectacular limestone formations. Buchan Caves were formed by underground rivers cutting through limestone rock. The formations are created by rain water seeping through cracks and dissolving some of the limestone. As each droplet comes through the roof it deposits calcite which crystallises in a small ring. In time, stalactites are formed on the roof of the cave, and stalagmites build up from droplets which fall to the floor. Nyerimilang Heritage Park is on the shores of the Gippsland Lakes, 10 km by road north-west of Lakes Entrance. The park is ideal for picnics featuring attractive gardens and pastoral surroundings and walks along bush and farm tracks. The park also offers magnificent views across Reeve Channel and the lakes beyond.
The Esplanade Resort and Spa

Day 4
We meet at the Skate Park boat ramp in Lakes Entrance between 5-6 am and after a quick briefing we’re on our way to the Snapper and Gummy grounds for your days fishing charter.
The offshore fishing charter is a five hour trip, so we return to the boat ramp around 11am, then we clean your catch. The cleaning is done after we return, in our time, not yours.
All rods, bait & tackle are supplied. Rest of the afternoon at leisure.
The Esplanade Resort and Spa

Day 5
Check out of you self catering accommodation after breakfast and your Lakes Entrance experience as at an end. Speak to us about extending your trip and further explore the area.

Included in Price

3 nights luxury accommodation
Spa indulgence packages including treatments
optional treatments and services
available upon request

Daylesford Spa Packages

4 Days
from $1150 per person

A three-day break from the hustle and bustle of the city and head back to nature in the beautiful Yarra Valley, just a short drive from Melbourne.

Day 1
Arrive in Daylesford, check-in to your accommodation and the rest of your day is yours to relax and explore the historic township packed full of art galleries, cafes boutiques. Explore the nearby vineyards or golf courses or wander through the property’s extensive manicured gardens.
Check out the wide array of restaurants in town for an evening meal.
Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel

Day 2
Make your way to the neighbouring town of Heburn Springs and the Heburn Bathhouse for a day of indulgence. The Bathhouse has been providing traditional social bathing since 1895. The modern Bathhouse comprises of two social mineral bathing experiences: Mineral relaxation bathing, complemented by an invigorating spa bathing experience. Today your included spa package is a perfect balance of traditional water therapies and well-being spa therapies. Escape with this spa elements package combining their signature therapies that are designed to ease stress and restore your mind and body.
includes
Regional tasting platter
Sanctuary and Bathhouse bathing
Hepburn Wellness Massage or Pure Replenishing Facial
Allow up to 4hrs
The evening again will be at your leisure.
Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel


Day 3
Get ready for the ultimate WELL-CATION! Private Mineral Bathing. Drawn straight from the source, our private pure mineral water baths deliver a truly therapeutic effect on the regeneration and repair of health of the whole body. The curative waters are complemented by the powerful added element of your customised blend of pure Celtic sea, Himalayan & Epsom mineral salts for an optimal balneo spring bathing experience.
Begin your day with an indulgent Hepburn Wellness Massage followed by Sanctuary Mineral Bathing overlooking Spring Creek. Your day includes access to the Relaxation Pool, Magnesium Salt Pool and Creekside Pool with a towel, robe and locker included in your visit.
The evening again will be at your leisure. For those looking to end with a bang with fine dining the world renowned Lake House Restuarant is only a few minutes away!
Peppers Mineral Springs Hotel

Day 4
Refreshed and re-invigorated, check out of you self catering accommodation after breakfast and your Daylesford experience as at an end. Speak to us about extending your trip and further explore the area.

Included in Price
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • 2 breakfasts
  • – Entrance fees
  • – Licensed English speaking guides

Victorian Goldfields - Inclusive Tour

3 Days
from $3550 per person

This small group personalised signature tour takes you into the golden heart of Victoria.
Victoria’s frenetic goldrush of the 1850’s has left a lasting and vivid legacy. You can see the evidence in almost every Goldfields town and city. In the splendid streetscapes of Ballarat, Bendigo, Maldon and Dunolly. In grand buildings such as the Maryborough Railway Station and the Market Building in Castlemaine. You can re-live the goldrush at Sovereign Hill in Ballarat and at the Central Deborah Goldmine in Bendigo.

Day 1 Melbourne – Ballarat
In the morning you will be met at *Southern Cross Railway Station, Melbourne, by your Golden Nugget Discovery Tours Eco Guide. The Adventure begins as we travel on our fast train to Ballarat,
Today we discover the city of Ballarat, the first of the large gold fields during the 1850’s Victorian goldrush.
First we drive to Black Hill lookout to get great panoramic views of Ballarat and then we stop at several important historical locations, including the Red Hill mine site where they found the Welcome Nugget, a gold nugget which weighed 69 kilograms.
We get to walk the inner city along Lydiard Street to view the best examples of gold rush historic buildings in Australia, then stop at the famous Craigs Royal Hotel for morning tea, before driving to the Eureka Centre. The Eureka Centre is the site of the 1854 Rebellion where the miners had an armed conflict with British Army soldiers.
We visit Lake Wendouree just out from the centre of Ballarat which has many recreational uses by the locals and has lots of bird life, namely the black swan. On it shores are the Ballarat Botanical Gardens, we will have a short walk, looking at at the floral garden beds, statues and imposing trees.
Driving to the outskirts of Ballarat, we come to the town of Buninyong and to Mt Buninyong, an extinct volcano with breathtaking views and wildlife, and to Woowookarung Regional Park with its wildflowers and wildlife.
The afternoon and evening is spent at Sovereign Hill, which is an outdoor living museum depicting Ballarat in the 1860’s goldrush era. You can go down a goldmine, pan for gold, ride a stage coach, or watch a $150,000 pure gold ingot being poured. During the evening we watch the sound and light show named AURA.

Day 2 Ballarat – Clunes – Maryborough – Golden Triangle region – Bendigo
Today will see us travelling through the centre of the Goldfields region on our way to Maryborough, stopping at the many old goldfields towns.
First we visit Creswick with its Woollen Mill, the last mill of its type in Australia. Leaving Creswick we drive through the Rivers of Gold mines on our way to Smeaton to see the historic flour mill.
The next old gold town is Clunes where the Victorian goldrush began, we have a walk down Fraser Street, see the Port Phillip Mine remnants and a view over the town.
Talbot is the next town, a quietly fascinating gold rush town with picturesque winding streets of brick and bluestone, and cottage gardens.
On the outskirts of Maryborough are the Box-Ironbark forests where we have our first wild nature encounter to see wildflowers and chance to see wallabies, echidna and native birds, as well as, Aboriginal culture of the Jajawurrong people and relics of the gold mining era.
In Maryborough we do a town tour visiting the town’s splendid cluster of heritage buildings, and views of the town from Bristol Hill lookout. No visit to Maryborough is complete without seeing the historic Maryborough Railway Station.
On leaving Maryborough we head into the northern central goldfields, stopping at Timor which was once a thriving gold town. We see remnants of the Grand Duke Mine, which produced $281 million dollars worth of gold
We are now deep in the Golden Triangle region of Victoria as we drive to Dunolly which once boasted 5 kilometres of buildings, shops and canvas dwellings in the main street.
In the surrounding district more large gold nuggets were discovered than anywhere else in Australia, and we drive to Moliagul to discover where the 72kg Welcome Stranger was found, still today the largest nugget in the world.
We now head to the top of Mt Moliagul to view the surrounding country side, before heading to Bendigo for our overnight stay.

Day 3 Bendigo – Castlemaine – Melbourne
After breakfast we visit the Diamond Hill historic area, part of the Bendigo Regional Park. In the 1880’s Diamond Hill was a bustling town of 10,000 people, today in the eucalyptus forests many relics remain, mullock heaps, water-races, deep sluiced gullies, building foundations and remnant gardens.
At Central Deborah Goldmine we have a unique opportunity to explore a real gold mine, experience what it was like to be a gold miner in the 1940’s, 61 metres below the ground.
We ride on one of the Bendigo Trams, where the guide will tell you of Bendigo’s goldrush history as you move along Pall Mall to the original Chinese Joss House (temple) at Emu Point, built during the gold rush. In the afternoon you learn about the Chinese miners that arrived to prospect for gold at the Golden Dragon Museum.
You visit Bendigo Pottery, which is Australia oldest working pottery and has the most significant collection of ceramic wood fired kilns left in the world in the Interpretive Museum.
On leaving Bendigo we travel to Castlemaine for a city highlights tour before boarding the train for your fast journey to Melbourne, arriving at Southern Cross Railway Station where we say our good bye’s.

Included in Price

Accommodation: 3 – 4 Star Hotel.
Meals: Morning tea, Dinner.
Included Entrance Fees:
Sovereign Hill, AURA show,
Eureka Centre,
Woowookurang Regional Park,
Rail Ticket Melbourne to Ballarat*
Paddy’s Ranges State Park
Central Deborah Goldmine,
Bendigo Trams,
Bendigo Pottery,
Bendigo Joss House,
Golden Dragon Museum,
Bendigo Regional Park,
Rail Ticket Castlemaine to Melbourne *

*if starting Melbourne

Murray River Cruises

5 Days
from $1875 per person

Murray River Authentic Luxury Cruising
Enjoy the spectacular scenery of Australia’s longest river with a Murray River cruise aboard the world’s only cruising wood-fired paddlesteamer and Australia’s most luxurious boutique river cruise. Choose from 1 to 6 night Murray River Cruises and let PS Emmylou step you back to the romantic days of Australia’s Paddlesteamers.

Day 1 – Monday
Departing Echuca downriver, enjoy a welcome afternoon tea with freshly made Australian scones, jam & cream with tea and coffee as you begin to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of the river. Time to relax or take the opportunity to chat with the Engineer and Skipper in the wheelhouse about the rich history of the river and PS Emmylou.
As the sun starts to set over the river, time for an evening cocktail before your chef prepared welcome dinner. Listen to the river birds evening chorus, watch for kangaroos, wombats, egrets and many other species of birds as the stars begin to appear.
Tonight, we moor at the famous Perricoota Station. Rich in history, the property was first settled by James Maiden in 1843, and famous for starring in the TV movie “All the River Run” where PS Emmylou was renamed PS Philadelphia.

Day 2 – Tuesday
Wake to a morning self-guided walk around the building and vast gardens scattered with old date palms before enjoying breakfast. We then depart for our onshore tour visiting Restdown Winery, producers of fine organic wines and Hereford beef. Here you will enjoy a guided 1.4km wetlands walking trail of early Aboriginal significance with the owners followed by a gourmet lunch of local produce with complementary wine tastings.
We then visit Arbuthnot Redgum Sawmill dating back to 1889 for a short tour of the redgum mill before arriving at Torrumbarry Weir and PS Emmylou. Here you can take a walk across the weir and visit the Interpretive Centre learning about the Murray Darling Basin, the Weir and lock system which dates back to 1923.
This afternoon we cruise towards our overnight bush mooring at Norris Bend. After dinner it is movie night, with a special presentation of “Riverboats Remembered” a fabulous historical presentation about the riverboats of mid 1850’s along the Murray River.

Day 3 – Wednesday
This morning early risers and keen photographers can take bush walk and capture the special morning light and wildlife around Norris Bend before we steam towards Perricoota Station. Upon arrival join the Skipper for a guided walking tour of the gardens and buildings before you depart on a half day excursion travelling 30 minutes to the small town of Barmah.
Enjoy a traditional Australian picnic lunch riverside before departing on your guided Eco Cruise, where you can get up close to Australian nature and wildlife. Nowhere else in the world can you experience such timeless, natural beauty and peace as when you are gliding through the World-Heritage listed Barmah Wetlands aboard the MV Kingfisher.
It is then time to re-join PS Emmylou and relax as we continue our cruise upriver towards our overnight mooring at Deep Creek Marina. Tonight, enjoy dinner service as Emmylou cruises at dusk with her powerful lamps lighting up the banks of the river as the local wildlife begin their evening chorus. Watch for kangaroos, egrets and many other species of birds as the stars begin to appear over the river.

Day 4 – Thursday
This morning PS Emmylou departs on a full day of cruising towards our Layfield Lane Mooring. Enjoy breakfast on the deck then relax with a good book or just take in the river views and wildlife as Emmylou steams her way upriver. Today your welcome to try your hand at steering the boat with the Skipper or learning how the 1906 steam engine works with the Engineer.
Tonight, you will enjoy our signature Grand Dining gourmet Australian BBQ. Enjoy sampling the delicious range of Pacdon Park UK small goods for entrée before joining your fellow passengers at the riverside grand dining table, star lit by the Southern Cross and candles. After dinner enjoy some yarns sitting around the campfire before retiring for the evening


Day 5 – Friday
This morning before breakfast early rises can enjoy a riverside stroll before PS Emmylou then departs for the Port of Echuca where we reluctantly say farewel

Included in Price
Complimentary transfer to/from local Hotels & Echuca Train Station, 
Onboard Accommodation
Chef prepared meals
Espresso Coffee, Tea & Bottled Water
Complimentary Wifi throughout the boat
All Gratuities

2 Night Murray River Escape Cruise

3 Days
from $850 per person

Leave the city behind for an unforgettable 2 night Murray River Escape Cruise. With just 8 couples aboard there is plenty of room to find your own space experiencing the river. Whether you’re cozying up in your individually air-conditioned cabin, taking a morning walk, relaxing with a drink from the Saloon Bar or sitting around the roaring riverside campfire, you will love the River!

Day 1 – Friday
Departing Echuca downriver, enjoy a welcome afternoon tea with freshly made Australian scones, jam & cream with tea and coffee as you begin to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of the river. Time to relax or take the opportunity to chat with the Engineer and Skipper in the wheelhouse about the rich history of the river and PS Emmylou.
As the sun starts to set over the river, time for an evening cocktail before your chef-prepared welcome dinner. Listen to the river birds evening chorus, watch for kangaroos, wombats, egrets and many other species of birds as the stars begin to appear.
Tonight, we moor at the famous Perricoota Station. Rich in history, the property was first settled by James Maiden in 1843, and famous for starring in the TV movie “All the River Run” where PS Emmylou was renamed PS Philadelphia.

Day 2 – Saturday
Early risers and keen photographers are sure to see the morning mist rolling along the river. After breakfast join the Skipper for a guided walking tour of Perricoota Stations buildings and vast gardens. Learn about the rich history of the property which was once the area’s largest sheep and fruit orchard.
Today enjoy a full day cruising the mighty Murray River. You are welcome to join the Skipper in the Wheelhouse to learn how to steer Emmylou along the winding river and chat with the Engineer about how the 1906 Steam Engine powers the boat along the river. Enjoy freshly made scones for morning tea followed by a delicious Winter lunch prepared by your chef.
This afternoon join your fellow guests for complimentary wine and cheese tastings highlighting the very best wine and produce from the Perricoota region. Tonight, it is time to dress up a little and enjoy a traditional 3-course dinner with all the trimmings. Enjoy complimentary wines and beers. After dinner, it’s Movie Night, with a special presentation of ‘Riverboats Remembered’ a fabulous historical presentation about the riverboats of the mid 1850’s along the Murray River and join your fellow passengers around the roaring campfire to watch the stars appear in the stunning night sky before retiring for the evening.

Day 3 – Sunday
This morning before breakfast early rises can enjoy a riverside stroll before PS Emmylou then departs for the Port of Echuca where we reluctantly say farewell.

Included in Price
Complimentary transfer to/from local Hotels & Echuca Train Station, 
Onboard Accommodation
Chef prepared meals
Espresso Coffee, Tea & Bottled Water
Complimentary Wifi throughout the boat
All Gratuities

Book With Flexibility

Flexible Payment – Only pay a deposit upfront and the balance 60 days before the trip.

Extra Mile

Our travel concierge will work with you to accommodate unforeseen changes, where possible.

Are you interested in creating your own tour?

We can liaise with local suppliers and create your own special package based on your special interest.  So if you have a small group or club with specific interests please get in contact with us to work through putting together a proposal for you.