Buckle up for an adventure into North Western NSW, visit a unique museum in Quirindi before crossing to Gunnedah for a two night stay. Have a guided tour of the Roxy Theatre with seating for over 600 – half the town!! Detour on the way home to visit Sawn Rocks and the Wallabadah First Fleet Memorial Park.
Buckle up for an adventure into North Western NSW, visit a unique museum in Quirindi before crossing to Gunnedah for a two night stay. Have a guided tour of the Roxy Theatre with seating for over 600 half the town!! Detour on the way home to visit Sawn Rocks and the Wallabadah First Fleet Memorial Park.
Step back in time in Bobs Memorabilia shed and let your Octane flow with numerous motor displays
Learn of the history of the 600 seat Roxy theatre now restored
Visit the Greek Museum to see the café influence throughout country towns
Steam up at Werris Creek rail junction museum
Ensuite accommodation twin share basis
Pickup and return Locations throughout the Hunter, Central Coast and Sydney*
7 quality meals
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Entries and attractions as shown
Modern luxury coach
Experienced Coach Captain and attentive Tour Hostess
Robert's Famous Homemade Morning Tea
*As per conditions
The Hunter – Gunnedah
Departing from the Hunter our journey takes us to Quirindi, where we will take in the magnificent views from the uniquely named, Who’d A Thought It Lookout. Next we take a stroll down memory lane with a visit to Bob’s Shed where there are displays of memorabilia from the Railway Hotel, the old Ampol garage and the 1950s Vanguard Workshop, complete with Peter Brock’s 1985 HDT Commodore and other Brocky memorabilia. Continue on to Breeza Plains and hold up for photos at Ben Hall’s Wall, one of the country’s more renowned bushranger. This afternoon, arrive in Gunnedah, Dorothy Mackellar’s
home town, for a visit to the Mackellar Centre before settling into our accommodation for the next two
Keepit Dam, Bingara, Roxy Theatre and Greek Cafe
Today we will see Keepit Dam which was completed in 1960, having taken 21 years to construct. When full, the dam is equivalent to Sydney Harbour. Next we travel via Barraba before arriving into Bingara where we will visit the newly re-opened Roxy Theatre and Greek Café. Enjoy lunch before a guided tour of the theatre and time to browse the displays at the Greek Museum. This afternoon, our journey takes us through the agricultural districts surrounding Narrabri before stopping at the remarkable Sawn Rocks. Return to our accommodation to freshen up before dinner.
Gunnedah – Koalas – Rail Museum – First Fleet Park – The Hunter
Farewell Gunnedah and head to Werris Creek Rail Museum, once a very busy rail terminus, and today is where the Countrylink Explorer separates for their independent journeys. Enjoy a picnic lunch at Wallabadah, home to the First Fleet Memorial Garden. Explore the grounds which lists all of the passengers from the original 11 ships that made the journey from Britain. This afternoon, we will make our way back to the Hunter, completing our very interesting short break away.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
TOUR FARE (INC. GST) DEPARTING THE HUNTER FROM: $999.00 per person
Single Supplement available @ $202.00 extra
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