The best of South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales for the over 50's
The fertile Lockyer Valley in the Gatton Shire is a fast growing region. Join us at the Gatton Show for all things great and small including livestock, sheep, dogs, farm produce, fruit, vegetables, cookery, handicraft, spinning, weaving, horticulture, photography, woodwork and much more.
Nestled in Queensland’s Scenic Rim is the quaint family owned Scenic Rim Brewery and Café. While we indulge our senses with a taste of their delicious craft beers and ciders brewed on site, our friendly hosts will relate the history surrounding the brewery and the restored building it is housed in.
Back by popular demand - join us as we take you on a Sunday drive. Travel through the rolling hills of the hinterland behind the Sunshine Coast, before arriving in the picturesque town of Imbil, located on the banks of Yabba Creek.
Viola’s Patch is a private garden set on two acres. Years of collecting by Viola, have resulted in diverse gardens displaying hundreds of species of Bromeliad, Cordylines, attractive perennials, striking foliage plants, salvias and other hardy cottage plants and tropicals.
Come along to the Mountain Hospitality Theatre Restaurant as we travel down memory lane listening to a tribute band perform songs made famous by the Jersey Boys. Tap your feet to melodies such as Sherry, Walk like a man, Big girls don’t cry, Cry for me and My eye’s adore you.
Sit back and soak up the scenery on our travels through the bayside district. Stop at the Mount Cotton Retreat for a Devonshire morning tea and spend time viewing the pictorial display showcasing the retreat’s colourful past dating back to 1871.
Travel to Cabarlah for lunch at the Colours Of San Cris restaurant. Later, visit the shop which specialises in all things Central and South American, and stocks beautiful textiles, ceramics, jewellery and hand sourced pieces the owners have collected while travelling the globe.
The restoration of a derelict heritage train, 3 kilometres of railway line and a bridge has been a long time coming for the Byron Bay Railroad Company. Enjoy a talk on the history of the trains used in the area since WWII
Celebrate Christmas on an All Australian Journeys holiday