Holiday Tours showcasing New South Wales
A truly iconic road trip from Brisbane to Melbourne, travelling through Newcastle and taking in some of Australia’s best East Coast locations such as Byron Bay, Kingscliff, Wooli, Port Macquarie, Narooma, Lakes Entrance and Wilsons Promontory.
The desert landscape of White Cliffs disguises the value that lies hidden underground, one of the richest opal fields on earth. The locals also live underground and your two night stay in the Underground Dugout Motel will be a memorable experience.
The Lions Road is unique as a privately built road that traverses the State Border through picturesque Richmond Gap. View the engineering marvel of the Border Loop, visit the car boot markets in Lismore, Summerland House Farm in Alstonville, Cape Byron Lighthouse and Ballina Manor.
Lord Howe Island is a unique destination inscribed on the World Heritage List for its outstanding natural features. As the tour unfolds you will discover the spectacular landscape with Mount Gower and Mount Lidgbird towering above the sea.
This tour takes you to the scenic Macleay Valley coastline, staying three nights in the sleepy coastal township of South West Rocks, without a highrise in site. Along with giving you a truly restful break, you will also visit Trial Bay Gaol, take in the scenery from Smoky Cape Lighthouse and cruise the calm waters of the Hastings River aboard MV Port Venture.
Summertime means an abundance of cherries and other delicious stone fruits. Join in the fun and festivities of the ever popular National Cherry Festival in the bustling and picturesque town of Young, ideally located in ‘The Hilltops’ food & wine region.
Break away for a relaxing week in a luxurious hotel overlooking Mount Panorama. From early gold discovery days, to the prominent identities of Bathurst, to inside majestic historical buildings, to the greatest collection of racing memorabilia, Bathurst will charm you this Christmas.
Put on your blue suede shoes for the festivities at the Parkes Elvis Festival. Costume is optional as you swivel your hips with hundreds of Elvis fans. Travel to and from Parkes onboard the Lachlan Valley Railway Blue Suede Express, and find out more about stars of a different kind at ‘the Dish’ in Parkes.
As the song goes "All roads lead to home". Well in this case all roads lead to Tamworth for the annual Country Music Festival. Marking its 44th year, the festival continues to be popular with a wide range of age groups and musical tastes, with something for everyone on offer. Phone today to receive your copy of the full itinerary and see just what is included in each tour.
Visit popular coastal holiday spots including Coffs Harbour, South West Rocks, Sawtell, Port Macquarie, Iluka, Yamba and Wooli with visits to the Clog Barn and the Dutch Village, Trial Bay Gaol, North Coast Regional Botanic Garden, and a dolphin cruise
This tour has always been a favourite combining beautiful scenery, flora and fauna, a cruise on Lake Wallis and Nelson Bay amongst the dolphins. You will be in awe as you stroll through the Hunter Valley Gardens. Marvel at the beauty of this part of Australia and enjoy an absorbing visit to the world of the RAAF. All in all, you are in for a relaxing time on this holiday by the sea.
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.
The Blue Mountains region features some of Australia’s most iconic landscapes, including The Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls, Jamison Valley and Jenolan Caves. Explore the sights from every angle – from the tree top lookouts at Scenic World to the oldest open cave system in the world, the Jenolan Caves. The region also features beautiful historical towns, including the preserved village at Carcoar and the city now synonymous with motor racing – Bathurst.
Focusing on the popular Clarence River countryside, this Yamba and Maclean holiday gives you a lovely short break staying in the one motel and heading out each day to explore the surrounding areas. Angourie Rainforest Resort is nestled beside 600 hectares of open forest and prides itself on its eco-friendliness.
If you’re looking for a unique Easter experience, then here it is! The 16th annual Forbes Camel Races will once again be held on Good Friday. The ‘ships of the desert’ promise to deliver an exciting, fun-filled day of camel racing, making for a unique experience.
Release the break for a weekend of heritage steam, including a seat in the Great Train Race. Tour the tunnels at Fort Scratchley and see the displays at Fighter World. Wander along ANZAC Walk, high above the Newcastle headland and travel on the new cordless light rail.
The changing of the Autumn colours are best seen in the Blue Mountains. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the amazing grounds of Everglades with spectacular Jamison Valley views, admire the three sisters from Echo Point, tour the private gardens of Windy Ridge, and explore the country’s highest botanic gardens at Mount Tomah, continuing along the Bells Line of Rd to Richmond for a buffet lunch.
Day tours and short breaks to the Mary Valley Rattler