Sit back and admire Australia's magnificent scenery from the comfort of a fully escorted coach holiday.
The Larger Luxury Coaches have seatbelts, power steering, full air suspension and safety braking and to ensure your well-being.
Passengers find the modern vehicles remarkably comfortable. They have cosy coach seats with arm and headrests, climate control air-conditioning with individual vent controls. The Budget Coaches do not have features such as onboard toilets, however, this is compensated for by the smaller group size for the tours. The tours stop frequently, where the small group size allows for speedy passenger embarkation / disembarkation.
Simple A ? B transfers
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The National Wine Centre is located on the edge of Adelaides stunning Botanic Gardens. Passengers will have free time to explore the iconic building with the opportunity to purchase morning tea at the café or taste wine from the extensive Australian wine collection.
FREE This Tour is free when booking two full day tours or 50% off when you book any day tour! See the Adelaide Sightseeing Specials page.
Our packages are extremely affordable, with the cheapest pricing available. Please consult us if you require us to customise your trip, so that we can plan a package of multiple destinations at a reasonable price. In whatever format, fun, fond memories and great value for money are the cornerstones of our business.
Tours in and Around Adelaide
There are many day tours you can take in and around Adelaide, considering the McLaren Vale in the Fleurieu Peninsula is situated only an hour drive away. You can take one of the many wine tours Adelaide offers to wine lovers. Adelaide and the Fleurieu Peninsula have a lot to offer for every age and every wage.
A bit about Adelaide
Adelaide is as much fun as it is serious. It is as green as it is blue and it is as high in spirits as it is grounded. You will find yourself having the time of your life in Adelaide and the surrounding Fleurieu Peninsula region. If you want to party or relax, you can do both here. Are you a shopaholic? Then you can have your fill at the Rundle Mall or have a cup of coffee at one of the many cafes situated on East Rundle Street.
Some Interesting Day Tours
You absolutely must buy yourself some delicious chocolates from Haigh's Chocolates, as they are the only chocolate makers in Australia that still imports and roasts their own beans. They still manufacture using the old style machines and the packing style is old, too, which is very charming. As they say, old is gold, so why not indulge in some chocolate fantasies? There are day tours you can take to visit and observe the Haigh Chocolate facilities.
Adelaide Bus Tours
There are plenty of regions around that are only an hour s (if not less) drive away. Some day tour destinations around Adelaide are:
o The Barossa Valley - 60 minutes drive
o Victor Harbour (Fleurieu Peninsula) - 70 minutes drive
o Adelaide Hills - 20 minutes drive
o McLaren Vale (Fleurieu Peninsula) - 40 minutes drive
o River Murray, Murray Bridge - 60 minutes drive
o Clare Valley, starts from Auburn - 90 minutes drive
o Kangaroo Island - 90 minutes drive to ferry and 45 minutes for crossing
o Kangaroo Island - 30 minutes Flight
o Flinders Range - approximately five hours drive
Adelaide Wine Tours
You cannot come to Adelaide and not visit one of the many world famous wineries. The McLaren Vale region is the biggest and closest wine region to Adelaide. Some beautiful wine regions you must include in your itinerary are:
Adelaide & Adelaide Plains
You can begin your Adelaide wine tours from the city centre to the National Wine Centre and the historic Magill Estate, which is the home of Penfold s Grange Wines.
The Adelaide Hills region has over 60 wineries and is situated just outside of Adelaide. The scenic drive from Adelaide begins your wine journey on a happy note.
The Barossa Valley and the Eden Valley
The Barossa is only an hour s drive from Adelaide and is home to more than 600 grape growing families. Make sure you visit Jacob s Creek Visitor Centre for understanding what Barossa is all about.
Less than two hours away, you can take the famous Riesling Trail, which is a 25km walk or cycling trail, which connects Clare and Auburn and shows you some of the 40 wine cellars en route.
The Fleurieu Peninsula
The Fleurieu Peninsula boasts names like McLaren Vale, Currency Creek and Langhorne Creek and has much more to offer than just wines and great food. Plan a trip here to soak in South Australia s finest nature and wildlife.
With names like Wrattonbully, Padthaway, Mount Benson and Coonwarra originating from this spectacular region, every wine lover must make a trip down to the Limestone Coast.
*The National Wine Centre will be closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day so further time will be spent exploring the city.
Country accommodation is often of the highest standard available at that location and tends to be in 3 to 4 star motel or hotel accommodation.
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