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Casey Australia Tours is a family company still run by its founder (1973) Bryan Casey. The company offers a range of cabin, motel and outback camping safaris throughout Australia from one(day tours) to thirty days (extended tours). All tours commence from Perth and all return to Perth, although passengers may leave or commence at any point on route.

On our high quality, eco-friendly coach tours you travel in the safety and comfort of our luxury five star 48 seater air-conditioned coachers with a friendly group of like minded travelers. All tours are run by friendly and informative staff, firstly our ‘Professional Driver’ who controls the tangible side of your journey. Secondly the ‘Tour Leader/Cook’ who is there to make sure you are happy and contented with every aspect of Casey’s Service.

Most meals are included in the fares as well as many side excursions such as boat cruises and entries to national parks.

Casey Tours run three different styles of accommodation:

Motel Accommodation Tours:
Motels are of a high standard and all motels used are three stars or better.
Meals:- In general, three course evening meals and cooked breakfasts are provided at the motels. There are exceptions such as restaurant, club or picnic meals; these are noted on the daily description. Generally midday meals are not included in motel tours.
Aircraft Fares:- Many ‘Motel Tours’ have an air travel component. Return flight costs are included in the fare.

Cabin Accommodation Tours:
Cabins or on-site vans in caravan parks are mostly used, or alternatively we may use an older style hotel or motel.
With Cabin Tours, lunch is generally not included.
On most nights cabins have en-suites, television etc and will be the equivalent of a medium hotel. On others they will simply be a room with beds.
Aircraft Fares:- Many ‘Cabin Tours’ have an air travel component. Return flight costs are included in the fare.

Outback Safari Tent Tours:
Camping at Caravan Parks:- Nights on which the tours are at caravan parks are designated on the tour itinerary (CP). Most parks are of a very good standard and provide laundry facilities. At many parks we are able to have a campfire.
Camping in the bush:- The campfire and community spirit that develops around it is one of the great pleasures of camping in the bush. There are garden chairs for relaxing around the campfires and liquid refreshments are available.
Tents and Camping Equipment:
The tents provided suit two people. They are 180cm high, 270cm square at the base, fully floored, and very simple to erect.
There is electric floodlighting of the area
Sleeping is on foam mattresses- Stretchers can be hired. $33.00
Single Supplement- A single tent may be booked for an extra $66.00

“Value, Experience and Enjoyment”

Touring Options

14 Day New Zealnd Motel Tour Including Both Islands

14 Day New Zealand Tour

Motel tour

All return flights included

Departure Date
2nd March 2005

$3 290.00 Senior/Pensioner
$3 330.00 Adult
$600.00 Single Supplement

Auckland, Waitomo Caves Rotorua, Lake Taupo, Wellington, Ferry Across Cook Strait, Christchurch, Milford Sound, Queenstown, Fox Glacier, Arthurs Pass.

Price includes: Airfares Perth to Auckland and return Christchurch, three star or better twin-share motel accommodation, all evening meals (except one), entries to various attractions (as noted), luxury coach travel, cooked breakfasts.

Day 1: Fly from Perth to Auckland, where on arrival we are met by our coach and transferred to our motel. Home for two nights.

Day 2: A day touring Auckland and viewing its spectacular harbour. We visit Devonport, the oldest settlement on the north shore, travelling over by ferry, the city centre and Mt Eden. Also free time to wander at will. N.B. Ferry trip to Devonport included in your fare.

Day 3: We travel to the famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves from and existing cave tour by boat. Onto Lake Taupo for two Nights. N.B. Cave tour included in your fare.

Day 4: A day to Roturua visiting the “Maori Experience”, observing bubbling mud pools, spouting geysers and learning New Zealand’s Maori heritage. Return to Lake Taupo. N.B. “Maori Experience” included in your fare.

Day 5: Delightful drive along the shore of Lake Taupo then a scenic drive to Wellington, the capital of New Zealand.

Day 6: We have a full tour of Wellington and time to explore at will, then we cross Cook Straight to the South Island by ferry, landing at Picton. N.B. Ferry trip included in your fare. Evening meal not included.

Day 7: From Blenheim we take a beautiful scenic coastal drive between the sea and the Kaikoura Range to Christchurch, the South Islands largest city. Afternoon tour of Christchurch.

Day 8: Leaving Christchurch, we travel through the rich Canterbury Plain farming area to lake Tekapo with spectacular views across to the Southern Alps and Mt. Cook. We visit the famous “Church of the Good Shepherd” and are able to take delightful walks along the lake. Optional flight over Mt. Cook available. N.B. Flight over Mt. Cook not included in your fare. Cost approx $200.00NZ.

Day 9: Leaving Lake Tekapo we follow the highland roads past the beautiful mountain lakes of the central South Island to Queenstown and on through the Takitimu Mountains passing Lake Wakatipu and pleasant farmlands to Te Anau on the edge of Fiordland National Park.

Day 10: Onto on the eight Natural Wonders of the World – Milford Sound. Here we take a marvellous boat cruise in this pristine corner of the world. In the afternoon return to Queenstown. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare.

Day 11: The area around Queenstown is breathtakingly picturesque. Here we enjoy a superb lake cruise. Later you can take a chair lift ride for a spectacular view of Queenstown. N.B. Boat Cruise included in your fare. Chair lift ride not included.

Day 12: Continuing north along the scenic mountain roads past Lake Hawea and Mount Aspiring National Park we come to the Fox Glacier, a slow moving river of ice.

Day 13: On through the mountains to Hokitika on the Tasman Coast. Then a final spectacular drive across the island via Arthur’s Pass to Christchurch.

Day 14: An early departure to the airport and our flight home after a great ‘New Zealand Experience’.

2 Day Christmas in July Tour

2 Day Christmas In July Tour

New Norcia, Avon Valley & Berkshire Valley

Staying at the Historic New Norcia Hotel

4th July 2005
$240 Senior/Pensioner, $260 Adult

Enjoy a delightful tour of the historic towns of the Avon Valley, York, Northam and Toodyay. On via Bolgart to New Norcia, Founded by Dom Salvardo and named after the birth place of St Benedict. Stay a night in the impressive New Norcia Hotel. Enjoy some pre dinner drinks and a Christmas meal during which Father Christmas might come with presents for all. Next day be fascinated by a fully conducted tour of the historic buildings and Art Gallery, later into the Berkshire Valley, an early property built in the style of a Berkshire Farm.

17 Day Eastern States Tour, Including Kangaroo Island Cabin Tour.

Cabin Tour

All return flights included.

Departure Date
19th March 2005
$2 890.00 Senior/Pensioner
$2990.00 Adult

Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Barossa Valley, Renmark, Mildura, And Murray River Paddleboat Cruise, Canberra, Snowy Mountains, Thredbo, Sydney, Katoomba, Hawkesbury River Cruise, New South Wales Coast, Melbourne, Dandenong Ranges, Puffing Billy Train And Philip Island Penguin Parade, Geelong, Great Ocean Road And 12 Apostles, Warrnambool, Mt Gambier Its Blue Lake and Hahndorf.

Day 1: Fly from Perth to Adelaide. On arrival we are met by our coach and transported to our accommodation. Afternoon tour of Adelaide city and suburbs.

Day 2: Our day to Kangaroo Island starts with a drive down the coast to Cape Jervis. Then a great boat trip to the island and wonderful tour showing the many spectacular sights and views. N.B. Boat cruise and tour of island included in your fare. Lunch included, evening meal not included.

Day 3: Off to the mighty Murray River today firstly via the Barossa Valley and the lovely picturesque towns of Tandura and Nurioopta. Then on through Renmark, into Victoria and Mildura. In the evening a delightful cruise on a 120 year old paddleboat. N.B. Paddleboat cruise included in your fare.

Day 4: Up early for our drive across Outback New South Wales to Hay, Narranderra, Wagga Wagga and a visit to the ‘Dog on the Tucker Box’ at Gundagai. Then onto Canberra for a three night stop.

Day 5: A full day in Canberra visiting Parliament House, The National Gallery, the National War Memorial and a tour of the embassy district and city.

Day 6: We travel to the Snowy Mountains and Thredbo at the foot of Mt. Kosciusko. Here you may take the chairlift up the mountain. In the afternoon we travel down the mountains to Cooma and back to Canberra. N.B. Chairlift included in your fare.

Day 7: Leaving Canberra we head onto the Blue Mountains and Katoomba, its Three Sisters, Scenic Railway and Cable Car; a most impressive part of the world. N.B. Scenic Railway and Cable Car included in your fare.

Day 8: A wonderful day in Sydney, visiting the beaches, Kings Cross, The Rocks, Opera House and the spectacular scenery of the Harbour. N.B. Evening Meal not included.

Day 9: Sydney; This is your day to do as you will; visit friends, take a harbour cruise or simply take it easy. We take you to the nearest train station and pick you up that evening.

Day 10: A delightful day, firstly travelling along the northern beaches, Dee Why and Narrabeen to Palm Beach. Then a very pleasant boat trip on the Hawkesbury River to Bobbin Head, where the coach is waiting. Later we visit some of the Olympic sites. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare.

Day 11: South today we move onto the very beautiful New South Wales south coast past the towns of Wollongong, Nowra and Bateman Bay.

Day 12: Continuing along the south coast we cross into Victoria and the towns of Orbost, Lakes Entrance and Sale, then onto our accommodation in Melbourne for three nights.

Day 13: City Sightseeing is the order of the day with plenty of time for shopping and looking over cosmopolitan Melbourne.

Day 14: A full day firstly taking a trip on the Puffing Billy Steam train from Belgrave to Lakeside. In the afternoon onto Phillip Island and its famous Penguin Parade. N.B. Puffing Billy and Penguin Parade included in your fare. Evening meal not included.

Day 15: Onto the industrial city of Geelong and then for a delightful drive along the Great Ocean Road viewing its spectacular 12 Apostles. Stop at Warrnambool.

Day 16: Onto Portland, one of the earliest settlements in Victoria and home of Alcoa’s huge aluminium smelter. Onto Mt. Gambier; its volcanic blue lake is very interesting. From here we move onto Murray Bridge.

Day 17: Onto the beautiful Adelaide Hills and the delightful town of Hahndorf. Where we have plenty of time to wander and the option of tasting a drop of wine. Later onto Adelaide and our flight to Perth.

5 Day Albany, Walpole Inlet, Esperance and Wave Rock Cabin Tour

5 day Albany, Walpole Inlet, Esperance & Wave Rock Tour

Cabin Accommodation

4th April 2005
$620.00 Senior/Pensioner
$640.00 Adult,
Most Meals included

Including, Albany, Denmark, Valley of the Giants, Walpole Inlet Boat Cruise, Bremer Bay, Esperance, Boat Cruise to Bay of Isles, Wave Rock

Travel via Albany Highway through Kojonup and Mt. Barker to arrive in Albany for lunch. Afternoon tour of Albany city, visit to Mt. Clarence, The Amity, Whaling Station Museum and The Gap. N.B. Entry to Amity and Whaling Station included in your fare, Lunch not included.

A Delightful drive through the forrest to the pretty town of Denmark and a morning break. On then to one of West Australias
newest and most spectacular attractions, ‘The Tree Top Walk At The Valley Of The Giants.’ At Walpole we
have lunch and in the afternoon a boat cruise on the beautiful Walpole and Nornalup Inlets. Return to Albany. N.B. Boat cruise
and tree top walk included in your fare, lunch not included

Departing Albany early we head onto Bremer Bay. We have a delightful time in Bremer Bay visiting the town, the very beautiful
beaches and scenery in the area. Later it is onto Jerramungup, Ravensthorpe and Esperance.

A full day in Esperance commences with a marvellous boat cruise in the harbour and nearby islands. After lunch some free time
to explore Esperance. We take a delightful trip along the coast, Twilight Drive and return to Esperance via Pink Lake.
N.B. Boat Cruise included in your fare, lunch not included.

An early start to Wave Rock where we have lunch. Then on home to Perth via Corrigin and Brookton after a welightful week.
N.B. Enrty to Wave Rock included in your fare.

7 Day Mt Augustus, Monkey Mia and Kalbarri Motel and Cabin Tour

7 Day Mt Augustus, Monkey Mia and Kalbarri Tour

Motel and Cabin Tour

Departure Date
16th April 2005
$860.00 Senior/Pensioner
$890.00 Adult

Cue, Meekatharra, Landor, Mt Augustus, Gascoyne Junction, Carnarvon, Monkey Mia, Kalbarri

Day 1: We travel via historic New Norcia then onto Dalwallinu for lunch, afternoon travel to the Goldfields town of Mt. Magnet.

Day 2: Onto Cue, a most historic gold mining town, then to Meekatharra, from here we leave the bitumen travelling to Mt. Gould police station, built in the late 1800’s to police aboriginals who were killing settlers stock. Lunch there, then onto Landor Station, famous for its bush race meeting. Arriving at Mt. Augustus Station. (Cabins without ensuite)

Day 3: At Mt Augustus the super fit and energetic can climb to the top, the rest of us have a full tour and visit nearby Lyons River. After lunch it is rest and recreation at this Outback Oasis. (Cabins without ensuite)

Day 4: From Mt. Augustus we move via the Kennedy Ranges to the Gascoyne River and Gascoyne Junction. This is the old North West, sheep station country, where so many over the last 100 years have battled drought and the great floods of the Gascoyne, Onto Canarvon.

Day 5: Today is an exciting day visiting Monkey Mia to see those magnificent creatures of the sea “the dolphins”. We also visit Denham, the most westerly town in Australia. Onto Hamelin Pool Telegraph Station. Later we head into Kalbarri and Kalbarri Palms Resort. (Two bedroom apartments with ensuite.)

Day 6: In the morning we visit the spectacular Murchinson River Gorges, the Z bend and The Loop and Red Bluff. Return to Kabarri for a relaxing afternoon in this beautiful seaside town. Some may take an optional river cruise, others may wish to visit Rainbow Jungle. N.B. Entry to Kalbarri Gorges included in your fare, river cruise and Rainbow Jungle not included. Lunch not included. (Two bedroom apartments with ensuite.)

Day 7: Our last day arrives and we head off to Geraldton, via the new coastal road past Hutt Lagoon to Port Gregory and a short stop. Onto the formor convict station of Lynton. from here onto Geraldton for lunch, a tour and a visit the HMAS Sydney memorial. Afternoon returning to Perth arriving at 1800 N.B. Lunch not included.

5 Day Historic Goldfields Motel Tour

5 day Historic Goldfields Tour

Motel Accommodation

20th June2005
$680.00 Senior/Pensioner
$695.00 Adult

A tour looking at one of Australia’s most colourful and historic areas.

Staying at Coolgardie Motel
Visiting, Southern Cross, Coolgardie, Kalgoorlie Underground Mine Tour, Boulder, Menzies, Camel Rides, Leonora, Sons of Gwalia, Broard Arrow , Niagra Dam

Leaving Perth we travel via Mundaring Weir, the source of the “liquid gold” water, that allowed the Goldfields to develop into the dynamic region it is today. On then to the Cunderdin Pumping Station (one of eight pumping stations on the original pipeline). Onto Southern Cross, site of the first gold strike in the Goldfields (1887). After lunch onto Coolgardie Motel and our home for four nights.
N.B. Entry to Cunderdin Museum included in your fare.

We move onto Kalgoorlie and commence a very thorough look at the gold mining industry with a tour underground at Hannans North Mine. Free time for lunch and then a comprehensive tour of Kalgoorlie and Boulder, a visit to the Big Pit look-out and a visit to the famous Two Up Ring. Return to Coolgardie.
N.B. Hannans North Mine Tour included in your fare. N.B. Lunch not included this day.

An early start to see the old gold towns of the north country. Firstly due north of Kalgoorlie is Broad Arrow, famous in the Nickel Queen.
North from here is Menzies, from where we travel to Lake Ballard and its “statues”. Just north of Menzies we turn off to Kookynie and visit
one of the great engineering feats of the early Goldfields, Niagra Dam, built to provide water for the steam locomotives. Onto Leonora and
one of the great mines of the Goldfields, Sons of Gwalia at Gwalia. We have tea on the road and return to our motel at night after a long but
most interesting day.

A sleep in and a late start firstly going to the Coolgardie Camel Farm. Rides for those who wish and a talk on these “ships of the desert”. Into most interesting Coolgardie Cemetery, then time to wander one of Australia’s most historic towns. Afternoon tour to Kambalda.
N.B. Entry to Coolgardie Camel Farm included, Camel Rides not included in your fare.

Departing Coolgardie we head back along the highway to Merredin then turn south to Bruce Rock, Quairading and York, following one of the earliest routes to the Goldfields. N.B. Lunch not included this day.

20 Day East Coast Cabin Tour- From Melbourne to the Daintree

20 Day East Coast Tour

Cabin Tour

Return flights included

Departure Date
25th October 2005
$3 390.00 Senior/Pensioner
$3 490.00 Adult

Melbourne, Dandenong Ranges, Puffing Billy Train, Philip Island Penguin Parade, Canberra, Snowy Mountains, Thredbo, Sydney, Katoomba, Hawkesbury River Cruise, Newcastle, Hunter Valley, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay, Tweed Heads, Gold Coasts, Surfers Paradise, Brisbane, , Ettamogah Pub, Buderim, Big Pineapple, Rockhampton, Boat Cruise On The Whitsunday Passage, Townsville, Cairns, Kuranda Railway, Port Douglas, Daintree River.

Price includes: Airfares, Perth to Melbourne – Cairns to Perth, cabin accommodation, most evening meals, entries to various attractions (as noted), five star coach travel, continental breakfasts. Price does not include lunch.

Day 1: Fly from Perth to Melbourne. On arrival we are met by our coach then sightseeing is the order of the day looking over cosmopolitan Melbourne including the War Memorial

Day 2: A full day firstly taking a trip on the Puffing Billy Steam Train from Belgrave to Lakeside. In the afternoon it’s onto Phillip Island and its famous Penguin Parade. N.B. Puffing Billy and Penguin Parade included in your fare, evening meal not included.

Day 3: We head north today through Eastern Victoria via the towns of Sale, Lakes Entrance and Orbost then into New South Wales to stay at our accommodation in Eden.

Day 4: We travel to the Snowy Mountains and Thredbo at the foot of Mt. Kosciusko. Here you may take the chairlift up the mountain. In the afternoon we travel down the Mountains to Cooma and onto Canberra. N.B. Chairlift included in your fare, weather permitting.

Day 5: A full day in Canberra visiting Parliament House, the National Gallery, the National War Memorial and a tour of the Embassy district and city.

Day 6: Leaving Canberra we head onto the Blue Mountains and Katoomba, its Three Sisters, Scenic Railway and Cable Car; a most impressive part of the world.

Day 7: A wonderful day in Sydney, visiting the beaches, Kings Cross, The Rocks, Opera House and the spectacular scenery of the Harbour. N.B. Evening Meal not included

Day 8: Sydney; This is your day to do as you will; visit friends, take a harbour cruise or simply take it easy. We take you to the nearest train station and pick you up that evening.

Day 9: A delightful day, firstly travelling along the northern beaches, Dee Why and Narrabeen to Palm Beach. Then a very pleasant boat trip on the Hawkesbury River to Bobbin Head, where the coach is waiting. In the afternoon, onto the famous Hunter Valley for a winery and even a small sample. N.B. Boat cruise and winery included in your fare.

Day 10: A Morning tour of the historical industrial City of Newcastle on the banks of the Hunter River. Then moving north we head on through the beautiful New South Wales North Coast to Port Macquarie on the Hastings River.

Day 11: Moving North enjoying the Beautiful scenery we come to Coffs Harbour and a visit to the Big Banana. Then onto Grafton and a delightful drive along the Clarence and Richmond Rivers to Ballina. N.B. Entry to Big Banana included in your fare.

Day 12: From Ballina it is out to the most Easterly point in Australia, Cape Byron and famous Byron Bay. On then to the border towns of Tweed Heads (NSW) and Coolangatta (QLD), the Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise and a visit to the Currumbin Bird Sanctuary. Accommodation in Brisbane. N.B. Currumbin Bird Sanctuary included in your fare

Day 13: A morning tour of Brisbane, visiting Mt Coot-tha overlooking the city and river, then into the city for a full tour. Some free time to wander and shop. Then moving north to the Ettamogah Pub, a recreation of the cartoon in the Pix Magazine, Then onto the beautiful mountain town of Buderim.

Day 14: Our first stop is Nambour’s Big Pineapple where there is a tour by sugarcane train. Then drive through the beautiful sugarcane and mountain scenery to Gympie and continue north to Rockhampton.

Day 15: After a tour of the cattle town of Rockhampton it is north through station country to Mackay and then through lush sugarcane fields to the beautiful Whitsunday area and Airlie Beach

Day 16: A wonderful day out to the Whitsunday Islands. By this time everybody has fallen in love with the Queensland coast. N.B. Boat trip to Whitsunday Islands included in your fare.

Day 17: Onto North Queensland largest city Townsville with its magnificent Castle Hill and Magnetic Island just off the coast and easily accessible by ferry.

Day 18: Leaving Townsville we head north to Ingham and along the Hinchinbrook Channel to Innisfail and Cairns. N.B. Evening meal not included.

Day 19: We go to our most northerly point today, travelling along a spectacular coastline to Port Douglas then moving onto Daintree and the lush Daintree River where we have a boat cruise. N.B. Daintree River Cruise included in your fare

Day 20: From Cairns we catch one of Australia’s most spectacular train journeys to Kuranda, a delightful mountain town set in lush rainforest. In the early afternoon our coach brings you back to Cairns. Alternatively you can return via the new Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. The afternoon is free time in Cairns. Evening flight return to Perth. N.B. Kuranda rail journey included in your fare. Skyrail trip not included, (cost approx $40.00). Evening meal not included

Bridgetown Heritage Day

Bridgetown Heritage Day

21st May 2005

$72.00 Senior/Pensioner
$75.00 Adult

‘The Bridgetown Heritage Day is designed to remind older peolple and bring to younger people the roots of our culture’

Morning tea and lunch included in the fare, a full day of displays and demonstrations in everything heritage.

Come and enjoy a lovely day in the Australian Countryside.

10 Day Tasmania Motel Tour

10 Day Tasmania Tour

Motel Tour

All return flights included

Departure Date
29th November 2005
$2 790.00 Senior or Pensioner
$2 890.00 Adult
$400.00 Single Supplement

Hobart, Mt Wellington, Port Arthur, Cadbury Factory, Queenstown, Strahan, Boat Cruise On The Gordon River, Zeehan, Stanley, The Nut, Devonport, St Mary’s and Launceston.

Price includes: Airfares to and from Perth, twin-share motel accommodation, all evening meals, entries to various attractions (as noted), five star coach travel, cooked breakfasts. Price does not include lunch..

Day1: Fly from Perth to Hobart. On arrival we are met by our coach and transported to our motel. N.B. Snack evening meal provided in your room.

Day 2: Hobart, a wonderful day touring the city, Salamenca, Mt Wellington, Battery Point, Botanical Gardens and an afternoon boat cruise on the Derwent River. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare

Day 3: A whole day trip to Port Arthur to hear and see the dreadful history of Australia’s most infamous prison. N.B. Entry to Port Arthur included in your fare

Day 4: Firstly a visit to a wildlife park to see the Tasmanian Devil, then onto the Cadbury Factory. The rest of the day is yours, simply take the day off, go into town. N.B. Cadbury Factory and wildlife park entry included in your fare

Day 5: After a marvellous stay in Hobart its off to the west coast today. Firstly to New Norfolk and very impressive Russell Falls. Continuing west along the mountain roads we come to Lake St. Clair then head onto the spectacular bald hills of Queenstown. (the vegetation killed by acid rain emitted from the copper smelters of earlier times.)

Day 6: We Travel to Strahan to take a wonderful cruise on the Gordon River, one of the most beautiful rivers in Australia. In the afternoon back to Zeehan. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare.

Day 7: We travel up the west coast from the old mining town of Zeehan, named after Able Tasman’s ship, onto Roseberry, beautiful Hellyer Gorge and the north coast to Stanley and a most unusual feature “The Nut” where there is a chairlift. Along the north coast to Burnie and Devonport.

Day 8: From Devonport then we move south along the Tamar River to Launceston taking in the unique “Swiss Village” on the way. we tour Launceston and Cataract Gorge.

Day 9: Today is out via the Tasman Highway to Scottsdale and the old tin mining town of Derby. Then onto the east coast and the towns of St. Helens and St. Marys. Later a visit to Perth and back to Launceston

Day 10: After a marvellous stay in Launceston we move off down the Midland Highway through undulating farming areas, visiting historic Cambelltown, Ross and Richmond, site of Australia’s oldest bridge. In the afternoon we depart for the airport and our flight back to Perth

Corrigin Dog In A Ute Day Tour

Corrigin Dog In A Ute Day Tour

9th April 2005

$72.00 Senior/Pensioner
$75.00 Adult

Again this year Corrigin is hosting its great unique fun event.

We will travel via York to Corrigin for Lunch and the “Dog in a Ute Event.” On return we visit the Corrigin Dog Cemetery and Brookton
Departs 0800 – Returns 1900.

A day in the Australian countryside.

4 Day South West Motel Tour

4 Day South West Tour

Motel Accommodation

26th March 2005
$520.00 Senior/Pensioner
$540.00 Adult

Easter Weekend

Including: Fairbridge Farm, Collie, Balingup and its fruit winery, Bridgetown, Manjimup, Pemberton, Through the forest on a tram, The Gloucester Tree, Tree Top Walk at the Valley of the Giants, Boat cruise on the Walpole and Nornalup Inlet, Nannup, Cape Leeuwin, Augusta, Margaret River, Busselton and Bunbury.

We travel to Fairbridge Farm for morning tea, then on to Collie, home of Western Australia’s coal and power industry for lunch. In the afternoon a lovely
drive to Mumballup, Balingup and its fruit winery for sampling, Bridgetown and our home of three nights in Manjimup

A day tour to Pemberton visiting the Gloucester Tree and a wonderfull trip through the forest on the Pemberton tram. Return to Majimup and
a visit to the Manjimup Timber Museum.

Another delightful drive throught the forest to Walpole and a visit to the Valley of the Giants and Tree Top Walk. Returning to Walpole we take a boat cruise on the Walpole and Nornalup Inlets. N.B. Boat Cruise and Tree Top Walk included in your fare. Lunch not included

Off we go to Nannup and then the extreme south west corner of Australia, Cape Leeuwin. Augusta has magnificent views of the
mouth of the Blackwood River. Onto Margaret River for lunch then onto Busselton on the banks of the Vasse River, Bunbury and return to
Perth at 1800. N.B. Lunch not included

24 Day Western Half Cabin Tour

24 Day Western Half Tour

Departure Date
21st July 2005
$2 990.00 Senior / Pensioner
$3 090.00 Adult

No overnight travel

Nullarbor, Coober Pedy, Uluru, Alice Springs, Mataranka, Darwin, Kakadu, Katherine Gorge, Kununurra, Lake Argyle, Wyndham, Optional Flight Over Bungle Bungles, Geikie Gorge, Derby, Broome, 80 Mile Beach and Port Hedland.

(CP) denotes nights in caravan parks. (Cabin) denotes nights in Cabins.

Day 1: (Cabin) We travel to Cunderdin visiting the original pumping stations (now museum) for the Goldfields Pipe Line. From Cunderdin we travel onto Merredin, Southern Cross, the historic town of Coolgardie and our evening meal at Norseman. After tea onto Cocklebiddy N.B. Entry at Cunderdin included in your fare. N.B. Evening meal not included.

Day 2: (Cabin) Continuing across the Nullarbor to South Australia and onto Ceduna for our evening stop. N.B. Evening meal not included

Day 3: (Cabin) Turning north we leave the bitumen and head to the now deserted town of Kingoonya. Then continue north to re-join the new Stuart Highway, travelling toward Coober Pedy for two nights.

Day 4: (Cabin) Coober Pedy is a fascinating place. One of the biggest towns in South Australia, it is the home of 92% of Australia’s opals. People live underground to escape the summer heat. We visit a house, mine and underground church. After lunch free time to wander a most interesting town. N.B. Lunch not included in your fare.

Day 5: (Cabin) After travelling through the remote North of South Australia along the Stuart Highway, we cross the Northern Territory border and head to the Lasseter Highway.

Day 6: (Cabin) A very interesting day at Uluru. There is an opportunity to fly over it, visit the National Park display, Yulara village, Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and view the sunset on the Rock. A great day. N.B. Flight over Uluru not included in your fare. (Cost approximately $150.00)

Day 7: (Cabin) Onto the Alice, we spend the day sightseeing Stanley Chasm and Simpsons Gap.

Day 8: (Cabin) This is your day, firstly we take you to the original Telegraph Station then drop you in town for you to wander. Weather permitting you may take an optional balloon trip with Spinifex Ballooning. Cost approx. $220.00 N.B. Lunch on this day is not provided.

Day 9: We leave the Alice early, travelling to Central Mt. Stuart, the geographical centre of Australia. Then a break at the wonderful Outback pub of Barrow Creek. We move onto the Devils Marbles and the copper mining town of Tennant Creek; bush camp.

Day 10: [CP] Moving further up the Northern Territory we pass the towns of Elliott and Larrimah. At the famous Mataranka thermal pool, an absolutely beautiful spot, we set up camp at lunchtime then have the rest of the day to relax and swim in this delightful oasis.

Day 11: [CP] Onto the town of Katherine and Springvale, the oldest station homestead in the Territory. From there onto Adelaide River and its beautifully kept war cemetery; then to Darwin.

Day 12:[CP] A full day in Darwin and a full tour, taking in Battery Point, Fanny Bay, the Botanic Gardens and the city centre. The afternoon is free time for you to enjoy Darwin as you wish. N.B. Lunch and evening meal not included this day.

Day 13: [CP] We travel via the Arnhemland Highway to the mining town of Jabiru and onto Kakadu National Park. A boat cruise in the afternoon shows us the wonderful variety of wildlife and scenery in the national park. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare.

Day 14: [CP] Back to Katherine today and the beautiful Katherine Gorge where an afternoon boat cruise will show us this spectacular Gorge. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare.

Day 15: [CP] A lovely drive is the order today, along the Victoria River Highway visiting beautiful Victoria River and seeing our first Boab Trees. Onto Lake Argyle. We visit the Durack Homestead and the Spillway.

Day 16: [CP] Off for a cruise on Lake Agyle we go this morning. The Ord is spectacular and interesting. The afternoon free to relax or for those who wish a flight over the Bungle Bungles is available. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare. Optional flight over Bungle Bungles not included in your fare (approx $220.00).

Day 17: [CP] Today we visit one of the Kimberley’s oldest towns, Wyndham and one of its newest, Kununurra. At Kununurra we see Hidden Valley, Lake Kununurra, the Diversion Dam and the very productive farmlands. Then onto Wyndham, a town full of Western Australian history. We visit a crocodile farm, Five River Lookout and the wharf. Camp in Wyndham. N.B. Crocodile Farm included in fare.

Day 18: [CP] We move off early along the beautiful ranges of the East Kimberley, down to Halls Creek, a great little town of the North and on to Fitzroy Crossing.

Day 19: [CP] An early morning boat cruise on the tranquil and very beautiful Geikie Gorge on the Fitzroy River is our start to the day. We tour Fitzroy, with the obligatory visit to the pub. Then onto historic Derby and its famous Prison Tree; later onto Broome. N.B. Geikie Gorge boat trip included in your fare.

Day 20: [CP] A full day in Broome, this lovely historic old pearling town. We visit Chinatown, the Japanese Cemetery, Roebuck Bay and a full tour of the town. In the afternoon there is plenty of time to relax and swim. N.B. Lunch not included.

Day 21: [CP] After a great stay in Broome we move south along the Great Sandy Desert to the remote beauty of the 80 Mile Beach . The sunsets here are a sight to behold.

Day 22: [CP] We drive down the coast along the edge of the Great Sandy Desert to Port Hedland. Here we may see huge iron ore trains, an enormous loading facility and mighty ships. On inland to Auski.

Day 23: Onto the great mining town of Newman, then south toward the goldfields town of Meekatharra and Cue.

Day 24: The last day arrives. We travel home via the green fields of the Northern Wheatbelt and New Norcia to arrive in Perth after a most enjoyable and memorable tour. N.B. Lunch not included.

2 Day Stirling Ranges and Albany Motel Tour

2 Day Stirling Ranges and Albany Tour

Motel Accommodation

16th April 2005

$195.00 Senior/Pensioner
$199.00 Adult
$36.00 Single Supplement

Fare Includes: Accommodation at Ace Motel, evening meal, cooked breakfast, lunch on the first day and entry to Whaleworld in Albany

We travel to Williams for morning tea, then on via Kojonup and Mt Barker to Albany for lunch. In the afternoon we enjoy a thorough tour of Albany, including The historic precinct, Middleton Beach, Mt Clarence, Princess Royal Fort, The Gap and Natural Bridge and the beautiful scenery of King
George Sound.

Departing Albany we head on to picturesque Denmark for a short beak, then deep into the beautiful forest and The Valley of the Giants. On then to delightful Walpole and the timber town of Manjumup. Then return to Perth via Bunbury and the Old Coast Road at 1900. N.B. Entry to The Valley of the Giants included in your fare.

15 Day Central Australia, Kings Canyon and Flinders Ranges Cabins and Tour

15 Day Central Australia, Kings Canyon and Flinders Ranges Tour

Departure Date
24th September 2005
$1 790.00 Senior/Pensioner
$1 840.00 Adult

Kalgoorlie; Gibson Desert; Uluru; Kings Canyon; Alice Springs; Coober Pedy; Oodnadatta Track; Marree; Flinders Ranges; Nullarbor; Hawker; Laverton; Gwalia; The Olgas; Giles; Great Central Road; Lake Armadaous; Mt Connor; Noresman; Balladonia

[CP] denotes nights in caravan parks. [Cabins] denotes nights in cabins.

Day 1: [CP] From Perth we travel to Cunderdin, where we visit one of the original pumping stations (now museum) for the Goldfields Pipe Line. From Cunderdin we travel onto Merredin, Southern Cross and the historic town of Coolgardie. N.B. Entry at Cunderdin included in your fare.

Day 2: [CP] We travel to Kalgoorlie for a tour. Before leaving Kalgoorlie we visit the Two-Up School, then onto Menzies, Leonora and the Sons of Gwalia Mine and Laverton are in the afternoon.

Day 3: We leave the bitumen and head out into the remoteness of the Great Victoria Desert. After calling at Warburton we make for a bush camp.

Day 4: [CP] Onto impressive range country in the Gibson Desert, named after explorer Alfred Gibson. We drop into the Giles Weather Station then on past Docker River and lunch at the cave of Henry Bell Lasseter on the Hull River. We visit Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) in the afternoon and camp at Yulara.

Day 5: [CP] A very interesting day at Uluru. There is an opportunity to fly over the Rock, visit the National Park display, the Yulara village and view the sunset on the Rock. A great day. N.B. Flight over Ayers Rock not included in your fare. (Cost approximately $150.00).

Day 6: [CP] Off to Kings Canyon. Which is a superb example of rich red Central Australian landscape. You have an afternoon to walk it as you will.

Day 7: [Cabins] Off early to Alice via Hermansburg then onto Stanley Chasm and Simpsons Gap.

Day 8: [Cabins] This is your day. Firstly we take you to the original telegraph station then drop you in town for you to wander. Weather permitting you may take as optional balloon trip with Spinifex Ballooning. (Cost approx. $220.00) N.B. Lunch not included.

Day 9: [Cabins] Travel south today over the South Australian border to Coober Pedy.

Day 10 [Cabins] Coober Pedy is a fascinating place. One of the biggest towns in South Australia, it is the home of 92% of Australia’s opals. People live underground to escape the summer heat. Morning tour and opal display. Afternoon free time to explore. N.B. Lunch not included

Day 11: [CP] A day full of history. Onto the Oodnadatta Track with numerous former small settlments that serviced the Ghan. We pass Lake Eyre, the lowest point in Australia, then onto lunch at Marree, at one time a major centre on the Ghan Railway to Alice Springs. In the afternoon it is onto the coal mining town of Leigh Creek, then to Hawker.

Day 12: [CP] A lovely drive through the grandeur of the Flinders Ranges. After lunch a stroll into famous Wilpena Pound.

Day 13: Onto Ceduna then to the Nullarbor and toward Western Australia.

Day 14: [CP] Well and truly on the way home now we have our last night at Norseman.

Day 15: Time to go home now. We arrive in Perth at 5pm after a most enjoyable tour. N.B Lunch on this day not included in you fare.

One Day Mystery Tours

One Day Mystery Tours ???

Sunday 29th May 2005
Sunday 26th June 2005

$51.00 Senior/Pensioner
$55.00 Adult

A pleasant one day tour to two destinations. Morning tea and lunch included in the fare. Tours will travel within an approximate radius of 120 kilometres from Perth.

Come and enjoy a lovely day in the Australian countryside.
Tours depart 0830 and return 1730

29 Day Birdsville Track, Coober Pedy, Queensland Cabin and Camping Tour

29 Day Birdsville Track, Coober Pedy, Queensland Tour
OR
Optional 26 Day return by air from Adelaide

Departure Date
20th August 2005
$3 290.00 Senior
$3 340.00 Adult

Departure Date
6th May 2006
$3,490 Senior
$3,540 Adult

No overnight travel

Nullarbor, Coober Pedy, Oodnadatta Track, Birdsville Track, Birdsville, Longreach, Stockman’s Hall Of Fame, Normanton, Gulf Of Carpentaria, Cooktown, Cairns, Daintree River, Kuranda Railway, Boat Cruise In The Whitsunday Passage, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Broken Hill, Silverton.

This tour uses both cabin and camping accommodation.

[CP] denotes nights in caravan parks. [Cabin] denotes nights in carbins.

Day 1: [Cabins] We travel to Cunderdin visiting one of the original pumping stations (now museum) for the Goldfields Pipe Line. From Cunderdin we travel onto Merredin, Southern Cross and the historic town of Coolgardie and our evening meal at Norseman. After tea, onto Balladonia. N.B. Entry at Cunderdin included in your fare. N.B. Evening meal is not included.

Day 2: [Cabins] Continuing across the Nullarbor to South Australia and onto Ceduna for our evening stop. N.B. Evening meal not included.

Day 3: [Cabins] Turning north we leave the bitumen and head to the now deserted town of Kingoonya. Then continue north to re-join the new Stuart Highway, travelling to Coober Pedy.

Day 4: [Cabins] Coober Pedy is a fascinating place. One of the biggest towns in South Australia, it is the home of 92% of Australia’s opals. People live underground to escape the summer heat. A morning tour and opal display. Afternoon free time to explore. N.B. Entries on this day are included in your fare.

Day 5: [CP] A day full of history. Onto the Oodnadatta Track with numerous former small settlements that serviced the Ghan. We pass Lake Eyre, then onto lunch at Marree, at one time a major centre on the Ghan Railway to Alice Springs. In the afternoon it is onto the famous Birdsville Track.

Day 6: [CP] Cooper Creek channels water from the Western Queensland Rivers into lake Eyre. We move on along the track to the Queensland/South Australian Border and Birdsville, a classic outback town.

Day 7: [CP] From Birdsville the tour heads east to Betoota and the little cattle town of Windorah in the Queensland channel country, then on to Longreach.

Day 8: [CP] Longreach has great significance in Australia’s history. It is the home of QANTAS Airlines (first office opened) and now boasts the very impressive Stockman’s Hall of Fame which we visit. N.B. Entry to the Hall of Fame included in your fare. Lunch not included.

Day 9: [CP] Australian history is paramount today. From Longreach we travel to Winton, the birth place of QANTAS, Kynuna, near where Banjo Paterson wrote Waltzing Matilda, McKinlay where much of the film Crocodile Dundee was shot and Cloncurry, birthplace of the Flying Doctor Service.

Day 10: [CP] We arrive in the remote cattle town of Normanton before lunch and set up camp. In the late afternoon we travel to Karumba on the Gulf of Carpentaria to enjoy fish and chips as we watch the sun set over the gulf.

Day 11: [CP] An early morning train trip to Glenore on the famous Gulflander Railway; a journey back in history, is our first highlight. Then onto the old gold town of Croydon and later onto the Atherton Tablelands. N.B. Gulflander Railway included in your fare.

Day 12: [CP] We firstly visit a very impressive volcanic crater then onto the lovely mountain towns of Atherton and Mareeba. Later past Black Mountain to Cooktown.

Day 13: [CP] Captain Cook beached his vessel the Endeavour in the mouth of the Endeavour River here for repairs in 1770. In this full day there is plenty of time to wander this historic town, take a boat cruise and a trip to Grassy Hill Lookout. N.B. Trip to lookout included in your fare. Lunch not included this day.

Day 14: [Cabins] We head south over the mountains, onto Daintree, where there is a leisurely boat cruise on the lush Daintree River. Then a delightful drive along the coast to Port Douglas and Cairns. N.B. Boat cruise included in your fare.

Day 15: [Cabins] From Cairns we catch one of Australia’s most spectacular train journeys to Kuranda, a delightful mountain town set in lush rainforest. In the early afternoon our coach brings you back to Cairns. Alternatively you can return via the new Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. The afternoon is free time in Cairns. N.B. Kuranda rail journey included in your fare. Lunch and dinner not included. Skyrail trip not included, (cost approx $40.00).

Day 16: [Cabins] Leaving beautiful Cairns it is south to Innisfail, a beautiful town on the Johnstone River, Ingham and Townsville. Magnetic Island is just off the coast and easily accessible by ferry. Townsville is the largest provincial city in Queensland NB Lunch not included.

Day 17: [Cabins] A leisurely drive south today through lush sugarcane fields to the beautiful Whitsunday area and Airlie Beach. N.B. Lunch not included.

Day 18: [Cabins] A wonderful day out to the Whitsunday Islands. By this time everybody has fallen in love with the Queensland coast. N.B. Boat trip to Whitsunday Islands is included in your fare, lunch not included.

Day 19: [Cabins] A pleasant drive down the coast to Mackay and Rockhampton.

Day 20: [Cabins] Another lovely drive through the sugarcane and mountain scenery to Gympie and Nambour and the Ettamogah Pub, a recreation of the cartoon in the Pix Magazine; onto Buderim. N.B. Lunch not included.

Day 21: [Cabins] Onto the Sunshine Coast and the rich pineapple growing areas. Our first stop is Nambour’s Big Pineapple where there is a tour by sugar cane train. Then onto Noosa Heads a real gem of a place. In the afternoon we move south along the coast to Maroochydore then Brisbane. N.B. Tour of Big Pineapple included in your fare. Lunch not included

Day 22: [Cabins] Down the Gold Coast today. Firstly a visit to the famous Currumbin Bird Sanctuary. Onto Coolangatta and Tweed Heads on the New South Wales border. Then to Surfers Paradise for a good look around and lunch. We return to Brisbane via Southport. N.B. Entry to the Bird Sanctuary included in your fare. Lunch not included

Day 23: [Cabins] Our tour of Brisbane begins with a visit to Mt. Coot-Tha overlooking the city and river, then into the city to view the sights. Free time in the afternoon. N.B. Lunch not included.

Day 24: [Cabins] Over the Great Divide via Cunningham Gap we travel onto the towns of Goondiwindi, Moree and Coonabarabran.

Day 25: [Cabins] Continuing west, the tour passes the Outback New South Wales towns of Cobar, Wilcannia and Broken Hill, the original home of B.H.P.

Day 26: [Cabins] The morning is spent exploring Broken Hill, including a major mining display. The afternoon is free time to relax. N.B. Mining Display included in your fare. Lunch not included this day.

Day 27: [Cabins] Leaving Broken Hill we head on to Port Augusta and the Eyre Highway to Ceduna. Passengers flying to Perth depart. Lunch not included this day.

Day 28 [Cabins] Onto the Nullarbor and the spectacular limestone cliffs of the Great Australian Bight. We cross over the Western Australian border to stay at Balladonia. Evening Meal not included this day.

DAY 29 We continue our last day travelling via Norseman, Coolgardie and Southern Cross to arrive in Perth. N.B. Lunch not included

3 Day Goldfields and Out of the Way Towns and Wave Rock Hotel Tour

3 Day Goldfields and Out of the Way Towns and Wave Rock Hotel Tour

23rd April 2005
$540.00 Senior/Pensioner
$560.00 Adult

Staying at Magnificent, Historic Palace Hotel in Southern Cross

Toodyay, Goomalling, Dowerin, Wyalkatchem, Mukinbudin, Bullfinch, Southern Cross, Coolgardie, Kalgoorlie,Two-Up Ring Marvel Lock, The Humps, Wave Rock

Travel via Toodyay for morning break then onto Goomalling, and Dowerin with lunch and visit to the Agricultural Museum at Wyalkatchem. Onto Mukinbudin, or Mukka as the locals call it, and Bullfinch, a former grand town of the Yilgarn Goldfields. Then onto Southern Cross and the
beautifully restored Palace Hotel. N.B. Entry to Wyalkatchem Museum included in your fare

Off we go to the historic gold town of Coolgardie for a very interesting visit. We visit a camel farm where the adventurous can ride a camel. Later it is onto Kalgoorlie for lunch, the Two Up Ring, the Super Pit on the Golden Mile and Boulder. Late afternoon return to Southern Cross. N.B. Camel Ride not included in your fare. Entry to Camel Farm included.

South through Marvel Lock to The Humps; Wave Rock for lunch. Then home to Perth via Corrigin and Brookton; arrive 1800

14 Day Pilbara, Broome and West Kimberley Cabin Tour

14 Day Pilbara, Broome and West Kimberley Tour

Departure Date
15th June 2005

$1 490.00 Senior/ Pensioner
$1 540.00 Adult

Most meals

Geraldton, Monkey Mia, Carnarvon, Coral Bay, Exmouth, Dampier, Cossack, Port Hedland, Two Full Days In Broome, Derby, Geikie Gorge, 80 Mile Beach, Karijini National Park, Newman, Cue.

[CP] denotes nights in caravan parks.

Day 1: Travelling from Perth along the Brand Highway we visit Dongara and Geraldton. After a short tour of the town we press on to Northampton and the bush.

Day 2: [CP] Shark Bay and the dolphins are marvellous. It is most exciting to be so close to one of these wonderful creatures of the wild. We spend most of the morning at Monkey Mia, then after lunch visit Denham, Shell Beach and onto Carnarvon.

Day 3: [CP] After a tour of Carnarvon we move onto Coral Bay for a boat cruise to view the beautiful coral of Ningaloo Reef. Onto Exmouth. N.B. Boat cruise at Coral Bay included in your fare.

Day 4: Exmouth is a most unusual place. It is the centre for the Navy Nor-West Cape Base. We travel to the head of the Gulf then return to town for lunch. In the afternoon onto Cape Range National Park and the spectacular scenery of Charles Knife Road.

Day 5: [CP] We continue north crossing the Ashburton and Fortesque Rivers to Dampier, Karratha, Roebourne and the historic port of Cossack. In the afternoon onto Port Hedland.

Day 6: [CP] Along the edge of the Great Sandy Desert visiting colorfully named Sandfire flat to Broome, our home for three nights.

Day 7: [CP] A full day in Broome, this lovely, historic pearling town. We visit Chinatown, the Japanese Cemetery, Roebuck Bay and a full tour of the town. N.B. Lunch not included on this day.

Day 8: [CP] A wonderful easy day relaxing in Broome at your leisure. N.B. Lunch not included on this day

Day 9: [CP] Off we go to one of the best known outback towns, Fitzroy Crossing on the mighty Fitzroy River. In the afternoon there is a boat cruise on the tranquil and very beautiful Geikie Gorge. N.B. Geikie Gorge boat cruise included.

Day 10: Derby, a pleasant Kimberly town, is our first stop. We have a good look around including the Prison Tree. Leaving the Kimberly we move south along the Great Sandy Desert to the famous 80 Mile Beach to stay overnight.

Day 11: [CP] After a marvellous night at the 80 Mile Beach we continue south to Port Hedland where we view the enormous industry of the Pilbara then in the afternoon, inland to Auski on the edge of the Hamersley Ranges. N.B. Lunch not included.

Day 12: [CP] Some of the gorges we see today in these ranges are as impressive as you would see in any part of Australia. We visit Dales, Circular Pool and Fortescue Fall; onto Newman.

Day 13: By courtesy of Mt. Newman Mining Co. we tour the huge iron ore mine. South towards the Goldfields towns of Meekatharra and Cue.

Day 14: The last day arrives. We travel home via New Norcia and arrive in Perth after a happy and memorable tour. N.B. Lunch not included on this day.

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