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Why Book A Go Holiday? - Harvey World Travel

Why book a GO Holiday?

For over 30 years, GO Holidays has designed a comprehensive range

of innovative travel ideas based on our own experiences and available

through our preferred Travel Agent partners across New Zealand. You can

be assured all of the product that is featured in this brochure has been

tried and tested to ensure we deliver to you not only a great value holiday

but a truly memorable experience. GO… and enjoy!

Because this brochure is our “Year Round” programme, prices featured here are indicative

nightly rates to assist you with your planning. When you have decided on your itinerary, simply

contact your GO Holidays preferred Travel Agent and we will quote you an inclusive price.

Contents

Getting Around 4

Welcome to Melbourne 5

Sightseeing 6-11

Melbourne Accommodation 12-31

Hotel Pass & Self-Drive Itinerary - Victoria 32-33

Welcome to Yarra Valley 34

Yarra Valley Accommodation 34

Welcome to Great Southern Touring Route 35

Great Southern Touring Route

Accommodation 35

Welcome to Daylesford 36

Daylesford Accommodation 36

Welcome to Mornington Peninsula 37

Mornington Peninsula Sightseeing &

Accommodation 37

Map 38

Booking Conditions 39

Our bonus: Look out for our “OUR BONUS” on some properties featured in this

brochure. These bonuses represent additional savings and offers that we pass on to you,

the customer.

Direct access: Your agent can confirm your booking at the hotels and apartments

identified with this symbol from the computer at their desk. You know immediately

whether your preferred travel dates are available and if they aren’t, they can advise what

date they could confirm. Easy to book – available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Direct access Info: GO Holidays offers your travel agent direct access into our

computer and they can obtain information regarding any of the products displaying this

symbol. They can also request your booking online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Property Rating Guide

To assist you in choosing your accommodation

we have given our own classification to the hotels

featured in this brochure. The star ratings are

offered by our people from their own experience.

We may also use official star ratings for individual

countries as a guide. Assessing accommodation

can be quite subjective and generally speaking the

standard and services will be in line with the price

paid. Please note that our star rating system is

individual to the destination and reflective across the

range of accommodation available in that country.

HH Simple and clean accommodation with basic

room features

HHH Moderate accommodation with standard

room features and facilities

HHHH High standard accommodation with

quality room features and a range of facilities

HHHHH The ultimate in luxury accommodation

with a luxury standard of service and facilities

Boutique Small and stylish hotels offering

intimacy and superb individual attention and service

as well as a good range of facilities

go assist help desk: Our 24-hour GO ASSIST Helpdesk is our commitment to ensure that when you

take a GO Holiday, it is a total success. You will be given your GO ASSIST Freephone number with your

travel documents. This means that should you have any difficulty, or are dissatisfied with some aspect of your

trip you can call on our assistance. It is always our recommendation however that you first take the matter

up directly with the hotel or supplier at the time and endeavour to resolve the issue on the spot. Remember

though, we are just a free telephone call away.

This brochure has been printed on FSC chain of custody certified paper from well-managed

forests, using an elemental chlorine free process and printed using mineral oil free vegetable

based inks. Proudly printed in NZ, that’s sustainable.

Due to the volatile nature of foreign

exchange rates, please use the pricing

in this brochure as a guide only.

Please contact your preferred travel

agent for the most up to date pricing.

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Getting around

Hertz

The best way to see all that Australia has to offer is with the freedom and flexibility of a Hertz vehicle. No matter where your

travels take you, you will find Hertz have an office nearby with helpful local knowledge and a fleet of carefully maintained

latest model vehicles at your service. Hertz is committed to offering fast, friendly and efficient service to ensure your rental

experience is smooth from beginning to end.

INCLUSIVE RATES

(Include Airport Concession Fee Recovery, Vehicle Registration Recovery &

Administration Recovery.) Valid for collections 01 April 2012 – 31 March 2013.

Group Vehicle or Similar

Doors

/ seats

Rates per day

MANUAL TRANSMISSION 1-3 4-6 7-13 14+

B/CCMR COMPACT 5/5 $108 $100 $94 $92

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

A/ECAR ECONOMY 5/4 $104 $92 $91 $91

C/ICAR INTERMEDIATE 4/5 $128 $117 $112 $105

S/SCAR STANDARD 4/5 $130 $118 $115 $108

D/FCAR FULL SIZE 5/4 $139 $126 $117 $110

E/FWAR STATION WAGON 5/5 $149 $134 $131 $128

P/PCAR STATION WAGON 4/5 $167 $141 $136 $133

T/FVAR 8 SEATER MINIVAN 5/8 $188 $165 $160 $159

Includes: Unlimited Kilometers, Damage Cover (DC) for the Hertz vehicle and

Third Party Property (subject to an excess that can be reduced), Vehicle Registration

Recovery (VRR), Administrative Recovery, Government Stamp Duty, Third Party

Liability, Airport Concession Fee recovery (ACFR) and GST@ 10%.

Excludes: Fuel, Renter Protection Service and Young Driver Surcharge and

Optional Extras.

Rates for other states, Northern Territory, Western Australia

(excluding Perth), 4WD, Mini Bus and NeverLost GPS available on

request.

Europcar

GROUP C

Toyota Corolla Sedan or similar

GROUP B

Toyota Corolla Hatch or similar

GROUP E

Toyota Kluger or similar

General Information

• Hertz will require a deposit to be paid at the rental counter of your pick up location. This covers any

additional costs, such as fuel and optional equipment or services. Hertz accepts all major credit

cards. If the renter does not hold a credit card, they will be required to leave a deposit of a minimum

of A$400 in cash. Cash deposits are only acceptable on specific car classes and at specific locations.

• Minimum driver age in Australia is 21 years on all vehicles except group M where the minimum driving

age is 25 years.

• A Young Driver Surcharge applies to all drivers aged 21-24 years of A$27.50 per rental day to a

maximum charge of A$192.50 per rental. There is no set maximum driving age, however, a medical

certificate is recommended for drivers over 75 years.

• All drivers of the Hertz vehicle must carry a full, current Drivers License that has been held for at least

one year. All drivers must have their names registered, and licence sighted, at your pick up location.

There is no charge for additional drivers.

• Once you have left New Zealand and you wish to make changes to the rental, these changes will be

charged at the local applicable rate and paid direct.

• If you return your vehicle early, there is no refund on the unused days.

• You have a 29-minute grace period after the confirmed drop time, before extra hour charges are

incurred. Extra charges will be at the local applicable rate and paid direct.

• One way rentals are permitted on groups B, C, S, D, E, P & T only. For rentals of 3 days or more

within Metro Regions – no one-way fee will apply.

Additional Extras

• Child seats are available on request and cost A$16.50 per day, to a maximum of A$82.50 per hire

and is paid direct to Hertz.

• Additional Extras, such as baby seats, Renter Protection Services, one-way fees, NeverLost and fuel

may be subject to Airport Concession Fee Recovery, Administration Recovery and GST charges.

For a full list of terms & conditions please refer to the DTN Australia 2012 Brochure.

Europcar Australasia is one of Australia’s leading car rental brands, operating a large fleet of quality vehicles, flexible one

ways and a service consistency across a network of over 135 locations throughout Australia. Operating from all major airports

and capital cities as well as many regional and remote locations.

Australia Inclusive Rates

Valid for collections 01 May – 30 Jun 12.

Group

Vehicle or Similar

Doors /

seats

Rates per day

MANUAL TRANSMISSION 1+ 2+ 4+ 7+

ECMR Economy 3/4 $113 $56 $52 $49

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION121

CDAR Compact 5/5 $126 $63 $58 $55

IDAR Intermediate 4/5 $138 $69 $63 $60

SDAR Standard 4/5 $154 $77 $70 $66

FDAR Full Size 4/5 $193 $96 $85 $82

FWAR Full Size Wagon 5/5 $201 $100 $91 $86

IFDR Intermediate 4X4 5/5 $206 $103 $93 $87

PVAR 8 Seater Minivan 5/8 $234 $117 $106 $100

Includes: Unlimited Kilometres, Standard Damage Liability Fee (Dlf), Third Party

Cover, Gst, Administrative Fee, 1 Additional Driver, License and Fees, Premium

Location (Airport) Surcharge.

Excludes: Fuel, Young Driver Surcharges, One Way Fees, Optional Extras,

Windscreen, Headlights and Tyre Protection and LDW Liability Reduction.

Rates are based on hires 01 May – 30 Jun 12, for hires outside of these dates surcharges apply,

please enquire.

Rates for Northern Territory, Western Australia (excluding Perth), Tasmania, South Australia,

Queensland, Prestige vehicles, large 4WDs and IVARs are available on request.

CDAR

Hyundai i20

SDAR

Holden Cruze

IFDR

Subaru Forester

General Information

• On pick up of the vehicle the driver is responsible for a security deposit of A$100. A pre-authorised credit

card imprint will be taken to cover the DLF plus any optional extras. Cash deposits are not accepted.

Provided the vehicle is returned on time, with a full tank of fuel, to the right location and undamaged then

the credit card will not be charged (with the exception of any optional extras or optional insurances).

• Where a credit card is used, a merchant fee will apply, currently 1.65% for Visa, MasterCard,

American Express and Diners Card.

• Minimum Driver age is 21 years.

• A Young Driver Surcharge applies to drivers aged 21 – 24 years inclusive of A$30.25 per day payable

direct. Drivers aged 21-24 can not reduce their damage liability on the vehicle. Renters aged 21-24

can only rent vehicles ECMR, CDAR, IDAR, SDAR, IFDR.

• You will be required to present your DTN Drive Holidays exchange voucher, drivers license and

passport in order to collect your vehicle.

• All drivers must carry a full, current drivers license that has been held for at least one year. All drivers

must have their names registered, and license sighted at your pick up location.

• One additional driver is included, any extra drivers will be charged at A$5.50 per day, per driver - max

charge A$27.50.

• Once you have left New Zealand and you wish to make changes to the rental, these changes will be

charged at the local applicable rate and paid direct.

• If you return your vehicle early there can be no refund on unused rental days.

• All additional extras payable direct are subject to PLS, Admin and CC fees. Fees and charges are

subject to change.

Additional Extras

• Child seats cost A$7.70 per day, to a maximum of A$77 payable direct at pick up of your vehicle and

although provided by Europcar – must be installed by the driver of the vehicle.

• GPS units are on a request basis only and are at an additional cost of A$10.95 per day payable direct

at pick up of your vehicle - max charge A$109.50.

For a full list of terms & conditions please refer to the DTN Australia 2012 Brochure.

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Welcome to Melbourne

Victoria’s capital, Melbourne, sits on the Yarra River and

around the shores of Port Phillip Bay. Lauded for its sense of

style and elegance, Melbourne boasts glamorous festivals

and events, Australia’s best shopping, a lively passion for

eating and drinking, and a flourishing interest in the arts.

Restored and preserved nineteenth century architecture, built

following the discovery of gold, provides a heady reminder of

a prosperous age, while beautifully tended parks and gardens

present a therapeutic respite from the pace of city life.

Melbourne and Victoria host some of Australia’s most

prestigious events throughout the year, including the Spring

Racing Carnival culminating in the Melbourne Cup in

November, the Australian Open Tennis Championships in

January, the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix in March,

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival in March, Melbourne

International Jazz Festival in May and the Melbourne

International Flower and Garden Show in March and April.

Welcome to Melbourne

Must See & Do

Events

Contact GO Sports & Events

for packages

Walk Melbourne’s Golden Mile Heritage Trail – a 2½ hour walk

which will open up the finest of Melbourne’s heritage sites.

View the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) – The super stage

of Australian sport, providing the live drama to thrill millions

worldwide.

Experience the Royal Botanic Gardens – An array of

breathtaking native and introduced plant species.

Go shopping at Queen Victoria Market – Melbourne’s oldest

market. Bustling with activity with almost 1000 traders displayed.

Explore the National Gallery of Victoria – Two magnificent

galleries located a short walk apart – both with free entry to the

permanent collections.

Taste Melbourne’s culinary delights – Sample the city’s specialist

eating destinations – Richmond for Vietnamese, Carlton’s ‘Little

Italy’, Fitzroy for Spanish and Brunswick for Lebanese.

Shop till you drop – Take in the department stores and shopping

centres, arcades and laneways and the flagship stores of edgy

Victorian designers.

• UCI Track Cycling World Championships: April

• Great Ocean Road International Marathon: May

• Melbourne International Jazz Festival: June

• L & H Phillip Island – V8 Supercars: September

• IVECO Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix: October

• Tatts Cox Plate: October

• Melbourne Cup Carnival: October – November

• Equitana Melbourne: December

• JBWere Masters 2012: December

• Vodafone Test Series: December

• Australian Open – The Grand Slam of Asis/Pacific: January

• Superbike World Championship: February *subject to FIM ratafication

• Melbourne Food and Wine Festival: March

• Formula 1 TM Australian Grand Prix: March

• Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show: March – April

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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

See Melbourne and Beyond

AttractionS Pass

Make the most of your trip. See more and save

with Melbourne’s all-inclusive attractions pass for

unlimited sightseeing, brought to you by iVenture

Card. Choose from over 35 attractions in and

around Melbourne for 2, 3 or 7 days. All for one

low price! Discover sightseeing tours, wildlife

parks, aquariums, historic sites and much more.

Great value and unbeatable convenience. Visit

Melbourne’s top attractions including: Melbourne

Aquarium, Melbourne Zoo, Eureka Skydeck 88,

Fairy Penguins at Phillip Island, Puffing Billy Railway,

Healesville Sanctuary, Melbourne Cricket Ground,

Otway Fly Treetop, Melbourne Sightseeing Tour, and

Tennis World Melbourne Park.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (4-15)

2 day card from $175 $118

3 day card from $208 $143

7 day card from $279 $201

Colonial Tramcar Restaurant

Dining in Melbourne can be a fabulous experience,

especially aboard the fleet of historical trams that

have become The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant.

These glossy, burgundy restaurants on wheels are

the first travelling tramcar restaurants in the world

and ensure delightful innovative approach to dining.

For three hours, you can dine in absolute luxury

as the city’s parks, monuments, streetscapes and

people roll by. Enjoy our fine cuisine and drink the

very best of Australian wines or make a selection

from our fully stocked bar at a fully inclusive price.

The atmosphere is cosy, the service friendly and

the decor as inviting as the colonial period these

trams reflect.

The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant officially

commenced operation in August 1983 and has

since become a star attraction and tourist symbol

for the city of Melbourne. Dining aboard the Colonial

Tramcar Restaurant is not only a culinary delight,

but also a trip into a little piece of Victoria’s history.

NATIONAL SPORTS MUSEUM

More than just a museum, the highly interactive

National Sports Museum captures the spirit of

Australian sporting life and the moments shaping

Australia’s rich sporting traditions. Located at

the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the

museum includes exhibition galleries devoted to the

Olympics, Australian Football, Cricket, the Sport

Australia Hall of Fame, the MCG story, thoroughbred

horse racing (in a recently opened ‘Champions’

gallery), the history of the Melbourne Cricket Club

as well as the ‘Game On’ interactive zone. Entry

includes the option of an audio tour.

Operates: 10.00am – 5.00pm daily (last entry

at 4pm)

Note: Entry conditions apply during MCG event days

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (5-15)

National Sports Museum only $18 $10

National Sports Museum and

MCG Tour Package $36 $18

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 per person

Weekday Dinner (8.35pm - 11.30pm) $163

Weekend Dinner (8.35pm – 11.30pm) $185

Early Dinner (5.45pm - 7.15pm) $104

Lunch from (1.00pm - 3.00pm) on request $111

MCG Tours

As the super stage of Australian sport, a visit to

the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is a ‘mustdo’

for any sports lover. Memorable events such

as the Olympic Games, Test cricket and Australian

football’s Grand final have thrilled millions worldwide.

A behind the scenes guided MCG Tour allows the

opportunity to relive this rich sporting heritage, and

can be combined with a visit to the National Sports

Museum.

Includes: Tour of the famous Long Room, MCC

Library, player change rooms, media centre, Bill

Lawry indoor cricket centre, and walk on the arena

(subject to availability).

Operates: 10.00am-3.00pm daily (except Christmas

Day, Good Friday and major MCG event days).

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (5-15)

MCG only $24 $13

MCG Tour Package and

National Sports Museum $36 $18

Eureka Skydeck 88 Including

The Edge

Nothing you have ever experienced will prepare

you for the awe inspiring views from the Southern

Hemisphere’s highest viewing platform. In less than 40

seconds visitors will arrive at Level 88 and be amazed

by the awesome views of Melbourne from the floor to

ceiling windows. Eureka Skydeck 88 is home to the

world’s only “Edge Experience”, a glass cube which

projects 3 metres out from the building 88 levels up

-with you inside!

Operates: 10.00am – 10.00pm daily (Christmas

Day and New Years Eve – reduced hours)

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (4-16)

From $33 $20

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Sightseeing

Yarra Valley Wine Experience

Winery tours have never been so much fun or affordable. Our daily tours take in

some of Victoria’s best wineries in the stunning region of the Yarra Valley, only

one hour from Melbourne. Included are tutored tastings at 4 premium wineries, a

superb winery restaurant lunch with wine. You’ll also learn how to taste wine like a

pro & we’ll show you the magic of making some of Australia’s top drops. Tastings

at all wineries are included in the price. Yering Station, Yering Farm & Rochford’s

provide a cellar door tasting on a range of their wines. Rochford Wines offer a glass

of estate wine with lunch and a cellar door tasting before lunch helping you to

decide what will go nicely with your food. A private walk through tour of Domaine

Chandon’s winery shows you the magic of creating a great glass of bubbly.

Domaine Chandon supply a glass of premium sparkling or still wine with light

tasting platters after a guided tour of the winery. What more could you ask for?

Departs: Approximately 9.00am

Returns: Approximately 4.30pm

Operates: Daily (excluding 25 Dec, 26 Dec & 01 Jan)

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 adult Child (7-15)

From $131 $95

Dracula’s Cabaret Restaurant

For a restaurant to survive and succeed for thirty years in the food capital of

Australia, it must be doing something special. This year, multi-award winning

Melbourne institution Dracula’s Cabaret Restaurant achieves three decades in

operation and three and a half million customers through the door. Dracula’s

service offering is unique; it combines a three-course fine dining experience with

a professional two hour live show. The show features fast paced comedy, wicked

burlesque, puppetry, live popular music and a hand-picked cast of talented

performers.

Operates: Tue – Sat

* This show is designed for a mature audience; we do not recommend it for children under the age of 13 years.

Note: Includes two hour comedy show and 3 course dinner. Drinks and souvenirs may be purchased separately.

Restaurant closed Christmas Day & Good Friday. Rates do not apply to New Year Eve show. Rates based on B

reserve tickets.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 per person

Tue - Thu $96

Fri, Sat & Public Holidays $108

Melbourne River Cruises

Melbourne Highlights Cruise

This cruise allows you to discover all of Melbourne’s river attractions including

Southgate, The Victorian Arts Centre, historical docklands, river gardens, shipping

port, Sporting Precinct and panoramic city skyline. Complimentary tea/coffee & a

running commentary provided.

Departs: Daily Duration: 2 - 2.5 hours

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 adult Child (4-14) Family (2A2C)

From $34 $19 $89

Spirit of Melbourne Cruising Restaurant

Offering a romantic experience right in the heart of Melbourne with a city

background of colours and lights, delight in a fusion of international dishes and

fine Australian wines, a reflection of the cosmopolitan culture that is Melbourne.

Indulge in an extensive six course meal prepared freshly on board by our gourmet

chefs, in a relaxed and intimate setting with personalised service and attention to

detail. The Spirit of Melbourne is fully enclosed; catering for up to 80 guests and

includes an alfresco deck.

Departs: The Spirit of Melbourne Cruising Restaurant will only be

operating Wednesday-Sunday

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 From $154 per person

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Sightseeing

Melbourne Zoo

Explore the award winning Melbourne Zoo. With

more than 300 species you won’t believe you are

just 3km from the central business district. Catch

Tram No. 55 from William Street, Melbourne or

take a train from either Flinders or Southern Cross

Stations on the Upfield Line to Royal Park Station.

Healesville Sanctuary

Healesville Sanctuary, 70 minutes from Melbourne

in the beautiful Yarra Valley, is the best place to see

Australian wildlife including the elusive Platypus.

Just an easy scenic self-drive along the Maroondah

Highway.

Werribee Open Range Zoo

Werribee Open Range Zoo is just 30 minutes west

of Melbourne. Join a Safari coach tour to discover

rhinos, giraffes and zebras. Walk the trails to gorilla,

hippos, lions and cheetahs. Take Princes Freeway

to the Werribee Precinct exit or Train to Werribee

Station, Bus No.439 to Werribee Open Range Zoo.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (4-15)

Admission from $31 $15

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (4-15)

Admission from $31 $15

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (4-15)

Admission from $31 $15

Global Ballooning

A sunrise balloon flight over Melbourne is a truly

remarkable experience. In the early morning light

you will drift by the array of parks and gardens and

watch the city come to life below. Look down on the

MCG, Melbourne Park and Albert Park racetrack.

You will be met at your hotel before first light. The

pilot will give a short briefing and you will then be

transported to the launch site. Take off and drift for

approximately one hour until the final landing. Drop

off back at hotel. Complimentary hotel pick up/drop

off (major motels/hotels).

Operates: Daily

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (6-12)

Flight - Melbourne $416 $321

Flight - Yarra Valley $344 $267

Melbourne Crime Tour

A guided tour of Melbourne’s criminal underbelly!

Melbourne Crime Tours is an entertaining and

interactive guided tour that explores many of

Melbourne’s most fascinating criminal events. Be

intrigued by your guide’s storytelling as you visit

the scenes of some of the city’s most infamous

episodes.

Includes: Transfers, expert guide & commentary,

complimentary refreshments, 50% off onwards entry

to the Old Melbourne Gaol.

Departs from the Old Melbourne Gaol: Tues &

Thurs 12.00pm, Sat & Sun 8.00am & 12.00pm.

Child Policy: Children under 4 years are carried

free of charge, provided parent or guardian is

prepared to carry child on their lap in the event all

other seats are occupied. Children’s fare applicable

to persons aged from 4 – 15 years inclusive.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (4-15)

Admission from $67 $55

Phillip Island Tour with

Penguin Plus Viewing

Enjoy Gippsland’s finest gourmet experiences & the

very best of Phillip Island’s wildlife! Visit a boutique

local winery and Amazing World of Chocolate to

tantalise your tastebuds and then immerse yourself

in nature with visits to the Koala Conservation

Centre & the nightly Penguin Parade.

Includes: Transfers, all entry & tasting fees,

upgraded “Penguins Plus” viewing at the Penguin

parade, expert guide & commentary.

Operates: Daily with hotel pickups between

10.00am & 11.00am (Apr-Oct) and between

11.00am & 12.00pm (Nov-Mar).

Child Policy: Children under 4 years are carried

free of charge, provided parent or guardian is

prepared to carry child on their lap in the event all

other seats are occupied. Children’s fare applicable

to persons aged from 4-15 years inclusive.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (4-15)

Admission from $165 $143

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sightseeing

AUSTRALIAN WILD ESCAPES small group touring allows you to interact with very knowledgeable guides. It also allows you to get

up close to nature, see wildlife in the wild, avoid other “touristy” destinations and have those “once in a lifetime” unique experiences.

The modern fleet of four wheel drive and two wheel drive vehicles will transport you to your destination in comfort and style.

Half Day Melbourne City Sights

Admire the Treasury Building, Windsor Hotel, State Parliament House, Royal

Exhibition Building, Botanical Gardens and Melbourne Museum. Visit Melbourne’s

shopping mecca – the Queen Victoria Markets. Drive past the sporting precinct

that became famous with the 1956 Olympic Games and now roars to the cheers

of Aussie Rules crowds each weekend. Enjoy breathtaking views of Melbourne’s

city skyline, West Gate Bridge and the Dandenong Ranges from St Kilda.

Pretend you’re in the driver’s seat as the tour enters the Australian Formula One

Grand Prix track at Albert Lake. Includes morning or afternoon tea.

Departs: 9.00am (morning tour), 1.00pm (afternoon tour)

Returns: 12.30pm (morning tour), 4.30pm (afternoon tour)

Operates: Daily

Shipwrecks & Wild Clifftops Experience

Leaving the city to head over the magnificent Westgate Bridge. This bridge offers

awesome views of the Docklands, as well as a panoramic view of the city skyline.

Corio Bay in Geelong is a wonderful mix of old wharves, woolstores and a fully

restored 1930s seabathing complex. See wonderful examples of century old

housing and the 100 brightly painted bollards dotted around the bay depicting

some of Geelong’s local historic characters, each having its own story to tell.

Departs: 8.00am

Returns: 6.00pm

Operates: Daily

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 From $188 per person

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 From $269 per person

Penguins, Koalas & Wildlife

This fascinating experience takes you southeast of the city through the rich

Gippsland coastal region. The first stop is at a working dairy farm, Caldermeade.

Giving a glimpse of rural Victoria so close to the city, yet a world away. Followed

by Phillip Island’s sandy and rocky shorelines showcasing wildlife including over

200 species of birds. Visit a protected Koala colony at the Koala Conservation

Centre. See Little Penguins arrive in groups on the beach after a day of fishing

at the Penguin Parade. Includes home made afternoon tea and a sumptuous

dinner.

Departs: 1.00pm (winter), 2.00pm (summer)

Returns: 10.00pm (winter), 11.00pm (summer)

Operates: Daily

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 From $269 per person

Two Day Great Ocean Road Experience

Travel through the volcanic western plains of Victoria, see the port that was the

centre of trade during the famous gold rush era in the 19th century, and the

Shipwreck Coast where many ships have floundered along this wild coastline.

Visit wild kangaroos and view the 12 Apostles ocean rock formations from a

coastal boardwalk. Gaze in awe at the amazingly eroded London Bridge, and

view the magnificent Bay of Martyrs and Bay of Islands. Staying overnight at a

four star homestead with sweeping views of the coastline. Includes all meals

except dinner.

Departs: 8.00am

Returns: 5.00pm

Operates: Daily

Note: Private Charter only.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 From $1164 per person

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sightseeing

Sightsee ‘N’ Save Pass

The ultimate in Australian

sightseeing.

This pass provides you with flexibility, convenience

and great value. The pass is open dated and valid

for up to four full day tours, from a selection of over

90 day tours all over Australia. Tours are marked

indicating 0.5 pass, 1 full pass or 2 passes. There

is no need to pre-book your tours before you leave

home, simply book the tours when you arrive in

Australia.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (3-14)

From $469 $235

MARVELLOUS MELBOURNE

CITY SIGHTS (0.5 pass)

Discover the charm of Melbourne. See Captain

Cook’s Cottage, Queen Victoria Market, Fitzroy

Gardens and Albert Park, home to the Australian

Grand Prix. Stroll the Royal Botanic Gardens,

see the Royal Exhibition Buildings and Federation

Square. Visit the Shrine of Remembrance and see

the Southbank waterfront precinct. See some of the

city’s architecture including St. Paul’s Cathedral and

the Princess and Regent theatres. Cross the Bolte

Bridge for great city views.

Departs: 8.10am Returns: 12.00pm

Operates: Daily, except 25 Dec 12

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (3-14)

From $76 $39

PHILLIP ISLAND PENGUINS AND

WILDLIFE (1 pass)

Phillip Island is home to an astounding array of wildlife,

including Australia’s largest fur seal colony. Enjoy

getting close to koalas and kangaroos before joining

the Little Penguins at dusk as they emerge from

the surf and waddle to their burrows. Visit Warrook,

a working cattle farm in the prosperous Gippsland

region. Encounter koalas in their natural habitat at the

Koala Conservation Centre. View spectacular coastal

scenery at the Nobbies, two rocky outcrops abundant

in marine life.

Note: Nobbies viewing is seasonal and dependant on daylight hours.

Departs: 1.15pm Returns: 10.30pm – 11.30pm

(Oct to Mar), 9.30pm (Apr to Sep)

Operates: Daily, except 25 Dec 12

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (3-14)

From $162 $81

SOVEREIGN HILL & HISTORIC

BALLARAT (1 pass)

The past is very much present in towns like Ballarat

whose early wealth and proud history was due

to the mighty gold discovery of the mid 1850s.

Sovereign Hill in Ballarat is a perfectly re-created

example of Gold rush life during Victoria’s Golden

era. Explore the daily ritual of this Gold town and

stroll the main street to visit with goldsmiths, crafts

people, traders, soldiers and the like. Find your

own fortune whilst panning for gold in the stream,

go “underground” to the fascinating Gold mine and

museum. Exhibits and displays unfold before you as

you stroll though this bustling pioneer township.

Departs: 8.20pm Returns: 5.30pm

Operates: Daily (Oct – Mar); Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat

(Apr – Sep), except 25 Dec 12

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (3-14)

From $171 $85

The Great Ocean Road

Adventure (1 pass)

View the popular coastal townships of Torquay and

Lorne. Pass world famous Bells Beach, home to

World Surfing Championships. Travel the length of

the Great Ocean Road passing towering limestone

cliffs, sweeping white beaches and stunning forest

scenery. See the amazing Twelve Apostles, limestone

stacks rising dramatically from the Southern Ocean

and visit the Information Centre. Be swept away by the

romantic and tragic story of love and lives lost aboard

the Loch Ard. Discover the tragic history of over 50

ships wrecked along this rugged coastline. Continue

beyond Port Campbell to the remnants of London

Bridge.

Departs: 8.00am Returns: 7.30pm

Operates: Daily, except 25 Dec 12

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (3-14)

From $177 $89

Puffing Billy, Yarra Valley and

Healesville (1 pass)

Ride the renowned Puffing Billy Steam Train as

it winds its way through lush ferns and towering

timbers. Stroll through Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary

and see unique native creatures. Enjoy the lush

ferns and dense forests of the nearby Dandenong

Ranges. Enjoy a traditional morning tea of Aussie

billy tea, lamingtons and vegemite crackers Tour the

Yarra Valley’s beautiful verdant hills and prosperous

vineyards with its famous wines and delicious

cuisine.

Departs: 8.20am Returns: 5.30pm

Operates: Daily (Oct to Mar), Mon, Wed, Fri,

Sun (Apr to Sep), except 25 Dec 12

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 Adult Child (3-14)

From $167 $84

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Sightseeing

Bargains And Bubbles

Enjoy a relaxed and fun day of discount retail therapy without the worry of

carrying bags or finding directions. Explore Melbourne’s famous discount outlets,

accessories, bag & shoe shops and hard-to-find warehouse sales.

Tour Includes: Shopoholic Melbourne tour host, Melbourne City Highlights Tour

& Transport, Shopping gift, Cafe Lunch with a glass of bubbles.

Departs: 9.00am

Returns: 5.00pm

Operates: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat or groups by request

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 adult Child (0-14)

From $100 $75

Sports Lovers Tour

Explore Flemington Racecourse, home of the Melbourne Cup. Drive through the

Commonwealth Games Athletes Village and around Albert Park, on the Melbourne

F1 Grand Prix Circuit. Explore the arena, media centres and exclusive member

areas. Smell the liniment in the changing rooms and walk on the hallowed turf.

Lunch included overlooking the arena at Etihad Stadium.

Choose to tour behind the scenes of the:

• Melbourne Cricket Ground

• OR Rod Laver Arena (minimum 4 guests)

• OR The National Sports Museum at the MCG

• Or why not do all 3 in the full day Ultimate Sports Tour of Melbourne?

*Unless requested you will be booked onto the MCG tour. Please note the Rod Laver Arena option is not available

mid Dec to mid Feb due to the Australian Open Tennis.

Departs: 8.30am Returns: 1.30pm Operates: Mon to Fri

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 adult Child (0-14)

From $128 $96

Horses, Wine & Beer Tour

Visit ‘Living Legends’ at Woodlands Historic Park; host to our favourite retired

champion race horses. Meet the horses, and enjoy morning tea.

Gourmet Wood Fired Pizza lunch and wine tastings are at Gisborne Peak Estate,

located within the Macedon Ranges wine region; a recognised cool climate wine

growing region.

Beer tasting at Holgate Brewery - home of the 2008 Best Beer Brewed in Victoria

Trophy. Holgate’s is a traditional country pub with classic beer styles, full in

flavour and rich in character. Time to meander down the main street of beautiful

Woodend or sit in the beer garden.

Departs: 9.30am Returns: 5.30pm

Operates: Sundays OR Groups Daily on request

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 adult Child (0-14)

From $160 $120

Aussie Rules Football with a local host

Experience the unique Australian game of football with a local host to explain the

rules, bumps & brawls.

Package Includes:

• Meet your host near the ground for a welcome drink where the logistics of the

experience will be explained.

• Experience the excitement of Aussie Rules footy walking into the stadium with the fans.

• Sensational premium reserved undercover seating.

• Your host will explain the rules and involve you in the game using competitions

and prizes.

• A show bag of Aussie Rules goodies including Souvenir Program – ‘Footy

Record’ and Club Song Sheets and footy food - e.g. Beer & Meat Pie.

Departs: 12.45am & 6.15pm Returns: 5.30pm & 10.30pm

Operates: Mar - Aug (specific nights apply)

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13 adult Child (0-14)

From $160 $120

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Melbourne Accommodation

Mantra Tullamarine Hotel

HHHH

Conveniently located a short five minute drive from Melbourne Airport.

Mantra Tullamarine Hotel is also within close proximity to the cosmopolitan

Melbourne CBD and a host of premier tourist attractions. This sleek,

modern hotel offers premium accommodation options, guest services and

facilities and provides an ideal base for large or extended family groups

and travellers in transit.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, lifts, luggage storage, internet, gym,

indoor pool, sauna, spa.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, airconditioning,

cable TV, fridge, ironing facilities,

safe, tea/coffee facilities, phone, internet data

point, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Executive Studio: 2

Premier Studio: 2

Deluxe Studio: 2

from $ 118

per person per night

PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport

HHHH

Linked directly to the terminal via sky bridge, the PARKROYAL Melbourne

Airport offers the ideal location for business and leisure travellers alike.

Whether you need to rest before a flight or refresh before heading home,

our hotel offers 276 spacious guest rooms with city skyline, airport and

mountain views will reinvigorate you for the day ahead. A short 10 minute

drive will take you to the much loved Sunbury Wine Region, or if you have

time to spare, venture a little further and experience the hustle and bustle

of Melbourne city centre, a haven of secret cafes, fashion hot spots and

lush parklands just 20 minutes drive away

Property features: Restaurant, bar, café,

room service, disabled facilities, parking,

non-smoking rooms, wireless internet, gym,

indoor pool, spa, sauna.

Room features: Bath, shower, bathrobes,

hairdryer, air-conditioning, cable TV, mini bar,

tea/coffee making facilities, telephone, safe.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 2 adults or 2 adults and

1 child

Deluxe Room: 2

from $ 154

per person per night

Corner Melrose & Trade Park Drive, Tullamarine (MEL)

Arrival Drive, Melbourne Airport (MEL)

Formule 1 Melbourne

HH

from $ 59

per person per night

Ideally located in the heart of Melbourne city centre, only minutes from

transport at Flinders Street Station and Southern Cross Station. Providing

a great base from which to enjoy the huge range of shopping, sporting

events, restaurants, cultural attractions and nightlife Melbourne has

to offer.

Property features: 146 rooms, disabled

facilities, self service laundry.

Room features: Air-conditioning, in-house

movies.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 3

Family Room: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 9

97 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Hotel Enterprize

HH

The perfect location for both the tourist and business travellers alike.

Within close proximity to all of Melbourne’s wonderful attractions

including: Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, Crown Casino,

Southgate, MCG, Federation Square and much more. The hotel’s popular

Jarrah Room restaurant offers guests fantastic Asian cuisine in the

evening, sure to hit the spot after a day’s travel or sightseeing.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service (limited hours), lift, disabled facilities

(superior business room), car parking

available, valet laundry facilities.

Room features: Private ensuite bathrooms,

bathtub (superior only), daily servicing of

guestrooms, mini bar, telephones, clock/

radio, coffee & tea making facilities, airconditioning,

iron & board (superior), data

port (superior).

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Budget Courtyard: 2

Classic Courtyard: 2

Superior Deluxe: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 12

from $ 67

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Stay 7 nights and pay for 6 nights (ask for validity).

44 Spencer Street, Melbourne (MEL)

All Seasons Kingsgate Hotel

HHH

from $ 80

per person per night

Close to Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre, Crown Casino,

Southgate shopping and restaurant precinct, Etihad Stadium and much

more. Providing a traditional European charm and service, together

with modern facilities. Ideally suited for the leisure traveller offering

comfortable, convenient and value for money accommodation in the heart

of Melbourne city. So wherever your days and nights take you, the journey

home again is always a short one.

Property features: 171 rooms, 6 floors,

restaurant, bar, cafe, self service laundry, valet

laundry service, travel desk, internet facilities.

Room features: Air-conditioning, ensuite

bathroom, fridge, flat screen LCD TV,

ironing facilities, tea / coffee facilities, phone,

clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Double: 2

Standard Twin: 3

Family: 4

Superior Room: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 1

131 Kings Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Melbourne Accommodation

Causeway Inn On The Mall

HHH

from $ 83

per person per night

Boasting a central city location on Bourke Street

Mall, opposite the GPO shopping complex and Myer

department store. Arts, cultural events, theatres,

shopping, cinemas and a myriad of Melbourne’s

restaurants are all on our doorstep. Offering 82

comfortable, well appointed rooms at affordable prices.

Property features: 82 rooms, 8 floors, breakfast room and

lounge, disabled facilities, valet laundry service, self-serve laundry,

travel desk, internet kiosk.

Room features: LCD TV, private ensuite, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-room safe, select cable TV, fridge, ironing facilities,

tea/coffee facilities, phone, internet facilities, desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Twin/Queen Room: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 2

Includes continental buffet breakfast daily

for two. Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights

(valid 01 Jun – 31 Aug 12 in Queen/Twin

Room).

327 Bourke Street Mall, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


The Victoria Hotel Melbourne

HHH

Located in the centre of Melbourne, right in the heart of the city, the

Victoria Hotel is the perfect Melbourne hotel for your needs. The hotel in

the Melbourne CBD offers easy access to all the sights and sounds of this

thriving metropolis. This historic landmark combines the grandeur of the

late 1800’s and contemporary comfort.

Property features: Alice’s Restaurant, Vic’s

Bar, rooftop fitness centre, internet café,

central location.

Room features: Newly renovated rooms,

ducted air-conditioning, tea & coffee making

facilities, broadband internet access (charge),

iron & ironing board, in-room safe, pay TV.

Child policy: Children 0 – 14 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Heritage Queen/Twin Room: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 32

from $ 83

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Stay 3 nights receive complimentary breakfast (valid 01 Apr –

31 Aug 12).

215 Little Collins Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Hotel Ibis Little Bourke Street

HHH

from $ 87

per person per night

Located at the Spencer Street end of Little Bourke Street, in the heart of

the CBD, walking distance to shopping, Eithad Stadium, Crown Casino

and the Convention and Exhibition Centre. Perfect location for business or

entertainment. This hotel provides excellent standard of accommodation

at a very affordable price.

Property features: 121 Rooms, 10 floors,

breakfast service, conference facilities,

disabled facilities, self service laundry, valet

laundry service, gym, internet kiosk, vending

machines.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

cable TV, fridge, ironing facilities, tea / coffee

facilities, phone, desk, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-1 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Double Room: 2

Standard Twin Room: 2

Queen Room: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 14

Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights (valid 01 Apr – 30 Sep 12 &

01 Dec 12 – 15 Jan 13 in a Standard Room).

600 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers. 15


Melbourne Accommodation

Mercure Welcome Melbourne

HHHH

from $ 92

per person per night

Right in the heart of Melbourne’s theatre and shopping

district, Mercure Welcome Melbourne is adjacent

to David Jones department store and is within easy

walking distance to numerous restaurants and major

sporting venues. The hotel is the ideal base for a

Melbourne shopping spree.

Property features: 330 rooms, 12 floors, restaurant, bar, coffee

shop, business centre, conference facilities, disabled facilities, self

service laundry, valet laundry, travel desk, smart bars on each level.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-house movies,

cable TV, fridge, ironing facilities, tea / coffee facilities, phone, desk,

clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Queen: 2

Standard Twin: 2

Superior King: 3

Superior Twin: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 22

265-281 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


THE SEBEL MELBOURNE

HHHH

A magnificent, heritage listed landmark that has been transformed into one

of Melbourne’s finest boutique hotels. Ideally positioned in the heart of the

city the The Sebel Melbourne offers stylish accommodation, steps away

from Melbourne’s shopping, fashion, business and restaurant precincts.

Dine amongst the grandeur of Treasury Restaurant or unwind with a drink

in Treasury Bar.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, 24-hour

reception, in-room dining and concierge, valet

parking, daily house keeping service, guest

laundry service, conference facilities, currency

exchange, business centre and gymnasium.

Room features: Bath, bathrobes, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, LCD flat

screen TV with satellite channels, fridge,

mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities, direct

dial phone, clock/radio, kitchenette with

microwave, high speed broadband internet.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio Suite: 3

One Bedroom Suite: 3

Loft Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 27

from $ 169

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 (must stay a Sunday night and not

valid for travel over AFL Grand Final, Spring Racing Carnival,

New Years Eve, Australian Open and Grand Prix dates).

394 Collins Street (MEL)

Mantra On Jolimont

HHHH

from $ 94

per person per night

Mantra on Jolimont delivers stylish, contemporary accommodation in the

heart of Melbourne’s CBD and is an ideal base for business travellers,

holiday makers and long-term guests. One of Melbourne’s largest

apartment style hotels, Mantra on Jolimont features studio, one and two

bedroom apartments, with a fully-equipped kitchen, laundry facilities,

lounge and dining areas in the one and two bedroom apartments. Guests

will enjoy the on-site leisure facilities including a pool and gymnasium.

Rocc’s Bar and Restaurant offers convenient on-site dining.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, lifts, parking (charge), travel desk,

luggage storage, internet facilities.

Room features: Hairdryers, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, fridge, mini bar,

kitchenette (studio only), full kitchen (one and

two bedroom only), ironing facilities, direct

dial telephone.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio: 2

One Bedroom: 3

2 Bedroom: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 16

Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 (valid in a One Bedroom Apartment

01 Apr – 27 Sep, 30 Sep – 04 Oct, 07 Oct – 01 Nov, 07 Nov – 30

Dec 12, 01-13 Jan, 21 Jan – 27 Feb 13).

133 Jolimont Road, East Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers. 17


Melbourne Accommodation

Hotel Causeway

HHHH

from $ 105

per person per night

Boutique hotel offering contemporary, spacious rooms

with modern facilities. Appreciated by business and

leisure travellers for its warmth, charm and prized

location. Located in the vibrant heart of Melbourne

opposite David Jones department store on Little Collins

Street, surrounded by leading fashion boutiques, lively

cafes and some of Melbourne’s famous shopping

arcades.

Property features: 45 rooms, 5 floors, breakfast room, disabled

facilities, self-serve laundry, valet laundry service, travel desk, gym

and steam room, room service available from Solarino restaurant,

internet facilities.

Room features: LCD TV, private ensuite, bathrobes and slippers,

hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-room safe, select cable TV, fridge, mini

bar, ironing facilities, tea/coffee facilities, phone, internet facilities,

desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Executive Room: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 11

Includes continental buffet breakfast daily

for two. Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights

(valid 01 Jun – 31 Aug 12 in an Executive

Room).

275 Little Collins Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Mercure Melbourne Spring Street

HHHH

Mercure Melbourne Spring Street has the ideal CBD location overlooking

the Treasury Gardens. The Mercure Melbourne Spring Street is within

walking distance to Melbourne’s premier sporting venues, the MCG, Rod

Laver and AAMI Park as well as theatres, Collins Street boutiques, CBD

shopping, restaurants and the best of Melbourne’s tourist attractions and

the free city circle tram is at our doorstep.

Property features: 24 hour reception, 24

hour room service, valet laundry, restaurant,

bar, car parking available (charge applies).

Room features: Air-conditioning, bath/

shower, hairdryer, fridge, mini bar, ironing

facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, direct

dial phone, safe, fax/modem, in house

movies (charge applies).

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Queen: 2

Standard Twin: 3

Superior Queen: 2

Superior Twin: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 21

from $ 109

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 (valid 01 May – 31 Aug 12).

13 Spring Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Mantra on the Park Melbourne

HHHH

from $ 118

per person per night

Mantra on the Park is a stylish, four star property located in the heart

of Melbourne’s CBD, overlooking beautiful Carlton Gardens and the

Melbourne Exhibition Building. An ideal base for a Melbourne getaway or

business trip, guests will enjoy the hotel’s close proximity to Melbourne’s

eclectic city scene, famous shopping precincts, theatres, restaurants,

cafés and bars. 144 spacious, self-contained, one and two bedroom

apartments with private balconies overlooking Carlton gardens or

Melbourne city skyline. All rooms feature air-conditioning, fully-equipped

kitchens, laundry and separate lounge and dining areas.

Property features: 144 apartments, 18 floors,

parking (charge), valet laundry service, sauna,

indoor pool, 24-hour reception.

Apartment features: Hairdryer, balcony,

air-conditioning, cable TV, in-house movies,

fridge, mini bar, full kitchen, ironing facilities,

laundry facilities, tea / coffee facilities, phone,

internet facilities, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 18

333 Exhibition Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers. 19


Melbourne Accommodation

Rendezvous hotel Melbourne

HHHH

from $ 118

TO $ 130

per person per night

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne is one of Australia’s

Grand Hotels centrally located in the very heart of the

city. Built in 1913 as the Commercial Travellers Club,

this 4 star heritage listed hotel has been meticulously

restored to retain the feel and style of the classical

1900’s era, whilst at the same time providing guests

with leading 21st century technology and facilities.

The hotel features 340 elegantly appointed guest

rooms and suites in a grand residence that will ensure

comfort and convenience. This award winning hotel

is the ultimate destination and walking distance to

world class shopping, famous theatres, major sporting

venues, premier entertainment, spectacular dining,

Crown Casino, Federation Square and directly opposite

the equally historic Flinders Street Railway Station.

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne is distinguished by

elegance, historic significance and traditional luxury

and is a perfect base whether you are visiting for a

short city break or leisurely weekend.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room service, business centre,

conference facilities, currency exchange, disabled facilities, lifts,

parking, valet, laundry service, travel desk, luggage storage, safe

deposit, internet facilities, wireless internet, porter service.

Room features: Bathrobes, hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-house

movies, colour TV, stereo, fridge, mini bar, ironing facilities, direct

dial phone, internet data point, wireless internet, daily maid service,

tea/coffee making facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Deluxe/Superior Room: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 25

Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights.

Not valid during special events.

328 Flinders Street (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Causeway 353 Hotel

HHHH

from $ 97

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Causeway 353 Hotel is located in the heart of

Melbourne’s CBD, offering contemporary modern

accommodation with a warm and inviting ambience.

Set amongst an array of eateries and just a short

distance to Melbourne’s many attractions. The hotel

is within a few minutes’ walk to retail icons Myer and

David Jones department stores. Causeway 353 Hotel’s

enviable position makes it equally accommodating to

corporate and leisure clients.

Property features: Sotto restaurant and bar, room service, travel

desk, non-smoking rooms, disabled facilities, internet facilities, gym

and steam room, business centre, lifts, valet laundry service and

self-serve laundry facilities.

Room features: LCD TV, private ensuite, hairdryer, bathrobes and

slippers, air-conditioning, select Cable TV, mini bar, ironing facilities,

in-room safe, tea/coffee making facilities, microwave, telephone,

desk, internet, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Deluxe King Room: 2

Deluxe Twin Room: 2

Premier Spa Room: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 3

Includes continental buffet breakfast daily

for two. Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights

(valid 01 Jun – 31 Aug 12 in a Deluxe

Room).

353 Little Collins Street (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers. 21


Melbourne Accommodation

Somerset On Elizabeth Melbourne

HHHH

from $ 143

per person per night

Conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD

and only a short stroll from Bourke Street. Take full

advantage of this perfect location with easy access

to Myer Department Store, Bourke Street Mall and

an abundance of restaurants, shops and Melbourne’s

arts and entertainment precincts. The spacious, fully

furnished apartments are designed for your comfort

and convenience with everything you would expect

from a Somerset Serviced Residence.

Property features: Breakfast room, disabled facilities, valet laundry

& drycleaning services (additional charge), fully equipped gym, 24

hour reception, valet parking (additional charge), outdoor recreation

area with barbeque facilities, sauna and spa facilities, swimspa.

Room features: Air conditioning/heating, refrigerator, dishwasher,

laundry, cable TV, microwave, DVD/CD player, hairdryer, ironing

facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, safe, bath/shower (selected

residences), broadband internet access (additional charges apply),

fully equipped kitchen (2 bedroom), kitchenette facilities (1 bedroom).

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Deluxe/One Bedroom Executive: 3

Two Bedroom Deluxe: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 29

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid

01 Apr – 30 Sep 12 in One Bedroom

Deluxe, One Bedroom Executive and Two

Bedroom Deluxe Rooms).

250 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Mantra 100 Exhibition

HHHH

Offering a distinct Melbourne experience, Mantra 100 Exhibition is the

perfect location for Melbourne’s famous fashion boutiques, theatres and

restaurants and sporting venues such as Melbourne Cricket Ground and

Rod Laver Arena home of the Australian Open. Located on Exhibition

Street, close to the Paris end of Collins St. This hotel offers contemporary

furnishings, spacious floor space and ceiling high windows. With 1 & 2

Bedroom Apartments the hotel is the perfect location for the leisure and

business travellers being only a walking distance of all Melbourne’s major

attractions.

Property features: Undercover parking

(charge), valet laundry & dry cleaning service,

safety deposit box (at reception), 24 hour

reception.

Room features: Air-conditioning, bath/

shower, hairdryer, internet data port, fridge,

tea/coffee making facilities, ironing facilities,

kitchen, microwave, direct dial phone, CD

player, in-house movies (charge applies),

cable TV.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom: 3

One Bedroom Exhibition: 3

Two Bedroom: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 15

from $ 118

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

100 Exhibition Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Oaks on Market

HHHH

from $ 149

per person per night

Oaks on Market is centrally located Melbourne accommodation, offering

easy access to Melbourne’s attractions: shopping, theatres, dining and

entertainment, as well as proximity to the legal and financial precincts.

All 280 luxuriously appointed Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom fully selfcontained

apartments have brand new 32-inch flat screen TV’s, sofas

and contemporary artwork. Guests can enjoy individual stereo systems,

climate control, access to the indoor heated lap pool, fully equipped gym,

spa and sauna. There are two licensed restaurants: Alexi’s on Market and

R2 Restaurant & Bar which provide delicious dining options.

Property features: Dry-cleaning and laundry

service, breakfast (buffet or continental), gym,

sauna, business centre, spa, pool, concierge,

restaurant, conference and banquet facilities,

tour desk, disabled facilities, room service,

offsite public parking available (opposite hotel)

fees apply.

Room features: Air-conditioning, cable TV,

alarm/clock radio, in-room amenities, internet

access (Fee Applies), CD player, ironing

equipment, tea/coffee making facilities,

hairdryer, kitchenette, wake-up calls.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when staying with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio Apartment: 3

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 24

Stay 5 Pay 4 (valid for 01 Apr - 31 Aug 12, 01-25 Dec 12,

02-13 Jan 13, Studio and One Bedroom Apartments only)

60 Market St, Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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Melbourne Accommodation

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

HHHH

Providing guests with gracious hospitality and incomparable service in the

heart of the city. Located on Lonsdale Street, in the city’s vibrant theatre

district & within close proximity to all the city has to offer. Live theatre,

cinemas, Chinatown and of course the exceptional shopping facilities.

Property features: 24 hour reception, 24

hour room service, same day laundry and

guest laundry, conference/meeting facilities,

heated rooftop swimming pool, all major

credit cards accepted, car parking.

Room features: Private ensuite, shower,

bath, hair dryer, central air-conditioning and

heating, colour TV, in house movies, AM/ FM

radio, direct dial isd/std telephone, mini bar,

refrigerator, tea/ coffee making facilities, iron

and ironing board.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 3

Executive Room: 3

Superior Room: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 13

from $ 94

per person per night

(min 2-3 night stay may apply)

Stay 3 nights or more and receive free daily buffet breakfast

per person.

131 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Mantra on Russell

HHHH

from $ 142

per person per night

Offering a distinctly Melbourne experience, Mantra on Russell is perfectly

located in the heart of the city. Ideal for discerning leisure and business

travelers, the hotel offers 221 apartments with contemporary interiors

and rich furnishings. Most apartments also have a private balcony where

you can relax at the end of the day and soak up the cosmopolitan

Melbourne atmosphere.

Property features: 221 rooms, 13 floors,

restaurant, bar, disabled facilities, parking

(charge), valet laundry service, tour desk,

gym, sauna, spa, indoor pool, 24-hour

reception, 24-hour room service.

Apartment features: Hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable

TV, CD / stereo, fridge, mini bar, kitchenette

(studio), full kitchen (apartments), ironing

facilities, laundry facilities (apartments), safe,

tea / coffee facilities, phone, internet facilities,

clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio: 2

One Bedroom: 3

Two Bedroom: 5

Two Bedroom Dual Key: 4

Map reference: Page 38 Number 17

222 Russell Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


CitAdines on Bourke Melbourne

HHHH

from $ 131

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

With vibrant design elements and cleverly configured

spaces, Citadines on Bourke Melbourne provides

flexible services and facilities that allow you to

customise your experience to your own liking and

budget. Located in the heart of the city, Citadines

on Bourke Melbourne is in the perfect location for

whatever brings you to Melbourne. Ideal for both short

and mid length stays with equal ease. Enjoy the privacy

of your own residence whilst enjoying the convenience

of a hotel.

Property features: Restaurant*, disabled facilities, fully equipped

gym, indoor swimming pool, sauna, 24 hour reception, parking

(limited)*, conference facilities*, valet and self service laundry and

drying*, Wi-fi*, outdoor sundeck.

Room features: Air-conditioning/heating, refrigerator, microwave,

stove, iPod dock and entertainment system, broadband internet

access*, cable TV, in room movies*, direct dial phone, hairdryer,

ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee making facilities, kitchenettes.

*Fees apply.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Deluxe/One Bedroom Executive/One Bedroom

Premier/Studio Deluxe/Studio Executive: 3

Two Bedroom Deluxe: 4

Two Bedroom Executive: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 4

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid 01

Apr – 30 Sep 12 in One Bedroom Deluxe,

One Bedroom Executive, One Bedroom

Premier, Two Bedroom Deluxe and Two

Bedroom Executive).

131-135 Bourke Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Melbourne Accommodation

The Swanston Hotel Grand Mercure

HHHH

Located right in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, and surrounded by the

city’s popular shopping precincts, restaurants, tours, sporting venues,

renowned parks and gardens and historic theatres, every convenience is

at your doorstep. Designed specifically for your comfort. It offers spacious

rooms with opening windows for fresh air.

Property features: Restaurant, cafe, bar,

gaming lounge, indoor relaxation pool, 24

hour room service, broadband internet, valet

parking, gymnasium.

Room features: Air-conditioning, bath/

shower, cable TV, fridge, hairdryer, in-house

movies, ironing facilities, mini bar, safe, radio,

tea/coffee making facilities, direct-dial phone,

microwave.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 3

Superior Room: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 31

from $ 130

per person per night

195 Swanston Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Medina Grand Melbourne

HHHH

from $ 143

per person per night

Situated in the CBD, two blocks from major retail stores and only 1.5kms

from the Art Gallery, Casino and Convention Centre. The surrounding

area is alive with numerous cafes, bistros and coffee shops with public

transport at the door. Elegant Italian furniture coupled with Australian

timbers and artworks create a uniquely sophisticated environment.

Property features: 154 apartments, 19 floors,

restaurant, bar, coffee shop, room service,

business centre, conference & disabled facilities,

parking, valet laundry service, travel desk,

health club / gym, sauna, indoor heated pool.

Apartment features: Hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable

TV, CD / stereo, fridge, mini bar, kitchenette

(studios), full kitchen (apartments), ironing,

tea / coffee phone & fax facilities, internet

facilities, desk (some rooms), clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Studio: 2

Standard/Premier/Penthouse One

Bedroom Apartment: 3

Standard/Premier/Penthouse Two

Bedroom Apartment: 5

Premier/Penthouse Three Bedroom

Apartment: 7

Map reference: Page 38 Number 20

Stay 5 nights and pay for 4 nights (01 Apr – 15 Sep 12,

01-28 Dec 12 & 02-15 Jan 13).

189 Queen Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Travelodge Southbank Melbourne

HHH

Travelodge Southbank Melbourne is ideally positioned for you to

experience all that this vibrant city has to offer. You are within easy walking

distance to great restaurants and cafes (chargeback facilities available

with some restaurants in Southbank), impressive shopping, renowned art

galleries and the Crown Casino. The MCG, Melbourne Aquarium, Rod

Laver Arena, the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Melbourne Exhibition

Centre are just minutes away.

Property features: 275 rooms, 11 floors,

restaurant, conference facilities, disabled

facilities, self service laundry, valet laundry

service, travel desk.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, fridge, kitchenette,

ironing facilities, safe, tea / coffee facilities,

phone, internet facilities, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 34

from $ 107

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid 01 May – 30 Jun 12 in

a Guest Room). Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights (valid 01 Apr

– 30 Apr 12, 01 Jul – 15 Sep 12, 01-28 Dec 12 & 02-15 Jan 13

in a Guest Room).

Corner Southbank Ave and Riverside Quay, Southbank, Melbourne (MEL)

Mantra Southbank

HHHH

from $ 142

per person per night

(min 2 night stay may apply)

Mantra Southbank is located close to Melbourne’s bustling city centre and

CBD, famed shopping, dining and café precincts and a host of premium

attractions. The Melbourne Museum, Federation Square and Melbourne

Concert Hall are all within easy reach of Mantra Southbank as well as

some of the Garden State’s lush parklands, gardens and the popular Yarra

River promenades. Apartments are well-appointed and spacious. Mantra

Southbank offers guests a range of hotel facilities and professional,

friendly service to meet the needs of business and leisure travellers.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, lifts, parking, valet laundry service,

luggage storage, safe deposit, internet

facilities, porter service, indoor pool, sauna.

Room features: Bath, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV,

stereo, full kitchen, mini bar, ironing facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Executive: 4

One Bedroom Spa: 4

Two Bedroom Corner: 6

Two Bedroom Deluxe: 6

Two Bedroom Executive: 6

Map reference: Page 38 Number 19

31 City Road, Southbank (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Melbourne Accommodation

Citigate Melbourne

HHHH

from $ 104

per person per night

Citigate Melbourne is superbly located in the city

centre opposite historic Flinders Street Station. This

hotel offers contemporary accommodation, some

guestrooms feature views over the Yarra River,

Southbank and the bustling cityscape of Melbourne.

All major attractions, public transport, shopping,

fashion and restaurant precincts are just steps away,

including the Melbourne Aquarium, Federation Square,

MCG, Etihad Stadium, National Gallery of Victoria,

Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne Museum, Bourke

Street Shopping Mall and Melbourne’s Casino.

Balcony View from Suite

Property features: Restaurant, bar, 24-hour reception, in-room

dining and concierge, daily house keeping service, guest laundry

service, conference facilities, currency exchange, business centre,

wireless internet in lobby, conference facilities and a fully equipped

gymnasium overlooking Flinders Street.

Room features: Air-conditioning, bath/shower, hairdryer, in room

safe, high speed internet, mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities,

ironing facilities, direct dial phone, ipod docking stations, flat screen

LCD TV with satellite channels, 24-hour on demand movies.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Citigate King/Twin: 3

Cityview King/Twin: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 5

Stay 2 consecutive nights and receive a

complimentary upgrade from a Citigate

Room to a Cityview Room (subject to

availability at check-in, valid 01 Apr –

31 Aug 12).

270 Flinders Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Crown Promenade Hotel

HHHH

Stylish, relaxed and contemporary, the hotel is located in Melbourne’s

vibrant Southbank entertainment precinct. Spacious rooms and fantastic

views are only the beginning. Eat and drink in style at Mesh restaurant

or Tonic bar, relax by the pool at the Deck Leisure centre or take the airbridge

to the exciting Crown Entertainment Complex.

Property features: 465 rooms, 26 floors,

restaurants, bars, coffee shop, room service,

business centre, conference facilities,

disabled facilities, parking, valet laundry

service, health club/gym, massage, sauna,

indoor pool, tennis court.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, mini bar, ironing

facilities, safe, tea/coffee facilities, phone,

internet facilities, desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Corner King: 2

Studio: 2

Standard Rooms: 3

Two Room Studio: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 7

from $ 151

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid 01 Apr – 31 Aug 12 &

21 Nov – 29 Dec 12).

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melbourne (MEL)

Crown Metropol

HHHH

from $ 181

per person per night

Crown Towers

HHHHH

from $ 235

per person per night

Fresh. Vibrant. Unmistakably modern. Enjoy a range of unique

experiences. Indulge yourself at our signature restaurant - Maze by

Gordon Ramsay. Be spoilt at ISIKA, the hotel’s day spa and urban retreat.

Be active in our infinity pool and gym. Relax at “28”, our exclusive club

lounge and sky-bar.

A haven of rare luxury located on Melbourne’s Yarra River at Southbank,

in the heart of the city’s arts and leisure precinct. Crown Towers delivers

the ultimate inner city sanctuary including the renowned Crown Spa, the

culinary delights of over 9 fine dining signature restaurants and the world

class Crown Entertainment Complex delivering non stop action with it’s

cinemas, bars, live music venues and luxury brand shopping.

Property features: Room service, boutique

shop, hair and beauty salon, conference

facilities, currency exchange, lifts, parking,

valet laundry service, luggage storage, safe

deposit, wireless internet.

Room features: Bathrobes, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-house movies, colour TV,

DVD, stereo, mini bar, ironing facilities, safe,

direct dial phone, wireless internet, Ipod

docking station, tea/coffee making facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio Room: 2

Luxe Rooms: 3

Lofts: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 6

Property features: 482 rooms, 39 floors,

restaurants, bars, coffee shops, room service,

business centre, conference and disabled

facilities, parking, valet laundry service, travel

desk, health club / gym, pool, tennis court,

Crown Entertainment Complex.

Room features: Bathrobes, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable TV,

fridge, mini bar, safe, ironing, tea / coffee,

phone & internet facilities, desk, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Executive/Premier Club Suite: 2

Studio: 2

Deluxe/Premier Rooms: 3

Tower Suite: 5

Map reference: Page 38 Number 8

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid 01 Apr – 31 Aug 11 &

21 Nov – 29 Dec 12).

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid 01 Apr – 31 Aug 12 &

21 Nov – 29 Dec 12).

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melbourne (MEL) 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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Melbourne Accommodation

Stamford Plaza

HHHH

Experience premium luxury in Melbourne’s finest all-suite hotel. Located

at the “Paris end” of Little Collins Street, in the heart of the CBD, and

surrounded by theatres, art galleries, exclusive shopping boutiques,

restaurants and bars. Also within walking distance to the city’s famous

sporting arenas. This is the perfect place to immerse yourself in

Melbourne’s vibrant culture. Your home away from home, features

apartment-style suites with spacious living and dining areas.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, conference facilities, disabled facilities,

lifts, valet laundry service, luggage storage,

safe deposit, internet facilities, porter service.

Room features: Bath in all rooms,

bathrobes, hairdryer, air-conditioning, in

house movies, colour TV, mini bar, kitchenette

(only in one bedroom studio), full kitchen (in

all other rooms),ironing facilities, safe, direct

dial telephone, wireless internet, daily maid

service.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Suite: 3

Two Bedroom Suite: 4

Map reference: Page 38 Number 30

from $ 143

TO $ 166

per person per night

THE SEBEL ALBERT PARK

MELBOURNE

HHHH

Located opposite Albert Park Lake and just minutes from Melbourne’s

bustling CBD, St Kilda Road and Chapel Street precincts. The hotel offers

spacious and well appointed guestrooms and suites, many with views

over Albert Park Lake and the sunsets over Port Phillip Bay. Three dining

outlets are located within the hotel, offering modern Australian cuisine and

internationally inspired dishes.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, cafe,

24-hour reception, in-room dining and

concierge, valet parking, daily house keeping

service, guest laundry service, conference

facilities, currency exchange, business centre,

heated indoor swimming pool, spa, sauna

and fully equipped gymnasium.

Room features: Bath, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-house movies, colour TV,

fridge, mini bar, safe, direct dial phone,

internet data point, daily maid service, tea/

coffee making facilities, LCD flat screen TV

with satellite channels, iron and ironing board,

high-speed broadband internet.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Sebel Queen/Twin Room: 4

Sebel Queen Lake View: 3

Sebel Family Room: 4

Map reference: Page 38 Number 26

from $ 110

per person per night

Honeymooners receive a bottle of sparkling wine and chocolate

dipped strawberries on arrival.

Honeymooners receive a complimentary bottle of Australian

Sparkling Wine on arrival.

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne (MEL) 65 Queens Road, Melbourne (MEL)

Novotel Melbourne On Collins

HHHH

from $ 140

per person per night

Located in the heart of Melbourne - the contemporary Novotel Melbourne

on Collins is the city’s most centrally located hotel. The best of

Melbourne’s attractions are walking distance or a short tram ride away.

Offering travelers a choice of beautifully appointed room types and suites,

each peaceful space is designed for natural living with every modern

convenience on hand for your wellbeing.

Property features: Located above Australia

on Collins shopping centre, offering over 60

retail outlets, restaurant, bar, 24 hour room

service, valet car parking, disabled facilities,

health club/gym, wireless internet, all rooms

non-smoking, indoor heated swimming pool.

Room features: Bath/shower, hairdryer,

cable TV, flat screen TV, air-conditioning,

fridge, mini bar, ironing facilities, tea/coffee

making facilities, direct dial phone, in-house

movies (charge applies), modem data point,

broadband wireless internet.

Child policy: Accommodation and breakfast

free for up to two children under 16 years

old sharing a room with adults in existing

bedding. Offering healthy and balanced meals

and complimentary Nickelodeon channel.

Maximum people per room

Standard Queen: 3

Standard Twin: 4

Premier Room: 2

Map reference: Page 38 Number 23

Premier Room

Stay 3 nights and receive complimentary buffet breakfast daily

for two (valid 01 Apr – 31 Jul 12).

270 Collins Street, Melbourne (MEL)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

HHHHH

Located at the prestigious ‘Paris end’ of Collins Street, Sofitel Melbourne

on Collins commands the city’s premier address and is surrounded

by historic buildings, elegant boutiques and corporate headquarters.

Magnificently furnished in contemporary style, each room offers the

ultimate in comfort and tasteful design.

Property features: Bars, restaurant, coffee

shop, room service, health club, non smoking

rooms, boutique, business centre, conference

facilities, lift, disabled facilities.

Room features: Air-conditioning, hairdryer,

fridge, mini bar, inhouse movies, personal

safe, fax/modem, AM/FM radio, direct dial

phone, tea/coffee making facilities, cable TV,

ironing facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Classic/Luxury/Superior Room: 3

Prestige/Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 28

from $ 211

per person per night

Melbourne Accommodation

Stay 2 or more nights and receive complimentary daily buffet

breakfast for 2 people (valid 01 Apr – 31 Aug 12).

25 Collins Street, Melbourne (MEL)

The Westin Melbourne

HHHHH

from $ 226

per person per night

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

HHHHH

from $ 198

per person per night

(min 4 night stay may apply)

Situated in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, amongst the city’s famous

theatres, shopping precincts, galleries and restaurants, all of which are

only minutes walk away. This hotel is referred to by many as ‘the stylish

centrepiece of the city’. The Westin is a 7-floor, multi award winning,

deluxe hotel and is absolute luxury. The property has a European

influenced design and is chic in style.

Property features: 24 hour reception,

24 hour room service, dry cleaning/laundry

service, restaurant, bar, car parking available,

business facilities, swimming pool, spa,

sauna.

Room features: Air-conditioning, ironing

facilities, inhouse movies, safe, internet

& fax data port, hairdryer, mini bar, direct

dial phone, tea/coffee making facilities,

broadband internet.

Child policy: Children 0-3 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio/Deluxe/Westin/City View Room:

2 adults/2 adults 1 child

Map reference: Page 38 Number 33

Grand Hyatt Melbourne is the city’s centre of luxury, located on Collins St

in the heart of Melbourne’s most prestigious shopping, dining and theatre

precinct and within walking distance to many tourist attractions. Spacious

guest rooms are furnished with Hyatt custom made beds and Egyptian

cotton linen, with floor to ceiling windows offering spectacular Melbourne

city views. The hotel’s dynamic restaurant, Collins Kitchen, offers guests

an interactive experience with an open show kitchen and serves multiple

food concepts, while the bar, RU-CO, offers the finest selection of

beverages.

Property features: City club health and

fitness centre, indoor swimming pool, day

spa services, tennis court, meeting rooms,

hotel restaurant, bar, grand club lounge.

Room features: Separate work area, marble

bath, mini bar, video on demand, dataport,

high-speed internet access, robes, hairdryer,

24-hour room service, cable/satellite TV

channels, 24-hour concierge, dual line

phones, individual air-conditioning control,

in-room safe, morning newspaper, voicemail,

tea/coffee making facilities, LCD TV, Wifi in all

rooms and lobby.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Grand/Grand View/Grand Club room: 3

Grand Suite/Ambassador Suite/

Diplomatic Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 38 Number 10

Stay two or more nights and receive complimentary full buffet

breakfast for two in Allegro Restaurant (valid 01 Apr – 27 Sep

12 & 16 Dec 12 – 11 Jan 13).

Stay 4 nights in a Grand Room and receive upgrade to a

View Room (excluding special event dates).

205 Collins Street, Melbourne (MEL) 123 Collins Street, Melbourne (MEL)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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GO KOALA HOTEL PASS

GO KOALA is a convenient, flexible, and cost effective voucher programme

designed specifically for the independent traveller/visitor to Australia.

Passengers may purchase pre-booked or open-dated accommodation vouchers

depending on the degree of flexibility they desire. This pass product offers the most comprehensive hotel product than any of

its other competitors, particularly in the most sought-after destinations like the Northern Territory, Tasmania and Queensland.

GO KOALA features an excellent range of accommodation properties ranging from 3 to 5 star standard located in key city,

resort and regional locations throughout all States and Territories of Australia.

Why do our clients love Go Koala?

• Easy to book!

Good coverage of properties in regional and outback locations

• Represents significant overall value and flexibility

• Choice of pre booked or open-dated voucher

• No minimum or maximum night requirements

The range of accommodation is so varied that the hotels have been divided into six colour

categories to assist your clients in planning their holiday. Below is a guide to the colour codes:

Bronze: From $74 per person, per night, share twin

Generally good standard budget style hotels and motels located in regional Australia and/or

city locations.

Silver: From $90 per person, per night, share twin

Standard quality accommodation with good range of facilities.

Gold: From $108 per person, per night, share twin

First Class hotels and resorts with excellent services and facilities.

Jade: From $124 per person, per night, share twin

Superior accommodation in many locations throughout Australia.

Platinum: From $148 per person, per night, share twin

Deluxe style hotels and resorts located in city or resort destinations.

Platinum Plus: From $178 per person, per night, share twin

Mainly excellent hotels, resorts and remote locations.

GOLDEN CHAIN MOTEL PASS

The best way to experience Australia is to stay in accommodation that’s as

unique and friendly as Australia itself! Golden Chain also know that you want

to relax and enjoy everything that Australia has to offer with the assurance

that your accommodation is welcoming and comfortable.

Proudly all-Australian and with over 135 properties across all States and

Territories of Australia, Golden Chain are proud of their consistent high

standards. You can be assured of excellent value for money at any of their

properties.

BENEFITS OF THE GOLDEN CHAIN MOTEL PASS SYSTEM

• One rate per night, single or double occupancy

• Simple, flexible and easy to use open dated or pre booked voucher system

Golden Chain Australia Directory provided

• All properties feature tea/coffee making facilities, private bathrooms, fridge and television.

BLUE: From $70 per person, per night, share twin

Good quality standard accommodation

green: From $83 per person, per night, share twin

Excellent quality mid range accommodation

gold: From $101 per person, per night, share twin

Superior accommodation


SELF-DRIVE ITINERARY – VICTORIA

5 DAY – THE GREAT SOUTHERN TOURING ROUTE

The Great Southern Touring Route offers the very best of Victoria’s attractions

– stunning coastal and inland scenery, history and heritage all in a circular

route connecting Melbourne to 3 of Victoria’s regional cities – Geelong,

Warrnambool and Ballarat.

Highlights: • Werribee Open Range Zoo • Surfworld • Otway Fly

• 12 Apostles • Flagstaff Hill • Sovereign Hill • Eureka Centre • Ballarat

Wildlife Park • Wineries • Loch Ard Gorge • 12 Apostles Helicopters

Day 1 Melbourne to Lorne. Distance: 142kms (2 hours)

From Melbourne travel towards Geelong along the Princes Highway, stopping at

Werribee Park which features an award winning historic mansion and the Werribee

Open Range Zoo, an ‘Out of Africa’ adventure. Geelong’s new waterfront is a

popular attraction to take a break.

Then it’s on to Torquay Australia’s surfing capital with beautiful beaches, a

surfing museum, and a great shopping centre devoted to surfwear and surfing

merchandise. Torquay is the official start of the Great Ocean Road, where it begins

to wind its way through Angelsea and onto Lorne. With the ocean on one side

and rainforest behind, Lorne is a cosmopolitan beachside destination, popular for

swimming and surfing. Overnight in Lorne

We recommend to stay at Cumberland Lorne Resort (GO KOALA) situated in the

heart of cosmopolitan Lorne and located opposite the surf beach.

Day 2 Lorne to Warrnambool. Distance: 120kms (3 hours, 15 minutes)

The road hugs the coastline to Apollo Bay, providing spectacular lookout

opportunities along the way. Apollo Bay is set in the picturesque green foothills of

Otway National Park and boasts long sandy beaches and deep-blue sea. Sample

some freshly caught seafood.

The Great Ocean Road briefly leaves the coast as you head through Otway National

Park where you’ll marvel at mighty fern gullies, huge trees, beautiful waterfalls and

native animals in the lush temperate rainforest.

As the Great Ocean Road returns to the coast, the majesty of the Port Campbell

National Park quickly begins to unfold. Colossal rock stacks soar from the ocean

floor and blowholes roar with spouting water. The massive Twelve Apostles are a

highlight. More of nature’s beauty is revealed in the Bay of Islands Coastal Park

on the drive to Warrnambool. The picturesque city overlooks the deep blue of the

Southern Ocean and has a fascinating maritime history. Overnight in Warrnambool

We recommend to stay at Anchor Belle Motel (Golden Chain GOLD) situated right in

the heart of Warrnambool walking distance to an array of restaurants, shops & cafes.

Day 3 Warrnambool to Halls Gap. Distance: 170kms (2 hours, 15 minutes)

On the way to Halls Gap, visit Tower Hill to intimately observe Australian wildlife

in a dormant volcano or experience bush culture with Worn Gundidj, the local

Aboriginals. Travel a further 10 minutes along the road to the historic fishing village

of Port Fairy. Nearing the Grampians, the pristine beauty and enormity of the

ranges becomes apparent as they begin to dominate the horizon. In the Grampians

National Park, you’ll discover hidden valleys, waterfalls, lakes and wildlife.

Overnight in Halls Gap.

We recommend to stay at Halls Gap Log Cabins (Golden Chain GOLD) offering

peace & tranquility with spectacular mountain & valley views from your selfcontained

log cabin.

Day 4 Halls Gap to Ballarat. Distance: 142kms (1 hours, 45 minutes)

The touring route continues onto Ballarat and along the way you can take a selfguided

tour of the wine regions of the Pyrenees, Grampians and Ballarat and learn

the intimate secrets of some of Australia’s best cool-climate wines along the Great

Grape Touring Route. In Ararat you’ll find Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre, which

re-lives the journey and story of gold prospectors from Southern China and their

discovery of Australia’s largest alluvial goldfield.

The legacy of the boom from the gold rush days is evident in the majestic

architecture and wide tree-lined streets of Ballarat. Strike gold at Sovereign Hill, the

city’s major attraction Overnight in Ballarat

We recommend to stay at Begonia City Motor Inn (Golden Chain GREEN) situated in

a quiet location just 7 mins from Ballarat CBD & Sovereign Hill.

Day 5 Ballarat to Melbourne: 115kms (1 hour, 25 minutes)

Spend the day looking around Ballarat, as it boasts a number of other great

attractions including the Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, beautiful botanic gardens, the

Eureka Centre and a wildlife park. At Ballarat Wildlife Park enjoy close contact

with Australian native animals. Finally your adventure finishes with your return to

Melbourne.

We recommend to stay at Richmond Hill Hotel (golden Chain GOLD) 3 Star comfort

and style in a heritage building, just minutes from Arts & Theatre and the famous MCG.

Total distance: 689kms.

5 DAY – MELBOURNE TO SYDNEY HERITAGE DRIVE

The inland self-drive route takes you to historic towns built on the riches of

19th-century gold rushes, ports where paddle steamers dock, banks of the

beautiful Murray River and Australia’s capital city Canberra, the place where it

all started.

Highlights: • Discover a gold nugget in Bendigo • Cycle a winery trail

• Ride a historic paddle steamer • Play a round of golf beside the Murray

River • Explore regional and national museums • Visit the Australian War

Memorial • Cycle around Lake Burley Griffin

Day 1 Melbourne to Bendigo. Distance 170kms (2 hours, 30 minutes)

The freeway from Melbourne to Bendigo leads past idyllic Mount Macedon and

through Victoria’s apple region Harcourt Valley. In Bendigo, discover the city’s rich

past with a day visiting attractions. Discover gold history at Central Deborah Gold

Mine, view some of Australia’s most significant artwork at Bendigo Art Gallery or

wander through the historic streets admiring boom-time architecture. At the Golden

Dragon Museum learn about Bendigo’s rich Chinese heritage or see Australia’s

oldest working pottery at Bendigo Pottery.

We recommend Benidgo Haymarket Motor Inn (Golden Chain GOLD) Located just

500m from the city centre.

Day 2 Bendigo to Echuca-Moama. Distance 100kms (1 hour)

Head north from Bendigo along the Midland Highway towards Echuca and Moama,

towns built on the pioneering history of the riverboat travde. From the 1860s to

1900, Echuca-Moama was the hub of Australia’s riverboat trade. Board a paddle

steamer cruise and experience the magical Murray River. You will find many of the

original buildings still standing in High Street and occupied by boutique-style shops,

accommodation and restaurants.

We recommend Riverboat Lodge Motor Inn (Golden Chain GREEN) Located in the

heart of Echuca, just a short stroll to the Historic Port area, restaurants & shops.

Day 3 Echuca-Moama to Albury-Wodonga. Distance 275kms (3 hours)

The journey to Albury-Wodonga, a thriving inland city with a cosmopolitan

restaurant and café culture. Beautifully set amid rolling valleys, these two towns

truly capture the life of the Murray River. Fishing and canoeing or kayaking can

be enjoyed on the Murray and Mitta Mitta rivers and at Lake Hume. Lake Hume

is capable of holding 3,000,000 megalitres of water, approximately five times the

volume of Sydney Harbour. Water is retained nearly 40 kilometres up both river

valleys making it a wonderful area for sailing and water skiing. There is no shortage

of golfing around Albury-Wodonga either.

We recommend to stay at Commodore Motor Inn & Apartments (Golden Chain

GREEN) perfectly positioned right in the centre of Albury CBD, offering stylishly

appointed accommodation.

Day 4 Albury-Wodonga to Canberra. Distance 345kms (4 hours)

Take the Hume Highway north to Canberra. This well-planned city was established

in 1911 to create a capital for the newly federated country of Australia. Hidden

beneath Canberra’s leafy surrounds is a thriving modern city with national

attractions that hold and share the treasures of the nation. Key attractions include

National Museum of Australia, old and new Parliament House, Cockington Green,

the Australian Institute of Sport, Australian War Memorial and Questacon. Nearby

vineyards and great restaurants across Australia’s Capital City compliment the great

attractions and shopping.

We recommend to stay at Forrest Hotel & Apartments (Golden Chain GOLD)

situated in the leafy suburb of Forrest just a 5 min drive to the CBD.

Day 5 Canberra to Sydney. Distance 280kms (3 hours)

The final leg of the journey leaves Canberra and charts a course to Goulburn, with a

rich pioneer history, and through the Southern Highlands to Australia’s most famous

city, Sydney. There are also the quaint villages and towns of Moss Vale, Bowral,

Mittagong and Berrima with lots of antique and craft shops and relaxing cafes.

Kiwi’s will love Bowral’s Sir Donald Bradman Museum. The final section of the drive

along the Hume Highway takes you through the south-western suburbs of Sydney.

Optional drives from Moss Vale will reconnect you with the Sydney Melbourne

Coastal Drive where you can enter Sydney via the Grand Pacific Drive though

Wollongong and the South Coast.

We recommend to stay at Travelodge Sydney City (GO KOALA), Great location for a

Sydney City Stay.

SELF-DRIVE ITINERARY – VICTORIA

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Welcome to Yarra Valley

Welcome to Yarra Valley

Less than an hour from Melbourne is the rich fertile

Yarra Valley which produces some of the world’s best wines.

The area is dotted with fruit orchards, market gardens,

vineyards and flower farms. Beside it, rising to a height of

approx 550 metres are the lush Dandenong Ranges with

their famous forest walks, fern glades and tall mountain ash

trees. A short distance to the east can be found the

Upper Yarra Valley extending to Warburton and beyond

where the mountain streams tumble their way over rocks and

cascades to the start of the famous Yarra River which gives

the Yarra Valley its name.

Must See & Do

Over 55 wineries – most with cellar door tastings. Victorian wine

growing started in the Yarra Valley where many wineries match

wine and local produce in restaurants sure to please!

Marysville and Warbuton – distant blue ranges, rolling hills strung

with vines, towering trees and verdant valleys with pristine rivers.

Hot Air Balloon – for a fresh and exciting view of the valley.

Take to the dawn skies in a hot air balloon before gently

descending into a vineyard to enjoy breakfast!

Healesville Sanctuary – home to native Australian birds and

animals like platypus, koalas, Tasmanian devils, lyrebirds,

echidnas and more.

The Sebel Heritage Yarra Valley

HHHH

from $ 150

per person per night

Nestled in the spectacular Yarra Valley wine region, just 45 minutes from

Melbourne lies The Sebel Heritage Yarra Valley. This elegant lodge style

hotel is positioned on the doorstep of over 100 renowned wineries and

boasts stylish accommodation, 2 championship golf courses, Mii Spa day

spa, swimming pool, restaurant, bars and tennis courts.

Property features: Restaurant, 2 bars,

24-hour reception, in-room dining and

concierge, valet parking, daily house keeping

service, guest laundry service and conference

facilities, indoor heated swimming pool,

steam room, 2 floodlit tennis courts, fully

equipped gymnasium, Mii Spa Day Spa, Jack

Nicklaus designed ‘St John’ golf course, Tony

Cashmore designed ‘The Henley’ golf course,

driving range with extensive grounds for

jogging and walking.

Room features: Air-conditioning, balcony,

hairdryer, cable TV, fridge, mini bar, ironing

facilities, in room safe, tea/coffee making

facilities, direct dial phone, bath/shower,

internet data port, fax connection, desk, LCD

flat screen TV with satellite channels, 24-hour

on demand movies.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Deluxe Room: 4

Honeymooners receive a complimentary bottle of Australian

Sparkling Wine on arrival & 20% off Mii Spa treatments (subject

to availability).

Heritage Ave, Yarra Valley (ZYV)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


WELCOME TO the GREAT SOUTHERN TOURING ROUTE

Marvellous Melbourne, the cosmopolitan capital with its

dramatic towers, art galleries, restaurants and charming river,

is a natural starting and finishing point. The romance of the

Great Ocean Road, with its rugged coastline, lush forests

and overpowering sense of freedom, is an unforgettable

experience. The road also links major regional cities of

Geelong and Warrnambool. The soaring mountains of The

Grampians National Park have been the spiritual heartland of

the Aboriginal peoples for tens of thousands of years.

Ballarat and its Goldfields are a heady mix of the romance

and majesty of the 1850s gold rush and a whole range

of modern treasures.

Must See & Do

Sovereign Hill and Blood on the Southern Cross – strike gold

at Sovereign Hill! By day experience the gold fever that gripped

Australia in the 1850’s at this outdoor museum. By night see

‘Blood on the Southern Cross’ – the spectacular sound and light

show.

Brambuk National Park and Cultural Centre – visit Brambuk

National Park & Cultural Centre to learn more about Aboriginal

Heritage. The centre is run by Aboriginal communities from the

Wimmera and South-western Victoria.

Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum – a recreated 1850-1900

maritime village at Warrnambool. At night you can view the

stunning sound and laser show ‘Shipwrecked’.

Great Ocean Road Helicopters – the ride of a lifetime! Tour Port

Campbell National Park and enjoy an unsurpassed view of the

Twelve Apostles.

WELCOME TO the GREAT SOUTHERN TOURING ROUTE

Mercure Geelong

HHHH

from $ 80

per person per night

THE SEBEL DEEP BLUE

WARRNAMBOOL

HHHH

from $ 97

per person per night

With only a short drive to the Great Ocean Road, Mercure Geelong gives

you the opportunity to take advantage of all the Bellarine Peninsula and

Surf Coast have to offer. Whether travelling for business or leisure the

Mercure Hotel Geelong is ideally located in the heart of Geelong close

to shopping and business centres, the Eastern Beach waterfront, quality

restaurants and major attractions.

The Sebel Deep Blue Warrnambool is perfectly positioned on a peninsula

between Lady Bay and Stingray Bay. Known as Victoria’s ‘City by the

Sea’, Warrnambool is the largest settlement on the picturesque Great

Ocean Road and offers a charming maritime atmosphere. The hotel offers

stylish accommodation featuring private balconies many with breathtaking

views, a restaurant, Day Spa, gymnasium, a stunning heated indoor

swimming pool and is only a short stroll to the beach.

Property features: Restaurant & bar,

outdoor pool & spa, conference facilities,

laundry services, gym, wireless internet.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

tea/coffee making facilities, city and bay

views, Cable TV, in-house movies, mini bar,

phone, wireless & cabled internet.

Child policy: Children 0 – 15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Queen: 2

Standard Twin: 4

Property features: 24-hour reception,

in-room dining and concierge, daily house

keeping service, guest laundry service,

undercover car parking, conference facilities,

restaurant and bar, an indoor heated

swimming pool, day spa, geothermal mineral

pools and gymnasium.

Room features: Individual balconies,

air-conditioning, ceiling fans, flat screen TV’s,

CD player, broadband, ensuite bathrooms,

iron and ironing board, high-speed

broadband and wireless internet, hairdryer,

tea/coffee making facilities, deluxe mini bar,

international direct dial access.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Seascape Studio Room: 2

Ocean View Studio Room: 2

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2.

Honeymooners receive a bottle of Australian Sparkling Wine

on arrival.

Cnr Gheringhap & Myers Streets, Geelong (GEX)

16 Pertobe Road, Warrnambool, Victoria (WMB)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Welcome to Daylesford

Welcome to Daylesford

Celebrate the enriching effects of water flowing through

charming towns dotted around Daylesford and the Macedon

Ranges, from the indulgence of luxury spas, the decadent

food and wine, the lush environment, the artistic bent and

the holistic therapies.

HEPBURN BATHHOUSE

The jewel in the crown of Australia’s Spa Capital, the historic Hepburn Bathhouse

& Spa is nestled in the Hepburn Mineral Springs Reserve near Daylesford.

The Hepburn Bathhouse offers a diverse range of hydrotherapies centred on

the region’s mineral waters, renowned for their therapeutic qualities. For those

seeking a more tranquil experience, the Spa offers private mineral baths,

luxurious face and body therapies and spa rituals.

Adjacent to the Hepburn Bathhouse & Spa, the historic Hepburn Pavilion Café

has been providing hospitality to locals and visitors since 1908. The Pavilion Café

is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and delicious morning or afternoon tea with

house-baked scones, cakes and pastries.

Open: Mon – Sun 9am to 6.30pm

Adult (Tue – Fri) $70

Adult (Sat – Mon & Public Holiday) $95

Additional charges apply for The Spa and Spa Treatments.

Hepburn Bathhouse is restricted to those aged 16 years and over

Lake House

HHHH

from $ 436

per person per night

(min 2 night stay applies on weekends)

Peppers Mineral

Springs Retreat

HHHH

from $ 159

per person per night

(min 3 night stay may apply)

Nestled on the shores of Lake Daylesford, 80 minutes from Melbourne,

this small luxury hotel is regarded as one of Australia’s best. With an

award winning restaurant, cellar and state of the art day spa, this is a great

destination for foodies and those after some indulgent rest & relaxation.

Set in the village of Hepburn Springs in the heart of Victoria’s Spa Country,

Peppers Mineral Springs Retreat is a historic Art Deco hotel that adds

a dash of Gatsby glamour to Hepburn Spring’s accommodation. Built

in 1935, the main building of Peppers Mineral Springs Retreat has been

beautifully restored, combining the character of the art deco resort with

contemporary décor.

Property features: Tennis Court, private

cellar, day spa, lounge areas, picnic hampers.

Room features: Hairdryer, cable TV,

in-house movies, fridge, mini bar, ironing

facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, direct

dial, telephone, daily maid service.

Child policy: Addition person charge

applies for accommodation. Only available in

Waterfront Suites

Maximum people per room

Lodge Room: 2

Waterfront Room: 2

Waterfront Suite: 3

Property features: Wild Birch Restaurant,

room service, Mineral Spa, Sauna, open air

hot and cool plunge pools, Yoga/Tai Chi,

reading room.

Room features: Air conditioning, tea/coffee

making facilities, mini bar/refrigerators, cable

TV, ironing facilities, hairdryer, internet access,

alarm clock.

Child policy: Children 0 – 12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Traditional Hotel Room: 2

Garden Room: 3

Garden Spa Room: 3

Hotel Spa Room: 3

Hotel Superior Room: 2

Contemporary Superior Room: 2

4 King Street - Daylesford, Victoria (ZDA) 124 Main Street, Hepburn Springs, Victoria (ZDA)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Welcome to the Mornington Peninsula

On the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay, the Mornington

Peninsula has a vast ocean to the south and bays and

sheltered beaches on either side. Drive along the coastlines

and cruise quiet country roads, and the Peninsula’s love

affair with wine, fresh produce and bountiful food on the

table quickly becomes obvious. With a climate that is very

similar to the Mediterranean, the Peninsula’s landscapes

have become similar too. Silvery olive groves, rolling hills

laced with vineyards, waterfront cafes and restaurants,

roadside signs for local produce and lively local markets.

Must See & Do

Visit Sorrento – with its 19th century buildings and excellent

eateries, boutiques and galleries.

Stop off at Mornington – enjoy cosmopolitan sidewalk cafes and

a picturesque harbour.

Visit Flinders – a charming fishing hamlet! Take a trip to nearby

Cape Schanck where you will enjoy superb views of Bass Strait.

Wineries – head inland and explore the abundance of vineyards

tucked away among the rolling hills of Red Hill and Main Ridge.

Wineries and restaurants overlook the blue waters of Port Phillip

Bay to the west and Western Port Bay to the east.

Welcome to the Mornington Peninsula

Play golf – the Mornington Peninsula is a golfing heaven.

Peninsula Hot Springs

Just over an hours drive South of Melbourne on the beautiful Mornington

Peninsula natural hot mineral waters flow from deep under ground and into the

many pools and private baths at Peninsula Hot Springs. Bathe in the thermal

waters, relax at the Spa Dreaming Centre and dine in the café at this tranquil

costal oasis of health and wellbeing. Entering the bathing area is like stepping

into another world, a sanctuary where the mind and body are calmed by the

steam, soothing aroma and the sound of running water. It’s a place where time is

forgotten and lingering is part of the code of harmony.

Open: 7.30am – 10.00pm 7 days a week

$33 Adult / $17 Child (5-16yrs) / $11 Infant (1 month – 4yrs)

Additional charges apply for Spa Dreaming Centre and Spa Treatments

Peppers Moonah Links Resort

HHHH

from $ 142

TO $ 163

per person per night

Located on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, Peppers Moonah Links

Resort is one of Australia’s finest golf resorts, home to the 2005 Australian

Open, featuring luxury accommodation, two 18 hole championship golf

courses and an endota spa. Peppers Moonah Links Resort is the ultimate

destination for golf enthusiasts and perfect for visitors looking for stylish

accommodation from which to explore the delights of the Mornington

Peninsula region. The resort offers guests luxury accommodation all with

balconies overlooking the stunning course or putting green.

Property features: Two 18-hole

championship golf courses, practice facilities,

stunning pavilion, pro-shop professional

tuition (group and individual), endota

spa, swimming pool, bike hire, volleyball,

badminton, croquet, tennis, gymnasium.

Room features: Air-conditioning, hairdryer,

internet access, fridge, balcony or patio,

direct dial phone, tea/coffee making facilities,

CD player.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Open Room: 2

One Bedroom Suite: 3

Moonah Room: 2

Peter Thomson Drive, Fingal, Mornington Peninsula (MQR)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Maps

Etihad

Stadium

Melbourne

Docklands

COURTNEY ST

ARDEN ST

CHETWYND ST

QUEENSBERRY ST

West

Melbourne

SPENCER ST

Southern Cross

Interstate

Rly Stn

World

Trade

Centre

North

Melbourne

ROSSLYN

KING ST

Flagstaff

Gardens

LATROBE ST

Polly

Woodside

LORIMER ST

FLEMINGTON RD

PEEL ST

WILLIAM ST

Flagstaff

U/G Stn

LITTLE LONSDALE ST

Queen

Victoria

Market

LONSDALE ST

14

Spencer St

Bridge

ROYAL PARADE

LITTLE BOURKE ST

Rialto Towers

Observation

Deck

12

SPENCER ST

1

NORMANBY RD

ELIZABETH ST

VICTORIA ST

A'BECKETT ST

BOURKE ST

LITTLE COLLINS ST

Kings

Bridge

Melbourne

University

To Melbourne

Zoological

Gardens

H

Melbourne Central

U/G Stn

8

7

Crown 6

Entertainment

Complex

CLARENDON ST

WILLIAM ST

Airport

FRANKLIN ST

QUEEN ST

20

MARKET ST

COLLINS ST

Yarra

27

24

Old

Melbourne

Gaol

RMIT

Melbourne

Central

29

GPO

Queens

Bridge

QUEENSBRIDGE ST

GRATTAN ST

ELIZABETH ST

3

SWANSTON ST

9

FLINDERS LANE

FLINDERS ST

25

MAFFRA ST

State Library

& National

Museum

Mall

Qantas

Chinatown

Flinders St

Rly Stn

SOUTHBANK

Carlton

DRUMMOND ST

VICTORIA ST

City

Square

Princes

Bridge

34

Southgate

Victorian

Arts Centre

CITY

SWANSTON ST WALK

31

22

23

2

5

RD

LYGON ST

11

19

33

STURT ST

17

RUSSELL ST

32

BLVD

RATHDOWNE ST

13

4

GRANT ST

10

Melbourne

Concert

Hall

BARKLY ST

Carlton

Gardens

Melbourne

Museum

Royal

Exhibition

Building

18

EXHIBITION ST

National

Gallery of

Victoria

Parliament

U/G Stn

Federation

Square

ST KILDA RD

30

SPRING ST

15

28

Myer

Music

Bowl

NICHOLSON ST

EXHIBITION ST

JEFFRIES PDE

ALEXANDRA AV

PALMER ST

Parliament

House

21

River

BRUNSWICK ST

GERTRUDE ST

MACARTHUR ST

Treasury

Gardens

BATMAN AV

LANSDOWNE ST

Fitzroy

VICTORIA PDE

ALBERT ST

Flinders

Park

Melbourne

Park

Swan St Bridge

Melbourne Sports

& Entertainment

Centre

DOMAIN TUNNEL

16

GEORGE ST

East

Melbourne

Fitzroy

Gardens

Cook's

Cottage

WELLINGTON PDE

CLARENDON ST

SMITH ST

Jolimont MCG

Rly Stn

Melbourne

Cricket

Ground

BRUNTON

AVE

Yarra

Park

SWAN ST

Olympic

Park

Gosch's

Paddock

STH

EASTERN

FWY

KINGS WAY

COVENTRY ST

Victoria

Barracks

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Royal Botanic

Gardens

KEY (Alphabetical Order)

All Seasons Kingsgate Hotel 1

Causeway Inn On The Mall 2

Causeway 353 Hotel 3

Citadines on Bourke Melbourne 4

Citigate Melbourne 5

Crown Metropol 6

Crown Promenade 7

Crown Towers 8

Formule 1 Melbourne 9

Grand Hyatt Melbourne 10

Hotel Causeway 11

MELBOURNE

YORK ST

Hotel Enterprize 12

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne 13

Hotel Ibis Little Bourke 14

Mantra 100 Exhibition 15

Mantra on Jolimont 16

Mantra on Russell 17

Mantra on the Park 18

Mantra Southbank 19

Medina Grand Melbourne 20

Mercure Melbourne Spring Street 21

Mercure Welcome Melbourne 22

Novotel Melbourne on Collins 23

MORAY ST

PARK ST

ALBERT ROAD

KINGS WAY

Shrine Oaks of on Market 24

Remembrance

Rendezvous Melbourne 25

Sebel Albert Park Melbourne 26

Sebel Melbourne 27

Sofitel Melbourne on Collins 28

Somerset On Elizabeth 29

Stamford Plaza Melbourne 30

The Swanston Hotel Grand Mercure 31

The Victoria Hotel 32

The Westin Melbourne 33

Travelodge Southbank Melbourne 34

ST KILDA

DOMAIN ROAD

ROAD

TOORAK ROAD WEST

ANDERSON ST

QUEENS ROAD

38

Albert Park Lake

To St Kilda


Booking Conditions

1. Our Services and Obligations

1.1 The services within this brochure are supplied by wholesaler

GO Holidays, a division of Stella Travel Services NZ. They

consist of arranging and co-ordinating travel, entertainment and

accommodation facilities and services, and making bookings,

issuing tickets and issuing vouchers to be redeemed by

suppliers.

1.2 We undertake to perform these services with reasonable care

and skill. We will not be liable for any loss or damage, or loss of

enjoyment which result from the act, default or omission of any

person other than ourselves or employees, or any cause

beyond our control. This includes (but is not limited to) loss,

damage or loss of enjoyment which arises directly or indirectly

from an Act of God, weather disruptions, dangers incidental to

sea, fire, breakdown in machinery or equipment, acts of

Government or authorities whether legitimate or not, wars

whether declared or not, hostilities, acts of terrorism, civil

disturbances, strikes, lockouts, riots, deaths, pilferage,

epidemics, quarantines or medical, customs or immigration or

emigration regulations.

1.3 We are not able to exercise control over services we do not

supply directly, therefore we will not be responsible for any loss

or damage arising from:

• Any booking made directly with a service supplier by your

travel agent or by yourself direct; or

• Any services which are not provided by us and which are

additional to those described in this brochure.

1.4 We will endeavour to provide the most suitable travel

arrangements to meet the particular requirements you make

known to us. However, travel is an individual experience, and

your preferences and opinions may vary from our own. For this

reason, we cannot take responsibility for your individual

satisfaction, neither can we take responsibility for weather nor

for compatibility of fellow guests or staff during the course of

your travel.

2. Supply of Travel, Entertainment, Accommodation Service

and Facilities

2.1 When we make bookings with the providers of travel,

accommodation, entertainment, activities, facilities or services

(“the Suppliers”) we are acting as a booking agent for the

Suppliers.

2.2 All travel, entertainment, activities, and accommodation

facilities or services are supplied directly to you by the Supplier.

We have no control over the facilities or services themselves, or

the manner in which they are provided by the Suppliers.

Therefore you should be aware of the following conditions:

• GO Holidays Limited will not be liable for any loss or damage

of any kind that may arise from your use or consumption of,

or inability to use or consume those facilities or services.

• The provision of those facilities or services is subject to the

terms and conditions of your contract with each Supplier.

• Where for any reason, a Supplier is unable to provide

particular facilities or services, then that Supplier may be

entitled, under its contract with you to substitute those

services or facilities with comparable or equivalent facilities

or services without incurring any liability to you. You should

check your contract with each Supplier.

• All facilities or services described by us are subject to

availability from the Supplier.

• GO Holidays Limited will not be liable or responsible for any

loss or damage relating to your baggage, personal

possessions, health or welfare, or delays or travel disruptions

unless these arise directly from the service we provide to you.

3. Business Purposes

You agree that where our services are acquired for business

purposes, or where you hold yourself out as acquiring our

services for business purposes, the Consumer Guarantees Act

1993 will not apply to any supply of goods or services made

under these conditions, and we will not be liable or responsible

for any loss or damage of any kind to you, including any

consequential loss or damage however it may be caused.

4. Information in the Brochure

4.1 This brochure was published on 07 November 2011 and is valid

for services used 01 April 2012 – 31 March 2013 unless

otherwise advised. Exchange rates used when costing this

brochure are as at 07 November 2011.

4.2 While we have exercised reasonable care and skill to ensure

that the contents of this brochure are correct, accurate, and

up-to-date at the time of publishing, please note that the

contents of this brochure are based on information supplied to

us by the Suppliers. We do not have, and cannot be reasonably

expected to have, personal knowledge about all the facilities or

services provided by each Supplier.

4.3 Facilities or services may change after the date of publication.

We endeavour to keep travel agents informed of any changes

to information in this brochure that are brought to our attention.

Prior to booking your ticket, you should ask your travel agent

about any changes to the published information of which your

agent may be aware. You should also make sure that if your

travel agent is advised of changes that occur after booking,

your travel agent is able to contact you.

4.4 All maps, illustrations and photographs are for indicative

purposes only and may not necessarily reflect actual places or

positioning.

4.5 Accommodation must be consecutive at the same hotel to

qualify for free nights. Important: Hotels have the right to

change conditions e.g. 5th night free. Bonus offers: e.g. free

upgrade or late checkouts are subject to availability at time of

stay.

5. Prices

5.1 All prices shown in this brochure are on a per person basis

unless otherwise stated and are expressed in New Zealand

dollars. Vehicle rates are per vehicle.

5.2 Events beyond our control, such as currency fluctuations,

changes to the price of aviation fuel or changes to the cost of

services and facilities may result in the prices charged to you

being different.

5.3 It must be understood that if for any of the reasons mentioned

in Clause 5.2 price increases or variation of terms are notified

to us between the time of booking and departure, we reserve

the right to vary the price to you up to the time of your

departure.

5.4 Prices are based on a composite package of land and air

content. If one only is sought a different basis of cost will apply.

5.5 All prices exclude travel agent service fees.

6. Payment

6.1 A deposit of $100 must be paid to your travel agent within

seven (7) days of verbal or written confirmation of booking

request. Certain Suppliers may also require an additional

booking fee or deposit to be paid.

6.2 A booking requested less than seven (7) days prior to departure

may incur communication charges.

6.3 Final payment shall in all cases by made not less than 30 days

prior to departure. In some cases the terms of the tour or travel

may require full payment at an earlier date. In that case you will

be advised at the time your booking is processed.

6.4 Credit Card not permitted unless travel agent acts as merchant.

7. Amendment or Cancellation

7.1 If you wish, or circumstances require you to amend or cancel

your booking for any reason, you should advise us in writing

through your travel agent at the earliest possible time.

7.2 Where you cancel any booking more than thirty (30) days prior

to your departure you are likely to have to pay a fee. A

cancellation fee of $200 will be imposed where cancellation is

made within thirty (30) days prior to your departure, plus any

suppliers charges as per note 7.3. Please refer however to

Clause 7.6 for special conditions in some cases.

7.3 The above cancellation fees are required to offset booking,

communication and administration charges that will have

already been incurred by us. In addition to our cancellation fee,

you may also be required to pay cancellation fees imposed by

our Suppliers (i.e. airlines, hotels, etc.) The amount of each

Supplier’s cancellation fee is beyond our control, and payment

is solely your responsibility. You should check with your travel

agent concerning the amount of a Supplier’s cancellation fees.

7.4 To the extent that we are able to do so (bearing in mind we are

dependent upon third party availability beyond our control) we

will be pleased to incorporate any reasonable changes you

request. An itinerary change may attract a fee similar to

cancellation fees in Clause 7.2 above to cover our

administration costs.

7.5 Some Suppliers may reserve the right to cancel or amend

travel, accommodation, etc and GO Holidays must therefore

reserve similar rights to cancel or amend any holiday

arrangements.

7.6 There are cases where the terms of supply as to refundability of

pre-payments require provisions different from the above. In

those cases the conditions specific to your tour will be advised

to you at the time your booking is processed.

8. Insurance

We strongly recommend that as a minimum you insure yourself

fully against cancellation, disruption, loss of luggage and

personal property, and medical expenses. Your travel agent will

be able to provide you with further information.

9. Items Not Covered

Unless otherwise specified, the cost of meals, drinks, laundry,

telephone calls, insurance, sightseeing tours, local taxes,

airport departure taxes, aviation insurance levies and passport

or visa application fees are not included.

10. Package Costs

Included in the tour costs are charges for normal booking

procedure costs, communication costs, administration,

research, printing, etc. Where the land arrangements of

holidays are included in a composite package, an itemisation of

costs will not be rendered.

11. Visas / Passports

For all holidays in this brochure you will require a valid

passport. You are responsible for arranging your own passport,

visa and health requirements (including inoculation where

applicable). You should check with your travel agent who will

be able to provide you with the necessary information.

12. Non-Use of Services or Facilities

If, of your own choice, you decide not to use part or parts of

the arranged services or facilities, you will not be entitled to a

refund from us (provided we have carried out our service with

reasonable skill and care and to your requirements) and you

may not be entitled to a refund from any Supplier.

13. GO Holidays Charter for Addressing Problems

In the event that you should strike a problem or you are

dissatisfied with some aspect of the services or facilities during

the course of your trip, our recommendation is that you take

the matter up directly with the supplier of the service at the

time, or as soon as practicable in the circumstances. This

provides the opportunity to have the matter discussed and

investigated on the spot and a remedy negotiated then and

there to enable you to continue enjoying your holiday. We have

found from experience that it is very difficult (in some countries

impossible) for us to obtain redress for you once travel has

been completed. If this does not work, we wish to be involved

at the earliest possible moment and our commitment is that we

will immediately work on resolving the issue to your

satisfaction.

14. Health or Disability

Some Suppliers may reserve the right to refuse to carry or

accommodate people who, because of a health condition or

disability, may require services or facilities to be provided in a

special manner or at a certain stage of pregnancy. You should

check this with your travel agent.

15. Legal Claims

The laws of New Zealand will govern any claims or legal action

in connection with the provision of our services to you. Any

claim or legal action against the Suppliers is likely to be subject

to the terms of your contract with them, and may be governed

by the laws of other countries.

Please Read These

Conditions Carefully

The guarantees under the Consumer

Guarantees Act will apply to services

supplied by us except where they are

acquired, or are held out as being

acquired for business purposes.

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