Why Book A Go Holiday? - Harvey World Travel

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Why Book A Go Holiday? - Harvey World Travel

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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