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Contents

Welcome to Adelaide 4

Transfers 4

Sightseeing 5-6

Cruising 7

Houseboating 8

Adelaide Accommodation 9-14

Welcome to the Barossa Valley 15

Barossa Valley Accommodation 15

Welcome to Adelaide Hills 16

Adelaide Hills Accommodation 16

Welcome to Clare Valley & McLaren Vale 17

Clare Valley & McLaren Vale Accommodation 17

Welcome to Flinders Ranges 18

Flinders Ranges Accommodation 18

Welcome to Outback South Australia 19

Outback South Australia Accommodation 19

Welcome to Kangaroo Island 20

Kangaroo Island Accommodation 21

Great Southern Rail 22

Getting Around 23

Map 24

Booking Conditions 25

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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

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Welcome to Adelaide

Welcome to Adelaide

Fine food, great wine, a sense of history and the good life –

can all be found in the elegant City of Adelaide – the capital

of South Australia and home to more than a million people.

Often referred to as the ‘City of Parks’ – Adelaide offers a

relaxed yet sophisticated city environment for residents and

visitors alike. Beyond the City of Adelaide there is a myriad

of regions for you to experience. Adelaide Hills for historic

villages, art and craft galleries and antique shops. The

Barossa is famous for its wines and an area that reflects a

blend of old and new. Fleurieu Peninsula for wine tasting,

whale watching and surf beaches. Kangaroo Island is home

to pristine beaches and is arguably the best place in

Australia to see the widest range of Australian native animals

in their natural habitats. Murray River for river cruises,

houseboating and a holiday rich in scenery. Clare Valley is

one of South Australia’s most picturesque wine regions.

Explore the Limestone Coast when driving between Adelaide

and Melbourne. Other regions to discover include Yorke

Peninsula, The Flinders Ranges, The South Australian

Outback and the rugged and spectacular coastline of the

Eyre Peninsula.

Must See & Do

The National Wine Centre of Australia: An exciting, interactive and

educational wine experience.

Dining: “Eat Streets” of Rundle Street & Gouger Street featuring pub

grub, casual cafés and sublime dining.

Shopping: Rundle Mall, King William Road, Unley Road and outlet

shopping at Harbour Town. Catch the tram from Victoria Square to

the beachside suburb of Glenelg.

Visit a famous wine region: The Barossa, Clare Valley, Adelaide

Hills and McLaren Vale.

events

Taste Of The Outback: April

Clare Valley Gourmet Weekend: May

Barossa Gourmet Weekend: August

Royal Adelaide Show: September

World Bowls Championships: November – December

Smartcar TM

SmartCar is a complete luxury ground transportation company providing

excellent service since 1996. SmartCar offers a personalised airport meet and

greet service with full flight monitoring, allowing your transfer car to arrive before

your flight, thus accommodating any flight delays.

Transfers are based on per vehicle (Executive 4 passenger sedan)

Tour Down Under: January

Clipsal 500: March

WOMADelaide: March

Transfers One Way from Adelaide International Airport to:

Adelaide City $93

North Adelaide $103

Glenelg $93

Adelaide Domestic Airport to:

Adelaide City $79

North Adelaide $82

Glenelg $75

Adelaide City to:

Adelaide Airport $61

Mannum $296

Keswick Rail Station $49

North Adelaide to:

Adelaide Airport $79

Keswick Rail Station $61

Glenelg to:

Adelaide Airport $70

Adelaide City $84

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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

BAROSSA VALLEY EXPERIENCE

This tour provides an ideal opportunity for a great over view of the Barossa Valley

combining sightseeing and wine tasting. Visit 4 Wineries (Wolf Blass, Stanley

Lambert Wines, Grant Burge on Krondorf & Kies Family Wines) for tastings.

Touring through the Torrens Gorge, we also visit The Big Rocking Horse, Angas

Park Fruits, Menglers Hill Lookout (time permitting) and the Whispering Wall.

Included is a delicious two course a la carte lunch making for exceptional value

and a very memorable experience.

Departs: Daily from Glenelg at 7.50am, from city at 8.15am – 8.50am

Returns: Glenelg at 5.30pm; city at 5.15pm

Note: Tour does not operate on Christmas day or Good Friday. Based on twin share. Saturday surcharge applies.

$113 per adult / $69 per child (3-12 years)

Murray River Experience

Providing an excellent overview of the River Murray the Murray River Experience

tour covers it’s history and culture through to the present day. Spend 2½ hours

on board for a unique personalised service, attention and friendliness that a small

vessel provides. On the way to Mannum we stop at Mt Lofty Summit providing

excellent views over the city of Adelaide. At Mannum we board the M.V. Jester

for a leisurely cruise that includes morning tea, a delicious platter lunch with a

complimentary glass of house wine or soft drink followed by tea, coffee & cake.

Excellent commentary is given on board with fascinating information about the

Murray River. Following the cruise we stop at the Mannum Lookout for great

views over the river. On the return journey to Adelaide we stop at Melba’s

Chocolate Factory to sample and purchase from their range of products.

Departs: Glenelg at 7.50am; city at 8.15am – 8.50am (Sep to Apr: Mon,

Wed & Fri; May to Aug: Tue & Fri)

Returns: Glenelg at 5.30pm; city at 5.15pm

$157 per adult / $94 per child (3-12 years)

MCLAREN VALE PREMIUM

FOOD & WINE TRAIL

This tour to the picturesque McLaren Vale wine

region will tempt your taste buds with some of

South Australia’s amazing Artisan Cheeses together

with other fabulous local produce. Designed to

match a particular wine style to suit the foods, we

visit 4 Cellar Doors in this region with one course at

each Winery. Cold shared platters at each winery

provide our appetizer, entrée, main course & dessert

in a relaxed laid back approach. Wineries provide

tastings of their matched wine together with tasting

of other wines they have on offer on the day.

Some of the wineries we may visit are Maxwells,

Wirra Wirra, Woodstock, Hugo, McLaren Ridge &

Rosemount (depending on availability on the day).

Departs: Wed & Sat from Glenelg at 7.50am,

from city at 8.15am – 8.50am

Returns: Glenelg at 5.00pm; city at 5.15pm

Hahndorf / Victor Harbor

This tour gives a brilliant overview of the Adelaide

Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula. We visit Mt Lofty

Summit for views over Adelaide before travelling to

Hahndorf. This quaint German style village has a

wonderful array of art & craft shops and also has

great food on offer at café’s & German Style Hotels.

We then travel via the beautiful countryside to the

historic river port of Goolwa, on to Port Elliot then

to Victor Harbor (one of South Australia’s most

picturesque sea-side towns). Departing Victor

Harbor we stop at McLaren Vale for free time to

explore the main street with wineries if you wish to

try some wine tasting, Medlow’s Chocolates, The

Almond Train or purchase a coffee.

Departs: Glenelg at 7.50am; city at 8.15am –

8.50am (Sep to Apr: Tue, Thu & Sun; May to

Aug: Wed & Sun)

Returns: Glenelg at 5.00pm; city at 5.15pm

Optional Extra (at own cost): Take the Cockle Train from Goolwa to Victor

Harbor (this scenic train ride takes approximately 30 minutes viewing

beautiful coastal scenery along the way).

The Monarto Tour

A full Day tour through the picturesque Adelaide

Hills to the wonderful Monarto Open Range Zoo

(the largest open range Zoo in the World). With

your Zoo Guide joining us we tour around the Zoo

and visit the spectacular wildlife viewing platforms

where the keepers talk with us and introduce

Rhino (you will get so close), Cheetah, African Wild

Dogs, Lions, Chimpanzees (the largest habitat in

Australasia). Plus see Giraffe, Antelope, Ostrich and

Australian Wildlife such as Emus and Kangaroos

that roam free throughout the 1500 hectares of

Monarto. Included is morning tea and Lunch. This

amazing experience is such a memorable one for

all the family.

Departs: Mon & Thu from Glenelg at 9.15am,

from city at 9.30am

Returns: Glenelg at 5.15pm; city at 5.00pm

$144 per adult

$189 per adult / $56 per child (3-12 years)

$150 per adult / $75 per child (3-12 years)

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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

ADELAIDE CITY HIGHLIGHTS

Lying between the Australian bush and golden

beaches, the glorious city of Adelaide boasts an old

country charm mixed with a modern international

flavour. Experience the daily cosmopolitan life as

you journey through the heart of the city viewing the

iconic cathedrals, galleries and the world famous

Adelaide Oval, before venturing out to Glenelg –

the city’s bustling beach. With a visit to Haigh’s

Chocolate Factory included, this tour is not to be

missed!

Departs: Daily at 9.30am

Returns: 12.15pm

$78 per adult / $39 per child (3-14 years)

ADELAIDE HILLS AND HAHNDORF

Home to the magnificent Mt Lofty Ranges and

dotted with unique and historic villages. On your

tour experience the beauty of Australia’s countryside

and wildlife before exploring Australia’s oldest

German settlement – Hahndorf. In your free time,

don’t forget to visit the local European cafés.

Australian arts and crafts or the German Style

Hahndorf Inn. Join your group again for a quick bite

of afternoon tea (or a classic German brew if it takes

your fancy!).

Departs: Daily at 1.30pm

Returns: 5.30pm

$78 per adult / $39 per child (3-14 years)

BAROSSA VALLEY WINE TOUR

WITH HAHNDORF

This full day tour visits South Australia’s premium

wine region, to sample some of the Barossa’s finest

wines including the world famous Jacobs Creek

Winery and Langmeil winery. Enjoy a sumptuous 2

course lunch in the Barossa, at the SA Company

Store and Kitchen. Then wind your way through the

picturesque Adelaide Hills to Hahndorf, Adelaide’s

oldest German settlement where you will have free

time to explore the many shops and galleries full of

local arts, crafts and produce.

Departs: Daily at 9.30am

Returns: 5.30pm

$157 per adult / $86 per child (3-14 years)

RIVER MURRAY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR

Relax while taking a lunch-time cruise along the

historic Murray River. Gain an insight into this unique

river system with its magnificent landscapes and

spectacular cliffs. Travel alongside the Murray River

in your coach, taking in the spectacular views and

stopping regularly for great photo opportunities.

Departs: Mon & Fri at 9.30am

Returns: 5.30pm

Note: Cruise varies slightly depending on river boarding point – Mannum

or Mypolonga landing. Cruise duration 1 hour 15 minutes. Vessel type

may vary at times of maintenance.

VICTOR HARBOR &

MCLAREN VALE HIGHLIGHTS

Travel to the McLaren Vale where vines meet the

sea and the gateway to the Fleurieu Peninsula. Visit

Victor Harbor, one of South Australia’s most popular

seaside villages, where you can take a ride on the

horse-drawn tram to Granite Island before heading

back to Adelaide through the picturesque Adelaide

Hills.

Departs: Wed & Sat at 9.30am

Returns: 5.30pm

KANGAROO ISLAND HIGHLIGHTS

DAY TOUR

See the best that Kangaroo Island has to offer,

including a guided tour of Seal Bay. You’ll also take

a walk through a Koala Sanctuary and experience

the natural wonders of Remarkable Rocks and

Admiral’s Arch.

Includes: Selected hotel pick ups/drop offs (pick

ups from 6.00am), return coach and ferry transfer to

Kangaroo Island and a two course lunch.

Departs: Daily at 6.45am

Returns: 10.40pm

Note: Flight options are also available.

$178 per adult / $89 per child (3-14 years)

KANGAROO ISLAND

ADVENTURE TOUR

This tour has it all, all the highlights of Kangaroo

Island and jam packed with adventure for the more

spirited traveller. Get off the beaten track on this

small group 2 day touring experience.

Includes: Selected hotel pickups/drop offs (pickups

from 6.00am) return coach and ferry transfers to

Kangaroo Island. Two full days touring with lunch

on both days, 1 breakfast, 1 dinner. Flinders Chase

National Park, Seal Bay, Sandboarding, Kayaking,

Hanson Bay Koala Sanctuary and much more.

Note: All accommodation is on shared room-basis and includes shared

bathroom facilities. Upgrade to Twin/Double room is available at extra charge.

$1015 per adult

$124 per adult / $66 per child (3-14 years)

KANGAROO ISLAND

COAST TO COAST

2 day / 1 night

Two days exploring Australia’s finest nature based

destination. You will visit a series of stunning and

unique locations including Flinders Chase, National

Park, Seal Bay, beautiful unspoiled beaches and

sample famous Kangaroo Island produce.

Includes: Selected hotel pick ups/drop offs (pick

ups from 6.00am), return coach and ferry transfer to

Kangaroo Island, overnight accommodation.

Optional Nocturnal Penguin tour at additional

charge.

Note: Package pricing is based on lead-in accommodation option (twin

share). Child pricing based on one child sharing with two adults where

existing bedding permits.

$653 per adult / $373 per child (3-14 years)

$311 per adult / $199 per child (3-14 years)

KANGAROO ISLAND

SELF DRIVE PACKAGE

Hire a car on Kangaroo Island where you have the

freedom to explore the Island at your own leisure.

Travel on board the SeaLink Coach and ferry before

picking up your hire car in Penneshaw for your self

drive adventure.

Includes: Selected hotel pick up/drop off (pick ups

from 6.00am), return coach and ferry transfers to

Kangaroo Island, two days car hire (small automatic

sedan), overnight accommodation.

Note: Package pricing is based on lead-in accommodation option (twin

share). Child pricing based on one child sharing with two adults where

existing bedding permits

$304 per adult / $100 per child (3-14 years)

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Captain Cook Cruises – Murray princess

Discover the hauntingly beautiful and dramatic South

Australian outback, its unique flora and fauna, the rich

legacy of old riverside ports and indigenous culture aboard

the paddlewheeler Murray Princess.

Captain Cook Cruises offers a unique historic and naturebased

adventure, through some of the driest parts of the

driest continent, past mallee scrub and ancient red gum

forests, through towering gorges and ochre-coloured

limestone cliffs. Along the way visit historic ports and lush

vineyards as we navigate the Murray’s big river bends. You

can hike around a boardwalk trail or join a guided nature

walk. Take a small boat safari, visit a riverside village and

enjoy all the fun of a riverside barbeque. Sample some of

the local produce at the cellar door, or take a camera and

catch some memorable scenes of the abundant birdlife.

CAPTAIN COOK CRUISES – MURRAY PRINCESS

Inclusions:

• All meals.

• An exciting selection of shore side tours.

• Guided nature walks and eco excursions.

• Onboard presentations.

• Use of spas and saunas.

• Captains dinner and cocktail party.

• Live entertainment.

• 24-hour self-service tea & coffee bar.

• Complimentary scenic coach transfers from Adelaide or car-parking in Mannum.

EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: Book at least 30 days prior to

travel and save 10%.

3 NIGHT DISCOVERY CRUISE

Bonus Inclusions: Downriver focus to Murray

Bridge, Riverland nature walk, Backwater Wildlife

Boat Tour.

Departs: Friday from Mannum at 4.30pm

Returns: Monday at 9.00am

Coach transfer departs: Friday from Mercure

Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide at 2.00pm

Returns: Monday at 12 noon

Optional post cruise Barossa Valley tour returns Adelaide at 5.30pm.

3 Nights Cabin Accommodation

From $999 per person share twin

Optional Post Cruise Barossa Valley Tour

From $182 per person

4 NIGHT OUTBACK

HERITAGE CRUISE

Bonus Inclusions: Upriver focus including Lock 1,

vineyard & cellar door tasting, Woolshed Sound and

Light Show and riverside BBQ, native wildlife shelter

and nocturnal eco tour, speed boat ride.

Departs: Monday from Mannum at 4.30pm

Returns: Friday at 9.00am

Coach transfer departs: Monday from Mercure

Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide at 2.00pm

Returns: Friday at 12 noon

Optional post cruise Barossa Valley tour returns Adelaide at 5.30pm.

4 Nights Cabin Accommodation

From $1335 per person share twin

Optional Post Cruise Barossa Valley Tour

From $182 per person

7 NIGHT MURRAYLANDS &

WILDLIFE CRUISE INCLUDING

THE BAROSSA VALLEY

Bonus Inclusions: Total Murraylands and wildlife

experience cruising down river to Murray Bridge

and upriver to Lock 1, Backwater Wildlife Boat Tour,

vineyard & cellar door tasting, Woolshed Sound &

Light Show and riverside BBQ, native wildlife shelter

and nocturnal eco tour, speed boat ride.

Departs: Monday & Friday from Mannum

at 4.30pm

Returns: Monday & Friday at 9.00am

Coach transfer departs: Monday & Friday from

Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide at 2.00pm

Returns: Monday & Friday at 12 noon

Optional post cruise Barossa Valley tour returns Adelaide at 5.30pm.

7 Nights Cabin Accommodation

From $2059 per person share twin

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UNFORGETTABLE HOUSEBOATS

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UNFORGETTABLE HOUSEBOATS

A houseboat holiday is one of the best ways to enjoy the panoramic views the Murray River has to offer in comfort and style.

Unforgettable Houseboats based at Mannum offer 10 of the most luxurious houseboats for hire. Ranging from 2-12 berth,

most of these houseboats feature such luxuries as king and queen size beds, spas, gourmet kitchens with dishwashers and

microwaves, ducted air-conditioning and all the creature comforts of home!

There are many things to do whilst on your houseboat holiday as well as sheer relaxation. Prolific birdlife abounds in sleepy

lagoons and backwaters. Enjoy the sight of watching pelicans skimming in full flight just above the waterline, not to mention

the fishing as the River Murray is a fishing enthusiast’s delight. During the winter months, set up your campfire for a

memorable night on the riverbank under a canopy of stars.

All you need is a current drivers licence and to be over 21 years of age. Cruising at a speed of 8 kilometre per hour – this

relaxing, stress free holiday is a great way to unwind and enjoy the beauty of the mighty Murray River.

01 Apr 12 – 31 Mar 13

3 Nights from $2272 per boat*

*Based on Unforgettable 1 and on low season, weekend travel (Friday 3.00pm to Monday 10.00am). A deposit

of AUD$600 is required for all hires. Christmas, New Years & Easter hires require AUD$1000 deposit. A security

bond payable upon boarding is required. A minimum 7 night hire applies over the period 21 Dec 12 – 04 Jan 13

(rates available on request). Special rates apply to hires over South Australian public holidays & long weekends

(dates on request). Full details & pricing for the complete range of Houseboats is available on request.

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Unforgettable 12 “Parachilna Sunset”

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MAJESTIC MINIMA HOTEL

HHH

Adelaide’s newest boutique hotel and the city’s first 24-hour self check-in

property. The three-storey hotel with 46 compact mini rooms measuring

approximately 14 square metres is proving that size doesn’t matter. The

Majestic Minima Hotel has set new trends in Adelaide and provides a hip

alternative for the technologically savvy and budget conscious traveller.

Located in North Adelaide only 5 minutes from the CBD.

Property features: Self check in facility,

lifts, parking (charge), complimentary laundry,

secure card access, internet stations, guest

terrace, non-smoking rooms.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, balcony,

air-conditioning, cable TV, fridge, ironing

facilities, safe, tea & coffee making facilities,

internet data point, desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 2

Map reference: Page 24 Number 5

from $ 69

per person per night

MANTRA HINDMARSH SQUARE

HHHH

Quality hotel facilities, combined with superior comfort and modern style

make Mantra Hindmarsh Square the ideal Adelaide accommodation

choice. Offering the perfect base for both business and leisure travellers,

Mantra Hindmarsh Square is conveniently located within Adelaide’s

thriving CBD. A short stroll away from Rundle Mall shopping and Rundle

Street dining precinct, guests will enjoy the close proximity to city

shopping, restaurant and cafés, along with a host of quality bars and

exciting clubs and nightlife. Most suites feature private balconies with

stunning views across Adelaide City or out to the beautiful Adelaide Hills.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, 24-hour

room service, babysitting service (charge),

disabled facilities (studios only), parking

(charge), lift, valet laundry service, safety

deposit boxes (at reception), gym.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, balcony

(some), air-conditioning, cable TV, CD/

stereo, fridge, mini-bar, kitchenette (studio),

full kitchen (One Bedroom, Two Bedroom

& Parkview Suite), ironing facilities, tea &

coffee making facilities, phone, internet data

point, in-house movies, clock/radio, smoke

detectors.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio / One Bedroom: 3

Parkview Suite: 4

Two Bedroom: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 7

from $ 122

per person per night

Adelaide Accommodation

146 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide (ADL) 55-67 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide (ADL)

BREAKFREE DIRECTORS STUDIOS

HHH

from $ 78

per person per night

BreakFree Directors Studios offers quality and convenience for the

budget-conscious traveller, close to Adelaide’s CBD, Chinatown,

the Central Market and popular Rundle Mall. Fusing comfort with

practicality, the 61 studios and rooms are designed to accommodate 1-3

people without compromising quality. All studios have kitchenettes and all

rooms are air-conditioned with mini-bar and tea & coffee facilities. Close

to local transport in the heart of the business district, BreakFree Directors

Studios suits both business and leisure travellers. Vibrant entertainment

and dining precincts are nearby.

Property features: Room service

(5.30pm – 9.30pm), disabled facilities (only

in Studio Rooms), parking (charge), self

service laundry, valet laundry service, luggage

storage room, 24-hour reception, safe

deposit facility at reception.

Room features: Bath (studio only), shower,

hairdryer, air-conditioning, TV, fridge, ironing

facilities, tea & coffee making facilities, phone,

wireless internet (charge applies), clock/radio,

smoke detectors.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Hotel Room / Studio Room: 3

Map reference: Page 24 Number 1

259 Gouger Street, Adelaide (ADL)

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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Adelaide Accommodation

MERCURE GROSVENOR HOTEL ADELAIDE

HHHH

This historic four-star hotel is superbly located opposite the Adelaide

Convention Centre, Casino and Festival Centre in the heart of the cultural

boulevard of North Terrace. Visitors to Adelaide can enjoy the City to

Glenelg Tram, Rundle Mall shopping precinct, theatre, festivals, sporting

events, Botanical Gardens, Adelaide Zoo and the Central Market all within

walking distance from the hotel. All rooms have feather duvets and pillows

and slim lined LCD televisions in most rooms. Hotel facilities also include

the Federal Restaurant and Bar featuring South Australian wines, 24-hour

reception and 24-hour room service.

Property features: 245 rooms, restaurant,

bar, coffee shop, 24-hour room service,

hair and beauty salon, disabled facilities, lift,

parking (charge applies), laundry service,

internet kiosk, 100% non-smoking hotel.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, airconditioning,

cable TV (excluding Economy),

in-house movies (fee), tea & coffee making

facilities, phone, internet (fee), clock/radio,

iron & ironing board, smoke detectors, minibar

(excluding Economy).

Child policy: Children 0-16 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Economy Room / Standard Room: 3

Standard Twin Room: 4

Deluxe Room: 3

Deluxe Twin Room: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 9

from $ 85

per person per night

Stay 3 nights in a standard room or higher and receive $30

meal credit in the Federal Restaurant (valid 01 Apr – 31 Aug 12

& 01 Dec 12 – 31 Jan 13).

125 North Terrace, Adelaide (ADL)

BreakFree Adelaide

HHH

from $ 97

per person per night

BreakFree Adelaide is an apartment hotel located in Adelaide’s thriving

West End, an emerging arts district offering unique theatres, restaurants

and entertainment. Guests enjoy accommodation in contemporary,

spacious apartments. The studio, one and two bedroom apartments

feature lounge and dining areas, private balconies, fully equipped

kitchens and laundry facilities. Wireless broadband, Foxtel and pay

movies are available.

Property features: 142 rooms, 24-hour

reception, disabled facilities, parking (fee

applies), valet laundry service, luggage

storage, tour desk.

Room features: Hairdryer, balcony,

air-conditioning, cable TV, in-house movies

(fee), full kitchen, ironing facilities, tea &

coffee facilities, phone, clock /radio, wireless

internet (fee).

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio / One Bedroom: 2

Two Bedroom: 4

Premium Two Bedroom: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 2

255 Hindley Street, Adelaide, South Australia (ADL)

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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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


ROCKFORD ADELAIDE

HHHH

Rockford Adelaide is a boutique style hotel offering spacious state of the

art accommodation in the vibrant west end of the city. This modern hotel

is ideally located within easy walking distance to the scenic River Torrens,

Adelaide Convention Centre, Sky City Casino, Adelaide Oval, Rundle Mall,

Adelaide Zoo, Central Markets and dining precincts. Rockford Adelaide

is the perfect choice for business and leisure travellers. Guests will enjoy

the ease of access to the city and the greater surrounds via bus, rail and

tram services which are within minutes from the hotel. Chose to stay at

Rockford and you are guaranteed a memorable experience.

Property features: 24-hour reception, Spice

Market Restaurant & bar, 24-hour room

service, Internet facilities, disabled facilities,

on-site parking, lift, valet laundry service

& in-house guest laundry, safety deposit

facilities available at reception, complimentary

use of external gym, roof top pool & sauna.

Room features: En-suite bathrooms, foxtel

entertainment channels, Apple TV’s & iPads

(select rooms), wireless internet access,

106cm LCD flat screen TV’s, mini-bar, direct

dial STD/IDD telephones, iron & ironing

boards, hairdryers, spa baths (superior king

suites), tea & coffee making facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 4

Deluxe Room / Suite / Superior Room: 2

Map reference: Page 24 Number 13

from $ 115

per person per night

Adelaide Accommodation

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid 01 Apr – 31 Jul 12).

164 Hindley Street, Adelaide (ADL)

MAJESTIC ROOF GARDEN HOTEL

HHHH

from $ 122

per person per night

Located in the heart of the vibrant East End of Adelaide city centre, the

award winning Majestic Roof Garden Hotel is perfectly positioned among

a vast array of cafes, restaurants, designer boutiques and Rundle Mall

shopping. Each room is unique and luxurious throughout with modern

interior design, king-size beds, tasteful linen and opulent bathrooms. For

a relaxed setting and views over Adelaide experience the signature roof

garden.

Property features: CBD location, restaurant,

24-hour room service and reception, roof

garden with views, conference facilities,

disabled facilities, lift, parking (charge), gym,

guest laundry, dry cleaning service, luggage

storage, tour desk, non-smoking rooms.

Room features: Luxury bathrooms, king

beds, air-conditioning, 42” LDC TV, cable

TV, on demand movies, mini-bar, fridge, hair

dryer, ironing facilities, tea and coffee facilities,

coffee plunges, safe, internet broadband

access, writing desk and telephone.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults using existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Deluxe: 2

Executive Deluxe: 3

Superior Spa Suite: 4

Map reference: Page 24 Number 6

Stay 3 nights or more in a Deluxe Room and receive a FREE

upgrade to an Executive Deluxe Room and a welcome bottle

of South Australian wine.

55 Frome Street, Adelaide (ADL)

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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Adelaide Accommodation

OAKS EMBASSY

HHHH

Perfectly located on North Terrace in the heart of the CBD and opposite

the Adelaide Convention Centre, across from the Casino and Central

Railway Station. This property offers a choice of contemporary one and

two bedroom spacious apartments.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service (5.30pm – 9.00pm daily), business

centre, lift, parking (charge), laundry service,

gym, sauna, spa, heated indoor pool.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, balcony,

air-conditioning, colour TV, fridge, mini-bar,

full kitchen, dishwasher, ironing facilities, tea &

coffee making facilities, phone, desk, internet

data point, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Deluxe: 3

Two Bedroom Deluxe: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 10

from $ 113

TO $ 138

per person per night

96 North Terrace, Adelaide (ADL)

OAKS Horizons

HHHH

Situated in the heart of the CBD, this is one of Adelaide’s most

contemporary buildings offering one and two bedroom apartments. Most

have private balconies that overlook Adelaide’s Torrens River or have city

views. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, guests will enjoy the hotel’s

leisure facilities.

from $ 109

TO $ 134

per person per night

Property features: Café, room service,

parking, gym, indoor pool, sauna, spa.

Room features: Bath/shower, hairdryer,

balcony, air-conditioning, cable TV, CD/

stereo, dishwasher, fridge, full kitchen,

microwave, hot plate, ironing facilities, tea &

coffee making facilities, internet data point,

desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Deluxe apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Deluxe apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 11

104 North Terrace, Adelaide (ADL)

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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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


MEDINA GRAND ADELAIDE TREASURY

HHHH

Superbly located in the heart of Adelaide in the historic heritage listed

former Treasury building, enjoying an exclusive position on Victoria

Square. Central Market is only 5 minutes away and the tram to Glenelg

just a 2 minute walk.

Property features: Restaurant, bar,

babysitting service (charge applies), offsite

restaurant charge back, meal delivery service,

laundry service, travel desk, pantry service,

gym, sauna, spa, indoor heated pool.

Room features: Bath (one & two

bedroom only), shower, balcony (some),

air-conditioning, cable TV, CD/stereo (one &

two bedroom only), dishwasher, mini-bar, full

kitchen (one & two bedroom only), kitchenette

(studio only), tea & coffee making facilities,

internet data point.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Premier / Grand Studio Apartment: 2

Premier / Grand One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Premier / Grand Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 8

from $ 163

per person per night

Adelaide Accommodation

Stay 2 consecutive nights and receive full breakfast for two

in the hotel restaurant (valid for travel 01 Apr – 30 Sep 12,

01-28 Dec 12 & 02 – 31 Jan 13).

Cnr King William & Flinders Streets, Adelaide (ADL)

HOTEL GRAND CHANCELLOR ADELAIDE ON HINDLEY

HHHH

Located in the heart of Adelaide, Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on

Hindley offers the perfect location. Just a short stroll away from the vibrant

Rundle Mall and Adelaide’s bustling entertainment district, this property

provides a great base from which to explore this sophisticated city.

from $ 92

TO $ 109

per person per night

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, business centre, porter service,

currency exchange, valet laundry service,

parking, luggage storage, outdoor pool,

outdoor spa, sauna, gym.

Room features: Air-conditioning, bath,

shower, bathrobes (in suites), ironing facilities,

kitchenette (in suites), tea & coffee making

facilities, flat screen TV’s, clock/radio and

broadband data point.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Deluxe Room / One Bedroom Suite: 3

Two Bedroom Suite: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 4

65 Hindley Street, Adelaide (ADL)

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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Adelaide Accommodation

THE SEBEL PLAYFORD ADELAIDE

HHHHH

Award winning hotel located in the heart of the city within easy walking

distance to all major tourist attractions, shopping and restaurant precincts.

Offering the perfect blend of classical style and contemporary luxury,

the hotel has created a stunning Art Nouveau ambience, with beautifully

appointed guestrooms and suites, luxurious amenities and exquisite

cuisine.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, lifts, parking, laundry services,

24-hour reception, luggage storage, safe,

internet, gym, indoor pool, sauna, spa.

Room features: Bath, shower, bathrobes,

hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-house movies,

cable TV, mini-bar, ironing facilities, tea &

coffee making facilities, phone, cable &

wireless internet data point, desk, clock/

radio.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Playford Guest Room / Deluxe Guest

Room / Studio Suite / Loft Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 24 Number 14

from $ 124

TO $ 131

per person per night

Stay 3 consecutive nights in a studio spa suite or a loft suite

and receive full buffet breakfast for two each morning in the

Playford Restaurant.

120 North Terrace, Adelaide (ADL)

CROWNE PLAZA ADELAIDE

HHHH

from $ 143

TO $ 161

per person per night

Oaks Plaza Pier

HHHH

from $ 113

TO $ 145

per person per night

Crowne Plaza Adelaide is centrally located in the heart of the city on

Hindmarsh Square, just metres from Rundle Mall shopping precinct

and the bustling restaurants and cafés of the East End. With modern

accommodation and leisure facilities, tailored food & beverage options

and alfresco dining you will find Crowne Plaza Adelaide the perfect

accommodation choice.

Property features: Restaurant with alfresco

dining, bar and lounge area, business centre,

indoor lap pool, sauna, spa, steam room

and gym.

Room features: Air-conditioning, shower,

tea & coffee making facilities, full length

mirror, lap top sized safe, flat screen TV’s,

clock radio with docking station.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room / Superior Room:

2 adults or 2 adults & 1 child

Map reference: Page 24 Number 3

The sensational ocean views and resort facilities of Oaks Plaza Pier,

which has just completed a full room refurbishment, make this property

an ideal choice for corporate and leisure travellers seeking fabulous

Glenelg accommodation. Enjoying an absolute beach frontage location,

Oaks Plaza Pier allows you to really experience Glenelg. Luxurious 1 and

2 bedroom apartments feature wide balconies overlooking the beach or

park, full kitchen and laundry facilities. Just one minute from Glenelg’s city

centre, modern and heritage attractions, Oaks Plaza Pier is also just 10

minutes from Adelaide airport.

Property features: Fully equipped gym,

a selection of restaurants including ‘The

Rocks Restaurant’ and onsite bars & cafés,

lift access, tour booking facilities, laundry

service, swimming pool, spa, sauna, parking

(additional charge).

Room features: Full kitchen & laundry

facilities (One & Two Bedroom Apartments),

private balconies offering ocean or park

views, writing desk, individually controlled

reverse cycle air-conditioning, room service,

personal in room safe, free cable TV, direct

dial phones with internet access & voicemail

(fee applies).

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio / One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 24 Number 12

Stay 2 consecutive nights and receive complimentary

breakfast for two daily (valid 01 Apr – 31 Aug 12 excluding

special events).

Stay 5 nights and pay for 4 (valid for travel 01 May – 31 Aug 12

in One & Two Bedroom Parkviews only).

16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide (ADL) 16 Holdfast Promenade, Glenelg (ADL)

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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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Welcome to

the Barossa Valley

A leisurely one hour drive from Adelaide brings you to the

beautiful and bountiful Barossa. Populated in the 1830’s by

mainly German and English settlers, the potential of this dry,

warm valley for growing grapes and other fruits and

vegetables was soon realised with the combination of hard

working German peasant farmers, artisans, businessmen

and middle class English settlers who aspired to a country

gentleman’s lifestyle. Today, the Barossa is one of Australia’s

premier wine regions and is rich in culture, heritage, festivals

and natural attractions to explore and discover.

Must See & Do

Over 60 wineries with cellar doors: Some with galleries, dining

and tours.

Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop: Local produce, wine and espresso. Pick

your own collection of goodies from Maggie’s famous delectables!

Barossa Farmers Market: Saturday mornings.

Jacobs Creek Visitors Centre: Set in picturesque grounds

overlooking vineyards and the beautiful Barossa Ranges. Enjoy lunch

in the restaurant, sample wines at the cellar door and enjoy

the interpretive gallery.

Whispering Wall: An acoustic phenomenon. Two people can stand

at either end and a message will clearly carry the 140 metres from

one end to the other!

Welcome to the Barossa Valley

NOVOTEL BAROSSA VALLEY

HHHH

from $ 119

per person per night

Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is a restful haven nestled among the

vines, an hour from Adelaide. Located adjacent to the 18 hole Tanunda

Pines Golf Course and boasting panoramic views across the Barossa

Ranges and Jacobs Creek Vineyards, the hotel offers 140 well equipped

apartments with private balconies, plus an array of leisure facilities

including an outdoor pool, a fitness centre, tennis court, an endota day

spa and The Tasting Room, an experiential retail outlet offering daily

wine tasting.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, disabled facilities, lift, parking, BBQ,

gym, massage, Endota Spa, heated outdoor

pool, tennis court.

Room features: Bath/shower, hairdryer,

balcony, air-conditioning, in-house movies,

cable TV, mini-bar, kitchenette, microwave,

ironing facilities, tea & coffee making facilities,

phone, internet data point, desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-16 years stay free

when sharing with adults using existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio: 2

Two Bedroom Apartment: 4

Stay a minimum of 2 nights and receive a $50 Food voucher per

stay (excludes beverages).

Golf Links Road, Rowland Flat, Barossa Valley (BAZ)

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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers. 15


Welcome to Adelaide Hills

Welcome to Adelaide Hills

Old country charm, historic and picturesque villages, manicured vineyards and gorgeous gardens are only 20 minutes drive

from Adelaide in a pocket of paradise called the Adelaide Hills. Rolling hills, leafy valleys and lush green pastures provide a

stunning backdrop to this area. The main townships are bustling with activities. Admire 19th century architecture in Birdwood,

visit the botanic garden in Mt Lofty or see the quaint German township of Hahndorf. Fantastic views over Adelaide, cellar

doors and tastings, art and craft galleries, antique shops and walking tracks through acres of natural bush land are all part of

the appeal of this region.

Must See & Do

Hahndorf: This historic German town is a must

see with German architectural influences still seen

today. Quaint village with many delights including

cheese and chocolate tastings, traditionally made

Wursts and German small goods.

Mount Lofty Summit: Spectacular views of

Adelaide and the surrounds.

Beerenberg Strawberry Farm: An award

winning destination! Enjoy a farm shop stocked

with famous jams & condiments whilst in the

strawberry season (November – April) the farm

allows you to pick your own.

Cellar Doors: All with tasting rooms featuring

premium cool climate wines.

The Manna of Hahndorf

HHHH

Modern and contemporary 4 star accommodation in the main street

of historic Hahndorf, only 20 minutes from Adelaide in the heart of the

picturesque Adelaide Hills. The Manna of Hahndorf is an ideal base for

exploring Hahndorf, the Adelaide Hills, the Barossa, McLaren Vale and

the Fleurieu Peninsula. Set back off the main street of Hahndorf, our

accommodation offers all the facilities of a city hotel in a relaxing regional

setting. Our restaurant The Haus Café, Bar & kitchen is open 7 days a

week for breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper.

Property features: Historic main street

location, 51 rooms, restaurant/bar, wireless

internet, guest laundry, ample off-street

parking, disabled facilities.

Room features: Air-conditioning, flat screen

TV’s with complimentary Foxtel, mini-bar (non

alcoholic) in most rooms, fridge, tea & coffee

making facilities, toaster, microwave, phone,

hairdryer.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Superior Room / Indulgence Spa Suite: 2

Executive Room: 4

from $ 100

per person per night

ADELAIDE HILLS COUNTRY COTTAGES

Adelaide Hills Country Cottages are located only 30 minutes from Adelaide

in the beautiful Adelaide Hills. Set on a 200 acre cattle grazing property and

orchard, these cottages comprise of five separate and distinctive self-contained

retreats. Each enjoying its own romantic secluded and peaceful setting.

All cottages include: Log fire, spa bath, air-conditioning, kitchen, TV/DVD

player, stereo, iPod & dock, provisions for cooked and continental breakfast.

Apple Tree Cottage – Historic 1860’s English Country

Cottage

• Private English garden and a BBQ

• Rowing boat on the lake stocked with red fin fish

• Queen bed in the main bedroom with a double & single in the second bedroom

Gum Tree Cottage – A genuine Australian experience!

• Queen bed in the main bedroom with two singles in the second bedroom

The Villa – The essence of the Mediterranean

• Terraced alfresco dining including a BBQ, with expansive country views to

Mt Lofty

• Queen bed in the main bedroom with a double in the second bedroom

The Nest – Experience a romantic hideaway in a

secluded paradise just for two!

• Gum tree floodlit at night

• Outdoor patio and BBQ

• Queen bed

Lavender Fields – French country style

• Cottage amongst a lavender filled garden

• Alfresco dining with BBQ and private garden with pond and stone bridge

• Two bedrooms each with a queen bed

Adelaide Hills Country Cottages from $171-$216 per person per night*

*Minimum 2 night stay may apply.

Free bottle of Adelaide Hills wine in the room on arrival.

Stay 7 nights and pay for 6 nights.

25 Main Street, Hahndorf (ADL)

Adelaide Hills (ADL)

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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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Welcome to Clare Valley & McLaren Vale

CLARE VALLEY

MCLAREN VALE

Whether you are walking through intimate villages, cycling McLaren Vale offers exceptional wines, regional produce and

along a track that passes through farmlands, or exploring beautiful scenery nestled between the Mt Lofty Ranges and

country roads and bush lands, you can’t help but fall for the the beaches of Gulf St Vincent. It sits at the start of the

region’s natural charms. Lovingly restored towns, include beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula and is an easy 45 minute drive

Gawler, South Australia’s oldest country town; Kapunda, the from Adelaide. There are over 70 cellar doors in this small

birthplace of Australia’s copper industry; Burra and Minataro. region, catering for all tastes.

Must See & Do

Must See & Do

Welcome to Clare Valley & McLaren Vale

The many cellar doors of the Clare Valley: Including historic

Sevenhill Cellars, the oldest winery in the region.

Riesling Trail: A 33 km pathway for walking and cycling running

alongside the old Riverton and Spalding railway line. Enjoy detours to

wineries and other attractions!

Martindale Hall: Experience the grandeur and ambience of this

authentic 19th century Georgian mansion.

Over 70 wineries with cellar doors: Vines overlooking the sea!

Experience fantastic wine, food and local hospitality.

Bella Cosa: The magnificent pine forest contains an ever changing

collection of sculptures by some of the regions best artists.

Willunga Markets: Saturday mornings. Indulge yourself at the

Willunga Farmers Market with delicious offerings including goat

cheeses, smoked trout, mushrooms, venison, freshly baked bread

and more!

Clare Country Club

HHHH

from $ 92

per person per night

McLaren Vale

Motel & Apartments

HHH

from $ 97

TO $ 104

per person per night

Nestled in the tumbling Clare Valley hills, just 90 minutes from Adelaide,

the picturesque Clare Country Club overlooks lush fairways of the

adjacent Golf Course. Each of the resort’s recently refurbished rooms

and suites feature a spa bath for a little added luxury! Enjoy sensational

regionally inspired cuisine complemented by an extensive wine list in

Conners Restaurant and Bar complete with a crackling wood fire in winter.

With a warm and friendly welcome, your country home in the vineyards

offers a choice of modern, spacious and comfortable units or apartments.

Centrally situated to take advantage of the local restaurants, cafés,

wineries and beaches all waiting to be discovered.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, parking, self service laundry, luggage

storage, internet, BBQ, gym, outside pool,

sauna, tennis court, convention centre,

billiards room.

Room features: Bath, shower, spa,

bathrobes, hairdryer, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, video/DVD,

mini-bar, ironing facilities, tea & coffee making

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

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio Spa Room: 2

Standard Spa Room /

Balcony Deluxe Spa Room: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 4

Two Room Spa Kitchenette /

Two Room Spa Suite: 5

Three Bedroom Apartment: 6

Property features: Parking, laundry room,

luggage storage, BBQ, sauna, spa, outdoor

pool, disabled facilities.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, 42” LCD TV, fridge,

mini-bar, microwave, ironing facilities, tea &

coffee making facilities, internet data point,

interconnecting rooms.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Executive: 2

Queen Rooms: 3

Family Room / Studio Deluxe /

Studio King: 4

Two Bed room Unit: 6

Honeymooners receive complimentary bottle of sparkling wine.

White Hut Road, Clare (CLR)

Cnr Main Road and Caffrey Street, McLaren Vale (YMV)

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 travel 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 THE FLINDERS RANGES

WELCOME TO THE FLINDERS RANGES

The Flinders Ranges are stunningly beautiful and feature National Parks and icons, such as Wilpena Pound, with towering

rock walls, spectacular gorges, abundant wildlife and Aboriginal culture and rock art. This is one of the oldest mountain

ranges on earth and here you’ll find the most significant geological and fossil sites in the world.

Must See & Do

Wilpena Pound & Flinders Ranges National Park: Take a scenic

flight from Wilpena over the spectacular ranges and gorges (Port

Augusta to Wilpena Pound 159 kilometres).

Wadlata Outback Centre: A must see attraction in Port Augusta

before visiting the Flinders Ranges and Outback.

Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden: 500 acre garden where

you can view and learn about the amazing native arid land flora from

the different zones of Australia.

Majestic Oasis Apartments

HHHH

from $ 85

per person per night

Rawnsley Park Station

HHHH

from $ 104

per person per night

The Majestic Oasis Apartments are located 3 hours drive north of Adelaide

in Port Augusta, the gateway to the beautiful Flinders Ranges. Featuring

75 modern studio and self-contained apartments overlooking the stunning

foreshore and waters of the Upper Spencer Gulf. A true Oasis on the edge

of the great Australia Outback.

Rawnsley Park Station provides the perfect base for exploring South

Australia’s beautiful Flinders Ranges. Experience the rugged and ancient

landscape of the Flinders Ranges that inspires its peoples and reveals

the story of life on earth. Enjoy fine food and wine at the award-winning

Woolshed Restaurant. From pitching a tent under the stars to enjoying the

station’s luxury eco villas, Rawnsley Park Station has accommodation to

suit all tastes and budgets.

Property features: Fully self-contained

apartments, water views, in-room dining

menus, disabled facilities, secure parking,

24 hour on-site security, tour desk, luggage

storage, BBQ areas, outdoor swimming pool.

Room features: Kitchen facilities, in-room

laundry, L42” LCD TV, DVD player, Austar

cable TV, fridge, tea and coffee facilities, airconditioning,

iron and ironing board, private

balcony (select rooms), in-room safe, internet

access, desk.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Executive Studio Apartment /

Executive One Bedroom Apartment /

Superior Spa Suite: 2

Superior One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Superior Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Property features: Restaurant & bar, room

service, pool, tour desk.

Room features: Air-conditioning, TV, DVD,

CD player, private deck, in-room safe, internet

access, kitchen facilities, laundry facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Eco Villa: 2

Two Bedroom Eco Villa: 4

Includes light breakfast provisions daily.

Marryatt Street, Port Augusta (PUG)

Wilpena Road, South Australia (HWK)

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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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Welcome to Outback South Australia

The Outback is Australia’s most legendary countryside, with vast dramatic landscapes, huge horizons and skies, unique

towns and people. It’s a region of outstanding natural attractions, a unique Indigenous culture over 45,000 years old and is

easily reached from Adelaide.

Must See & Do

Umoona Opal Mine and Museum: Visit the Opal Mining Museum,

the Aboriginal Heritage interpretive centre, a genuine heritage opal

mine and dugout homes!

Welcome to Outback South Australia

Old Timers Mine: This 1916 opal mine shows the history of opal

mining. Tour a 1920 and modern underground home and see

demonstrations of opal mining machines and opal cutting!

Tour of Coober Pedy: Only in Coober Pedy will you find a

underground hotels, restaurants, bars, an underground church,

and a golf course without a blade of grass.

Desert Cave Hotel

HHH

from $ 157

per person per night

Wilpena Pound Resort

HHH

from $ 148

per person per night

The only international underground hotel that allows you to experience

dug-out style living. The Desert Cave provides a complete underground

experience within natural sandstone surrounds. Centrally located in

Hutchison Street, the main street of Coober Pedy. Coober Pedy is an

opal mining town in Outback South Australia located 850 kilometre north

of Adelaide. Why not travel by train from Adelaide to Manguri and be

collected from the Manguri station?

Property features: Restaurant, bar, coffee

shop, room service (limited), disabled

facilities, parking, non-smoking rooms,

outdoor pool, town tours.

Room features: Hairdryer, colour TV,

in-house videos, radio, phone, wireless

internet access, iron, mini-bar, fridge, tea &

coffee making facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-3 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Aboveground Room /

Underground Room: 3

Wilpena Pound Resort is the only accommodation in the Flinders

Ranges National Park. Discover some of the secrets of the rugged

ancient Outback Mountains. The resort is an easy pleasant drive on

sealed roads, 430 kilometres north of Adelaide, located at the entrance

to Wilpena Pound and set amid stately red gums and native pines. See

some of Australia’s unique native wildlife in their natural environment and

experience some of the best four wheel driving in Australia. The Wilpena

Pound Resort offers warm, outback hospitality and a wide range of

services and facilities for all tastes and budget.

Property features: Restaurant & bar, bistro,

pool, BBQ areas, mini-supermarket, shuttle

service, visitor information centre, 4WD tours,

scenic flights.

Room features: Air-conditioning, satellite

TV, refrigerator, tea & coffee making facilities,

hairdryer, ironing facilities, limited cooking

facilities with microwave (Edeowie rooms).

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Brachina: 2

Aroona: 3

Heysen Deluxe: 4

Edeowie: 5

Book two or more nights in a deluxe room (Heysen or Edeowie)

and receive complimentary full cooked breakfast for two adults

daily.

Hutchison Street, Coober Pedy (CPD)

Wilpena Road, Wilpena (HWK)

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 travel 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 Kangaroo Island

Welcome to Kangaroo Island

Beautiful Kangaroo Island is a microcosm of different landscapes and environments – forests, desert dunes and farmland.

Dramatic coastal scenery and secluded pristine beaches are also a feature, along with premium quality fresh seafood and

other food products. You will see amazing native wildlife in their natural environment. So it’s no wonder that this is one of

Australia’s National Landscapes. Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest Island and is 155 kilometres long and 55

kilometres wide. There are several ways to do day trips to the island, but to truly experience its remarkable experiences,

staying for at least two or three nights is recommended.

Getting here and around

Kangaroo Island is a 30 minute flight by scheduled air service to Kingscote

from Adelaide airport with Regional Express and Air South. There are at least

five return flights daily. There is a daily passenger and vehicle ferry service to

Kangaroo Island with Kangaroo Island Sealink. The Sealink ferry which is a 45

minute trip to Penneshaw departs from Cape Jervis, a 90 minute drive south of

Adelaide. Coach and private transfers from Adelaide to Cape Jervis are available.

There is no public transport system or taxi service on the island, but shuttle

services are available from the airport to Kingscote and other main locations

around the island. There is also a Sealink coach service twice daily between

Kingscote, American River and Penneshaw connecting with ferry services.

Bookings are necessary.

Must See & Do

Flinders Chase National Park: Providing a variety of activities and

attractions for all ages. Learn about the natural and cultural history of

the park at the interactive visitor centre. Don’t miss Admirals Arch and

Remarkable Rocks!

Cape Borda

Lighthouse

Stokes Bay

Emu Bay

American River

Kingscote

Penneshaw

Seal Bay Conservation Park: Take a guided beach tour to observe

Sea Lions in their natural habitat. A boardwalk and lookout provides

opportunities to view stunning coastal landscapes and watch a variety

of wildlife.

Kangaroo Island Penguin Centre: Enjoy a nocturnal tour of the little

penguin colony surrounding the foreshore!

Admirals

Arch

Flinders Chase

National

Park

Vivonne Bay

Remarkable Rocks

Cape du

Couedic

Seal

Bay

Cape

Gantheaume

Conservation

Park

D’Estrees Bay

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Aurora Ozone Hotel

HHH

Aurora Ozone Hotel is located on the beautiful foreshore at Kingscote.

The original section of the hotel has a Victorian façade and amenities with

the refined atmosphere of old world charm. Coupled with the vibrant and

attractive modern hotel and townhouse sections.

Property features: Bistro/restaurant,

bar, swimming pool, gym, sauna, wireless

internet, ATM, nightly penguin tours.

Room features: Shower, air-conditioning, TV,

fridge, phone, tea & coffee making facilities,

ironing facilities, hairdryer.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Hotel Room / Executive Room /

Executive Sea View Room /

Hotel Sea View: 3

from $ 116

per person per night

ALL SEASONS

KANGAROO ISLAND LODGE

HHH

All Seasons Kangaroo Island Lodge welcomes you to beautiful Kangaroo

Island. Offering quality accommodation, delicious dining, panoramic water

views, wildlife and birdlife, there is no better place to experience Kangaroo

Island. Situated in bushland on the banks of Eastern Cove and designed

to blend in with its natural surroundings. Watch the feeding of the Pelicans

on the foreshore in front of the hotel, spot wallabies and possums at night

or take in a peaceful nature hike.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, shop,

parking, travel desk, WiFi internet, guest

laundry, safe, internet, BBQ, children’s pool,

tennis court, sauna and large swimming pool,

alfresco atrium.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, TV, fridge, ironing facilities,

tea & coffee making facilities, phone, clock/

radio.

Child policy: Children 0-3 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard / Superior Rooms: 3

Studio Suite: 3

from $ 68

per person per night

Kangaroo Island Accommodation

Stay 3 consecutive nights in a hotel room or hotel seaview

room and pay for 2 nights (01 May – 31 Aug 12).

Stay 3 nights and pay for 2 nights (valid 01 May – 31 Aug 12).

Commercial Street, Kingscote (KAS)

Scenic Drive, American River (KAS)

KANGAROO ISLAND

SEAFRONT RESORT

HHHH

from $ 116

per person per night

Southern Ocean Lodge

HHHHH

from $ 645

per person per night

This seafront resort is perfectly situated next to the Sealink ferry terminal,

the gateway onto Kangaroo Island. The property has 25 rooms. Choose

from the Ocean Front rooms with spectacular views and private balconies,

the sanctuary of the new Garden Villa’s or the recently renovated Heritage

rooms.

Globally celebrated and multi-award winning Southern Ocean Lodge on

Kangaroo Island defines Australian luxury travel. Blending seamlessly

with the pristine landscape atop limestone cliffs and white-sanded

beaches, the 21 suite lodge offers unrivalled luxury in a uniquely Australian

setting. Cinematic views, tailor-made excursions, first-name service

and an exceptionally generous all-inclusive tariff combine to offer the

quintessential Kangaroo Island experience.

Property features: Bar, parking, self service

laundry, travel desk, luggage storage, safe,

internet, BBQ, outside pool, sauna, spa.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, cable TV, fridge, ironing

facilities, tea & coffee making facilities,

internet,

clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-3 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room

Sorrento Room / Garden Villa / Seafront

Room: 3

Property features: Restaurant, bar,

boutique, day spa, parking, valet laundry

services, travel desk, luggage storage, safe,

internet, BBQ, spa.

Room features: Shower, bathrobes,

hairdryer, balcony, air-conditioning, CD/

stereo, mini-bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea &

coffee making facilities, phone, internet, desk,

clock/radio.

Child policy: Southern Ocean Lodge

welcomes children 6 years and over. Child

rate applies for 6-17 years inclusive.

Maximum people per room

Flinders Suite: 2

Ocean Family: 5

Ocean Retreat / Remarkable Suite /

Osprey Pavilion: 3

Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights.

49 North Terrace Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island (KAS)

Hanson Bay, Kangaroo Island (KAS)

Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights, includes hamper of

epicurean treats, one AUD$50 Southern Spa treatment voucher

and one AUD$50 Bespoke Experience voucher (max one per

suite, valid 01 May – 30 Sep 12).

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 travel periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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The Ghan & Indian Pacific

The Ghan & Indian Pacific

The Ghan

Adelaide – Alice Springs – Darwin and vice versa

Travel by train between Adelaide, Alice Springs and Darwin and you are

embarking on one of the great train journeys of the world. This 3 day journey

will take you from one edge of the continent to the other, from the sweeping

Adelaide plains and the Flinders Ranges through the Red Centre and on to the

tropical Top End – truly a journey to remember.

Note: Gold and Platinum Service fare includes meals. All fares include Fuel Surcharge.

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

The Ghan – Adelaide to Alice Springs or vice versa

Red Service Day/Nighter Seat $517 $242

Red Service Sleeper $978 $600

Gold Service Sleeper $1461 $1009

Platinum Service $2816 $2816

The Ghan – Adelaide to Katherine / Darwin or vice versa

Red Service Day/Nighter Seat $1034 $484

Red Service Sleeper $1958 $1200

Gold Service Sleeper $2820 $1949

Platinum Service $4261 $4261

Indian Pacific

Sydney – Adelaide – Perth and vice versa

Experience the mighty Indian Pacific in style to or from Adelaide. Travel from

Sydney through the spectacular Blue Mountains and the outback mining town of

Broken Hill to Adelaide – an overnight journey taking in some of Australia’s most

picturesque landscapes. Or alternatively, start your journey in Adelaide and travel

across the treeless plains of The Nullarbor to Perth – a two night journey which

includes the world’s longest straight stretch of railway track (478 kilometres).

Note: Gold and Platinum Service fare includes meals. All fares include Fuel Surcharge.

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

Indian Pacific – Adelaide to Sydney or vice versa

Red Service Day/Nighter Seat $448 $184

Red Service Sleeper $732 $523

Gold Service Sleeper $1010 $770

Platinum Service $1562 $1562

Indian Pacific – Adelaide to Perth or vice versa

Red Service Day/Nighter Seat $668 $310

Red Service Sleeper $1528 $929

Gold Service Sleeper $2186 $1502

Platinum Service $3547 $3547

Queen Adelaide Restaurant

Gold Service Twin Sleeper Cabin by day

Outback Explorer Lounge

Platinum service by night

Platinum Service

Designed to deliver new heights in comfort, space

and style, the contemporary Platinum Service is

without peer. It offers a new level of features and

comfort, featuring new spacious private cabins (twin

or double) almost twice the size of the classic Gold

Service cabins along with a full en suite and levels of

service that will leave you feeling pampered, relaxed

and special. All Platinum Service guests have

access to the Outback Explorer Lounge and Queen

Adelaide Restaurant Car.

Gold Service

Gold Service guests have a choice of a twin

or single sleeper cabin. Twin Cabins have a

comfortable 3-seater lounge which converts to an

upper and lower sleeping berth at night. Single

Cabins have similar features to Twin Cabins,

however showers and toilets are located at the

end of each carriage. All Gold Service guests have

access to the Outback Explorer Lounge and Queen

Adelaide Restaurant where all meals are included in

the journey fare.

Red Service

Red Service offers a choice of Sleeper Cabins

or Day/Nighter Seats. Sleepers offer twin share

accommodation, with two facing lounge chairs

during the day, which convert to upper and lower

sleeping berths at night. Day/Nighter Seat and one

comfortable two-abreast reclining chairs. Toilet and

shower facilities are located at the end of each

carriage. All Red Service guests have access to

the Red service Diner where meals and snacks

can be purchased.

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hertz

The best way to see all that the South Australia has to offer, is with the freedom and flexibility of a Hertz vehicle. You will find

Hertz will have an office nearby with helpful local knowledge and a fleet of carefully maintained, late model vehicles at your service.

Committed to offering fast, friendly and efficient service to ensure your rental experience is smooth from beginning to end.

Australia Rates (including Perth). Excludes Remote, Northern Territory & Western

Australia.

INCLUSIVE RATES

(Include Airport Concession Fee Recovery, Vehicle Registration Recovery &

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

GROUP C

Toyota Corolla Sedan or similar

GROUPS B

Toyota Corolla Hatch 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

AUD$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 AUD$30.25 per rental day to

a maximum charge of AUD$211.75 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, R, T & V only. For rentals of 3 days or more

within Metro Regions – no one-way fee will apply. One way fees and further restrictions will apply if

hire includes Northern Territory or Western Australia locations. Minimum 1 day hire is also available

between locations within Tasmania.

• Rental vehicles may be taken on the ferry to Kangaroo Island

Additional Extras

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

30 day 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 Stamp Duty charges.

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

Europcar

GROUP E

Toyota Kluger or similar

Group Vehicle or Similar Doors / seats Rates per day

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

B / CCMR ECONOMY 5/4 $141 $132 $126 $124

A / ECAR COMPACT 5/5 $136 $124 $122 $122

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

C / ICAR INTERMEDIATE 4/5 $161 $149 $144 $137

S / SCAR STANDARD 4/5 $162 $151 $147 $141

D / FCAR SFULL SIZE 5/4 $172 $159 $149 $142

E / FWAR STATION WAGON 5/5 $182 $167 $164 $161

P / PCAR STATION WAGON 4/5 $200 $174 $169 $165

T / FVAR 8 SEATER MINIVAN 5/8 $222 $199 $194 $192

Includes: Unlimited kilometres, 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 Australian cities, Northern Territory and other

states, 4WD, Mini Bus and NeverLost (xGPS) available on request.

Europcar Australia 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 June 2012.

Group

Vehicle or Similar

Doors /

seats

Rates per day

MANUAL TRANSMISSION 1+ 2+ 4+ 7+

ECMR Economy 3/4 $213 $107 $100 $96

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

CDAR Compact 5/5 $233 $117 $109 $104

IDAR Intermediate 4/5 $248 $124 $116 $111

SDAR Standard 4/5 $271 $136 $126 $120

FDAR Full Size 4/5 $326 $163 $151 $143

IFDR Intermediate 4X4 5/5 $338 $169 $156 $148

FWAR Full Size Wagon 5/5 $300 $150 $137 $129

PVAR 8 Seater Minivan 5/8 $404 $202 $187 $178

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 CDW (Collision Damage Waiver)

liability reduction.

Rates are based on hires 01 May – 30 June 2012, for hires outside of these dates surcharges apply,

please enquire.

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

vehicles, large 4WDs and mini buses are available on request. GPS available on request.

ECMR

Hyundai i20 or similar

FWAR

Subaru Outback or similar

SDAR

Holden Cruze or similar

General Information

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

card imprint will be taken to cover the DLF plus any optional extras. Cash/cheque 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 AUD$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 AUD$5.50 per day, per driver –

max charge AUD$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 AUD$7.70 per day, to a maximum of AUD$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 AUD$10.95 per day payable

direct at pick up of your vehicle. GPS units may be taken one way with a $25 drop off fee.

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


south australia Map

Adelaide City Map

BUXTON STREET GOVER STREET

PORT RD

MOLESWORTH ST

13 11 10 14

HINDLEY ST

2

4

CURRIE ST

WAYMOUTH ST

WEST TCE

ANZAC HWY

BARNARD ST ARCHER STREET

WARD ST

BROUGHAM PL

STRANGEWAYS TCE

WAR MEMORIAL DRIVE

Port

Adelaide

12km

Airport

12

BARTON TERRACE

CHILDERS STREET

River

FRANKLIN

ST

GROTE ST

1

GOUGER ST

WRIGHT

Whitmore

STURT Square ST

GILBERT

SOUTH

MORPHETT ST

Glenelg 10km

ADELAIDE

FITZROY TERRACE

TYNTE STREET

ST

TCE

ST

KING WILLIAM RD

KING WILLIAM ST

GREENHILL RD

BROUGHAM PL

KERMODE ST

PENNINGTON TCE

Adelaide

Oval

MONTEFIORE RD

Torrens

O'CONNELL ST

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Victoria

Square

VICTORIA DRIVE

KINTORE AVE

NORTH

TCE

RUNDLE MALL RUNDLE ST

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FLINDERS ST

WAKEFIELD ST

ANGAS

PULTENEY ST

Central Market

ST

CARRINGTON ST

Hurtle

HALIFAX Square ST

SOUTH

STANLEY ST

MELBOURNE ST

FROME ST

GILLES

To NORTH EAST RD

KINGSTON TERRACE

FINNISS ST

7

Adelaide

Hills 15km

5

MACKINNON

PIRIE ST

TCE

ST

PARADE ST

Botanic

Art Gardens

Gallery

HUTT ST

GLEN OSMOND RD

The

Barossa

70km

EAST

South Australia & Adelaide City maps

TERRACE

Map Key:

1 BreakFree Directors Studios

2 BreakFree Adelaide

3 Crowne Plaza Adelaide

4 Hotel Grand Chancellor

on Hindley

5 Majestic Minima Hotel

6 Majestic Roof Garden

7 Mantra Hindmarsh Square

8 Medina Grand Treasury Adelaide

9 Mercure Grosvenor Hotel

10 Oaks Embassy

11 Oaks Horizon

12 Oaks Plaza Pier

13 Rockford Adelaide

14 Sebel Playford

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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 03 February 2012 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 01 February 2012.

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.

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Our thanks to our thanks to South Australian Tourism Commission

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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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