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4 days ago
Day 7. This morning we farewelled O’Reillys and headed for the Tambourine Sky walk, then onto Gallery walk. All good things must come to an end as they say, passengers saying good bye to one another.
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5 days ago
Day 6. Another free day up at O’Riley’s. Some of our passengers got involved in the early morning bird feeding, among other activities such as bush walks. Some more adventurous passengers even tried the Zip line! ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Day 5. After an overnight storm and wet morning the day turned out to be really nice. Today a free day to explore what O’Reilly’s has to offer. We were treated to a billy tea and scones for morning tea. Some passengers went off exploring of the walks around the area. Some attended the bird show after lunch. Enjoyable day had by all! ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
Day 4. This morning we headed for the Cedar Creek estate at tambourine mountain for a glow worm tour. After morning tea we took a leisurely drive over to Canungra. Lunch at the O’Reillys vineyard before our drive up the range to o’Reillys rainforest retreat, our stay for the next three nights. Then Off the see the sunset. ... See MoreSee Less
Getting that big bus up the mountain would have frightened the daylights out of oncoming traffic. A very narrow road from the winery.
Day 3. We departed Toowoomba this morning and headed to the Darling Downs Zoo. After enjoying looking at the animals, we continued on for a scenic drive onto Boonah for lunch then to Mt Tambourine for our overnight stay. ... See MoreSee Less
Day 2. Today saw us visit some local attractions around Toowoomba, such as the Japanese gardens, Picnic point and the Cobb & Co museum, as well as a scenic drive out to Nobby to Rudds pub for a delicious lunch. Was nice to see the regions around here got some good rain, didn’t affect our plans to much either. ... See MoreSee Less
Day 15. Today is the last day of our 15 day Birdsville and Lawn Hill Gorge tour and there are a lot of sad faces aboard. It's raining here in Roma as we depart but we are all happy to see it. Everyone on board have thoroughly enjoyed the tour so why not book a seat on one of our upcoming tours and you too can have some fun. Till next time. Cheers from the Down Under crew. ... See MoreSee Less
Day 14. On the road again and we didn't have far to go before our first stop. The crew went to pick up a picnic lunch while everyone else took the opportunity to take photos of the 25 metre high Van Gogh sunflower painting in Morton Park. Our next photo opportunity was at Fairbairn Dam where the capacity was just 13%. They desperately need rain. Morning tea was in Beazley Park, Rolleston before travelling to Arcadia Valley for a station tour. Our guide, Rowan is very passionate about his farm and took us for a trip around some of his property. It was then on to Roma for our last night together. Sadly tomorrow it is off home. ... See MoreSee Less
Our Cob & Co, Tambourine and O’Reillys tour departed this morning.
After all passengers had joined we traveled to the Ipswich rail workshop museum, then followed the Cobb & Co tourist drive through the Lockyer Valley to Laidley where we had lunch. Then up Murphys Creek to Spring Bluff before retiring to our accommodation in Toowoomba for two nights. ... See MoreSee Less
Day 13. After leaving Longreach we headed to our first stop of the day at the Tree of Knowledge at Barcaldine, which is also the birthplace of the Labor party. It was then off to the Australian Worker's Heritage centre where everyone wandered through the museum and enjoyed a yummy lunch. Our next break was at the cute little township of Alpha. Lots of street art to photograph there too. A brisk walk around town to stretch our legs and it was then time to head for our motel in Emerald. ... See MoreSee Less