Are you fascinated by Rome? Do you want to see real pieces of history, from one of the most extensive political and cultural powers in western civilization?
The Rome: City and Empire exhibition is at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra. It features treasures from the British Museum, that demonstrate the grandeur of the vast empire of ancient Rome and share insights into everyday life, worship, war, glory and death.
We are taking a tour down to see this fascinating exhibit - come and join us!
The Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras is a yearly event that celebrates the LGBT community, attended by thousands of people from around the country and overseas.
It is an event full of colour, glitter, music and many excited people!
Steam trains, antique machinery and entertainment - what more could you want! The Hunter Valley Steamfest hosts heritage steam locomotives, as well as diesel engines. The event runs over a weekend in April, with 60,000 people attending last year.
The locos and engines take passengers on several journeys across the Hunter region.
Ironfest began as a celebration of the birth of steel in Australia in Lithgow and has evolved into a large festival, including artists, performers and re-enactments.
Don your medieval costume and join in the fun!
The Bright Autumn Festival is a celebration of the beautiful autumn colours and sensational autumn produce in Victoria's Alpine High Country region.
It is a ten day celebration, with special events included, such as a market, music in the streets and a grand parade.
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas - in July? Experience the Winter Wonderland that is the Blue Mountains this time of year. While cold winds blow and the occasional snow falls, you’ll be treated to the warm ‘Mountains’ hospitality, log fires, Christmas fare, carols, singalongs and perhaps even Santa.
You’ll be staying in the Carrington Hotel, where you can explore the delicious imported deli items, rows of boutique, local and foreign wines or admire the carefully restored power station building.
Pack your sparkle, glitter and glam rags as you head off to experience the 2019 Broken Heel Festival that celebrates the theatrical anniversary of “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” at her spiritual home, The Palace Hotel and the township of Broken Hill.
You'll be treated to a sensational food menu, unique cocktails, drag markets and performances which take place over three stages. Whether you’re into comedy, cabaret, live music, or just want to take part in the social activities paying homage to this iconic cult movie and stage musical - there’s something for everyone.
The Tesselaar Tulip Festival is one of Victoria’s most iconic tourist attractions, showcasing fields as they burst into colour each year. The show includes over 120 different varieties of tulips alone. Meanwhile, you can also enjoy live entertainment, market stalls and culinary delights from around the globe.
The tour also includes and some of the iconic southern Victorian experiences, such as a stay in Shepparton and a day at the Healesville Sanctuary - a bushland haven for Australian wildlife.
Country 2 Country Australia will be 10 hours of country music, spanning multiple stages, showcasing the best in country music.
Joining Tim McGraw will be the hugely popular Kelsea Ballerini, along with Midland, and many more international and local artists to be announced.
Sometimes we all just need a get away. To treat ourselves with a bit of luxury.
Spend the weekend touring through the Blue Mountains, experiencing the galleries, the gardens, the cafes and the restaurants.
And come home to grandeur and beauty of the Hydro Majestic. Surrounded by the Megalong Valley, the views from here are unparalleled.
Come cruising with us! Climb aboard the famous Riverboat Postman, and enjoy the magnificent scenery of the lower Hawkesbury River. Sit back and relax while you listen to the stories from the skipper, surrounded by nature.
There is also a visit to The Factory, (the home of renowned Australian confectionery producers) The Gosford Regional Gallery and Edogawa Commemorative Garden.
We have combined wine and cheese - with christmas lights!
Spend the day indulging at wine and chocolate tastings, in beautiful gardens. Then spend the evening at the Hunter Valley Gardens Christmas Lights Spectacular. It has become a family tradition with millions of Christmas lights on display!
What a perfect way to start the festive season!
We can't wait to welcome you aboard
Grab your friends and make a day of it.