New Beerenberg Experience

Jam packed and just open.


Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st or Friday 22nd April

One of SA’s most famous strawberry growing families is the Paech family at Beerenberg Farm. We’ve often visited here for their amazing range of scrumptious jams and sauces, but they have just opened something brand new – their Beerenberg Experience. As part of their fabulous new visitor centre, we can learn about the history of the Beerenberg Farm and enjoy a delicious morning tea in their new café. And of course, you can always purchase something to take home! Lunch is at Woodside before we head off the beaten track on the gorgeous back roads of the hills.


Magnificent May Mystery

Visit a great SA community


Wednesday 11th, Thursday 12th or Friday 13th May

We visit a charming, relaxed country town that was once a major freight route in SA. The goods that passed through here were of great importance to the South Australian economy to the South Australian economy. Did I just repeat myself? Well, it’s not surprising – it’s that kind of town! It’s also a town near where a prominent media identity grew up – someone who is known for their ability to talk. We love supporting local communities, and we’re doing that again today! Come along and enjoy a mysteriously good day!


Music and Vines

The wonderful rebirth of our musical heritage.


Wednesday 15th, Thursday 16th or Friday 17th June

Did you know that there is a part of the Adelaide Town Hall in the Barossa? The Hill & Son pipe organ was built in England in the 1870s by Hill & Son. After languishing in storage for several years, the organ was moved to Tanunda and is now fully restored. Today we hear this amazing musical instrument and enjoy lunch in Angaston before making our way through the beautiful Adelaide Hills. It’s going to be a great day – don’t miss out!


Boat Loads of Murals

January Day Tours cancelled. Our apologies.

Given the recent restrictions placed on venues by the Government due to the rising number of COVID cases in SA, we are unable to offer our January day tour. Both the ‘City of Adelaide’ clipper ship and our planned lunch venue, are unable to cater to our group needs at this stage. We are disappointed that we have to cancel our tour, but reassure our customers that we are expecting to resume day tours in February and will make plans to revisit the clipper ship on another occasion.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.


St Andrews Restoration

Support our heritage on a great day out.


In the beautiful town of Strathalbyn, few buildings are as photographed or as well known as St Andrews Church. This magnificent old stone building is on the National Trust heritage list, with the first section built in 1848 and various additions made, as needed through to 1869. Time and weather have had their impact however and now a massive restoration project is underway. We visit for a guided tour and morning tea, before travelling to Meadows where we enjoy a delicious two course lunch. In the afternoon we are looking forward to taking you down some back roads that you may not have travelled before!


March Mystery Meander

Come along and be confused with us!


Autumn is upon us and we are looking to bring confusion to your day! Today we’re visiting a little town that’s a little off the beaten track. The venue we’re visiting might seem completely out of context – but depending on how you look at it, you could also say that it is entirely appropriate. Our lunch today is in a different town, one where they must like a drink! This afternoon we explore the countryside admiring lots of fresh, green growth. Come with us for a fabulous day of fun!


Virginia Nursery

Spring Gardening and Fun


Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd  October

Spring has sprung! The wattles are blooming, the air is warmer and the season is perfect for getting out and exploring. We are taking advantage of the freshness of the new season to visit Australia’s largest garden centre – the Virginia Nursery. Set in the market garden areas north of Adelaide, Virginia Nursery is much more than just plants for sale. There are also stunning display gardens, home and kitchen ware for sale. Lunch is just a short drive away at the Mawson Lakes Hotel and this afternoon we head home through the hills. Come with us for a fabulous day of fun!


Barossa Chateau

Gallery and Gardens


Wednesday 17th, Thursday 18th and Friday 19th November

Barossa Chateau was opened in 2002 by none other than Her Majesty the Queen. It’s a remarkable complex with a lot to see and do, and on this visit we are exploring the gallery and the garden. Housing one of the most impressive collections of porcelain in Australia, the gallery displays a collection from the 18th and 19th centuries that have been gathered from all over the world. And the garden boasts an equally impressive collection of roses! With the spring flush of flowers, the colours and scents will be superb. We enjoy lunch in Lyndoch, before a scenic drive home. Don’t miss out on a magnificent day!


Christmas Lunch Cruise

Festive fun with friends


Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th December

This tour is a truly delightful day that is sure to get you in the festive spirit. We travel into the suburbs of Adelaide, with a picnic morning tea along the way. We board the West Lakes Princess, designed especially for the waterways of West Lakes. As we cruise, we enjoy a Christmas lunch of roast turkey and Christmas pudding, admiring the spectacular houses and scenery that surrounds. After disembarking we re-board the bus and enjoy a relaxing, scenic drive home. Join us as we celebrate the festive season with friends.


Christmas in July

Celebrate when the weather suits.


Wednesday 14th, Thursday 15th or Friday 16th July

There’s no doubt that in Australia we celebrate Christmas in the wrong season! After all, the idea of having a hot Christmas feast when it’s 40 degrees outside is slightly ridiculous. So this month we’re bringing Christmas to Australia’s winter! We make our way to the quaint town of Mount Torrens, enjoy a delicious Christmas feast in the warm before an afternoon of touring. Come with us today as we head off for a festive July.


New and Old

Heritage Round House and brand new Bridgeport Hotel!


Friday 13th, Wednesday 18th or Thursday 19th August

Come on a day of new discoveries and heritage exploration! Today we’re off into the Murraylands,
to explore the origins of Murray Bridge and visit the very first stone building constructed in the town! Then, after a taste of times gone by, we’re off to perhaps the newest major construction in town – the magnificent and brand new Bridgeport Hotel. Come along and discover the old and new of Murray Bridge!


Warrawong Sanctuary

Famous Hills sanctuary has returned.


Wednesday 15th, Thursday 16th, Friday 17th September

Warrawong Sanctuary was founded in 1969 by well-known environmentalist Dr John Wamsley. After a bumpy ride, which resulted in the sites closure in 2013, Warrawong now has new owners and is open again! As part of our visit we participate in a wildlife show, enjoy lunch in the cafe and have more time to explore in the afternoon. Come with us to see this very special place of peace and tranquillity being used again to protect animals.