Tour Description

Cancer Council Fundraiser

Morning tea at Glenbarr Homestead.

Thursday 20th or Friday 21st May 2021
Cost: $93

Have a fun day out while raising money for the important work of the Cancer Council! Every May the Cancer Council encourages people to hold a morning tea to raise funds for supporting people with cancer. This special fundraiser is known as the Biggest Morning Tea because people all across Australia are holding their own morning teas to raise money. And our day tour this month is joining in.

We have arranged a Devonshire morning tea at the Glenbarr Homestead, which was built in 1842 by Scottish pioneer, William Rankine. As part of our visit we are also given a guided tour of Glenbarr. This is not generally available to the public, but as it is History Month we’re lucky to be able to enjoy a tour.

As part of the fundraising, Endeavour Tours is donating $5 to the Cancer Council for every person travelling. If you would like to join in the spirit of the day feel free to bring along some change for a donation – we’ll collect them on the day and pass them on.

After morning tea we drive across for a delicious lunch at the Murray Bridge Club, located right by the river. In the afternoon we tour along back roads on the way home.

We expect to start set-downs in Goolwa at approximately 4.30pm, finishing in Encounter Bay around 5:15pm.

  • 8:50am – Bus stop 4, Rosetta Village, Maude Street Encounter Bay
  • 8:55am – Bus stop 1, Stuart Street, Victor Harbor
  • 9:00am – Bus stop 7, Hayborough
  • 9:05am – Elliot Gardens, Montpelier Terrace Port Elliot
  • 9:15am – Bus stop 12, Middleton
  • 9:25am – Seachange Village, Gardiner Street Goolwa
  • 9:27am – Goolwa Caltex, Cadell Street Goolwa
  • 9:30am – Goolwa Stratco, Hutchinson Street, Goolwa

Important: please give us a call the day before the trip to confirm. The new health requirements mean we have some questions to ask, including getting your choice for lunch.