A Spring Mystery

Come along and be confused with us!


Our mystery tour visits a town that was envisaged as the “New Orleans” of SA. It had the first of its kind here in 1838. It quickly became a very important place and saw large numbers of people passing through. It also saw huge wealth at one stage and has one of the state’s oldest continually operating hotels? Our visit includes exploring one of the key parts of the heritage of this town, plus enjoying lunch in the historic hotel. After lunch we explore the reason this town was established in the first place and much more. So come along and enjoy a top day out in Spring!


Permaculture Tour

Learn about growing food sustainably.


Alongside the Gawler River lies a heritage listed homestead. It’s here in the early 1980’s that a local family, the Brookmans, decided to develop their own permaculture farm. Permaculture is about producing food crops organically, ensuring the land is kept in good condition for future generations. The Brookman family now have over 160 varieties of fruit, nuts, grains, vegetables and timber on their property. After lunch at a local hotel, we venture off for a gorgeous drive through the hills. Its going to be a fabulous day!


A Giving Christmas

Have a great day and help others too.


With many people around the world less fortunate than us, we’ve planned a day that gives us a wonderful time, plus makes a difference for others. We are visiting a special little store in the Hills, operated by Hope International to raise funds for their work in Africa. Our lunch is a traditional Christmas-style feast at Auchendarroch House and this afternoon, we have our traditional stop to purchase freshly picked cherries. Endeavour Tours is also donating $5 to the Hutt Street Centre for every customer who travels on the December Day Tour and is collecting long life food items for donation.


The Bend Racetrack

Come and see the new world-class facilities


Have you seen the amazing new development just east of Tailem Bend? The Bend is SA’s world-class motorsport complex and it’s unique in having all motorsport disciplines ‘through the one gate’. We visit the Welcome Centre and SkyDeck, and have lunch in the onsite restaurant. Unfortunately our coaches aren’t quite quick enough to mix it with the racecars, though there are views of the track area available. This will be a fascinating trip to see the work here, funded by SA’s largest private company.


Whale Watching & Art Displays

Great Sights on the South Coast!


Winter doesn’t have to be dull and dreary! It’s a great time to head to the south coast to see any whales that might be visiting our beaches! We are wandering south to see if we can spy any of the magnificent Southern Right Whales who often pop in to visit the south coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula, en-route to Antarctica where they spend the warmer months. While here, we also admire the work of the renowned Victor Harbor Art Society in their SALA Festival exhibition. Spend a wonderful day out in a nice, warm bus!


Barossa Valley Chocolates

Delicious new producer in the Barossa!


What could be better than a brand new chocolate maker in the beautiful Barossa Valley? Barossa Valley Chocolates has recently opened their new centre just outside Tanunda. They make 250 different products and our visit includes a special talk and tasting. And if you don’t like chocolate? Well, you can always pop in to the Vineyard Road cellar door, which is part of the same complex. The gorgeous setting of the Barossa makes for a truly delightful day out, especially as the seasons start to change from winter to spring.


Easter Treat Trail

Enjoy a mystery day collecting sweet treats


This April we have a sweet mystery for you! We are taking our own hunt for special Easter treats and you are guaranteed to find some delicious delights to bring home. One of our stops is in a town named after someone who commanded an African animal and you might think the next place we visit could be a little temperamental! Hopefully this will whet your appetite for a sweet day out hunting for treats! Come join the fun.


Australia's Biggest Morning Tea

Raising money for the Cancer Council


This is a fantastic opportunity to come together, share a cuppa and some delicious food and help those affected by cancer. Each year the Cancer Council encourages Australian’s to host a fundraising morning tea and during May, we are donating $7.50 for each person who joins our tour. Morning tea is at the Lookout Cafe, Kings Baptist Church, then we’ll head to the Hills to enjoy lunch in the charming town of Gumeracha. Wear something yellow or blue and help us make a difference in the fight against cancer.


Urrbrae House and Hills Views

Explore SA’s fascinating heritage


We visit a fabulous heritage building that many of us pass by every day without knowing it exists! Urrbrae House was built in 1891 as the home of Peter and Matilda Waite. Originally from Scotland, Peter became a wealthy pastoralist in Australia. The designer of the house interior, also designed much of the Titanic interior and the home was the first to have refrigeration in Adelaide. We will tour the main floor before heading to Meadows for lunch. Don’t miss the chance to tour this special home!


Progressive Summer's Feast

Dine your way around the Fleurieu!


Start 2019 with something a little different! This tour is a progressive feast, where we taste our way around the beautiful countryside of the Fleurieu Peninsula, enjoying each course at a different venue. Our entrée is a delightful platter at Harvest the Fleurieu. Situated at Mount Compass, it has become a showcase for Fleurieu product. We head further south for our main course at the Middleton Tavern and for dessert we enjoy the freshness of berries with a cool summer treat at the Blueberry Patch. Don’t miss this delicious tour!



A Dream Day

Art, culture, friends and fabulous views


Marra Dreaming is a wonderful cultural centre where Aboriginal people can show their artwork and a meeting place where community – like us – can gather. Our hosts are friendly, warm and welcoming, and this is a great opportunity to connect with the culture and people of Australia’s Indigenous community. For lunch we travel a short distance into the Adelaide hills and take a scenic afternoon drive through the beautiful hills roads. This is going to be one of the stand-out tours of our year!


March's Mysterious Meander

We aim to confuse!


A mystery tour is always fun! We are heading in a direction other than west to a place that was developed for one reason and is now being used for a variety of others. Although this area is known for something that many people find delicious, this place was used for something that most people wouldn’t describe that way. It’s a short drive to lunch, in a place that has suggestions of being out in the sun, but might make you ask: “under what?” It’s no mystery that today will be a great day out with friendly people!