Wine, Cheese and Chocolates.....and Koalas?
A day in the country.
Travel north of Sydney through beautiful Kuringai Chase National Park.
Morning stop at the Brooklyn Bridge on the beautiful Hawkesbury River.
Continue through historic towns and green rolling hills to the beautiful Hunter Valley, the birthplace of Australia's wine industry, now home to 150+ cellar doors.
Taste at several of Australia's oldest family vineyards and boutique wineries.
Lunch and wine amongst the rose gardens ( your expense)
There is also time to taste some of the regions superb cheeses and olive oils.
Conclude with some sampling at the chocolate and fudge factory.
A stop may be made at one of Sydney's most charming Wildlife Parks en route, where you may Cuddle a Koala, feed a kangaroo, watch a wombat and have a close encounter with a Tassie devil and some snakes and spiders!!
Koala Photo included.
We will delete a vineyard if you wish to include this.
0800 Depart Sydney City hotels, airport or cruise terminals
0930 Arrive Hawkesbury River coffee stop OR
0945 Optional Wildlife Park visit
1145 Wine Tasting
1315 Lunch stop
1415 Wine Tasting
1500 (optional extra wine tasting/cheese tasting)
1530 Chocolate tasting, coffee and ice cream stop
1600 Depart Hunter Valley
1830 arrive Sydney
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel
Duration: 11 hours
Traffic and weather
Fully airconditioned, licensed and insured vehicles with driver.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 AUD - Lunch + 2 wine tastings
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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This is a great tour something for all age groups! Animals, wine, chocolate!!! It was perfect! Made even better by Lyndal. She is an excellent guide totally accomodating, ready to make last minute adjustments to suit your needs. She is knowledgeable and has a great personality. We felt like we were touring with and old friend!! Highly recommend this tour, Lyndal and tours by locals. They have also been very helpful with some last minute tour adjustments.