Outback NSW Food & Wine Tour | March 2021

10 Days
Category:
  • Outback-Australia
  • Dinner cooked over the camp fire at Bindara Station
  • Emus in the field Broken Hill
  • Boarding the train at Central
  • Lunch at a country pub
  • Palace Hotel Broken Hill

Welcome to our tour of regional NSW, with visits to some wonderful historic homesteads, award-winning gardens and the opportunity to share a meal with some remarkable outback hosts. 

You can get an insight into the daily life of a working property, take a guided tour of the history and nature of the property, and in the evening after a rewarding drink, sit down to a delicious home-cooked meal which is sourced primarily from that farm. Along the way, you will visit World Heritage areas and be guided through them with Aboriginal guides where possible.

You will most likely encounter Australian wildlife almost daily including kangaroos, emus, echidnas and a colourful range of spectacular birds. There will be opportunities to taste some award-winning wine and foods direct from the producers and time to relax, unwind and to meet the locals.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Visit some of Griffith’s most famous food and wine locations
  2. Guided farm tour at historic Bindara Station located on the banks of the Darling River
  3. Aboriginal guided tour of the Mungo world heritage area including the famous “Walls of China”
  4. Guided tour of Yanga National Park
  5. Home-cooked South African camp oven dinner at Burraburoon
  6. Guided tour and shearing demonstration at Shear Outback in Hay
  7. Guided tour of Dunera Museum and Bishop’s Lodge in Hay
  8. Personalised walking farm tour at Corynnia Station
  9. A trip highlight, a grand silver service dinner at Corynnia Station
  10. River Lady Cruise subject to Covid-19 from the Menindee Lakes
DEPARTURE DATE
13 March 2021
DURATION 10 days
TOUR COST $5,950 per person twin share
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT
$750 Additional
All transportation as per itinerary
Twin-share accommodation
Transfers to and from hotels as per itinerary
Meals as listed on the itinerary
Entry fees to places of interest as per itinerary
Experienced local tour guide/driver

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Tours depart with minimum of 6 clients
  • No more than 6 clients on any trip
  • To book and reserve your place on a tour, a deposit of $500 and a completed booking form is required

Welcome to our tour of regional NSW, with visits to some wonderful historic homesteads, award-winning gardens and the opportunity to share a meal with our remarkable hosts. Be fascinated by an outback life. You can get an insight into the daily life of a working property, take a guided tour of the history and nature of the property, and in the evening after a rewarding drink, sit down to a delicious home-cooked meal which is sourced primarily from that farm. Along the way, you will visit World Heritage areas and be guided through them with Aboriginal guides where possible. You will encounter Australian wildlife almost daily including kangaroos, emus, echidnas and a colourful range of spectacular birds. There will be opportunities to taste some award-winning wine and foods direct from the producers and time to relax, unwind and to meet the locals.

This tour will be limited to a maximum of 6 guests and consequently, due to the small group size, there will not be a Blue Dot Tour leader. Blue Dot Travel has conducted a recce and we know that you will be in excellent hands with your local tour guide and driver Bill. Fitness Level: Low to a reasonable level of fitness required. Some short hikes to be expected. Bring hiking poles if you normally use them. Many of the roads you travel on are unsealed dirt or gravel. Although it doesn’t rain much in the outback when it does unsealed roads are likely to be closed to traffic. Bindara and Mungo are dry weather only. Our touring route and itinerary will be adjusted in the event of wet weather.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Visit some of Griffith’s most famous food and wine locations
  2. Guided farm tour at historic Bindara Station located on the banks of the Darling River
  3. Aboriginal guided tour of the Mungo world heritage area including the famous “Walls of China”
  4. Guided tour of Yanga National Park
  5. Home-cooked South African camp oven dinner at Burraburoon
  6. Guided tour and shearing demonstration at Shear Outback in Hay
  7. Guided tour of Dunera Museum and Bishop’s Lodge in Hay
  8. Personalised walking farm tour at Corynnia Station
  9. A trip highlight, a grand silver service dinner at Corynnia Station
  10. River Lady Cruise subject to Covid-19 from the Menindee Lakes

 

Next Steps

If you would like to speak to us regarding this tour please call (02) 9906-5770
If you would like to email please send to [email protected]
To read the full itinerary - download here
Prior to booking, please read our Terms and Conditions
If you are ready to book, please download our Booking Form