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  1. The Pom Queen

    Mumford and Sons - Australia Tour

    Mumford and Sons are coming to Oz later this year, tickets are already on sale.
  2. I and my partner will be visiting Australia in the beginning of 2012 and found classic 12 days itinerary and we have 7 days more in Australia, what you would suggest to visit for post tour extension. Thank you in advance! Day 1. Arrive Sydney. G'day! Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Day 2. Sydney sightseeing. This morning during your guided walking tour of the historic Rocks area, you will enjoy views of the harbour and see historic buildings and sandstone stairs whilst wandering through the many alleyways. Your guide will tell you the story of the settlement of New South Wales. An afternoon city tour past the Opera House, Botanical Gardens and the southern beaches including Bondi. Day 3. Sydney. Your cruise of Sydney Harbour today includes stops at the Rocks, Opera House, Watson's Bay and Taronga Zoo. Your ticket is flexible enabling you to take any of the 8 daily departures, spending as long as you wish at each stop before rejoining the cruise. Entrance to the Taronga Zoo, where you can see many native animals including kangaroos and koalas, is included in your ticket. This evening is free to enjoy Sydney. (Alternatively you can take the overnight train to Melbourne – please ask for details). Day 4. Sydney to Melbourne. Transfer to the airport today for your short flight from Sydney to Melbourne (airfare not included). An early morning arrival gives you a full day at leisure to enjoy this cosmopolitan city. Melbourne is a great place for shopping! Go for a tram ride or visit the casino. Tonight try one of Melbourne's BYOB restaurants or the Tramcar Restaurant. Day 5. Melbourne sightseeing and Penguin Parade. This morning's sightseeing tour takes you to cathedrals, parks, gardens and historic landmarks. An afternoon tour to Phillip Island to see the world renowned "Little Penguin Parade". Day 6. Melbourne to Ayers Rock. This morning you are transferred to the airport for your flight to Ayers Rock. This afternoon tour the nearby Olgas and afterwards watch the spectacular sunset over "The Rock". Day 7. Ayers Rock to Kings Canyon. This morning is spent visiting the area with time to climb the Rock if you wish. You'll hear some of the Aboriginal mythology and legends which surround this region. In the afternoon depart for Kings Canyon. Day 8. Kings Canyon to Alice Springs. This morning you have the chance to explore Kings Canyon, one of the most spectacular gorges in the Northern Territory. In the afternoon travel to the legendary "A town like Alice". Day 9. Alice Springs to Cairns. Today is at leisure until you are transferred to the airport for your flight to Cairns. Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Day 10. Great Barrier Reef. Today visit the Outer Barrier Reef. There will be time for a swim (snorkel or dive) and to view the abundant sea life from the underwater observatory and see the beautiful coral from a glass bottom boat. L Day 11. Kuranda & Aboriginal Experience. Board the Kuranda train for a scenic ride to Kuranda, famous for its markets. Travel into the towering rainforest on an amphibious army duck. Enjoy an Aussie barbecue lunch and an authentic Aboriginal cultural performance under the canopy of the rainforest. Experience a "Dreamtime" walk with an Aboriginal guide. Throw a boomerang and see Australian native animals including koalas and kangaroos and enjoy a ride on Skyrail. Day 12. Depart Cairns. At leisure until you are transferred to the airport.
  3. kernow43

    Aussie wins Tour de France

    Congratulations to Cadel Evans on his great acheivement in winning http://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/tour-de-france/evans-seals-tour-de-france/story-fn9485p4-1226062095558 Also to Mark Cavendish to win the green first for a pom:jiggy:
  4. The Pom Queen

    Tour De France

    Ok I'm not a sports person so please bear with me, but I'm currently watching some of the Tour De France with Rob and he told me they do 200km + a day, now what on earth do they do if they need the loo, it's not as though they can stop at the side of the road with all the spectators there:shocked:
  5. tonyman

    Dolly Parton World Tour .....

    i think she kicks off her Aussie tour here in Perth in November 8th ........tickets go on sale June 20th......at the Burswood.....Dome ......
  6. Smirfyduo

    First tour of duty!!

    Just recently back from our first trip back to the UK after moving to Aus!! BIL was getting married, so we made the effort and went over and caught up with all our mates and rellies as well as putting in an appearance at the wedding. It was a quickie – only 2 weeks in the UK, with 4 nights in Singapore on the way back.:goofy: Unfortunately, OH family and mine don’t live near each other, and our mates are even further afield so it meant a lot of travelling whilst in the UK as well. Add to that the fact that I came down with a good dose of tonsillitis at the end of week 1 and you will understand that we did not get off to a good start.:yes: On the plus side, there was an emergency doctor open over the weekend where my Mom lives, who saw me within 10 minutes of walking through the door. Minimal forms to complete, very quick and easy!! Had to go back again on the Monday – seen within 5 minutes of walking in – no appointment either time!! Very impressed.:wubclub: I must say, I had forgotten how pretty the UK country side is! It really was very green and looked lovely. We did not have the greatest weather while we were there – it was pretty chilly and overcast, but I think it only rained once in the whole 2 weeks. Apart from being good to see everyone, I think the trip was good for us as it reminded us a few things which we thought that we missed…. And maybe we don’t really miss some of them?? There were the silly things. The corner yoghurts with the crunchy bits – in my mind I remembered them to be much tastier!! Wotsits, Quavers, ginger nut biscuits – all sorts of little things that I thought that I missed and they turned out to be a disappointment when I got them! Then there were the not so silly things – friends who didn’t make the effort to meet up with us even though we had given them plenty of notice. We arranged a pub night and told our friends about it well in advance. Loads of people did come and it was great to see them, but there were a few people who didn’t, even though they said they would. Don’t get me wrong – it was great seeing everyone who came, but of all the people who did make the effort, those that didn’t were the ones that we thought we were closer to?? (2 weeks later and still haven’t heard from them either) Grandparents have gotten older, friends’ children have grown! But otherwise people seem to be getting on fine without us!! In fact a lot of them are doing the same things they were doing when we were there. (Not that I am knocking it!) It did feel like we were telling the same stories 500 times, but that was understandable because every one we saw asked similar questions. I remember when we arrived in Aus, we were blown away by how friendly people were. I distinctly remember our first shopping trip to Coles, and how friendly the cashier was. I think because of that, maybe I started to remember only the bad instances in the UK? Like everyone was rude and unfriendly all the time, and all Aussies were warm and welcoming ALL the time. While we were in the UK we ate out at loads of pubs and, apart from one waiter, everyone was great! Friendly, helpful, reasonably priced. It was good to be reminded of this. I certainly found that drivers are more courteous in the UK, and I found groceries in general to be cheaper than in Aus – but then to be fair, when we moved here I got $2.20 to £1, now we only paid $1.60 for £1. The specials in the supermarkets did seem really good value – I saw pork joints for £2.50 /kg Small things and really arbitrary examples of things, but heyho!! I guess this trip reinforced to us that the UK was not a bad place to live – and that the move to Aus, for us, has been a good thing, even though we still miss things about the UK.
  7. one of the best voices in punk is back in Oz during May ........Hugh Cornwell former vocalist and guitarist with the Stranglers will be appearing at the Charles Hotel North Perth , May 8th ph 9444 1051 ..........any die hard punks interested .......... :biggrin:
  8. tonyman

    Neil Diamond world tour ......

    Im sorry i was absent last night but my wife and i took my Mum and Dad to see Neil Diamond at the NIB stadium ,home of the mighty not Perth Glory..........it was a surprise for them as they have been big fans of his for most of their life but never seen him ......... What a fantastic night it was .......2hrs of pure live talent ,enthusiasm and addiction.....this young man loves to entertain ,he is a credit to the music industry.................and my parents and i loved every minute of it..........a night they will never forget ....................:wubclub:
  9. After attending a couple of the excellent drinks nights that Kathryn organises, I felt inspired to try to run an event myself. So, I am looking to get together a group of the Melbourne based Poms In Oz for a Vineyard tour. The tour takes a full day and you get to visit four or five vineyards plus lunch is included. You are driven around in a minibus, which removes any need to worry about driving after sampling a few different vintages. There are a couple of companies that run the tours, links are below: http://www.austwinetourco.com.au/private_yarra_valley_winery_tours.htm Yarra Valley Winery Tours - Daily Social Group Wine Tours Victoria Yarra Valley vineyards wines tastings Melbourne Australia The price is somewhat dependent on how many people go on the tour. For a group of ten, picked up from central Melbourne, the price is around one hundred and thirty five dollars per head. The potential date I am looking at is the Saturday the 27th of November. Let me know via a PM if you are interested so that I can work out a rough idea of numbers. Cheers Jon
  10. Does anybody know of this offer? We are in Singapore for 18 hours and want to go into the city. Can you hop on and off this tour? Thanks in advance. Tracey
  11. Hi all I'm in the process of arranging my families world tour for next may-sept 2010 and we will be in oz for 4 weeks, I'm after your help to give suggestions as to the best things to do and places to visit? I have 3 young girls aged 5,7,9 and I always find when there happy mum and dad are happy!!. All help and advise would be greatfuly recieved, one thing we all want to do is a bit of campervanning so any routes or who to talk to in oz would be great. Thanks all:biggrin: Mike
  12. hi all, we are off to oz soon yippee!! and wondered if anyone had any tips on which reef tour to do?? we have a 5year old who is looking forward to seeing it aswell!! so any advice would be great only there for 5 days so dont want to pick the wrong one there are sooooo many many tips?? thanks dee ;-)))
  13. If you have ever dreamt of the doing the Australasian Safari (nicknamed the Australian Dakar), but don't want to compete. You have another option. This could be a fantastic way to meet people, have fun at the same time, and see the country...... ADVENTURE TOUR AUTOConcept The Auto Tour ("AT") is a tour providing 4WD enthusiasts the opportunity to become closely involved with the Australasian Safari without needing to compete. The AT Course and AT Itinerary will be integrated with the Competition Course and Competition Itinerary but at an achievable and enjoyable pace. The AT will also explore remote outback places of historic interest. The AT is a separate Course and Itinerary from the Moto Tour. It is also with great excitement that our hosts for the 2009 tour are Simon and Miranda Christie from 4WDTV. To enter the Adventure Tour AUTO - please download the following three documents, make sure you read and understand them and submit your expression of interest into the Safari Office as soon as possible. Places are limited. Download the Adventure Tour Brochure HERE Download the Australasian Safari Adventure Tour Conditions of Entry HERE Download the Expressions of Interest Form AUTO HERE Or ADVENTURE TOUR MOTO Concept The Moto Tour ("MT") is a tour providing motorcyclists the opportunity to become closely involved with the Australasian Safari without needing to compete. The MT Course and MT Itinerary will be integrated with the Competition Course and Competition Itinerary but at an achievable and enjoyable pace. The MT will also explore remote outback places of historic interest. The MT is a separate Course and Itinerary from the Auto Tour. To enter the Adventure Tour MOTO or the Adventure Tour Moto Compact - please download the following three documents, make sure you read and understand them and submit your expression of interest into the Safari Office as soon as possible. Places are limited. Download the Adventure Tour Brochure HEREDownload the Australasian Safari Adventure Tour Conditions of Entry HERE Download the Expressions of Interest Form MOTO HERE We are also needing officials to help on the actual Safari, if you are interested please send us a pm.
  14. Hi everyone, I have booked a Melbourne Winery Tour with a ride on the Puffing Billy Steam Train too. Has anyone been on either of these tours? What are they like?
  15. Guest

    Uk football tour

    Guys new to your forum just want to let you know about a Tour Premier Football Tours (Brisbane) would like to invite teams and players from all clubs in the age group 11 - 19 on their inaugural EPL ACADEMY TOUR 2009. Scheduled for late November 2009 this tour will take in 4 training sessions at CHELSEA ACADEMY 3 training sessions at LIVERPOOL ACADEMY and 2 training sessions at CHARLTON ACADEMY. In addition this fantastic tour will also take in tours of ANFIELD and STAMFORD BRIDGE plus 4 games against local teams (depending on age of players on tour). The tour is fully inclusive and includes 12 night’s accommodation including breakfast/evening meal, all flights, taxes, transfers, travel insurance, training sessions, games and 2 stadium tours. The tour is ex Brisbane at this stage but Sydney/ Melbourne can be added in. Extra sightseeing tours, stadium tours and a “live” EPL game(s) can be arranged for an additional cost. This tour is run by an exceptional academy tour company in the UK and is very professional. The tour requires a minimum 25 people to ensure its viability so be sure to register your interest today. For more info on cost or to register your interest please email kevin@premierfootballtours.com or visit the website www.premierfootballtours.com and download a copy of the tour itinerary then send an online info request. Click on these links for more info: www.premierfootballtours.com/Premier_Football_Tours_-_UK_Tour.pdf - Sample itinerary www.premierfootballtours.com/newsletter_FEB_09.pdf Newsletter
  16. Guest

    Camper Tour can u help?

    Hi Folks, I'm looking for advice on camping in a motorhome (mini) can I stay anywhere or do I have to go to camps? I'm on a 3 week reccy to find somewhere for a fish and chip shop restaraunt of to buy a going concern and put my angle on it. The Pacific Feast awaits you soon. Cheers, JC
  17. Guest

    World tour of Australia

    Hi, everyones talking about Wanted down under but what about Billy Connelys world tour of Australia on DAVE now. I know it's abit old but Billy connely prob the best comedian (he has me in stitches) ever and Austalia you cant get better. Angie xxx
  18. Guest

    East Coast Tour

    Hi, I'm emigrating to OZ in September. We're arriving in Cairns and are then planning to take a campervan down the East Coast to Sydney. Just wondering if anyone knows what the campsites are like. We would prefer not to book as it would stucture our holiday, like the idea of deciding things on a whim. Anyone know whether the campsites tend to get fully booked this time of year or would we be OK. Our only worry in all this is that we have a 2 year old with us on our travels. Would be grateful if anyone could share their experiences Thanks Claire
  19. Herbster

    Muse On Tour