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Wine, River & Outback Suggested Self Drive

7 Days/6 Nights car hire from $75 per day
Flights are additional

7 Days/6 Nights car hire from
per day
Flights are additional

Wine, River & Outback Suggested Self Drive -
​7 days/6 nights

From vibrant Adelaide to its neighbouring regions, you are never far away from another amazing experience. From the history and wildlife of Adelaide hills, the majesty of the Murray River, the vine covered hills of the Barossa, to the vast landscapes of the Outback.

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• Rental car: Hertz (Group C) from $​75 per day

Flights are additional
Travel: from 01 Apr 17-29 Mar 18

Day 1: Adelaide
Explore Adelaide city or head to Glenelg just 30 minutes away.
Day 2: Adelaide – Murray River (99km)
Follow the river to the historic port of Mannum where you can take a
short cruise enjoying a leisurely lunch on the river. In the afternoon
cross the river on the free Mannum car ferry and onto Swan Reach.
Day 3: Murray River – Clare Valley (161km)
Head towards the Clare Valley for some wine tasting of local Riesling. Hit
the walking trails, or hire a bike and cycle part of the Riesling Trail.
Day 4: Clare Valley – Wilpena Pound (293km)
Make your way to Wilpena Pound. Travel via Burra, a former copper
mining town well known for its art and antique shops, quench your
thirst at the boutique cider brewery Thorogoods of Burra.
Day 5: Wilpena Pound
Start the day with a breath-taking scenic flight or hot air balloon ride
over Wilpena Pound before exploring the surrounding gorges. Keep an
eye out for native animals and wildflowers, especially in September and
October. There are also a large network of bushwalking and mountain
bike trails throughout the park.
Day 6: Wilpena Pound – Barossa (397km)
Today head to the Barossa, Australia’s most famous wine region. Sample
to your heart’s content and enjoy lunch at one of the many cellar door
Day 7: Barossa – Adelaide (72km)

PS Marion and Mannum Dock Museum – Built in 1897, The Paddle
Steamer Marion is one of the last heritage steam driven vessels in the world and your chance to see history on the water.
Monarto Zoo –
Get lost in the wonder that is Australia’s largest open zoo. Located 30 minutes’ drive from Mannum.
Martindale Hall Heritage Museum –
Be transported in time when you visit this Georgian designed mansion set in rolling countryside. You can enter the rooms and get a feel for what life was like in centuries past. Located at Mintaro about 25 minutes from Clare Valley.
Sevenhill Cellars and St Aloysius Church Clare Valley –
by Jesuits in 1851, take a tour of this historic winery, the underground cellar, wine museum and church.
Wilpena Pound by bike –
One of the more active ways to see Wilpena Pound is by mountain bike. There are mountain bike trails surrounding the area allowing you to view Wilpena Pound “from the inside”.
Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre & Restaurant –
Visit this iconic winery
in the Barossa and enjoy a food and wine master class including a two course lunch with glass of wine.

​Our favourite places to stay:
• Clare Country Club
• Mannum Motel
• Rawnsley Park Station

Photo credit: SATC Photography/Vinters Bar & Grill Barossa Valley

Terms and Conditions

Valid for new bookings only from 01 Apr 17 until ​29 Mar 18 or until sold out. Full payment is required within 7 days of reservation being made and no later than 5 pm 29 Mar 18 All travel must be commenced and completed between 01 Apr 17 and 29 Mar 18 Some surcharges, closeouts, and one way fees apply. Price may vary depending on availability. • Airfares are not included and are an additional cost • Advertised prices are per person share twin based on payment by cash or cheque. Credit card fees will apply • Amendment and cancellation fees apply • Rental Cars are subject to availability • Please ask your House of Travel consultant for full details.

Sale Period

Until 29 Mar 18

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