Take a trip to Goondiwindi for a little taste of the outback. From country hospitality and homestyle cooking, to history, culture and industry, you will find out what makes these districts tick.
Take a trip to Goondiwindi for a little taste of the outback. Goondiwindi is of course, the commercial hub of the vast south west agricultural and pastoral sector producing cotton, wool, pork and olives for the domestic and overseas markets. Despite ongoing challenges with diverse weather conditions, country communities across the land are forever welcoming. From country hospitality and homestyle cooking, to history, culture and industry, you will find out what makes these districts tick.
Visit Cecil Plains Homestead for a tour and homestyle lunch
Take a behind the scenes look at Goondiwindis cotton industry from paddock to garment at Goondiwindi Cotton
Discover the authentically restored building and magnificent cottage garden of Customs House Museum
View the stained glass windows at Holy Trinity Anglican Church by artist William Bustard
Ensuite accommodation twin share basis
Taxi home pickup and return within the Greater Brisbane area*
7 quality meals
Travellers Refund Guarantee
Entries and attractions as shown
Modern luxury coach
Experienced Coach Captain and attentive Tour Director
Robert's Famous Homemade Morning Tea
*As per conditions
Brisbane – Goondiwindi
Traverse the Great Dividing Range, crossing the Darling Downs to Cecil Plains Homestead on the banks of the Condamine River. Enjoy an inspection, tour and tasty homestyle lunch
before continuing on to Millmerran where we will see the historical mural series around the town. Continue on to Goondiwindi for our two night stay at Jolly Swagman Motor Inn.
Take a ‘behind the scenes’ look at Goondiwindi’s cotton industry. Experience the workings of a cotton farm through the production chain from the paddock to the finished garment. Visit the Heritage Water Park and see an interesting display of memorabilia at the Victoria Hotel where we will also enjoy lunch. This afternoon, visit the authentically restored Customs House Museum and cottage garden. Continue on to the Holy Trinity Anglican Church to view 26 stained glass windows including 13 by the famous glass artist, William Bustard. Return to our motel for dinner.
Goondiwindi – Brisbane
Today we travel to Inglewood for a visit to the Golden Leaf Museum before lunch. This afternoon, our journey takes us via Warwick and back into Brisbane, where your transfers will be arranged.
B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
TOUR FARE (incl GST) DEPARTING BRISBANE: $912 per person
Single Supplement available @ $200 extra
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