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Melbourne Self Drive Tour Package - 4 Days

Melbourne Self Drive Tour Package
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Melbourne Self Drive Tour Package

Inclusion

1.Hotel accomodation
2.Tranfers of SIC / priavate basis
3.Daily breakfast
4.Access to hotel amenites
5.Major sightseeings

Exclusion

1.Any other meal than inclusions
2.Any trip/ entry ticket
3.Any travel insurrance
4.Any visa charge(if  applicable)
5.Any goverment charges or taxes

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About (Melbourne Self Drive Tour Package)

Australia is one of the most unique and diverse countries on planet earth. Australia was first settled by the indigenous tribes who were the sole owners of this vast continent. Later during the nineteenth century, European immigrants arrived along with many captive prisoners. Australia is the most sparsely populated country and most of the population is concentrated along the glamorous east coast cities of Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Australia’s western half and central region is full of desert and outback. Initially after the advent of Europeans many aborigine tribes lost their lands and rights to the Europeans and their numbers also declined due to European introduced diseases and armed clashes. Europeans settlers formed provinces, initially six which later joined to become a one country- Australia. This is a highly developed country with very high quality of life. Australia has large areas that have been deforested for agricultural purposes, but many native forest areas survive in extensive national parks and other undeveloped areas. Long-term Australian concerns include salinity, pollution, loss of biodiversity, and management and conservation of coastal areas, especially the Great Barrier Reef. This is a country full of passionate people who excel in arts and music, sports, science and technology and whatever they do. Australia is also a very sporting nation where sports are way of life. Australian Rules football and cricket is very popular. Recently with the success of Australian Soccer team, football is widely followed and admired. Rugby remains a very popular sports and Australia is full of swimmers who always make the country proud during the Olympics. The service industries, including tourism, education, and financial services, account for the majority of the Australian Gross Domestic Product. Within the service sector, tourism is one of the most important industries in Australia, as it provides employment, contributes $73 billion to the economy each year and accounts for at least 11% of total exports. Australia is also blessed with a long coastline and beaches play an important role in the life of locals. Every weekends and holidays, large numbers of locals hit the beaches and enjoy life.

Day 1
Arrive into Melbourne

Welcome to Melbourne - the most romantic city in Australia. On arrival, collect your Car from Airport Desk from your car rental company. Drive down to your hotel Located in CBD area. Breakfast after Check in (guaranteed early check-in). Later in afternoon visit CBD of Melbourne, where you can see the Federation Square, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Shrine of Remembrance and Art Center. Reach Melbourne Cricket Ground Gate no 3 atleast 10 Minutes before 03.00pm to enjoy a guided tour of the famous Melbourne Cricket Ground. (Visit to MCG from inside will not be available during Christmas Day, Good Friday and major MCG event days). Overnight at hotel in Melbourne. (B)

Day 2
Melbourne

After Breakfast, Visit Yarra Valley, Dandenongs & The Ranges, which is one of Melbourne's favourite retreats offering good food, fine wine, welcoming accommodation and unique attractions in natural surroundings.Take the Burwood Highway to Belgrave where each day the Puffing Billy Steam Railway winds through the forests and fern gullies of the Dandenong Ranges National Park. Feed the crimson rosellas at Grants Picnic Grounds or visit the sculptures at William Ricket Sanctuary.Follow Monbulk Road to Lilydale and them on to Yarra Glen via the Melba Highway, gateway to the Yarra Valley wineries. There are more than 35 wineries to choose from, including famous names such as Domaine Chandon, Eyton on yarra, De Bortoli and Yering Station. Return to Melbourne along the Maroondah Highway via Lilydale and Mooroolbark. Road Distance or driving distance from Melbourne to Yarra Valley is approx 61 kms (One Way). Overnight at Melbourne. (B)

Day 3
: Melbourne

Early Morning enjoy the thrill of hot air ballooning over Melbourne at sunrise. Melbourne by hot air balloon provides the ultimate in urban adventure leaving you with a lifetime of memories to share with family and friends. Enjoy the stunning panoramic views that the beautiful city has to offer from the air. Later drive for the excursion trip to Philip Island. Running since 1991, A Maze’N Things is a unique, award winning theme park located on Phillip Island. It is a magical world of illusions, puzzles, mazes and mini golf that provides hours of fun for the whole family. In one location you can be shrunk in our shrinking room, become lost in one of our mazes or fall down the “Look Out” slide. There are activities to test your motor skills, perception and memory. Whatever you decide to do, you’ll be laughing all the way. Phillip Island Chocolate Factory is the sweetest tourist attraction on the Island. Hand made & using Belgian chocolate, the best available! Its creamy texture and slight hint of vanillin is exceptionally mouth watering. The Penguin Parade is Australia’s most popular wildlife attraction and home to the one of the largest Little Penguin colonies in the world. Every sunset, wild Little Penguins emerge from the sea and waddle across the beach to their sand dune burrows. The Penguin Parade is the best place to experience this natural phenomenon. Road Distance or driving distance from Melbourne to Phillip Island is 142 kms (One Way). Overnight at Melbourne. (B)

Day 4
Melbourne - Apollo Bay

Today, you drive to the Great Ocean Road. You will be spellbound by the sheer beauty of the Great Ocean Road which stretches along the Southeast coast of Australia between Geelong & Warrnambool. See the world famous ‘Twelve Apostles’. Its origins is about 10 - 20 million years ago when billions of tiny skeletal fragments created limestone formations & later exposed to violent seas and winds that carved out these remarkable features. Road Distance or driving distance from Melbourne to Apollo Bay is 188 Kms (One Way). Overnight at hotel in Apollo Bay Area. (B + D)

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