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Wine,Music,Cheese,Ciders (Yarra Valley)
We'll pick you up in the morning and mainly focus on everyone getting to know each other. We get everyone to add to a Spotify playlist so we have some tunes and spend the first hour just chatting! On my trip we will go to 4 or 5 places, each consisting of 6-7 tastings. I have a bunch of wineries that I know you'll love and will go to them if no-one is too picky, however I make sure I listen to the group. My trip is a little democracy. Everything we do on my trip is discussed by the group in the morning. I will give you options to choose from lots of different wineries, cheese factories and chocolate factories, Cider houses, distilleries and breweries. We WILL go to 4 of these places, maybe 5 if we have time for it. Though I put an emphasis on personalizing the day, if you just want to come along and put your trust in me, we will visit 4 four unique venues, all with a point of difference, with one of them being a restaurant where you can order and pay your own way. I’d allow 20-30$ for lunch. Expect pizzas, steaks, seafood,burgers and salads. Really new and awesome restaurant called ‘Quarters’ that’s on St Huberts Estate. Generally this is the day 11am Helen and Joeys Estate wine tasting (sometimes kangaroos here) 12pm Yering Farm wine and cider tasting 1pm St Huberts Estate for lunch 2:45 Four Pillars Gin 3:45 Chocolate tasting 4:15 Depart Will be back by 5:15pm :)
12 Apostles, Otways & Great Ocean Road
Want to explore the Great Ocean Road in style with a local Aussie guide? Our premium (but humble) small group experience is made for you :) @hikeandseektours we like to keep it small, so join the group of 8 other awesome travellers for this memorable day adventure. With coffees in our hands we’ll depart Melbourne and head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. We promise you’ll never forget this view! After the Apostles and Gibson Steps, it's time for a delicious lunch at our favourite local cafe before driving through the Great Otway National Park. Here we’ll take an easy-moderate 3km hike through an ancient rainforest to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls (Psst! The big bus companies can't make it here). Always wanted to see humongous trees? On our next stop we will take a stroll amongst the ‘Giants of the forest’. Photos won’t do any justice of this place, so you *have to* experience it yourself. From there we’ll cruise along the iconic Great Ocean Road stopping at Apollo Bay for an optional award-winning gelato. Say G’day to some wild koalas, drop bears, king parrots & kangaroos at Kennett River and walk or swim at the beach in the surftown Lorne - or simply grab a snack before heading back to Melbourne. It is a long way but once in a lifetime roadtrip! Other things to note Grade 2: No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface. There is driving involved on this experience but the views are definitely worth it and our van is very comfy.
Great Ocean Road, Otways & 12 Apostles
Would you like to see the world famous 12 Apostles minus the annoying crowds? Then this is the experience for you! You'll never forget the first moment you see the 12 Apostles: giant stone monoliths, carved by the raging ocean over millions of years. We'll tell you the story of how these remarkable features evolved. And this journey isn't just about the destination: the Great Ocean Road is Australia's best road trip with rolling hills, lush rainforest and spectacular coastal scenery. We also visit a number of the other features this area has to offer including the historic Loch Ard Gorge and the spectacular Erskine Falls, a 30m waterfall nestled in the Otway Mountains. We'll make additional stops in: Apollo Bay for lunch Kennett River where wild koalas and native parrots hang out Lorne, a classic Aussie surf town The 12 Apostles are almost 200kms from Melbourne so all trips out there involve several hours of driving. Much of the driving is on the Great Ocean Road and the scenery is breathtaking. We take the reverse route to avoid the crowds and break up the driving as much as possible. Send us a message for a detailed itinerary. You'll be in a small group of no more than nine so everything will be nice and chill for a truly unforgettable day. Our tours are 100% fun, 100% carbon neutral and 50% of profits go to a charitable cause.
Wilsons Prom National Park Day Hike
Want to experience Australian white sandy beaches, blue waters, and mountain tops all in one day? Join this small group, premium hiking experience! Explore the southernmost point of mainland Australia with a local Aussie guide. We arrive at Wilsons Prom and embark on our first hike for the day which takes us through beautiful terrain and emerges to the vastness of “The Big Drift” Wilsons Promontory sand dunes. An out of this world and inescapable view that can be often overlooked. Once we return we will take a small drive to the general store for some lunch. Next, it’s time for our second hike of the day, a 7.8 km return journey to the famous Mt Oberon. From the summit, you will experience arguably the best coastal views in Victoria. Our next stop is one of our favourites, Squeaky Beach. Here you can wander on the incredibly white rounded grains of quartz which make a squeaking sound giving this popular local beach its name. Finally, as we are departing the National Park, we will make a stop to see our native furry friends. There is a high chance you’ll see Wombats, Emus, Kangaroos and Wallabies going about their daily business. #hikeandseektours Other things to note Grade 3 Hiking: Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bush walking experience recommended. Tracks may have steep hill sections, rough surface and many steps.
Walking with Alpacas
I would like to explain how I have priced the experience regarding children. Ages 3-5 are free, but if the child wishes to help lead an alpaca, I can put a second lead on an alpaca being led by an adult. Ages 5-12 (13,14) are $20 and the child shares an alpaca with an adult. The 13-14 year old, you have to decide whether your child feels confident enough to lead an alpaca on their own, for an hour or so. My alpacas are well-trained and quiet. Please ring me on 0427 201192 if you have any queries. After you come in the gate, turn right and park opposite the orchard. Then walk up to the barn. When everyone has arrived I will bring out your alpaca on a halter and lead, ready to walk. When everyone has their alpaca, we will set forth. Before we set off, you’ll have the opportunity to ask any burning questions, but of course you can ask questions at any time. We’ll walk the Alpacas around the farm which usually takes about an hour. After the walk, if you’d like, you can see the free ranging chickens in the orchard and check out our permaculture vegetable garden. If the dates or times open for an experience do not suit you please contact brigitte through contact host page and I will arrange for you to come at a time of your choice.

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Wine,Music,Cheese,Ciders (Yarra Valley)
We'll pick you up in the morning and mainly focus on everyone getting to know each other. We get everyone to add to a Spotify playlist so we have some tunes and spend the first hour just chatting! On my trip we will go to 4 or 5 places, each consisting of 6-7 tastings. I have a bunch of wineries that I know you'll love and will go to them if no-one is too picky, however I make sure I listen to the group. My trip is a little democracy. Everything we do on my trip is discussed by the group in the morning. I will give you options to choose from lots of different wineries, cheese factories and chocolate factories, Cider houses, distilleries and breweries. We WILL go to 4 of these places, maybe 5 if we have time for it. Though I put an emphasis on personalizing the day, if you just want to come along and put your trust in me, we will visit 4 four unique venues, all with a point of difference, with one of them being a restaurant where you can order and pay your own way. I’d allow 20-30$ for lunch. Expect pizzas, steaks, seafood,burgers and salads. Really new and awesome restaurant called ‘Quarters’ that’s on St Huberts Estate. Generally this is the day 11am Helen and Joeys Estate wine tasting (sometimes kangaroos here) 12pm Yering Farm wine and cider tasting 1pm St Huberts Estate for lunch 2:45 Four Pillars Gin 3:45 Chocolate tasting 4:15 Depart Will be back by 5:15pm :)
12 Apostles, Otways & Great Ocean Road
Want to explore the Great Ocean Road in style with a local Aussie guide? Our premium (but humble) small group experience is made for you :) @hikeandseektours we like to keep it small, so join the group of 8 other awesome travellers for this memorable day adventure. With coffees in our hands we’ll depart Melbourne and head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. We promise you’ll never forget this view! After the Apostles and Gibson Steps, it's time for a delicious lunch at our favourite local cafe before driving through the Great Otway National Park. Here we’ll take an easy-moderate 3km hike through an ancient rainforest to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls (Psst! The big bus companies can't make it here). Always wanted to see humongous trees? On our next stop we will take a stroll amongst the ‘Giants of the forest’. Photos won’t do any justice of this place, so you *have to* experience it yourself. From there we’ll cruise along the iconic Great Ocean Road stopping at Apollo Bay for an optional award-winning gelato. Say G’day to some wild koalas, drop bears, king parrots & kangaroos at Kennett River and walk or swim at the beach in the surftown Lorne - or simply grab a snack before heading back to Melbourne. It is a long way but once in a lifetime roadtrip! Other things to note Grade 2: No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface. There is driving involved on this experience but the views are definitely worth it and our van is very comfy.
Great Ocean Road, Otways & 12 Apostles
Would you like to see the world famous 12 Apostles minus the annoying crowds? Then this is the experience for you! You'll never forget the first moment you see the 12 Apostles: giant stone monoliths, carved by the raging ocean over millions of years. We'll tell you the story of how these remarkable features evolved. And this journey isn't just about the destination: the Great Ocean Road is Australia's best road trip with rolling hills, lush rainforest and spectacular coastal scenery. We also visit a number of the other features this area has to offer including the historic Loch Ard Gorge and the spectacular Erskine Falls, a 30m waterfall nestled in the Otway Mountains. We'll make additional stops in: Apollo Bay for lunch Kennett River where wild koalas and native parrots hang out Lorne, a classic Aussie surf town The 12 Apostles are almost 200kms from Melbourne so all trips out there involve several hours of driving. Much of the driving is on the Great Ocean Road and the scenery is breathtaking. We take the reverse route to avoid the crowds and break up the driving as much as possible. Send us a message for a detailed itinerary. You'll be in a small group of no more than nine so everything will be nice and chill for a truly unforgettable day. Our tours are 100% fun, 100% carbon neutral and 50% of profits go to a charitable cause.
Grampians hike & waterfalls
Want to hike one of the best hikes in Victoria guided by local Aussie? @hikeandseektours is inviting you to join this premium, small group day adventure that will stay with you forever! We will cruise down to the Grampians National Park to start our first hike of the day - a moderate 4.2km return that weaves us through fascinating rock formations before we arrive at The Pinnacle, the most iconic destinations in the park. This famous jagged cliff face is quite the site and there will be plenty of time to soak up the views and capture some amazing photos. After the great views we will head into Halls Gap for a delicious lunch at the Harvest Cafe before the drive up to Mackenzie Falls. This small walk is a steep 2km trail but you will be rewarded with one of Victoria's largest and most beautiful waterfalls. Feel free to dip your toes in the icy mountain water to refresh your feet. Our next stop is the picturesque Boroka Lookout where you will be able to experience stunning views of Halls Gap, Lake Bellfield and Mt William mountain ranges. Before heading back to Melbourne we’ll say goodbyes to our wild local friends: kangaroos & emus at their very favourite hangout spot. Our motto: Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints + have some fun! #hikeandseektours Other things to note Grade 3 hiking: Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bush walking experience recommended. Tracks may have short steep hill sections a rough surface and many steps.
Wild Stand Up Paddleboarding & Snorkel Safari with Breakfast
A magical morning paddling immersed in nature as we embark on a SUP & Snorkel Safari discovering the Mornington Peninsulas most majestic waterways. Our morning begins with an early pick up on the Mornington Peninsula and after a short drive, you’ll find yourself at a wonderful lake surrounded by bushland for our first Stand Up Paddleboarding expedition. We’ll head through an special access entrance to the waterside where your qualified WAM guide-instructors will provide you with all necessary instruction on Stand Up Paddleboarding before we cruise along the lake enjoying the peace and quiet and keeping an eye out for kangaroos on land, white bellied eagles in the sky, and turtles in the water. After an hour of enjoying the tranquil setting, we paddle back to land for a delicious lakeside breakfast full of fresh local produce. Once refuelled we drive a scenic coastal drive to our SUP & Snorkel location, a hidden gem beach location for our ocean experience where we have the chance of seeing marine life like dolphins and rays. Here, we have the opportunity to paddle along the magnificent coastline, and also head on a guided snorkel discovering the marine wonders below the surface as well as above it, Having mastered and fallen in love with paddleboarding and snorkelling, your incredible SUP & Snorkel morning safari concludes as we drop you back at the meeting point.
Wilsons Prom National Park Day Hike
Want to experience Australian white sandy beaches, blue waters, and mountain tops all in one day? Join this small group, premium hiking experience! Explore the southernmost point of mainland Australia with a local Aussie guide. We arrive at Wilsons Prom and embark on our first hike for the day which takes us through beautiful terrain and emerges to the vastness of “The Big Drift” Wilsons Promontory sand dunes. An out of this world and inescapable view that can be often overlooked. Once we return we will take a small drive to the general store for some lunch. Next, it’s time for our second hike of the day, a 7.8 km return journey to the famous Mt Oberon. From the summit, you will experience arguably the best coastal views in Victoria. Our next stop is one of our favourites, Squeaky Beach. Here you can wander on the incredibly white rounded grains of quartz which make a squeaking sound giving this popular local beach its name. Finally, as we are departing the National Park, we will make a stop to see our native furry friends. There is a high chance you’ll see Wombats, Emus, Kangaroos and Wallabies going about their daily business. #hikeandseektours Other things to note Grade 3 Hiking: Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bush walking experience recommended. Tracks may have steep hill sections, rough surface and many steps.
Walking with Alpacas
I would like to explain how I have priced the experience regarding children. Ages 3-5 are free, but if the child wishes to help lead an alpaca, I can put a second lead on an alpaca being led by an adult. Ages 5-12 (13,14) are $20 and the child shares an alpaca with an adult. The 13-14 year old, you have to decide whether your child feels confident enough to lead an alpaca on their own, for an hour or so. My alpacas are well-trained and quiet. Please ring me on 0427 201192 if you have any queries. After you come in the gate, turn right and park opposite the orchard. Then walk up to the barn. When everyone has arrived I will bring out your alpaca on a halter and lead, ready to walk. When everyone has their alpaca, we will set forth. Before we set off, you’ll have the opportunity to ask any burning questions, but of course you can ask questions at any time. We’ll walk the Alpacas around the farm which usually takes about an hour. After the walk, if you’d like, you can see the free ranging chickens in the orchard and check out our permaculture vegetable garden. If the dates or times open for an experience do not suit you please contact brigitte through contact host page and I will arrange for you to come at a time of your choice.
Rooftops & Hidden Bars of Melbourne
Bar crawl! But not your average bar crawl, discover these hidden bars & rooftops right in the city. These are our standard stops, weather and availability may alter these: Stop 1. A secluded rooftop right in the centre of the city, with full 360 degree views. Also lays claim to some of the best starter meals in the CBD. Stop 2. One of Melbourne most famous rooftops, don't mind the stairs because once you get to the top it's buzzing action. An absolute classic that is often overlooked! Stop 3. Fun rooftop in the centre of the city with a fun bar and warm atmosphere, the music starts to pick up! Stop 4. Secret bar, this bar is down a secret street that you probably didn't even notice, in a door you didn't see. If you’d like a fifth stop, let me point you in the right direction to another bar or even nightclub! Things to note: - There will be stairs, please prepare accordingly. - Given the quality of the bars, in peak season the bars can be busy and may vary. - On some rooftops smokers are permitted in all outdoor areas, be aware smokers may be around. Enjoy a drink and discover this amazing city! JOIN US FOR CHEAP TUESDAY - DISCOUNTED TOURS EVERY WEEK Other things to note Please eat prior to attending Drinks aren’t provided, you’re free to drink what you like
Mornington Peninsula Hike & Hot Pools
Want a perfect day exploring the outdoors or relaxing in a day spa? Now you can have them both. We @hikeandseektours invite you to hike rugged coastlines and unwind in the luxurious Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs with 8 other nature lovers and a local Aussie guide. From Melbourne city we’ll make our way to the idyllic Mornington Peninsula with our brand new VW van and freshly brewed coffee in our hands. First stop is the summit of Arthur’s Seat where we’ll share panoramic ocean views and with some luck, we'll say G'day to our kangaroo friends. We’ll then cruise down to Bushrangers Bay for a 8km easy return hike featuring stunning coastal scenery, rocky bays and blue waters. Spot more kangaroos, wallabies and listen to the songs of native birds as we wander along the undulating path. After we return from our first hike, we head to Cape Schanck for a smaller walk along the boardwalk before a delicious local cafe lunch at Merchant & Maker. Order some local wines here! Our final stop, Peninsula Hot Springs which is an award-winning natural hot springs and outdoor day spa destination. It’s the perfect way to end a great date with nature! (Bathing time is their standard 2h. The spa entrance fee & towels included to the price. Please note that lunch is not included.) #hikeandseektours Other things to note Grade 2 Hiking: No bush walking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and occasional steps.
Yarra Valley wine, bubbles and gin tour with winery lunch
Enjoy a fun and relaxed day eating and drinking your way around the Yarra Valley on this full day tour! Tour is hosted in our modern and comfortable mini-bus with maximum 10 guests. We’ll pick you and other guests up from your accommodation in the Yarra Valley between 9.30-10.30 or at Lilydale Train Station (if coming from Melbourne) so you don’t have to drive! First stop is historic Yering Station., Victoria’s first winery. Sample a wide variety of wines- everything from bubbles to sweet! Next- Chandon, the queen of sparkling wine in Australia! Sample a variety of sparkling wine styles and learn about the history and production of Traditional Method Sparkling wine. A short drive to Rochford wines for two course lunch with a glass of wine. Lunch consists of shared antipasto plates followed by a choice of chef prepared meals (all dietaries catered for). After lunch we'll dive into Gin tastings at the Rochford Gin bar! Our last stop is Yering Farm winery set in a rustic cellar door in an old hay shed where we will sample a variety of wines including some big reds and apple cider! Finish the day relaxing with cheese platters and a stunning view over the valley. You’ll then be dropped back to your pickup point between 4.00 - 5.00pm See www.yarravalleytouring.com.au for tour options.
Bee Hive Tour
Want to experience something different?….really different. Learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience: through the hands­-on exploration of an active, living beehive! Your tour, led by Nathan Stewart, a professional Doreen based beekeeper, will include suiting up in protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and spending two hours as real-life Beekeeper. Initially, Nathan will give you some tips on what to look for inside a hive including how to spot the Queen and where to look to potentially witness the birth of a new worker bee. Then, together we’ll lift the lid of a busy hive, watch bees at work creating honey, pull out a frame of honey ready for extraction, and get up close with more than 100,000 bees! After we carefully close the lid, we’ll sample some of the honey direct from the hives while enjoying a refreshing honey tonic compliments of Karen, Managing Director of Rivers of Yarrambat (who is also a passionate beekeeper herself). Other things to note: -Wear casual comfortable clothing with Long Pants, Socks and protective shoes/boots. Avoid wearing dark colour clothing, perfume or aftershave. -Photos of your experience will be sent afterwards. -Weather: On rare occasions, our Tours may need to be postponed, rescheduled or cancelled due to severe weather. If needed, we will contact you the day before to make arrangements.
City of Melbourne Walking Tours
City of Melbourne Walking Tour City Orientation Tour - we start the tour at the old Treasury Building to learn about how Melbourne was established we then move onto the lane ways where there is a magnificent display of street art , go to Federation Square then move through the city stopping off at a number of locations of interest along the way such as buildings of significance, historical land marks (approx 3 hours for private groups). Morning tea is included with the tour. Other things to note Things to bring, camera or phone to take photos, comfortable walking shoes, umbrella or a rain coat if it rains , water bottle.
Apollo Bay & Great Ocean Rd
We will start in the popular coastal town of Apollo Bay, meeting at the Apollo Bay Information Centre at 8am. We will head straight to the 12 Apostles to beat the crowds. The rugged splendour of the famous 12 Apostles is not to be missed. The magnificent rock stacks that rise up from the Southern Ocean are breath taking and make for some great photo opportunities. We will also visit Loch Ard Gorge and give you an opportunity to wander the trails down to the beach. On return, we will stop in Lavers Hill for lunch before making our way back along the Great Ocean Rd, to Mait's Rest for a rainforest walk in The Otways. You will see beautiful fern gardens and giant rainforest trees up to 300 years old. This is a 30 minute, light grade, return walk. We will return to Apollo By, stopping at Mariner's Lookout for more photo opportunities, before finishing the trip off with a stop at the award winning Dooley's Ice Cream Shop.
Equine Connection Experience
Come and connect with our beautiful herd of horses and ponies, wonderful relaxing experience for all ages. The principles of Equine Connection Mentoring, and basic natural horsemanship will be explained and participants will be invited into simple activities to explore their own connection with horses, nature and themselves. Activities include observing herd interactions and discussing horse social behaviour, approaching and connecting with individual horses, grooming and patting, possibly washing horses on a warm day, leading horses on gentle walks, depending on participants willingness and ability, this may progress to leading horses through fun obstacles, treasure hunts, to develop sensory awareness and trust, and experiencing a range of equine communication techniques. All activities are safely guided by me, and tailored to the needs of the participants. ECM is based on professional Equine Facilitated Learning guidelines, of which I hold practitioner qualifications and insurance. All activities are ground based and no riding is involved. No prior experience with horses is necessary. Even those with a fear of horses are encouraged to come and explore their relationship with these animals in a safe, controlled and invitational environment. An excellent way to destress, reconnect with nature, and have fun.
Street Art Tour in the Heart of Fitzroy
We will meet at an iconic location in Collingwood, and then head off on the walking tour to explore what many people say is the creative heart of Melbourne. The suburbs of Collingwood and Fitzroy are full of hidden treasures; from huge commissioned murals to hidden painted laneways, art galleries and quirky boutiques! Your tour guide will share their local knowledge as an artist on just about everything - from where to buy spray paint, to where to grab dinner! Along the way, you'll hear first-hand stories about the artists behind your favourite murals, along with the technical aspects involved in creating street art - whether it be spray painting, stencil art, paste-ups or sculpture. Your guide will also discuss the social and political aspects of street art; what political statements the artists making, and are they important enough to be seen as art… or is it just graffiti after all? The tour finishes up at a vibrant artist market and local cafe for a well-deserved cup of Melbourne coffee!