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Gumbuya World + Penguin Parade Day Tour
Fun! Fun! Fun!! Let us take you to Gumbuya World and Penguin Parade in just one day where you will be creating a lifetime of incredible memories!
Spend a day of fun and adventure at Gumbuya world, experience an unforgettable bush with nature as you get up close to 52+ species of Aussie animals, have lunch all while meeting our iconic Australian Koalas, spin out on those amazing rides and enjoy wine-tasting in a relaxing setting. In summer, dress in your favourite swimwear and splash through the summer with these super fun water adventures at Oasis Springs!
After a fun day full of adventures at Gumbuya world, we will make our way to the penguin parade to experience the magic of little penguins returning home at sunset to one of the largest penguin colonies in Australia.
Best of Macedon Ranges & Daylesford Day Tour
Honour Avenue Macedon The Avenue of Honour, Woodend is of historical significance for exemplifying rural Victoria’s reaction to World War I. It is representative of plantings that first appeared in Australia during World War I commemorating all those who enlisted for service in an egalitarian form where each individual, regardless of rank, was equally recognised for their service. It is one of only a small number of avenues in Victoria to use English Oaks.
Hepburn Springs is known as a tourist destination spa town where visitors can sample the local mineral waters, and has spa and massage retreats
Jubilee Lake / Lake Daylesford
Daylesford Village is a town in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range of Victoria, Australia. It’s known for its natural mineral springs.
Forest Glade Garden are almost one hundred years old covering around 6 hectares (14.5 acres).Originally the land was made up of two adjoining properties that comprised orchards and lush grazing paddocks.In 1941 the Newton family purchased and extended the property and set about creating one of Mt Macedon’s most stunning gardens. In 1971 Forest Glade was acquired by Cyril Stokes who developed the gardens even further to the extent that you see today. Unfortunately they were decimated by the tragic Ash Wednesday bushfires of 1983. But after many years of hard labour, Forest Glade was reborn and from the ashes, grew once again. In 2011 the property was gifted to a registered charity – The Stokes Collection Limited – with the intention of keeping Forest Glade Gardens maintained and open to the public for many years colonies in Australia.