This tour includes; All entries, cruises and meals
as listed and travel in Air-conditioned Coach.
(4 Breakfasts {1 continental}, 3 Dinners) and 1 lunch)
Estimated Costs 15 @ $850.00
25 @ $725.00
35 @ 675.00
Single use $200.00
TUESDAY 16th March. (BD)
EDEN
Today we will spend our time in and around the Township of Eden. Our day will start with a visit to the Eden Whale Museum, with plenty of
time to view all the items on display. Following our visit we will have
time in the town centre where we can select a venue for lunch.
My suggestion – Eden Fishermen’s Club.
The remainder of the day is free for us to spend in the town.
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THURSDAY 18th March (B)
GOING HOME

This morning after loading our luggage into the coach we start on what could be described as the “Long and Winding Road” home. Leaving Eden we head north, bypassing the township of Bega and drive through some of the green hinterland of the Sapphire Coast. We make our way to join the Snowy Mountains Highway (near Bemboka), to commence the steep climb up Brown Mountain, with hopefully, a short pause (weather permitting) at Piper’s Lookout for the magnificent vista over the valley below. Further along the way we pause for our morning tea before heading north along the Monaro Highway out of Cooma.

Our lunch stop today will be in the little village of Bungendore. Then an afternoon relaxing in the coach on the last leg of our journey home.
WEDNESDAY 17th March. (B.L.D
MALLACOOTA

This morning we visit Mallacoota, another small town that was so savagely affected by the bush-fires. This town is now regenerating
The township was evacuated when the Australian Navy had been ‘called to service’ by our Prime Minister. This was a major joint effort by the military personnel and civilian volunteers who stepped up in a time of dire need. Included in our adventure today is a cruise on Mallacoota Inlet where we visit the Mallacoota Bunker. The bunker was the headquarters of RAAF coastal intelligence activity in the region. The main purpose of its operations was surveillance of the area to assist in keeping our sea lanes open.
A light picnic lunch in Mallacoota has been include in our trip today.