Combine your Wine Tours Victoria tour of some of Yarra Valley's most famous wineries with an authentic Australian wildlife experience.
The morning is spent at the famed Healesville Sanctuary, nestled in a glorious bush land setting and with the largest collection of Australian Native Wildlife in the world.
As you stroll through this exquisitely kept facility, you will see spectacular Birds of Prey, meet dingoes on their daily walk and come eye-to-eye with koalas, kangaroos and wombats.
After "talking with the animals" you will lunch at Fergusson's Winery, where you can enjoy the house specialty, Charolais Beef, or choose from our multi choice menu.
This leisurely lunch will be followed by a visit to the Greenpoint Room at Domaine Chandon for a flute of sparkling wine while overlooking the seductive vineyard views and sampling a delicious plate of gourmet goodies.
Price & booking
Tour pricing information (GST included)
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Wine and Wildlife
Tour includes entry into Healesville Sanctuary, lunch at a winery accompanied with a glass of wine followed by tea/coffee, cellar door tastings
Cancellation and booking policy
Cancellations must be made 24 hours prior to tour departure to avoid being charged full tour charge.
Days of operation
Wine and Wildlife
Departure details: 01/04/13 - 01/04/14
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri/Sat/Sun: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tour starting location
- Animal Viewing
- Wine tasting
A day of pure indulgence is close at hand, when on a Wine Tours Victoria winery experience.
Enjoy premium wines, fabulous food and magnificent Victorian Countryside while touring one of Victoria's principal wine regions - the Yarra Valley, the Mornington Peninsula, the Bellarine Peninsula or the Macedon Ranges by Wine Tours Victoria. Experienced hosts will ensure you have a day to remember as they show you the best of the regions attractions.
Wine Tours Victoria hallmark tours provide small personalised touring, which ensures maximum enjoyment and lasting memories. The theory is that visiting a winery is best done in a small group (two to ten people); this ensures special treatment for all guests. More individuals are booking, as they know they will be with a small group and can interact as much or as little as they like. They also know they will learn about the wines, regions and most likely, meet the wine makers along the way. Only small group touring can offer this.
A winery tour is a day of memories - of fresh air, countryside, yeasty smells of wine casts, and memories of that smooth Cabernet with the lingering finish. Combine this with a lunch of regional produce, and you have the perfect day of indulgence.
Call for a quote for corporate and social groups, they are especially popular. Flexible itineraries and tour options which offer surprising combinations can be provided.
Melbourne is the food and wine capital of Australia and Wine Tours Victoria have designed tours to combine wine tastings, wildlife, cooking classes and overnight stays.
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