Are you a massive fan of the Australian television drama Neighbours? Do you want to head over to Ramsay Street and meet one of the stars of the show? Well you have come to the right place.
Bunyip is home to the original official Neighbours tour and with them you can get unparalleled access. On their weekend Ultimate Fan Tour, you will go to the Global Television Studios and visit the exterior sets of the Lassiter’s Complex including Harold's Store, The Waterhole and Lassitier's Lake. Also, you will take a walk down Power Road and visit Fitzgerald Motors, Grease Monkeys and Dial-A-Kyle.
Come with Bunyip and you will find out why 'everybody needs good Neighbours'.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 26/07/18 - 31/03/19
Sat/Sun: 11:00am - 02:00pm
Winner of the Victorian Tourism Award for Major Transport and Tour Operator 2016 and 2017, Bunyip Tours is an innovative multi award winning tour company that creates adventures for travellers from all walks of life with personalised and interactive experiences.
Committed to providing service with warmth, understanding and professionalism to all its guests, Bunyip is always going the extra mile, offering their guests a simple booking process, hotel pick-ups, enthusiastic and informative guides, exclusive tour features, and modern vehicles seating a maximum of 27 passengers.
Bunyip's mission is to see every one of its guests leave Victoria with a big smile on their face.
Bunyip has a diverse range of single and multi-day sightseeing tours from Melbourne to Victoria's premier destinations, including the Great Ocean Road, the Penguin Parade, Wilson's Promontory, Mornington Peninsula and Healesville Sanctuary and Puffing Billy. Bunyip Tours is the only operator with tours to the famous Neighbours television set.
With a commitment to taking care of the environment, using eco friendly lodging wherever possible, becoming a Carbon Balanced operator, and creating environmental awareness among its guests - You will be lightening your eco-foot print by travelling with Bunyip Tours.
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