Take a tour with Trike Tours Melbourne to Melbourne's glorious Yarra Valley with its magnificent valleys and vineyards and surrounding national parks and State Forests. Walk along the banks of the Yarra River at Warrandyte with a coffee in hand for morning tea and gain a different perspective of the Yarra from the one that flows through the City of Melbourne.
Then a scenic ride to Kinglake and on to the Yarra Valley through Dixons Creek as we visit wineries such as Balgownie Estate or Mandala before visiting the township of Yarra Glen.
There are multiple choices for lunch – from a pub lunch in a local village through to a winery lunch with a glass of wine. Sample the finest from the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery before a visit to the magnificent TarraWarra Estate, and enter the TarraWarra Museum of Art, if you wish. A visit to Healesville's Four Pillars Gin is an option before stops at Domaine Chandon with its beautiful grounds and vineyards, Oakridge Estate and Yering Station – the choices are yours to make from these and many others before another leisurely ride, this time through Christmas Hills, on the way home.
Price includes either one or two passengers.
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Trike Tours Melbourne gives you the opportunity to experience the rush of Melbourne through unique vehicles, your choice of pre-planned tours or tour hire service, or with a chauffeured ride to your event.
Melbourne is Australia's home of sport, art, culture and so much more. With glorious parks and gardens, beautiful beaches and wild coastlines, iconic buildings, historic landmarks, famous sporting attractions and some intriguing history, there is something for everyone to experience.
Whether you are a visitor, or live in Melbourne, Trike Tours Melbourne endeavor to introduce you to and help you enjoy and experience various elements of Melbourne's unique environmental, cultural and sporting attractions.
At Trike Tours Melbourne we have been given the tick under the Australian Tourism Accreditation Program (ATAP) as an Accredited Tour Business in Australia.
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