9D7N Melbourne & Surrounds Escorted Campervan Tour

PLUS $600 OFF per Couple
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Sale period: Till March 2023
Travel period: 1 April 2022 - 31 March 2023

fr. SGD 2868

Highlights

  • Small Group Size with Max 20 Pax
  • Include Enhanced COVID-19 Travel Insurance
  • FREE Australia SIM Card
  • FREE Chan Brothers's Covid-19 Care Pack
  • COVID-19  Test in Australia Included

PACKAGE INCLUSION


  •  Return Airfare
  • 7D Campervan Rental with All Inclusive Pack
  • 6N Holiday Park Fee  (Powered site)
  • 1N Mantra on Russell Melbourne or similar, with breakfast
  • Return Airport Transfer
  • 2 course lunch at Yarra Valley 
  • Rayner's Orchard : 1 Hour Fruit Tasting Adventure 
  • Phillip Island Nature 4 Parks Plus
  • Enchanted Adventure Garden 
  • Gourmet Picnic Pack 
  • Chan Brother's Australia Pick - Dining & sightseeing  
  • Escort from Singapore* (min 15paxs )

Meals on Board
Depart Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Melbourne.
Lunch
Upon arrival, collect your campervan from the airport and drive toward the picturesque Yarra Valley. Savour a two course lunch at one of the winery. Thereafter, head to Rayner’s Orchard is a boutique fruit orchard in the Yarra Valley that grows more than 450 varieties of fruit. At least eight varieties of fruit every day of the year. There is a cafe and a shop where you can purchase fruit products and tractor fruit tasting tours.
This morning, you may catch the sunrise over Australia's iconic landmarks with an unforgettable hot-air balloon ride. Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery has abundant free chocolate tastings, large viewing windows to watch talented European chocolatiers at work and a showcase. Puffing Billy Steam Railway is a  genuine relic of Victoria’s early rail days. It is Australia’s oldest steam railway and one of the finest preserved steam railways in the world. Otherwise, Pack your camera for a day of memorable moments, beginning with a visit to the Healesville Sanctuary wildlife park.With more than 200 species of native animals and birdlife, you can spy reclusive platypus, feisty Tasmanian devils, or take a treetop boardwalk to see koalas.
This morning, continue your journey to Phillip Island. Once you cross the bridge from San Remo, you will arrive at the historic Churchill Island Heritage Farm where you will learn the history of the area's settlers and see views of the island. Scour Phillip Island in search of its trademark wildlife with your Phillip Island Nature Parks 4 park pass plus. View lazy koalas up in the treetops at the Koala Conservation Centre.  
You may visit Panny’s Amazing World of Chocolate. It is a celebration of all things chocolate with amazing attractions, interactive machines, fascinating facts, delicious chocolates to try, chocolatiers working away and you can make your own chocolate creation to take away. For something different visit A Maze’N Things and challenge yourself to puzzling and mind-boggling activities.  From Cowes you can jump aboard an eco-cruise amongst one of Australia's largest fur seal colonies on Seal Rocks, or head over to the Nobbies to walk along the boardwalk to the blowhole and enjoy spectacular views along the island’s rugged south coast.
After check out your holiday park, drive to Berry to experience a rural coastal village, full of cafes, unique Aussie style gift stores and fresh produce stores. Later, you may stop at Glenbernie Orchard where you can enjoy picking and tasting of seasonal fruit before arriving in Sydney.
Drive back to Melbourne and spend the rest of the day exploring the sights  and sounds of Melbourne city.  

Spend the day at leisure.

  • Queen Victoria Market is more than just Melbourne’s shopping mecca – it’s an historic landmark, a tourist attraction and an institution for Malburnians. This vast and vibrant centre of trade and commerce was officially opened on 20 March 1878. Spread over 7 hectares, it is the largest open air Market in the southern hemisphere. Almost one thousand traders sell everything from exotic Australian fruit and vegetables and local and imported gourmet foods, meat, fish and poultry to hardware, manchester, clothing and authentic Australian artifacts and souvenirs.
  • South Melbourne Market opened in 1867, making it Melbourne's longest continually running market.With almost 150 stalls operated by small business owners, the market features a huge range of products including; fresh fruit and vegetables, butchers, poultry, seafood and delis, groceries and specialty foods, pet food and supplies, men's and women's fashion, footwear, accessories and children's wear, manchester and fabric, homewares and kitchenware, books and stationery, giftware and cards, restaurants, cafes, speciality coffee stores and take-away food, cakes and confectioneries, plans and flowers and much more.
  • Melbourne’s laneways and arcades - There’s always an exhilarating thrill to be had when entering Melbourne’s hive of bustling, creative laneways with their covert boutiques, famed restaurants, hole-in-the-wall cafes and astonishing bars. Never forget those tried and true laneways, favoured for their reliability.
Drive back towards Sydney Airport and return your campervan near the airport and catch your flight home.
NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.