COUNTRY MUSIC WEEKENDER SOUTHWEST 15 - 18 FEB 2019 | 4 DAYS
- Duration: 4 Days
- Location: Bunbury, W.A.
Staying beach-side in Bunbury motel comfort, enjoy a 4 day tour exploring the Ferguson Valley, Wellington Dam and then boot scoot away your weekend at the Boyup Brook Country Music Festival. Good times with music, fun and sightseeing. , as well as the best of Bunbury and its surrounds.
** Other Departure Dates: COUNTRY MUSIC BOYUP BROOK 13-16 FEB 2020 | 4 DAYS
BOYUP BROOK COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Its the time of year you don't want to miss when Boyup Brook comes alive with the bigness Country Music Festival in the Western Australia. On Saturday morning the town centre comes alive with the Lottery-west Street Carnival with its colourful entertainment. There will be Buskers,Market stalls, Ute and Truck parade to add to the atmosphere. It’s a day of fabulous entertainment with a huge line up of attractions to keep everyone smiling and toes tapping all day and night.
LUNCH AT MARLESTON FORESHORE
Enjoy a delicious lunch on the Marelston foreshore to begin your relaxing holiday.
BUNBURY WILDLIFE PARK
The tranquil setting of the Bunbury Wildlife Park is home to a range of furry and feathered Australian animals including marsupials, birds and reptiles. For a up close and personal experience some bird will fly to you and you be able to feed them from the palm of your hand
WILD BULL BREWERY
Sit back and relax taken in the scenery of Ferguson Valley overlooking the vineyards and luscious green rolling hills enjoying a cold drink and trying the something Yummy from there famous menu. from Wood Fired Pizzas, Beef Cheeks, Smokey Ribs & Premium Dardanup Beef to amazing Burgers,
GNOMESVILLEIt's as it sounds, a village full of gnomes yes thousands of them. Now, many of us would have spotted these little people in our gardens peeking out behind the bushes. Some are a little shy, grumpy but most of all they are happy in there little village. they like having their photos taken. But watch out they move very quick !! When your visiting feel free to bring a Gnome. as they like welcome new comers to there village.
SIGHTSEEING AND COLLIE WELLINGTON DAM
Experience the breathtaking views across the calm waters of Wellington Dam and down the picturesque valley from the dam lookout.
Wellington National Park consists of 17 000 hectares of Western Australia's unique jarrah, marri and yarri (blackbutt) forests. Keep your eyes peeled as you may even spot a unique animal such as a chuditch, quenda, quokka, brushtail possum, woylie or western ringtail possum.
- All Small Coach Transport (private Charter)
- Twin Share Motel Accommodation
- Boyup Brook Country Music (Tickets to Saturdays event )
- Bunbury Wildlife Park
- All Bistro style meals B/L/D
- Light Refreshments
- 24 Hour Guest Support Staff
- USB Photo Memories
- Travel Insurance
Other Extra's (Price on Application)Pre-departure and Regional Transfers | Active Overnight Support | Mobility Equipment Hire | Spending Money Voucher
- Door to door return transfers (Metro) : $90
1:4 Package : $2199 (twin share)
1:2 Package: $3266 (twin share)
- Single Room Extra: $280
1:1 Package : $5565 (includes single room supplement )
MINIMUM DEPOSIT: $225 due WITHIN 14 DAYS of order confirmation.
TRAVEL DEPOSIT: $750 90 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE (Includes $225 non-refundable planning and booking fees)
FULL & FINAL PAYMENT: 30 DAYS PRIOR TO DEPARTURE
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