Travelling Victoria
Vol: 159 march 2013


Thanks for opening this newsletter, and we hope you continue to enjoy the contents and perhaps get some motivation for your next venture out into the great outdoors of State and beyond. The autumn is a good time to visit the regional places in Victoria, not quite so hot and plenty to do and see. We also appreciate all the positive feed back we have been getting on our products and services. We are in the people industry and it is always good to know that you are appreciated, thank you.

The lucky winner of last month’s competition is Snow and Verna Campbell from Miners Rest, which is down Ballarat way. The correct answer is 1130 in Broken Hill when it is midday in Sydney. Broken Hill takes on Central time or South Australian. There will be another chance to win later in this newsletter.


Burke & Wills tours.

River Country Adventours are giving everyone the opportunity to fly from Shepparton or Echuca to Innamincka to follow some of the final footsteps of the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition 1861-2. Accommodation is arranged in the air-conditioned motel units in the town. Other highlights of the tours is the low and slow flight over Mungo, Broken Hill, Cameron’s Corner, a cruise on the Cooper Creek, land tour to places of interest, Flinders Rangers, Wilpena Pound and much more. Dates for these special outback tours are as follows-
  • April 21-22
  • May 2-3
  • May 12-13
  • May 27-28.

For more information and bookings please contact Rob on 0428 585 227 or just email to info@adventours.com.au


Lake Eyre.

Lake Eyre is currently dry and is the largest salt pan in the world. However, with all this rain falling up north, some water may reach the basin and bring with it an abundance of birdlife. We have arranged over 100 flight tours to Lake Eyre and Birdsville over the past 4-years and would love to go again, and if you want more information please do not hesitate in contacting us.





Whale Tours.

The annual arrival of up to 100 Southern Right whales will happen again at the Head of Bight (near Ceduna S.A) from June. The beautiful mammals slowly swim from the Antarctic waters to the warmer waters along the southern Australian coast to give birth. The mothers come in close to the cliffs and the males stay well out to sea. To see these gentle creatures feeding their young is a joy. We will be running these tours for sure during the winter, and if you require further information, please let us know. info@adventours.com.au



Competition.

Here is your chance to win a $200.00 ‘gift voucher 'from River Country Adventours for any canoeing/camping adventure on the Lower Goulburn River. All correct entries will be acknowledged and placed in a hat for the draw after Easter. Have a go, you never know your luck today.

Q- What date is the Ides of March?

Office Workers Everywhere.

Sick of the same old routine day in day out? Why don’t you think about arranging a winery tour, a trip to the country, to a river to break the humdrum? This is where River Country Adventours can help.. The deal is you get a group, set a date or dates and we will do the rest. We can tailor a tour to suit most group requirements, arrange accommodation if required, and best of all we have city courtesy pick up. It is not going to cost you anything to give us a call or email just to see what is available for you and the people at your work. The boss may even give you a promotion for your enterprising. Call Rob 0428 585 227

 

Thought for the Day.

“Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you too, can become a great”. Mark Twain.

 

 

 

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