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Glow-worm tour and Spotlighting
Age 7 and up. Good mobility needed! An unforgettable, educational experience visiting the unique glow worms after a short walk through World Heritage listed forest and rainforest. We will meet at sunset, spending a little time introducing ourselves and safety briefing. Then as the stars begin to appear, with the use of torches, we begin our 20 minute walk to the overhanging cave and waterfall, with the possibility of seeing our amazing nocturnal wildlife. Possums, gliders, owls and bats to name just a few. Another truly amazing encounter, only within the first 3 weeks of summer is the chance of fireflies. We will spend 30 minutes to an hour in the overhang, behind the waterfall learning about these incredible glowing larvae and why they glow. The track is mostly in good condition, though there are some stairs and heavily eroded sections therefore a medium fitness level is required. Glow worms are extremely sensitive to light and sound so we will ask our clients to respect this and there will be a 5 minute educational talk around this before entering the cave. Smoking is strictly prohibited on the tour. We recommend bringing your own torches, though we can supply if needed. Minimal impact is very high on our list of priorities and instructions will be given on how to achieve this. We ask our clients to adhere to these rules.
Self-drive Speed Boat Adventure
The Sydney Harbour Bridge towers above like a cathedral of steel. The sun shimmers on the water. Breathe the fresh, salty air and gaze at the curved seashell shape of the Opera House and the glassy downtown skyscrapers reflecting the sky. You’re exploring the world famous Sydney Harbour on a boat. Even better, you’re the one behind the wheel. Yup, that’s right. You’re the captain on this unforgettable adventure. This is a fantastic way to see the main highlights of the harbour in a short amount of time - without having to share a boat with hundreds of others or listen to pre-recorded commentary. It’s an authentic, small-group experience with a knowledgeable local guide - giving you an up-close-and-personal glimpse of Sydney’s coolest spots. If you’ve never driven a boat before - don’t panic. The speedboat is safe and easy to operate and I’ll be right there to help you! No experience or licence is required. This two hour self-drive boat tour is perfect if you are short on time. However, if you have time for our three hour journey (https://www.airbnb.com.au/experiences/693197) - the upgrade is definitely worth it. When you factor in time for the safety briefing and preparation, the three hour trip actually gives you nearly twice as much time on the water! It’s a great value way to explore even more of the legendary Sydney Harbour. Other things to note Please wear casual clothes and shoes and bring sunscreen and a hat/cap. I will provide you with a life vest, and a waterproof bag for all your valuables. There are ponchos available if required.
Blue Mountains Day Trip with Hike, Waterfalls & Lunch
G'day there, My name is Trent & I have created a really chilled Blue Mountains experience for those seeking a social & less touristic tour with full transport. After picking you up from Sydney in our mini bus, we will drive to my hometown of Glenbrook to grab a coffee together at a cool local cafe. Before we show you some kangaroos & kookuburras in the bush. We will take you on a moderate 90min bushwalk via some amazing view points, small waterfalls to the base of a big waterfall into Jamison Valley. Unless you are a big hiker this is more than enough :) We provide a social picnic lunch where we all connect & byo beers/drinks are fine. We actually stop by an alcohol shop in the bus. After lunch we stop by the famous Three Sisters Rock formations up at Katoomba. We also stop at Lincols rock (Google it). On the warmer days we go for a quick dip in a local swimming spot deep in the bush (Nov-March) Our adventure generally concludes 530ish near central station at the front of a bar/cafe (often some in the group grab a drink together). *We are an alternative type of small group social tour with fast transport. *10+ hours *Taste Tim Tams & Vegemite on bus *Pre made fresh sandwiches for lunch *We donate some of our minimal profits to charity at xmas *Any Q's pls message me We have noticed an increase of dingoes (wild dogs) scaring off the kangaroos and cant guarantee roos.
Meet the sanctuary animals of Moo to Ewe
Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. We start by meeting the cheeky goat gang who love eating from your hand! Next we take a nice stroll over to meet the friendly cows, followed by spending some quality time with the sheep and alpacas. Next up, we visit the hens and roosters, before making our way over to meet pigs Sunday, Bo and Ivy. During the tour you are welcome to pat and scratch any of the animals if they are willing. We are not a petting zoo.
12 Apostles, Otways & Great Ocean Road
Want to explore the Great Ocean Road in style with a local Aussie guide? Our premium (but humble) small group experience is made for you :) @hikeandseektours we like to keep it small, so join the group of 8 other awesome travellers for this memorable day adventure. With coffees in our hands we’ll depart Melbourne and head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. We promise you’ll never forget this view! After the Apostles and Gibson Steps, it's time for a delicious lunch at our favourite local cafe before driving through the Great Otway National Park. Here we’ll take an easy-moderate 3km hike through an ancient rainforest to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls (Psst! The big bus companies can't make it here). Always wanted to see humongous trees? On our next stop we will take a stroll amongst the ‘Giants of the forest’. Photos won’t do any justice of this place, so you *have to* experience it yourself. From there we’ll cruise along the iconic Great Ocean Road stopping at Apollo Bay for an optional award-winning gelato. Say G’day to some wild koalas, drop bears, king parrots & kangaroos at Kennett River and walk or swim at the beach in the surftown Lorne - or simply grab a snack before heading back to Melbourne. It is a long way but once in a lifetime roadtrip! Other things to note Grade 2: No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface. There is driving involved on this experience but the views are definitely worth it and our van is very comfy.

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Sunset & Sparkle Sydney Harbour Cruise
@SeaSydneyHarbour #SeaSydneyHarbour Explore Sydney Harbour by dusk and enjoy the stunning Sydney landmarks as the sun sets and the city lights come to life. Come on board and experience an intimate and relaxed 1 hour cruise aboard a relaxed one level catamaran that showcases the best of Sydney by dusk. You will enjoy 360° uninterrupted views of the most beautiful harbour and cityscape in the world, with prime photo opportunities. With indoor and outdoor areas for viewing the harbour’s beauty, watch as the sun sets and the city reveals it’s lights. Experience this catamaran cruise onboard vessel Kirralee. Enjoy a grazing platter and a beverage (non-alcoholic), with the option to BYO alcoholic beverages onboard. Boarding and disembarking takes place at Man O War Steps (located next to the Sydney Opera House). NOTE: This is a shared ticketed cruise with bookings being taken through various partners/websites. Maximum passenger numbers of 30 per cruise. The cruise does NOT contain a guided tour and a sunset CANNOT be guaranteed. Cruises are generally not affected by the weather. In the event that the weather conditions are deemed unsafe, you will be contacted to discuss alternate arrangements at the earliest possible time. Plan to arrive at the wharf 15-20 minutes prior to your departure time to avoid any delays. Departure times vary by month.
Kangaroos, Rainforest & Waterfalls
Can't decide whether you want to see waterfalls, the rainforest or chill with kangaroos and koalas? We'll do it all! We'll start the day watching kangaroos grazing and sunbathing freely in their natural environment and try to find sleepy koalas in their native homes of eucalyptus trees. Next we'll visit breathtaking waterfalls, surrounded by ancient flora and walk as dinosaurs once did through the World Heritage listed Gondwana Rainforests. Explore subtropical, warm & cool temperate rainforest types and a experience a diversity of natural vegetation including the oldest ever carbon-dated trees on the Australia's mainland! Be amazed by the natural beauty that is to be experienced at the 5+ stops throughout multiple sections of the Springbrook National Park each with varied walking distances, only a low level of fitness is required, but some locations we visit are not wheelchair accessible. Total duration is approx 6-8 hours, if you have any queries about the walking condition, please ask! Lunch is provided at the top of one of the many beautiful waterfalls that we will visit. Pick-up included from most Gold Coast locations. For any group bookings, or to request a date that isn't listed or any enquires please message or email: gcrainforesttours@gmail.com Other things to note For any date that isn't listed or any enquires please message or email: gcrainforesttours@gmail.com That the area with kangaroos & koalas is not a zoo, but a conserved piece of land for the animals to live happily in their natural environment.
Glow-worm tour and Spotlighting
Age 7 and up. Good mobility needed! An unforgettable, educational experience visiting the unique glow worms after a short walk through World Heritage listed forest and rainforest. We will meet at sunset, spending a little time introducing ourselves and safety briefing. Then as the stars begin to appear, with the use of torches, we begin our 20 minute walk to the overhanging cave and waterfall, with the possibility of seeing our amazing nocturnal wildlife. Possums, gliders, owls and bats to name just a few. Another truly amazing encounter, only within the first 3 weeks of summer is the chance of fireflies. We will spend 30 minutes to an hour in the overhang, behind the waterfall learning about these incredible glowing larvae and why they glow. The track is mostly in good condition, though there are some stairs and heavily eroded sections therefore a medium fitness level is required. Glow worms are extremely sensitive to light and sound so we will ask our clients to respect this and there will be a 5 minute educational talk around this before entering the cave. Smoking is strictly prohibited on the tour. We recommend bringing your own torches, though we can supply if needed. Minimal impact is very high on our list of priorities and instructions will be given on how to achieve this. We ask our clients to adhere to these rules.
Self-drive Speed Boat Adventure
The Sydney Harbour Bridge towers above like a cathedral of steel. The sun shimmers on the water. Breathe the fresh, salty air and gaze at the curved seashell shape of the Opera House and the glassy downtown skyscrapers reflecting the sky. You’re exploring the world famous Sydney Harbour on a boat. Even better, you’re the one behind the wheel. Yup, that’s right. You’re the captain on this unforgettable adventure. This is a fantastic way to see the main highlights of the harbour in a short amount of time - without having to share a boat with hundreds of others or listen to pre-recorded commentary. It’s an authentic, small-group experience with a knowledgeable local guide - giving you an up-close-and-personal glimpse of Sydney’s coolest spots. If you’ve never driven a boat before - don’t panic. The speedboat is safe and easy to operate and I’ll be right there to help you! No experience or licence is required. This two hour self-drive boat tour is perfect if you are short on time. However, if you have time for our three hour journey (https://www.airbnb.com.au/experiences/693197) - the upgrade is definitely worth it. When you factor in time for the safety briefing and preparation, the three hour trip actually gives you nearly twice as much time on the water! It’s a great value way to explore even more of the legendary Sydney Harbour. Other things to note Please wear casual clothes and shoes and bring sunscreen and a hat/cap. I will provide you with a life vest, and a waterproof bag for all your valuables. There are ponchos available if required.
Blue Mountains Day Trip with Hike, Waterfalls & Lunch
G'day there, My name is Trent & I have created a really chilled Blue Mountains experience for those seeking a social & less touristic tour with full transport. After picking you up from Sydney in our mini bus, we will drive to my hometown of Glenbrook to grab a coffee together at a cool local cafe. Before we show you some kangaroos & kookuburras in the bush. We will take you on a moderate 90min bushwalk via some amazing view points, small waterfalls to the base of a big waterfall into Jamison Valley. Unless you are a big hiker this is more than enough :) We provide a social picnic lunch where we all connect & byo beers/drinks are fine. We actually stop by an alcohol shop in the bus. After lunch we stop by the famous Three Sisters Rock formations up at Katoomba. We also stop at Lincols rock (Google it). On the warmer days we go for a quick dip in a local swimming spot deep in the bush (Nov-March) Our adventure generally concludes 530ish near central station at the front of a bar/cafe (often some in the group grab a drink together). *We are an alternative type of small group social tour with fast transport. *10+ hours *Taste Tim Tams & Vegemite on bus *Pre made fresh sandwiches for lunch *We donate some of our minimal profits to charity at xmas *Any Q's pls message me We have noticed an increase of dingoes (wild dogs) scaring off the kangaroos and cant guarantee roos.
True Byron Bay Surfing Experience
You’ll have the surfing experience of a lifetime in the #1 place in Australia to learn-to-surf! Meet the Byron Bay Surf School staff at a Carpark in Town in Byron Bay where the waves are best for lessons. We will fit you out with a wetsuit and suitable sized surfboard. We are one of the only surf schools licensed to teach surf lessons in Byron Bay. Our fully-qualified instructors first take you through stretches on the sand and step you through our special 'pop-up technique' in a small and personal group of 8 people maximum. Then it's time to grab your board and go surfing! Our instructors stay with you in the water, guiding you on to perfect peeling waves and helping you stand up and ride the waves of your dreams, all the way to shore. You will not know you could smile so much or be more exhilarated than when you ride your first waves. We offer the most water/actual surfing time (approx 2hrs), 3hr experience. Other things to note Guests must book their surfing lesson prior to arrival, and arrange their own transportation to/from the Byron Bay Surf School.
Meet the sanctuary animals of Moo to Ewe
Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. We start by meeting the cheeky goat gang who love eating from your hand! Next we take a nice stroll over to meet the friendly cows, followed by spending some quality time with the sheep and alpacas. Next up, we visit the hens and roosters, before making our way over to meet pigs Sunday, Bo and Ivy. During the tour you are welcome to pat and scratch any of the animals if they are willing. We are not a petting zoo.
12 Apostles, Otways & Great Ocean Road
Want to explore the Great Ocean Road in style with a local Aussie guide? Our premium (but humble) small group experience is made for you :) @hikeandseektours we like to keep it small, so join the group of 8 other awesome travellers for this memorable day adventure. With coffees in our hands we’ll depart Melbourne and head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. We promise you’ll never forget this view! After the Apostles and Gibson Steps, it's time for a delicious lunch at our favourite local cafe before driving through the Great Otway National Park. Here we’ll take an easy-moderate 3km hike through an ancient rainforest to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls (Psst! The big bus companies can't make it here). Always wanted to see humongous trees? On our next stop we will take a stroll amongst the ‘Giants of the forest’. Photos won’t do any justice of this place, so you *have to* experience it yourself. From there we’ll cruise along the iconic Great Ocean Road stopping at Apollo Bay for an optional award-winning gelato. Say G’day to some wild koalas, drop bears, king parrots & kangaroos at Kennett River and walk or swim at the beach in the surftown Lorne - or simply grab a snack before heading back to Melbourne. It is a long way but once in a lifetime roadtrip! Other things to note Grade 2: No bushwalking experience required. The track is a hardened or compacted surface. There is driving involved on this experience but the views are definitely worth it and our van is very comfy.
Breakfast with Alpacas
The alpaca farm experience on the Central Coast appeals to people of all ages. We have 70+ alpacas, 40+ sheep and 38 cows and calves. You'll meet Billy our very special guard alpaca who will want to fed a banana before he will let you on the farm. Next you'll meet Ellie a wiltipoll sheep who is Billy's best friend. Take time to meet Billy and Ellie and get some photos. Ellie enjoys a good deep tissue massage Please bring some bananas for Billy, Joey and Cruz. Next its time to meet and feed Coby and Andy our horses who enjoy apples and carrots Walking up past the horses we meet Benny and the gang our flock of wiltipoll sheep. They are keen for their grain. Here you'll have the chance to hand feed the sheep and learn about what makes wiltipolls different to other sheep. You'll also meet Lola our maremma who guards the sheep From here it's off to the alpacas where you will the opportunity to hand feed them their alpaca mix and carrots. We spend time meeting the alpacas, interacting with them and learning their personalities. When the alpacas are full it's time to round them up and bring them to where we have a complimentary breakfast Its' now time for our breakfast watching the alpacas Enclosed shoes are recommended We also run an afternoon alpaca experiences Google Iris Lodge Alpacas alpacas.jilliby@gmail.com
Wine,Music,Cheese,Ciders (Yarra Valley)
We'll pick you up in the morning and mainly focus on everyone getting to know each other. We get everyone to add to a Spotify playlist so we have some tunes and spend the first hour just chatting! On my trip we will go to 4 or 5 places, each consisting of 6-7 tastings. I have a bunch of wineries that I know you'll love and will go to them if no-one is too picky, however I make sure I listen to the group. My trip is a little democracy. Everything we do on my trip is discussed by the group in the morning. I will give you options to choose from lots of different wineries, cheese factories and chocolate factories, Cider houses, distilleries and breweries. We WILL go to 4 of these places, maybe 5 if we have time for it. Though I put an emphasis on personalizing the day, if you just want to come along and put your trust in me, we will visit 4 four unique venues, all with a point of difference, with one of them being a restaurant where you can order and pay your own way. I’d allow 20-30$ for lunch. Expect pizzas, steaks, seafood,burgers and salads. Really new and awesome restaurant called ‘Quarters’ that’s on St Huberts Estate. Generally this is the day 11am Helen and Joeys Estate wine tasting (sometimes kangaroos here) 12pm Yering Farm wine and cider tasting 1pm St Huberts Estate for lunch 2:45 Four Pillars Gin 3:45 Chocolate tasting 4:15 Depart Will be back by 5:15pm :)
Grand Adventure, Self-Drive Boat Tour
Imagine: it’s a beautiful day in Sydney and you’re behind the wheel of a speedboat, gliding through the world-famous harbour with the salty breeze on your face. Surrounded by iconic landmarks, it’s just you, your closest friends and a local guide who knows exactly where to find the coolest spots on Sydney’s downtown shores. Aye, captain - this is the ultimate tour for you if you really want to see Sydney like a local. In fact, I’m the only one in Sydney offering guided self-drive boat tours of the harbour. Forget about joining a huge tourist barge and listening to pre-recorded commentary. It’s much more fun to zip around on quick, agile boats with a small group, seeing unique spots in the harbour the big boats don’t even visit. Don’t worry if you have no experience or boating licence. Most of my guests have never driven a boat before - but after 5-10 minutes they are completely comfortable and able to navigate the harbour confidently. If you really want to discover all the fascinating stories Sydney Harbour has to offer, this trip provides you with the best value. (When you compare this tour with our two hour option and factor in time for your safety briefing and preparation, you’ll get nearly twice as much time on the water. That’s twice the sights, twice the stories and twice the fun - for only 30% more.) Other things to note Before the start of the tour you will participate in a boat safety and operations briefing. Once training is completed you will be able to operate your own boat as you follow me through the harbour.
Rooftops & Hidden Bars of Melbourne
Bar crawl! But not your average bar crawl, discover these hidden bars & rooftops right in the city. These are our standard stops, weather and availability may alter these: Stop 1. A secluded rooftop right in the centre of the city, with full 360 degree views. Also lays claim to some of the best starter meals in the CBD. Stop 2. One of Melbourne most famous rooftops, don't mind the stairs because once you get to the top it's buzzing action. An absolute classic that is often overlooked! Stop 3. Fun rooftop in the centre of the city with a fun bar and warm atmosphere, the music starts to pick up! Stop 4. Secret bar, this bar is down a secret street that you probably didn't even notice, in a door you didn't see. If you’d like a fifth stop, let me point you in the right direction to another bar or even nightclub! Things to note: - There will be stairs, please prepare accordingly. - Given the quality of the bars, in peak season the bars can be busy and may vary. - On some rooftops smokers are permitted in all outdoor areas, be aware smokers may be around. Enjoy a drink and discover this amazing city! JOIN US FOR CHEAP TUESDAY - DISCOUNTED TOURS EVERY WEEK Other things to note Please eat prior to attending Drinks aren’t provided, you’re free to drink what you like
Alpaca Meet & Greet
Come & meet our herd of 70+ alpacas. During this experience you’ll learn about our alpacas whilst you’re in amongst the herd hand feeding them. A number of the alpacas enjoy cuddles and a neck rub. They are very photogenic so be sure to bring your camera.
Walking with Alpacas
I would like to explain how I have priced the experience regarding children. Ages 3-5 are free, but if the child wishes to help lead an alpaca, I can put a second lead on an alpaca being led by an adult. Ages 5-12 (13,14) are $20 and the child shares an alpaca with an adult. The 13-14 year old, you have to decide whether your child feels confident enough to lead an alpaca on their own, for an hour or so. My alpacas are well-trained and quiet. Please ring me on 0427 201192 if you have any queries. After you come in the gate, turn right and park opposite the orchard. Then walk up to the barn. When everyone has arrived I will bring out your alpaca on a halter and lead, ready to walk. When everyone has their alpaca, we will set forth. Before we set off, you’ll have the opportunity to ask any burning questions, but of course you can ask questions at any time. We’ll walk the Alpacas around the farm which usually takes about an hour. After the walk, if you’d like, you can see the free ranging chickens in the orchard and check out our permaculture vegetable garden. If the dates or times open for an experience do not suit you please contact brigitte through contact host page and I will arrange for you to come at a time of your choice.
Wilsons Prom National Park Day Hike
Want to experience Australian white sandy beaches, blue waters, and mountain tops all in one day? Join this small group, premium hiking experience! Explore the southernmost point of mainland Australia with a local Aussie guide. We arrive at Wilsons Prom and embark on our first hike for the day which takes us through beautiful terrain and emerges to the vastness of “The Big Drift” Wilsons Promontory sand dunes. An out of this world and inescapable view that can be often overlooked. Once we return we will take a small drive to the general store for some lunch. Next, it’s time for our second hike of the day, a 7.8 km return journey to the famous Mt Oberon. From the summit, you will experience arguably the best coastal views in Victoria. Our next stop is one of our favourites, Squeaky Beach. Here you can wander on the incredibly white rounded grains of quartz which make a squeaking sound giving this popular local beach its name. Finally, as we are departing the National Park, we will make a stop to see our native furry friends. There is a high chance you’ll see Wombats, Emus, Kangaroos and Wallabies going about their daily business. #hikeandseektours Other things to note Grade 3 Hiking: Suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Some bush walking experience recommended. Tracks may have steep hill sections, rough surface and many steps.