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Have a ‘Grande’ Time Exploring Italy with Albatross

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Travellers can save $600 per couple on Albatross Tours’ 18-day ‘The Italian Grande’ tour with prices starting from $7,469 per person twin share when they book and deposit before 15 January 2017.

With leisurely two, four and five night stays this escorted small group tour explores the Italian Lakes District, The Dolomites, Tuscany, Umbria and the Amalfi Coast, getting to taste the regional flavours of Italy including wines, olive oil and delightful local produce served at a traditional Tuscan farmhouse.Transport in a first class touring coach, 17 nights’ accommodation in authentic style hotels, breakfast daily, 12 dinners, all sightseeing, excursions and entrances as per the itinerary plus more!

 

Big value with Aussie Adventures 2017/18 brochure 

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Aussie Adventures 2017/18 brochure features four affordable, easy going, small group adventures across Australia. New for 2017/18, each Aussie Adventures escape will be escorted by a Driver Guide who will provide the stories, insights and knowledge to bring each destination to life.  What’s more, this new programme will feature the four day Sydney Escape for the first time.

Highlights include the three-Day Red Centre Escape priced from $629 per person where travellers will venture through the heart of Australia; the four-day Top End Escape priced from $995 per person twin share, where adventure seekers will cruise on the Mary River Wetlands and swim in natural infinity pools and hot springs;  and the Two-day Kangaroo Island Escape priced from $459 per adult, where guests will get up close to native wildlife and surf sand dunes.

 

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West Coast Wilderness Railway Announces a Raft of New Activities

Rafting with friends

New activities have announced for the  West Coast Wilderness Railway 2016 Spring/Summer schedule. Highlight includes King River Gorge Raft & Steam with guided rafting tours through rainforest rapids, and boarding the historic West Coast Wilderness Railway with views of the gorge. The second highlight on the summer schedule is the new Footplate Experience – a unique opportunity for steam train devotees to immerse themselves into the life of a locomotive driver or fireman.

 

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