Naracoorte and The Scenic South East

4 Days – Monday 5th to Thursday 8th February 2024

Accommodation: William MacIntosh Motor Inn

Highlights of the tour:

  • «Head down to the beautiful South East making the first stop, for morning tea at Mt Barker..
  • « Visit the town of Kingston and have an opportunity to have your photo taken with “Larry” the Lobster who stands 17 metres high and is now home to Janet’s Takeaway.
  • «Drive around Cape Jaffa and see the historic lighthouse which was originally 41 metres high and known as a Wells Screw Pile designed to suit the local conditions .
  • «Spend the day exploring Mt Gambier. Visit “The Lady Nelson” Visitor Information Centre. The Lady Nelson was a 60-ton sailing vessel built in the year 1799. It was the first ship to sail along the coastline of SA.
  • «Visit the cave gardens in the centre of town and then explore the Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre. See the wonderful film, “Volcano- the story of Earth, Fire and Water”, which explains the Aboriginal Dreamtime story of how the craters were formed and also how the spectacular volcanic eruptions shaped Mount Gambier
  • «Drive around the Blue Lake, Valley Lake and the Adam Lindsey Gordon Obelisk, which was erected as a memorial to the famous Australian poet.
  • «Head to Umpherston Sink Hole. See the stunning garden and it’s picturesque landscape from the viewing platforms or walk into the sinkhole along the terraces and behind the hanging vines.
  • «Visit the Tantanoola Caves, which is wheelchair friendly and learn how the cave was found, it’s history and the geology of these stunning caves.
  • «Travel to the town of Millicent and see the unusual swimming lake. Continue on to the pretty seaside towns of Beachport and Robe. Enjoy free time to buy your own lunch and explore. Walk to the Obelisk at Robe or just enjoy the bus tour of the marina, wharf and Long Beach.
  • «Visit the World Heritage listed Naracoorte Caves; one of the worlds most important fossil sites and venture down into Alexandra Cave .
  • «Discover the Wonambi Fossil Centre and see the re-creation of the megafauna that roamed the landscape over 500,000 years ago.


  • « Morning tea provided on Days 1
  • « Fully cooked or continental breakfast on Days 2, 3 and 4
  • « Lunch provided on Days 1 and 4
  • « Two course dinner on Days 1, 2 and 3
  • « Entrance to attractions/ Museums listed
  • « Fully escorted with a tour host
  • « Deluxe coach travel


Twin/Double Share: $1,495 per person
Single Supplement: $210 for 3 nights