A wonderful way to combine the landmarks and sights of Melbourne with the city's famous food, the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant offers an all-inclusive lunch or dinner experience serving an amazing meal in this heritage restaurant on wheels as you travel through the streets of Melbourne.
Romantic way to spend the evening in Melbourne, this dinner cruise on the Spirit of Melbourne offers an extensive three course meal prepared with fresh ingredients by a gourmet chef on board, accompanied by fine Australian wines and the stunning backdrop of the Melbourne city skyline, light up at night.
Departing Melbourne, this full day tour takes in the stunning scenery and fantastic produce of the Macedon Ranges region including historic areas, boutique wineries, vineyards and cellar doors where you'll enjoy wine tastings and gourmet food and produce.
Leaving from Melbourne headed for the Mornington Peninsula, you'll stop along the way at Arthur's Seat for morning tea and views of Port Phillip Bay before continuing on to Dromana or Red Hill Estate for lunch after which you'll spend the remainder of the day sampling wines from some of the region's best makers.
Spend a full day visiting the stunning Yarra Valley region including a stop at the Healesville Sanctuary, home to kangaroos, koalas, wombats, dingoes and spectacular species of birds of prey before visiting and tasting the in-house vintages of the vineyards and wineries of the Yarra Valley's famous wine country.
Discover the hidden gems of the Yarra Valley, Victoria's premier wine region, with a whole day dedicated to enjoying the wineries and vineyards and the regional produce. Visiting 4-5 wineries you'll enjoy morning tea, lunch and plenty of wine tasting aboard a luxury air conditioned coach.
One of the best ways to experience the best that outer Melbourne has to offer, this day tour takes in good food, great wine, spectacular scenery and the oldest steam train in Australia. Visiting the Yarra Valley wine growing region, you'll also have the opportunity to ride Puffing Billy up the Dandenong Ranges.