Aussie Farm, Food & Wine Trail
$135concession ? Prices above are for departures between 1 April 2017 - 31 March 2018
You’ll get a real taste of Aussie farm life on this small group family-friendly tour. From Sydney you’ll travel through parts of rural NSW and view the lush bush landscape.
Tobruk Sheep Station
Offering a truly authentic experience, Tobruk Sheep Station will immerse you in the Australian bush and to get a taste of life on an outback sheep station. You'll also get to see colourful whip cracking & boomerang throwing demonstrations. Enjoy a tractor ride.
At the Drover’s Camp you’ll be treated to traditional stockman’s tucker with billy tea and damper around the campfire. Made and served the old way – straight up – the billy tea is boiled over the campfire, while the damper dough is placed straight onto the embers. While this tucker tastes great, make sure you leave room for lunch.
Now you’ll see the amazing patience and skill of the stockman at work with his sheepdog. In order to get the sheep to a particular pen on the property, the stockman directs his canine partner as it moves quickly and expertly among the 50 strong herd. With what looks like effortless skill and speed, the dog will move over, under and around the sheep to achieve his task. Have the camera ready to take a snap when the dog lands himself on the back of a wayward sheep.
The age-old profession of sheep shearing requires a great deal of practice, skill and agility and here you’ll see it first-hand. While seated in the most unique shearing shed in the country, you’ll watch the shearers at work while the life of the shearer himself is unfolded.
After all that excitement, it’s time to enjoy some real Aussie hospitality with a mouth-watering BBQ. Today you’ll be treated to an Aussie grill of steak, green salad and more. Oh, and don’t forget dessert – traditional Aussie Lamington cake – just delicious.
Included Meals: Barbecue Lunch
Full Day Tour
Approximately 10 hours
Tue & Thu from 7.00am, Sydney
(earlier from selected city hotels)
5.30pm approximately, Sydney
Note: This itinerary is valid for travel until 29 March 2018 only.
Our special discounted rates make booking accommodation with us during your holiday both easy and affordable at selected AAT Kings hotels and resorts.
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- Stockman’s tucker
- Barbecue lunch
- Wine tastings
- Experienced Driver Guide
- Comprehensive commentary
- Travel in an air-conditioned coach
What to bring
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Sunglasses, sunscreen and hat
- Water bottle
- Jacket in the cooler months
Low level of fitness required.
Aussie Farm, Food & Wine Trail (J9)
Free hotel pick-ups
Hotel pick-ups are available free of charge on selected tours if you do not wish to meet at the main departure point. Hotel pick up times vary so please use the tool below to find your hotel and pick up time. Hotel pick-ups must be requested with your booking.
|Hotel||Pickup Location||Pickup Time|
|Holiday Inn Sydney Airport||Front of Hotel||6:35am|
|Vibe Hotel Sydney||Front of Hotel||7:10am|
Little Regent Street entrance
|Capitol Theatre||13 Campbell Street||7:20am|
|Novotel Darling Harbour||Front of Hotel||7:30am|
|Parkroyal Darling Harbour||Front of Hotel||7:35am|
|Hilton Hotel Sydney||Pitt Street entrance||7:40am|
|Hyatt Regency Darling Harbour||Lower Ground Leve of Hotel, Slip Street Entrance||7:50am|
|Sofitel Wentworth||Front of Hotel||7:55am|
|Four Seasons Hotel||Level 3 - Harrington Street Entance||8:05am|
In 2017 hotel pick-ups may be affected by major road works. Please call 1300 228 546 to confirm your pick-up location and time 24-48 hours prior to your travel date. Pick up times are valid from 1 April 2017.
Find your hotel pick up time
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