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An exploration of the colonial gold mining sites and pristine rivers and forests of the Eurobodalla. … More Colonial Heritage Tour
VIP Private Tours is your first choice NDIS Service Provider for people with disabilities. Having passed the stringent re-registration requirements of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, VIP Private Tours has added the ‘Innovative Community Participation’ Registration Group to our existing ‘Transport and Travel’ and mainstream Private Tour services. If you’re looking for private transport, a … More NDIS Verified Provider until 2022!
The unspoilt South Coast region of NSW has seen an increase in tourism services, including VIP Private Tours, that have international ready products. With international flights now arriving in Canberra, the range of services on offer provides international visitors with the opportunity to see so much more of this stunning region and enjoy a very interesting itinerary. … More NEWS FLASH – VIP PRIVATE TOURS ATTAINS EXPORT READY STATUS!
Mystery Bay is located in one of Australia’s most stunning and unspoilt coastal areas. Nestled between the Gulaga (Mount Dromedary) which dominates the land in this area and Barranguba (Montague Island) seven kilometres offshore, Mystery is a mix of rugged bays and headlands interspersed with empty beaches of golden sand and smooth granite pebble. … More Mystery Bay Revealed
The heritage villages of Tilba Tilba and Central Tilba snuggle below Gulaga (named Mount Dromedary by Captain James Cook in 1770) in the south of the Eurobodalla Shire. Gulaga is an Aboriginal site of spiritual significance to the Yuin people, the Traditional Owners of this land. Gulaga was an active volcano 60 million years ago. Now completely … More Step back in time with VIP Private Tours
VIP Private Tours provides touring experiences that you couldn’t have by yourself. We have a working relationship with quality dining, accommodation and special interest partners, and with a maximum of 6 clients, our tours allow you to interact more intimately with local people and the environment. Highlights of our tours include tasting oysters straight from … More Get the special treatment
Moruya is an important regional administrative town and a treasure trove of Australian colonial history. VIP Heritage Tours offers a glimpse into the beginnings of the nation through the historic buildings, locations and artifacts that are well preserved in and around Moruya. The first Colonial settlers to Moruya were Francis Flanagan in 1828 and John … More Heritage buildings of Moruya
Between 1924 and 1932, 18,900 cubic metres of Moruya Granite was dressed and shaped into 40,000 blocks for use in the pylons for the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Moruya Granite was also used to construct the Cenotaph in Sydney’s Martin Place. Made from just seven mighty granite blocks and opened in 1929, the Cenotaph contains the … More Why is Moruya called Granite Town?
Visit the heritage village of Bodalla with VIP Private Tours if you’ve got a couple of hours free. Marvel at the Neo-Gothic All Saints Church, see cheese making at the Dairy Shed and browse unique shops and galleries as you wander this delightful village. Top off your day with a delicious lunch made with home … More Bodalla in bloom