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?
Like me, have you always wanted to see the Great Wall of China? I can now assure you that it is worth the trip! Stretching as far as the eye can see and apparently over 3000 klms all told, the Great Wall is spectacular and hard work. From the outset the stair climb is steep … More The Great Wall
The scale of this city is the first thing that strikes you. It’s huge with over 20 million inhabitants. At a local level though, small compact communities gather for morning tai chi and buy fruit, vegetables and bread and chat over a cup of tea. Today we saw the grandeur and pomp of Tiananmen Square … More On tour in Beijing
Reliable transport and airport shuttle service … More Eurobodalla Airport Shuttle
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
Exploring the history and stunning scenery between Bodalla and Narooma. Following this walk we enjoyed a fabulous lunch at Narooma Quarterdeck with host Chris Scroggy. Just a small part of the beautiful Eurobodalla coast.
Your tour of Australia’s south east coastline delivered your way. Port transfer service launch in September and full tour services begin 1 October 2016.