The delights of fine French food and a gold rush village. … More Touring off the beaten path in style
An exploration of the colonial gold mining sites and pristine rivers and forests of the Eurobodalla. … More Colonial Heritage Tour
Festival of Steam bespoke tour with luxury accommodation … More Festival of Steam
See the parts of Australia that only the locals know … More Explore Australia
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
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?