Tours

Gray Line operate a wide range of tours, providing flexibility to select your preferred tour options and travel on a day that suits you. For further information on these tours, as well as other day touring options in and around Brisbane, or to make a booking on any of these tours, please click here and select ‘Brisbane’.

Please find below some suggested touring options from Gray Line.

Brisbane City Sights Tours
This morning’s tour provides a great over view of the city and surrounding suburbs. Tour the city at leisure and see the charming architecture for which Brisbane is famous. See Brisbane’s Story Bridge and Kangaroo Point Cliffs. Stop for morning tea, see historical Newstead House, Brisbane’s oldest residence. There are some great photo opportunities in this introduction to Brisbane tour.

Tangalooma Day Cruise
Cruise across Moreton Bay, possibly see dolphins and turtles as the launch heads towards the resort. Once on the island, time to enjoy the resort activities. Crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and untouched national parks are the idyllic setting for an island discovery. Tangalooma Resort on Moreton Island is a true wonderland waiting to be explored. Surrender to this carefree and relaxed living and enjoy as much or as little as your heart desires.

Croc Express to Australia Zoo
The Sunshine Coast, home of the Crocodile Hunter and Australia Zoo, has been a popular holiday playground for Australian’s and visitors alike. This tour goes directly to and from Australia Zoo, made famous by the antics of Steve and Terri Irwin and their global documentaries, now a living legacy to Steve. You will have time to experience the best of Australia Zoo. This wildlife “Theme Park” is too good to rush. Spend almost 6 hours seeing the many shows and demonstrations including crocodile feeding and snake handling. The handlers even walk some animals through the park so you can get “up close and personal.” The Zoo has a team of over 500 who believe in “conservation through exciting education”, and will ensure you have a wildlife experience you’ll never forget. View the majestic Glasshouse Mountains bordered by pineapple farms and pine forests as you travel along the Steve Irwin Way scenic route.

O’Reilly’s Green Mountains
O’Reilly’s is situated in the centre of the cool, quiet rainforest of World Heritage listed Lamington National Park, with its spectacular panoramic views. Prior to your arrival at O’Reilly’s, enjoy morning tea and a stroll along the ‘Gallery Walk,’ Mt Tamborine’s unique local art and crafts shops. Upon arrival at O’Reilly’s, you’ll be enchanted by the calls of an amazing array of native birds, not to mention the friendliness and hospitality of this renowned family-owned Guesthouse. Enjoy life in the top of the trees as you take a stroll along the ‘Tree Top Walk’ 16 metres above the rainforest floor. Lunch (at your own expense) is available overlooking the lush valleys below. Visit Canungra Valley Vineyards and enjoy wine tasting with these knowledgeable and friendly vintners in an historic ‘Queenslander’ homestead.

Sunshine Coast & Montville
The Sunshine Coast is not only famous for its beaches. It has a rich heritage of spectacular Hinterland scenery combined with exciting man-made attractions. Montville is the creative heart of the craft villages and towns that make up the BlackallRange region. Stunning views over the coastline and an interesting variety of craft shops and restaurants create a memorable experience. Visit the worlds largest Ginger processing factory. Here you can purchase every Ginger product imaginable or take one of the rides on offer. Situated right next door is the Macadamia Warehouse with a vast array of tasty nut products. At MontvilleVillage enjoy time to shop, wander and relax. Mooloolaba is fast becoming the commercial hub of the Sunshine Coast, enjoy a walk along its beautiful boardwalk.

Disclaimer
Please be advised that the above tours are offered by separate operators, and do not have any connection with Arinex Pty Ltd. This information is provided to delegates on a general basis and is the delegate’s responsibility to research, make a booking and pay for the service provided directly with the supplier. Please ensure that you read the terms and conditions on the operator website before proceeding with payment to avoid any problems. Any issues relating to this are at the expense of the delegate and not the responsibility of Arinex Pty Ltd.

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