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  • Central Queensland Outback Explorer 2015

    Central Queensland Outback Explorer 2015

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    ‘Gold Class’ Coach/Rail Combo tour including Roma Saleyards, Bilby encounter, Charleville & Longreach highlights, Winton, Spirit of the...

  • Carnarvon Gorge & Heron Island 2015

    Carnarvon Gorge & Heron Island 2015

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    Featuring canyons and coral cays. Combine 3 nights at the Wilderness Lodge hidden in the rugged ranges of Queensland’s central highlands at Carnarvon...

  • Grand Queensland Coast, The Great Barrier Reef & Island Holiday 2015

    Grand Queensland Coast, The Great Barrier Reef & Island Holiday 2015

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    ‘Gold Class’ coach/rail combo tour to Fraser Island, Great Barrier Reef & Cairns

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  • Grand Splendours of Tasmania

    Grand Splendours of Tasmania

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    The ultimate Apple Isle experience flying into Launceston exploring the major tourist destinations such as The East Coast, Port Arthur, Huon Valley, Hobart,...

  • Spring Wildflowers in the West

    Spring Wildflowers in the West

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    See the Quokka on Rottnest Island, The Pinnacles, discover gold mining history in Kalgoorlie, follow the Wildflower trail, see the Pink Lake at Esperance,...

  • Grand Queensland Coast, The Great Barrier Reef & Island Holiday 2015

    Grand Queensland Coast, The Great Barrier Reef & Island Holiday 2015

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    ‘Gold Class’ coach/rail combo tour to Fraser Island, Great Barrier Reef & Cairns

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  • The Ghan and Red Centre Sensation

    The Ghan and Red Centre Sensation

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    Enjoy 3 nights in Darwin with daily tours, then take an overnight journey in Gold Service on the legendary Ghan to Alice Springs. Explore Standley Chasm,...

Reviews

  • The "Three Grand Ladies" tour was excellent and went like clockwork. Although from very different background, the group blended quite well by the end. I must in particular nominate Andy our Hostess, who seemed to be following our shadows to make sure we were not going astray or whatever. Nothing seem to be a hassle for her, and any little anxieties one may have experienced, she was there to assist. I will complete the printed Survey which goes into more details, and will post it to your attention shortly. I will certainly keep an eye for your future Tours to come. Thanks
    Jean-Claude R
  • Hi Lynn Thank you for your help with our trip to Floriade. It was a wonderful tour, extremely well organised, always on time, great accommodation and wonderful mix of sites to see. We were really impressed with our driver, Rob. Very friendly, knowledagable and very safe driver. Our hostess June was wonderful and made the trip so easy. Thank you to Fun over Fifty for being such a professional & fun company to tour with. I will be watching out for future tours and would love to travel with the company again. Have already recommended FOF to friends & will continue to do so. Kind regards Trish Bignall
    Trish Bignall
  • Hello Toni and the Fun Over Fifty Team Thank you for another fantastic tour. The highlights are too many to list as we saw some amazing places and kept pinching ourselves to see if we were dreaming. Never thought we would be standing under the Eiffel Tower or visiting the Sistine Chapel etc. etc. We can’t say enough about the Tour Guide, Tim, and Luc, our expert driver. They were both extremely caring, patient and always ready to help. Tim is certainly passionate about Europe and loved sharing his vast knowledge and stories with the group. From our first meeting at Paris Airport, his personality, sense of humour and calmness made for a very pleasant ‘Rendezvous in Europe’. So many happy memories - and now so many photos to sort through. Many thanks once again - and also for the lovely welcome home letter with Fun Money. Always a lovely touch. Kind regards Elaine and Cary Marsh
    Elaine and Cary Marsh
  • What a nice way to return from a trip and find a welcome home letter from the Tour Company with whom you travelled.Thankyou. John and I thoroughly enjoyed our trip, Longreach, Winton & Gulf Rail Holiday,and bouquets are certainly in order for our Hostess Anne and our Driver and Guide,Ian,who contributed in such a big way to the success of the trip. When reading your letter I had a little chuckle when I came across "WIN DINNER OR LUNCH FOR TWO" for a funny story encountered on the trip, so thought the following would be quite relevant. On our last day when we were nearing Cairns, Ian suggested we give thought to the number of ks the bus had travelled during our time away. He would give us sometime to think about the distance, and at our final dinner that night a prize would be given to whoever guessed the closest mileage. The couple sitting across the aisle from me in the bus told me a story about an experience they had on another coach tour (not with Fun Over 50's). The group on that tour where given the same distance guessing competition as us, but for several days prior to the end, the prize of "Lunch or Dinner for 2 anywhere in Australia" was the carrot being dangled to get them all enthused. As it turned out it was the lady telling me this story who won the prize.....it sounded so good but in reality it consisted of 2 cans of baked beans, 2 plastic plates and plastic cutlery for 2 !!!! They could certainly take that little bundle "anywhere in Australia". I hope I haven't given Fun Over Fifties any ideas...or do you already know this one????? With best wishes Trish McCormack
    Trish McCormack
  • Having just arrived home the memories of our wonderful tour are still fresh. From the very start Laurie and Sarah made us so welcome. We settled in on the coach, and began the journey south. Yamba was our lunch stop and that was where we began to get to know our fellow travellers. Port Macquarie was our first overnight stop, a lovely setting. Then it was on to Bowral, where we stayed at the 5 star Peppers Craigieburn. A beautiful resort, with magnificent gardens and immaculate accomodation.Next day first up was a visit to the Corbett Gardens,then it was off to the Bradman Museum, dedicated to the evolution of cricket, a terrific setup. After lunch it was a lovely country drive to Fitzroy Falls in the Kangaroo Valley. By this time we were all great mates and there was a fair bit of banter amongst the cheekier members of the group. Sarah and Laurie interacted wonderfully with the group, looking after our needs with great care and consideration.What a lovely couple and a tremendous asset to Fun Over Fifty!Day four took us to Tulip Top Gardens, a magnificent display! After lunch we made our way to Cockington Green, a miniature village. Then we were taken to our next accomodation for the next three nights, Best Western Garden City at Canberra. A very impressive place to stay, with very friendly staff and well presented rooms. Day five saw us at Floriade, the largest floral display in the southern hemisphere. An afternoon visit to the War Memorial was a fitting way to end the day, with a very moving closing ceremony. Many of us had relatives who had fought in previous wars and it was a priviledge to see their names on the Roll of Honour.Day six took us to Parliament House.We participated in a very interesting and comprehensive tour, then had a lucheon cruise on Lake Burley Griffin. Sady next day, we had to leave Canberra and head to Gosford for lunch. Then we were off to Lovedale for a wonderful tour of the Hunter Valley Gardens, a spectacular setup with themed gardens over thirty three acres.We were then taken to our overnight accomodation at Crowne Plaza. Very impressive,spacious rooms and lovely food.Our tour was reaching it's final stages. Day eight found us at Woodland Darley Stud,where we were given an informative tour of the workings of the stud and saw a beautiful day old Lonhro foal. After lunch at Scone we were off to Glen Innes for an overnight at the New England Motor Lodge. We had made some great friends and it was with a certain amount of sadness that we woke to our final day on the tour. A visit to the Standing Stones and the Beardies History House was the last of our guided tours, then we had a scrumptious lunch at the Stanthorpe college of Wine and tourism. A few glasses of wine that accompanied our meal saw us merrily rejoin the coach for the last leg of our journey back into Brisbane. It was a quiet trip, most silently reminiscing about the last eight days and the great memories we had accumulated. All too soon we were at Roma st and we all said a fond farewell to our fellow travellers who had become our friends. A wonderful tour, thank you Laurie and Sarah, you helped make the tour such a memorable one and thank you Fun Over Fifty for another successful and very entertaining tour! Looking for our next trip already!!!
    Helen Phillis and Dawn Scandolera

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