Barossa Clare and Flinders Multi Day
- Duración: 4 Días (aproximadamente)
- Código de producto: BCF
Day 1: Explore some of the most famous wineries in the Barossa. Highlights include a private tasting at Elderton Wines, one of the most celebrated winemakers in the country, then visit Torbreck Vintners, bringing together some of the finest vineyards and growers in the region to make their ultra-premium wines, which have been given the perfect 100 point score five times by Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate. Take a barrel room tour & private cellar door tasting. Enjoy lunch at local Barossa icon, Vintners Restaurant. After lunch head off to Seppeltsfield Estate and savour the experience of walking alongside the longest lineage of single vintage wines in the world in the Centennial Cellar, culminating in a private tasting direct from the barrel of your birth year. Visit Vasse Virgin, where staff will show you their range of natural skin care products, using a traditional cold process method. Finish the day with a panoramic 4WD trip into Jacob’s Creek Steingarten Vineyard, which stretches across 3.6 hectares of the Barossa Ranges.
Day 2: Drive up to Flinders Rangers in luxury 4WD through Clare Valley, Melrose and Hawker. Visit the old winery at Sevenhill Cellars. then enjoy a winery tour, tasting and lunch at one of the most famous small batch wineries in the Clare Valley, O’Leary Walker Wines. In Melrose visit the famous North Star Inn. At Hawker take a walk to the summit of Jarvis Hill to see spectacular views of the Central Flinders Ranges. Overnight at Rawnsley Park Station in your own sumptuous Eco Villa and enjoy dinner at the Woolshed Restaurant.
Day 3: Take a majestic drive tour through Bunyeroo and Brachina gorges before arriving at the Prairie Hotel for lunch. The Prairie Hotel is an outback dining sensation and must do for any Flinders visit. After lunch visit the old copper mining town of Blinman before returning to Rawnsley Park Station for dinner.
Day 4: Enjoy breakfast followed by a 30 minute scenic flight over Wilpena Pound, enjoying the majesty of this ancient crater from the most scenic vantage point – the air!