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Travel Route: Sydney Roundtrip

This tour offers a mix of city and outback with Broken Hill (Royal Flying Doctor's Service) as the furthest destination. Of course you’ll visit the Blue Mountains to enjoy the spectacular rock formations and vistas, go to the Jenolan Caves with underwater rivers and impressive formations, have dinner in the world's first horse- drawn restaurant near Sydney and take a visit to Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo with more than 700 animals! Visit mining city Broken Hill which is surrounded by desert but the town still has colourful parks and gardens. Small town Wagga Wagga is vibrant and has a lot to offer, for example its artistic scene and striking architecture, so stop by this town. Bring your trip to an end in Sydney with a nice kayak or paddle board trip.

Itinerary

Day 1: Sydney
Day 2: Sydney - Mudgee
Day 3: Mudgee - Dubbo
Day 4: Dubbo
Day 5: Dubbo - Cobar
Day 6: Cobar - Broken Hill
Day 7: Broken Hill
Day 8: Broken Hill - Mildura
Day 9: Mildura - Wagga Wagga
Day 10: Wagga Wagga
Day 11: Wagga Wagga - Sydney

Highlights

Jenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves Tours Itinerary: Day 1

Experience one of the world's finest cave systems - Jenolan Caves near Sydney - with this range of trolley tours that let you hop on and off at any stop! More info

Clydesdale Restaurant

Clydesdale Restaurant Itinerary: Day 2

Drawn by three majestic Clydesdales, this luxuriously restored carriage boasts an olde worlde ambience with a combination of timber, brass, antique fittings, velvet and lace. See their FAQs

Location: Mudgee| Photographer: Evolving Images | Courtesy: Destination New South Wales

Mudgee Itinerary: Day 2

Mudgee's reputation for excellent local produce has enabled it to prosper and grow while keeping the bounty that is fine country living. Famous for its sweet honey and exceptional wines, Mudgee proudly displays its wares for all to taste, ensuring a purchase or three soon after. Its Victorian-style character is spurred by its heritage-listed buildings, some dating as far back as the 1850s, and nearby National Parks and Nature Reserves make this exciting part of the region truly special.

Location: Dubbo | Photographer: Gecko Photographics | Courtesy: Destination New South Wales

Dubbo Itinerary: Day 4

Dubbo is a natural tourist destination for all ages and is home to one of the world’s finest open range zoos. Long summers, fine food and wine, pristine parklands and a non-stop calendar of events and festivals make it a favourite place to visit.

Location: 	Outback New South Wales | Credit: Broken Hill Tourism | Courtesy: Destination New South Wales

Broken Hill Itinerary: Day 12

Broken Hill was founded in 1883 by a boundary rider named Charles Rasp who discovered the first deposit of Silver, which at that stage he believed to be tin. Broken Hill is known for its large population of artists with galleries totalling more than 30. Broken Hill plays host to the famous St Patrick’s Race Day meeting, which attracts visitors from far and wide.

Bundeena Kayaks and Paddle Boards

Bundeena Kayaks and Paddle Boards Itinerary: Day 12

Bundeena Kayaks and Paddle Boards is based on the waterfront of the pristine Port Hacking waterway in the coastal township of Bundeena in southern Sydney. See their FAQs

Video

Broken Hill, come back in the Australian past
Broken Hill is not the most famous town in Australia, but you should definitely visit it. Not only is this the area where they filmed the movie ‘Mad Max’ but it also has an old fashioned milk bar and art gallery. These two reporters will show you it all.

Q&A

Clydesdale Restaurant

Clydesdale Restaurant

Address: c/- 61 Hawkesbury Valley Way, Windsor NSW 2756
Phone: 02 4577 4544
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: www.clydesdalesrestaurant.com.au
FAQS provided by: Jenny Paterson

What is the Clydesdale restaurant?

Elegant dining in historical Windsor aboard the world's first HORSE DRAWN RESTAURANT. Guests enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner tours aboard an 1890's omnibus, drawn by three majestic Clydesdale horses. Seating is for up to 8 guests on-board.

What does the Clydesdale restaurant offer?

This horse-drawn restaurant offers different tours. These include:
Breakfast Tour
Lunch Tour
Dinner Tour

What is the History of Windsor?

Windsor is Australia's third settlement town (c1794), steeped in history and provides the perfect back-drop to 'step back in time' and enjoy the feel of days gone by.

Why is a meal at the Clydesdale Restaurant so unique?

Being the ONLY Horse Drawn Restaurant in NSW, our dining tours offer a unique and novel way of seeing the sites of Windsor. Breakfast Tours are most popular for families, however, the ultimate dining experience is the 5 Course Dinner Tour - perfect for all romantics!

Do I need to book?

Advance bookings are essential. There is a 10% Discount for groups of 8 guests (maximum seating).

What other highly recommended experiences are there in Sydney?

We highly recommend Cloud 9 Balloon Flights, as well as the Hawkesbury Paddlewheeler. We also recommend that visitors make time to visit the Windsor Craft Markets in the mall every Sunday. There's also the Farmgate & Artisans Trail; absolutely worthy of your time.

Bundeena Kayaks

Bundeena Kayaks

Address: Bonnie Vale Picnic Grounds, Sea Breeze Lane, Bundeena, Sydney 2230
Phone: 0295445294
Email: [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.bundeenakayaks.com.au
FAQs provided by: Marnie Sigal

What activities do Bundeena Kayaks offer?

Bundeena Kayaks offers kayaking and paddle boarding activities on the Port Hacking waterway and bordered by the Royal National Park in southern Sydney. The activities available include:
Kayaking
Paddle Boarding .

Why is Sydney such a popular tourist destination?

Perfect surrounds!

Which of the activities is the most popular?

Our guided kayak eco tours are our most popular activity giving people the opportunity to explore and learn more about this lovely area!

When is the best time for a Bundeena Kayak adventure?

Weekdays are the best time to get out on the water! It’s much quieter and more beautiful.

What other experiences are nearby?

We recommend Bushwalking in the National Park around Bundeena, and the monthly Art Trail in Bundeena.

Sydney Roundtrip