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“Well Organized Two Day Tour”

Australian Natural Treasures Touring
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Overnight Daylesford and Macedon Ranges Gourmet...
Ranked #3 of 4 Tours in Woodend
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: We offer a range of thoughtfully designed small group (max 8 Guests) tour of the Great Ocean Road and beyond, Daylesford and Macedon Ranges, the Victorian High Country and the Outback. Our journeys are at a more relaxed pace but with a focus on thorough and diverse experiences throughout your time with us. We strive to exceed your expectations and craft wonderful, unique and inspiring experiences.
Reviewed 18 December 2016

Overall, I enjoyed the tour. However, there were elements that detracted from my experience, but enjoyable overall.
Pros: Hotel pickup; great communication; reasonable pricing; well planned itinerary; some hidden, special treats; wildlife, amazing views, fantastic dinner; lovely rest stops; small group; personal guide who is respectful and caring.
Cons: Uncomfortable van seats; long periods of silence (To explain further, I'm loquacious and I like tidbits of information as part of my tours. Glen, our guide is reserved, he offered interesting info at stops, but seldom spoke unless a specific question was asked, and no music or background noise to break the silence, this made day one very long and somewhat boring) We rode back with Eddie who was much more jovial and talkative, a better fit for our personalities; terrible accommodation selection - yes, great views but tired, old, dusty and unkept).

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Reviewed 14 November 2016 via mobile

My wife and I had an amazing time on this tour, our tour guide Jeremy was an absolutely genuine and lovely person from the start! He has a brilliant way of making everyone feel welcome throughout the entire tour, and showed exceptional people skills!

The accommodation that we were booked in to has the most breathtaking views of the ocean and was very cosy, you even have the option of lighting a small fire on the slightly colder nights...

The tour itself is amazing, and we were lucky enough to share our experience with some amazing people too!

Thank you Jeremy & crew!!

Richie and Sophie Rayner!!

Thank Richard R
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Reviewed 6 November 2016

A wide and varied range of experiences over the three days. Comfortable travel, exceptional accommodation, plenty of flexibility and choices and an informative guide.

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Reviewed 10 August 2016

This is a "must do" in Daylesford!
Whilst away for a couple of days with girlfriends, after visiting every shop in town. we were told about a one day tour operating out of Daylesford.
We got to see the other side of the town and it's surrounds. The 4WD bus took us into the forest to look at old mining digs and stone ruins. We found out about the tragic story of the Lost Children, saw loads of wild life, and had a fancy lunch at Passing Clouds Winery.
Even if you are a regular to Daylesford, I guarantee these guys will show you something new, as only the locals can.

Thank krysten2016
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Reviewed 7 April 2016

I am now convinced. A road trip is still a road trip even if you're not driving. There were eight of us, in a minibus with Jeremy, a friendly, talkative and informative driver/guide who took us along the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide.

But, Jeremy Redmond is more than a guide. He’s a director and part-owner of Australian National Treasures Touring, which operates small-group tours to different destinations; Aboriginal Art and Culture, through wildlife to food and wine. And, of course, the Great Ocean Road.

The bus was a comfortable, fairly new nine-seater, and I believe they operate even smaller vehicle. But, none bigger; they don’t cater for large parties. Jeremy was able to talk to us without reverting to a loudspeaker, or even raising his voice.

Excellent accommodation was arranged for us for the two nights of the trip, also breakfasts and dinner at outstanding restaurants. The stops were at the usual attractions along the route … in addition to which, Jeremy said he would stop anywhere on request. Overall, a most enjoyable trip, which I have no hesitation in recommending to anyone who wants to travel the Great Ocean Road, but doesn’t want to drive.

Thank KeithKellett
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