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7:00 Today we depart Southern Cross station bus bays: As we depart Melbourne we will be travelling along the Highway toward Stawell. Our first stop today will be at Great Western “Bests Winery-Cellar Door”, said to be one of Australia’s oldest wineries. Enjoy some morning tea and a tour of the old tunnels & cellars. (suitable for all ages). Continuing our journey to the Silo’s Art Trail we will be stopping at “Mack's” restaurant for a lovely lunch. First Silo today is at Rupanyup, artist, Julia Volchkova. The stops for each Silo, are based on feedback from passengers. Continuing our journey, the trail takes us to the iconic structures in “Brim”, artist, Guido Van Helten. These amazing Silo’s tower over 30 metres high. Time to put down our cameras for the day as we head to our accommodation. Tonight, you will be dining on site at your accommodation.
After a lovely buffet breakfast, we will be departing at 8:00 am for our trip to Patchewollock. This giant mural was painted by artist, Fintan Magee. Next, we depart Patchewollock heading to Lascelles, artist, Tyrone Wright. This is the latest painted Silo in what has been called the “Art Series Silo’s”. Back on board, we will make our way to Rosebery to view the latest Silo – a work in progress. En-route we will stop for a morning tea break.
After our viewing of the Roseberry we will make our way to the Hopetoun Hotel for a lovely cooked lunch. Back on board we will be heading toward Sea Lake and Lake Tyrrell “pink lakes”. Now, it’s time to head to our accommodation for this evening. Your evening meal will be on site at your accommodation in Warracknabeal
After breakfast we bid farewell to our hosts as we head toward the final of the Art series Silos,the “Sheep Hills” Silo’s, artist Matt Adnate. Now it’s off road on the back trails to the town of Logan, Population 15. Logan is situated on the crossroads in the bush. This hotel is the only building in the area. “Logan Pub in the Scrub” is a little gem of a place, you will be delighted by the stories from the owner “Keith the publican”. After an entertaining lunch, we are homeward bound with refreshment stops. We hope you have enjoyed your journey and have many pictures of this amazing art work.
$399.00 P/P—Based on Twin Share or Double
Single supplement—Extra $120.00
INCLUDES: Coach travel, accommodation, 2 lunches, 2 dinners & tours.