09 September - 12 September 2019
Come along with us and experience one of Australia’s most popular attractions, the Phillip Island Penguin Parade. Be amazed by little penguins returning ashore by the hundreds after a day's fishing! We will also be learning all about our feathered little friends at the Phillip Island Visitors Centre. During our stay at Phillip Island we are going to visit the other island attractions including the Koala Conservation Centre, Churchill Island Heritage Farm, take a virtual tour at the Antarctic Journey Centre and discover the amazing sights at “The Nobbies”. This area offers spectacular coastal viewing from the boardwalks and lookout points set amongst natural sea bird gardens, we’ll see the awesome blowhole, a spectacular sea cave that thunders during big southern swells and one and a half kilometres offshore from The Nobbies are Seal Rocks, home to Australia’s largest Australian fur seal colony. We will be staying at the Ramada Resort Phillip Island which offers a relaxed and comfortable holiday experience in a stunning natural location.
This package includes staffing support, 4 days / 3 nights accommodation in the stylish cabins at Ramada Resort, return flights from Sydney, all main meals, all activities as per itinerary, all transport whilst away, return airport transfers from Wollongong and all staffing expenses. All you need to do is pack your bags and come along! Each participant will also receive the option for a hard cover photo book, full of their fun holiday memories.
Total Package Cost $460.00 + NDIS SupportsDeparture Point: WollongongNot an NDIS Participant or don't wish to use NDIS funds? Contact Us for a full cost breakdown.
Meeting at our departure point in Wollongong we will travel to Sydney Domestic Airport for our flight to Melbourne. Once in Melbourne we will collect our bus and drive to Phillip Island. We will check into the Ramada Resort and have a look around the facilities before dinner at the popular restaurant in the resort. After dinner there will be a chance for some free time before bed.
After a delicious breakfast at the resorts café, we’ll get ready for our day . We’ll travel back in time at the historic Churchill Farm. After lunch at the farm, we will make our way back to the resort for a dip in the pool or a rest. Then we’ll be getting ready to go and see the penguin parade! We’ll have dinner at the Visitors Centre before heading to the viewing area. Here we wait for the cute little penguins to arrive! After our visit from the penguins we’ll head back to our resort from some free time before bed.
After breakfast at our resort, we will get ready for a busy day . In the morning we’ll get cuddly with some very cute creatures at the Koala Conservation Centre. After some lunch at the centre, we’ll head to the Antarctic Journey. Antarctic Journey is a 3D experience with some fascinating animals and sights to behold. From here we will travel to “The Nobbies” and hopefully spot some of their fur seal residents. Afterwards we will make our way back to the resort. Being our last night we will enjoy our last dinner as a group. After dinner some free time to relax before bed.
After breakfast at our resort . We will pack our bags, making sure we’ve left nothing behind. Then we will drive back to Melbourne for our flight to Sydney. On our arrival in Sydney, we’ll collect our bags and ride the shuttle to transfers. Then it’s back on the road to Wollongong to meet up with our families and friends.
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12 July 2019
From a sunburnt country, a land of sweeping plains. Our excited group of travellers embarked on a journey to the red centre of Australia, home to the traditional culture and history of our nation.
5 July 2019
With excitement setting over and everyone abuzz with anticipation, embarking cross-country to witness the second match up of Australia's most talked about game, NRL State of Origin.