($395 s/s) - 5 DAYS / 4 NIGHTS - Early Bird Discount Price $2899pp twin share expires 31/8/20. King Island is located approximately 80 km north-east of Tasmania and about the same distance southeast of Cape Otway on the Victorian coast. With a population of just 1400, King Island is one of Australia's best kept secrets. Known for its peaceful surrounds, friendly locals, breathtaking scenery, Cheese, Beef and fabulous Seafood. A wonderful gastronomical delight awaits on this Island getaway!!
5 Days / 4 Nights – Mon 1st - Friday 5th February
2102KIN Full Itinerary.pdf
The Tour Includes:
Return Economy Airfares
Door to door service
All Touring and Entrance Fees as per Itinerary
Meals as per Itinerary
King Island Bakery
Currie Town Tour
Cape Wickham Lighthouse
Cape Wickham Golf Course
King Island Dairy
Beef Farm Tour
City of Melbourne Bay
Yellow Rock River
Lavinia State Reserve
King Island Power
Tour cost: $2999- per person Twin Share
($390- single supplement)
Early Bird Discount Price $2899pp twin share
Book and Pay Deposit before 31/08/20
$400pp deposit required to secure your seats….
Tour Price is Valid for Travel during 2021
The itinerary may be subject to change without notice. Whilst every effort is made to adhere to the itinerary as provided, Daytripper Tours reserves the right to alter the touring and attractions as dictated by circumstances and conditions outside the company’s control. Alterations may be made to ensure the smooth running of the tour. Every attempt will be made to ensure alterations do not adversely affect the operation of the tour. Daytripper Tours will not be held responsible for weather based cancellations or those closures made at the venue’s discretion.
TRAVEL INSURANCE IS NOT COMPULSORY HOWEVER IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
King Island is located approximately 80 km northeast of Tasmania and about the same distance southeast of Cape Otway on the Victorian coast. With a population of just 1400, King Island is one of Australia's best kept secrets! It’s often windswept and rainy but its rugged and very scenic and it has a fascinating history. Around 60 or so offshore wrecks (a legacy of the dangers of trying to cross and pass through Bass Strait in the early days) lie along the reefs just off the 145ks of coastline. Before the arrival of Europeans the island was richly forested but today it has been cleared for farming and the huge trees have been replaced by low lying scrub and ti-trees. In recent times King Island has gained an extraordinary reputation for its beef and dairy products. King Island butters, cheeses and creams (particularly clotted cream) have found their way into fashionable suburban delicatessens on the mainland – made by the King Island Dairy with produce from just 16 dairy farms! Our guide – a long term resident of King Island - is passionate about “all things King Island”. He will ensure we enjoy memorable visit!