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Driver was very friendly and informative. Saw some magnificent scenery and visited some great places including Mornington Chocolates and T'Gallant Winery. Lunch at Cups Winery was superb. A great day!!
John is such a pleasant guide, he's very informative, friendly, passionate and warm. He's the best tour guide I've ever had. I brought my mum and twin along for the trip and they really enjoyed their time. It was the highlight of their Melbourne trip. I can't thank John enough! =)
Wonderful Mornington Peninsula tour by Bunyip with Claire and John (in-training) as our guides. With just 7 visitors, the tours was relaxing with many interesting points revealed by John who had a family house at Mornington Peninsula. Had a splendid wine sampling at Cups Estatea and a light and enjoyable lunch there. Highly reccomended.
Truly well worth doing with a guide like Matthew who made our day very entertaining and pleasureable. I would recommend this tour to anyone. Small group travel is more personal.
One of the best bus trip I have be on.The driver was excellent. Everywhere we went we were most welcome,the lunch at cup winery was excellent.
We had a great day, despite some shower of rain. Matt was a great guide!
The company was excellent. They were punctual, polite and very knowledgeable. Our driver was wonderful and gave us a free reign on what we wanted to do. The whole day was superb with the driver giving us the most wonderful experience of the peninsula. I would recommend it to any one.
Kurt, the tour guide, was great, but there really isn't enough in the Mornington Penninsula to warrant a whole day, unless an option such as kayaking is added on to the tour.
The lunch at the winery was good and the maze place was interesting.
Winery visited (The Cups) is but an average winery - not "famous" as stated on brochure. Least said about the quality of the wine, and its pricing, the better. All other places visited excellent. Very little commentary about the history, geological, cultural, indigenous inhabitants of the entire Mornington Peninsula area.