Viaje a través de la cordillera Dandenong y la región vinícola del valle del Yarra en un recorrido de día completo desde Melbourne. Disfrute de un té por la mañana y las espectaculares aves autóctonas de la selva tropical de la cordillera Dandenong. A continuación, monte en el histórico tren de vapor Puffing Billy a través del bosque de Sherbrooke. Diríjase al cercano valle del Yarra para pasar la tarde en la famosa región vinícola de Victoria. Disfrute de tres catas en unas bodegas de calidad superior y tendrá la opción de incluir un almuerzo de 2 platos acompañado de vino. Su experto guía le proporcionará informativas explicaciones durante todo el día.
Mark from AAT Kings was a great guide. He was hilarious and informative at the same time.
Our first stop for tea was beautiful. They served us tea/coffee served with scones fresh out of the oven with cream and jam which was delicious. Puffing billy steam train also gives you wonderful sceneries. Lunch at Rochford winery was really good as well. The winetasting was also so much fun.
We enjoyed the train ride through the Dandenong ranges. The second part of the tour, visiting 3 wineries in
a very short period of time, on a very hot summer day was a little bit to much.
Tasting almost 18 - 20 varieties of wine within 2 hours can only make you drunk. One winery tasting would be
enough. I hope you can make some change in that tour.
Fritz and Darinka
To be honest, I was expecting more. The drive was ok, and the bus driver/ tour guide was quite informative and pleasant, but the wineries we visited were average and the lunch was just ok. I suppose the best part of the day was the steam train ride.
Loved it! Again a great tour by Viator. We loved the scones with cream at Grants Reserve. Here you have the opportunity to feed birds. My advice is just watch others feed them and take a short walk on the well marked trail. You will see many other species of beautiful birds. Unfortunately we did not discover the trail until it was too late. The Puffing Billy, a restored steam train, is a delight as it slowly chugs its way to Menzies Creek. Sit on the side closest to the platform for the best views. The optional lunch at Rochford Winery was very delicious, although the dessert was not in proportion to the meal. The last winery, that many said was the best, was my least favourite. It was unorganized and clearly could not accommodate the number of visitors for a tasting at one time. We were handed a glass on entry to small area with a bar and told when we were done tasting our first one to make our way to the bar. It was one big crush of people, some of whom did not understand the concept of courtesy and insisted on not moving away from the bar once they had received a second tasting. My daughter and I got a Syder and sat outdoors to enjoy the day. Perhaps they should have had two areas and split the two groups. Having said all that, we did enjoy the tastings at the other two wineries and the beautiful scenery or the Yarra Valkey and Dandenongs.
Very good driver called Roger, very informative but only 3 stars because 1st stop boring bird place. Devonshire tea strange to have in the morning. 2nd stopThe puffing billy train was quite fun but the Yarra valley wineries disappointing just all about sales. although the last farm tried to tell us a bit moreThe wine tastings were not very professional. Thought we would have been given more information about how they are made more of a view of the wineries.
Fun day that really depends on the bus group you're with. The wineries are kind of mediocre, larger places except for the last one. The train is alright -- kind of a silly, tourist trap. Lunch at the first winery was good and worth the extra 20.