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Adelaide: Segway Tour along the Glenelg Foreshore

1. Adelaide: Segway Tour along the Glenelg Foreshore

Turn heads as you glide past Glenelg's many beautiful sights and attractions on your 60-minute segway tour. After learning the basics at Moseley Square, head off on a picturesque 6-kilometer river trail. Take in major attractions such as Glenelg Jetty, Patawalonga Creek, Boat Docks and Boat Marina. At the end of your unique adventure, be rewarded by the crystal clear waters and golden sands of Glenelg Beach. Enjoy some free time to ride on the sand and soak up the relaxed ambiance of this unique location. Have your photo taken by your guide for a special memory of your day.

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Barossa Valley: 1-Hour Segway Winery Tour

2. Barossa Valley: 1-Hour Segway Winery Tour

Get kitted up with your headpiece, safety vest, and helmet and sit down for some training. Start your tour and head into the beautiful and historical Seppeltsfield Estate, passing many iconic 18th-century buildings. Rely on your guide to tell you about these places.  Move on to an exclusive part of the winery, closed to the public. Head out into the vineyard and travel among the vines, sharing an experience rarely allowed in any winery or vineyard. Travel up the steep slope to the top of the hill, passing the 100-year-old bush vines. Once at the top of the hill, marvel at the amazing 360-degree views of the Barossa Valley as you spot Kangaroos lazing among the vines. Head out to an open area for some free time, get a feel for the Segway, and capture some nice photos and videos. Finally, head back past the beautiful vines and many historical buildings on your return.

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Limestone Oceans to Mountains: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

3. Limestone Oceans to Mountains: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

Day 1: Melbourne to The 12 Apostles Start your 3-day adventure by departing from the cosmopolitan Melbourne. First up is one of the world’s great drives - the Great Ocean Road. You will pass by legendary surf spots and stop to check out some Koalas in the wild. Stop in the quaint seaside village to explore and wander through an ancient rainforest. During your trip, you will also get the chance to stop for a bite to eat for lunch. In the afternoon you will see the awe-inspiring Twelve Apostles limestone formation and Loch Ard Gorge. Rest in the evening in your apartment accommodation in the seaside town of Warrnambool included.  Day 2: Warrnambool to the Grampians National Park Start your day by exploring Tower Hill at an extinct volcano crater teaming with native wildlife. Enjoy a guided walk and spot Emu's and Kangaroos, you'll also have time to enjoy a delicious spot of breakfast. Next, travel deep into the Grampians National Park and visit Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the history of this ancient land and its people. You will then tour on to some of the Grampians spectacular lookouts and check Mackenzie Falls (Sliverband falls will be used when Mackenzie Falls is closed). To end your adventurous day you will get to enjoy a traditional Aussie BBQ dinner plus comfortable accommodation in the town of Halls Gap. Day 3: Grampians National Park to Melbourne or Adelaide Start your day with a delicious breakfast, plenty of fuel for the action ahead! On the final day of your tour, you will get to spend some more time in the Grampians and will head out on a spectacular walk through the region where you will see some stunning views of the National Park. Later that day you will travel on to Melbourne or Adelaide where you will arrive in the early evening.

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Adelaide Self-Guided Audio Tour

4. Adelaide Self-Guided Audio Tour

Download a vibrant MP3 self-guided audio tour combined with a fully detailed map of the area of your tour. Immerse yourself in the culturally rich and stunning city of Adelaide, home to many festivals, amazing architecture and some of the best food and drink in Australia! This audio tour will tell you about its history starting in 1836, and share stories of its first native inhabitants. Walking through this central city, you’ll be amazed by the pristine beaches, it's Central Market and it's vibrant Festival Centre. You will also see Rundle Mall, the Victoria Square Tarndanyangga, St Francis Xavier Cathedral, the South Australian Museum, the Migration Museum, the Parliament House, St Peter's Cathedral and the Light's Vision.

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From Melbourne: Great Ocean Road & Grampians 2-Day Tour

5. From Melbourne: Great Ocean Road & Grampians 2-Day Tour

Discover the glorious beaches and charming coastal towns along the winding cliff-side of the Great Ocean Road. Take in stunning panoramic views that are being revealed around every corner. Enjoy the iconic photo opportunity at the Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch at Eastern View before surrounding yourself in the tranquil beauty of the Otway Ranges’ cool temperate rainforest. Take in the dramatic rock formations of the Port Campbell National Park, including the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and London Bridge. Hear the tale of the Loch Ard shipwreck from which this remarkable gorge takes it name. Stay overnight in the heart of the Grampians before waking up to a nature-lovers dream. Spend the next day enjoying multiple walking tracks to visit dramatic rock escarpments and abundant wildlife. Experience the amazing views from Boroka and Reid’s Lookouts for yourself, and descend to the bottom of Victoria’s biggest waterfall, the majestic MacKenzies Falls. Next, enjoy a luxury coach transfer through to Adelaide, a city filled with culture and fun, arriving at approximately 7:00 PM.

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What people are saying about Adelaide

From training to use the segway to doing the tour with our awesome guide, I just can't explain in words how good it was. Riding along the beach and learning new tricks (titanic, donuts, snakies etc) was fantastic. If I was staying in Adelaide longer I would have done it again.

Such an awesome way to learn more about a part of Adelaide I knew little about. The instruction from the guides was first class! All I can say is, go for it!

The staff were welcoming, kind and friendly it was very enjoyable. Wish it went for longer

Great fun, and much easier than I expected. Highly recommended.

Awesome. Super easy even for those who think they can’t