• Admission to Healesville Sanctuary
  • Puffing Billy steam train ride
  • Tractor fruit tasting tour at Rayners Orchard


  • Return economy airfare
  • 1-way transfer from hotel to airport
  • 2 nights accommodation in Yarra Valley
  • 1 night accommodation in Dandenong Ranges
  • 2 nights accommodation in Melbourne
  • 4 days Hertz car rental (Group S) with NeverLost GPS


Day 1 Singapore – Melbourne
Depart Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Melbourne.

Day 2: Melbourne – Yarra Valley
(Drive Time: 1 hr)
Upon arrival, collect your car from the airport and drive towards Yarra Valley. Choose from over 40 winery cellar doors to visit and see why the Yarra Valley sets an international benchmark for premium cool-climate wines. You may have an unforgettable wine tastings and restaurant experience at Tarrawarra Estate, Yering Station, or Train Trak. For a sweet indulgence, don’t miss the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery to sample some handcrafted artisan chocolates.

Day 3: Yarra Valley

After breakfast, you may take flight over the Yarra Valley and its vineyards on a Yarra Valley hot air balloon flight. Thereafter, you may explore the famous Healesville Sanctuary to get close to a wide variety of Australian animals in native bush surroundings.

Day 4: Yarra Valley – Dandenong Ranges
(Drive Time: 1 hr)
This morning, make your way to Woori Yallock in the Yarra Valley and go on a tractor fruit tasting tour through the groves of stone fruit trees with the orchard guide at Rayners Orchard . Later, enjoy driving through quaint village of Olinda and Sassafras before going on Australia’s oldest operating steam train, Puffing Billy, which runs through the scenic Dandenong Ranges.

From 8 Sep – 4 Oct 2016, you may visit The Tulip Farm in Silvan to admire the 120 varieties of colourful tulips at The Tesselaar Tulip Festival.

Day 5: Dandenong Ranges – Melbourne
(Drive Time: 1 hr)
Dive into Port Phillip Bay under the watch of 82 distinctive bathing boxes, a row of instantly recognizable wooden huts lining Brighton Beach. Continue to the St Kilda, the beachside playground that has attracted artists and musicians since its days as a genteel seaside resort to the storied hedonism of the 1970s, or visit St Kilda Esplanade Market. Stop at South Melbourne and visit the South Melbourne Market, where you can find an eclectic mix of food and local products. Later, return your car at Melbourne downtown and check in your hotel.

You may visit St Kilda Esplanade Market on Sundays.
You may visit South Melbourne Market on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays.

Day 6: Melbourne
Today, spend the day at leisure. You may wish to explore the city on the City Circle Tram that provides a free and convenient way to get around central Melbourne. Take your camera out and wander down Flinders Lane to Hosier Lane, scouting out stencils and paste-ups, murals and installations. Discover cafes and bars such as Riverland Bar or Ponyfish Island Bar. Soak up the vibrant riverside atmosphere from Southbank and visit Federation Square, where creative and café culture meet. Cross the river on the historic Princes Bridge and enjoy the spectacular view of the city.

Day 7: Melbourne
If time permits, you can do some last-minute shopping at Harbour Town Melbourne, Australia’s largest outlet shopping centre boasting over 220 stores offering a minimum discount of 30 percent off apparels, footwear, homeware and more. Thereafter, return your car at the airport and catch your flight home.


The above itinerary is a suggested programme only. Refer to the inclusion list on top for actual package inclusions.


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