We’re Australia’s first specialist family tour company, which means that if you are travelling with families then our family tours are the best solution for you.
We can help you get the most out of your time here and enable you to see all that our beautiful city and surrounds has to offer.
Don’t be restricted in where you can go because you have little ones in tow. We have created a range of tours with kids (and parents!) in mind. We’ve also tailored our day tours to ensure little travellers can last the distance, with appropriate stops along the way to stretch their little legs.
All you need to do is book your tour and turn up. Everything else will be organised for you, from professionally fitted child restraints, bottle warmers, baby carriers to strollers and toys. We will have everything you need on board, and it is at no additional cost to you. We even bring out the cricket set on our wine tours to make sure the kids are entertained while the parents make their way through Victoria’s best wine.
We can even run Peppa Pig on repeat in the car if that’s what you need to maximise tour enjoyment for the family!
You will see Melbourne and Victoria in all its glory and discover some of Australia’s finest off the beaten track. Koala spotting, feeding the cockatoos, parrots and rosellas, witnessing the penguin parade, taking a ride on Puffing Billy, kids will love a day out on all of our family-friendly day trips.
What could be more Australian than surf beaches and coastlines, cuddly koalas and sipping fine wines? On this tour (which you won’t find elsewhere!) we will visit beautiful and famous beaches as we cruise along the world renowned Great Ocean Road. Travelling in a luxury vehicle with reclining leather seats, air conditioned comfort and panoramic windows, […]
The Yarra Valley and Dandenongs are known for exceptional food and wine and are top destinations for food lovers visiting Victoria. This region is also know for being the most family-friendly of them all with an array of family-friendly wineries and plenty of activities to keep little travellers entertained, including a visit to the Yarra […]
Best known for its offering to foodies and wine lovers, the Yarra Valley is remarkably kid friendly. While parents are enjoying a wine tasting, little ones can run around to their hearts’ content at the wineries. Flexible itineraries to this region can include visiting the chocolate factory, playing boules and visiting one of the country’s best native wildlife sanctuaries.
This tour is great for any age traveler with lots of stops off the beaten track to see Australia’s native wildlife, such as kangaroos, cockatoos, parrots and rosellas. Perfect for kids that want to play on the beach, walk through an enchanting rainforest, hear stories of shipwrecks and mariner’s tales and wonder at the best nature has to offer.
There are so many options for travellers of every age in this region, including mystical mazes for kids to enjoy, wineries, the Mornington Hot Springs, strawberry picking, horse riding on the beach, lunch overlooking Port Phillip Bay, swimming with wild seals and dolphins or perhaps visiting an old fort or lighthouse.
Explore Phillip Island in all of its glory. This tour is great for little travelers and adults alike. Pet kangaroos, learn to throw a boomerany or crack a whip, enjoy a game of pirate based mini golf, watch the true Aussie practice of sheep shearing, walk through koala inhabited trees, and spot seals and wallabies. After all this there is still the main event – the nightly parade of the beautiful little penguins. A fantastic spectacle of nature if there ever was one.
Ride Puffing Billy and explore the Dandenongs. This is a great tour for the whole family including feeding the wild cockatoos and rosellas, a ride through the hills on one the world’s greatest reconditioned steam trains (dangling legs outside of carriages is compulsory!) and a delicious cream tea in Sassafrass.
See what makes one of the world’s great cities tick. Take in the outstanding architecture, including Australia’s oldest building, hear stories of opulence and visit beautiful gardens. Why not go for a spin on the Formula 1 track and top it off with an ice cream or cake in one of the amazing cake shops in St Kilda?