This tour operates as a public day tour but can also be arranged as a private charter for your own group.
The tour departs the Central Coast at 8:30 am after morning pick ups.
Morning pick ups commence at 7-7:30am.
Ticket price includes home pick up bus transport service, morning tea, wine tasting
Departing the Central Coast at approximately 8:30am, the coach will travel the Old Convict Trail, which is the name for the convict built Great North Road, the surrounding land and historic buildings. The Great North Road is a 240 km convict built masterpiece constructed between 1826 an 1836 to provide an overland route from Sydney to Newcastle and the Hunter Valley. It was and remains an extraordinary feat of engineering as it traverses sandstone gorges, razorback ridges and towering passes. Much of the original convict built road remains in use today although a lot of the original surface is well buried under bitumen. Convict built remains such as stone retaining walls, pick dressed cuttings, culverts, bridges and stone cut drains can be seen when driving along the road or when walking in Dharug and Yengo National Parks.historical Settlers Route through the towns of Somersby , Kulnura , Buckety , Laguna through to Wollombi
Morning Tea - Mangrove Creek Dam - provided by Connect Coaches (tea, coffee, homemade slices/cakes)
Laguna &/or Wollombi - a short break to look at the shops
Pokolbin Estate (or another vineyard) for a group tasting & Pokolbin Olive & Gourmet Food Centre
Hunter Valley Gardens Village (passengers to purchase or bring your own lunch & we can keep it cool in our icebox)
McGuigan Wines & Hunter Valley Cheese Co. OR Roche Estate & the Hunter Valley Smelly Cheese Shop
Pokolbin Chocolate & Jam Company
We will depart the vineyards at approximately 4:00pm & plan to arrive back on the Central Coast by 5:30pm
Please Note: Tickets must be purchased before date of tour. Tour requires a minimum of 8 people to proceed.
||Friday 13th March 2020
||On specific dates
||02 4325 4053
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