Hawkesbury Explorer Heritage Tour

 

                         

Come & explore the Hawkesbury with Connect Coaches. We pick up our guide in Windsor who will then take us on a comprehensive tour of some of the historic sites in the area, including: 

The Hawkesbury Regional Museum - this is located in one of our country's oldest settlements - the third on mainland Australia after Sydney and Parramatta. The Museum is made up of a purpose-built building and historic Howe House. This Georgian house has been fitted out with furnishings and displays that reflect its many uses over more than 200 years of history. 

Tizzana Winery - this vineyard offers a touch of Tuscany on the banks of the Hawkesbury River. It has much to offer visitors to the Windsor region. You will have the opportunity to sit down & listen to the owners talk about the history of the vineyard & taste some of their wines. 

Ebenezer Church -  built in 1809 & overlooking the banks of the Hawkesbury River, it is the oldest existing church in Australia. It became the first Presbyterian Church in Australia in 1824 and is now a member of the Uniting Church in Australia. The Schoolmaster's House contains photographs and memorabilia on Ebenezer Church's interesting history.

You will have time to purchase lunch in the town of Windsor (or bring your own from home to enjoy).

Venue: Hawkesbury Shire
Repeats: On specific dates
Phone Enquiries: 02 4325 4053
Email Enquiries: admin@connectcoaches.com.au
Cost Includes: Return transfer from the Central Coast, morning tea, tour guide fee, museum entry & wine tasting
*Itinerary:

7 - 8am Home pick-up service

9am: Morning tea at Cumberland State Forest (please note; if we are held up due to heavy traffic on the M1/Pennant Hills Rd etc., we will serve morning tea onboard the coach)

10:30am: Arrive in the Hawkesbury area & visit Tizzana Vineyard, Ebenezer Church & the Schoolmaster's House. Purchase lunch at one of the cafes (not included in price) or bring your own & sit down by the river to enjoy

After lunch: Visit the Hawkesbury Regional Museum then head back to the Coast.

5 - 5:30pm: Arrive back on the Central Coast & commence home drop-offs

 

*Times are approximations only. Please note; this is one of our longer day tours.

Morning Tea: Supplied by Connect Coaches - tea, coffee, homemade slices/cakes
Lunch:

 

We will stop for lunch in Windsor where you'll have an opportunity to browse the local shops and purchase lunch at one of the cafes. Alternatively, you might prefer to bring lunch from home & we can store it in one of our iceboxes until required.

Home Pick Up Area:

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Disclaimer:

Tickets must be purchased & paid for before the day of the tour. 

This tour requires a minimum of 20 people to go ahead. If this event is cancelled by Connect Coaches, money will be refunded to those who have purchased tickets.

Term & Conditions: By purchasing a ticket, you are accepting our Terms & Conditions, so please take the time to read through them.

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