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Australia Food & Wine Tour

  • Victoria's Yarra Valley is renown for their cool climate wines
  • The Adelaide Central Market is one of the largest fresh produce markets in the Southern Hemisphere
  • The Hunter Valley is Australia's oldest wine growing region
  • Australian cuisine is based on quality and freshness

Trip Highlights

  • Explore five distinctive wine regions and spend days at leisurely tasting sessions at both boutique cellar doors and internationally recognized wineries.
  • Unearth an abundance of fabulous local hangouts, eating and drinking in a selection of popular local pubs and restaurants along the way.
  • Connect with local producers, offering food and wine experiences, highlighting products, and demonstrating the importance of local foods to the community and the economy.
  • Allow yourself to be enchanted by Australia’s second-largest city of Melbourne, where the food is just as staisfying as the friendly locals.
  • Puffing Billy Steam Train - travel in first class, being served the finest food and wine in a well-appointed dining carriage.
Day 1

Arrive Sydney

G’day! Welcome to Down Under!

You will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Enjoy a delicious Welcome Dinner, the ultimate steakhouse experience set in one of the most iconic location. With unparalleled views of the Opera House.

Meal Plan Dinner
Duration3 Nights
Day 2


Immerse yourself in a culinary disovery of Sydney’s evolution as you walk along the cobble stones of the historic Rocks precinct to the strikingly, vibrant and most contemporary neighbourhood of Barrangaroo.

In 3 hours you will not only gain a wealth of historical knowledge, you will also unearth an abundance of fabulous local hangouts, eating and drinking in a selection of popular local pubs and restaurants along the way PLUS there is gelato fo finish!

Tonight, enjoy your dinner at Bondi Icebergs. Gracing the cliffs of South Bondi, embracing the panoramic views of the world's most iconic beach, lays a unique Australian dining experience.


  • 3 hour Rocks to Barrangaroo Walking tour
  • Afternoon City Sights
  • 3 courser dinner at Bondi Iceberg 
Meal Plan Breakfast and Dinner
Day 3

Hunter Valley

Escape to flourishing wine country, where world famous wineries, acclaimed restaurants, local produce and luxurious hideaways await.

Visit cellar doors and taste wines made from iconic and emerging grape varieties. Learn more about the valley’s unique nature and gain a deeper understanding of winemaking from vineyard to bottle.


  • Hunter Valley Cheese & Olive Tasting
  • Wine Tasting at 3 Wineries
  • 3 course lunch with wine matching 
Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 4

Sydney to Adelaide

You are invited to tour South Australia’s culinary icon established in 1869, the Adelaide Central Market.

Taste a delicious selection of foods from South Australia artisan food producers, meet the suppliers, Stallholders and producers whose families have traded the Market for generation. After the tour, settle in for a delicious Market café lunch and watch the world go by…


  • Adelaide Central Market – Delicous Lunch Tour
Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Duration3 Nights
Day 5

McLaren Vale

Your journey will show case this spectacular wine area, with rolling hills and vineyards to the beautiful coastline of the Fleurieu Peninsular with its glistening visas of Gulf St Vincent and pristine beaches on our way to McLaren Vale wine region. McLaren Vale is best known for Shiraz, however the region also excels in Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as Spanish and Italian varieties such as Fiano, Vermentino, Tempranillo, Mouvedre, Nero d’Avola & Sangiovese.

Relax and soak up the atmosphere at four amazing wineries in McLaren Vale, each one steeped in a rich history with knowledgeable & friendly staff, happy to guide you through each wine tasting experience. 


  • Wine Tasting at 3 local Wineries
  • D’Arenberg – Blending Bench Experience & Degustation Lunch
Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 6

Barossa Valley

World renowned and utterly unmistakable, the Barossa is Australia's premier wine region. The history dates back to 1843 when founded by German settlers. Today, it is a must-see destination on any wine lovers list.

Visit boutique wineries; sample the region’s famous Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro wines.

Join an Indigenous Cultural tour. This tour closes with a tasting plate of native food, Barossa wine, and a delicious Indigenous lunch…


  • 2 to 3 Wine Tasting sessions at local Wineries
  • Lyndoch Hill – Ngadjuri Tour & Tasting / Native Inspired Feed Me Experience with Matching Beverage
  • Barossa Valley Cheese Company – Cheese & Tea Master Class ** maximum 20 guests **
Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Day 7

Adelaide to Melbourne to Mornington Peninsula

Upon arrival in Melbourne, head south to Mornington Peninsula, where we will reveal the region with the most delicious secrets.

As you explore the tree-lined back roads or scenic coastal drive, it is here you will discover handpicked, hand caught and handmade delights of farmgates and wineries.


  • Red Hill Estate – Wine Tasting
  • Pure Peninsula Honey – Talk & Tasting
  • Red Hill Truffle (seasonal-winter) – Hunt & Tasting
  • Cherry Farm (seasonal-summer)– Pick your own
  • Green Olive at Red Hill – The Farmer’s Lunch
  • Mornington Peninsula Brewery – Backstage Tour & Tasting
Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Duration1 Night
Day 8

Mornington Peninsula to Yarra Valley via Mt. Dandenong

Visit a local farm before we head up to Dandenong Ranges, the cool, Green lungs of Melbourne.

Relax and unwind with a majestic three-hour steam train journey as you take in the scenic vista of the Dandenong Ranges.
A delicious three-course lunch is served onboard.

Reboard your coach for leisurly 40-minute drive, to arrive back in the Yarra Valley and enjoy the evening at your leisure.

** Puffing Billy Train & Lunch available Friday & Saturdays only – subject to change **


  • Puffing Billy & Lunch (Beverage not included)
Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Duration1 Night
Day 9

Yarra Valley to Melbourne

The Yarra Valley became Victoria’s first wine region when Yering Station planted its first grapevines, back in 1838. Although wineries have since proliferated across regional Victoria, the Yarra Valley - with its world-renowned cool-climate cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and sparkling wine - remains a vital part of Australia’s wine discussion.


  • Wine Tasting at 3 local wineries & Traditional High Tea at Chateau Yering
Meal Plan Breakfast and Lunch
Duration2 Nights
Day 10


Melbourne has become famous all over the world over for the café culture scene. The city streets are abuzz with endless cafes and restaurants. Diverting from the main drag of coffee lined laneways, the Café Cultural walk takes you on a tour of Melbourne’s hidden food and café scene. Enjoy meeting some unique businesses who are passionate about tea, coffee and food. Discover places you would never have found on your own and get a real taste of Melbourne’s unique flavour.

Tonight, towering 300 metres above sea level, enjo breathtaking views of Melbourne whilst indulging in the chefs tasting menus curated by award-wining Executive Chef, Renee Martilano.


  • Secret Laneway Café Culture Walk – Including Café Lunch & non-alcoholic beverage
  • Eureka 89 – Farewell Dinner
Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 11

Melbourne departure

Sadly, today marks the end of your Foodie Tour. 

Meal Plan Breakfast

Tour Inclusions:

  • 10 nights' Accommodations (4-5star)
  • Return private Airport Transers
  • Local Guide services for Airport arrivals & tours on day 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8 & dinner assistance on day 10
  • Tours & Activities as mentioned
  • Tasting Experiences & Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (beverages at guests own expense)
  • Meals – daily breakfast, 8 x lunches & 3 x dinners

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