Fun Over Fifty – Southern Great Barrier Reef Tour launched
Posted on May 12th, 2020
Are you fabulously over fifty and ready to take the trip of a lifetime to experience the Southern Great Barrier Reef?
Fun Over Fifty has launched the first of 13 new tours for 2021, starting with a 9-day tour which weaves an unforgettable adventure through Rockhampton, Capricorn Coast, Heron Island, Seventeen Seventy and Childers, departing Brisbane on 17th July 2021.
Designed for the 50 plus market of holiday makers, Fun Over Fifty is a family owned company, working passionately to showcase Queensland to the world.
Offering ‘Gold Class’ coach and rail tours, Fun Over Fifty welcomes 15-35 guests on each tour taking part in entertainment, exceptional experiences hosted by expert guides, delicious food, and the ever-present support of a friendly and professional on-board crew.
After arriving in the Beef Capital on board the Tilt Train from Brisbane, guests will spend the night at Kortes Resort before discovering the brilliant limestone caverns at the Capricorn Caves. Following this amazing guided tour, a Luxury coach will transport holidaymakers to the Capricorn Coast where you will have the opportunity to let loose with some fun and laughter over lunch with a show at Footlights Theatre Restaurant.
With plenty of time to relax and take in the magical scenery, guests will enjoy beachfront accommodation at Salt, Yeppoon for three nights. During the day, you will cruise through the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park on board Freedom Fast Cat’s glass bottom boat before spending some time on Great Keppel Island, enjoying a bite to eat overlooking the pristine waters of Keppel Bay.
Before heading on to enjoy two nights stay at Heron Island and then many highlights of Agnes Water and Town of 1770 on board the amphibious LARC eco tour, guests will spend their final day on the Capricorn Coast with a scenic loop drive tour incorporating a High Valley Dawn Permaculture ‘Paddock to Plate’ tour, 13 beautiful beaches, and iconic Singing Ship and ANZAC Memorial at Emu Park.