Canberra Day Tours operate the Red Explorer Bus for hop on hop off sightseeing around the nation’s capital.
They also run tours to the region’s popular wineries and customised group tours.
John Williams has been running tours in the Canberra region since 2002. Contact his team for your sightseeing journey.
Visit many of Canberra’s attractions and drive past embassies with a commentary on the Red Explorer Bus. This hop on hop off bus leaves the city centre daily at 9.30 am, 11 am, 12.30 pm, 2 pm and 3.30 pm from Bus Stop #11, at 59 Northbourne Ave, outside Student Flights Travel Centre.
Tickets sold at the Canberra Visitors Centre and on the bus.
Stops include the Canberra and Region Visitors Centre, City Centre, Australian War Memorial, National Library of Australia, Questacon –
The National Science and Technology Centre, National Portrait Gallery, National Gallery of Australia, High Court of Australia, the Mint, Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, Parliament House and the National Museum of Australia.
Check their website for a full timetable.
Canberra Day Tours run Wine Tours to the region’s cool climate wineries. The tranquil rural countryside around the ACT is home to 140 vineyards with more than 33 wineries within 35 minutes of Canberra. Let Canberra Day Tours take you to some of the small, intimate wineries for an original interactive visitor experience.
Grapes have been grown and wine made in the Canberra District since the 1840s. Taste the history for yourself.
Call now to enquire.