For ecotourism seekers, the Country Charm™ Discovery Tour is an eco-certified, self-drive tour of the beautiful Scenic Rim region of South-East Queensland, part of one of Australia's exciting National Landscapes - the 'Green Cauldron'. The discovery tour can commence in Brisbane or the Gold Coast. The eco tour itinerary includes a variety of wonderful experiences featuring visits to national parks, with specialised interpretation of the flora, fauna and landscapes (including a vineyard tour), as well as a tour of a fascinating heritage site. High quality accommodation at award-winning, advanced ecotourism resorts (Mt Barney Lodge and Binna Burra Skye Lodge) and all meals are also included in one of two packages.
Details of the tour itinerary are included in supplied maps and 'easy to follow' navigation instructions for the entire journey, including Everythere smartphone based guidance. For travellers requiring a rental vehicle, special rates have been negotiated with Avis Australia. The assigned exclusive travel agency, Wye and James Travel Associates can also arrange all travel requirements to and from Brisbane or the Gold Coast.
Documentation in Mandarin language available for Chinese travellers.
Enjoy the beautiful mountains within Australia's Green Cauldron National Landscape on the door-step of the Gold Coast. Country Charm Discovery Tours are self-drive with a customised itinerary provided, including visits to natural areas with ecological interpretation of this magnificent setting, wildlife encounter experiences, a vineyard and a heritage destination.
Three or Four Day self-drive tour packages offer an exciting itinerary with 'Everythere' smartphone guidance and which links a variety of natural and cultural heritage experiences within world-heritage listed national parks, including quality accommodation and all meals at advanced ecotourism resorts. Documentation available in mandarin for Chinese travellers.
Three Day/Two Nights Tour: Accommodation (four star) at the Advanced Ecotourism Mt Barney resort located next to World Heritage-listed Mt Barney National Park near Rathdowney.