Personally Yours Tours

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Personally Yours Tours specialises in individual, tailor-made, private and personal tours of Brisbane and South-East Queensland. Come and see the real Brisbane where the locals live and play from the comfort of their luxury vehicle. They can accommodate from one to six persons and can tailor make the tour to suit your interests.

Their discreet unmarked vehicle assures your privacy and if required, the tour can start or finish at the airport or cruise ship. Personally Yours Tours has been operating since 1999 and has won numerous industry and business awards.

Larger groups including conference tours can be catered for on request. Each tour has the owners at the helm regardless of size so personal attention is assured. Four samples of the types of tours you can do are listed here. The options are only limited by your imagination. Transfers to and from Brisbane Airport and to the Gold and Sunshine Coasts are possible using their custom luggage trailer.

Personally Yours Tours prefer to give individual quote for each tour, prices listed here are indicative. You may be pleasantly surprised to find that the best is not always the most expensive.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Featuring historic homes and towns, Kooroomba winery and lavender farm and the quaint country town of Boonah.

Departing at the suggested time of 9am, arrive at Boonah in time for morning tea and then enjoy a short walk through this historic village

Bidding farewell to Boonah, you'll head for wine tasting and lunch at the exquisite 'Kooroomba' winery. After lunch you'll head through Kalbar, another country town, before the run back to Brisbane, arriving at approximately 5pm.

Indicative rates

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$150 $600

See the best of the Sunshine Coast in one day with your own private guide. With no fixed itinerary, you can decide on the departure time and also the length of time spent at any destination along the way.

Some highlights of the day include the Glasshouse Mountains, the Blackall Range including Maleny and Montville, and then Noosa Beach. Here, you'll have time for strolling down the famous Hastings Street and find a cafe for lunch. Take a walk in the national park and maybe spot a koala.

Finally, leave Noosa and follow the coastal road with spectacular ocean views and rejoin the freeway at Mooloolaba for the run back to Brisbane.

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$150 $600

Come and see why more than one million people have made Brisbane their home in the last 20 years. The once sleepy 'big country town' is now a thriving modern city with big city sophistication.

Commence with a tour of the history and heritage of the city and then pause for a short walk through Southbank Parklands. Then weave your way through the suburbs and climb to the highest point in Brisbane, Mt Coot-tha with stunning views across the city. Complete the tour by passing some of the best 'Queenslander' homes in the city. The tour takes about four hours.

Also available as full day tour.

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$90 $340

While in Brisbane there is no better place on earth to experience the thrill of unpowered flight than the Fassifern Valley.

Personally Yours Tours in conjunction with the Boonah Gliding Club, is able to offer this amazing experience. Individuals or small groups can be equally catered for. The operation is seven days a week and is weather dependant. Various aircraft are available from vintage to modern fully aerobatic.

After enjoying the flight, head for the warm hospitality of a genuine Queensland country pub not far from the airfield - The 'Dugandan' - for lunch and maybe a cold beer with some of the locals.

Indicative rates

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$440 $880

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The Gap, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
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Manly Harbour Village

Manly, Brisbane Area
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