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Zoofari Lodge, Dubbo NSW

Zoofari Lodge, Dubbo NSW

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst NSW

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum

Itinerary

Day 1: Sydney – Mt. Tomah – Bathurst (180 km)

Depart from Sydney to Mt. Tomah, located 40km west of Richmond, one the Bells Line of Road.
Visit to the Blue Mountain Botanic Garden established in 1972, is the highest botanic garden in Australia, its peak is 1016 meters above sea level, stroll through rainforest, enjoy the panoramic views.

Continue your drive to Bathurst, Australia’s oldest inland city and where gold was first discovered in 1823.
Visit the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, houses some of the oldest fossils of life on earth, fossilised dinosaur eggs and a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton.

In Bathurst, walk along leafy streets and admire heritages architecture, visit the Bathurst Regional Art Galley and Chifley Home, the home of former prime minister Ben Chifley. Enjoy cellar doors such as Vale Creek Wines, and savour local produce at restaurants and the Bathurst Farmers Market.

Stay overnight In Bathurst.

Mount Panorama Racing Circuit, Bathurst

Day 2: Bathurst – Dubbo Zoo (200km) (Breakfast, Dinner)

After the breakfast, visit to the National Motor Racing Museum, located alongside the world-famous racing circuit, Mount Panorama; While Mount Panorama and the Bathurst 1000 is at the heart of its displays, the museum looks across the spectrum of Australian Motor Racing.

Continue your drive to Taronga Western Plains Dubbo Zoo, home to hundreds of rare and endangered animals including giraffes, rhinos, elephants and big cats.

Upon arrival into the zoo, check into your African-style Zoofari lodge, is situated on the edge of a vast savannah where giraffes, zebras and rhinos roam.

Excusive guided tours with Zoo guide and bicycle hire also provided for you to explore the zoo.

Enjoy African-inspired Banquets Dinner.

Mt Victoria, Blue Mountains NSW

Day 3: Dubbo – Mudgee – Sydney (380km) (Breakfast)

Enjoy a breakfast overlook giraffes, zebras and elands, continue your time in the zoo before head back to Sydney.

Stop at Mudgee for a lunch, Mudgee is a world-famous wine-growing region and the perfect mid-way point, you can also buy some local produce wine to bring home.

Then continue your drive to blue mountain, have an afternoon tea at Mt. Victoria or Leura before reach Sydney in the evening.

Package cost: from $480 per person

Package included:
1. One-night accommodation with breakfast twin share in Bathurst
2. One -night accommodation twin share at Animal- View Zoofari Lodge Dubbo Zoo
3. Two-day Taronga Western Plains Zoo entry and exclusive tours, bike hire
4. African inspired banquet dinner and breakfast in the Zoo.

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