KumaLong Tours brings together locals and visitors, offering four unique one day mini bus tours for up to 10 people.
Places you may have heard of, wanted to visit or never knew existed. Appreciate the Macleay Valley at its finest, an abundance of history, culture, intrigue and beauty.
Tour options include:
- Dust and Country
Dust and Country is so much more! You will experience tap dancing, eating world famous scones with Davidson plum jam and dollop cream, tasting the beers at Bucket Brewery, imagine trying a hat on at Akubra, a scrumptious beautiful baked dinner at Bellbrook pub for lunch, a walk around Bellbrook of noted historical sites or see the Slim Dusty Homestead and listen to a Star is born CD on the lazy drive home.
- Bling and Swim
Bling and Swim showcases the Macleay River at Frederickton, an 1837 timber logging and ship building settlement where we stop for morning tea. We then travel northeast to Gladstone for a bit of BLING shopping and lunch also on the Macleay River, formerly known as Darkwater and marked as a village reserve in 1859. Then we head east to Hat Head to Korogoro Creek, a haven for lovers of the Australian sand and sea.
- Lands and Dreamtime
The Land and Dreamtime Tour is so much more. South Kempsey Tourist Information Centre, DNAAG Dunghutti-Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery and the Kempsey Historical Museum, all housed in the Val Melville Centre by architect Glenn Marcus Murcutt AO winner of the Alvar Aalto Medal, Pritzer Prize and the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal, Australia’s most famous architect.
- Freshwater Saltwater
Tours depart from Kempsey Visitor Information Centre 9:30am sharp (so please arrive at 9am) finishing at approximately 4pm. Contact info@kumaLongTours.com.au or call 0413 308 643 for scheduled departure dates.
Cost per person per tour is $77 which includes meal package, tour and entry fees.
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