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Integrity Tours And Charter

Integrity Tours operate small group, day and half day tours of the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula. Highlights include Cleland Wildlife Park, wine tasting in the McLaren Vale, penguins at Victor Harbor, Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills and spectacular views of Adelaide from the Mount Lofty Summit.

Touring Options

Wine and Wildlife Fleurieu Day Tour – IT03

Departing Adelaide we travel south to McLaren Vale where we visit two wineries for some tasting. McLaren Vale is also the home of the Almond Train where you can purchase anything from almond rock confectionary to almond scented shampoo. Travelling further south to Victor Harbor, we stop off at the Urimbirra Wildlife Park for a chance to feed the kangaroos and koalas. When in Victor Harbor there is time to have a look at the South Australian Whale Centre and Granite Island. Lunch can also be bought while in the township.

. Operates:
. Sunday departing at approximately 0900 to 1830.

. Includes:
. Pick up and return from Glenelg and Adelaide hotels and hostels.
. All mini coach touring and sightseeing.
. Wine tasting.
. Entrance to Signal Point, Urimbirra and the South Australian Whale Centre.
. Sunscreen.
. Bottle of spring water.
. Loan of an umbrella, camera and a roll of film.

. Excludes:
. Lunch, time is available in Victor Harbor to purchase lunch.

. Optional:
. As an alternative to visiting Urimbirra Wildlife Park for an extra AUD8.00 per person plus tour cost you can spend extra time in Goolwa and board the Cockle Train travelling to Victor Harbor.

. Booking restrictions: As some activities are outdoors, suitable clothing and footwear for cold or wet weather may be required on some days.

Hills Explorer Day Tour – IT04

Leaving the city, we head for the hills, first stop being Melba’s Chocolate Factory on the way to Sir Hans Heysen’s home and studio, The Cedars. Then on to Hahndorf to visit the Farm Barn to see a cow being milked and sheep shearing. Hillstowe is a well known Adelaide Hills winery and it’s here that we have the chance to taste some wine and sample some local cheese before heading on to Cleland Wildlife Park to view Australian native animals up close and personal. From here we take the high road up to Mount Lofty Summit for a birds eye view over the city of Adelaide from the highest point in the hills. Returning to the city we make a quick stop at Montefiore Hill where we see what the statue of Colonel William Light is pointing to.

. Operates:
. Monday departing at approximately 0900 to 1800.

Spectacular Hills Experience Day Tour – IT01

Depart Adelaide and head for the hills where our first stop is the Mount Lofty Summit for a breathtaking birds eye view of the city. From here we travel to Hahndorf to sample some wine and cheese on the way to the Beerenberg Strawberry Farm. We have some lunch in Hahndorf before moving on to the Cleland Wildlife Park to view a diverse range of Australian animals. From here we return to Adelaide via the South Eastern Freeway.

. Operates:
. Saturday departing at approximately 0900 to 1630.

City Lights Evening Tour – IT11

Departing from the city we travel to Glenelg where we stop to have a coffee and a few photographs. We then drive around to the HMAS Buffalo replica and head to Windy Point Lookout. After a short stop we head back to the city where we stop for more photograph opportunities at Victoria Square Fountain, North Terrace, River Torrens, St Peter’s Cathedral and Colonel Lights Lookout on Montefiore Hill, finally returning to your hotel. If your accommodation is at Glenelg, the tour commences and finishes in Glenelg with a pick up and drop off at your accommodation.

. Operates:
. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 38 King William Street, Adelaide at approximately 2000 to 2230.

Australian Wildlife Half Day Encounter – IT02

We journey up the South Eastern Freeway to Cleland Wildlife Park to view a variety of native Australian animals including birds, reptiles, kangaroos and have the option of getting a photograph holding a koala. From here we travel up to the highest point in the Adelaide Hills, the Mount Lofty Summit to look over the city of Adelaide. After departing Mount Lofty we head back to Adelaide with a short stop at Montefiore Hill where we will see what Colonel William Light points at from his statue.

. Operates:
. Saturday departing from 38 King William Street, Adelaide at approximately 1445 to 1815.

McLaren Vale Wine Experience Day Tour – IT12

Depart Adelaide city and head to McLaren Vale via Glenelg for wine tasting at five wineries. We also stop at the Almond and Olive Train where we get to taste almonds and olives. Another stop lets us try confectionary at one of the many confectioners in the region such as Medlows or the Chocolate Box. We stop at the Fleurieu Showcase and Dridan Fine Arts to see local art and craft. We stop for lunch and again for a cup of coffee. We return via Port Noarlunga for a look around the beach and jetty to Glenelg and on to Adelaide city.

. Operates:
. Wednesday and Friday, October to May from 38 King William Street, Adelaide at approximately 0900 to 1815.

Fleurieu Penguin Discovery Day Tour – IT07

Travelling from Adelaide, we head south to stop off at two wineries for a touch of wine tasting. Heading further south to Victor Harbor we stay for dinner at the Granite Island Bistro and after, join a guided penguin tour from the Penguin Centre on the island. Settle back and enjoy the night ride back to the lights of Adelaide.

. Operates:
. Thursday departing from 38 King William Street, Adelaide at approximately 1400 to 2200. Tour does not operate between November and March.

McLaren Vale and South Coast Day Tour – IT08

Travelling south of Adelaide we go wine tasting at two wineries in the McLaren Vale. This is also the town in which we find the popular Almond Train. We pay this a visit on the way to Medlow Confectionery. Travelling up the western coastline we reach the Adelaide seaside suburb of Glenelg where we will have time to look around and shop or stroll onto the jetty. To end the tour passengers have the option of travelling back to the city on the tram at their own cost, or we will transfer you back by coach.

. Operates:
. Thursday departing from 38 King William Street, Adelaide at 1400 to 2000. Tour does not operate between April and October.

Pride of the Hills Heritage Day Tour – IT05

From Adelaide we travel directly up to Hahndorf, where you are given free time to explore the township before visiting the home and studio of Sir Hans Heysen for a guided tour. We then take the road up to the summit of the highest point in the Adelaide Hills, Mount Lofty. It’s here that we have the chance to view Adelaide from an amazingly different perspective. Winding our way down the South Eastern Freeway, we arrive back into Adelaide just after lunch.

. Operates:
. Tuesday and Thursday departing at approximately 0900 to 1330.

Cleland Wildlife Park Discovery Day Tour – IT06

Departing from the city of Adelaide, we head straight to the highest point in the Adelaide Hills, Mount Lofty Summit, where we get a birds eye view of Adelaide. Just down the road is Cleland Wildlife Park and this our next stop. Get amongst the animals that make Australia famous all around the world. On the way back into Adelaide we take a look at what Colonel William Light is pointing at from the top of Montefiore Hill.

. Operates:
. Tuesday departing from 38 King William Street, Adelaide at approximately 1400 to 1830.



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