Experience the difference with Toowoomba's coach tour group

AUSTRALIAN Getaway Tours is a Charter and Tour Coach Company operating from Toowoomba..

It is a privately owned coach company with no connection to other operators.

Some of their points of difference are:

When they say they are going, they go.

They stay at quality motels.

When there is a menu where we eat, everyone orders what they want for a meal, no alternate drops.

Every meal, advertised attraction, all travel, and transfers are included in your ticket price.

24 is the maximum number of people on tours.

By keeping the numbers to this they have great interaction with all on the tour, everyone sees more, hears more, does more, and overall makes for a tour that everyone can participate in.

They don't just drive past, they stop hop out and enjoy.

Their coach has 29 reclining high back seat belted seats with foot rests, large tinted windows for easy viewing, air conditioned, TV and audio, wall to wall carpet and restroom equipped. Airbag suspension for that smooth ride.

Please contact them for a flyer of major attractions each year, and a fridge magnet for your fridge and one for a friend.

For further details on any tour please go to their website or contact them and they will forward them to you.

The company has introduced a new tour to their inventory - Carnarvon Gorge.

This tour includes a helicopter ride over the gorge, guided bush walk and a sunset afternoon at a nearby station.

Note, as there is a maximum number of 24 people on a tour the trips do fill fast.

To find out more, phone Captain Ken and crew on 4696 1857 or 1800 009 092, visit www.getawaytours.com.au or email admin@getaway tours.com.au.

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