Have you had that winter holiday up north cancelled due to border closures?
Why not get a group together for a day out into one of Victoria’s wine regions instead!
It’s been a tough time for all hospitality and tourism businesses in Victoria, so what better way to help them than by heading out and having a glass of Savvy b on the Bellarine, a Pinot in the Yarra Valley or a Pale Ale down on the Mornington Peninsula – the list goes on.
The wineries, breweries and distilleries of Victoria know how to do winter incredibly well, with their open fire places, gorgeous views and cosy couches. You can also snap yourself amongst the vines in your finest scarf, beanie and jacket combo.
Although we are stoked to be back on the road, touring will look a little different while we manage these new rules. Here are some of the parameters we need to operate in until restrictions ease further.
Buses can be filled to capacity
As of August 4th, there is no longer a limit of people per vehicle on tour transport and as previously, no density requirement for tour transport. That’s right, no more hard choices or hurt feelings about who comes along.
All our vehicles have a QR code on board for government check-in as well as the venues we visit on the day. We got you covered.
Think of the bus as a train or tram. It’s the same rules so masks on whilst in the bus. Make them stylish.
Must be seated at venues
Once at the venues, all guests must be seated for service.
You get your drinks delivered to you, sweet!
Unfortunately, dancefloors are not permitted at this time but there is nothing stopping you busting a move amongst the vines. Make sure you Instagram that.
Get in touch with us and we can get cracking on making your day out happen!
If you are planning on waiting a little longer for further eased restrictions, no problems!
We can get organising on this too as the government measures are should only be short term.