National Trust Way Holiday Tours
Explore the histories and cultures of faraway lands in comfort and style. Enjoy wonderful scenery, foods and wines with our experienced National Trust guides, and make new friends in our small groups of people who share your own interests and love of travel. By taking our tours you are supporting the National Trust – and heritage everywhere.
20-27 March 2017
A repeat of one of our popular, exclusive National Trust tours. Rich in history, Norfolk Island is breathtakingly beautiful with plenty to enjoy, including wonderful food. Twice used as a penal colony known for its harsh treatment of convicts, it became home of the descendants of the Bounty Mutineers, allowed to relocate from Pitcairn by Queen Victoria. The original township of Kingston, a World Heritage Site, includes restored Georgian buildings. Accommodation in the prestigious Governor’s Lodge Resort.
Tour Leader: Lorraine Collins – 0439 947 479 | Bookings/enquiries: David Smith, Travel on Capri – 1800 679 066 | Tour is restricted to a maximum of 15 people.
3 July – 17 July 2017
Southern Ireland, the land of leprechauns and faeries, history poetry and song, of lush green fields and rolling hills. This tour is a magical blend of Celtic mythology, some of the most beautiful gardens and wildflowers you will ever see, breathtaking scenery, and a chance to take home wonderful mementos with plenty of opportunities to stop, shop and enjoy.
Tour Leader: Lorraine Collins – 0439 947 479 | Bookings/enquiries: David Smith, Travel on Capri – 1800 679 066
Western Australia is famed for its wildflowers, one of Australia’s most fascinating natural treasures. Thousands of species, many of which are unique to WA, bloom for many months of the year across the south west of the State.
Tour Leader : Jill Bunning – 0439 321 164 Enquiries: David Smith, Travel on Capri – 1800 679 066
National Trust Short Tours & Day Tours
D’Arcy Cheesewright is once again offering to escort ‘Western Islanders’ to New Zealand’s North Island Art Deco capital of the world in 2017.
Tuesday 14 – Monday 20 February 2017