DURATION5 days / 4 nights


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Min. 30+$880

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We also have 3-day Merimbula and 4-day Merimbula tours available.

We are providing you with an approximated time of the journey for those that are interested and to answer some of the travelling time questions.

Timesheet Sheet

Melbourne – Bairnsdale 3 .8 Hrs 280 km
Bairnsdale 1.25 Hr 78 km
Merimbula 3.6 Hrs 267 km

Merimbula – Bega .35 Hr 30 km
Bega – Bermagui 1.25 Hr 62 km
Bermagui – Tathra 1 Hr 44 km
Tathra – Merimbula .35 Hr 30 km

Merimbula – Eden .35 Hr 30 km
Eden – Merimbula .35 Hr 30 km

Merimbula Boat cruise own expense 0 Hrs Prep

Merimbula – Cann River 2 Hrs 135 km
Cann River – Lakes Entrance 2 Hrs 132 km
Lakes Entrance – Melbourne 4.5 Hrs 328 km
Total Driver Hours is 10 x 5=50 Total 1416 Kms

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Day 1: Melbourne to Merimbula – 6.30am

We depart from Melbourne and travel east along the Princes Hwy passing through Warragul, Moe, Traralgon, Sale and Bairnsdale, where we stop for morning tea.

Afterwards, we then visit St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church. This is one of the most notable landmarks of Bairnsdale, known for its distinctively tall tower and murals on its ceiling and walls. These murals were painted by out of work Italian artist Francesco Floreani during the Great Depression and remain a fascination to this day.

We will continue to travel with a Lunch stop at Lakes Entrance, then onto Cann River, Eden and arriving Merimbula around 5.00 pm before freshening up for dinner.
Dinner will be at Merimbula with a 3-course meal.


Day 2: Merimbula – Bega – Bermagui – Tathra - Merimbula – 8.30 am

After breakfast, we depart our motel at 8.30 am and enjoy a ½ hr town tour around Merimbula before making our way to Bega, which is now well-known for its cheese. Bega Cheese is manufactured by The Bega Co-operative Society Limited, which is one of the largest Australian cheese companies. Their products are exported around the world and distributed across Australia and are available in most supermarkets and general stores. Here you will taste the cheeses that placed this town on the map.

We then travel to Cobargo. This area was settled in the late 1820s when graziers moved stock into the district. Here you will find the people of the town working at their craft in the way they did in the 1820’s. Now we head to the beautiful seaside township of Bermagui where you have 2 hours of free time for lunch (at your own expense) and time to walk the town.

Now we head off to Tathra, which is our last stop for the day before heading back to the motel.
Dinner will be at Merimbula with a 3-course meal.


Day 3: Merimbula – Eden – Merimbula – 8.30 am

After another great breakfast this morning, we travel to the Twofold Bay and the township of Eden. Here we will visit the Killer Whale Museum whose name given to an orca by whalers in the port of Eden on the southeast coast of Australia. Old Tom measured 22 feet and weighed 6 tons. The skull measured 1.02 meters and the teeth measured about 5.31 inches. Old Tom was thought to be the leader of a pod of killer whales who helped the whalers by herding baleen whales into Twofold Bay. The killer whales would help kill the whales; in return, the whalers allowed the killer whales to eat the tongues and the lips of the baleen whales, an agreement known as the Law of the Tongue.

During your lunch break, it’s your chance to purchase Mussels from the wharf (at your own expense) as we give you free time in Eden. After lunch, we depart at 1.00 pm and head to one of the local oyster suppliers. Since the settlement of Merimbula, oyster farming has played an important role in the town’s economy. Merimbula oysters have become famous throughout Australia and the world for their excellent quality and flavour, resulting in many awards for farmers. Oyster farming is Australia’s oldest form of aquaculture, but until now very little information has been available to the public about how oysters are formed. Wheelers Oyster Farm offers the opportunity to discover the complete oyster story with a tour of the state-of-the-art factory and video showing the complete history of oyster farming and the life cycle of oysters.

After enjoying the oysters, we head back to Merimbula, where the rest of the afternoon is free, and you can enjoy a swim in the pool or the beach.
Dinner will be at Merimbula with a 3-course meal.


Day 4: Merimbula

Today after breakfast, we have a free day to look around and do some shopping for our loved ones. Today is a free day for you to enjoy beautiful Merimbula, by taking a relaxing walk around the lake on the scenic boardwalk, feel free to do some fishing on a fishing charters boat or many guests choose to take an optional scenic flight taking in the stunning view of the Area.

Tonight we freshen up for dinner and enjoy the company on our farewell dinner.
Dinner will be at Merimbula with a 3-course meal.


Day 5: Merimbula – Melbourne – 8.00 am

All good things must come to an end and after breakfast we farewell Merimbula and start our journey home. We stop for morning tea at Cann River and then for lunch at Lakes Entrance at own expense and arriving home approximately 6pm.

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4 Nights Accommodation
4 Dinners
4 Breakfasts

Entrance fee at own costs