FAQs

How much are your beer and wine tours?

Our pricing depends on several factors, including the number of guests, dates and duration. Please contact Terry for a free quote.

How long are your private tours?

Our full-day tours typically last 6 hours and allow you to visit up to 5 venues. The duration can be extended for an additional fee.

Where can you pick us up from?

We can pick your group up from anywhere within the Margaret River region, including Busselton, Dunsborough, Augusta and Yallingup.

How many guests can we bring?

We cater for groups of most sizes and can comfortably transport 1 to 13 passengers.

Are your tours available seven days per week?

Yes, we operate seven days per week.

Do you offer guided commentary?

Yes, I hold a current certification from The Wine and Spirit Education Trust, the largest global provider of wine. I have a passion for wine and have lived and worked within the Margaret River region for several years.

Can I select the venues to visit?

Absolutely; our private beer and wine tours are fully customisable. Let us know if you need a hand to select some venues depending on your group’s requirements.

Will lunch be included?

Yes, we can include a lunch stop at your desired venue. The cost is payable directly to the venue, and it’s best to book before your tour date to secure a table/s.

What sort of vehicle do you have?

It is a 2008 Hiace with upgraded seating and a 3k stereo.

Can we play our own music?

Yes, we have a great stereo system that you can connect to; we also have onboard entertainment – karaoke or movies.

What other facilities does your vehicle have?

Upgraded seating, nicely appointed with a touch more padding. We can also provide a fridge at an extra cost, but this does take four seats worth of space.

Do we have to pay for wine tastings?

Yes, you must pay the winery directly for wine tastings. However, most wineries refund your cost for tastings upon purchasing wine to take home.

Can we just turn up at the wineries on the day?

With three or more people in a group, we must book in. The relationship between us and the wineries is pivotal to having a great experience, and booking is essential to maintain this.