Our Team

We have run our business for years. By now, our fleet have several 8 seats Mercedes V class vehicle and 12 seats vehicle.

Our team has a total of 15 full-time drivers with unified latest Mercedes-benz vehicle. All vehicles equipped with GPS system. Once vehicle arrived your home, the system will automatically send approaching time to company system. There are ten part-time drivers, also with good vehicle condition. Drivers with an average age of 35, have many years Australian driving experience, familiar with the route.

Our Price

We are the only company that plain code marks a price of Melbourne, and still keep as a few years ago. Customers have been increased rapidly in the recent years, actually our returned customers also introduce new customers. During the peak season, we still remain same price for everybody. We have been expand the scale of team, to meet customer demand. We will try our best to do the labor of duty, also please don’t bargain, offer no space reserved to bargain.

* Free flight delays, etc.

* Safety seat provided free of charge.

* Free mineral water.

* Free wifi (limited to browse the web, WeChat, qq)

* pay as he got off the bus, do not need to prepaid.

* Offer is the final price, there won’t be any additional costs.

Booking And Cancelation

1. Booking

During peak airport transportation seasons, vehicles are  often not enough, it is recommended that you order for more than 24 hours in advance, best early two days or more, we have our own orders, don’t have to worry about before too long we will forget it.

2. Cancelation

If cancel the order, please inform us 12 hours in advance.

Our price?Don’t worry. We provide very nice deals and the most competative price just for you!

One Day The Great Ocean Road Tour

Experience one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines with Extragreen Holidays Full Day Great Ocean Road Tour.

Our professional guide and driver will take you to the most amazing sights that Great Ocean Road can offers. View 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and Gibson Steps on your amazing trip along Great Ocean Road.

Travel over the West Gate Bridge and enjoy impressive panoramas of Melbourne’s skyline and Port Phillip Bay then continue on to Geelong, Victoria’s largest provincial city. Skirt Corio Bay and then to Torquay, start of the 300km Great Ocean Road – one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines.

Coastal cliffs and long golden surf beaches are a major attraction along the Great Ocean Road – world class surf championships at Bells Beach, the beautiful resort of Lorne and picturesque Apollo Bay draw many visitors during the holiday season.
Marvel at the stark stone pillars of the Twelve Apostles, Razorback, Island Arch and other twisted “stacks”. Shipwrecks are a tragic part of this rugged coast, the most notable being the “Loch Ard”. You will be able to descend into Loch Ard Gorge and have time to experience the magic of the Shipwreck Coast.

Join the optional helicopter ride for the opportunity to view and create your very own documentation of the incredible sights from the sky.

One Day Sovereign Hill Tour

Sovereign Hill brings to life the excitement of Australia’s great 1850s gold rushes. Named Australia’s best ‘Major Tourist Attraction’ four times, most recently in 2016, Sovereign Hill provides a unique Australian experience and a full day of entertainment.

There’s real gold to be panned – and it’s ‘finders keepers’, an underground gold mine, street theatre and the opportunity to meet costumed goldfields characters. See a spectacular $150,000 gold pour and chat with skilled craftsmen at work in the blacksmith’s forge, the candle works, the wheelwright’s plant, the coach builder’s and the confectionery factory.

Sovereign Hill entry also includes entry to the Gold Museum which displays a beautiful exhibition of gold and Ballarat history. By night, Sovereign Hill presents its spectacular, multi-million dollar sound-and-light show, ‘Blood on the Southern Cross’, the legendary story of the 1854 Eureka Uprising, a great Australian drama.

One Day Puffin Billy Tour

Puffin Billy

The journey aboard Puffing Billy takes you through the magnificent Dandenong Ranges, located only one hour east of Melbourne.

With lush fern gullies brushing past and Mountain Ash trees towering overhead, Puffing Billy makes for a wonderful opportunity to relax and breathe in the fresh air whilst the train makes its way through the temperate rainforest.

Visitors from around the world enjoy travelling aboard Puffing Billy as a stand-alone experience or as part of a Melbourne day tour. If you are a Melbourne local, you can bring friends, kids, other family members or interstate visitors, pack a picnic and travel aboard this historic Melbourne attraction.

Step back in time whilst dangling your legs over the side of the carriage – a favourite activity for kids (and adults!). Parents and grandparents relive their own childhood memories whilst introducing the next generation to this unforgettable part of Victorian history.

Don’t forget to capture some amazing photos whilst the train travels over the historic Monbulk Creek Trestle Bridge!

Couples can enjoy a different type of Puffing Billy experience by having lunch aboard the First Class dining carriages. Other special events include Day Out With Thomas and the Santa Special, as well as evening dining experiences such as Dine & Dance on Puffing Billy and Murder Mystery dinners!

One Day Phillip Island Tour

Phillip Island

Experience one of Australia’s most popular attractions. Each night at sunset you’ll be amazed by Little Penguins returning ashore after a day’s fishing.

See the world’s smallest penguin in its natural habitat from viewing stands and boardwalks. Enjoy interactive and educational displays in the visitor centre and the spectacular coastal scenery from the Penguin Parade. This experience is sure to be the highlight of your visit. As the sun fades in the sky, Little Penguins waddle up the beach to the safety of their homes in the sand dunes. Witness this magical procession – it is a treat never forgotten.

The main penguin viewing area at Summerland Beach has tiered seating and provides a 180 degree elevated viewing of the Little Penguins on parade. Watching them arrive and waddle across the beach to their sand dune burrows at sunset is a magical experience for all. Visitors can also enjoy Little Penguins around their burrows from elevated timber boardwalks.

Best of Yarra Valley

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GRANTS PICNIC GROUND
Grants Picnic Ground sits within the Sherbrooke Forest, the largest section of Dandenong Ranges National Park. There is a bird feeding area at Grants Picnic Ground. Visitors must purchase a token from ‘Grants on Sherbrooke’ kiosk to enable them to enter the fenced Bird Feeding area and obtain a measured amount of seed to be offered to the wild birds.

Rayner’s Orchard
Rayner’s Orchard are a boutique fruit orchard in the Yarra Valley that grows over 350 varieties of fruit including peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots and various citrus throughout winter.
The freshest fruit is the fruit taken straight off the tree. Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Plums and other varieties to select from. Take a Tractor Fruit Tasting Tour through the groves of stone fruit trees, sampling the freshest fruit, and enjoying the company of one of the staff explaining about the fruit of their trees.

THE BIG BOUQUET
The Big Bouquet is a modern flower farm and alpaca stud. Take the opportunity to look behind the scenes and learn first-hand about the growing of top quality gerberas and the breeding of alpacas. An educational display in the visitor centre will lead you through the fascinating science of gerbera growth and propagation. In the paddocks surrounding The Big Bouquet you will find a herd of friendly alpacas. In their shop you’ll find a large range of alpaca garments. A good chance to bring home some warm alpaca garments.

DOMINIQUE PORTET
The Portet family boasts ten consecutive generations of winemaking that began in Bordeaux in the 18th century. Today, the Portet name is most closely associated with the Yarra Valley where father and son team Dominique and Ben Portet, respectively ninth and tenth generation winemakers, run a successful family winery. Theirs is a symbolic, entwining international generational journey through wine.

Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Cream
Meet the European chocolatiers who will amaze you with their chocolate creations. You can watch the art of chocolate making from handcrafting to hand packing. There’s plenty of free chocolate and ice cream tastings, with over 150 different chocolate varieties and chocolate inspired gifts to tempt you.

Mornington Tour

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Hot Springs
Peninsula Hot Springs is a natural hot mineral spring and spa centre set in the beautiful costal environment of the Mornington Peninsula. Hot spring waters flow from deep underground and into more than 25 pools. The Bathhouse provides a nature base setting with extensive gardens, a bathing valley, cave pool, reflexology walk pool, lake side pools, sauna, cold plunge pools, massaging thermal showers, a designated family bathing area and many more.

Moonraker Dolphin & Seal Sightseeing Cruise
Dolphin Cruise is an experience not to miss. You can observe the amazing wildlife from the comfort of the boat – you will never forget this amazing experience …

Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Gardens
Explore the unique Lavender Labyrinth, year round flowering Lavender Display Gardens & the Lavender drying shed. Enjoy the worlds first Circular Rose Maze with over 1200 roses chosen for colour and perfume. Discover Australia’s oldest & largest traditional Hedge Maze. Ashcombe experiences can include meals, garden tours, lavender oil demonstrations, & much more.

Mornington Peninsula Chocolates
Whether you’re looking for a custom made gift for that special someone, a unique corporate offering, a sumptuous delight to share with the family or simply crave an irresistible indulgence just for yourself, Mornington Peninsula Chocolates’ delectable range of divine chocolates has something for every taste and every occasion.

Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm
Experience the essence of Sunny Ridge Strawberries at Australia’s largest strawberry producer. This third generation family business is nestled in the beautiful hinterland of Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula right in the heart of its thriving wine region.

Cape Schanck
Cape Schanck is located at the southern tip of the Mornington Peninsula, fronting the waters of Bass Strait.Cape Schanck provides visitors with an insight into the area’s maritime history, the beauty of rocky coastal features, unspoilt beaches, scenic walking tracks with ocean views and easy access to surrounding golf courses.

Sorrento
Live the good life amid Sorrento’s imposing limestone buildings, whether you’re dining by the water, browsing galleries and boutiques or swimming alongside dolphins.
A walk around Sorrento’s village is experiencing living history, but for a detailed look at the region’s remarkable history, make your way to the Nepean Historical Museum and Pioneer Cottage, and Collins Settlement Historic Site.

FRUITS & LAVENDER FARM TOUR

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Orchard Walk (Fruit Picking) for Peaches, Apricotes, Plums, Nectarines, Cherries, Strawberries, Lavendar Farm & Yabbies.

Located just a short drive to the east of Melbourne, the beautiful Blue Dandenong Ranges are home to colorful native birds, fern gullies and tall mountain as the eucalypts.

Look for Kookaburras, Crimson Rosellas, Cockatoos and of course the elusive Lyrebird. Tour through quaint mountain villages noted for their restaurant sand craft shops. Then continue to the Lavender Farm, Stonefruit Orchard and Cherry Farm. You might have a chance to pick your own fruits and catch yabbies or purchase fresh fruits. Light lunches are also available for purchase. We will return back to Melbourne around 4 pm.


Tulip Farm Tour

Description

Home to the beautiful Blue Dandenong Ranges are colourful native birds, fern gullies and tall mountain ash eucalyptus. While you are there, look for Kookaburras, Crimson Rosellas, and Cockatoos and of course, the elusive Lyrebird. Tour through quaint mountain villages noted for their restaurants and craft shops. Then continue to the Tesselaar Tulip Festival for the wonderful experience. Some of the highlights of the festival are horse and carriage rides most days, pick your own tulips, fresh flowers for sale, summer flowering bulbs and perennial plants for sale and Dutch souvenirs (own expense).

One Day City Tour

Cooks’ Cottage

A visit to the historic landmark Cooks’ Cottage, situated in the beautiful heritage-listed Fitzroy Gardens, is a must when exploring Melbourne.
Built in 1755, Cooks’ Cottage is the oldest building in Australia and a popular Melbourne tourist attraction.
Originally located in Yorkshire, England, and built by the parents of Captain James Cook, the cottage was brought to Melbourne by Sir Russell Grimwade in 1934. Astonishingly, each brick was individually numbered, packed into barrels and then shipped to Australia.

Fitzroy Gardens

Fitzroy Gardens is one of Melbourne’s most historic and beautiful Gardens. Originally set aside as a reserve in 1848, the layout follows a classic Victorian–era design, featuring pathways lined with magnificent Elm trees, and a variety of flowers, ornamental shrubs and trees which together with extensive lawns create a diverse and layered landscape.
Points of interest include the magnificent floral displays in the Spanish mission style Conservatory. Cooks Cottage, a scarred tree, the Fairies’ Tree and model tudor village, sculptures, fountains and a stormwater cleaning and re-use system.

St Patricks Cathedral

Welcome to St Patrick’s Cathedral. Mother Church of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne and one of the architectural glories of Melbourne.
St Patrick’s is an integral part of Melbourne, and its history tells us much about the State’s birth and growth. Situated on the fringe of the city grid, close enough to the heart of Melbourne to be a powerful presence and breathe with a life of its own.
The beauty of the Cathedral speaks of the glory of God. Its peace reaches to our innermost heart, and its welcome to those who pass by is of a God who is ever compassionate to us, his people.

Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

Melbourne Gardens was founded in 1846 when land was reserved on the south side of the Yarra River for a new botanic garden. It extends across 38 hectares that slope to the river with trees, garden beds, lakes and lawns. It displays almost 50,000 individual plants representing 8,500 different species. These are displayed in 30 living plant collections.
Cranbourne Gardens was established in 1970 when land was acquired by the Gardens on Melbourne’s south-eastern urban fringe for the purpose of establishing a garden dedicated to Australian plants. A generally wild site that’s significant for biodiversity conservation, it opened to the public in 1989.

Shrine of Remembrance

The Shrine of Remembrance, located in Kings Domain on St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Australia was built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war. It is a site of annual observances of ANZAC Day (25 April) and Remembrance Day (11 November) and is one of the largest war memorials in Australia.
Designed by architects Phillip Hudson and James Wardrop who were both World War I veterans, the Shrine is in a classical style, being based on the Tomb of Mausolus at Halicarnassus and the Parthenon in Athens.

St Kilda Beach

St Kilda Beach is a beach located in St Kilda, Port Phillip, Victoria, Australia, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south from the Melbourne city centre. It is Melbourne’s most famous beach. The beach is a sandy beach about 700 metres (2,300 ft) long between St Kilda Marina and St Kilda Harbour along Jacka Boulevard and St Kilda Esplanade. It is located at the north-east corner of Port Phillip and is protected from ocean swell, though still affected by strong westerly winds.[1] With Port Phillip Bay being open to the sea, St Kilda Beach is subject to regular tides.