WEA: Adult Learning

 

 

(Travel license TTA 183)

For details of these and other tours please contact the Tours Office:
Telephone: 8223 1272 (Monday to Friday, 9:30am - 5:00pm)
Fax: 8232 3690 Email: tours@wea-sa.com.au
Interstate participants can usually fly internationally from their
capital city to join WEA tours.

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Covid-19 Pandemic - Tours

Due to Covid-19 our overseas tours for 2020 have been cancelled.

We are planning a range of exciting Intrastate and Interstate tours for 2021
See below for the updated program and register your interest to receive the brochures as they are released.


When "travel bubbles" become possible we will be designing tours to these destinations.

Warm Regards
Lesley Venning
WEA

For a complete intinerary, costs and conditions please contact WEA on (08) 8223 1272.


The Flinders Ranges September - FULL

28th September - 3rd October 2020

The time is perfect to explore the breathtaking ancient landscapes of the Flinders Ranges. Right on our doorstep, this enchanting natural and cultural wonderland is pristine, accessible and exhilarating. Witness the determination, optimism and heartbreak of early European settler heritage and empowering local Indigenous cultures with your historian tour leader from the comfort of your all terrain touring coach. Be delighted by the unique hues of the land. Burnt orange and semi- arid deserts, mountain ranges of purple, blue and mauve and bright spring wildflowers all bask under a vast and azure outback sky. Enjoy the comforts of daily cooked breakfasts, hearty evening dinners, morning and afternoon teas and a lunch with Adnyamathanha tradition owners at Iga Warta. Places are limited to provide ample space for each passenger. Travel beyond the beaten track, appreciate friendly outback hospitality, see native wildlife and be moved by the grandeur of nature and its capacity to inspire us all on this well designed tour.

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Click here for the full itinerary, costs and conditions (PDF document - may take some time to download if on a slow connection)


The Flinders Ranges October - FULL

5th - 10th October 2020

The time is perfect to explore the breathtaking ancient landscapes of the Flinders Ranges. Right on our doorstep, this enchanting natural and cultural wonderland is pristine, accessible and exhilarating. Witness the determination, optimism and heartbreak of early European settler heritage and empowering local Indigenous cultures with your historian tour leader from the comfort of your all terrain touring coach. Be delighted by the unique hues of the land. Burnt orange and semi- arid deserts, mountain ranges of purple, blue and mauve and bright spring wildflowers all bask under a vast and azure outback sky. Enjoy the comforts of daily cooked breakfasts, hearty evening dinners, morning and afternoon teas and a lunch with Adnyamathanha tradition owners at Iga Warta. Places are limited to provide ample space for each passenger. Travel beyond the beaten track, appreciate friendly outback hospitality, see native wildlife and be moved by the grandeur of nature and its capacity to inspire us all on this well designed tour.

  • Photo Shutterstock

Click here for the full itinerary, costs and conditions (PDF document - may take some time to download if on a slow connection)


South Australian Silo Art - FULL

01 - 06 November 2020

The scale and design of silo art is both impressive and stunning. The artists use modern technology to achieve their gigantic results which depict local people and aspects of local historical significance. The variety is wonderful and it has revitalized many country towns. This tour takes you to the Upper South East, across the Mallee to the Riverland, through the picturesque Mid North and across the Eyre Peninsula, visiting all of South Australia’s beautiful silo art sites at Coonalpyn, Karoonda, Waikerie, Wirrabara, Kimba, Tumby Bay and Cowell. Visit flourishing towns such as Loxton, Burra, Melrose, Wilmington and Cleve and regional centres including Port Lincoln and Whyalla. There are also short stops in forgotten places like Mindarie, Sandalwood, Rudall and Alawoona. Extensive historical notes are provided and there is free time in Port Lincoln to relax in your luxury hotel, walk on the beach, visit museums, browse, or sample the coffee shops. Your morning starts are leisurely and several museums are visited including the Whyalla Maritime museum and Mount Laura homestead while train enthusiasts might choose to explore the Port Lincoln Railway museum. The tour includes the wheat lumper statue in Cummins, the gaily painted water tower in Snowtown, the Makybe Diva statue in Port Lincoln, the Joy Baluch statue in Port Augusta and the Edward John Eyre statue in Kimba. Discover more about the silo and art trail in your state, in comfort, on this varied and unique tour.

Click here for the full itinerary, costs and conditions (PDF document - may take some time to download if on a slow connection)


South Australian Silo Art - FULL

15th - 20th November

The scale and design of silo art is both impressive and stunning. The artists use modern technology to achieve their gigantic results which depict local people and aspects of local historical significance. The variety is wonderful and it has revitalized many country towns. This tour takes you to the Upper South East, across the Mallee to the Riverland, through the picturesque Mid North and across the Eyre Peninsula, visiting all of South Australia’s beautiful silo art sites at Coonalpyn, Karoonda, Waikerie, Wirrabara, Kimba, Tumby Bay and Cowell. Visit flourishing towns such as Loxton, Burra, Melrose, Wilmington and Cleve and regional centres including Port Lincoln and Whyalla. There are also short stops in forgotten places like Mindarie, Sandalwood, Rudall and Alawoona. Extensive historical notes are provided and there is free time in Port Lincoln to relax in your luxury hotel, walk on the beach, visit museums, browse, or sample the coffee shops. Your morning starts are leisurely and several museums are visited including the Whyalla Maritime museum and Mount Laura homestead while train enthusiasts might choose to explore the Port Lincoln Railway museum. The tour includes the wheat lumper statue in Cummins, the gaily painted water tower in Snowtown, the Makybe Diva statue in Port Lincoln, the Joy Baluch statue in Port Augusta and the Edward John Eyre statue in Kimba. Discover more about the silo and art trail in your state, in comfort, on this varied and unique tour

Click here for the full itinerary, costs and conditions (PDF document - may take some time to download if on a slow connection)


Tours for 2021

Exciting programme of tours by the WEA

We are planning a range of exciting Intrastate and Interstate tours for 2021.

See below for the updated program and register your interest to receive the brochures as they are released.

Click here for the full itinerary, costs and conditions (PDF document - may take some time to download if on a slow connection)