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Drayhorse Shires Cobb & Co Wagon Tours

2560 Boonah Rathdowney Road, Maroon, Queensland 4310

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They offer shire horse-drawn Cobb And Co wagon tours in the outstanding scenic rim in south east Queensland. A 2.5 hour tour visiting Dugandan Hotel, and a traditional drovers picnic lunch including Damper, and a relaxing horse-drawn carriage ride in a cobb and co wagon. The tour finishes at the Dugandan Hotel where you can relax for the afternoon with a drink or two.

These tours run everyday and are subject to availability. There is plenty of time for photos with these beautiful heavy horses. They can offer from 2 to 8 people in a group, so why not book for that special event or just a great day out with stunning scenery.

Their Tours starts at 11.30am From the Dugandan Hotel in Boonah.

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Drayhorse Shires Cobb & Co Wagon tours
Meet at Dugandan Hotel Boonah at 11.30am.

Then onto the shire horse drawn Cobb & Co Wagon for a lovely trip around Boonah, Stopping along the way for a Traditional Drovers Picnic Lunch, including, Damper, Bread and butter pudding. Silverside Beef, Salads, Chutneys, Tea Coffeee And juices, Vegetrarian options available

After lunch once again join the shire horses your next destination Dugandan Hotel for a lovely Relaxing afternoon drink. This is where the horses leave you to enjoy your afternoon at the famous Dugandan Hotel.

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Price: $160
This is fully inclusive of drovers picnic lunch.

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