CHAZEN STUDY TRIP AUSTRALIA 2005 Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org AUSTRALIA looks like this… The crew Pamela “Kleiny” Klein Jeff “Engo” English Michael “Moiser” Moise Sireesha “Reesh” Katragadda
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Pamela “Kleiny” Klein
Jeff “Engo” English
Michael “Moiser” Moise
Sireesha “Reesh” Katragadda
Professor David “Juro” Juran & Co.
Cynthia “Schmeids” Schmeider
Markus “Stadsy” Stadler
Bill “Bee Gee” Gilroy
Linda “Chewy” Chou
Martin “Milly” Millman
Elisa “Coims” Coimbra
Hadar “Weissy” Weiss
Alan “Steiny” Stein
Jeff “Wesso” Wesson
Matt “Cassa” Cassin
Dickran “Gooer” Guerguerian
Jen “Ganz” Ganzi
Erik “Gusty” Gustafson
Simon “Belly” Bell
Hawkesbury River - Enjoy morning tea overlooking the Hawkesbury River, one of the most picturesque rivers in Australia.
:: Visit up to 4 wineries - including family wineries, small boutique wineries. Choose from a wide range of quality wines and sample some of Australia’s best.
:: Learn about Winemaking - Whilst enjoying a private wine tasting. Try Shiraz, Semillon, Chardonay, Cabernet Savignon and Verdelho. As well as fortified wines such as Port and Liquors.
:: Cellar Door Wines - As well as tasting wines that are available around Australia and overseas, taste the wines that are only sold at the wineries Cellar Doors.
:: Visit The Hunter Valley Cheese Company - Taste delicious Hunter Valley cheeses such as Marinated Chevre, Hunter Valley Gold Washed Rind or Pokolbin Potted and Ported Blue.
:: Lunch - Have a gourmet lunch in one of Hunter's restaurants or a relaxing picnic lunch in the serene lower Hunter Valley.
:: Breathtaking Views - See breathtaking views and spectacular scenery combined with excellent photo opportunities.
:: Bring home the taste of Australia - You can buy wines at the cellar door or get them sent to you.
Wild Kangaroos and Screeching Cockatoos - See these Native Australian animals and more in their natural habitat.
:: Morning Tea on Nepean River - The tranquil western boundary of Sydney, with morning tea provided overlooking the river.
:: Kings Tableland or Evans Lookout - The best place to view the wilderness of the Blue Mountains.
:: Pleasant Bushwalk to Wentworth Falls - A relaxing walk to the most breathtaking waterfalls in the area.
:: The Garden Village of Leura - Spend time to explore this picturesque village. A gourmet lunch is provided.
:: Katoomba and Katoomba waterfall - The centre of the Blue Mountains.
:: Three Sisters rock formation - Here you will hear the Aboriginal legends about this famous rock formation.
:: Scenic railway - Ride the world's steepest inclined railway to the floor of the canyon, take an enjoyable walk in the rainforest. Then take the return trip by Sceniscender. (at own expense)
:: Aboriginal Site - Learn about aboriginal rock engravings.
:: Olympic Park - Enroute see Homebush Bay, home of the 2000 Olympic Games.
:: River Cruise - Unwind on an afternoon cruise along Parramatta river back to Circular Quay (city centre)
- It is valid for visits to Australia for tourism or to visit friends or relatives
- It is valid for multiple visits within 12 months from date of issue
- The maximum length of each visit is three months
- You may not work while in Australia