The Warnests wanted a comfortable, economical vehicle to transport their bridal party. Much to their great pleasure, Adelaide Minibus not only delivered on both of those expectations, but also dressed the vehicle AND the driver for the occasion.
Mr Warnest said on their big day “The minibus arrived early, was clean and decorated for us, and the driver, Paul, was friendly, patient, and he dressed specially for the occasion…..Thanks to Paul and Adelaide Minibus” …” Great value”
Adelaide Minibus, a division of Vin’s Buses, supplies wedding guest transport in vehicles to suit the occasion….right up to large coaches. We pick up, even from multiple locations, get the guests there safely, then return later to take them home, even if its very late or early morning….all part of the service!
Kate is getting married soon, so her friend and bridesmaid Lauren, organised a Adelaide Minibus tour in the Barossa for Kate’s friends, family and bridesmaids. What an afternoon it was, taking in the fabulous hills area of Birdwood, Te-Aro Wines at Williamstown, Maggie Beers and then a leisurely coffee, cake and wine tasting at Kabminye Wines.
Adelaide Minibus ‘dressed’ the vehicle appropriately, with some ‘Hens day in progess’ banners and supplied chilled spring water for the group.
The venues visited complimented the group on how “well behaved” they were and the wineries were pleasantly surprised at the number of bottles purchased at their cellar doors. Some cellar doors don’t like hens group bookings beacuse of the rowdy behaviour, but we educate our groups well, said Adelaide Minibus’s tour organisor, Caroline. “Promoting the purchase of some wines at cellar doors we visit, has been a successful way of keeping good relations with the cellar doors for hens day outings too. Many cellar doors are now charging tasting fees, and only through wine sales can they minimise this. We need to remember that the venues are paying weekend wage rates for their staff, and whilst tastings are a part of promoting their brands, they can only survive, and continue to provide their cellar door experience, if sales of wine covers their costs”