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Habitat for Humanity South Australia – Melbourne Volunteers

Just read a glowing post from Habitat for Humanity South Australia on Facebook

It was great to have the team from Habitat for Humanity Melbourne University visit and see there smiling faces each day.

There post was “Our thanks to Adelaide Mini Buses for transporting our volunteers who are here from Habitat for Humanity Melbourne University to work in the Sampson Flat bushfire recovery and on our build in Davoren Park”

You can see it “here

It’s always a pleasure to help those that are helping the less fortunate.

Smiling faces everywhere

Smiling faces everywhere


Hens day to McLaren Vale for Emma and her friends.
Emma organised the day for her friend who is soon to be married, and they had a great day out in the McLaren Vale region visiting Paxtons, Parri Estate Alpha Box & Dice and Maximus. Thank you Emma for using our service, we hope you had a memorable day with Adelaide Mini Bus and Sue your driver.





Bus with our  Chinese Guests







Remona who has Adelaide connections having lived and worked here took her own family with her 2 brothers families and her mother, all from Shanghai on a two day trip to Melbourne via Mount Gambier then on the Great Ocean Road
Highlights were
The Big Lobster – Kingston SE.
The Blue Lake – Mount Gambier
The Apostles – Port Campbell

 The scenery of the Otways
They all enjoyed the trip with Adelaide Mini Bus to Melbourne where they will stay for 2 days before flying to Sydney and Canberra

Adelaide Mini Buses's photo.
Adelaide Mini Buses's photo.
Adelaide Mini Buses's photo.

The Giant Lobster at Kingston

Fabulous hen’s day for Kate

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”

Oakbank Racing Carnival – getting you there and back safely

 Over Easter (April 6th-9th) is the Oakbank Racing carnival, which includes the Great Eastern Steeplechase.

Bus companies almost always book out over Easter, so dont leave it until the last minute! Lower rates for prepaid bookings apply up until March 19th. Enquire now.

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