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Latest News - December 2015

Discover the great outdoors in style

  • Written by  Ian Anderson
Mark and Louise Polley operate Discovery Coaches.

Toowoomba locals Mark & Louise Polley have travelled millions of kilometres around Australia on major highways and corrugated outback tracks, providing many with a journey of a lifetime.

“There is nothing more enjoyable for us than to take people to breathtaking places such as the Great Ocean Road, Cape York the Grampians or even to Karijini National Park,” said Louise, who attends Toowoomba Community Baptist Church with her husband, and together run Discovery Coaches.

“We have a wide variety of tours that will satisfy your ‘get away from it all’ spirit!” said Louise. “So leave the caravan at home, simply hop on board our coach, sit back, relax, enjoy, and be truly amazed at this wonderful creation we call Australia.”

One tour Louise is very excited about coming up in February 2016 is the spectacle of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium.

“This is a famous, must–see event with over 1,200 performers,” she said. “It’s only the fourth time the Tattoo has toured outside Edinburgh’s Castle.”

Louise said they have two choices for people to experience this extraordinary event, both featuring  1st class Platinum Reserved seating. 

“People can choose from our return luxury coach travel to Melbourne, or fly to Melbourne, join our coach, then fly home.”

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