Clydesdales & Shetlands
The Clydesdale Draught Horse is named after the area in Scotland it originated from. Known as “the breed that built Australia”, the Clydesdale was instrumental in our pioneering past. Come with us today as we visit Landsborough Museum and Strathgordon Clydesdales. William Landsborough was the first European to cross Australia north to south and pass through this area which was settled in 1871 as a “port of call” for Cobb and Co coaches. The gentle giants of the horse world today are listed as vulnerable, close to extinction, but true enthusiasts have increased numbers so that we can retain our vital history with this breed. Browse through Clydesdale memorabilia and marvel at the working demonstrations by these magnificent beasts and some of their Shetland cousins.
10:00AM - Morning Tea & Tour @ Landsborough Museum;
12:00PM - Lunch @ Landsborough Hotel;
1:30PM - Tour @ Strathgordon Clydesdales
4:00PM - Returning passengers.
Pick-ups from North Lakes, Deception Bay, Bindawalla Gardens, Burpengary Depot, Pine Village, Morayfield Shopping Centre & Caboolture Railway Station.
For further information, including bus pick-up times, please contact our friendly staff, T: 1300 287 525