Canada 2019

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Sharon Parkes, Picton

“Just back from the Top End and Kimberley Cattle Tour. What an amazing eye opening tour with huge wide open spaces, very large (up to 2million ha) cattle stations many thousands of cattle and very genuine people we met on this trip. If I was in my 20s I would be over there like a shot gaining the experience of living and working in this area. A tour we would recommend for anyone wanting to see one of the last outposts in Australia. There is so much to rave on about but not enough space!!”

07 Jul 2019 - 21 Jul 2019

Tour Details

Join our all new agricultural tour to Canada featuring Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Explore the Province of Alberta and visit Saskatoon in Saskatchewan for ‘Ag in Motion’, Western Canada’s first outdoor farm expo. A highlight of the tour is the spectacular Calgary Stampede. Renowned as one of the world’s most popular outdoor events, the Calgary Stampede attracts visitors from all over the world.

Extend your tour to Ontario and British Columbia to see a variety of farms – cropping, dairy, tobacco and ginseng. Visit Niagara Falls and complete your tour with time on Vancouver Island.

Canada Highlights

  • Visit diverse farming operations in Alberta
  • Experience the excitement of ‘the greatest outdoor show on earth’ – the Calgary Stampede
  • Enjoy the magnificent scenery of the Rocky Mountains – Banff, Lake Louise and Sulphur Mountain
  • Travel through one of Alberta’s best kept secrets – Kananskis Country
  • The ‘Ag in Motion’ farm expo in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
  • Visit Vancouver Island, explore Victoria and the famous Butchart Gardens.
  • Vancouver city sights including Granville Island



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