Save heaps and join with your friends for a fun day out at GPAC.
Sail Searoad Ferries to Queenscliff and then be thoroughly entertained at GPAC’s Musical Mornings with complimentary coffee, tea and biscuits before the show.
Please call GPAC box office on 5225 1200 to buy your package or you can purchase online below.
From as little as $35.80* per person you can sail with Searoad Ferries from Sorrento to Queenscliffe and then enjoy Tuckers Musical Mornings at GPAC.
*Quoted price is for 10 x passengers travelling in your own vehicle from Sorrento to Queenscliff and includes tickets to Tuckers Musical Mornings at GPAC.
$134.00 Includes Ferry passage for 1 CAR plus 1 Musical Mornings ticket (each additional Musical Mornings ticket just $20)
$178.00 Includes Ferry Passage for 1 MINI BUS plus 1 Musical Mornings ticket (each additional Musical Mornings ticket just $20)
IMPORTANT BOOKING INFORMATION: Click the links below and select whether you are travelling by 'CAR' or 'BUS' (remember a SINGLE Musical Mornings ticket is included with a 'CAR' or 'BUS' booking). Then just add ADDITIONAL Musical Mornings tickets to your booking (for example: if you are travelling by car with three friends, book a single car package PLUS add 3 x single Musical Mornings tickets and your package is complete.
An essential part of GPAC's daytime entertainment calendar, Musical Mornings brings an endless parade of Australia's best-loved performers to Geelong.
Click the links below to book your Musical Mornings - Searoad Ferries package
Wednesday 14th and Thursday 15th September
John Bowles and Michelle Fitzmaurice star in Country Gold, a narrated musical production that pays tribute to a century of country music legends - including Willie Nelson, Glenn Campbell, Anne Murray, Kris Kristofferson, John Denver, Dolly Parton, Hank Williams and Tammy Wynette, as well as Australia’s own Smoky Dawson, Slim Dusty, Alison Durbin and more. Hits will include Anniversary Waltz, Rhinestone Cowboy, Thank God I’m A Country Boy, Could I Have This dance, Islands In The Stream and many more.
Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 October
Best of British is a unique musical exploration of Britain through the 50s and 60s ranging from music hall to jazz and pop. Opening with George Formby’s When I’m Cleaning Windows, the concert also features tunes from Flanagan & Allen, the ‘British Bing Crosby’Al Bowlly, Noel Coward, Eric Coates of Dambusters March fame, Vera Lynn and the greatest pop band of them all, The Beatles, plus the three Bs of British jazz - Barber, Ball and Bilk. Leading the award winning Syncopators is Chris Ludowyk who started his jazz career in Geelong in the mid 60s, plus Dave Hetherington and Beverley Sheehan (sister of Judith Durham) on vocals.