Farm girl at heart, Cassandra grew up on her family vineyard in the Riverina surrounded by fruit trees, chickens, channels and motorbikes.
Cassandra has always encouraged her city friends to visit the family farm for weekends of adventure, with amazing food and wine. It was on one of these iconic weekends, she was inspired to create tangible experiences showing guests to the region about the beauty and quality of the lifestyle in Griffith.
On that special weekend, sharing fun facts about oranges the Bella Vita “Beautiful Life” Riverina Tours was born.
Since opening in 2016 Bella Vita Riverina Tours has established the reputation of delivering unique and memorable experiences.
In 2018 the Bella Vita team were State finalist for the NSW Business Chamber in the category "Outstanding Entrepreneur."
With increased coverage in the media, Bella Vita Riverina Tours has been featured on popular TV Programs Sydney Weekender and Good Chef Bad Chef TV program.
In 2019, the Bella Vita team were State Finalists again for the NSW Business Chamber in the category " Excellence in Micro - Business".
Our experiences appeal to Tourists and Corporate Visitors who depart our tours feeling indulged and educated about the agriculture powerhouse that Griffith is.
Working within a network of local Farmers and Producers, we ensure our experiences are accessible and joyful to all by ensuring we deliver an authentic day of country hospitality.
Afterwards guests feel invigorated after experiencing an authentic day of La Bella Vita - "The Beautiful Life" that locals here are accustomed to.
We look forward to meeting you!
Is one your tour guides and party hostesses. "I love sharing my favourite local wines with you, and getting behind the camera to capture your day!"
Manages the hot desk and operations. "I will help you tailor a special event itinerary and entertain you with plenty of fun facts along the way."
Is one of your guides. "With over 20 years experience in the wine industry. I can share with you some of the secrets of the process from farm to glass."