Daily tours from St-Quentin, Amiens, Albert, Péronne or Arras (for other towns, please contact us)
For up to 7 people
Starting at 9.30am and finishing at 5.30pm

This tour can cover several different themes :

The attack on the Hindenburg line on 29th September 1918; the decisive action of the 27th and 30th American Divisions; the 3rd and 5th Australian Divisions; the 46th British Division or the last Australian Battle at Montbrehain.

The memorial dedicated to the 4th Australian Division offers an excellent view of the battlefields and will allow you to be immersed in one of the most heroic and dramatic battles of the war. From the Saint Quentin Canal to Bony you will also be able to see ruins and parts of the German defense system.
The visit continues by following  in the footsteps of Rawlinson’s 4th Army to the village of Montbrehain, the last Australian battle of the Great War.


This tour includes :

Pick up at the train station
Drop off at the train station
Transportation in a very comfortable air-conditioned Citroën Jumpy minibus
Guiding services

Please, contact us for the cost, dates and further information

We run tours every day but it’s better to book in advance.