"In the words of the great poet Shannon Noll, let's drive," the card read.
From there, the journalist documented her luxury weekend complete with a fancy white limo, a boat and plenty of Aperol Spritzes.
Posting on Instagram earlier today, Georgia thanked her bridesmaids for whisking her away for the very lavish weekend.
"My beautiful maids. I couldn't love you more if I tried," the 31-year-old wrote.
"Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for the world's best bachelorette party!!
"From limos to boats, mansions, date cards and surprises left, right and centre, I’m still on a massive high and feel like the luckiest and most special girl in the world 🥰
"I’m just sorry to everyone else in the world who doesn’t have you as their besties ❤️❤️❤️ Now bring on the wedding when it’s my turn to throw the party for you!!!
Fellow former Bachelorette Angie Kent was quick to voice her support for the luxurious weekend, commenting on one of Georgia's first snaps of the weekend.
"😍😍😍😍 A date card hahah! I love this!! have fun beautiful lady xxxx" the former Gogglebox star wrote.
The jam-packed celebrations were clearly a highlight for Georgia, who was unfortunately forced to cancel her wedding last year due to COVID-19.
Planning to head down the aisle in Tasmania, Georgia and Lee's plans were thwarted due to border restrictions being tightened.
The journalist voiced her frustration on Twitter back in August last year.
"So like HOW FUNNY IS IT when you cancel your Italy wedding and book it for Tasmania instead hahahahahahahaha and then the Premier shuts the borders til at least December HAHAHAHAHA OMG SO FUNNY I’M TOTALLY FINE!!!!!" she exclaimed on social media.
While Georgia was clearly disappointed by the circumstances, her incredible Bachelorette weekend is sure to make up for the absolutely lacklustre year that was 2020.