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Sightseeing & Experiences...
In and Around Perth & Western Australia


Rottnest Island.
A Western Australia vineyard.
Wave Rock, one of Australia's most incredible national monuments.
The Pinnacles desert.


Perth & Fremantle Experience

Start by visiting Kings Park with its sweeping parklands, Botanic Garden, wildflowers, and native bushland. There are extensive city and river views with a panorama to the Darling Scarp. On your way out of the city stop at Cottesloe Beach, one of Perth's most popular beaches. Travel to the coast and to Fremantle, known for its docks, marinas and charming heritage sandstone buildings. Visit Victoria Quay and the Western Australian Maritime Museum. After a fish and chips lunch, board a cruise back to Perth along the scenic Indian Ocean coastline via Leighton, Port and Cottesloe Beaches.

Broome Highlights & Camel Ride

Gain an insight into the heritage of this charming town and the colorful lifestyle the locals enjoy. Visit a pearl shop and Sun Pictures before heading through Old Broome past Pearling Masters homes, then view the aqua waters of Roebuck Bay and learn of Broome’s One Day War. Stop at Matso's Broome Brewery to sample ales and famous ginger beer. Travel by Riddell Beach before taking a walk to Gantheaume Point, known for dinosaur footprints and Anastasias Pool. Later, drive down to Cable Beach for sunset. Finish the tour with a famous sunset camel ride.

Bungle Bungle Day Tour

FROM KUNUNURRA. Your full-day tour starts with a scenic flight to World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park. Watch as the famous Bungle Bungle Range appears on the horizon. Enjoy a 4WD to the Echidna Chasm, considered one of Australia's most amazing walking destinations. This afternoon see the majestic Cathedral Gorge, Piccaninny Creek and inspect the domes of the Bungle Bungle up close. Learn the Aboriginal cultural signifi cance of this area and Aboriginal bushtucker and bush medicine skills.

Rottnest Island Discovery

Cruise down the Swan River and across to Rottnest Island. Enjoy lunch then tour the island. There will be time for swimming and exploring before the return cruise to Perth.

Margaret, Eagles, Caves & Wines

The Margaret River boasts spectacular coastline, Karri forests, underground caves and picturesque countryside. Enjoy wine tasting, visit Eagle Heritage Raptor Center, and take a tour of Mammoth Cave.

Wave Rock & Aboriginal Cave Paintings

Journey through Australia's wheat belt to Wave Rock, one of Australia’s most incredible natural geological formations. Join a cultural tour of Wave Rock, Gnamma Holes, and Hippo's Yawn Cave. Stop to view colorful banks of wildfl owers in season (Aug-Nov).

Whaleshark Adventure

Your day begins with a snorkel on beautiful Ningaloo Reef. As soon as whalesharks are spotted, you will have the unique opportunity to swim with these gentle giants. You will also see turtles, manta rays and other marine life - an experience not to be missed!

Swim with Dolphins

Travel south from Perth, and cruise the waters of Rockingham in search of Logo, Boomerang or any other of over 180 local dolphins. Participants do not need to be expert swimmers, snorkeling equipment and instruction is provided and you are accompanied by experienced guides. This is truly an unforgettable experience.

Swan Valley Experience

Leave the city and visit Caversham Wildlife Park, unique in that it has bred its own wombats, Tasmanian devils and koalas, to name a few. Head deeper into the Swan Valley which is Western Australia's oldest wine-growing region. Classic varieties grown here include chenin, blanc, verdelho, shiraz and chardonnay - all of which thrive in the region's hot, dry climate - along with less well known varieties like viognier and zinfandel. Taste some of the best the region has to offer and visit the Margaret River Chocolate Company.

4WD Pinnacles, Sand Dunes & Koalas

Journey to Western Australia's renowned Nambung National Park, home of the Pinnacles Desert. See the amazing moonscapes and wander through the limestone spires. Visit a wildlife park, drive over massive sand dunes and try sand boarding. After a picnic lunch, visit a wildflower shop or, weather permitting, enjoy a swim. Then see colorful native wildflowers (in season Jul-Oct).



(*) Prices are US Dollars per person.