3 Day Western Australia Exploration
3 Day Western Australia Exploration
- Return Private Airport Transfers
- 2 nights accommodation at QT Perth or similar
- Half-Day Perth & Fremantle City Explorer tour (AM)
- Full breakfast included
Price from A$290 per adult twin share.
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Pinnacles Desert Explore with Sandboarding
From A$174 per adult
We travel north along quiet back roads to arrive at West Coast Honey to learn about all things honey related. Then onwards to the coastal town of Lancelin passing huge sand dunes to arrive at the Lancelin Beach Hotel for an included lunch.
We then travel to the iconic Nambung National Park in the town of Cervantes for a guided easy paced walk through the mystical Pinnacles Desert – a truly iconic Western Australia landscape. Discover the moon-like sandscape of these fascinating limestone formations. If time permits, be sure to make a visit to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre to learn about the Pinnacles and the cultural and natural heritage of the area. Return to Perth down the Indian Ocean Drive arriving at approximately 18:00.
Pinnacles Sunset and Night Time Stargazing
From A$174 per adult
We head north away from the city towards Yanchep National Park for a quick comfort stop and an opportunity to see the koalas and kangaroos. From here we head up the coast towards the magical Pinnacle Desert to view the mystical limestone rock formations. Arriving late afternoon to avoid the crowds and heat which allows for breathtaking sunsets. Experience the moonlike landscape come to life as the sunsets over the Indian Ocean and the moon rises.
Once darkness falls we head to the fishing town of Cervantes for our included dinner in a traditional Western Australian venue to soak up a real Australian atmosphere before heading out into the night to experience the night sky. We head back into the Pinnacle Desert to the observation deck to experience the tranquillity of the national park and view the night sky without light pollution. Once we have had our fill of the enormous night sky we head straight back to Perth.
Please note this is a relaxed sightseeing tour rather than a professional astronomy based expedition.
Margaret River, Busselton Jetty and Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
From A$215 per adult
We travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, we stop for morning tea (own expense) to view the iconic Busselton Jetty. This is the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere (please note there is not enough time at this stop to walk the full length of the jetty). Driving into the heart of the region, we head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings.
Following lunch we continue south to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best award-winning wines, whilst gaining industry insights on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the region’s flora and fauna. Continuing south, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees, we reach the most fascinating part of the region at Augusta. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans – a rare phenomenon to view the meeting of two oceans.
Then we head north to the township of Margaret River for a brief stroll on the main street. After a long but fantastic day we break at a restaurant en route for a light dinner (own expense). Then it’s back to Perth, arriving approximately at 9:30pm.
Wave Rock, York Aboriginal Culture and Seasonal Wildflowers
From A$147 per adult
Leaving Perth we head through the Perth Hills and escarpment to enter farming country. Heading east, we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. From there we travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin. As we drive through the rolling farmlands, get a glimpse of Australian country life. We then stop briefly at the infamous Dog Cemetery, a shrine to man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life.
Travelling on to the Wildflower Shop in Hyden, we break for an Aussie country style lunch. Whilst here, visit either the Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection or visit the amazing Toy Soldier Museum. Then we move on to see the spectacular prehistoric rock formation of Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Leaving Wave Rock, we visit Hippo’s Yawn and Mulka’s Cave. We return to Perth with a stop at a remote country town for a light afternoon tea and snack (own expense) arriving approximately at 8:30pm.
Rottnest Island Bike and Ferry Combo
From A$107.50 per adult
Rottnest Island- WA’s most beautiful island believed to have been separated from the mainland approximately 7,000 years ago is made up of six major habitats – coastal, salt lakes, brackish swamps, woodlands, heath and settled areas. Visit this iconic destination and be amazed by the breath-taking scenery and attractions.
Inclusive Island Tour- When visiting Rottnest Island the must do tour is the Grand Island Tour which gives a comprehensive insight into the many wonders and attractions of this beautiful island.
Quokkas- The Rottnest Island Quokkas are world renowned as the happiest animal on Earth, standing at just 12 inches tall these adorable animals are truly an icon of the island and will be sure to put a smile on your dial!
Coral Reefs- The island is surrounded by stunning limestone coral reefs believed to have grown approximately 100,000 years ago. Whilst on the island be sure to explore these beautiful reefs fed by the warm Leeuwin current and discover the many species of marine life that call this area home.
Salt Lakes- When on the island, a must do activity is to explore the many salt lakes that occupy approximately 10 per cent of the area. Notable ones include Lake Baghdad, Lake Vincent, Herschel Lake, Garden Lake, Government House Lake and Serpentine Lake. These lakes are permanent and are always accessible all year around, other notable lakes that may dry up throughout the summer period include Pink Lake, Lake Sirius, Lake Negri and the twin Pearse Lakes.
Bathurst Lighthouse- An iconic landmark of Rottnest Island is the Bathurst Lighthouse located on the coastline in Bathurst. This lighthouse is closed to visitors however, is the perfect place to capture breath-taking sunsets and picturesque views.
Wadjemup Walking Trail- A stunning 50 kilometre walking trail made up of five unique sections each celebrating a significant landmark or area of the island. This trail is designed to enhance your Rottnest Island experience and show case the best parts and areas of this beautiful destination.
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