3N Perth Discovery

  • 4 Days
  • 1 Country
  • 1 Cities

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Day 1

SIC transfer to Perth hotel

Day 2

Half Day - Perth & Fremantle

  • Departs Perth 8:00am Daily
    Finishes 12:30pm (approximately)
  • WACA: Home of Western Australia Cricket
  • Kings Park Botanic Gardens: Walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walkway and See stunning views of the Perth city skyline and the 750-year-old boab tree.
  • Perth City: See the newly opened Elizabeth Quay, Bell Tower (home of the Swan Bells), Perth Town Hall and St Georges Terrace.
  • Cottesloe Beach: View this famous coastline and watch the Indian Ocean sparkle as we travel to Fremantle.
  • Fremantle: Visit the historical port of Fremantle situated on the mouth of the Swan River and find a bargain at the markets (Fri, Sat, Sun only).
  • Swan River Cruise: There is an option to cruise back along the Swan River from Fremantle.

Day 3

4WD Pinnacles, Beaches, Koala & Sand Dunes

  • Departs Perth 8:00am Daily
    Finishes 7:30pm (approximately)
  • Caversham Wildlife Park: Featuring over 200 species of animals in a walk-through environment this park is a must visit in Western Australia. Animals include friendly koalas, wombats and numerous kangaroos. Be fascinated by wildlife professionals who are dedicated to ensuring you have the best opportunity for animal interaction.
  • The Lobster Shack: Take a tour of a live lobster processing plant. A video presentation gives you an insight into this marvellous industry. Follow on through to the factory overhead walkway where you stand directly above 20 tonnes of live rock lobster. Enjoy the audio guide and travel through at your own pace. Following this tour, take a break and enjoy our included Fish and Chips lunch or alternatively upgrade to the special Lobster Lunch at an extra $25/pp. (Must be pre-booked)
  • Pinnacles Desert: Take a stroll through this eerie desert, amongst the iconic Pinnacles, believed to have been created millions of years ago when seashells were broken down into sand and then eroded by water and wind.
  • Cervantes: Western Australia’s gateway town to the Pinnacles Desert, Cervantes is a laid back fishing town north of Perth. Be sure to take in the lobster fishing industry as you travel through this town.
  • Nambung National Park: Covering 17,491 hectares, the Nambung National Park is home to Western Australia’s renowned Pinnacles Desert.
  • Lancelin: Experience the adventure and thrill of 4-wheel driving over the biggest white sand dunes of Western Australia. For those wanting more adventure, your adrenaline will be pumping as you sand board down these massive dunes.
  • Wildflowers (Seasonal): Stop to view wildflowers throughout the tour whilst they are in season. Varieties include the orange flowering Christmas Tree, Kangaroo Paw, Banksia, Wattle and Everlastings.

Full Day - Wave Rock, York, Wildflower & Aboriginal Culture

  • York: Situated in the Avon Valley, York is one of Western Australia’s most picturesque towns with charming architecture. This town was the first inland European settlement in Western Australia, founded back in 1831. Be sure to take a short stroll along the main town strip and see many of the old buildings which are still in use today.
  • Dog Cemetery: Here you will find owners loving memories of their faithful four legged companions. Stroll through the cemetery and see the elaborate headstones and touching messages.
  • Hippos Yawn: Another rocky outcrop in the area, named because of its resemblance to a hippopotamus yawning.
  • The Humps: View the Aboriginal artwork at ‘The Humps,’ a large granite formation.
  • Mulka’s Cave: Hear the Aboriginal legend of Mulka and view the imprints of his hands which can still be seen in the cave today.
  • Wave Rock: East of Perth you will find Wave Rock, a giant surf like landmark of multi-coloured granite which is over 2700 million year old. This natural monument is so iconic as it appears to crash into the ground below – creating a wave like landscape.
  • Wildlife Park and Antique Lace Collection: If time permits wander through the wildlife park where you can enjoy time seeing kangaroos, emus, wallabies, wombats, koalas, lizards and a wide range of birds. Alternatively view the antique lace collection, dating back to the 1600’s. These hand and machine made lace products are housed in beautiful hand crafted cabinets.
  • Wildflowers (Seasonal): Stop to view wildflowers throughout the tour whilst they are in season. Varieties include the orange flowering Christmas Tree, Kangaroo Paw, Banksia, Wattle and Everlastings.
  • Departs Perth 8:00am Tue, Wed, Fri Sun
    Finishes 8:30pm (approximately)

Margaret River, Eagles, Caves, Wine & Busselton Jetty with Lunch

  • Departs Perth 8:00am Daily Apr & Sept-Mar; May-Aug: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat
    Finishes 9:30pm (approximately)
  • Busselton Jetty: The longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere can be found in Busselton, stretching 1.8 kilometres across the idyllic Geographe Bay.
  • Margaret River Brewery: Indulge in a lunch of local Margaret River Wine Region produce and complimentary beer tastings.
  • Mammoth Cave: Take a guided tour through this gothic like cave with vast chambers full of amazing formations. The cave will reveal a fascinating range of information about the flora and fauna of this region.
  • Boranup Forest: Drive through this beautiful forest region, home to the pale barked Karri Trees reaching up to 60 metres in height. This forest is a re-growth forest which is over 100 years old and stretching several kilometres.
  • Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse: Situated at the most south westerly tip of Australia is the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. The lighthouse stands 39 metres in height from ground level and 56 metres above sea level, shining out over the landscape for 48 kilometres.
  • Margaret River Winery: The first significant planting of vines in the region was in 1967, indulge in a wine tasting and discover why Margaret River is regarded as one of Australia’s greatest wine producing regions.
  • Margaret River Township: Enjoy some brief free time to explore the quaint shops and chic cafes of the area. You will also find craft work created by locals and an array of specialty shops.

Swan Valley, Wildflower, New Narcia Benedictine with Lunch

  • Departs Perth 8.00am Wed, Thu
    Finishes 6:00pm (approximately)
  • New Norcia Museum and Art Gallery: A little piece of Spain comes alive in this town, full of history, art and architecture. The town’s main attraction is the museum and art gallery. In the museum you will find extraordinary artefacts dating back to when New Norcia was an Aboriginal mission, a hub for farming and a diverse town for education and culture.
  • New Norcia Abbey Church and St Gertrude’s College: The Abbey Church is home to one of only two large Moser organs, originally crafted in Germany, this organ was imported to Australia in the 1920s. Visit St Gertrude’s College, a grand gothic style building which was originally built as a girls boarding school and opened in 1908.
  • New Norcia Hotel: The New Norcia Hotel is an iconic landmark of the town filled with fascinating antique history. Whilst here enjoy a delicious fish and chips lunch with the opportunity to purchase a taster of the famous Abbey Ale.
  • Swan Valley Wine Region: The closest wine region to any capital city in Australia. The Swan Valley is world renowned for it’s long standing history in Western Australia’s wine industry, it is also commonly referred to as Perth’s Valley of Taste filled with a variety of providores offering such delights as chocolate, nougat and gourmet nuts.
  • Wildflowers (Seasonal): Stop to view wildflowers throughout the tour whilst they are in season. Varieties include the orange flowering Christmas Tree, Kangaroo Paw, Banksia, Wattle and Everlastings.

Full Day - Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

  • Departs Perth 8:00am Tue
    Finishes 10:30pm (approximately)
  • Donnybrook: Travel through this unique town known as the ‘Apple Capital’ of the South West and if time permits be sure to buy yourself some delicious local produce.
  • Diamond Tree: This 51 metre tall Karri tree has been operating as a fire lookout for over 70 years, following its construction in the 1940s. If you are up for a challenge, have a go at climbing up along the metal spikes of this magnificent tree – the breathtaking view from the top of the lookout is absolutely worth it!
  • Valley of the Giants: Get up close and personal with these 400 year old giants of the south-west Tingle Forest Region. With a maximum highest point of 40 metres, this 600 metre treetop canopy and gradually elevated walkway is suitable for all ages.
  • Ancient Empire: Featuring a grove of tingle trees the Ancient Empire is a picturesque walk, be in awe at the sheer size of these giants, with some of the trees circumferences spanning up to 16 metres.
  • William Bay: View the famously stunning coastal scenery and windswept rocky shores of William Bay.
  • Kodja Place: Rich in cultural history the Kodja Place Visitor Centre features an informative display and insight into the traditional Noongar history of the area and their life as a tight knit community.

Day 4

SIC transfer to Perth Airport

What's Included

  • 3 nights accommodation at choice of hotel with daily breakfast
  • Admission and/or sightseeing as per itinerary
  • All transfers as per itinerary

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