The Western state of Australia accounts for one third of the whole country and boasts 20000 kilometres of pristine coastlines. The world’s oldest mines and a host of natural treasures found no where else on earth. Incredibly, Western Australia indigenous Aboriginal culture dates back more than 40000 years making it one of the worlds oldest cultures.
At a glance
- See the city of Perth
- Kick back on Rottnest island
- Discover the history of Fremantle
- See the natural wonders of the Pinnacles dessert
Welcome to Perth get settled into your accommodation and enjoy some shopping at Murray and Hay street malls. In the evening arrive to King’s Park Perth’s natural bushland, ornamental lakes, grand lookouts and sculpted botanic gardens.
Get to explore the city of Perth today. Your first stop will be in Elizabeth Quay. Elizabeth Quay is the centrepiece of a bold plan to revitalise Perth and embrace one of Perth’s best natural assets- the Swan River. There is an array of attractions including the island playground, the BHP Billiton Water Park, public artwork, promenades, open spaces and new food and beverage outlets. Have breakfast at the Isle of Voyage and get impressive city views. Afterwards prepare yourself for a Segway tour of the city.
Cruise the beautiful Swan river and soak up the sights. The tour guide will tell you the thrilling and fascinating stories about Perth. Take a tour at Wills Creek Pearls at award winning Pearl farm. Discover the journey of the pearl of Western Australia from shell to showroom. In the afternoon get back on your feet by taking a walking tour with two feet and a heartbeat walking tour. The tour will conclude at Yagan Square.
Today you will be visiting Rottnest island a relaxing and family-friendly island holiday just off the coast of Western Australia. Kick back on soft sand beaches, see abundant marine life. See most of the island on Sealink Rottnest island. When your out and about try to spot the native Quokkas the happiest little animal on earth. You will get the opportunity to see the island by bike with pedal and flipper.
Take the afternoon to discover Fremantle which is renowned for its fabulous seafood cosmopolitan street life and historic gold rush era architecture including the Fremantle markets. In the evening arrive at Fremantle prison for your guided prison tour. Get acquainted with Fremantle's colonial past and venture in to the World Heritage Fremantle Prison, where you'll hear rollicking tales of Irish escapees and cheeky bushrangers; add drama by going at night.
Get outside the city this morning to the the Nambung National Park and visit the Pinnacles desert. Located in the midst of thousands of huge limestones pillars rise from a stark landscape of yellow sand to form one of Australia’s most intriguing landscapes. Enjoy a lobster lunch at the Lobster shack where you will experience a guided tour of the factory.
In the afternoon travel to Lancelin a small fishing town nestled between the ocean and sand dunes white dunes, clean beaches and relaxed seaside lifestyle, head out to the sand dunes for some fun downhill Check into Peppers Kings Square with its central location. Enjoy dinner at Lot Twenty which was originally an old police station.
This morning visit Caversham wildlife a WA family owned and operated wildlife park featuring more than 2000 heads of animal’s birds and reptiles. Afterwards you will arrive at Mandoon estate and proceed to cellar door where you will experience some wine tasting at Western Australia’s most awarded wines. It is the desire of Mandoon Estate to preserve the cultural and historical heritage of this property as well as demonstrate the full potential of the Swan Valley as a significant wine producing region.
End your Western Australian adventure by discovering some local business at Mondo Nougat and Morish nuts. Stop at House of Honey enjoy some honey tasting which proudly specialises in raw, pure, unpasteurised and undulated varietal honeys. Your last stop will be at Whistlers Chocolate company which is a family owned business in operation for over 40 years.