Western Australia tours  

Experiences in Australia
 

Western Australia is big! To explore we do suggest that you check out one of the many Western Australian tours we have available, just search and browse below bit do book before you arrive for the best tours.

 

Perth tours
Broome tours
Espernace tours
Margaret Rice tour

 

Some of the popular Western Australia tours we describe below.

Broome
One of Western Australia's most interesting towns, Broome has history galore, the pearling industry and one of the best sunsets in the world. Get picked up from your hotel or motel and driven around to see the sights including Chinatown, a brewery with its famous ales and ginger beer. Witness the effects of Broome's one-day war with its wartime buildings and Japanese cemetery. Out of town you'll discover the dinosaur footprints and then as the day winds down, you'll board your camel and ride along the famous Cable Beach and watch that spectacular sunset. Enjoy a glass and a nibble in a truly spectacular setting.

Broome tours

Perth
If new to this city, try a bus tour with guided commentary. Your ticket lasts for two days and you can hop on and off the bus whenever you choose. See a site you fancy? No problem, hop off and explore then catch the bus as it comes around again. Some of the stopping places are Kings Park with a fabulous view looking down on the city, the Perth Mint and the Burswood Casino. This is a no hassle way of getting to know Perth. If you can't fit in all you want to see and do on day 1, no problem because your ticket lasts for two days.

Perth travel guide

Rottnest Island
Travel overseas for some 40 minutes to the fascinating island known as Rotto. You cruise down the Swan River enjoying the sights of posh Perth then enjoy a day on the Island. You sail around checking the cove and beaches. There is a baker's dozen worth of shipwrecks so the place has history galore. You can swim in the crystal clear Indian Ocean and snorkel. Check out the dolphins and seals or the Rotto'sindigenous mammals, the quokkas. Main mode of transport is the bicycle with rush hour taking place in the pub and restaurants. Enjoy a wine tasting on the homeward leg.

Margaret River
If you only have a day to visit from your base in Perth, take the tour to Margaret River. It has some amazing adventures. You'll enjoy great surf where two mighty oceans collide, unbelievable forests where the giant Karri trees tickle the sky, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere at Busselton and hundreds of magnificent limestone caves. If you fancy fine wine and superb cheese then this is the spot. The natural produce here is to die for. The coastline is interesting as are the birds and sea creatures you'll see en route. Finish with a wine tasting before your coach returns you to Perth.

Kununurra and Bungle Bungle
The names evoke mystery and adventure and the sights will linger long in your memory. Your camera will fall in love with the views. This tour is a two-hour flight over Lake Argyle which is so big you think you're over the ocean. A third of the world's diamonds come from the Argyle mine. The Bungle Bungle Ranges are like giant honeycombs unique to the region. The fabulous Kimberley region and Ord River Dam are simply amazing places. The best way to see this region is by fixed wing aircraft. You can see vast areas of the north-west of Australia and see places unique throughout the world.

Learn the Didgeridoo in Fremantle
This activity will appeal to anyone wanting to know more of the culture of indigenous Australians. Being a local helps as the activity consists of 4 weekly lessons with everything, well the didgeridoo, provided. The course is open to anyone, other than young children, who has a desire to learn to play the instrument. Added benefits include meeting other like-minded people and improving your cardio-vascular condition. Expert breathing is a basic component of the course. By course end you will be able to play a range of rhythmic sounds from the simple to the advanced. This is a chance to master a unique Australian way of life.

 
 
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