Duration: 3 Hours
Overview: Discover the sights and delights of Perth's Swan River. Enjoy complimentary tasting of wines from Western Australia while the Captain points out many areas of interest including the Swan Brewery at the foot of King's Park, Royal Perth Yacht Club, the magnificent homes overlooking the river and Fremantle's busy inner harbor. On the return trip, tea or coffee will be served.
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: This park is just 15 km from the city centre, at the entrance of the Swan Valley. It features about 200 species and more than 2000 head of animals, birds and reptiles, all in a walk-through or walk-in environment. Enter enclosures, feed the kangaroos, touch a koala's fur, and have your photo taken with an animal. The star of the show is Big Bubs the Wombat which you can touch and hold. At the farm show, see sheep shearing demonstrations, working sheep dogs, stockman on horseback, billy swinging, whip cracking, and more. Return to Perth.
Duration: 11 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Head north through the Swan Valley to Caversham Wildlife Park, stop, view and photograph koalas and hand feed kangaroos. Visit the fishing settlement of Lancelin before the thrill of 4-wheel driving in the giant 4WD over massive sand dunes and try sand boarding. Travel along quiet back roads where kangaroos and emus are often spotted. Continue to Cervantes for lunch and then to the Nambung National Park, home of the amazing Pinnacles Desert. Enjoy an easy paced walk with your driver guide here. Return to Perth.
Duration: 12 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Drive through the Darling Ranges and enjoy morning tea (own expense) at York. Continue to Hyden and Wave Rock. Visit Hippo's Yawn, an unusual natural rock formation and join an Aboriginal cultural tour of Wave Rock. Discover special sacred sites, including Gnamma Holes (water reservoirs). Visit a Wildlife Park or alternatively view the unique Antique Lace Collection. Then view other rock formations including the Humps, a camel hump - like granite rock and finally Mulka's Cave and learn about the ancient Aboriginal cave paintings. See spectacular native wild flowers during September to November on your journey back to Perth.
Duration: 14 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Heading south stop at Donnybrook for morning tea (own expense). Enjoy scenic touring through Blackwood River Valley and historic towns of Balingup & Bridgetown. Stop at the 51 m tall Diamond Tree to climb to the wooden watch cabin near the top. After a picnic lunch, drive through karri forest to the Valley of the Giants to enjoy the Tree Top Walk, a 400 m long elevated walkway through the canopy gradually reaching up to 40 m above ground. Continue along the coast to Denmark, travelling via Mt Barker and Kojonup where you stop for tea (own expense) at The Kodja Place Visitors Centre.
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