Western Australia Bus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Western Australia Bus & minivan tours

Perth: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Ticket

1. Perth: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Bus Ticket

Enjoy bird's-eye views of Kings Park and Perth's many other attractions. Take photos from the open top deck-viewing platform. Jump on the bus at any of the 12 conveniently located stops around the city. Your 24 or 48-hour ticket also includes a tour around Kings Park. A complete circuit takes 2 hours. Buses run every hour. There’s shade on the top deck and air-conditioning downstairs, so you’ll be comfortable regardless of the weather. Tour Highlights: • Kings Park and Botanic Gardens • Northbridge • Crown Perth • Elizabeth Quay • The WACA • The Bell Tower • The Perth Mint • The Swan River • Museum & Art Gallery of WA • Perth Town Hall • Water Town Discount Shopping Complex • Perth City Shopping Malls

Perth Hop-on Hop-Off Bus Tour & Perth Mint Entry Ticket

2. Perth Hop-on Hop-Off Bus Tour & Perth Mint Entry Ticket

Climb aboard the open top, double decker hop-on hop-off bus at 9:15 am at Barrack Street Jetty for a jaunt around the city. Jump off at Stop 6 for the Perth Mint and take the Gold Exhibition tour of one of Western Australia's premier attractions. Your visit to this grand heritage building gives you the opportunity to get your hands on some real bullion, view some of the world’s largest gold nuggets and oldest gold coins, really find out if you are worth your weight in gold, and witness the fiery liquid gold pour of an ingot. Your tour includes an exclusive Commemorative Medallion that can be stamped during your visit. Rejoin the bus tour to enjoy the best sights of Perth & Kings Park from the top of an iconic open top double decker bus. No other tour vehicle can offer such a bird’s eye view of all the top attractions. Enjoy a full commentary as experienced and professional drivers take you on a tour of the beautiful city and park. The tour includes Kings Park, Northbridge, Crown Perth, Elizabeth Quay, Bell Tower, city shopping malls, The Mint, Art Gallery and discount shopping at Watertown. Your ticket is valid for 48 hours from the time you first board and includes a tour around Kings Park. A full tour takes approximately 2 hours and you can also use the hop on hop off facility if you wish.

Rottnest Island Grand Bus & Train Tour

3. Rottnest Island Grand Bus & Train Tour

Get a comprehensive overview of the nature reserve of Rottnest Island on an amazing bus tour to all the natural attractions and habitats. Travel in air conditioned comfort and get closer to the flora and fauna, including the lovable quokka. See stunning beaches, beautiful woodlands and incredible salt lakes. Climb aboard for an historic train ride. Visit all the must-see locations, including the Wadjemup Lighthouse, Henrietta Rocks, Oliver Hill Gun Fortification and Tunnels. Go to the majestic look-out point at Cathedral Rocks and Cape Vlamingh and marvel at the panoramic views. Explore the maritime and military history of the island, up to future developments and programs. Avail of a few hours to explore the island settlement further, or just relax and enjoy a drink at the Rottnest Quokka Arms Pub.

Perth Hop-on Hop-Off Bus Tour with Bell Tower Entry Ticket

4. Perth Hop-on Hop-Off Bus Tour with Bell Tower Entry Ticket

Combine a premium 48-hour ticket on the open top double decker hop-on hop-off bus with a visit to the Bell Tower, one of Perth's most iconic landmarks. Located on Riverside Drive overlooking the picturesque Swan River, The Bell Tower is one of Perth's most unique and must see tourist attractions. Filled with fascinating historic content and boasting a unique and distinctive design, it has become an icon of Perth. Experience the sound and spectacle of one of the most historic rings in the world and enjoy a behind the scenes look at the bell ringing chamber. You might even get a chance to chime one of the famous bells yourself! Tours of The Bell Tower depart Monday to Saturday, every half hour, 10.30am - 2.30pm (excluding Monday and Thursday 12 pm and 1 pm). Have a go at playing your national anthem on the Carillon situated on the observation deck, with magnificent views over the Swan River and Elizabeth Quay. Then, enjoy the best sights of Perth & Kings Park on top of an iconic open top double decker bus. No other tour vehicle can offer such a bird’s eye view of all the top attractions. Enjoy a full commentary as experienced and professional drivers take you on a tour of the beautiful city and park. The tour includes Kings Park, Northbridge, Crown Perth, Elizabeth Quay, Bell Tower, city shopping malls, The Mint, Art Gallery and discount shopping at Watertown. A full tour takes approximately 2 hours and you can also use the hop on hop off facility if you wish.

Swan Valley Wineries Tasting Tour and River Cruise

5. Swan Valley Wineries Tasting Tour and River Cruise

Taste the acclaimed wines of the beautiful Swan Valley on a perfect afternoon tour from Perth. Journey by bus from the Wellington Street tourist stand and drive through the lovely landscapes of Western Australia on the way to the wine lands. Visit two boutique wineries to sample a selection of local wines with mouthwatering cheeses. Visit a chocolate company to enjoy some delicious chocolates. Then, take a serene boat cruise back to Perth aboard a luxury, single-level cruiser. Sit back and relax with wine and entertainment as you glide gently back to Barrack Square in plenty of time for your evening arrangements.

Half-Day Morning Perth & Fremantle City Explorer

6. Half-Day Morning Perth & Fremantle City Explorer

This great taster tour takes place in Perth and Fremantle, and affords you the opportunity to drive around these iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalized Perth CBD, passing the new state of the art Optus Stadium, Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA), Elizabeth Quay and the Perth Mint. Then its on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you will have time to explore this beautiful park or take in the stunning views from the war memorial back over the City Skyline. Continue through to the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaire’s Row before passing Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle viewing the impressive facades of this heritage listed city including a brief stop. Return to Perth at approximately 12.30pm or take an optional river cruise (subject to availability) to travel back to Perth with an early afternoon arrival time.

Perth: Perth and Fremantle City Highlights Tour

7. Perth: Perth and Fremantle City Highlights Tour

Discover Perth, the sunniest city in Australia, and the maritime city of Fremantle on a guided tour. Explore the unique flora of Kings Park, the contrasting architecture of Saint Georges Terrace, and the modern development of Elizabeth Quay. Then, marvel at Fremantle's old colonial buildings. After hotel pickup, begin your tour of Perth at Kings Park, one of the world's largest inner city parks. Take in a magnificent view of the city, Swan River, and the Darling Ranges. Enjoy some time to take a pleasant stroll through this beautiful native park and learn about the city from your guide. Next, head to downtown Perth to see the shopping and business areas as well as Saint Georges Terrace, the financial center, where you can find a contrast of old and new architecture. Continue the drive through some of the best residential areas of Perth along the Swan River to the Indian Ocean. Then, arrive at Fremantle, your final destination. Admire the old colonial buildings and discover why this City is known for its harmonious combination of culture, maritime history, and entertainment. Discover the famous market before leaving your guide and making your own way back to Perth.

Albany: History and Highlights Tour

8. Albany: History and Highlights Tour

Curving around Mt Adelaide view the expanse of King George Sound. Breaksea Island comes into view, and stories of the construction of the lighthouse and its connection to the ANZAC narrative are revealed. Discover the role Albany played in the ANZAC campaign and visit the National ANZAC Center. Enjoy a break for tea and scones. In the historic precinct journey under the shade of trees planted to remember fallen soldiers, the Avenue of Honour leads to the Memorial of the Desert Mounted Corps. The dawn service is Padre White’s story. Take in the view from the summit, an easy and accessible walk. At Middleton Beach, pause a moment to absorb the vista of the ocean and perhaps, if lucky, a glimpse of sheltering whales and calves. Traveling into the city center, pass by the oldest farm in Western Australia and learn of the contribution it made to the social life and nourishment of the early community; a property with a chequered history.  Visit one of the earliest homes in Australia at Patrick Taylor Cottage. Could Albany have belonged to France?  British intervention soon put a stop to that!  Landmarks abound with the stamp of British settlement established in the early 1800’s. Hear about the treacherous voyage in the cramped quarters of The Brig Amity and its arrival, in Albany, on Christmas Day 1826.

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4.6 / 5

based on 1,278 reviews

I couldn’t recommend this experience highly enough, our guide was very knowledgeable and was able to answer every question asked of her. We were given a comprehensive tour of the stadium from the coaches bench to the most comfortable seats available.

Informative, The driver was lovely and helpful. We were able to see the city and make decisions about our day based on the east navigation /information of the tour.

An amazing stadium and we had a fantastic tour guide (Bruce) who connected to everyone in our tour and made it an interesting and fun experience. Well worth doing.

Open air bus Full insight into history and facts of Perth . Didn’t realise my motel was on the route.

This is an excellent tour got our Perth trip to a great start!