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Our most recommended Western Australia Segway Tours

Perth Riverside Segway Tour

1. Perth Riverside Segway Tour

See the highlights of Perth on a 1-hour Segway tour along the city’s beautiful riverfront. Cruise along the Swan River, covering more ground than you would on a walking tour. Ride past the Perth Bell Tower and continue to the amazing new Elizabeth Quay. Explore John Oldham Park with its stunning waterfall and fountains. The tour loops back across the amazing Elizabeth Quay suspension bridge to the starting point. Tour guides are all accredited, with some having won state and national awards. Hear about the history of Perth and current events and learn about other things to do while you’re visiting the city.

From Perth or Fremantle: Rottnest Explorer Segway Tour

2. From Perth or Fremantle: Rottnest Explorer Segway Tour

The experience includes your ferry transfer from either Perth or Fremantle, depending on the option chosen. Arrive at Rottnest Island and immediately feel immersed in the relaxed, holiday vibe of this idyllic location. Meet your friendly guide and get kitted out with the necessary gear for your Segway tour, then embark on a 1-hour island adventure. Glide along the spectacular Thomson Bay, admiring the boats and bathers, before reaching the iconic Rottnest Pub. Listen to stories about the island’s Colonial settlement, which dates back to the early 1800s. Leave the settlement and follow the coastal path, visiting popular bays and beaches along the way. The tour concludes at Kingstown Barracks, after which you can spend the rest of the day exploring on your own. Why not cool off from the heat and dive into the pristine island waters, or go in search of cute quokkas.

Perth Segway 1.5 Hour Kings Park Tour

3. Perth Segway 1.5 Hour Kings Park Tour

To begin, your experienced guide will ensure that you are confident and ready to ride your Segway. Outfitted with wireless headsets,every guest will hear commentary during the 90-minute tour. Travel up Mt Eliza from the city and enter Kings Park through leafy green, bush pathways leading into an avenue of trees bearing the names of Western Australia’s fallen soldiers. Suddenly you are surrounded by natural bushland with beautiful earthy smells and clean fresh air. Birds and animals abound as you cruise through secluded parts of the park. Almost as quickly, enter open parkland with vistas overlooking the picturesque Swan River and spend some time taking amazing photos. Cruise through the Botanic gardens and on to the Boab Tree where your guide will relay stories of how the Park evolved and also future plans.  Wildflowers, which are often unique to Western Australia, are pointed out in every different shape and color. These are everywhere in the Park most of the year and especially in spring season. On your return to the city, glide along the tree filled streets revealing historical buildings and places of interest; a wonderfully relaxing ride with nothing to do but enjoy the fresh air and take in the beautiful Parklands and magnificent river views. 

Perth Segway 1.5-Hour East Tour

4. Perth Segway 1.5-Hour East Tour

Get to know Perth in a whole new way, exploring the picturesque eastern foreshore of the Swan River and discover Perth’s hidden gems off the usual tourist route. From the central location of Barrack Square, your entertaining guide will train you in the simple operation of a Segway. Anyone can do it. Each guest will receive a helmet outfitted with a wireless headset to hear full commentary and in no time, you will be off. Your journey takes you along the eastern foreshore of Perth’s pristine Swan River through an urban wetland, a haven for native birds on the urban fringe of the CBD. Keep an eye out for dolphins and Western Australia’s iconic black swans. Sports fans will recognize the historic Western Australian Cricket ground, known as the WACA, as we follow the foreshore to see Perth’s newest venue, Perth Stadium, adjacent to Western Australia’s only casino complex, the internationally renowned Crown Casino. Just off the foreshore route is the small inlet, Claisebrook Cove, one of Perth’s hidden gems. A hub of riverside cafes, bars and elegant homes, you could be forgiven for imagining yourself in a quaint European village.  As you meander back through East Perth to the city, your route passes some of the city’s most beautiful heritage buildings including the famous Perth Mint, historic Government House and the lush Supreme Court Gardens with time to stop in some of Perth’s best photo locations. In just 90 minutes, you will travel 12 km. This tour is a wonderful introduction to some of Perth’s most beautiful locations that will encourage a second visit.

Rottnest Island Segway 1.5-Hour Fortress Adventure Tour

5. Rottnest Island Segway 1.5-Hour Fortress Adventure Tour

Rottnest Island is an idyllic playground for the locals of Perth. Just a 25 minute Ferry journey from Fremantle or 40 minutes from Hillarys Boat Harbour, you’ll be at the island in no time. You will find stunning beaches, pristine turquoise coloured water, and an untouched environment there. Home to the Quokka and many other native species. This Segway adventure takes you off-road to some of Rottnest’s most scenic places. Get to know your Segway in an off-road experience area before embarking on an amazing tour. Delve into the military heritage of Rottnest and its pivotal role in the defence of Fremantle Harbor. Visit the Bickley Battery gun emplacements and Jubilee Hill lookout, and learn how important Rottnest Island was in defence strategy during World War II. You’ll also have time to appreciate the pristine coastline and natural environment during your tour, pausing for photographs along the way. The tour guides are all accredited, with some having won state and national awards. They’ll tell you about the rich and diverse history of the Rottnest Island and point you in the right direction for other things to do while you’re on the Island. No experience is required. Segways are easy to ride and you'll be trained to ride with confidence before beginning the tours. Suitable for children 12 years old and over. There is no upper age limit.

Rottnest Island Segway 1-Hour Settlement Tour

6. Rottnest Island Segway 1-Hour Settlement Tour

Rottnest Island is an idyllic playground for the locals of Perth. Just a 25 minute Ferry journey from Fremantle or 40 minutes from Hillarys Boat Harbour, you’ll be at the island in no time. It has stunning beaches, pristine turquoise coloured water, and an untouched environment. Home to the Quokka and many other native species. After being trained to safely ride and operate your Segway, you will be taken on a journey of exploration through the Thomson Bay Settlement. Learn about the amazing and sometimes controversial history of this pristine island. Cruise on your Segway and absorb the picturesque vistas of the natural beauty of the island. From the stunning white sands of Bickley Bay to the view the turquoise waters from the Bathurst Lighthouse, what you experience will leave you spellbound and wanting more. The tour guides are all accredited, with some having won state and national awards. They’ll tell you about the rich and diverse history of Rottnest Island and point you in the right direction for other things to do while you’re on the Island. Segway Tours WA has won State and National Awards, and are accredited with the Tourism Council of Western Australia. No experience is required. Segways are easy to ride and you'll be trained to ride with confidence before beginning the tours. Suitable for children 12 years old and over. There is no upper age limit.

Rottnest Fortress Adventure Segway Package

7. Rottnest Fortress Adventure Segway Package

Enjoy a unique journey through Rottnest Fortress on this 1.5-hour Segway tour. Go off road and explore Rottnest Island’s most spectacular bays, beaches and attractions on a Segway built for adventure.  Delve into the fascinating military history of Rottnest Island and visit the Bickley Battery gun emplacements and Jubilee lookout. View the natural habitat of the island as well as the pristine beaches and secluded bays, where there is plenty of stunning photo locations to stop at. The tour concludes back at Kingstown Barracks where you will have free time to do as you please.

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 65 reviews

This was the very first time trying a Segway and my wife was very nervous. We didn't have to worry about anything because our guide AMY was absolutely wonderful. She was so friendly and kind and encouraging for the whole hour of our tour. She had the patience of a saint.... we especially loved how every step of the way and when we went up and down hills and so forth that she kept checking on us and reminding us on what to do.We highly recommend this activity and next time we do it we will be taking the longer tour as an hour was not enough.It was so much fun, we didn't want to get off.

Sooo much fun! Thoroughly recommend. Justin was a fabulous guide and looked after us all the way! Five Stars for sure!!!

A great activity for travelers and locals alike-something new and different while getting to enjoy a tour of the city

Fabulous town centre tour and learning more of the history of the island. easy to operate and lots of fun!!

It was a lot of fun ,had a blast ,really loved it ❤️