Western Australia
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  • Perth Harvest Your Own Pearl Experience with Refreshments

    1. Perth Harvest Your Own Pearl Experience with Refreshments

    Enjoy refreshments of Margaret River sparkling wine and the rare delicacy of pearl meat canapes as you learn about why the finest pearls in the world grow in Western Australia. Discover the history of pearling to the intricate practices of modern-day cultured pearl farming. You’ll then be invited to harvest your very own pearl, straight from its oyster. Due to the nature of pearl farming, the value of the pearl is unknown until the time it is harvested. The pearl could range from $500 up to $5,000, and is yours to keep. After the pearl has been harvested, learn about the grading process and take the opportunity to have your pearl made into a stunning piece of jewelry.

  • Margaret River: Lake Cave Fully-Guided Tour

    2. Margaret River: Lake Cave Fully-Guided Tour

    Lake Cave, a stunning and perfectly-preserved chamber deep beneath the earth, is a must-see for all visitors to Margaret River. Descend a long staircase through a spectacular sinkhole to the floor of the sunken forest, gazing up at the towering karri trees along the way. Inside the cave, a tranquil lake reflects delicate crystal formations growing from the cave's ceiling. Droplets hang from the tips of straws and stalactites before falling to the floor or into the lake, creating ripples in the water. Marvel at the unique suspended table formation, which weighs several tons and seems to defy gravity as it hovers above the clear lake water. As your guide changes the focus of the light to different features within the cave, incredible views and silhouettes appear etched in the darkness.

    Loved it, would definitely recommend people to visit. The cave was just absolutely beautiful

  • Augusta: Jewel Cave Fully-Guided Tour

    3. Augusta: Jewel Cave Fully-Guided Tour

    Jewel Cave is the largest show cave in Western Australia, composed of three massive chambers. Visitors are immediately in awe of the sheer enormity of the first chamber, which is also home to one of the longest straw stalactites found in any tourist cave in Australia. Towering crystal formations, growing for many thousands of years, reach up towards delicate and intricate decorations suspended like vines across the ceiling. Hear stories of the "Tasmanian tiger" fossils found in the cave — these animals perished in the darkness after falling into the cave thousands of years ago. After exiting the cave, you'll have the option to take a self-guided walk through the towering karri forest above, during which you'll pass by the natural entrance to the cave, a small vertical shaft in the forest floor.

    Our guide was really good. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour & the cave was amazing. Thank you

  • Margaret River: Full-Day Wine Tour

    4. Margaret River: Full-Day Wine Tour

    Enjoy an indulgent escape in Margaret River where you can relax and unwind on an idyllic day trip that is luxurious and exciting, while remaining affordable. You will visit places that locals choose to visit themselves so you can engage with passionate and inspiring local business owners and indulge in the delights Margaret River has to offer. Tour Highlights: Yahava Koffeeworks: A stop at Yahava Koffeeworks in Margaret River is the perfect start to the journey, as it’s sure to give you plenty of energy for the exciting day ahead. Yahava is a well-loved, local WA company that sources coffee beans from all around the globe. They offer a range of different coffees for you to try on their tasting benches, and an expert will walk you through the options while explaining how each cup is brewed - you can even watch the beans being freshly roasted right in front of you. For those of you who ar...

    It was a nice day overall. the only sour point for us was that we "didnt have time" to go to "Vasse Virgin", before we went to Wild Hop Brewery. It was disappointing because a few of us were really looking forward to that. We would have spent money there. I just think if you pay $123 for a tour and the places are set before the day, you should go to every place. So essentially we paid for a place that we didn't get to see. Anyway, all the wineries were nice and the food was great. Wild Hop brewery was ok but we were all a bit beat by that time.

  • Perth: 1.5 hour Optus Stadium Guided Tour

    5. Perth: 1.5 hour Optus Stadium Guided Tour

    See the best of Optus Stadium on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour! Discover Perth's new state-of-the-art stadium on a 1.5-hour guided tour. The stadium is located in Burswood, a 10 to 15 minute drive from Perth CBD.  Make your own way to the stadium by taxi, walking, or bicycle. Enjoy a coffee or treat at City View cafe, before or after your Stadium Tour. Check-in at stadium Gate D at least 10-minutes prior to your tour start time. Head off with your guide to walk around the most state-of-the-art stadium in the southern hemisphere.  You will be treated to breathtaking views of the playing surface, the Swan River and Perth city from the Stadium’s highest vantage point. Experience the inner sanctum with behind-the-scenes change-room, locker room, and coaches' room access. Discover sports memorabilia detailing WA’s rich sporting history along the way. Remember your camera because ther...

    Absolutely fantastic Mishy was a great guide could not fault it thanks.The guide very good

  • Broome: Cape Leveque, Indigenous Communities and Sea Safari

    6. Broome: Cape Leveque, Indigenous Communities and Sea Safari

    After pickup from your hotel in Broome, head north on Cape Leveque Road. Travelling over rugged terrain on the unsealed sections of the road, your first stop will be the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Visit the famous Sacred Heart Church, with its exquisite Pearl Shell Altar, built in 1918 by the Pallottine Monks. Heading further north to One Arm Point, also known as Ardyaloon, visit another remote indigenous community, with amazing views of the Buccaneer Archipelago. Here you will enjoy a guided visit of the Trochus Shell Hatchery & Aquaculture Centre. Get an insight into aquaculture and the strong connection the Bardi Jawi have to their country as saltwater people. Marvel at the diverse range of locally-crafted products and beautiful polished shells, which are also available to buy as a souvenir. Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm ,where you will tuck into a chef-prepared lunch, f...

  • From Perth or Fremantle: Rottnest Explorer Segway Tour

    7. 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.

    loved this tour! The tour guide was very knowledgeable and informative about the landmarks , she even took us to a secret quokka hang out and helped us take photos on our segways - would highly recommend this tour to everyone

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

    8. 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 Riv...

  • Bremer Bay: Bremer Canyon Killer Whale Expedition

    9. Bremer Bay: Bremer Canyon Killer Whale Expedition

    Step onboard the Alison Maree and begin your day with an exciting and informative multimedia presentation detailing killer whale biology and ecology, as well as information about the other marine life you may encounter. Then, cruise to the only location in Australia where you can reliably encounter Killer Whales in the wild, a journey of around 1.5-hours. Your day of unforgettable encounters is fully catered, with morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided, and unlimited hot and cold beverages.

  • Bunbury: Swim with Dolphins Tour

    10. Bunbury: Swim with Dolphins Tour

    On this tour, you are given the opportunity to swim with the wild Bottlenose Dolphins in their own environment. Accompanied by an experienced guide and trained volunteers you will venture into the open waters of Koombana Bay. Depending on dolphin sightings you will be guided into the water where the dolphins may elect to initiate interaction with the swimmers. As they are wild dolphins, interaction cannot be guaranteed.

    Incredible experience. I'm not a confident snorkeler but felt incredibly safe and comfortable.

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What people are saying about Western Australia

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 245 reviews

Really interesting and informative. Pete the guide was able to provide great background commentary and point out lots of things that would otherwise be missed. Great value for money.

Visiting the caves was a real eye opener. Our guide was very useful and had lots of interesting information about the caves and their history. Would definitely come back.

Loved it, would definitely recommend people to visit. The cave was just absolutely beautiful

The cave was beautiful and worth the money.The guide Josh was fabulous.

Really good choice of venues, good company on a small group tour.