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Tours & Attractions


Perth

Perth is the capital Of Western Australia, and is home to around one million people.

The city is situated on the swan river only kilometres from the pristine beaches and is surrounded by the Swan Valley.

Hillarys Boat Harbour

Great shopping, café's, plenty to do for the kids, trampolining, bumper cars, waterslides and heaps more. Here you will find AQWA (WA's premier aquarium), an undersea world like nowhere else on earth.

Rottnest Island

Take a trip to Western Australia's most beautiful island only 18kms of our coast. Enjoy the spectacular coral reefs, sandy beaches, crystal waters and unique wildlife.

It has a range of of activities available to people of all ages, including swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving, cycling, fishing, surfing, sailing and golf just to name a few.

Rottnest is the only place you will find the 'Quokka', a small marsupial, which are also wandering the island.

Take a day trip or stay for a few nights. Ferry regularly leaves from Perth, Fremantle or Hillarys Boat Harbour. We can offer you a free shuttle service to the Ferry.

Kings Park

Here you will see spectacular views or Perth, wander around the park and it is a great place for a picnic lunch. King's Park is full of Native Australian flora.


Fremantle

Known locally as Freo.

Freo has something to offer for everyone - from visiting the old Fremantle Goal, browsing through the weekend markets or taking in some of the history at the museum.

You can even just sit and watch the world go by whilst relaxing and enjoying a coffee on the infamous cappuccino strip.

Swan Valley

Discover Western Australia's most awarded wine producing region.

Some of the renowned wineries include, Houghton's, Sandalford, Sittella, and Caversham. All located within a 15km radius.

Surf Webcams

View Perth's surf reports and live webcams.


Going South

Margaret River

Take in the beautiful sights of Margaret River where WA's biggest surfing event the Margaret River Masters is held and there are fantastic caves to visit.

If you like wine there are many great wineries to go and visit, a unique little brewery called the Bootleg Brewery does a great lunch, then you can wander off to the Chocolate Factory for desert. Margaret River 3 hours from Perth.


Valley of the Giants

Walk the walk through the Valley the giant tingle trees, and explore the Ancient Empire Walk. Valley of the Giants 4.5 hours from Perth.

Gloucester Tree

In the beautiful Pemberton National Park, for those who have no fear of heights you can climb this tree which is around 60m high, the view from the top is spectacular.

Going North

Whale Sharks in Exmouth

Swim with the whale sharks between June & August.


Monkey Mia

Swim with the dolphins.


Going East

Wave Rock

Take a tour through our Central Wheatfield to Hyden, where you can visit the spectacular natural wonder of a rock resembling a wave.

Pinnacles

Visit the unusual, limestone formations that spires from the ground, which make up the pinnacles Deserts, which are only a few hours north of Perth. Pinnacles 2.5 hours from Perth.

 




Scarborough Beach

Scarborough Surf Club