Take a day trip to Rottnest Island, a popular Perth getaway due to its white-sand beaches, secluded bays, scenic bike paths and vehicle-free atmosphere. Travel to the island, just off the coast, by high-speed ferry, and then explore at your leisure with included bike rental. Some options are snorkeling or following the trails to West End, Wadjemup or Bathurst Longhouses, the pink salt lakes or include lunch at Karma Rottnest. When booking, select the option that corresponds to your departure location—either Perth or Fremantle.
The otherworldly landscapes of the Pinnacles Desert are one of Western Australia’s most impressive natural wonders, found just north of Perth in the Nambung National Park. On this tour, admire the Pinnacles at their most magical during a sunset visit, enjoy a candle-lit dinner in the desert, and stay after-dark for a thrilling stargazing experience. Along the way, stop to try sandboarding at the famous Lancelin Sand Dunes, take a guided walk along the banks of Moore River where your tour guide will show plants used by the Aborigines for food and medicine.
From natural landmarks to Aboriginal culture, this day trip from Perth through Western Australia’s wheat belt area introduces you the regional history and geological beauty that lie outside the city. Visit York, the oldest township in Avon Valley; Wave Rock and Hippo’s Yawn, unusual rock formations; Mulka's Cave, an ancient site sacred to Aboriginals; and make a stop for tea in a quaint country town. During the spring months, make plenty of stops to view wildflowers when they’re spotted during the tour.
Explore Broome on a city sightseeing tour that introduces you to interesting attractions like Sun Pictures, the world’s oldest outdoor cinema. Visit Town Beach to learn about Broome’s role in World War II, check out Gantheaume Point for a look at ancient dinosaur footprints, and see Chinatown and the historical port. When booking, you have two options to choose from to end your sightseeing tour—watching the sunset with snacks on Cable Beach or a sunset camel ride along the shore.
Enjoy a fun-packed day exploring Yanchep National Park, the Pinnacles, and Lancelin Sand Dunes on this full-day tour from Perth. See critters including lobsters, koalas, kangaroos, and birds in Yanchep; tour the Lobster Shack factory and enjoy a delicious lunch; walk around the Pinnacles; and try your hand at sandboarding down the dunes in Lancelin. Includes lunch, activities, and round-trip transportation.
Travel to Cape Leveque, the northernmost tip of Western Australia’s Kimberley region, on a 4-wheel-drive day trip from Broome, with the option to return to Broom by plane. As you traverse the remote landscape by 4WD, admire the stark yet stunning scenery of white-sand beaches, red cliffs and the turquoise Indian Ocean. When you reach the cape, enjoy a picnic lunch and time to swim. Select from two options when booking—traveling both ways by 4WD or flying back to Broome, instead, for aerial views.
This Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek 4WD tour from Broome explores two of the Kimberley region’s most popular attractions. After morning tea at a roadhouse along the Fitzroy River, see the historical Boab Prison Tree in Derby, then traverse the 4x4 Gibb River Road to Windjana Gorge National Park. Search for freshwater crocodiles and look for fossils in the ancient reef, part of the Napier Range. After a picnic lunch, follow your guide on foot through an underground labyrinth at Tunnel Creek, with the option to swim in a refreshing watering hole.
Get up close and personal with wild dolphins off the coast of Australia on this exciting tour from Perth. Cruise around small islands and into sheltered bays from Rockingham to interact with dolphins in their natural habitat. Snorkeling equipment is provided, and enjoy the experience with a knowledgeable crew that has befriended more than 200 local dolphins over many years. Their familiarity provides you with a very memorable day on the Indian Ocean.
Spend a full-day exploring Penguin Island, where Western Australia’s largest colony of little penguins make their home. Travel by ferry from Perth to Penguin Island, and see little penguins in the Discovery Centre. Watch sea lions and dolphins during a boat cruise, visit Caversham Wildlife Park to see several Australian native wildlife such as kangaroos, wallabies, and koalas, and experience Australia's ranch life during a farm show, and top it off by stopping at a chocolate factory for tastings.
If you’d prefer not to venture underwater but want to see coral gardens beyond the shore of Ningaloo Reef, take a glass bottom boat tour. This 1-hour experience, which departs near Exmouth, brings you up close to green sea turtles and schools of colorful fish. You’ll enjoy full commentary from a guide.
Visit gravity-defying Wave Rock during this full-day, guided, multi-stop sightseeing tour that includes lunch. Walk along the Avon River near the town of York and cross a swinging bridge and learn about the importance of dogs to farm life in Corrigan. Stand under the undulating Wave Rock, a formation believed to be billions of years old frozen in the shape of a cresting wave. Snap photos at Hippo’s Yawn Cave.
Fly from Geraldton to the Pink Lake on an aerial tour that provides unparalleled views of this natural wonder. You'll follow the coastline, soaring over Port Gregory as you reach the Pink Lake. Learn how the lake gets its distinctive color and enjoy numerous photo opportunities from the air.
Horizontal Waterfalls described by David Attenborough as ‘the 8th Natural Wonder of the World.’
Buccaneer Archipelago, home to 1,000 islands made of Precambrian sandstone over 2 billion years old.
Koolan and Cockatoo Island, home to the world's richest iron ore deposits.
Explore Kooljaman at Cape Leveque with refreshments and a swim. Home of the Bardi Jawi people, one of the only sea faring Aboriginal tribes in Australia.
Coastal return flight along the bays and beaches of the Dampier Peninsula with views of Beagle Bay, James
Price Point, Willie Creek Pearl Farm and Broome's world-famous Cable Beach.
Breakfast/Lunch or Morning/Afternoon tea provided depending on tour departure times.
*The Horizontal Waterfalls is a natural phenomenon which is tide dependent with variable flow. Whilst we do our very best to arrive at a time of optimum flow, we cannot guarantee the amount or level of water flowing through the Horizontal Waterfalls at any given time.
*prices at minimum 4 passengers
Prepare for a day full of adventure. Our final destination, The PINNACLES DESERT, is 200 km North of Perth. Our first stop will be Yanchep Lagoon. The calm and clear water, beautiful beach, with the reef close by, makes this a perfect start to our tour. Our next stopover is Yanchep National Park, home to western grey kangaroos and rich birdlife. The park also has a raised boardwalk among trees inhabited by koalas. Crystal Cave, located within Yanchep National Park, is an underground wonderland full of natural structures including stalagmites, stalactites, columns and flowstones. Next stop is the town of Guilderton, where Moore River meets the Indian Ocean. Pelicans often frequent this beautiful location and the sea is usually turquoise in colour. This stunning place is where we will be having our lunch (sandwiches, snacks and drinks) . We will reach our final destination around 2:30pm and we will have plenty of time to explore the Pinnacles.
Enjoy a 2-hour whale-watching cruise on a comfortable vessel with a naturalist guide. Depart from Augusta or Perth and set out on the waters of Geographe Bay in search of humpback whales and southern right whales, in addition to seals, dolphins, and seabirds. As you go, your guide will provide commentary about the whales and their migration along the coast of western Australia. Your spacious boat is equipped with an underwater camera and hydrophone. Upgrade to the VIP Captain's Lounge for exclusive seating, and complimentary snacks and drinks during your tour.
Visit Perth’s favorite local getaway destination on a day trip to Rottnest Island, located just offshore in the Indian Ocean. Travel to Rottnest by high-speed ferry from either Perth or Fremantle (your choice), and then embark on a sightseeing tour of the island by coach. While you listen to narration from an informative guide, check out landmarks like the West End and Wadjemup Lighthouse. Then enjoy free time in the afternoon to explore the car-free island at your leisure. You may upgrade when booking to include lunch.
Western Australia’s World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Coast has some of the world’s most beautiful reefs swarming with marine life. With this tour, skip generic snorkeling outings and head straight for the elusive whale sharks. Swim with the gentle giants as they make their way along the country’s west coast during their annual migration during the period from March to August.
Go in search of humpback whales in their natural environment on a whale-watching tour from Augusta. You'll hop aboard the Tradewind 3, which features a flybridge for up to 15 people, a spacious bow, a rear deck, and an interior cabin for spotting the humpbacks, as well as possible southern right whales.
Try your luck fishing for snapper, cod and trevally on this full-day deep sea fishing expedition from Perth, including a delicious breakfast and lunch served on-board. Set sail from Hillarys Boat Harbour with your expert crew and cast your line in some of Perth’s best local fishing spots. With all equipment provided, this tour is suitable for all skill levels, including first-timers and the crew will even prepare your fish for you to take home.
Come and enjoy an unforgettable experience with Broome's most loved camels - the Camels in Blue! Experience the iconic Cable Beach in a unique and educational way.
End your day with the perfect 1-hour sunset ride alongside Broome's most respected and experienced camel operator, with over 30 years experience.
While vacationing in Exmouth, don’t waste precious time getting to snorkel sites on the World Heritage–listed Ningaloo Reef. This small-group tour departs from Bundegi Beach aboard the “Immersion,” a high-speed vessel. The crew makes sure you’re well looked after and made to feel as comfortable as possible, both in and out of the water.
Discover the wondrous wildlife and mystical natural attractions of Western Australia on this full-day tour from Perth. Discover kangaroos and koalas at Caversham Wildlife Park, and learn about the local lobster industry with a tour of a lobster plant and fresh seafood lunch in Cervantes. Take a guided walk through the eerie, lunar-like landscape of Pinnacles Desert, and get your heart racing as you speed through the massive dunes of Lancelin on a sandboarding and 4WD adventure.
Travel from Perth to Fremantle or vice versa on a relaxing Swan River cruise. You’ll glide along the river, admiring the waterfront scenery of Perth’s downtown skyline, upscale suburbs and yacht clubs. Drinks may be purchased from the onboard bar. Plus, choose from multiple departure times to best suit your schedule.