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Perth Fishing Safaris

7 Ellesmere Heights, Hillarys WA 6025

Perth Fishing Safaris is a fully licenced and insured professional fishing guide service that offers rock and beach fishing tours for small groups of anglers out of Perth. We'll take you to beaches and rock ledges that offer some of the best land based fishing opportunities in the world. Our goal is to put clients onto big fish that fight hard. Our specialties are tailor, mulloway, snapper, sharks, shovelnose and rays and on certain trips our clients can also be in with a chance of catching samsonfish, spanish mackerel, cobia, tuna and more. While our safaris are predominantly based around fishing, four wheel driving and sightseeing are also on the agenda. It's not uncommon to see kangaroos, emus and reptiles on our safaris and if you're lucky you might see dolphins surfing the waves, seals snoozing on the beach or whales cruising the deep blue. ​

Our fishing trips cater for beginners right through to the most advanced. All of your gear, bait and tackle is provided and you're welcome to bring your own gear too. The gear we supply is top of the range from Shimano and other reputable brands. The fishing can be as much or as little hands on as you like. If you've got absolutely no idea what you're doing that's great, just relax, we'll do everything for you and teach you as we go, so that next time you go fishing you'll be a pro! On the other hand if you're a seasoned fisho who knows what your doing just let us know, we'll put you on the money and let you do your own thing.

We are proud supporters of catch and release fishing, however, if you choose to keep the fish you catch that's perfectly fine. We can even fillet your catch for you at your request. ​

The reason we started Perth Fishing Safaris is to give locals and holiday makers an option to go fishing for large pelagic and surf predators, with the added bonus of exploring the coastline and being taught the ins and outs of rock and beach fishing. On our guided fishing tours you'll have an entire expanse of coast to yourself, with a maximum of 4 anglers per vehicle/guide. Some of the sharks, shovelnose, rays, mackerel, cobia and tuna we catch are sometimes over 50kg in weight, captures that will absolutely blow your mind! ​

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Ngilgi Cave Semi-guided Tour

35098 - Busselton WA 6280

This exquisitely decorated cave, with its stunning stalactites, stalagmites, helictites and beautifully coloured shawls, was Western Australia’s first tourist attraction. The Semi-guided Tour is approximately one-hour duration and begins with an introductory talk from the cave guide while being led down into the first chamber, or ‘The Amphitheatre’. Once inside the cave you can admire the spectacular shawls, helictites, stalagmites and stalactites while exploring at your own pace.

Visit: Ngilgi Cave, Yallingup Caves Road, Yallingup, Western Australia 6282 Australia

Experience the beautiful bush surrounds while you learn about Ngilgi's rich history - from the fascinating Aboriginal Dreamtime story describing the battle between a good spirit (Ngilgi) and an evil spirit (Wolgine). The cave now takes its name from this rich Aboriginal legend. However, it was formerly known as Yallingup Cave, when the first tourists arrived in 1899. Your guide will regale you with stories of these early cave tourists - of candlelight tours, romantic escapades and close encounters - as you make your way down into the cave. You will then be free to discover the beauty of Ngilgi Cave on your own.

Extensive boardwalks lead you through the impressive chambers of this underground wonderland. Along the way, lighting illuminates hidden marvels and signage allows you to learn more about the remarkable crystal cave decorations.  Another guide stationed in the centre of the cave can answer questions and provide more information on the many beautiful areas within the cave. Discover new chambers and formations at every turn, including the 'Fairy Cave' and 'Cupid's Corner'. There is also a junior explorer's tunnel to provide fun for little ones!


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Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse Fully-guided Tour

35099 - Busselton WA 6280

The Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is one of the most popular attractions in the Geographe Bay and Margaret River Region. The half-hour guided tour will take you to the top of the tower - an easy climb of just 59 stairs, making this lighthouse accessible even for small children. The lighthouse tower, and the beautifully restored keepers’ cottages reveal the fascinating maritime history of the Cape region.

Visit: Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, 1267 Cape Naturaliste Road Naturaliste, Busselton, Western Australia 6281 Australia

Your guide will provide you with a fascinating insight into the functions of this working lighthouse. You’ll take a step back in time as you hear tales of ships wrecked off the formidable coastline, and the hardships of life as a lighthouse keeper. Learn about the maritime navigation systems used and the importance of the local ocean currents – which are used by humpback whales during migration and the breeding season.  You will discover more about our native flora and fauna, and once at the top balcony be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, Cape Naturaliste, Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and the beautiful Geographe Bay coastline.

Allow extra time after your tour to enjoy the walk around the beautiful heritage precinct. Take in the stunning ocean views from the new observation platform at the base of the lighthouse tower - the perfect place for photographing the magnificent ocean vistas and the surrounding national park. Finish off your visit with a coffee and home-made refreshments at the beautifully restored, period-themed Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage Café.



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National Anzac Centre Field of Light Panorama Pass

35122 - Albany WA 6330

Combine 2 incredible Albany experiences in one commemorative pass.  Visit the award-winning National Anzac Centre; Australia’s only museum dedicated solely to the conflicts of World War 1.  Experience the multi-media interpretive exhibits as you follow the personal journeys of WW1 veterans.  Then, travel to the summit of Mt Clarence to experience the panoramic views of King George Sound; the last glimpse of Australia for the ANZAC fleet in 1914.  Visit the location of Australia’s first ANZAC Day Dawn Service Mass and be immersed in the cascading panorama of 16,000 lights as you descend through the Field of Light exhibit, like a field of wildflowers amongst native Australian trees.

Visit: Albany Visitor Centre, 221 York Street, Albany, Western Australia 6330 Australia


Visit: National Anzac Centre, 67 Forts Rd Mt Clarence, Albany, Western Australia 6330 Australia


Perth Zoo General Entry Ticket and Sightseeing Cruise Logo and Images

Perth Zoo General Entry Ticket and Sightseeing Cruise

34884 - Perth WA 6000

Take pleasure in a cruise along the Swan River, viewing sights including Kings Park and the magnificent homes along millionaires row. Then, visit the Perth Zoo. This zoo was opened in 1898 and at that stage, only housed two lions, a tiger and six staff. The zoo is now home to over 1800 animals and focuses on providing visitors with an experience they would not receive, unless in the wild!

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Stop At: Captain Cook Cruises - Perth, Barrack Street Jetty, 3 Riverside Dr, Perth WA 6000, Australia

Swan River Scenic Cruise from Perth

A 2-hour and 45-minute scenic direct return cruise between Perth and Fremantle discovering the unique delights our wonderful Swan River has to offer.

Duration: 2 hours 45 minutes

Stop At: Geoffrey Bolton Avenue Next to Elizabeth Quay Train Station, Perth, Western Australia 6000 Australia

Transfer across the river from Elizbeth Quay to South Perth on the Transperth Ferry - included complimentary in the ticket fare.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Perth Zoo, 20 Labouchere Rd, South Perth, Western Australia 6151 Australia

Located just minutes from Perth City, Perth Zoo is a convenient and beautiful way to meet Australia's incredible wildlife. Open every day of the year, Perth Zoo is your ultimate day out.

Perth Zoo is a 500m walk from the Mends Street Jetty (South Perth) via shops and restaurants.

Duration: 4 hours

2-hour Busselton Jetty Package: Jetty train and Underwater Observatory Logo and Images

2-hour Busselton Jetty Package: Jetty train and Underwater Observatory

34891 - Busselton WA 6280

Begin your 1-hour and 45-minute tour with a Jetty Train journey 1.05-miles (1.7-kilometers) across the Indian Ocean to visit the Underwater Observatory, located at the end of the Jetty, where you will be greeted by your guide. Descend 8-metres to the ocean floor via a spiral staircase to view some of the 300 species of vividly colored tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and invertebrates in their natural environment. A unique design, the Observatory was opened in December 2003 and is one of only six Underwater Observatories in the world.

Between the 29th of April and the 27th of September 2019, an amazing Virtual Reality (VR) Experience is added to the tour when the visibility from the Observatory windows can be affected by adverse weather conditions. *Virtual Reality Experience is only available during low visibility. When visibility is good to excellent, standard Underwater Observatory Tours will operate.

Visit: Busselton Jetty, Beach Front Busselton, Busselton, Western Australia 6280 Australia

Extending 1.05-miles (1.8-kilometres) over the protected waters of Geographe Bay, the heritage listed Busselton Jetty is the longest tourist jetty in the Southern Hemisphere and second longest in the world. Located only 2.5-hours drive south of Perth, at the gateway to the Margaret River Region, the Busselton Jetty attracts over 500,000 visitors per year. In 2018 the Jetty was awarded Gold in the Major Tourist Attraction category at the Western Australian Tourism Awards and Bronze at the Australian Tourism Awards! 

Tour Schedule:
• Arrive at the Busselton Jetty 30 minutes prior to train departure.
• Board the Jetty Train and travel 15-minutes across the ocean to the Underwater Observatory.
• The Underwater Observatory is located 1.7-kilometers along the Busselton Jetty. Explore with a guide and descend 8-meters to the ocean floor via a spiral staircase of 60 stairs.
• Your ticket includes complimentary return train ride, a 40-minute guided tour of the Underwater Observatory, Jetty Day Pass and exclusive Busselton Jetty deck of playing cards.
• Tours depart on the hour and takes approximately 1-hour and 45-minutes to complete.
• The Underwater Observatory can accommodate 44 people per tour.
• Access to the Underwater Observatory is only possible via a tour.
• A lift is available for those with limited mobility.
• The tour concludes back on shore at the Interpretive Centre.

The Perth Mint: Guided Heritage Tour and Gold Pour Logo and Images

The Perth Mint: Guided Heritage Tour and Gold Pour

34893 - Perth WA 6000

The Perth Mint offers a unique combination of attractions which allow you to experience all the magic, allure and wonder of gold.

Founded in 1899 on the cusp of the greatest gold rush in Australia’s history, the Mint is custodian to one of Western Australia’s oldest heritage sites and is a magnificent reminder of the State’s golden beginnings.

Bringing the story of Western Australian gold to life, the darkened halls of the Gold Exhibition offer multimedia presentations, interactive displays, historic images and aged artefacts, which all combine to form the backdrop to the array of dazzling pure gold exhibits.

Embark on the emotive journey of gold discovery, marvel at the largest gold coin ever made, view an impressive collection of natural gold nuggets, watch how molten gold is poured to form a solid gold bar, discover the value of your weight in gold, and much more!

Visit: The Perth Mint, Cbd 310 Hay St East Perth, Perth, Western Australia 6004 Australia

Guided Heritage Talk

Make the most of your visit to The Perth Mint by joining one of the hourly guided talks. The grand heritage building, heavily secured vaults and original melting house each provide the cues for many extraordinary stories about Western Australia's golden past and the Mint's rich history of refining gold and issuing priceless gold bars and coins.

The Gold Exhibition

The Mint's Gold Exhibition is a world-class destination which brings the history of Western Australian gold, and The Perth Mint, to life. Offering a unique combination of attractions, it gives you the rare opportunity to experience the emotive journey of gold discovery. The inspiring story of the search for gold unfolds in a multimedia extravaganza, with interactive displays, historic images and aged artefacts forming the backdrop to a glittering array of pure gold exhibits.

Marvel at the largest coin ever made, weighing one tonne of pure gold; view Australia's most dazzling display of natural gold nuggets; watch molten gold being poured to form a gleaming solid gold bar; handle more than $700,000 worth of gold bullion and much more!

Record Breaking Coin

The centrepiece of the Gold Exhibition is the Australian Kangaroo One Tonne Gold Coin, the largest and most valuable coin ever made. Tipping the scale at a massive one tonne of 99.99% pure gold, this colossal coin measures 80cm wide and more than 12cm deep. Holding a prestigious Guinness World Record, this monumental masterpiece is valued at more than $50million and is showcased in all its golden glory on a revolving platform.

Watch a Gold Pour

Witness the amazing spectacle of a traditional gold pour in The Perth Mint's original melting house, during which pure gold is heated to molten temperatures and transformed into a gleaming solid gold bar.

Australia’s Largest Natural Nugget Collection

Many early prospectors spent years enduring the harsh conditions of the Australian outback in search of the illusive gold nugget. Marvel at Australia's most dazzling collection of natural nuggets, including Newmont's Normandy Nugget, the second largest gold nugget in existence, weighing an impressive 25.5 kilograms (820 ounces).

Worth Your Weight in Gold?

Ever wondered what your weight is worth in gold?  Step onto the special scales to find out!

The Perth Mint Shop

The Perth Mint Shop is located in the Mint's original gold receiving room. Here you will discover a treasure trove of gold, silver and platinum coins, natural gold nuggets, unique jewellery, precious stones and an exclusive range of gifts and souvenirs.

Perth Gourmet Restaurant, Bar, and Tour Discount Pass Logo and Images

Perth Gourmet Restaurant, Bar, and Tour Discount Pass

34894 - Perth WA 6000

Tantalise your taste buds with 30 days of discounts to highly rated, locally recommended Perth restaurants, bars and tours - those must do gourmet experiences. It’s got laneway bars, speakeasies, casual eats and gastropubs. Save up to 20% on seasonal local produce, craft beer and incredible cocktails, spirits and wine.

The 30 Day Discount Pass includes discount offers to amazing restaurant, bars and gourmet tours.  Discount offers include 20% off, free charcuterie and drinks, free wine, $30 off tours...

Included are the restaurants, bars and tours the locals love. Seasonal local produce and gourmet experiences. All within easy distance of sightseeing locations.  

You can choose a digital app pass or a hard copy pass.   

To use your pass present it to the restaurant, bar or tour operator. They will apply the discount shown on your Pass.   

Get great discount offers at following restaurants, bars and tours including: 
• Public House: offer 20% off total bill up to 40%. Nearby attractions: Perth Mint, WACA, Elizabeth Quay, The Bell Tower, Supreme Court gardens
• Margaret River Tours: offer discount off wine tours
• Grand Lane Fish House: offer 15% off total bill. Nearby attractions: Elizabeth Quay, The Bell Tower, main shopping precinct and The Mint
• Chee Tayeb : offer 15% off total bill. Nearby attractions: Elizabeth Quay, The Bell Tower, main shopping precinct and His Majesty's Theater
Wanneroo Botanic Gardens: Devonshire Tea and Garden Self Guided Tour Logo and Images

Wanneroo Botanic Gardens: Devonshire Tea and Garden Self Guided Tour

35150 - Perth WA 6000

Explore the colourful flower displays, rockeries and waterfalls on a self-guided botanic tour following an informative trail and featuring over 500 species of plants and trees. Enjoy a delicious Devonshire Tea of freshly made scones served with locally sourced jam in our alfresco garden café.

Visit: Wanneroo Botanic Gardens, 25 Drovers Pl, Wanneroo, Western Australia 6065 Australia

Located in the Northern suburns of the Perth, just 30 minutes CBD is the beautiful Wanneroo Botanic Gardens.

The Wanneroo Botanic Gardens is a place where visitors can relax and immerse themselves in nature, take a slow meander under the canopy of the tall trees in this magnificent 5-acre garden features over 500 species of plants and trees and is home to a large array of native birds and wildlife. Every season is complimented by colourful and ever changing flower displays and the rockeries, ponds and waterfalls provide a cool and serene escape form the bustle of city life.

Wanneroo Botanic Gardens was designed by one of Western Australia’s premier landscape architects and as such features a delightful collection of trees that complement each other in texture, shape and style. Large eucalypts set against an extraordinary array of palms and evergreens delight against the seasonal displays of the many deciduous European trees such as Maples, Oaks and London Plane trees. Come and discover one of the largest and most historic privately owned gardens in Western Australia.Then enjoy a delicious coffee with a freshly baked scone served locally sourced jam and cream from our onsite restaurant Leapfrogs.

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Perth Bell Tower Experience

34895 - Perth WA 6000

The Bell Tower, located on the banks of the Swan River in vibrant Barrack Square, is one of the largest musical instruments on earth and was built to house the bells of Saint Martin in the Fields church, in Trafalgar Square, London.

During the interactive Bell Chiming Experience you can try the art of bell ringing yourself with an experienced tour guide. Learn about the history of the Bell Tower and the historic royal bells! Marvel at the Swan River views from the observation deck and while there hear the Carillion bells play a tune! 

The Bell Tower is home to these historically significant bells that date back to before the 14th century! See the oldest bell in Australia dating back to 1550!

Your experience includes general entry to the building, plus participate in an interactive demonstration on the art of chiming a bell. Learn about the history of the bells and the Bell Tower and receive a souvenir bell chiming certificate.

The Bell Tower offers you the ability to record a free video postcard to send to your family and friends! You can also purchase an engraved love lock for a loved one and hang it at the Tower for everyone to see!

Chiming demonstrations are conducted 6-days per week: Monday – Saturday every half an hour between 10:30am - 2:30pm.

Please Note: The bell ringers ring every Monday and Thursday 12pm-1pm so no chiming demonstrations take place during these times. Days and times are subject to change without notice. If you are planning a visit to hear the ancient bells or experience bell chiming, please contact the supplier in advance to reconfirm the ringing times.
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Fremantle Ferris Wheel

35416 - Fremantle WA 6160

Enjoy the views of Fremantle boat harbour and surrounds from 40m in the air. This Beautiful European built Ferris Wheel offers fully enclosed gondola's seating up to 6 people per gondola. There are a total of 24 gondola's on the Ferris Wheel.

Visit: Tourist Wheel Fremantle, Esplanade Park, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160 Australia

Be lifted 40m above the boat harbour of Fremantle, spectacular views from the harbour to the town. Enjoy our modern fully enclosed gondola's capable of caring up to 6 people each.

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Half-Day Yanchep National Park & Crystal Cave

35161 - Perth WA 6000

Yanchep National Park is one of the oldest and closest national parks from Perth & is home to native kangaroos, koalas, black swans, native birds, wetlands and is home to the famous crystal caves.

Visit: Aussie Perth Tours, Perth, Western Australia Australia

• After your city accommodation pick up we travel north to the famous Yanchep National Park which is an award-winning expansive parkland area, popular with locals and tourists for picnics and family gatherings for almost a 100 years.
• Once in the park you will notice the huge native trees, the natural fauna, the lake, native birds and animals & the parks native residents including kangaroos, koalas, black swans, egrets, kookaburras, local birds and other Aussie animals and birds.
• Enjoy a bush walk amongst giant trees like Banksia, Tuart, Marri, Jarrah & Paper Bark varieties in the park.
• View the wonderful formation of stalactites and stalagmites in the underground world of the Crystal Cave, in the making for millions of years. Wonder at the amazing handicraft of nature that takes thousands of years to form
• View an authentic replica of an Aboriginal Balga, the handmade traditional hut, hand tools and historic artefacts of that period.
• This is self-paced tour to enjoy at your own leisure. Enjoy the serene park settings.
• After an interesting time in the national park return back to Perth

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Pinnacles Mustang V8 Full Day including Swan Valley, Caversham Wildlife Park

35170 - Perth WA 6000

If you are on you own , or with a couple of children, then a V8 Mustang Fastback to Visit the Pinnacle might be an option, four passengers Visit the incredible Pinnacles, Lake Thetis,Thirsty Bay for it's turquoise waters, Follow coast up to the Pinnacles. Sit back and indulge in a delicious included lunch at Cervantes Pinnacles resort with a beer wine or softdrink.. Visit Caversham Wildlife Park where you will have the opportunity to get up close to koalas, kangaroos and wombats, Visit Chocolate Factory and Providores for some chocolate/food tasting and some wine if you so choose,  we have two option for pick up times,  a 6.45am pick up or a later 8.40am pick up (the later pick up goes directly to Caversham Wildlife Park before heading out to the Pinnacles, the later pick up option doesn't include chocolate or wine tasting becasue of timing, all else is the same in experience).

Visit: Hummer Safaris WA, 40a Hope Ave, Perth, Western Australia 6152 Australia

Departing your hotel at approximately 6.45am, (or 8.40am) your driver guide will head for the pinnacles along the new Indian Ocean Road stopping at  Gulderton/Moore river estuary fist on the way up to the pinnacles.. (The later option does Caversham Wildlife Park first before heading up the coast)

Arriving at the Pinnacles at approximately 9:30am, you will be one of the first to arrive with approximately 1-hour to walk among and explore the unique Pinnacles with its eerie nature and then visit the museum. There is a 4km loop drive that you will have access to in the Mustang. Onsite is a gallery and gift shop if you wish to gain a better understanding about this incredible site. Many of the Pinnacle structures resemble creatures such as a Dolphins, Elephants and even Batman. You will be sure to spot pinnacles that remarkably resemble something other than the limestone formations. There is more to the pinnacles and how to look at them, that requires experienced guides to point out and also the many places that are off the track that get missed on most tours.

From the Pinnacles, enjoy a short drive 15 km north to Cervantes where you will find yourselves at Lake Thetis, home of the stromatolites formed from microbiobials over thousands of years. Next, take a short 5 minute drive to Thirsty Bay where you will be able to view the coastline at 230 degrees and its pristine sandy beach line meeting the magnificent turquoise (Indian Ocean) coast. You will now be in a territory renowned for its export grade crayfish.

At 12.00 we will have lunch at Cervantes Pinnacles Resort. Meals are big in size and the chef does a great job. (Fresh local Fish and Chips is a favorite as is the Pinnacles edge burger or Seafood Taster)

After lunch, we head 115 km south east toward Swan Valley and Caversham Wildlife Park via Gingin, Bullsbrook and the Royal Australian Air Force base driving through prime cattle, sheep and goat farming regions. Arriving in the Valley at approximately 3pm where we will drop into Chocolate Factory and Providore for some chocolate and food tastings before heading over to the Caversham Wildlife park at 3.30 for the Wombat and Friends interaction show, plus Koalas and the kangaroos by the hundreds.Feeding the Kangaroos is always a treat and especially with so many baby Joeys around, great photo opportunities, its easy to be the last to leave the park becasue of its relaxing nature and exceptional animal care.

If you have larger groups we do have our Hummer Option .

Optional: Time Permitting.

Caversham Wildlife park is nestled nearby the Swan Valley Winery region. If there is time, your driver might stop at Houghtons Estate Winery for 20 minutes before closing at 5pm. You will be able to enjoy some wine tasting and view their impressive and extensive vines.

Return to your hotel at approximately 5:30pm


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Full-Day Perth, Fremantle, Swan Valley & Wildlife Park

34915 - Perth WA 6000

Packed full of the essential, iconic Perth and Fremantle locations, the Swan Valley and Cottesloe Beach. Meet kangaroos, koalas and other Aussie native animals.

Visit: Aussie Perth Tours, Perth, Western Australia Australia

• Discover three major highlights of West Australia – Perth, Fremantle and the Swan Valley region
• After your Perth city accommodation pickup drive past major Perth City highlights including Perth Mint, Parliament House, Swan Bell Tower and Old Perth Port.
• Visit Kings Park for spectacular views surrounded by magnificent gardens and dense natural bushland and tall forest trees. You won’t believe you’re in the middle of a major capital City!
• Look out across the hills in the distance and the majestic Swan River that cuts through Perth central business district & south Perth & the Elizabeth Quay.
• Visit the Port City of Fremantle to experience the cultural mix of the famous cosmopolitan cappuccino strip amongst the rich, historical monuments, museums and architecture.
• Enjoy looking over Freo from the heights of Monument Hill.
• Drive past the port, the Railway station, the Old Customs House, Victoria Quay etc.
• Grab a glimpse of the famous Cottesloe Beach as you head out to the beautiful Swan Valley region.
• Enjoy wine tasting at a local winery of various types of wines that you may purchase to take back home. Immerse yourself in the vineyard experience and enjoy tastings of local wines.
• Enjoy hundreds of delicious chocolate products and chocolate tastings.
• View the spectacular array of produce, and award-winning wines and a huge range of home-made jams, preserves, olive oils sauces, dressings, spice mixes and desserts.
• Enjoy liqueurs and food product tasting while in the Swan Valley.
• Travel to the famous Whiteman Park and enjoy a unique Australian wildlife experience from the moment you arrive at Caversham Wildlife Park.
• Take the opportunity to hand feed native kangaroos, take photos with the koalas, pat the wombat and many other Aussie animals and birds.
• You will have a chance to see on how the farmers and their dogs muster sheep on Australian farms.
• Try your hand at whip cracking, milking the cow or hand feeding a sheep lamb.
• A visit to Molly’s Farm will give you a taste of farm life with a live sheep shearing demonstration and other interactive farm activities. Meet many brightly coloured parrots, cockatoos, and other Australian birds, poultry and farm animals.
• Visit the gift shop where you may like to purchase local leather products, hats, magnets and a variety of souvenirs.

Perth's Outback Splash: General Entry Ticket Logo and Images

Perth's Outback Splash: General Entry Ticket

35444 - Fremantle WA 6160

Since 1981, Perth’s Outback Splash has been providing outdoor entertainment attractions for Perth families and visitors to Western Australia. Situated in Bullsbrook, just over 30 minutes from Perth’s CBD, the park is a must-visit destination.

In addition to waterslides and other seasonal, water-based attractions (open September to April), it offers year-round family fun including mini golf, mazes, sensory play activities, children’s playground, Australian animal experiences and onsite food and beverage outlets.
As a proud partner of the Australian Koala Foundation, Perth’s Outback

The Outback Splash water attractions are open September to April, featuring the thrilling waterslide playground, The Plummet inflatable slide and the Octopus Bay, and kid's splash zone.

Visit: Perth's Outback Splash, 1635 Neaves Rd, Bullsbrook, Swan Valley, Western Australia 6084 Australia

This family friendly theme park is approximately a 45 minute drive North of Perth. Explore 6 Mazes, 9 holes of Mini Golf, children’s playground as well as the giant Jumping Pillow. You can also get up close and personal to the native Australian animals with a walk through Kangaroo enclosure, walk in aviary, very friendly Emu’s and cute Koalas. During the summer season (October – April) you can keep cool with the Outback Splash wet attractions!

Participate in the free daily 'Koala Talk' hosted by the Koala Keepers or alternatively, you have the option to book a Koala Experience and enter the Koala Enclosure with the Keepers, a fantastic opportunity to see these animals up close and get some fantastic photos!

During our winter season, meet the resident Joeys at the daily Meet the Joeys! Learn about these cute marsupials from our Keepers, get up close and watch a Joey feeding. 

All of the attractions are surrounded by lush green lawns, large trees and picturesque gardens, with free gas barbecues onsite it's a great place to relax in a safe and friendly environment. 

Summer Months (October – April only)

Experience the splash of the giant tipping bucket, the wacky water spray features and the thrilling slides on the three-story, 6 slide water-slide playground! 

Standing over 10-meters high with a 7-metre drop, The Plummet giant inflatable is the Park’s brand new inflatable slide that will keep the kids entertained for hours! You can also enjoy the brand new Octopus Bay, kid's splash zone. Designed especially for toddlers and set in a shaded 35-metre splash pool, Octopus Bay features kid-friendly water activities including a 3-slide giant octopus and a miniature tipping bucket.

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National Anzac Centre General Entry Ticket

35195 - Albany WA 6330

In 1914 over 41,000 service men and women left from Albany bound for World War I. For many this would be the last time they saw home. Today at this very location stands the state-of-the-art award winning National Anzac Centre which uses multimedia, interactive technology and historical artifacts to create a deeply personal connection with the past, as well as pay tribute to those who served.

Through traditional museum display and highly interactive multi-media content, visitors assume the identity of one of 32 actual service men or women, and follow their experience of the Great War: From recruitment, through training and embarkation, ship-board life on the convoys, the conflicts at Gallipoli, the Middle East, and the Western Front. Finally, for those lucky enough to survive, you will witness their return home and the difficulties they faced adjusting back into normal society.

Visit: National Anzac Centre, 67 Forts Rd Mt Clarence, Albany, Western Australia 6330 Australia

Experience the Anzac legend at the National Anzac Centre. Visitors receive a character card and audio technology which they can use to follow the personal story of an Anzac by exploring touch screens, sound, static displays, and historic artifacts from The Australian War Memorial and Western Australian Museum. It is recommended that at least 2 hours be allowed for this experience. 

When you are finished at the National Anzac centre, explore the large coastal guns, bunkers and fortifications of the heritage listed Princess Royal Fortress, a pre-federation coastal defense system which is one of Australia's oldest coastal fortifications.

For nature and adventure lovers, immerse yourself in a 260 hectare natural reserve surrounding the National Anzac Centre that offers the ultimate blend of natural, cultural, historical and adventure based experiences including historic cultural sites, nature based walking and mountain bike trails, wildflowers, whale watching as well as shopping and dining. The National Anzac Centre precinct can be accessed by car and ample free car parking is available.

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Full-Day Yanchep National Park, Cave & Hillarys

35211 - Perth WA 6000

Visit underground crystal cave, huge natural forest, wetlands, koalas and marina shopping.

Visit: Aussie Perth Tours, Perth, Western Australia Australia

• After your city accommodation pick up we travel north of Perth, to enjoy a kaleidoscope of natural colours, sights and sounds that will overwhelm the senses.
• Yanchep national park is almost 40 kms from Perth & is spread out in an area of over 28 kms square.
• Visit Yanchep National Park where you will view abundant native Australian plants and is also home to Aussie animals including kangaroos and koalas are in a natural setting.
• Walk amongst dappled shade of tall trees, explore seasonal flower displays, and enjoy the bush walks or bird watching in the natural habitat.
• Immerse yourself in a range of exciting bushwalks, Aboriginal culture, heritage-listed buildings, underground caves, wildflowers during the flowering season (between July to October) and wetlands.
• Visit the Crystal Cave and experience an underground wonderland full of natural cave decorations such as stalagmites, helicities, columns and shawls during the 45-minute walk and discover the cave’s history, geology and the ecosystem that lies within.
• After an interesting time in Yanchep we travel south to Hillarys, famous for the marina, shopping precinct & the Aquarium, home to hundreds of marine life along the western Australian coast.
• Enjoy the peaceful ambience at Neil Hawkins Park where you’ll encounter an abundance of native Australia birds including parrots and cockatoos & a serene peaceful ambience of the lake with fish to sight.
• Visit Hillarys Boat Harbour and the marina, a premier recreational destination since opening in 1988 for some retail therapy for fashion, surf wear, crafts, souvenirs, clothing, Australiana or enjoy the café & restaurant strip.

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Perth Video Game Console Museum

35215 - Perth WA 6000

Featured in 2019 Guiness World Record Gamer's Edition, The Nostalgia Box is Australia's only Video Game Console Museum! A day at the console museum promises new experiences, a loving trip down memory lane, and a crash-course in the history of gaming. This is the perfect opportunity to share your childhood with your loved ones, or simply relive it once more. 

Visit: The Nostalgia Box Museum, 16 Aberdeen St Shop 3, Perth, Western Australia 6000 Australia

The Nostalgia Box is Australia’s 1st interactive Video Game Console Museum, located in Northbridge, Perth. They showcase over 100 consoles from the 1970s through to the 2000s. This is a great way to go behind the scene and uncover the ‘making’ of present-day consoles as you make your way through the museum. You are sure to find most if not all consoles from your childhood as well as many you have never seen before.

In the gaming area, replay your favorite childhood games and also old games that are new to you. There are all the classics like Pong, Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog, Crash Bandicoot and many more.

The aim is to take you back to the nostalgic memories of your gaming youth - and gives kids a chance to experience gaming old school style.

A day at The Nostalgia Box promises new experiences, a loving trip down memory lane, and a crash-course in the history of gaming. This is the perfect opportunity to share your childhood with your loved ones, or simply relive it once more. Come join us for a unique experience today!

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Lake Cave Fully Guided Tour

35233 - Margaret River WA 6285

Lake Cave is a stunning, pristine treasure chest, set deep beneath the earth - one of the most beautiful and iconic limestone caves in Western Australia.  On the one-hour guided tour, visitors descend a staircase back through time, through a spectacular doline (sink hole), down to the floor of the sunken forest - with the karri trees towering above. Inside the cave a tranquil lake reflects thousands of delicate crystal formations. The unique 'Suspended Table' formation is breathtaking - a spectacular crystal decoration weighing several tonnes that hangs from the ceiling, almost touching the clear waters of the lake.

Visit: Lake Cave, Caves Road and Conto Rd Just 20 minutes drive south from Margaret River along Caves Rd., Boranup, Margaret River, Western Australia 6286 Australia

During the guided tour you'll see delicate crystal straws and stalactites reflected in the water; droplets of the last year’s rainfall hanging from the tips are a sign that the formations are growing. This is the most 'actively dripping' cave in the southwest, and the only cave on the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge that has a permanent lake.

As you walk through the cave your guide will describe how the uniquely beautiful features of the cave have formed over millennia. When seated at the back of the cave, you'll witness the changing vistas of the cave as the guide illuminates the cave’s incredible formations.

Once back above ground, admire the views from the Lake Cave Deck, a spectacular viewing platform in the treetops. The deck is built from beautiful local timbers and features incredible glass portholes with views through to the cavern below.

There is an interpretative centre onsite, designed to help you learn about the formation and history of caves within the region, throughout Australia and around the world.

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Albany's Historic Whaling Station Admission Ticket

35242 - Albany WA 6330

Spend a day exploring the world’s only complete whaling station tourism attraction and gain fascinating insight into Albany’s colorful past. Join a 40-minute guided tour (operating on the hour from 10am to 3pm daily) or follow informative trails to learn the stories of the men and women whose livelihood depended on Australia’s whaling industry. There are a variety of activities to experience and see such as short films within the converted whale oil tanks, a giant blue whale skeleton display, precious scrimshaw art, and a world-renowned marine animal art collection. You may even climb aboard the Cheynes IV, the world’s only preserved Whalechaser ship. Afterwards, relax in a café overlooking one of Albany’s most picturesque bays and enjoy free BBQ facilities in a beautiful Regional Wildflower Garden.

Visit: Albany's Historic Whaling Station, 81 Whaling Station Rd Torndirrup, Great Southern Region, Western Australia, Frenchman Bay, Albany, Western Australia 6330 Australia

Enjoy the 20-minute scenic drive from Albany CBD on your way to Albany's Historic Whaling Station. On arrival head to the entrance complex where you will be greeted by a friendly team who will guide you through your visit. Join one of the knowledgeable tour guides on a complimentary 40-minute tour through the restored whale processing factory, where you will find yourself immersed in the sights and sounds of the whaling industry. Tours operate on the hour from 10am to 3pm daily, or you can self-guide yourself through the entire site. After the tour, enjoy short films within the converted whale oil tanks and hop aboard the Cheynes IV, the world’s only preserved Whalechaser ship. Be amazed by a giant blue whale skeleton, enjoy a world-renowned marine animal art collection, and view precious scrimshaw art. If you have some spare time before the tour, you can visit the museum exhibits filled with authentic, whaling artifacts and memorabilia, or relax in the café overlooking one of Albany’s most picturesque bays. This unique, biodiverse location is also home to many native plants which are on display in the Regional Wildflower Garden.  Enjoy free BBQ facilities in the gardens and learn about the friendly collection of native animals at the Australian Wildlife Park. With so much to explore you can spend the entire day at Albany's Historic Whaling Station.

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Mammoth Cave Self-guided Audio Tour

35002 - Margaret River WA 6285

Mammoth Cave is a natural time capsule; home to ancient fossil remains of long-extinct giant animals. This huge cave is the most easily accessible of all the show caves in the region, with wheelchair access into the first chamber of the cave. It is a self-guided cave, which you explore on your own while listening to an informative 'audio tour' through the MP3 player and headset provided - available in English, German, Mandarin, French and Malay.

Visit: Mammoth Cave, Caves Rd Just 15 minutes drive south of Margaret River, along Caves Rd., Boranup, Margaret River, Western Australia 6286 Australia

Entering Mammoth Cave through stunning karri forest via a gently sloping boardwalk, you'll realise just how much there is to see here. Over 10,000 fossils had at one time accumulated inside the cave; and upon excavation, many of these were found to be remains of Australian Megafauna (giant animals) that became extinct around 46,000 years ago. There is even a 50,000-year-old 'zygomaturus' jawbone embedded in the cave wall.

Wander at your own pace along the boardwalks and platforms, through the majestic chambers of the cave. As you go, your audio tour provides information on the history, geology and biology of the cave and surrounds. If you visit during winter, you'll see a stream flowing through the cave which flows a remarkable red colour; from natural tannins drawn from the leaf-litter in the surrounding forest.

As you leave the cave, you have the option to complete your tour with a walk along the beautiful 'Marri Trail', with a rich variety of song birds and stunning flora displays. Mammoth Cave is much more than a cave - it is a complete nature experience.

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Jewel Cave Fully-guided Tour

35014 - Busselton WA 6280

Jewel Cave is the biggest show cave in Western Australia; comprising three massive chambers. The one-hour guided tour is a magical experience; you will see a dazzling display of some of nature's finest and most meticulous work. Jewel Cave is also home to one of the longest crystal ‘straw’ stalactites found in any tourist cave in Australia.

Visit: Jewel Caves Road Deepdene, Augusta, Western Australia 6290 Australia

Fully-guided tours showcase the breathtaking magnitude of Jewel Cave. You will see towering crystal creations that have taken thousands of years to form, and intricate decorations stretching and suspended across the ceiling, like vines and dancing cobwebs. From stalagmites to flowstone, shawls, helictites and even ‘cave coral’; this cave tour reveals the most amazing variety of cave formations or ‘speleothems’.

Once you see the ‘natural entrance’ to this cave, the means of entry for the intrepid cave explorers of the 1950’s, you will appreciate the incredible task they faced in opening up this spectacular cave to the public.  You'll also hear stories of the now-extinct ‘Tasmanian Tigers’ that fell into the cave and met a dark and lonely fate.

At the end of your tour, your awe-inspiring crystal journey is perfectly complemented with the option of the self-guided ‘Karri Walk’ through the towering forest giants, and viewing the ‘natural entrance’ from above the cave.

The Jewel Cave Centre is complete with interpretive area, retail and café facilities.

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Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Fully-guided Tour

35015 - Busselton WA 6280

The historic Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is situated at the most south-westerly point of Australia; the tip of a spectacular peninsula where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. As the tallest lighthouse on mainland Australia, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is a must-see attraction. On the half-hour guided tour, you will climb up to the top of the tower, where a vast seascape of crashing waves and wild rocky shoreline unfolds.

Visit: Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Leeuwin Rd Leeuwin, Augusta, Western Australia 6290 Australia

Your guide will take you on a trip through maritime history as you wind your way up the spiral staircase inside the lighthouse tower. This famous landmark was constructed from locally quarried limestone in 1895; and still functions as a vital working lighthouse for vessels navigating the treacherous cape. Discover the importance of Cape Leeuwin to early mariners and hear stories of the hardships faced by the early lighthouse keepers and their families.  

Once at the top of the tower you will be awed by views over the immense ocean, crashing waves and wilderness of the landscape. There are regular sightings of dolphins and you may even spot whales migrating between May and September. 

The spectacular surroundings are enhanced by the beautifully restored keepers’ cottages. Plan time to include a walk around the grounds and enjoy the spectacular surrounds at this beautiful heritage site. Complete your visit by relaxing over coffee and home-made refreshments at the Cape Leeuwin Cafe.

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Wanneroo Botanic Gardens Mini Golf Admission

35273 - Perth WA 6000

Located just 30 minutes north of the Perth CBD, the Wanneroo Botanic Gardens and Mini Golf Park is a magical day out for families. Explore the colourful flower displays, rockeries and waterfalls on a self-guided botanic tour whilst the kids do battle over 36 holes of fun!

Visit: Wanneroo Botanic Gardens, 25 Drovers Pl, Wanneroo, Western Australia 6065 Australia

Get outside and get the kids excited! This is not your average mini golf, enjoy 36 holes of fun for the whole family nestled set in of Perth’s premier botanic garden.

Opened in 1981 and based on the European Professional Standard, every track is uniquely shaped with its own obstacles, curves, ramps and devious dilemmas.

No matter what your age or skill level, you are sure to have lots of laughs and create many happy memories as you attempt to conquer the tricks and traps of our two great mini golf courses. It’s terrific fun for the whole family!

Add a fun and colourful novelty ball to your tickets and delicious with our Novelty Ball & Popcorn Combo OR make your game at night extra fun and add a light up LED golf ball to your tickets with our Night Golf Combo. Plus get a delicious, hot salted popcorn when you upgrade to either combo. After your game, you can keep your novelty or light up golf ball as a souvenir!

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The Optus Stadium Tour

35032 - Mandurah WA 6210

Bring your family and friends for an exclusive behind the scenes tour of this stunning new, state-of-the-art Stadium.

You’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the playing surface, the Swan River and Perth city from the Stadium’s highest vantage point, and also experience the inner sanctum. Along the way you will discover sports memorabilia detailing WA’s rich sporting history, and don’t forget your camera because there will be plenty of photo opportunities around the Stadium.

Visit: Optus Stadium, 333 Victoria Park Drive, Burswood, Victoria Park, Western Australia 6000 Australia

The Optus Stadium Tour

The Optus Stadium Tour is a guided tour that runs for approximately 90 minutes.

Bring your family and friends for an exclusive behind the scenes tour of this stunning new, state-of-the-art Stadium.

You’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the playing surface, the Swan River and Perth city from the Stadium’s highest vantage point, and also experience the inner sanctum. Along the way you will discover sports memorabilia detailing WA’s rich sporting history, and don’t forget your camera because there will be plenty of photo opportunities around the Stadium.
• Walk around the most state-of-the-art Stadium in the southern hemisphere
• Behind the scenes changeroom access
• Visit The Locker Room and Coaches’ Room
• Magnificent views of the city from the Sky View Lounge
• A broad array of WA sporting memorabilia
• Wheelchair and pram access throughout the tour
• Duration: Approx. 90 minutes
• Tour times: 10.00am, 11.00am, 1.00pm, 3.00pm
• Tours will not operate on event days or public holiday

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1.5-Hour Historical Pearl Luggers Tour in Broome

35038 - Broome WA 6725

View some of the last remaining pearling luggers in Broome in a small group setting. Immerse yourself in an hour of fascinating guided commentary and get to watch rare archival footage. See, touch and hold some of our most valuable pearls and diving artifacts and enjoy an exclusive pearl meat tasting

This unique one and a half hour tour offers a guided commentary on Broome’s pearling history. Immerse yourself in a tale of hardship, adventure and intrigue. Travel back in time to an era of courageous men who lived a life of danger, fortune and adventure. Visitors are captivated as 150 years of Broome’s unique maritime and pearling heritage unfolds in the very environment where the history was made – among the mangroves on the foreshore of Roebuck Bay’s Dampier Creek.

Pearl Luggers is located right in the heart of ‘Chinatown’ and features a fully rigged and restored pearl lugger surrounded by a replica inter-tidal jetty and tenders store. It is without doubt the closest link to the pearling era of long ago where daily life ebbed and flowed with the comings and goings of the great pearl luggers fleets.

Prior to the 11am tour, participants may purchase a Pearling Masters themed High Tea for an additional fee
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The Aquarium of Western Australia (AQWA): General Admission Ticket

35042 - Perth WA 6000

Discover WA’s spectacular marine life at AQWA! Encounter the iconic, the unusual and even the deadly as you go on an underwater journey along our diverse and extensive coastline.

On your visit you'll come face-to-fin with giant sharks, stingrays and turtles in Australia's largest walk-through aquarium; be captivated by the colourful world of a living coral reef; encounter the ocean's most dangerous and deadly in the DANGERzone and rediscover the wonder of the underwater world - through touch!

Travel through the one hundred metre under water tunnel and get up close with sharks, turtles, large rays and heaps more. With over 20 scheduled talks and feeds throughout the day, touch pool and theatre there is something for everyone to discover about WA

Located at on the lapping shores of the Indian Ocean at Hillarys Boat Harbour and just 20 minutes from the Perth CBD, AQWA has been an iconic Perth attraction for over for 30 years

Visit: AQWA, Underwater World 91 Southside Dr, Hillarys, Joondalup, Western Australia 6025 Australia

Open daily from 10.00am - 5.00pm (closed Christmas Day) and is located at Hillary's Boat Harbour, overlooking the Indian Ocean. Your ticket is valid the whole day.
• Over 20 scheduled talks daily for guests to interact with Ocean Guides and Marine Biologists. These guides are available to answer all your questions.
• Scheduled animal feedings include; fish feeding, shark and ray feeding and turtle feed
• One hundred metre underwater tunnel to come face to fin with 7 species of sharks, large turtle, rays and heaps more
• The Touch Pool is very popular with adults and children to get up close with unique animals such as the star fish, sea cucumbers and more
• A Cafe is available for lunch and snacks overlooking the Indian Ocean with inside and outside dining options available
• The AQWA Gift Shop has something for everyone. From marine themed plush toys and activities for the kids, to books, jewellery and a range of locally produced ware for adults.

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Half-Day Swan Valley & Wildlife Park Tour

35048 - Perth WA 6000

A scenic tour of the popular Swan Valley region packed full of amazing, authentic Australian experiences including local produce and wildlife encounters.

Visit: Aussie Perth Tours, Perth, Western Australia Australia

• After your complimentary city accommodation pick up, travel past the famous swan Bell Tower & newly opened Elizabeth Quays and other Perth highlights on the way to the historical and popular Swan Valley wine producing region.
• You will be at food and wine heaven with a visit to a local wineries for free wine tastings of various types of wines that you may purchase to take back home.
• We visit the local Chocolate Company for some divine chocolate sampling, view how boutique chocolates are prepared locally, enjoy coffee or locally made produce at own cost, if interested & take home local farm produce .
• Travel to the famous White man park to Visit the Caversham Wildlife Park, set in this huge & expansive White man Park.
• Caversham wildlife park, is one of the largest family-owned parks in Western Australia and is home to Koala’s, Kangaroos, Wombats and other wildlife that you can interact with for a unique wildlife experience.
• Spend some time with interesting local Aussie animals, birds, reptiles & farm animals at close quarters.
• You will have a chance to see on how the farmers and their dogs muster sheep on Australian farms. Try your hand at whip cracking, milking the cow or hand feeding a sheep lamb.
• A visit to Molly’s Farm will give you a taste of farm life with a live sheep shearing demonstration and other interactive farm activities. Meet many brightly coloured parrots, cockatoos, and other Aussie birds, poultry and farm animals.
• Visit the gift shop where you may like to purchase local leather products, hats, magnets and a variety of souvenirs.
• After an enjoyable half day tour of swan valley choose to conclude your tour at the buzzing Crown Casino, or be dropped off back at your accommodation.