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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!
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
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
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
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!Itinerary
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.
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!
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...
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
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!
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
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
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
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
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.
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 underground crystal cave, huge natural forest, wetlands, koalas and marina shopping.Visit: Aussie Perth Tours, Perth, Western Australia Australia
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
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 tastingThis 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.
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
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