Gray Line Perth is a long established Australian owned premium sightseeing company. Owned by the Driver Family, they have been operating for more than 80 years and have a fleet of over 120 vehicles with other operations in Melbourne, Tasmania, and Darwin, with an alliance partner in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
Gray Line Perth offers quality tours to the Pinnacles Desert, Rottnest Island, Margaret River, Valley of the Giants, Wave Rock, New Norcia, Fremantle and also City Tours. They also offer Spanish, Italian, German and French speaking guides on their tours.
Gray Line Australia is proud to be associated with Gray Line Worldwide where standards of excellence in sightseeing are achieved globally. Gray Line Worldwide is the world’s largest sightseeing and destination management company with more than 150 destinations on six continents.
Gray Line offers the largest and most comprehensive range of premium sightseeing tours wherever it operates including half and full day tours, city hop on hop off and sightseeing passes.
Gray Line has premium sightseeing vehicles around Australia. All vehicles are consistent, of the highest standard and presented in Gray Line’s unique livery.
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A fascinating day of spectacular natural contrasts. Big sky plains, koalas and kangaroos, massive sand dunes and emerald waters lapping pristine white sandy beaches.
Then the dramatic Pinnacles Desert – arid, vast, seemingly lifeless yet inhabited by strange limestone pillars rising through the sand.
The thrilling adventure of four wheel driving off-road at the Lancelin Sand Dunes is an unparalleled way of discovering this awesome environment.
Tour reference is 654.
Out in the wide wheat plains, Wave Rock stands as a perfect surfer’s wave yet frozen in solid rock.
The colonial town of York, set in the lush Avon Valley, tiny wheatbelt townships and other strange rocks protruding from arid soil show the real Australia, ever waiting for life giving rains.
Tour reference is 686.
The independent and easy way to get around Perth and see its best attractions. The Hop On – Hop Off open double decker allows you to discover Perth at your own pace.
Stay on board for a 120 minute guided tour of the city or hop on – hop off all day – it’s up to you!
The tour includes full commentary and selected attraction discounts, valid for up to 48 hours.
Tour reference is 601.
Stunning beaches, rivers, the inland waterway of Peel Inlet, Blue Mountains in the distance, villages and towns and the wine growing region of the south west.
Taste the wines and explore the vast underground limestone caves in a day of discovery along the Indian Ocean coastline.
Tour reference is 688.
The sub-tropical island of Rottnest is set in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Explore secluded beaches and isolated sandy bays, land locked lakes – home to a profusion of waterbirds and learn of early settlement history.
You’re sure to encounter a Quokka! Fine food, cappuccinos, and ice-creams – your island in the sun for a day.
Tour reference is 659.
Clean and green, superbly situated embracing either side of the dramatic Swan River estuary, is a city of friendly charm.
A city to enjoy in all seasons, usually bathed in warm sunshine, you can discover Perth in a day – city, Fremantle and Kings Park.
Tour reference is 667.
The ageless living forest of the giant Karri trees where you walk across the tree tops and the Ancient Empire walk amongst gnarled old twisted Tingle Trees in a gloomy forest glade, are just part of an exploring experience of this lower south west of Western Australia.
Highlights include Mandurah, Bunbury, Donnybrook, Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, William Bay, Mount Barker and Kojonup.
Fare includes: Tree top walk entry and picnic lunch.
Tour reference is 675.