Perth-Tours WA, an accredited business that specialises in entertaining visitors to have memorable holiday experiences, offers Day Tours with itineraries only available through them at competitive prices.
Team members are adventurous and love to be surrounded by people, strongly believing that the best memories are those spent with loved ones.
Their past experience relates to travels around the world, camping, hiking volcanoes, and swimming with friends. They are passionate about Guided Tours because they want to see more people enjoying the beautiful city of Perth.
Visiting Perth offers an opportunity to enjoy amazing scenery and sunshine throughout the year. So, they are developing itineraries for visiting Perth’s natural and iconic attractions seen nowhere else in the world.
Perth is a growing city currently establishing cafes, bars, restaurants, and hotels. Now is the best time to visit because the population is still small but active. There is always somewhere to go, whether people look for an intimate setting or attend a busy event. The best time to travel is between September and June.
Every tour offers transport to at least three locations, caters to any dietary requirement, appetising meals and drinks.
Perth-Tours WA promises a unique experience.
Start your tour with a kayaking experience with Water Wanderers, learning some basic paddling techniques in a very stable and comfortable touring kayak. Learn about the social and natural history of this part of the city while paddling through the affluent urban areas of East Perth.
Visit the Bell Tower to take part in a unique demonstration of the historic Swan Bells.
Following the visit to the Bell Tower and a walk through Elizabeth Quay, lunch will be served at a restaurant that offers an appetising Asian cuisine menu and a relaxing view to the Swan River.
The tour continues towards Kings Park to enjoy the spectacular views of Perth city and the Swan River to visit the Botanic Gardens and walk along the Federation Tree Top Walkway.
Following Kings Park, the tour continues to the Perth central business district for an opportunity to experience some high quality Australian shopping.Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet
Be amazed by the Birds of Prey, an authentic personal experience with eagles, falcons, kites and owls. This is the only opportunity for visitors to come close to see and touch these magnificent birds. An experience from nowhere else in the world.
Visit Caversham Wildlife Park and Zoo, which offers interactions with all of Australia’s native and iconic animals, meet the koalas, feed the kangaroos, pat the wombats, and enjoy an authentic Australian cuisine lunch.
Experience something different visiting the beautiful Yonga Boodjah Aboriginal Art Gallery, that showcases artwork from acclaimed artists.
This tour will also take you to visit Woodbridge Home, built in 1884, which is one of the most special National Trust properties in Perth.Carpark Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet Public Toilet
From $209 to $229
Take a day-trip from Perth exploring the popular Yanchep National Park, the Crystal Cave, The Pinnacles, Cervantes and the picturesque Scarborough Beach. You’ll have the opportunity to see a number of Australia’s native animals, such as kangaroos, koalas and a wide variety of birds.
After meeting your guide at the pick up point in Perth City, you’ll travel by air-conditioned coach to Yanchep National Park, one of the oldest parks in Western Australia. Here you will experience the stunning Australian bushland as you take a guided tour around Lake Wagardu seeing some of Australia’s native animals such as Koalas and Western Australian Grey Kangaroo. You will then visit one of the oldest caves in Australia; the Crystal Cave.
Enjoy an Australian Fish and Chips lunch at a restaurant in Cervantes or indulge in a Lobster. After lunch, you will travel to visit the iconic Pinnacles of Nambung National Park, one of the attractions in the Coral Coast region of Cervantes. The park is located about 200 kilometres north of Perth.
Finish the day with a relaxing drive along the Sunset Coast towards Scarborough Beach.Carpark Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet
Perth-Tours WA offers the only Claremont Heritage Walking Tour. Picking up visitors from Perth city centre and driving to Claremont for a three hour walking tour to discover Perth’s colonial past.
Learn about the history and view the stunning colonial architecture from the 1860s. The town dates back over 100 years and the city is focused on showcasing the development of the Swan River colony, providing a unique insight into the life of the first pioneers of Western Australia.
Travel back in time, exploring the history of Claremont as your guide takes you down the historic streets of Claremont, viewing buildings and architecture dating back to the 1800s.
Delve deeper and uncover some of Perth’s secrets as you discover the history surrounding the founding of the Swan River Colony in 1829.
Includes pick-up transport from Perth city centre. If you wish to further explore the town on your own, you can choose to be dropped-off at the local Claremont Shopping Centre, or if you can make your way back to Perth from the Claremont Train Station.
Also includes morning tea of light refreshments, coffee or tea, tasting of Australian windflowers jams and biscuits.Carpark Family Friendly Pet Friendly - Enquire Public Toilet
Take a guided tour from Perth to Fremantle following the Swan River. See some of Perth’s most expensive real estate on a relaxing drive along the river, visit Fremantle Prison, the Victorian Fremantle Markets, including a visit to the The Round House and enjoy a delicious dinner at the Fremantle Fish Markets. You’ll also stop at Sir James Mitchell Park for spectacular views of Perth city.Carpark Family Friendly Non-Smoking Pet Friendly - Enquire Public Toilet
Travel only two and a half hours north of Perth along the Indian Ocean Coast to Jurien Bay for a tandem skydive at one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Experience an exhilarating adrenalin rush of free fall from 10,000 feet, enjoying the incredible turquoise views of the Western Australian coastline.
Following lunch at Jurien Beach, visit the iconic Pinnacles of Nambung National Park, one of the attractions in the Coral Coast region of Cervantes and Jurien Bay. To finish the afternoon, visit Lancelin, to enjoy sand boarding down 45 degree angle dunes or, if you prefer, to sit at the peaks and immerse yourself in the panoramic views above Lancelin, surrounding farmland, sand hills and the coastline.Carpark Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet
Immerse in one of Australia’s most breathtaking landscapes in a drive along the Sunset Coast region. During a visit to Cottesloe Beach, visitors find a recreational destination for locals and visitors. Cottesloe Beach offers a wide range of restaurants, attractions, activities, shops, and services that cater to beach goers, tourists and local residents. Many surfers and kite surfers call Cottesloe Beach home, it is a hot spot for anyone who wants to enjoy a swim.
Enjoy the panoramic views of City Beach and immerse in one of the Australia’s most breathtaking coastal landscapes. At City Beach people find a football/cricket oval, numerous grassy parks, and a large area of bush land with a walking trail.
Scarborough Beach is very popular among local residents, the place attracts swimmers, professional surfers, people who enjoy fishing, young body-boarders, kite and wind surfers.
Beach Volleyball tournaments are also held in Scarborough Beach as well as social dancing at the Amphitheatre.Carpark Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet
Perth-Tours WA offers to you the only guided tour to the food lover’s haven, the Swan Valley, departing from Scarborough Beach.
Your trip begins at Scarborough Beach Amphitheatre car park, where your tour guide will pick you up to start your seven-hour tasting tour.
Starting with an icy cold alcoholic/non-alcoholic ginger beer, cider or beer and firewood cooked pizza for lunch at the multi-international award-winning restaurant.
Following lunch, experience authentic Australian products, such as freshly-baked lavender scones with jam and a cup of coffee, enjoy vineyards scenic views, visit a chocolate factory, taste chocolate and find delicious products made on premises. Taste different flavours of delicious macadamias, before tasting other sweet treats including nougats, honey, local and international cheese and wine.
The commentary provided by your driver guide will cover the history of the Swan Valley region as the town dates back over 186 years and how Viticulture emerged in the town, making it the oldest wine region in Western Australia.Carpark Family Friendly Non-Smoking Public Toilet