Westside Tours offer unique Aussie experiences in Western Australia. Relax, unwind and let them showcase what Perth and the surrounding regions have to offer, often taking you to places unknown, adventurous and hands on.
The Peel region has so much on offer including the city of Mandurah and the Thrombolites; living rock like formations in the waters at Lake Clifton and more. They also visit a farm in the region to offer guests a special experience including damper and kangaroo meat tasting, barbecue lunch, petting zoo, sheep rounding, feed cows, chickens and more.
For the more adventurous, two hours north of Perth is the Lancelin sand dunes where guests enjoy a thrilling 45-minute adventure ride up and down some of the biggest dunes in Western Australia with the magnificent crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean as the backdrop. There is also a chance to sandboard down some of the best dunes, only accessible by four-wheel-drive (4WD)!
With comfortable coaches and a 24-seat 4WD bus, Westside Tours cater a range of tours, 4WD adventures and private charters.
The friendly staff are knowledgeable and offer well-informed commentary, making it a once-in-a- lifetime experience.
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Join Westside Tours on a 45-minute adventure ride through the pristine white sand dunes of Lancelin, located one and a half hours north of the Perth city centre.
Not for the faint-hearted, this thrill ride takes you up and down some of the biggest dunes in Western Australia with the magnificent crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean as the backdrop.
Along the way, the bus driver will make a couple of stops, allowing the perfect opportunity to take a selfie and appreciate the beauty of the area.
For those that are up for it, try your hand at sandboarding down some of the best dunes, only accessible by four-wheel-drive!Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking
Enjoy a fun-filled day exploring the Perth Hills and Peel region!
Raeburn Orchard is a fully working orchard that prides themselves on growing the freshest and best tasting fruit, picking the crop when it is at its peak for size, colour, taste and sweetness.
Next stop is Ferndale Springs to experience real Australian farm life. You’ll learn about farming life including feeding cows on a tractor trailer ride, draft sheep and spend some time at the small petting zoo getting face to face with the farm animals.
Last stop is Mandurah – known for its Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins, pristine beaches, natural beauty, abundant wildlife and large network of waterways where you can peek into the backyards of Mandurah’s luxurious canal homes.
The tour includes a walk through the Raeburn Orchard, tasting kangaroo meat and damper as well as a delicious barbecue lunch.
Whilst in Mandurah there is the option to experience a 1 hour Dolphin and Scenic Canal Cruise for an additional cost.Family Friendly Non Smoking
Head north to Yanchep National Park and stroll along the boardwalk to view one of Australia’s favourite native animals – the koala. You may even see kangaroos on your walk too!
Continue to Lancelin for a Sand Dunes sand Adventure . This four wheel drive (4WD) tour takes you up and down some of the biggest dunes in Western Australia. Try your hand at sandboarding down some of the best dunes only accessible by 4WD!
Next stop, Lobster Shack in the coastal town of Cervantes for a delicious fish and chip lunch or upgrade to Lobster for an additional cost. Whilst there, enjoy a tour and follow the Western Rock Lobsters journey from the sorting process into the Live Pack out room.
Final stop is the remarkable Pinnacles Desert, formed over millions of years. Thousands of tall limestone spires rise eerily out of the yellow desert sands within the Nambung National Park.