Western Australia
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  • Augusta: Jewel Cave Fully-Guided Tour

    1. Augusta: Jewel Cave Fully-Guided Tour

    Jewel Cave is the largest show cave in Western Australia, composed of three massive chambers. Visitors are immediately in awe of the sheer enormity of the first chamber, which is also home to one of the longest straw stalactites found in any tourist cave in Australia. Towering crystal formations, growing for many thousands of years, reach up towards delicate and intricate decorations suspended like vines across the ceiling. Hear stories of the "Tasmanian tiger" fossils found in the cave — these animals perished in the darkness after falling into the cave thousands of years ago. After exiting the cave, you'll have the option to take a self-guided walk through the towering karri forest above, during which you'll pass by the natural entrance to the cave, a small vertical shaft in the forest floor.

    Our guide was really good. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour & the cave was amazing. Thank you

  • Perth: 7 Day Explorer Return Tour to Exmouth

    2. Perth: 7 Day Explorer Return Tour to Exmouth

    Take a journey on the Exmouth Explorer along the idyllic west coast and experience a totally different side to Australia, a region many are yet to discover.  Start your adventure in the most remote capital city of Perth before heading north into the nature lovers’ paradise, Western Australia.  Begin your journey by visiting the Pinnacles desert, hike down to the banks of the Murchison River and peek through Nature’s Window into an ancient gorge.  For those seeking a unique view over the gorge, there will also be an opportunity to test your abseil skills (own expense). Visit the World Heritage Listed region of Shark Bay which will leave you in awe of the beauty of nature. Here, marvel at a beach made entirely of tiny shells, meet the world’s oldest living fossils, the stromatolites and witness dolphins playing just offshore at Monkey Mia. The region is not only home to around 2000 dolphi...

    It was a great tour with a nice and careful tour guide. We have seen a lot in the short time. The tour was perfect organized. The only thing I would change would be the first hostel we stayed. The rest of the accommodations where fine or very nice. I really appreciated the group spirit and all the stops at the petrol stations or at a shop on our way we made. They where looking good after us and we had a great time.

  • Esperance: 6-Day Adventure Tour From Perth

    3. Esperance: 6-Day Adventure Tour From Perth

    Day 1 – Perth to Margaret River Begin your adventure traveling south from Perth with a first stop in Busselton. Enjoy a coffee and a stroll the white sandy beach and chat about what exciting things are to come. You’ll also stop at Meelup, and embark on a 2-hour hike to Cape Naturalist and the incredible vistas of the Leeuwin-Naturalise National Park. Experience a memorable underground didgeridoo performance at Ngilgi Cave, before dinner and spending the night at Big Valley Caravan Park. Day 2 – Margaret River to Walpole Head to Surfers Point, then hike a scenic section of the Cape to Cape Track from Redgate Beach to Contos. Then, it’s time to eat, drink and be merry, tasting the delicious local fare of Margaret River by visiting its boutique breweries, chocolate, cheese and even a fudge factory. You will have time to browse and explore. Stay at Peacef...

  • From Busselton: Half-Day Coastal and Wildlife Eco Tour

    4. From Busselton: Half-Day Coastal and Wildlife Eco Tour

    The northern Margaret River Region has stunning coastal scenery, and is brimming with life both above and below the water, and you can see it all on this jam-packed half-day eco tour. With the region’s only live underwater video feed direct to the tour vehicle, plus local knowledge of the best nature and wildlife viewing locations, this truly is an exceptional morning out. A complimentary glass of local wine or boutique beer and food platter will be served in the national park. The first tour stop allows you to experience amazing vistas of Geographe Bay and find out about its historical and ecological significance, then journey through the Meelup Regional Park’s woodland to the next stop, the Ngari Marine Park. Here, conditions permitting, your guide will launch a “live action” underwater camera showing you the unique and diverse marine life that calls Geographe Bay home.  Drive out to ...

    Like a good meal, cooked well, and served impeccably. Delicious, no two minds about it.

  • From Perth: 4-Day Coastal Loop to Monkey Mia

    5. From Perth: 4-Day Coastal Loop to Monkey Mia

    Day 1 - Perth to Kalbarri National Park Your 4-day adventure begins by taking a guided tour through the Pinnacles Desert, followed by lunch by the sea. Make your way up Indian Ocean Drive enjoying spectacular coastal views. L, D. Day 2 - Kalbarri National Park to Shark Bay Be amazed at the Murchison Gorge and Z-Bend in Kalbarri National Park. Take the chance to go abseiling (at additional cost). Witness the natural beauty of the national park during wildflower season. Capture a photo at Nature's Window and walk on Shell Beach. B, L, D. Day 3 - Shark Bay to Northbrook Farm Wake early to meet dolphins at Monkey Mia. Hire a kayak and go for a paddle (at additional cost) or chill out on the beach. Visit breathing rock formations called the Stromatolites. Sleep overnight at an Australian farm stays experience. B, L, D.

    I have no hesitations recommending this tour. The guides were outgoing and informative without being overbearing and the meals were great (even with my dietary restrictions). The stops were well timed so I never felt restless on the bus and all the stops were absolutely breathtaking. I was nervous going solo but it was easy to socialize and make new friends! The tour is well priced and well worth it!

  • Perth to Exmouth 6-Day Coral Coaster One-Way Journey

    6. Perth to Exmouth 6-Day Coral Coaster One-Way Journey

    Take a journey along Western Australia’s Coral Coast, a region known for its stunning natural scenery, diverse wildlife, and gorgeous beaches.  Day 1 – Perth to Kalbarri Kick off your adventure by exploring the Pinnacles Desert in a guided tour before you journey up Indian Ocean Drive with its stunning coastal views. Make a quick stop in Geraldton, then onto the seaside town for your Kalbarri overnight stay. Lunch and dinner are included Day 2 – Kalbarri National Park to Shark Bay/Denham Marvel at the Murchison Gorge, Nature’s Window and Z-Bend in Kalbarri National Park. Optional abseiling is available at an additional cost. Witness vibrant blooms during wildflower season, take a stroll on a beach made of tiny shells, then move on to Denham to your accommodation by the beach. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are incl...

  • From Perth: 3-Day Margaret River Escape

    7. From Perth: 3-Day Margaret River Escape

    Begin day one by making a scenic drive from Perth to some charming seaside towns. First stop is Mandurah, where you’ll have a coffee break at a café by the shore. Then it’s on to Bunbury where you’ll visit the Featured Wood Gallery & Museum, before continuing to Busselton, where you will stop for lunch. Following lunch, take a leisurely walk along the famous Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere stretching 1.1 miles (1.8 km) out into the picturesque Geographe Bay.  After stretching your legs at the jetty, head to Margaret River. You’ll have some free time in town to stroll along the main street and pick up a special memento or gift to take home. Next, head to the McLeod family farm to see Western Grey Kangaroos in their natural environment. Settle into your accommodation before taking a drive to the coast for spectacular views of world-class surf breaks....

  • Albany: Guided Granite Skywalk in Porongurup National Park

    8. Albany: Guided Granite Skywalk in Porongurup National Park

    Feel nurtured by nature.  Atop the Granite Skywalk, in the Porongorup National Park see boulders balancing, teetering on weatherworn pedestals. Castle Rock is a 4.2km return walk that requires moderate fitness.  To reach the spectacular views at the summit, requires a final short scramble over rocks and a climb in an enclosed ladder to the Granite Skywalk where a Busy Blue Bus guide will entertain you with intriguing stories of the area, from the traditional Noongar owners to the European settlers.  Suspended above the treetops you can breathe the clean air and exhilarate in the views to the Southern Ocean on this award-winning platform, newly opened to the public in this Heritage listed area. Savor the flavors of the Great Southern of Western in a selection from the menu at a Porongorups winery.  Rich soils, plentiful rain, and clean air nourish produce that travels only a short distan...

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What people are saying about Western Australia

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 6 reviews

What an amazing experience, we had a fantastic guide who explained so much & answered our questions. Incredible to hear just how long these 'mites & tites' take to 'grow' !

Our guide was really good. Thoroughly enjoyed the tour & the cave was amazing. Thank you

Very informative and friendly tour guide. The cave is absolutely beautiful

The cave was beautiful and worth the money.The guide Josh was fabulous.

Beautiful cave to see we will remember for long time