March 19, 2021 Susie Rutz

Wander out Yonder


A Wander out Yonder in WA will make you feel like you’ve truly reset, reconnected and had a real holiday.

WA is full of adventures waiting to be discovered. Travel further, stay for longer and explore the wonders only WA can offer.

Share the water with wild dolphins, or see the gorges of Kalbarri from a new perspective — in WA there’s more in store than you could ever see.


Check out this package at Crown Perth  and contact us for many more

On Sale Until  11 Apr 2021

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19 Mar 2021 – 1 Apr 2021
5 Apr 2021 – 30 Jun 2021

The distinct contemporary style, uncompromising attention to detail and unrivaled customer service, is what sets the Crown Metropol apart from other luxury hotels and accommodation in Perth.

SAVE $143 per person twin share
  • 5 NIGHTS accommodation at Crown Metropol Perth ★★★★✩  in a Luxe King Room
  • COMPLIMENTARY room upgrade to a Luxe View Room (subject to availability)
  • Bottle of sparkling wine in room on arrival


Arcades and Laneways 

Arcades & Laneways is the most comprehensive guided historical tour in Perth. The arcades and laneways provide interesting routes to navigate through the city centre as well as great spots to check out hip and happening events and the proliferation of street art. Together explore the modern day secret nuggets of the Central Business District plus new developments including the Bell Tower, Elizabeth Quay and Yagan Square.

From $50 per person 

Convicts, Culture & Street Art walking tour 

Discover the factual, anecdotal, and downright fascinating local stories?. Fremantle is Perth’s hip and historical cousin, just 25 minutes from the city. The streets are lined with beautiful heritage buildings and filled with boutique shops, cafes and local products. Starting at the Fremantle Town Hall, this walking tour is no boring history lesson, but rather takes a non-traditional route, discovering factual, anecdotal, and downright fascinating local stories

From $99 per person 

Fremantle Food Lovers Tour 

Fremantle is a foodie’s delight full of funky restaurants, historic pubs, cool cafes and the old world charm of a colonial port. Learn the neighbourhood’s legendary stories while you dine, drink, and experience the weekend markets, the high streets and the narrow lanes of the West End with an expert local guide. Taste local delicacies in the markets, which are loaded with artisan foods, fruit, vegetables and tasty ethnic flavours. Relax as we also eat and drink at a number of the very authentic bars and restaurants in the historic port end of town.

From $99 per person 

Kings Park & Botanic Gardens SegwayTour 

Renowned as one of the World’s largest and most beautiful inner-city parks, Kings Park delight s visitors with natural bush trails, open parklands, a stunning botanic garden and iconic views over the Perth city skyline. There’s so much more to see of Kings Park on a Segway!

From $129 per person 

Rottnest Bayseeker Island Tour

Explore the stunning beauty of Rottnest Island in air-conditioned comfort with live commentary. Take in the amazing flora and fauna of the island, striking beaches, woodlands and incredible salt lake. This tour includes all of Rottnest’s must-see locations including the Wadjemup Lighthouse, Henrietta Rocks, the majestic look-out point at Cathedral Rocks and Cape Vlamingh. There will be plenty of opportunities to capture your very own Quokka selfie whilst also learning about the colonial and maritime history of this magnificent island from your expert Coach Captains.

From $117 per person 

City Highlights, Fremantle, Tram including Prison & Cruise

A great taster tour taking in Perth and Fremantle, affording the opportunity to drive around these
iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA). Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaires’ Row before reaching Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle, viewing the impressive facades of this heritage listed city including a brief stop. For lunch, enjoy traditional fish and chips from Fremantle’s famous Kailis Fish Market Café. Enjoy the benefits of your all-day hop-on-hop-off tram tour and your entry to Fremantle Prison for a tour. The convict-built prison tours provide a fascinating insight into grim life behind bars of an institution that was fully operational until 1991. Cruise back along the Swan River from Fremantle.

From $174 per person 

Full Day Lancelin, Sandboarding & Pinnacle Desert Explorer

Your adventure tour begins at the iconic Sorrento Quay Hillarys Boat Harbour. Whilst here, be sure to explore the stunning marina, shop for souvenirs and enjoy morning tea at one of the local eateries (at own expense). Departing the marina, we travel on to the Lancelin sand dunes and experience the thrill of downhill sand boarding on the white sandy dunes. This is followed by an included fish and chips lunch at the Lancelin Beach Hotel. Then it’s on wards to the panoramic Lancelin Beach for a scenic stroll or alternatively take the
opportunity for a quick swim. We then travel to the iconic Nambung National Park in the town of Cervantes for a guided easy paced walk through the mystical Pinnacles Desert – a truly iconic Western Australia landscape. Discover the moon-like sandscape of these fascinating limestone formations. If time permits, be sure to make a visit to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre to learn more about the Pinnacles and the cultural and natural heritage of the area.

From $99 per person 

Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers with Lunch

Journey through Western Australia’s wheatbelt to Hyden – home of Wave Rock, truly one of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms. Leaving Perth we head through the Perth Hills and escarpment and enter farming country. Heading east, we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in
the Avon Valley. From there we travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin; through outback farming country – giving a glimpse of Australian country life. We then stop briefly at the infamous Dog Cemetery, a shrine to man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life. Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. We then break for an Aussie country style lunch at the Wildflower Shop. Whilst here, visit either a Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection – even featuring lace from Lady Diana, or visit the amazing Toy Soldier museum. Then we move on to see the spectacular prehistoric rock formation of Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Leaving Wave Rock, we visit Mulka’s Cave.

From $215 per person 

Lancelin 4WD -Westside

FROM PERTH Join Westside Tours on a 45-minute adventure ride through the pristine white sand dunes of Lancelin, located 1.5 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 sand boarding down some of the best dunes, only accessible by 4WD!

From $30 per person 

Perth’s Best Wildflower Tour

Whilst the slope, soils and ancient granite outcrops of the Darling Escarpment are traditionally the ideal habitat and location to view wildflowers, profusion varies daily and is dependant on sunshine. We visit locations all around the Perth region where we expect to find the finest wildflowers for you to see and smell, monitoring the progress of wildflowers once in season to ensure we minimise travel time. Kings Park is renowned for its guarantee of wildflowers but areas such as Wireless Park, Gingin and Toodyay are also prolific at various times. Our experienced guide will help you identify rare and delicate wildflowers including renowned everlastings, orchids, red and green kangaroo paw, banksias, bottle brush and Western Australia’s most famous orange flowering Christmas trees. During the day at an opportune time (hopefully close to the gorgeous wildflowers), we stop for our included lunch (venue dependant on itinerary). There is ample time to identify and photograph flowers and a complimentary wildflower booklet on Western Australia’s unique wildflowers is included. Please be aware that this tour highlights individual species and not carpets or fields of flowers, which are found 500 kilometres north of Perth.

From $174 per person

Morning Perth & Fremantle City Explorer including cruise

A great taster tour taking in Perth and Fremantle, affording the opportunity to drive around these iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA). Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the City skyline.

From $69 per person 


Pinnacles, Koalas, Sand Boarding, 4WD including lunch

Enjoy a visit to Caversham Wildlife Park in the Swan Valley to view koalas, wombats and hand
feed the kangaroos. Travel along quiet back roads to the lobster fishing town of Cervantes. Once here, enjoy a behind-the-scenes factory tour on the processing of Western Australia Rock Lobster, followed by our included fish and chips lunch. Then it’s onwards to Nambung National Park to see the mystical Pinnacles Desert for an easy paced walk through the fascinating landscape, giving you the opportunity to really embrace this
amazing and mystical place. The highlight of the tour involves 4-wheel driving over the vast sand dunes of Lancelin in custom built vehicles unique to ADAMS Pinnacle Tours. This is followed by the thrilling experience of downhill sand boarding over these constantly moving dunes.

From $215 per person


Pinnacles, New Norcia & Wildflowers with Lunch

After travelling through the Swan Valley, we arrive at New Norcia, home to Australia’s only Benedictine Abbey. A little piece of Spain comes alive in this town, full of history, art and architecture. Hear the local history before viewing the chapel and museum artifacts gifted to the monastery by Popes and Royalty of Spain. Visit the famous Benedictine Community with a guided tour of the town and main sites including the museum and art gallery where you will find extraordinary artifacts dating back to when New Norcia was an Aboriginal mission. Next we move on to the Abbey Church; home to one of only two large Moser organs, originally crafted in Germany. This is followed by a visit to St Gertrude’s College, a grand gothic style building which was originally built as a girls boarding school and opened in 1908. We then visit a produce shop selling olive oil, fruit, wine, New Norcia nut cake and breads, before enjoying a fish and chips lunch and local breads and olive oil at the historic New Norcia Hotel. Then we head on to the Western Wildflower Farm to discover how wildflowers are dried and exported. We continue on for an easy paced walk through the mystical Pinnacles Desert.

From $215  per person 

Valley of the Giants TreeTop Walk with Lunch

Leaving Perth, travel through spectacular southwest forests and lush farmland to reach the impressive Valley of the Giants with a walk through the canopy of towering old growth forest. Traveling south through Donnybrook’s famous apple and stone fruit orchards for morning tea, we continue passing the rolling farmlands of the Blackwood River Valley, then on through Western Australia’s old growth forest to see the 51-metre tall Diamond Tree bushfire watch tower, before we stop for our included picnic lunch. Next it’s the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, a 600-metre long elevated walkway through the canopy reaching up to 40 metres. This attraction is an internationally recognised nature-based tourism attraction and gives you a bird’s eye view of the amazing timber trees. Weave through the forest canopy for 600 metres and take in the majestic sight. Next, see the Ancient Empire of wide girthed Tingle Trees up to 10 metres in diameter. Visit Denmark before returning to Perth.

From $215 per person 

Margaret River, Wine, Busselton, Cape Leeuwin with Lunch

Travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastaltowns. Arriving at Busselton, stop for morning tea (own expense) to view the iconic Busselton Jetty. This is the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere (please note there is not enough time at this stop to walk the full length of the jetty). Driving into the heart of the region, head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. Following lunch we continue south to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best award-winning wines, whilst gaining industry insights on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the region’s flora and fauna. Continuing south, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees, we reach the most fascinating part of the region at Augusta Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans – a rare phenomenon to view the meeting of two oceans. Then we head north to the township of Margaret River for a brief stroll on the main street. After a long but fantastic day we return to Perth.

From $215 per person 

Pinnacles Sunset Dinner Wildlife & Stargazing Tour

For this one day express of the best of the West; visit Yanchep National Park for diverse wildlife and bushland; Hangover Bay for a splash in the ocean and the Pinnacles Desert for extraordinary rock sculptures sticking out of the sand. See wild kangaroos and koalas, marine life of all sizes, before ending the day with a shimmering kaleidoscope of colour at sunset. Located only a short drive from Perth, your highlight is Yanchep National Park. Meander along numerous trails in search of kangaroos, koalas or wildflowers in spring. Enjoy coffee at the Chocolate Drop Tea Rooms or join a guided tour of the limestone Crystal Cave where you can admire the be jeweled beauty of stalagmites and stalactites (additional cost). Journey up the coast to Hangover Bay, a sun-seekers paradise with picturesque views. Keep an eye out for bottle-nose dolphins or Australian sea lions which can often be spotted not far from the shore. Our day ends with a visit to the incredible Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park, where you cement the friendship over a delicious picnic dinner. Walk through the eerie limestone pillars and watch as the colours change as dusk approaches. Take a moment to look up at the evening sky and be blown away by the magnificence of our solar system. Then head back to Perth, arriving late in the evening.

From $165 per person 

Swan Valley Gourmet Wine Cruise

Take a seat and revel in the beautiful Swan River on the only cruise in Australia that departs from a capital city and delivers you to the doorstep of an award winning winery. On your upstream journey to the prestigious Sandalford  Estate enjoy complimentary tea and freshly brewed Yahava coffee with freshly baked muffins, accompanied by a guided premium Western Australian wine tasting and cheese board selection.  Upon arrival, enjoy a short walk through the grounds, leading to a behind the    scenes wine-making tour of the estate. On completion of the tour delight in a  two- course gourmet lunch in the winery restaurant and a tasting of six premium wines – relish a glass of your favourite with lunch.

From $185 per person 

Perth Swan River Dinner Cruise

Perth’s only Swan River dinner cruise offers the unique opportunity to see the Perth City lights skyline! Whether you’re celebrating a special event, organising a group night out, or just looking for a dinner with a difference, this dinner cruise is for you. We invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy the evening atmosphere whilst our crew helps make your experience one to remember. Upon departure the tempting hot buffet awaits, complemented by an assortment of fresh seasonal salads and cold dishes. Complimentary standard beer, wine and soft drink is also available for the duration of the cruise.

From $139 per person 

Caversham Wildlife Park 

Caversham Wildlife Park showcases many of Australia’s unique native animals, including koalas, wallabies, possums, Tasmanian devils and wombats – providing visitors with the opportunity for a close-up encounter with some Australian icons! Hand-feed our kangaroos, have a photo taken with the koalas, catch a keeper talk and interact in one of two great hands-on shows – all included in your admission fee.

From $20 per person 

Best of Perth – Pinnacles & Swan Valley

This one day tour visits the Pinnacles, Lancelin sand dunes, Caversham Wildlife Park complete with lunch at a Swan Valley vineyard. Caversham Wildlife Park This fun packed full day trip departs from Perth at 8.30am and the first stop is Caversham Wildlife Park where Explorers get to feed Kangaroos and get up close to Koalas. You will also get to see a wide range of other animals, birds and marsupials that are native to Australia. After an hour or so spent with these amazing Australian icons we jump back on the Explorer bus and take a short drive to the beautiful Swan Valley. Swan Valley Vineyard The Swan Valley is well known for a wide range of internationally acclaimed vineyards, restaurants, cafes and art galleries. On this tour you will get a chance to visit one of the newest and best vineyards/breweries in the region and enjoy a lovely lunch with a glass of wine, beer or soft drink. Explorers choose their meal from a menu which has been certified as being suitable for customers requiring Halal meals. Amazing Pinnacles After lunch we take a drive up the Indian Ocean Road to the Nambung National Park for a close look at the Pinnacles. The park itself covers an area of 17,487 hectares and provides a natural habitat for an extensive range of animals and bird life. Luckily for us there is a modern discovery centre which houses fascinating interpretative displays with details of the Pinnacles themselves as well as the flora and fauna of the park. Aboard the Explorer Bus we will see the Pinnacles on a scenic drive through the park before setting off on foot for an easy paced walk through this eerie yet fascinating landscape, at which point you can take photos up close to the Pinnacles. Sand Boarding down Sand Dunes Back aboard the Explorer Bus we head south for an hour to finish off the day at the adventure filled town of Lancelin. Here you can admire the extensive Lancelin sand dunes and for the more adventurous explorers perhaps try out Sandboarding using the sand boards provided (think Snowboarding but replace the snow with sand). The Explorer Bus returns us back to Perth at around 7.30pm having experienced some of the best activities that the region has to offer.

From $185 per person 

New Norcia & Chittering Valley Tour 

Enjoy a full day New Norcia and Chittering Valley tour, including unique heritage experiences and an in-depth visit to Australia’s only monastic township, New Norcia. Founded in 1847 by Spanish Benedictine monks and nestled in a picturesque valley in the heart of the Western Australian bush, magnificent towered buildings, olive trees and church bells combine to make New Norcia a truly fascinating place. This leisurely day tour spends four hours at New Norcia and includes a detailed tour with a local guide, lunch at the majestic Hotel, entry to the Museum, Art Gallery and Gift Shop plus a relaxing country drive back to Perth through the picturesque Chittering Valley.

From $200 per person 

Wonderful Western Wildflowers Tour 

A spectacular floral experience, this full-day tour showcases hundreds of varieties of spring wildflowers in special locations on the Swan Coastal Plain and the slopes, forests and rocky granite outcrops of the Darling Escarpment, a short distance from Perth. Throughout the day, you will be entertained by the Coach Captain’s expert commentary on local points of interest whilst the botanical guide will provide you with fascinating facts and information on the different flower species. Morning tea and lunch in delightful bushland settings and a full-colour wildflower booklet are all included plus a visit to a local orchard.

From $170 per person

Country Craft, Coast & Cruise

A delightfully relaxing, full-day tour which takes in some of the historical and natural attractions plus the local craft of the Peel Region, south of Perth. The morning is spent at the historic Edenvale Homestead Precinct in Pinjarra: an activity hub for local community craft groups (potters, quilters, artists and machine enthusiasts). Late morning continue south and stroll along a raised boardwalk on the banks of pristine Lake Clifton to view the thrombolites: amazing living organisms which have existed over 2000 years. Dine at a local restaurant overlooking the Dawesville Cut and the Peel Inlet. Conclude the day by cruising the Mandurah waterways: home to many species of migratory water birds, bottle-nosed dolphins as well as luxury, waterside homes.

From $170 per person 

Ultimate Leeuwin Wine & Food Tour

Celebrating fine wine, food and the arts, the ‘Ultimate Leeuwin Wine and Food Experience’ is the most elegant way to be introduced to the Estate. Upon arrival guests will be greeted by our tutor in the Art Gallery and welcomed with a glass of Leeuwin Estate Brut as they enjoy the unique collection of contemporary artworks that feature on the labels of Leeuwin’s premium ‘Art Series’ range of wines. A tutored wine tasting of five Leeuwin Estate wines, each accompanied by perfectly matched food, will precede lunch in the award winning restaurant where guests will continue to enjoy the range of five wines accompanied by a seasonal menu including house baked bread and olive oil, à la carte selection of mains, à la carte selection of desserts, a farm cheese and tea and coffee.

From $235 per person 

Ultimate Leeuwin Degustation

The Ultimate Leeuwin Degustation Experience’ is the most luxurious way to be introduced to the Estate’s unique qualities – fine wine, food and the arts. Upon arrival guests will be greeted by their host and commence their experience in our private alfresco verandah setting with morning tea, inclusive of coffee or tea and cake. Your host will escort you on a behind the scenes tour introducing the history and winemaking philosophy of Leeuwin Estate. After visiting the Art Gallery to view the unique collection of contemporary Australian artworks that feature on the labels of Leeuwin’s premium ‘Art Series’ range of wines, the tour concludes with a tutored tasting of select Leeuwin Estate wines. Upon returning to our award winning restaurant, guests will be presented with a seasonal seven course degustation menu accompanied by carefully matched Estate wines. Each dish and wine match will be introduced by our culinary team. This tantalizing experience is tailored to ‘wow’ even the most experienced diner.

From $269 per person 

Margaret River Food and Wine Tour

Margaret River region is famous for its wines and well known as a gourmet food bowl. On this tour we visit four wineries. Visiting Brown Hill a family owned and operated vineyard established in 1995. Brown Hill produce multi award winning wine. Their stated aim is to produce top-quality wines with uncompromising viticultural practices emphasising low yields. At Leeuwin Estate savour  their ‘Wine & Food Flight’  an intimate and informal wine matching experience. Estate Art Series wine flights, each served with a canapé of seasonal fresh produce. We stop for lunch at Xanadu Wines an award winning restaurant. Xanadu has been awarded a Chef Hat by the Australian Good Food Guide, 2019 Chef Hat Awards. The restaurant  expansive views over the gardens, Private wine tasting at Vasse Felix Margaret River region’s founding wine estate.

From $495 per person 

Optus Stadium Tours

Join our friendly Stadium guide on a 90 minute behind-the-scenes tour of Australia’s newest event venue, Optus Stadium.  Opened in 2018, the Stadium is the most state-of-the art venue in the Southern Hemisphere.   Our tour begins with a friendly introduction from the tour leader at the rebel Fan Gear Store located near Gate D. Patrons are guided through the inner sanctum of the stadium which includes The Locker Room, state-of-the-art facilities in the players’ changerooms and other premium function spaces. Subject to availability, patrons will have the chance to stand on the field of play and see the Stadium from a player’s point of view.

From $25 per person 

Discover Rottnest

See the whole of Rottnest in a day with a return ferry trip combined with a full island bus tour. This 90-minute tour visits the island’s most spectacular locations, with insightful commentary shining a light on Rotto’s unique flora, fauna, history and culture. The bus stops at two key vantage points – Wadjemup lighthouse and the rugged West End – where passengers can hop off, take a short walk and soak up the views. You might even meet a quokka or two along the way.

From $124 per person 

Experience Rottnest

Ferry out to Rottnest from either Fremantle or Perth: book a bike before your journey and it’ll be waiting for you on the jetty when you arrive. Cycle around the island’s must-see sights – including lighthouses, old military forts and historic buildings – then discover your own slice of beachy paradise for a picnic and some snorkelling. With warm waters, pristine coral and myriad species of colourful fish, Rottnest’s undersea species are just as interesting as the quokkas on the beaches.

From $142 per person 

Rottnest Island Bike & Ferry

Book a bike before you travel – it will be waiting for you at the jetty when you arrive. With no cars to worry about, you can safely explore the island’s roads and pathways at your leisure. Cycle out to lighthouses, secluded bays and beaches, stop for a picnic and count quokkas as you go. From a ‘lap of the map’ to a short ride, cycling Rottnest is a great day out.

From $104 per person 

Perth Riverside City Tour

Using shared pathways travel West past the Supreme Court Gardens, through the old and redeveloped Barrack Street Jetty precinct and new Elizabeth Quays zone along the Swan River, take in the river foreshore and view from the new EQ suspension bridge whilst being informed about the development of this new area of Perth. Pass by The Bell Tower, Narrows Bridge, around the base of Kings Park through the John Oldham Park lakeland and waterfall area to see great city views and amazing birdlife. Continue around the river back through the Quays along the River to the Old Rowing Club returning back to Barrack Street Jetty.

$89 per person 

Fortress Adventure Tour

Take the path less travelled as we go off-road and explore Rottnest Island’s most spectacular bays, beaches and attractions on a Segway built for adventure! Our experienced guides will introduce you to your off-road Segway in our practice zone before setting off to delve into the fascinating military history of Rottnest Island. We visit the Bickley Battery gun emplacements and Jubilee lookout, and learn how important\ Rottnest Island was in defence strategy for Fremantle port during World War II. Rottnest Island is renowned for its pristine beaches and secluded bays. Our guides will explain the amazing natural habitat of the island with plenty of time to stop at stunning photo locations and perhaps a Quokka selfie along the way. Perfect for guests with an adventurous spirit, you won’t want to miss this tour, rated the best activity to do on the island. We like to think so!

From $129 per person 

14,000ft Rottnest Island Tandem Skydive

Skydive over WA’s favourite holiday island, Rottnest and land right on the beach for an unforgettable experience. Tandem Skydiving with Geronimo Rottnest. Have you ever tried it? Jumping out of a perfectly good airplane? Harness tight, sitting in the door with your Instructor the deafening sound of wind in your ears? Have you experienced the incredible rush of free fall? Whether you are an adrenalin junkie or someone who has always wanted to ‘give it a go,’ the Skydive Geronimo team invites you to join us on an experience of a lifetime! Your experience begins with a warm welcome at our facilities at the Rottnest Island Airport, followed by a briefing with your qualified and friendly Skydive Instructor. After a quick goodbye to family and friends, you will board the Geronimo aircraft and fly to jump altitude. The 15 – 20 minute flight features views of stunning WA coastline, the island itself and Perth city beyond. Together with your Instructor, you will free fall at 200kms/hr for 60 seconds! This is by far the most exciting part, so we recommend considering an upgraded height of 15,000ft, which can be arranged on jump day. Your Instructor will deploy your parachute at 5,000ft and you then enjoy a spectacular 5-minute parachute ride, before landing on the beach alongside family and friends. Then it’s time to celebrate! Customers enjoy a free celebratory drink at Thomsons Rottnest, while verlooking the ocean – skydiving is thirsty work!

From $390 per person 

Skydive Jurien Bay 

‘Get the rush’ Skydive at one of the world’s most beautiful beach skydive destinations…Jurien Bay! Freefall from 10,000 feet over the pristine Turquoise Coast, Jurien Bay Marine Park and the Pinnacles Desert, landing on the soft white sand beach in Jurien Bay. With an impeccable safety record and friendly instructors utilising world class equipment, your skydive experience will be one you will never forget! Operates daily ex Jurien Bay and free return transfers ex Perth Thursdays only – pre booking of transfers is essential.

From $349 per person 

Margaret River Day Tour

A 7 hour Margaret River Day Tour comprising of a scenic seaplane tour from the Swan River, Perth to Margaret River. Flying out of the Swan River with a with an exciting water take off to land in the heart of Margaret River.  Guests will experience an all inclusive visit to the prestigeous wine region within a private coach. Stopping at the famous Margaret River to try local produce on platters and also visiting the beautiful coastlines accompanied with a glass of brut, the guests will then experience guided tastings from 2 boutique, award winning wineries and also indulge in a gourmet winery lunch. The return low-level scenic flight will depart Margaret River landing on the calm waters of the Swan River, Perth.

From $795 per person 

Rottnest Island Day Tour

A 9 hour, full day tour of Rottnest Island from the Swan River, Perth CBD via luxury seaplane. Hopping on your bus transfer to the Rottnest island Settlement you will embark on your 2 hour Bayseeker Tour with guided commentary.  After lunch the 2 hour guided tour of Oliver Hill Military Settlement  with a  a novalty train ride. Throughout the day there will be plenty of time to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery. Don’t forget to take the perfect Quokka selfie!

From $395 per person 

The Aquarium of Western Australia

Situated at Hillary’s Boat Harbour, The Aquarium of Western Australia boasts one of the world’s largest living coral reef exhibits where visitors will be amazed by the vibrant life of a coral reef, bursting with colourful creatures and coral formations.

From $30 per person 

Coffee Culture and Art Tour of Perth

Start your day in Perth with a coffee (or tea), and a dash of culture, art and history. Discover hidden art, laneways, secret gardens, amazing cafes and learn about the local history while exploring the city. Your friendly local guide will escort you to one of the most significant structures in Perth, the State Buildings. Formerly home to the General Post Office, Land Titles Office, Treasury and Parliament, this complex contains 120 years of stories. These days, the State Buildings are home to many quality food and beverage venues. The tour will explore the heritage precinct of Perth, the old theatre district, as well as former educational precincts. Enjoy a coffee/tea at a popular local cafe (included) and enjoy wonderfully re- purposed heritage spaces. The tour concludes with a delicious treat at Elizabeth Quay, the waterfront precinct located on the tranquil Swan River. The ideal start to a Perth day.

From $45 per person 

Eat Drink Walk Perth- Perth Bar and Restaurant tour

Enjoy an evening journey through Perth’s burgeoning food and beverage scene. Go where the locals hang out. Walk a little, eat a little and drink a little as you discover the bars and restaurants in the city centre in heritage buildings, laneways and other out-of-the-way watering holes. You will visit three unique venues, spending about 40 minutes in each venue. This will give you plenty of time to enjoy the complimentary food or beverage on arrival at each venue and discover the stories of the buildings you’re visiting. During the time between venues, you will be guided through sections of the city and discover other venues, thriving street art, laneways and intriguing spaces. You’ll also learn some of the fun history of the city as you wind your way through downtown. The tour includes two drinks and grazing food, access to drink specials, plus a free Perth digital tour download. Fun, relaxed and sophisticated, eat, drink and walk with Two Feet and a Heartbeat!

From $65 per person 

The Epicurean Tour

Explore the world of food and wine at Margaret River’s founding wine estate. This tour takes you behind the scenes on winemaking, sharing unique historical insights into the region and all facets of wine production at Vasse Felix. Meet with the winemaker as you explore the winery and red barrel hall, before joining your host for a tasting of the Wine Collection. Then step into the world of food and wine matching, where you’ll gain insights into Margaret River’s local produce, and the philosophies that guide the Vasse Felix Chefs in their creation of dishes to match with the region’s wines. Meet the Chef and enjoy the ultimate treat of a five course tasting menu, paired with wines. Finally select your choice of a bottle of Vasse Felix Premier wine to take away and share with your friends and family.

From $320 per person 

Estate Tour and Discovery Menu

Our Estate Tour, Tasting, and Discovery Menu offers the full Voyager Estate experience, from vine to wine, and garden to table. As you are taken around Voyager Estate, our tour guide provides you with an insight into what we do; from winemaking and viticulture to the history and personalities of Voyager Estate. With only 6 guests at any one time, it’s the best way to explore the Estate. Discover our vineyards – the lifeblood of the Estate – see our winery barrel hall where you can taste wine from the barrel, and kitchen garden. You will finish the tour with a guided tasting of our wines. From here, you can take your healthy appetite through to our restaurant and experience a journey of the senses with our wine-paired seven-course Wine Discovery Menu.

From $225 per person 

A fee will apply for payments made by debit and credit cards. Please check this fee with us or your travel consultant when booking. Prices correct as at 15 Mar 2021  but may fluctuate if surcharges, fees, taxes or currency change.19 Mar – 1 Apr 21 (Sunday to Friday stays). Add on an extra $45* per person for stays including a Saturday night. Offers subject to availability.  ^When booking 3 nights or more receive $150 touring credit OR 5 nights or more receive $300 touring credit, for eligible stays in Perth or Fremantle. The credit amount is per booking and must be redeemed at time of making reservation,Amounts payable to third parties not included. Please check all prices, availability and other information with your travel consultant before booking. Room upgrades and late check-outs are subject to availability unless otherwise stated. Bookings must be made direct with Viva Holidays or a travel agent. Package cancellation fees apply. Ratings provide a general indication of the standard of accommodation. These are our own views and not related to any other rating system. 3 star (★) indicate a comfortable standard of accommodation, 4 star indicate superior standard and 5 star indicate deluxe standard. A half star (✩) indicates an additional half rating. All savings and bonus nights are included in the advertised price. Airfares are not included unless otherwise specified. Offers can be withdrawn without notice and are not combinable with any other offers unless stated. The Viva Holidays General Booking Conditions apply, available at www.vivaholidays.com.au/terms-and-conditions. Other conditions apply – ask for details. Viva Holidays Pty Ltd ABN 78 634 662 294.



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