Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & SaturdayDuration
13½ hoursStart time
Start time: 0800h (08:00am)
Duration: 13½ hours
Your hotel in Perth (Selected).
(We would require your hotel details in order to arrange your pick up. If you do not have this information at the time of booking, please contact the local activity operator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details)
An alternative pick-up point is at Perth Sightseeing Centre, Shop 1 Barrack Street Jetty.
Your hotel in Perth (Selected)
Also included in this tour is Boranup forest. Surrounded by giant ‘Karri’ trees some of which are 90 metres high, the forest has a variety of flora and fauna. End your tour with a visit to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, a geographically significant point because it marks the dividing point between the Southern and Indian oceans.
Taking you through Western Australia’s diverse landscape, this tour will give you memories that will last a lifetime.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Perth and will travel in a coach with your guide.
Tour with English Speaking guide:
In morning travel down to the coastal town of Busselton to enjoy morning tea (own expense) and whilst here marvel at the Busselton Jetty, a two kilometre construction, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere.
Stop at the Cape Lavender Farm to view the beautiful gardens or maybe make a purchase from the extensive Lavender products they have on sale, alternatively try one of their famous Lavender scones.
Continue south to the Margaret River Wine Region, where you can enjoy some free time in the Margaret River Townships.
Afterwards we head to the Lake Cave Tearooms where you can enjoy a picnic lunch and, time permitting, visit the CaveWorks Interprative Centre.
Next we head to mammoth Cave to exprience a guided tour of one of over 300 natural underground limestone caves in the district. Travelling south we pass by stunning Boranup Forest, a visual highlight of the region before driving past Augusta's famous Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, a geographical point of significance marking the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans.
Next stop is a winery where you have the opportunity to taste some famous Margaret River wines. Returning to the north of the region we break at a cafe for a light dinner (own expense), return to Perth with arrival at approximately 9:30pm.
Tour with French Speaking guide:
Following morning tea (own expense) at Dawesville Channel, journey to Xanadu Winery, one of the early established vineyards of the region for wine tasting and the chance to purchase from their extensive cellar and merchandise collection.
Continue to Eagles Heritage Raptor Centre to enjoy a picnic lunch before witnessing raptors being handled up close and be in awe of their amazing speed during a free flight display. Experience a guided tour of Mammoth Cave, one of over 300 natural underground limestone caves in the district.
Travelling south, pass by stunning Boranup Forest, a visual highlight of the region before arriving at Augusta's famous Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, a geographical point of significance marking the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans.
Returning to the north of the region break at a café for a light dinner at the Busselton Jetty (own expense). Marvel at this two kilometre construction, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Return to Perth arriving approximately 9:30pm.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming the departure details
This tour requires a minimum of 2 passengers to operate. If you book this tour and the minimum of 2 passengers is not met then you will be given the option to move to another departure date or a full refund will be given.
Vineyards closed on Christmas Day, Good Friday and some public holidays
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Our experience: As a tourist and having never visited that side of Australia before, I found the whole of the tour to give me a lot of insight into what WA has to offer...
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