Thursday, 27 October 2016

TOURS, ATTRACTIONS AND ACCOMMODATION in Western Australia October 2016

Segways are rolling in Fremantle

Segway Tours have launched in Fremantle, giving visitors an opportunity to use this unique mode of transport to explore Perth's 'hipster' port city. Enthusiastic guides will retell stories of Fremantle's shipwrecks, famous pioneers, early settlers, while pointing out historic 19th century architecture and landmarks. Tour prices start from $89 per adult.

New Ngalang Wongi cultural tour in Ferguson Valley

Ngalang Wongi Aboriginal Cultural Tours is now offering Sunday tours in Ferguson Valley, located a 90-minute drive from Perth CBD. The full-day tour provides insight into traditional and cultural indigenous stories of the area, and visits significant sites and spectacular natural attractions. At lunch, tour guests have the opportunity to try some local bush tucker and indulge in some fresh WA produce.

National Anzac Centre tops TripAdvisor list

Albany's National Anzac Centre has been named Australia's number one museum by TripAdvisor users, with more than 800 positive reviews on the popular travel website. The centre has attracted more than 136,000 visitors since opening its doors in November 2014, with its unique and moving depiction of World War I through the voices of Anzac soldiers. This popular tourist attraction has scooped a number of accolades, including best new tourism business at the 2015 Perth Airport WA Tourism Awards and is ranked number 21 in Lonely Planet's top new travel experiences.

Quest East Perth now open

The newly opened Quest East Perth offers 130 stylishly appointed studios, one and two bedroom apartments. The new property features high-speed WiFi internet access, a fully equipped kitchen (kitchenette in studio rooms), work desk and Foxtel TV. The property is only a short walk from the heart of Perth's CBD and close to an exciting range of different restaurants and public transport options.

Dive into the Shark Bay World Heritage Area

Tourists can now dive around the remote coastline of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, including Steep Point and Dirk Hartog Island. The region's aquamarine waters are full of beautiful corals and brimming with marine life, making it the perfect dive and snorkelling location. Shark Bay Dive and Marine Safaris offer dive tours as well as accredited PADI open water dive courses. Visit the website to view the selection of tours and courses on offer.

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