Ten-day Trips From Perth

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Express Pedal
Broome to Perth
Adelaide to Perth
Autopia Tours: Perth to Monkey Mia 4 Day Coastal Loop
Autopia Tours: Perth to Exmouth 6 Day Coral Coaster
Autopia Tours: Perth to Monkey Mia 4 Day Coastal Loop
Autopia Tours: Perth to Exmouth 6 Day Coral Coaster
Autopia Tours: Perth to Exmouth Explorer 7 Day
Wildflower Festival Bike Tour Kings Park
Swan Valley Wine Tour – Full Day
d’Vine Tour – Full Day Swan Valley Wine Tour
Tour and Gold Pour
East Tour
Fremantle Food Lovers Tour
Kings Park Tour
Riverside Tour
Autopia Tours: Perth to Exmouth Explorer 7 Day – Basic Dormitory Share
Half Day Swan Valley Wine Tour

The Bell Tower Experience
Pinnacles and Sandboarding Including Yanchep National Park 1 Day Tour
Thrill Ride

Sunset City Skyline Pedal
Low and Slow BBQ Tour – Half Day Food Tour
Half Day Swan Valley Wine Tour

EQ to CC Return
Perth Small Bar & Street Art Tour
The ULTIMATE Perth Walking Tour

Pinnacles at Sunset Tour
SPEED GRAZING Good Food Wine & Cider Morning Tour
Perth – Arcades & Laneways

Perth  the City of Lights

Most people who have never visited Western Australia think that there isn’t much to see in Perth. However, you are mistaken. Western Australia is a one-of-a-kind section of Australia, with so many intriguing things to do in and around Perth, in particular, that would take a lifetime to see them all. 

Ten-day Trips From Perth

Perth is the ideal starting point for an adventurous day out, sandwiched amid some of Australia’s most diverse landscapes. With stunning beaches, desert landscapes, wine-growing regions, and forests. The most difficult aspect of day travels from Perth is deciding where to go first. We have compiled Ten-day Trips From Perth for you to plan your next trip from Perth.

Perth to Margaret River tour

Located in the valley of the eponymous Margaret River, 277 kilometres (172 mi) south of Perth is the Margaret River. A small town south of Perth in Western Australia, known for its craft breweries, boutiques, and surrounding wineries. The coast to the west of the town is a renowned surfing location. Several hundred caves are located nearby and all of them are within the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.

Rottnest Island

Western Australia’s very own island paradise. Just 19 km off the coast of Perth City, but an entire world away, lies the sunny holiday island of Rottnest with soft sand beaches where you can see abundant marine life. Its varied limestone reef terrain and plentiful fish make it an interesting diving destination. Most visitors arrive on one of the ferries from Fremantle, Perth, and Hillarys.

Penguin Island

45 minutes south of Perth and a 5-minute ferry ride across beautiful Shoalwater Bay, Penguin Island is one of the ideal day trip destinations from Perth. It is home to a colony of approximately 1200 little penguins. The waters surrounding the island make up the Shoalwater Islands Marine Park. There are plenty of things for you to do including swimming with dolphins, kayaking, camping, and hiking.

Pinnacles Desert

Take a day trip from Perth to the other-worldly landscape of the Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park. Following the Indian Ocean Drive, you can stop to meet friendly kangaroos and koalas or try sandboarding. The Pinnacles desert rock formations are a major attraction and can be found approximately 2 hours North of Perth. This travel destination offers Pub Food, Seafood or a picnic at Hangover Bay or Kangaroo Point.

Perth Zoo

Located just minutes from Perth City, Perth Zoo is a convenient and beautiful way to meet Australia’s incredible wildlife. The zoo has 1258 animals of 164 species and an extensive botanical collection. Perth Zoo is widely known as a unique events and functions destination and can offer a host of amazing experiences.

Serpentine National Park

With beautiful waterfalls, bushwalking trails and an abundance of native wildlife, Serpentine National Park is an idyllic day-trip from Perth. The beautiful National Park is a sanctuary for an array of plants and animals and has plenty of amenities including picnic areas for the public to enjoy. The Serpentine Falls are the crowning jewel of the picturesque Serpentine National Park.


The historic port town of Fremantle is an eclectic and eccentric blend of exciting food, fashion, festivals, arts, culture, and World Heritage architecture. Located Just 30 minutes from Perth City, Fremantle is mild and generally sunny all year-round. You can visit many interesting travel locations like Fremantle prison, Fremantle markets, the roundhouse, Fremantle arts centre, Esplanade Park, WA Shipwrecks Museum, WA Maritime Museum, and Bathers Beach.

Yanchep National Park

Located 42 kilometres (26 mi) north of Perth, Yanchep national park is home to western grey kangaroos. The park has nine walk trails designed to suit a variety of age groups, interests and fitness abilities. More than 400 caves have been recorded in the park, and there are many ways you can enjoy them. With woodland and wetland, the park offers plenty of opportunity for spotting a wide variety of birds. The park has many picnic spots and camping sites.

Perth Hills

Just 45 minutes east of Perth City, explore the stunning scenery, scenic drives and vibrant villages of the Perth Hills. Visit the delightful, historic towns of Mundaring and Kalamunda. Tap into the creative community and food producers of the Perth Hills. One of the best things to do in Perth Hills is simply walking. With the world’s longest walk trails, meandering almost 1000 kilometres you can walk just a few kilometres to get a taste of the countryside.

Swan Valley

Indulge in more than 40 wineries in the Swan Valley, Western Australia’s oldest wine region. The Swan Valley is a 25-minute drive from Perth’s city. With loads of cellar door tastings and some gorgeous countryside to enjoy too, even just a leisurely drive here is worthwhile. Best known for its boutique food production, including cheese and chocolate, making a trip here is a real treat!

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