Western Australia Tours

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Perth City Skyline Pedal
10 Day Perth to Adelaide Adventure Tour
Boab, Bikes & Bees – Discovering Wildflowers Bike Tour Kings Park
Swan Valley Wine Tour – Half Day
Full Day Swan Valley Wine Tour
Perth Mint Live Gold Pour and Fremantle
Half Day Perth & Fremantle Highlights
Perth, Kings Park, Swan River, Fremantle and optional cruise
The Romance Package For Two
Swan Valley & Wildlife Park Tour
1 Day Pinnacles Sunset Dinner & Stargazing Tour
Perth – Arcades & Laneways

Western Australia covers about third of the total land mass of Australia. The state is bounded to the north by the Timor Sea, to the northwest and west by the Indian Ocean, and to the south by the portion of the Indian Ocean commonly called the Southern Ocean (or Antarctic Ocean) in Australia. Moreover, to the east lie the deserts of the Northern Territory and South Australia.

The capital is Perth, which is also one of the largest metropolitan regions in Australia is included for your western australia tours.

Perth’s population

The overwhelming majority of the population lives in the greater Perth area. Among the most isolated of the world’s administrative centres, Perth is closer in distance and time zone to Jakarta and Singapore than to Sydney. The population centres are extremely isolated from one another, and from the other populated zones of Australia. It is also the largest statoid in the world (sub-national body) besides the Sakha Republic in Russia.

The vastness of the state is certainly not to be underestimated when planning your holiday about Western Australia tours.

Perth and the south-west corner including the Margaret River and Albany are easily accessible, as is Broome. Visiting much of the rest of the state requires some planning. It will also require some long drives.

6 regions are included for Western Australia tours

  • Perth the main hub of Western Australia
  • Margaret River: one of world’s biodiversity hotspots
  • desert landscape in Esperance
  • Golden Outback
  • Exmouth and the Coral Coast
  • Broome and the North West


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