The southwestern corner of Western Australia is a pocket of lush green forests, farmland, rivers and an awe- inspiring coastline that sits in contrast to the stark landscapes of the rest of the state. Its fertile soils provide foodies with the best fresh produce and world-class wineries, while its waters are rich with marine life. A fascinating colonial history weaves its way through the charming towns along our route, and this is an itinerary of pleasant short drives.
Our journey begins and ends in Perth, with a stop in Pemberton, known for its excellent local produce, wineries and ancient cave systems formed thousands of years ago. In Albany, we’ll explore the colonial history of the region, and be dwarfed by the towering trees of nearby Walpole-Nornalup National Park. This region plays host to thousands of whales migrating from the Antarctic, and we will have several opportunities to see them.
Whether you’re looking for landscapes of rugged cliffs and turquoise waters; to sample a world-class drop; to spot the biggest and smallest animals on earth or to simply escape in nature, the Great South West has it all.
- Whale watching amidst rugged cliffs and turquoise waters
- Towering trees of Walpole-Nornalup National Park
- The colonial history of charming Albany
- Margaret River’s food and wine
- Stunning wildflowers that decorate the region during Spring
- Spotting quokkas on beautiful Rottnest Island
||30 August 2022|
|TOUR COST||$6,590 per person twin share|
- Tours depart with a minimum of 6 clients
- No more than 16 clients on any trip
- Tour cost excludes domestic flights and train travel
- To book and reserve your place on a tour, a deposit of $500 and a completed booking form is required