3 Days Southern Experience

3 Days Southern Experience

3 Days Southern Experience

Your next adventure is never far away with rolling vineyards set against a backdrop of ocean and forest, letting you easily hop from one experience to the next. As you explore the region, you’ll uncover curious animals and rare plant species found nowhere else on earth. There are plenty more gems waiting to be unearthed in the South West, just two and a half hours from Perth by road – Just another day in WA.

Tour Details

  • Min: 3 passengers / Max: 12 passengers
  • Price ECONOMY: twin AU$ 1,500 / single AU$ 1,685
  • Price STANDARD: twin AU$ 1,700 / single AU$ 1,935
  • Departs: Every Saturday
  • No tours on: 22.12.2018 / 29.12.2018
  • Tour start: from your hotel in Perth or Fremantle
  • Private Charter Tours: Can be booked on a private charter tour for daily departure
  • All prices are per person and valid until 31 March 2019

ECONOMY INCLUDES:

  • Entry fees to National Parks, Tree Top Walk, Wave Rock, Emu Farm
  • Meals: 2x B – Breakfast
  • Daily extensive coffee/tea break with also juices, biscuits, muesli bars, nuts, salty snacks, seasonal fruit and/or vegetable, dried fruit and lots more (including gluten-free products) to choose from

STANDARD INCLUDES:

  • As above, plus:
  • Transfer in Perth from airport to hotel/from hotel to airport if arrival/departure is between 6am and 11pm up to 3 days directly prior or after the tour
  • Accommodation during the tour 2x in Motel, category Standard room
  • Meals (2x D – Dinner)*
  • Personal bag with comprehensive information package and useful bits and pieces for your Australian holiday

 

Tour Overview

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Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants

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Albany

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Torndirrup National Park with “The Gap” and “Natural Bridge”

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Wave Rock

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York, West Australias 1st inland settlement

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Emu Farm

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Wildflowers (Seasonal)

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German or English guided / French on request only

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Free cold non-alcoholic drinks during driving

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Comprehensive information kit in vehicles

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24-hour German/French/English telephone service

Day 1 Perth – Albany D*
Leisurely travel to the impressive Karri forests of the Pemberton region. Courageous visitors will have the possibility to climb a spiral ladder to the platform of one of the highest “Fire Spotting Trees” in the world. The Valley of the Giants, a section of forest appropriately named for its huge trees, is our next destination. Tree Top Walk offers an amazing bird’s eye view to this window of the past. Much of the plant life in this region is unique to the southwest of Western Australia. Via Denmark, we reach Albany, Western Australia’s first settlement, in the evening.
Accommodation: Quality Suites Banksia Gardens, Albany (Economy or Standard room)

Day 2 Albany – Hyden B/D*                                                                      
A city tour of Albany and the magnificent panorama view from Mt. Clarence overlooking King George Sound, where the first settlers landed in 1826, let you realize the importance of this town to Western Australia. Afterwards we will be exploring “Natural Bridge and The Gap” in Torndirrup National Park. The tour continues with a drive through farmland in the Stirling Range. The many different varieties of plants originating in the Stirling Range are mainly due to its insular location. This mountain range is a climatic island and the plain is typical for its dry and warm weather conditions. Late afternoon we will arrive in Hyden.
Accommodation: Wave Rock Motel, Hyden (Economy or Standard room)

Day 3 Hyden – Perth B                                                                               
After breakfast, we will visit the famous and astounding “breakers wave” the ‘Wave Rock’. There is enough time to explore and learn about the story of this unbelievable natural wonder. Afterwards we drive through the wide-stretched West Australian wheat belt to reach York at about lunchtime. A quaint short stroll in the oldest inland settlement of W.A. will take you back to the time of the first settlers. The old well-maintained and renovated houses boasting their original facades bring forth still today the atmosphere of the pioneer’s time. A visit to an Emu farm is another highlight where we learn interesting details about this astonishing native animal, one of Australia’s emblem figures. After an enjoyable travel back to Perth, this tour concludes at your hotel.