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PERTH

WESTERN AUSTRALIA DAY TOURS & SHORT BREAKS

Pinnacles Desert | Margaret River | Wave Rock | New Norcia Fremantle | Rottnest Island | Tree Top Walk | Wildflowers

2019/20

Edition 2


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TOURING WITH ADAMS PINNACLE TOURS A wholly Western Australian owned company operating with over 37 years experience, ADAMS Pinnacle Tours is proudly regarded as Western Australia’s leading tour operator. Renowned for our custom-designed fleet of 5-star touring vehicles - visiting many of Western Australia’s premier and iconic attractions in superb comfort is made a reality.

Five Star Luxury with ADAMS Pinnacle Tours

With Western Australia’s large distances, comfort should be part of your selection criteria. Our 5-star fleet of 10- 50 seater coaches and 27 seater 4WDs are regarded as one of Australia’s finest: • 50% more legroom • Extra-large reclining seats with seatbelts for safety • Cosy sheepskin covers/leather seats and head rests • Headspace allowing fully upright standing • On-board restroom for long distances (27 seats or more) • Overhead air-conditioning, lighting and speakers • Filtered hot and cold water dispenser • Enclosed on-board refrigerator and esky storage areas • Carpet to reduce noise from unsealed roads • Dust-proof luggage hold and overhead luggage racks • Special suspension and advanced braking • Large panoramic windows and high vehicle elevation • TV, DVD and sound system for entertainment for long distances (27 seats or more) • Wi-Fi and USB plug-ins available on most vehicles *Vehicle features only applicable to tours operated in ADAMS Pinnacle Tours vehicle fleet. A selection of tours are operated by other operators, ask at time of booking.

Accommodation

For our longer tours into country areas, we’ve selected a great range of comfortable properties for our overnight stays. Chosen for their friendly hospitality, quality accommodation standards, convenient locations and great food; these comfortable properties, combined with our spacious luxury coaches, will ensure you stay refreshed and ready for the next day’s travel.

Delicious Food

An important part of any holiday is great food and we are proud to provide the very best meals including gourmet platters on both our coach and 4WD tours. From our freshly made healthy picnic lunches to our popular Rock Lobster lunch and delicious restaurant meals served on our extended tours; there is something for every palate – vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, dairy free and halal meals are catered for on request.

Our Drivers’ Passion for Western Australia

Our driver guides are an elite group of highly trained environmentally aware professionals, some with over 26 years experience. They will share their experience and stories of Western Australia with you to ensure your tour is an experience you’ll come back for.


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OUR TOP 25 SITES TO SEE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA Perth

Coral Coast

South West

Broome and The Kimberley

1. Monkey Mia Dolphin Experience 2. Kalbarri 3. Shell Beach 4. Stromatolites 5. Whale Sharks

1. Cable Beach 2. Geikie Gorge 3. Windjana Gorge 4. Tunnel Creek 5. Cape Leveque

Kununurra

El Questro

Cape Leveque

Golden Outback

1. Wave Rock 2. Wildflowers/Aboriginal Culture 3. Kalgoorlie 4. Esperance 5. Stirling Ranges

Mitchell Falls

Arc hip ela go

1. Margaret River 2. Albany 3. Busselton Jetty 4. Tree Top Walk 5. Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

Bu cca nee r

1. Perth City/Fremantle 2. Pinnacles Desert 3. Rockingham Dolphins 4. Swan Valley 5. Rottnest Island

Mt Elizabeth Station Mt Hart Windjana Gorge Tunnel Creek Geikie Gorge Fitzroy Crossing

Derby

BROOME Cable Beach

Bungle Bungles Purnululu National Park

Halls Creek

Port Hedland

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Exmouth Ningaloo Reef

Size: A huge ‘land mass’, 10 times the size of Italy and 5 times the size of Texas, Western Australia covers some 2.5 million square kilometres, almost 1/3 of the Australian continent. Attractions are scattered all around the state, so allow plenty of holiday time to explore.

Coral Bay

DISTANCE CHART

Carnarvon

In Kilometres (kms) Miles conversion = kms / 1.6

Perth Pinnacles

Perth Margaret River

Kalbarri

Monkey Mia

Monkey Mia

Pemberton Albany

Coral Bay Tom Price Port Hedland

Kalbarri

Broome

Hutt Lagoon Pink Lake

Fitzroy Crossing Kununurra

Geraldton

INDIAN OCEAN Rottnest Island

Darwin

The Pinnacles

PERTH

Wave Rock

Mandurah Bunbury Margaret River Augusta

Kalgoorlie

Pemberton Walpole Denmark

Lake Hillier Pink Lake

Stirling Range National Park Esperance

ALBANY

It’s the experience you come back for.


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PERTH AND FREMANTLE TOURS UR 1 TO N I 3

TER TAS ERTH OF P

Half Day Morning Perth & Fremantle City Explorer

Departs: Daily 8:00am Returns: 12:30pm Distance: 70km Duration: 4.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • WACA – See the iconic WACA grounds, home of Western Australia Cricket • Perth CBD – See Western Australia’s rejuvenated capital city • Kings Park – See stunning flowers and spectacular views • Millionaires' Row – Drive through the most affluent Perth suburbs • Fremantle – Drive through the historic port of Perth A great taster tour taking in Perth and Fremantle, affording the opportunity to drive around these iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA). Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaires' Row before reaching Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle, viewing the impressive facades of this heritage listed city including a brief stop. To fully enhance and maximise your experience in Fremantle, we highly suggest you take one of the additional options or include a relaxing Swan River cruise back to Perth. Alternatively, remain on the coach returning to Perth at approximately 12:30pm. Note: This tour terminates at Barrack Street Jetty in Perth. Hotel drop-offs are not included. Tour inclusions and itinerary are subject to variation due to road closures, events, roadworks or other factors beyond our control.

ADD A SWAN RIVER CRUISE FOR ONLY $30 (PFC)

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

PF

$65

$59

$40

PFC

$95

$86

$63

Full Day Grand Perth & Fremantle Tour with Tram & Cruise

Departs: Daily 8:00am Returns: 5:00pm Distance: 70km Duration: 9hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Perth CBD – See Western Australia’s rejuvenated capital city • Kings Park – See stunning flowers and spectacular views • Millionaires' Row – Drive through the most affluent Perth suburbs • Fremantle – Enjoy a historic trolley tram ride and free time for shopping or lunch • Swan River – Cruise back to Perth on a scenic river cruise This self-guided tour allows for full immersion into the twin cities of Perth and Fremantle, and also enjoys Perth’s natural asset of the Swan River. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA). Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaires' Row before reaching Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle and leave your coach tour here to enjoy the atmosphere and stop for lunch (own expense) at the many cafes and eateries, with its famous fish and chips restaurants at the Fishing Boat Harbour. Take the Fremantle Tram for a scenic tour of Fremantle and enjoy the beauty of this famous marine port, undergoing rejuvenation and development whilst maintaining old charm. Finish this relaxing day by catching the late afternoon cruise back to Perth along the pristine Swan River, sampling local wines if desired before arriving back into Perth along with million dollar views of Kings Park, Yacht Clubs and the new Elizabeth Quay. Note: This tour terminates at Barrack Street Jetty in Perth and hotel drop-offs are not included. Lunch is not included. Tour inclusions and itinerary are subject to variation due to road closures, events, roadworks or other factors beyond our control.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

GPFT

$135

$129

$95


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PERTH AND FREMANTLE TOURS E NTL TIAL A M FRE ESSEN T QUIN

ER TOW E L L BE GRAD UP

Perth & Fremantle City Explorer with Bell Tower Tour, Lunch & Cruise

Departs: Daily 8:00am Returns: 4:00pm Distance: 70km Duration: 8 hours HIGHLIGHTS: • Perth CBD – See Western Australia’s rejuvenated capital city • Kings Park – See stunning flowers and spectacular views • Millionaires' Row – Drive through the most affluent Perth suburbs • Fremantle – Drive through the historic port of Perth • Bell Tower – A unique and distinctive design A great taster tour taking in Perth and Fremantle, affording the opportunity to drive around these iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA). Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaires' Row before reaching Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle, viewing the impressive facades of this heritage listed city including a brief stop. For lunch, enjoy traditional fish and chips from Fremantle’s famous Kailis Fish Market Café. Join the 12:45pm Captain Cook cruise departure from Fremantle and enjoy wonderful views of the magnificent Swan River as you cruise the calm waters between Fremantle and Perth. Captain’s commentary, tea and coffee all included. On arrival at Perth’s Barrack Street Jetty, head to The Bell Tower – Home of the Swan Bells, for a tour and impressive views of the city and river (Bell Tower entry can be used on the following day if required as The Bell Tower closes at 4:00pm). Note: This tour terminates at Barrack Street Jetty in Perth. Hotel drop-offs are not included. Tour inclusions and itinerary are subject to variation due to road closures, events, roadworks or other factors beyond our control.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

PFBT

$135

$129

$95

Perth & Fremantle City Explorer with Tram, Prison Tour, Lunch & Cruise (Optional)

Departs: Daily 8:00am Returns: Various Distance: 70km Duration: Various HIGHLIGHTS: • Perth CBD – See Western Australia’s rejuvenated capital city • Kings Park – See stunning flowers and spectacular views • Millionaires' Row – Drive through the most affluent Perth suburbs • Fremantle Tram - Hop On/Hop Off tram tour • Fremantle Prison Tour - Experience the 'Convict Prison’, 'Behind Bars' or ‘True Crime' Tours A great taster tour taking in Perth and Fremantle, affording the opportunity to drive around these iconic cities with various stops. Starting in Perth, the tour takes in all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground (WACA). Then on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you have the opportunity to view wildflowers or take in the stunning views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent Western Suburbs of Perth, known as Millionaires' Row before reaching Cottesloe Beach where the Indian Ocean sparkles. Travel on into historic Fremantle, viewing the impressive facades of this heritage listed city including a brief stop. For lunch, enjoy traditional fish and chips from Fremantle’s famous Kailis Fish Market Café. Enjoy the benefits of your all-day hop-on-hop-off tram tour and your entry to Fremantle Prison for a tour. The convict-built prison tours provide a fascinating insight into grim life behind bars of an institution that was fully operational until 1991. Note: This tour terminates in Fremantle unless the cruise option has been selected. Hotel drop-offs are not included. Tour inclusions and itinerary are subject to variation due to road closures, events, roadworks or other factors beyond our control.

ADD A SWAN RIVER CRUISE FOR ONLY $30 (PFTPC)

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

PFTP

$135

$129

$95

PFTPC

$165

$156

$113

It’s the experience you come back for.


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THE MUST DOS – FULL DAY TOURS FROM PERTH D OAR E B D SAN VENTUR AD

O UE T Q I N U DAMS A

Full Day Pinnacles, Koalas & Sand Boarding 4WD Adventure

Departs: Daily 8:00am Returns: 7:30pm Distance: 500km Duration: 11.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Caversham Wildlife Park – Touch and feed kangaroos, see koalas and wombats • Lobster Shack – See a working seafood processing factory by the Indian Ocean • Pinnacles Desert – View and walk through the amazing moon-like sandscape • 4WD Adventure – Experience an exhilarating 4WD dune adventure – UNIQUE TO ADAMS • Dune Sand Boarding – Enjoy a thrilling downhill sand board adventure After stopping at Caversham Wildlife Park in the Swan Valley to view koalas, wombats and hand feed the kangaroos, we travel along quiet back roads to the lobster fishing town of Cervantes. Once here, enjoy a behind-the-scenes factory tour on the processing of Western Australia Rock Lobster, followed by our included fish and chips lunch, or why not upgrade to half a grilled lobster (at extra cost). Then it’s onwards to Nambung National Park to see the mystical Pinnacles Desert for an easy paced walk through the fascinating landscape, giving you the opportunity to really embrace this amazing and mystical place. The highlight of the tour involves 4-wheel driving over the vast sand dunes of Lancelin in custom built vehicles unique to ADAMS Pinnacle Tours. This is followed by the thrilling experience of downhill sand boarding over these constantly moving dunes. After an amazing day with the Pinnacles Desert, 4WD and sand boarding specialists, return to Perth down the Indian Ocean Drive stopping to view wildflowers en route (seasonal), arriving at approximately 7.30pm.

LOBSTER LUNCH UPGRADE ( P3L) - $25 PP

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

P3

$215

$194

$120

Note: Due to soft sand dunes delays may occur. Tour is not suitable for pregnant women, people with back problems or children under 4 years. Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Full Day Pinnacles Desert Explorer with Lancelin Sand Boarding

Departs: Tue, Wed, Fri & Sat 8:00am Returns: 6:00pm Distance: 400km Duration: 10hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Sorrento Quay – Stunning marina and opportunity to shop for souvenirs • Nambung National Park – Covering 17,941 hectares and home to The Pinnacles • Pinnacles Desert – View and walk through the amazing moon-like sandscape • Lancelin Beach – Stroll along the panoramic beach or take the opportunity to have a quick swim • Dune Sand Boarding – Enjoy a thrilling downhill sand board adventure Your adventure tour begins at the iconic Sorrento Quay Hillarys Boat Harbour. Whilst here, be sure to explore the stunning marina, shop for souvenirs and enjoy morning tea at one of the local eateries (at own expense). Departing the marina, we travel on to the Lancelin Sand Dunes and experience the thrill of downhill sand boarding on the white sandy dunes. This is followed by an included fish and chips lunch at the Lancelin Beach Hotel. Then it’s onwards to the panoramic Lancelin Beach for a scenic stroll or alternatively take the opportunity for a quick swim. We then travel to the iconic Nambung National Park in the town of Cervantes for a guided easy paced walk through the mystical Pinnacles Desert - a truly iconic Western Australia landscape. Discover the moon-like sandscape of these fascinating limestone formations. If time permits, be sure to make a visit to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre to learn more about the Pinnacles and the cultural and natural heritage of the area. Return to Perth down the Indian Ocean Drive arriving at approximately 6:00pm.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

PDE

$169

$155

$95

Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Hotel drop-off is not included. There is a centralised drop-off at the Wellington Street Tourist bus stop. Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.


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THE MUST DOS – FULL DAY TOURS FROM PERTH ZINGY A M A TOR HIS

ICAL MAG T SKY NIGH

Full Day Pinnacles Desert, New Norcia Benedictine History & Seasonal Wildflowers

Departs: Mon 8:00am Returns: 7:30pm Distance: 500km Duration: 11.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Swan Valley – Travel through Perth’s local wine region • New Norcia – Australia’s only Benedictine Town • Benedictine Community – Visit the museum and art gallery • Wildflower Farm – See a working dried wildflower farm – typically Australiana • Pinnacles Desert – View and walk through the amazing moon-like sandscape Travelling through the Swan Valley, we arrive at New Norcia, home to Australia’s only Benedictine Abbey. A little piece of Spain comes alive in this town, full of history, art and architecture. Hear the local history before viewing the chapel and museum artifacts gifted to the monastery by Popes and Royalty of Spain. Visit the famous Benedictine Community with a guided tour of the town and main sites including the museum and art gallery where you will find extraordinary artifacts dating back to when New Norcia was an Aboriginal mission. Next we move on to the Abbey Church; home to one of only two large Moser organs, originally crafted in Germany. This is followed by a visit to St Gertrude’s College, a grand gothic style building which was originally built as a girls boarding school and opened in 1908. We then visit a produce shop selling olive oil, fruit, wine, New Norcia nut cake and breads, before enjoying a fish and chips lunch and local breads and olive oil at the historic New Norcia Hotel. Then we head on to the Western Wildflower Farm to discover how wildflowers are dried and exported. We continue on for an easy paced walk through the mystical Pinnacles Desert. If time permits make a visit to the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre. Return to Perth down the Indian Ocean drive arriving at approximately 7:30pm.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

NN-P

$215

$194

$120

Note: Profusion of wildflowers depends on weather and other conditions, therefore we cannot guarantee sightings. Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Please advise of dietary requirements at time of booking.

Full Day Pinnacles Desert, Sunset & Night-time Stargazing

Departs: May – September – Mon, Thu & Sun 2:00pm October – April – Mon, Thu & Sun 3:00pm Returns: 11:00pm Distance: 500km Duration: 8hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Yanchep National Park – Stop to see the koalas • Pinnacles Desert Sunset – See the sun setting over the magical Pinnacles Desert • Stargazing – See the night sky without light pollution • Dinner – Experience a typical Aussie venue • Indian Ocean Drive – See Western Australia's stunning coastline We head north away from the city towards Yanchep National Park for a quick comfort stop and an opportunity to see the koalas and kangaroos. From here we head up the coast towards the magical Pinnacles Desert to view the mystical limestone rock formations. Arriving late afternoon allows for breathtaking sunsets. Experience the moon-like landscape come to life as the sun sets over the Indian Ocean and the moon rises. ​Once darkness falls, we head to the fishing town of Cervantes for our included dinner in a traditional Western Australian venue to soak up a real Australian atmosphere before heading out into the night to experience the night sky. We head back into the Pinnacles Desert to the observation deck to experience the tranquillity of the national park and view the night sky without light pollution. Return to Perth arriving at approximately 11.00pm. Note: This is a relaxed sightseeing tour rather than a professional astronomy based expedition. Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a jumper and your camera. Please feel free to bring a pair of binoculars and download your favourite stargazing app on your phone to enhance your experience on this tour. Tour duration may be shortened due to inclement or extreme weather. Sunset and stargazing cannot be guaranteed due to bad weather and exact viewing times will change due to seasonal variations.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

PSG

$169

$155

$95

Note: Please advise of any dietary requirements. Hotel pick-ups are available, please enquire at time of booking.

It’s the experience you come back for.


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THE MUST DOS – FULL DAY TOURS FROM PERTH F TE O RIVER S A T RET GA MAR

E TRU LIANA TRA AUS

Full Day Wave Rock, York, Aboriginal Culture & Seasonal Wildflowers

Departs: Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun 8:00am Returns: 8:30pm Distance: 700km Duration: 12.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • York – See the first township founded in Avon Valley • Mulka's Cave – Hear the legend of Mulka and view the imprints of hands in the cave • Hippo's Yawn – Unusual rock formations • Wave Rock – Discover Aboriginal sacred sites • Visit to Wildlife Park, Antique Lace Collection or Toy Soldier Museum Journey through Western Australia’s wheatbelt to Hyden – home of Wave Rock, truly one of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms. Leaving Perth we head through the Perth Hills and escarpment and enter farming country. Heading east, we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. From there we travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin; through outback farming country – giving a glimpse of Australian country life. We then stop briefly at the infamous Dog Cemetery, a shrine to man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life. Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. We then break for an Aussie country style lunch at the Wildflower Shop. Whilst here, visit either a Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection – even featuring lace from Lady Diana, or visit the amazing Toy Soldier Museum. Then we move on to see the spectacular prehistoric rock formation of Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Leaving Wave Rock, we visit Hippo's Yawn and Mulka’s Cave. We return to Perth with a stop at a remote country town for a light afternoon tea and snack (own expense) arriving approximately at 8:30pm.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

WR

$215

$194

$120

Note: Profusion of wildflowers depends on weather and other conditions, therefore we cannot guarantee sightings. Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Please advise of any dietary requirements at time of booking.

Full Day Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse & Busselton Jetty

Departs: Daily April & September – March 8:00am May – August – Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat 8:00am Returns: 9:30pm Distance: 700km Duration: 13.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Busselton Jetty – See the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere • Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse – The meeting of two oceans • Margaret River Wine Region – One of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 World Destinations to Visit • Boranup Forest – Drive through the Karri Tree forest • Local Produce – Sample beer, wine and cider We travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, we stop for morning tea (own expense) to view the iconic Busselton Jetty. This is the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere (please note there is not enough time at this stop to walk the full length of the jetty). Driving into the heart of the region, we head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. Following lunch we continue south to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best awardwinning wines, whilst gaining industry insights on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the region's flora and fauna. Continuing south, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees, we reach the most fascinating part of the region at Augusta. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans - a rare phenomenon to view the meeting of two oceans. Then we head north to the township of Margaret River for a brief stroll on the main street. After a long but fantastic day we break at a restaurant en route for a light dinner (own expense). Then it’s back to Perth, arriving approximately at 9:30pm.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

MR

$215

$194

$120

Note: Winery may not open on select public holidays. Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Please advise of any dietary requirements at time of booking.


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OTHER GREAT DAY TOURS FROM PERTH LE EDIB Y R C IN ENER SC

PHIN DOL NTURE E ADV

Full Day Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Departs: Tue 8:00am Returns: 10:30pm Distance: 950km Duration: 14.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Donnybrook – Apple capital of the South West • Diamond Tree – 51-metre fire lookout platform • Valley of the Giants – Walk above the amazing canopy of the Tree Top Walk • Ancient Empire – Walk through the impressive Tingle Tree forest • William Bay – Stunning coastal scenery Travel through spectacular southwest forests and lush farmland to reach the impressive Valley of the Giants with a walk through the canopy of towering old growth forest. Travelling south through Donnybrook’s famous apple and stone fruit orchards for morning tea, we continue passing the rolling farmlands of the Blackwood River Valley, then on through Western Australia’s old growth forest to see the 51-metre tall Diamond Tree bushfire watch tower, before we stop for our included picnic lunch. Next it’s the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, a 600-metre long elevated walkway through the canopy reaching up to 40 metres. This attraction is an internationally recognised nature-based tourism attraction and gives you a bird's eye view of the amazing timber trees. Weave through the forest canopy for 600 metres and take in the majestic sight. Next, see the Ancient Empire of wide girthed Tingle Trees up to 10 metres in diameter. Visit Denmark before returning to Perth at approximately 10:30pm. Stop for dinner (own expense) at a traditional roadhouse. Note: This is a very long day, our longest day tour in fact, but the effort is well worth the return for the stunning scenery of the amazing tall tree forests.

Full Day Mandurah Coast & Dolphin Adventure Cruise

Departs: Fri & Sat 8:00am Returns: 4:00pm Distance: 270km Duration: 8hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Dolphin Adventure Cruise – Join an up close and personal dolphin cruise experience • South Beaches Coastal Drive – See the coast south of Perth • Thrombolites – See the oldest living organism on Earth • Lunch – Enjoy a fish and chips lunch • Mandurah Boardwalk – Free time to shop and explore this beachside town We travel south from Perth heading into the Peel region famed for its stunning coastline and abundant aquatic wildlife. After leaving the city we head through Mandurah onto Lake Clifton to view the over 2,000-year-old thrombolite reef, the largest reef of its kind in the southern hemisphere. Following this, we stop for included morning tea. We then head north into the City of Mandurah for the real highlight of the day to join Mandurah Cruises for a 1.5 hour Dolphin Adventure Cruise aboard their purpose built dolphin safari vessel. On board this fully enclosed vessel we go in search of the largest residential population of the famed Bottlenose Dolphins in Western Australia, to witness these amazing creatures up close throughout the expansive Peel-Harvey estuary together with the abundant birdlife that call Mandurah home. Whilst built for speed, the vessel is used for its ability to quickly manoeuvre to capture the beauty of the dolphins in action and is fully stabilised to assure a comfortable ride. Following this fascinating 1.5-hour expertly commented cruise, enjoy a fish and chips lunch at Cicerello's on the Mandurah foreshore and boardwalk. There will also be free time for shopping and souvenir hunting along the scenic boardwalk, before heading back to Perth along the freeway arriving approximately at 4.00pm.

UPGRADE TO ANY SHORT BREAK OR EXTENDED TOUR ( PAGE 12-16) AND RECEIVE A FREE HALF DAY PERTH AND FREMANTLE TOUR. ( PF )

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

TT

$215

$194

$120

Note: Please advise of any dietary requirements at time of booking.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

MAC

$169

$155

$95

Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Tour duration may be shortened due to inclement or extreme weather. Please advise of any dietary requirements at time of booking.

It’s the experience you come back for.


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OTHER GREAT DAY TOURS FROM PERTH + ORY ODUCT T S I H T PR RME GOU

L ONA S A SE AUTY BE

Full Day Perth’s Best Wildflower Tour

Departs: Sept & Oct – Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun 8:00am Returns: 4:30pm Distance: 200km (approx.) Duration: 8.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Botanical Guide – Learn from the experts with our knowledgeable driver guide • Kings Park Botanical Gardens – The world’s largest inner city park • Wildflower Locations – Search for the best viewing locations • Wildflower Booklet – Complimentary guide to Western Australia’s wildflowers • Photography Opportunities – Plenty of stops Whilst the slope, soils and ancient granite outcrops of the Darling Escarpment are traditionally the ideal habitat and location to view wildflowers, profusion varies daily and is dependant on sunshine. We visit locations all around the Perth region where we expect to find the finest wildflowers for you to see and smell, monitoring the progress of wildflowers once in season to ensure we minimise travel time. Kings Park is renowned for its guarantee of wildflowers but areas such as Wireless Park, Gingin and Toodyay are also prolific at various times. Our experienced guide will help you identify rare and delicate wildflowers including renowned everlastings, orchids,

red and green kangaroo paw, banksias, bottle brush and Western Australia’s most famous orange flowering Christmas trees. During the day at an opportune time

(hopefully close to the gorgeous wildflowers), we stop for our included lunch (venue dependant on itinerary). There is ample time to identify and photograph flowers and a complimentary wildflower booklet on Western Australia’s unique wildflowers is included. Please be aware that this tour highlights individual species and not carpets or fields of flowers, which are found 500 kilometres north of Perth.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

WF

$169

$155

$95

Note: Profusion of wildflowers depend on weather and other conditions, therefore we cannot guarantee sightings. Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. This tour does involve walking off-track, in order to find and see the wildflowers. Long pants and good gripping shoes are recommended. Please advise of any dietary requirements.

Full Day New Norcia Swan Valley Produce & Gourmet Afternoon Tea

Departs: Wed & Thu 8:00am Returns: 5:30pm Distance: 350km Duration: 9.5hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • New Norcia – Australia’s only Benedictine Town • Abbey Church – Home to one of the only two large Moser organs • Produce Tasting – Sample some iconic Swan Valley produce • Gourmet Afternoon Tea – Indulge in a personalised Australian afternoon tea • Wildflowers (Sept & Oct) – Additional stops to view wildflowers will be made en route Travel through the Swan Valley to New Norcia, Australia’s only monastic town which is renowned for its Benedictine Abbey. Drive through the town and learn of the intriguing history and culture of the community before stopping for morning tea. Next, we move on to the Abbey Church; home to one of only two large Moser organs originally crafted in Germany, followed by a visit to St Gertrude’s College, a grand gothic style building which was originally built as a girls boarding school and opened in 1908. Afterwards, visit a produce shop for the chance to purchase Benedictine Community goods including olive oil, fruit, wine, New Norcia nut cake and breads. Alternatively, visit the museum and art gallery. Following this, enjoy an included fish and chips lunch at the historic New Norcia Hotel. From here, we visit the iconic Swan Valley, the closest wine region to any capital city in Australia to sample some of the region's famed providores offering such delights as chocolate, nougat and gourmet nuts. End the day with a gourmet personalised Australian afternoon tea complete with wine at a stunning winery before an early evening return to Perth. Wildflower viewing stops are made in season. Following afternoon tea, we return to Perth arriving at approximately 5:30pm.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

NN-S

$215

$194

$120

Note: Profusion of wildflowers depends on weather and other conditions, therefore we cannot guarantee sightings. Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. Please advise of any dietary requirements.


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LANCELIN ACTIVITIES D OAR B D SAN FUN

4WDTURE EN ADV

Lancelin 4WD Sand Dunes & Sand Boarding Adventure

Departs: Daily from Lancelin Sand Dunes at various times Returns: Lancelin Sand Dunes at various times Duration: 45mins HIGHLIGHTS: • Westside Tours – Powered by ADAMS, visit the Westside Tours Caravan at Lancelin Sand Dunes • Lancelin Sand Dunes – Self-drive to Lancelin Sand Dunes and join a 4WD and Sand Boarding Adventure • Lancelin – A quaint town known for prisitine white sand dunes, amazing beaches and laidback lifestyle • 4WD Adventure – This thrill ride takes you up and down some of the biggest dunes in Western Australia • Sand Boarding – Try your hand at the adrenalin-pumping sport of sand boarding Self-drive to the small, relaxed, coastal town of Lancelin approximately 130 kilometres north of Perth. Known for their towering white sand dunes and stunning beaches, Lancelin is a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located in the Lancelin Sand Dunes, Westside Tours powered by ADAMS offers a unique and thrilling 45-minute 4WD adventure ride with time for you to try your hand at sand boarding. Not for the faint hearted, this adrenaline-pumping ride takes you up and down some of the biggest dunes in Western Australia with the magnificent crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean as the backdrop. Along the way, the bus driver will make a couple of stops, allowing the perfect opportunity to take a selfie and appreciate the beauty of the area. For those that are up for it, have a go at the thrill-seeking sport of sand boarding down some of the best dunes, only accessible by 4WD! Note: This tour departs Lancelin and is an option for those selfdriving. There is no hotel pick-up or drop-off available. Please report to the Westside Tours Caravan for your tour booking on arrival at Lancelin Sand Dunes.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

4WDLAN

$30

$25

$20

Lancelin Sand Dunes Sand Board Hire

Departs: Daily from Lancelin Sand Dunes at various times Returns: Lancelin Sand Dunes at various times Duration: 3hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Westside Tours – Powered by ADAMS, visit the Westside Tours Caravan at Lancelin Sand Dunes • Lancelin Sand Dunes – Self-drive to Lancelin Sand Dunes, home to the biggest dunes in WA • Lancelin – A quaint town known for prisitine white sand dunes, amazing beaches and laidback lifestyle • Sand Boarding – Try your hand at the adrenalin-pumping sport of sand boarding • Sand Board Hire – Hire a sand board for unlimited rides down the white sand dunes for up to 3 hours Self-drive to the small, relaxed, coastal town of Lancelin approximately 130 kilometres north of Perth. Known for their towering white sand dunes and stunning beaches, Lancelin is a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Located in the Lancelin Sand Dunes, Westside Tours powered by ADAMS offers an opportunity for you to try your hand at sand boarding down the pristine dunes. The thrill-seeking sport of sand boarding is one of the most popular activities for visitors to Lancelin. We offer sand board hire for unlimited rides down the dunes for up to 3 hours. Order your sand board before you go and collect on arrival at the Westside Tours Caravan or hire your sand board once you have arrived at the Lancelin Sand Dunes for a hassle-free day out with friends and family. Note: Sand board hire is available from Lancelin only and is an option for those self-driving to Lancelin Sand Dunes. There is no hotel pick-up or drop-off available. Please report to the Westside Tours Caravan on arrival at Lancelin Sand Dunes to hire your sand board or to pick up your pre-booked hire.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

SAND

$10

$10

$10

It’s the experience you come back for.


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2 DAY MARGARET RIVER GETAWAY – DAY 1 D D AN RIENCE O O F XPE EE WIN

Day 1 – Perth to Margaret River Wine Region

Departs: Daily April & September - March from Perth 8:00am May – August – Mon, Thu & Fri from Perth 8:00am Returns: 9:30pm on Day 2 of the Tour Distance: 700km HIGHLIGHTS: • Busselton Jetty – See the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere • Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse – The meeting of two oceans • Margaret River Wine Region – One of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 World Destinations to visit • Boranup Forest – Drive through the impressive Karri Tree forest • Local Produce – Sample beer, wine and cider • Margaret River Township – Walk the main street We travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by the coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, known as the gateway to the Margaret River Region, we stop for morning tea (own expense) to view the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. Driving into the heart of the region we head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. Following lunch we continue south through the forest to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best award-winning wines, whilst gaining industry insights on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the region's flora and fauna. Continuing South, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees we reach the most fascinating part of the region at Augusta. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans - a rare phenomenon to view the meeting of two oceans. Then we head north up to the township of Margaret River to take you to check-in to your chosen accommodation option. *Choose from one of the four great properties featured on the right, then choose your second day experience option on page 13. (LD)

CHOOSE YOUR ACCOMMODATION: ABBEY BEACH RESORT Busselton - Coastal Beach Location (North) - 4-star - Peaceful beach views - Resort style - Bar and restaurant - Breakfast and dinner

STAY MARGARET RIVER Margaret River - Margaret River Forest location - 4-star - Motel style - Bar and restaurant - Walk to Margaret River - Breakfast and dinner

MARGARET’S BEACH RESORT Gnarabup - Coastal Beach Location (West) - 4-star - Stunning natural views - Remote and relaxing - Shuttle bus to town - Bar and restaurant - Breakfast and dinner

MARGARET’S FOREST APARTMENTS Margaret River - Central Margaret River location - 4-star - Close to restaurants and town - Apartment style - Heart of Margaret River - Breakfast only

RECEIVE A FREE HALF DAY PERTH AND FREMANTLE TOUR VALUED AT $65 ( PF )


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2 DAY MARGARET RIVER GETAWAY – DAY 2 OUR NCE Y E S T IE HRONOIGHEXPEKR C OVLEL HDAEYROC FAUT T

OUR NCE Y E OS RIE CHO Y EXPE L DA FUL

Option 1: Top Drop Tours Margaret River Revealed Wine Tour

Option 2: Harvest Tours Margaret River's Wine Tour for Food Lovers

Features of the Top Drop Tour include:

Features of the Harvest Tour include:

Departs: 9:00am - 10:00am Returns: 5:00pm on Day 2 of the Tour Tour Code: 2DMRT Join your Margaret River Revealed Top Drop Tour to discover why one bottle of wine costs $15 while another costs $100 and ask, is there really any difference? The Margaret River Revealed Top Drop Tour reveals the best kept secrets of the wine industry and explores the Margaret River Region in search of its Top Drops. • • • • • •

Three guided wine tastings and three gourmet food experiences designed by an award-winning team Introduction to the classic wines of Margaret River Behind-the-scenes vineyard and winery access, away from the public, revealing what goes on behind closed doors Visit to a local cheese factory for an exclusive flavour pairing session Visit a local chocolate factory for an exclusive flavour pairing session A delicious winery platter for lunch

It is then back to Margaret River town and after collecting your luggage from the hotel, rejoin your Coach Captain for the drive back to Perth stopping for dinner along the way at iconic Busselton. (Dinner at own expense). (BL) Note: Itinerary and inclusions subject to change at operator TOP DROP’s discretion. Departure time dependant on your choice of accommodation.

Departs: 9:00am - 10:00am Returns: 5:00pm on Day 2 of the Tour Tour Code: 2DMRF Be taken on a unique gastronomic journey celebrating the Margaret River Region’s food and wine artisans. The Food Lovers Tour gives the opportunity to savour wine tastings in a tranquil and intimate fashion at a range of remarkable boutique and 5-star wineries. • • • • • •

Tastings at boutique wineries Sample dozens of local gourmet foods A delicious winery lunch Get a rare glimpse into the heart of these iconic boutique wineries with a guided tour through their stunning vineyards Experience Australia’s best chocolate made fresh by a true craftsmen Finish the day with behind-the-scenes chocolate and coffee tasting tours

After indulging at all these beautiful stops it’s time to collect your luggage from the hotel as you will now be re-joining your Coach Captain for the drive back to Perth stopping for dinner along the way at iconic Busselton. (Dinner at own expense). (BL) Note: Itinerary and inclusions subject to change at operator HARVEST’s discretion. Departure time dependant on your choice of accommodation.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

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Adult

Concession

Child

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

Abbey Beach Resort (4 meals)

2DMRT-AB

$698

$654

$498

Abbey Beach Resort (4 meals)

2DMRF-AB

Stay Margaret River (4 meals)

2DMRF-QI

$748

$718

$568

$798

$768

$624

Stay Margaret River (4 meals)

2DMRT-QI

$748

$714

$564

Margaret’s Beach Resort (4 meals)

2DMRT-MBR

$748

$714

$564

Margaret’s Beach Resort (4 meals)

2DMRF-MBR

$798

$768

$624

Margaret’s Forest Apartments (3 meals)

2DMRT-MFA

$748

$714

$564

Margaret’s Forest Apartments (3 meals)

2DMRF-MFA

$798

$768

$624

Based on twin share. Single supplement on request. Meals indicated in itinerary B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.

Based on twin share. Single supplement on request. Meals indicated in itinerary B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.

Please advise of any dietary requirements.

Please advise of any dietary requirements.

It’s the experience you come back for.


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2 DAY SHORT BREAKS T NIGH CK R E OV HE RO AT T

TH SOU BEAUTY ST COA

2 Day Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers & Aboriginal Experience

Departs: Tue from Perth 8:00am Returns: 8:30pm on Day 2 of the Tour Distance: 700km HIGHLIGHTS: • York – Learn about the grand old pioneer days in the first township founded in the Avon Valley • Mulka's Cave – Hear the legend of Mulka and view the imprints of hands in the cave • Hippos Yawn – See the 12.6-metre tall rock formation resembling a yawning hippopotamus • Wave Rock – Learn about dreamtime stories and discover Aboriginal sacred sites • Seasonal Wildflowers (Sept & Oct) ITINERARY: Day 1 | Perth to Wave Rock Heading east we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. We then head east towards Wave Rock and the town of Hyden. On arrival at the hotel, check-in followed by a casual lunch in the hotel. The afternoon is then yours to explore this outback environment. See the old town and settlement and have an in depth visit to the Wildlife Park, unique Antique Lace Collection and Toy Soldier museum. Although the main visit to Wave Rock is the following day, an unguided visit is available for the adventurous. After returning to the hotel to freshen up, enjoy a bush bistro dinner before a private after hours visit to Wave Rock (sunset permitting) and hopefully some kangaroo spotting in the early evening. End the evening stargazing at the huge night sky. Accommodation at Wave Rock Motel (or similar), Hyden. (LD) Day 2 | Wave Rock to Perth Enjoy a sleep-in before enjoying breakfast surrounded by Western Australia's natural outback beauty and perhaps even spot more kangaroos and wildlife in the morning sunrise. After breakfast, explore the historic and quintessentially Australian settlement of Hyden, Wave Rock before receiving a private tour of the old historic homesteads, working farm and restored car museum. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the outback and bush. Just before lunch, rejoin the day tour for the main attractions and visit to Hippo’s Yawn – a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. We then break for lunch at the Wildflower Shop. Then it’s the main highlight – the spectacular Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Whilst here visit either the Wildlife Park or view a unique Antique Lace Collection; depending on the previous day’s experience. Afterwards, continue the Wave Rock experience and visit Mulka’s Cave. Then “wave” goodbye to the rock as we travel to a quaint country town for afternoon tea (own expense) and then head back to Perth for a late evening arrival. (Dinner on arrival back in Perth and at own arrangement and expense). (BL) Meals indicated in itinerary B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

2DWR

$579

$545

$444

Based on twin share. Single supplement on request. Please advise of any dietary requirements.

2 Day Albany & Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk

Departs: Selected Mon from Perth 8:00am (see dates below) Returns: 10:30pm on Day 2 of the Tour Distance: 950km HIGHLIGHTS: • Albany ANZAC Centre – Experience the award-winning facility and interactive technology and historical artifacts • Whaleworld – Learn about the history of Australia’s oldest whaling station • Valley of the Giants – A Tree Top Walk suspended 40 metres high in the canopy of the ancient Tingle Forest • Ancient Empire – An interperative trail through the 400-year-old red Tingle Trees • William Bay – Stunning coastal scenery ITINERARY: Day 1 | Perth to Albany As we travel south towards Albany and the South Coast, we encounter the Stirling Ranges and Porongurups. We stop for a winery lunch with wine tasting and then continue south to Mount Clarence and the ANZAC Memorial Centre in Albany. Take a self-guided tour before taking a scenic drive along the rugged coastline prior to an early evening check-in at your accommodation. Accommodation: Ibis Styles, Albany or similar. (LD) Day 2 | Albany to Perth After breakfast we head to the famous Whaleworld Interpretation Centre for a quick self-guided tour before enjoying coastal sightseeing, visiting The Gap and Natural Bridge. Travelling west to the coastal resort town of Walpole, we join our local guide for a luncheon cruise on the Nornalup Inlet, widely regarded as one of the last great wilderness areas. Next stop is the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk which reaches 40 metres high into the forest canopy. Afterwards head northwest back to Perth with a dinner stop at a traditional roadhouse (own expense). (BL) Note: Vineyards closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day and some public holidays. Strong wind conditions may result in the closure of the Tree Top Walk, in which case alternative touring arrangements will be made. Nornalup Inlet cruise may not operate during winter in which case alternative arrangements will be made. Meals indicated in itinerary B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner 2019/20 Departure Dates (Monday): 09/09/19 14/10/19 10/02/20

23/09/19 21/10/19 24/02/20

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

30/09/19 11/11/19 09/03/20

07/10/19 25/11/19 23/03/20

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

2DTT

$648

$614

$478

Based on twin share. Single supplement on request. Please advise of any dietary requirements.


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3 DAY SHORT BREAK IN THE SOUTH WEST D WNE O N E LD R R O W

3 Day Margaret River & Tree Top Walk

Departs: Selected Tues from Perth 8:00am (see dates below) Returns: 7:00pm on Day 3 of the Tour Distance: 1,200km A tour to two of the great icons in Australia’s South West. Towering old growth forests are combined with Margaret River wine, caves, coast and farming heritage. HIGHLIGHTS: • Busselton Jetty – See the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere • Mammoth Cave & Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse – Tour the majestic cave and visit the lighthouse where two oceans meet • Margaret River Wine Region – One of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 World Destinations to visit • Pemberton & Gloucester Tree – See this infamous fire watchtower • Tree Top Walk & Ancient Empire Walkway – Marvel at the ancient trees from the top of the canopy • Margaret River Township – Walk the main street ITINERARY: Day 1 | Perth to Tree Tops and Pemberton region Travel south through Donnybrook’s famous apple and stone fruit orchards and the rolling farmlands of the Blackwood River Valley, then on through Western Australia’s old growth forest to see the 51-metre tall Diamond Tree bushfire watch tower followed by our included lunch. Next stop is the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, which reaches 40 metres high into the forest canopy. Afterwards head northwest to the Pemberton region for check-in at your accommodation. Accommodation: Karri Valley Resort, Pemberton or similar. (LD) Day 2 | Pemberton region to Margaret River Wine Region Early morning take a short stroll to the majestic Beedelup Falls and then head north through the stunning Boranup Forest to arrive at Australia’s most South-Westerly point, Augusta. Here, we visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse where the Indian and Great Southern Oceans meet. After lunch we head north to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour of the large limestone cave, before driving into the township of Margaret River where you will have some free time to visit the quaint shops on the main street. We then pay a visit to Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, before a late afternoon check-in at your accommodation allowing free time to experience the local surroundings. Accommodation: Abbey Beach Resort, Busselton or similar. (BLD) Day 3 | Margaret River to Perth After breakfast, we travel to Cowaramup to visit Margaret River Cheese Factory and Millers Milking Shed, where you are able to experience a milking demonstration. We also visit chocolate and gourmet produce factories (time permitting) to enjoy some of their mouthwatering samples and then taste some of the locally produced wine. We then stop for a delicious lunch, and beer and cider tastings at Bootleg Brewery. Following lunch, we head to the dramatic coast at Canal Rocks, before a leisurely drive back to Perth arriving early evening. (BL) Notes: Vineyards closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day and some public holidays. Strong wind conditions may result in the closure of the Tree Top Walk, in which case alternative touring arrangements will be made. Meals indicated in itinerary B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.

2019/20 Departure Dates (Tuesday): 10/09/19 15/10/19 11/02/20

24/09/19 22/10/19 25/02/20

01/10/19 12/11/19 10/03/20

08/10/19 26/11/19 24/03/20

RECEIVE A FREE PERTH AND FREMANTLE TOUR VALUED AT $65 (PF) Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

3MRT

$988

$968

$768

Based on twin share. Single supplement on request. Venues and itinerary subject to change. Please advise of any dietary requirements.

It’s the experience you come back for.


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4 DAY SHORT BREAK IN THE SOUTH WEST T WES H T SOU EAUTY B

4 Day Albany, ANZAC, Tree Top Walk & Margaret River

Departs: Selected Mon from Perth 8:00am (see dates below) Returns: 7:00pm in Perth on Day 4 of the Tour Distance: 1,500 km A wonderful journey through Australia’s South West, a region blessed with rugged ranges, towering old growth forests, a pristine coastline, premium wines and heritage charm. HIGHLIGHTS: • ANZAC Centre & Whaleworld – World-class historical attractions • Margaret River Wine Region - One of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 World Destinations to visit • Mammoth Cave & Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse - Tour the majestic cave and visit the lighthouse where two oceans meet • Wilderness Cruise – Lunch eco-cruise into the Walpole wilderness • Tree Top Walk & Ancient Empire Walkway – Marvel at the ancient trees from the top of the canopy ITINERARY: Day 1 | Perth to Albany As we travel south towards Albany and the South Coast, we encounter the Stirling Ranges and Porongurups. We stop for a winery lunch with wine tasting and then continue south to Mount Clarence and the ANZAC Memorial Centre in Albany. Take a self-guided tour before taking a scenic drive along the rugged coastline before an early evening check-in at your accommodation. Accommodation: Ibis Styles, Albany or similar. (LD) Day 2 | Albany to Pemberton Region After breakfast we head to the famous Whaleworld Interpretation Centre for a quick self-guided tour before enjoying coastal sightseeing, visiting The Gap and Natural Bridge. Travelling west to the coastal resort town of Walpole, we join our local guide for a luncheon cruise on the Nornalup Inlet, widely regarded as one of the last great wilderness areas. Next stop is the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, which reaches 40 metres high into the forest canopy. Afterwards head northwest to the Pemberton region for check-in at your accommodation. Accommodation: Karri Valley Resort, Pemberton or similar. (BLD) Day 3 | Pemberton Region to Margaret River Wine Region In the early morning, take a short stroll to the majestic Beedelup Falls and then we head north through the stunning Boranup Forest. Then we travel to Australia’s most south-westerly point, Augusta, and visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse where the Indian and Great Southern Oceans meet. After lunch we head north to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour of the large limestone cave, before driving into the township of Margaret River where you will have some free time to visit the quaint shops on the main street. We then pay a visit to Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, before a late afternoon check-in at your accommodation allowing free time to experience the local surroundings. Accommodation: Abbey Beach Resort, Busselton or similar. (BLD) Day 4 | Margaret River to Perth After breakfast, we travel to Cowaramup to visit Margaret River Cheese Factory and Millers Milking Shed, where you are able to experience a milking demonstration. We also visit chocolate and gourmet produce factories (time permitting) to enjoy some of their mouthwatering samples and then taste some of the locally produced wine. We then stop for a delicious lunch, and beer and cider tastings at Bootleg Brewery. Following lunch, we head to the dramatic coast at Canal Rocks, before a leisurely drive back to Perth arriving early evening. (BL) Note: Vineyards closed on Good Friday, Christmas Day and some public holidays. Strong wind conditions may result in the closure of the Tree Top Walk, in which case alternative touring arrangements will be made. Nornalup Inlet cruise may not operate during winter in which case alternative arrangements will be made. Meals indicated in itinerary B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner. 2019/20 Departure Dates (Monday): 09/09/19 14/10/19 10/02/20

23/09/19 21/10/19 24/02/20

30/09/19 11/11/19 09/03/20

07/10/19 25/11/19 23/03/20

RECEIVE A FREE PERTH AND FREMANTLE TOUR VALUED AT $65 (PF) Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

4DSW

$1288

$1228

$1088

Based on twin share. Single supplement on request. Venues and itinerary subject to change. Please advise of any dietary requirements.


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SWAN RIVER CRUISES E LOR EXP ANTLE FREM

DAY ALL ASTING ET WIN

Perth & Fremantle One Way/Return Cruise

Departs: Daily at various times Returns: Various Duration: Various Enjoy a scenic cruise between Perth and Fremantle along the magnificent Swan River. As you depart Perth’s Barrack Street Jetty enjoy a complimentary tea or coffee and take in the stunning scenery as you travel downstream towards the historic port city of Fremantle. If you are already visiting Fremantle the option to cruise back to Perth is also available. Departing Fremantle’s harbour this cruise takes you on a scenic journey upstream as you enjoy expert Captain's commentary and a complimentary tea or coffee. Also available on selected departures is an exclusive wine tasting of some of Western Australia’s finest wines. Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

Depart ex Perth

OWP

$30

$27

$18

Depart ex Fremantle

OWF

$30

$27

$18

Return

SRSC

$40

$36

$23

Departs: Daily September - May; June - August – Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun 9:45am Returns: 5:00pm Duration: 7.25hrs Enjoy a delicious morning tea shortly after you board, followed by premium wine tasting with cheese and biscuits. An informative Captain’s commentary about the river’s history will enhance your morning’s experience. Disembark at Sandalford Estate for an exclusive ‘behind-the-scenes’ winery tour and film presentation. This is followed by a unique ‘Wine Flight’ tasting of six premium Sandalford wines. A two-course lunch is served throughout the tasting allowing you to decide on your favourite wine to accompany your main course. Upon re-boarding complete your day with a tempting afternoon tea, complimentary wines and entertainment provided by the crew. Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

PFWC

$169

$152

$123

ON RNO UISE E T F A H CR C LUN

NIC E SCE CRUIS ING EVEN

Summer Lunch Cruise

Twilight Cruise

Departs: September - May – Wed, Fri & Sun 5:30pm Returns: 7:00pm Duration: 1.5hrs Enjoy a scenic evening cruise through the tranquil waters of the Swan River and indulge in a complimentary wine or beer. As you journey around the river on this leisurely 90-minute cruise, be fascinated by the expert Captain commentary and many iconic Western Australian landmarks including the Old Swan Brewery, Crown Casino and Claisebrook Cove.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Swan Valley Gourmet Wine Cruise

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

TWIL

$35

$33

$19

Departs: September - April – Tue, Wed & Sat 1:00pm Returns: 3:00pm Duration: 2hrs Enjoy a delicious all-inclusive lunch on board with

complimentary local beer, wine and soft drinks as you head upstream for an afternoon Swan River cruise. As you meander away from the city centre, enjoy ever changing views as you cruise past iconic local landmarks such as the Crown Casino, Belmont and Ascot racecourses and Bayswater wetlands. Lunch is followed by live entertainment from the crew on the cruise back to Barrack Street Jetty. Prices 01/0/2019-30/04/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

SLC

$115

$105

$82

Note: All cruises operated by Captain Cook Cruises. Cruises do not operate on certain public holidays. Please advise of any dietary requirements. Unique terms and conditions apply. No hotel pick-ups/drop-offs included with these tours.

It’s the experience you come back for.


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ROTTNEST ISLAND - FERRY INCLUSIVE TOURS SIVE N E H PRE R COM TOU

AL’S LOC ADISE PAR

Day Return Ferry

Ferry Departs: Daily at various times Ferry Returns: Various Duration: Various Rottnest is WA’s most beautiful island just 19 kilometres off Perth’s coastline, with three points of departure easily accessible on quality, high speed ferries. Departures from Perth, Fremantle and Hillarys. The island, 11 kilometres long and 4.5 kilometres at its widest point, is an A-Class reserve enjoying a semi-arid Mediterranean-style climate with stunning coral reefs, crystal clear waters and unique wildlife. It is believed that Rottnest Island separated from the mainland 7,000 years ago. It is now the largest of a chain of islands off the coast of Perth and boasts pristine bays and secluded beaches, some of the finest in the world. The island has a unique style of architecture dating back to the 1800s, with several historic sites that are a must-see. These include: Oliver Hill Battery, Wadjemup Lighthouse and more. No matter how you spend your time at Rottnest, you are sure to be amazed by what the island has to offer. With cars excluded from the island, bike riding would have to be the most popular and fun way to explore the island, or let a coach take the strain and upgrade to an inclusive tour around this amazing island. Make sure to encounter Rottnest’s most famous inhabitant the quokka, a small wallaby-like marsupial which stands at just 12 inches tall. There are 8,000-12,000 quokkas inhabiting the island so keep an eye out for the creature dubbed the happiest animal on Earth. Complimentary courtesy coach transfers from selected Perth CBD accommodation to Barrack Street Jetty (Perth departure) or Hillarys Boat Harbour (Hillarys departure) available on request. Please enquire at time of booking. Note: Hillarys Boat Harbour departure operated by Rottnest Fast Ferries; Perth and Fremantle departures operated by Rottnest Express. Prices subject to change due to government landing fee and operator price increases.

Ferry & Grand Island Tour

Ferry Departs: Daily at various times Ferry Returns: from 4:00pm Coach Tour timing: 10:30am - 2:30pm or 11:30am 3:30pm Rottnest is WA’s most beautiful island just 19 kilometres off Perth’s coastline, with three points of departure easily accessible on quality, high speed ferries. Departures from Perth, Fremantle and Hillarys. Upgrade your basic ferry ride to include the most comprehensive guided tour of the island allowing you to explore the stunning beauty of this A-Class natural reserve in air-conditioned comfort, taking in the amazing fauna and flora of the island, stunning beaches, woodlands and incredible salt lakes. This 4-hour all inclusive island tour takes in all of Rottnest’s must-see locations featuring the Wadjemup Lighthouse,

Henrietta Rocks, Oliver Hill Gun Fortification and Tunnels and the majestic look-out point at the rugged Cathedral Rocks and Cape Vlamingh. All major

habitats are covered on this amazing tour, including Rottnest’s cultural and historical heritage ranging from Maritime and Military history right up to future developments. Finish the day by further exploring the island settlement or enjoy a drink at the Rottnest Quokka Arms Pub. Complimentary courtesy coach transfers from selected Perth CBD accommodation to Barrack Street Jetty (Perth departure), Fremantle (Fremantle departure) or Hillarys Boat Harbour (Hillarys departure) available on request. Please enquire at time of booking. Note: Hillarys Boat Harbour departure operated by Rottnest Fast Ferries; Perth and Fremantle departures operated by Rottnest Express. Tour departs from Rottnest Island Railway Station. Prices subject to change due to government landing fee and operator price increases.

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REX-FE1F

$69

$64

$32.25

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REX-FE-GIT

$148

$138

$97

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RFF-DR

$86.50

$76.50

$49.00

Depart ex Hillarys

RFF-DR-GIT

$180

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$120

Depart ex Perth

REX-FE1P

$103

$98

$49.25

Depart ex Perth

REX-PE-GIT

$180

$168

$111

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Discover Rottnest

Ferry Departs: Daily at various times Ferry Returns: Various Rottnest is WA’s most beautiful island just 19 kilometres off Perth’s coastline, with three points of departure easily accessible on quality, high speed ferries. Departures from Perth, Fremantle and Hillarys. The island, 11 kilometres long and 4.5 kilometres at its widest point, is an A-Class reserve enjoying a semiarid Mediterranean-style climate with stunning coral reefs, crystal clear waters and unique wildlife. Explore the beauty and tranquillity of Rottnest as you relax in the comfort of an air-conditioned coach. This 90-minute circumnavigation of the island takes you out to some of Rottnest’s most spectacular locations and provides you with a complete interpretation of the island via a passionate and knowledgeable crew. This coach-based tour gives you a great introduction to the island, a sit down buffet lunch and then some free time. This tour will provide you with an insight into Rottnest’s cultural and historical heritage, diverse wildlife and fauna and social heritage. You will be able to see and experience Rottnest Island's Salt Lakes, Wadjemup Walking Trail and many other iconic landmarks. You will also have a chance to step outside and have a stroll along the boardwalk at the majestic look-out point at West End, before enjoying a buffet lunch and some free time. For a more comprehensive tour why not consider the Grand Island Tour package? (p.18) Complimentary courtesy coach transfers from selected Perth CBD accommodation to Barrack Street Jetty (Perth departure) or Hillarys Boat Harbour (Hillarys departure) available on request. Please enquire on booking. Order of itinerary subject to change depending on the availability of tour components. Note: Hillarys Boat Harbour departure operated by Rottnest Fast Ferries; Perth and Fremantle departures operated by Rottnest Express. Prices subject to change due to government landing fee and operator price increases.

Rottnest Bike & Ferry Combo

Ferry Departs: Daily at various times Ferry Returns: Various Unlock your adventurous side and experience Rottnest Island at its best! Use pedal power to get yourself around to see the beautiful sights of Rottnest Island – a car-free unspoilt paradise just off the Western Australian coast. With cars excluded from the island, bike riding would have to be the most popular and fun way to explore the island. Don’t waste valuable island time hiring a bike when you arrive! Book your bike with your ferry ticket before you leave to avoid the queues and then leave the arrival jetty behind to explore beautiful, unique wildlife and spectacular views! Why not add on snorkel hire (extra charge) to ensure you fully immerse yourself in what Rottnest has to offer. Rottnest is WA’s most beautiful island just 19 kilometres off Perth’s coastline. The island, 11 kilometres long and 4.5 kilometres at its widest point, is an A-Class reserve with stunning coral reefs, crystal clear waters and unique wildlife. There is no better way to experience the freedom of this island than under your own steam. With bikes available from all departure points and a choice of departure times, you can really maximise your time on the island. Don’t forget to pack a picnic, plenty of water and a towel and head off to find some of the most beautiful, unspoilt and empty beaches in Western Australia. Warning: Rottnest may look flat, but be prepared for some deceptive hills! Complimentary courtesy coach transfers from selected Perth CBD accommodation to Barrack Street Jetty (Perth departure) or Hillarys Boat Harbour (Hillarys departure) available on request. Please enquire on booking. Note: Hillarys Boat Harbour departure operated by Rottnest Fast Ferries; Perth and Fremantle departures operated by Rottnest Express. Prices subject to change due to government landing fee and operator price increases.

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$191

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Note: Please advise of any dietary requirements.

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Bayseeker Tour

Island Explorer Hop On/Hop Off

Departs: Daily at various times Returns: Various Duration: Various HIGHLIGHTS: • Hop On/Hop Off Service – See Rottnest Island at your own pace • Native Quokkas – Take a selfie with the happiest animal on Earth • Rottnest Island Bays and Beaches – The Basin, Geordie Bay, Salmon Bay, Parker Point • Wadjemup Lighthouse – See Western Australia's first stone lighthouse • Cape Vlamingh West End Boardwalk – See Rottnest Island's fauna, flora and sea life Only 19 kilometres off the mainland coast,“Rotto” has a relaxed atmosphere and unique features that will leave a lasting impression. Rottnest Island is approximately 11 kilometres long and 4.5 kilometres at its widest point. It is believed that Rottnest Island separated from the mainland 7,000 years ago and is now the largest of a chain of islands off the coast of Perth. The stunning environment of 63 secluded beaches and 20 bays, crystal clear water, fascinating and colourful history, quokkas and all the “Colours of Rottnest” can be seen on the Island Explorer Hop On/Hop Off service. Upgrade your basic ferry ride and experience the beauty of Rottnest Island on board the easy and convenient Island Explorer bus service. This service allows you to enjoy the spectacular views as you explore the whole island in air-conditioned comfort. It also includes the fantastic option of hopping on and off at any location on the island throughout the day; this means that you can take the opportunity to discover the beauty of the island at your own pace without the worry of finding transport back to the main settlement. Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera, we also recommend bringing sunscreen. This service departs from Rottnest Island and ferry transport is not included in the itinerary*.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

*See page 18 for ferry prices.

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Departs: Daily 10:30am, 1:45pm Returns: 12:15pm, 3:30pm Duration: 1.75hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Native Quokkas – Take a selfie with the happiest animal on Earth • Henrietta Rocks – Learn about the shipwreck and maritime history • Parker Point – Visit the stunning bays and beaches • Wadjemup Lighthouse – See the iconic lighthouse and learn about Noongar history • Cape Vlamingh West End Boardwalk – See Rottnest Island's fauna, flora and sea life Visit spectacular Rottnest Island, the “Emerald Isle in a Sea of Sapphire”, only 19 kilometres off the mainland coast. “Rotto” has a relaxed atmosphere and unique features that will leave a lasting impression. It is believed that Rottnest Island separated from the mainland 7,000 years ago and is now the largest of a chain of islands off the coast of Perth. The stunning, pristine environment includes 63 secluded beaches, 20 bays, crystal clear water, fascinating history, the quokka and more. All the “Colours of Rottnest” can only be fully appreciated on the fully commentated Rottnest “Bayseeker Island Tour”. Explore the stunning beauty of this A-Class reserve in air-conditioned comfort, taking in the amazing fauna and flora of the island, stunning beaches, woodlands and incredible salt lakes. This 1.75-hour island tour includes all of Rottnest’s mustsee locations including the Wadjemup Lighthouse, Henrietta Rocks, the majestic look-out point at the rugged Cathedral Rocks and Cape Vlamingh. All major habitats are covered on this amazing tour, including Rottnest’s cultural and historical heritage ranging from Maritime, Colonial and Military history to future developments. Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera, we also recommend bringing sunscreen. This tour departs from Rottnest Island and ferry transport is not included in the itinerary*.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

*See page 18 for ferry prices.

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Adult

Concession

Child

BIT

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Grand Island Tour

Departs: Daily 10:30am, 11:30am Returns: 2:30pm, 3:30pm Duration: 4hrs HIGHLIGHTS: • Luxury Coach – Take in the amazing views on board our luxury coach • Henrietta Rocks – Learn about the shipwreck and maritime history • Wadjemup Lighthouse – See the iconic lighthouse and learn about Noongar history • Cape Vlamingh West End Boardwalk – See Rottnest Island's fauna, flora and sea life • Oliver Hill Guns & Tunnels – Join a guided tour of the stunning tunnel system Visit spectacular Rottnest Island, the “Emerald Isle in a Sea of Sapphire”, only 19 kilometres off the mainland coast. Join the most comprehensive guided tour of the island allowing you to explore the stunning beauty of this A-Class natural reserve in air-conditioned comfort, taking in the amazing fauna and flora of the island, stunning beaches, woodlands and incredible salt lakes. This 4-hour all-inclusive island tour takes in all of Rottnest’s must-see locations featuring the Wadjemup

Lighthouse, Henrietta Rocks, Oliver Hill Gun Fortification and Tunnels and the majestic look-out point at the rugged Cathedral Rocks and Cape Vlamingh. All major habitats are covered on this amazing tour, including Rottnest’s cultural and historical heritage

ranging from maritime and military history right up to future developments. Finish the day by exploring the island settlement or enjoy a drink at the Rottnest Quokka Arms Pub. Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. We also recommend bringing sunscreen, swim wear and a towel in the event of a quick swim during post tour free time. All entry fees are included within the ticket price. This tour departs from Rottnest Island and ferry transport is not included in the itinerary or pricing*.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

GIT

$79

$74

$59

Note: *See page 18 for ferry prices. This tour was previously operated with a Captain Hussey train component. However, due to extensive maintenance, this component will be run on a coach until further notice.

Oliver Hill Guns and Tunnel Tour

Departs: 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm Returns: Various Duration: Various HIGHLIGHTS: • Luxury Coach – Take in the amazing views as your travel up Oliver Hill • Main Settlement – See the historic main settlement of Rottnest Island • Oliver Hill Guns & Tunnels – Join a guided tour of the stunning tunnel system • Cultural Heritage – Take in the fascinating cultural heritage of the preserved Oliver Hill Battery site • Underground Tunnels – Discover the underground tunnels, railway lines and paths Journey to the historical Oliver Hill Guns and Tunnel Fortification on board a luxury air-conditioned coach and take in the amazing views of Rottnest Island. This tour begins with an informative ride up Oliver Hill, passing some iconic and historical landmarks on the island. Upon arriving at Oliver Hill, be taken on a guided tour through the stunning tunnel system that once played a crucial role in Australia’s military defence in World War II. The area is still preserved with Rottnest's WWII guns and tunnels, which commemorate its military history and our soldiers who fought to defend the shores of Western Australia. Rottnest Island was a key part of the Western Australian defence during WWII. The island was home to intricate secret tunnels and housed 9.2" guns to protect against invading Axis forces. Post-war, the 9.2-inch battery on the island was saved from disposal due to the high cost of removal and shipping the guns to the mainland. This led to the preservation of the military artefacts. Now, this equipment provides a look at the rich history of the Western Australia defence force and attracts many visitors to the area every year. Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and your camera. All entry fees are included within the ticket price. This tour departs from Rottnest Island and ferry transport is not included in the itinerary or pricing*.

Prices 01/04/2019-31/03/2020

Tour Code

Adult

Concession

Child

OHTT

$30

$25

$15

Note: *See page 18 for ferry prices. This tour was previously operated with a Captain Hussey train component. However, due to extensive maintenance, this component will be run on a coach until further notice.

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Prices 01/04/2018-31/03/2019

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Half Day Perth and Fremantle Explorer

3 Full Day Tours (select from tours on pages 6-10) ADD A SWAN RIVER CRUISE ONLY $30

Prices 01/04/201831/03/2019

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS PRICES AND BROCHURE VALIDITY Prices are quoted in Australian dollars (inclusive of GST). Tour prices are per person, are correct at time of publication and can be subject to change at the discretion of ADAMS Pinnacle Tours (Passenger Transport Services Pty Ltd). This brochure is valid for travel commencing 1 April 2019 until 31 March 2020.

INCLUSIONS Tours and cruises include all sightseeing, entry fees and meals as stated in the full itinerary (which can be viewed at www.ADAMSpinnacletours.com.au), however are subject to change solely at the discretion of ADAMS Pinnacle Tours.

CONDITIONS OF TRAVEL ADAMS Pinnacle Tours reserves the right to alter the route or itinerary of any of its tours and arrange alternative carriers to those advertised if necessary. No refunds will be given in these circumstances or in the event of any delay, curtailment or alteration of a trip resulting from any cause beyond our control, including but not limited to severe weather conditions. Components of trips are weather dependant and ADAMS Pinnacle Tours cannot be held liable if trip components are not available on the day of travel. ADAMS Pinnacle Tours can’t guarantee pick up or drop off times and is not liable for passenger failure to connect with other services or any associated costs resulting from such delays. We accept no responsibility for loss or damage to personal belongings or baggage. The Aboriginal components of our tours are subject to cultural conditions. Participants may be absent due to cultural commitments with minimal prior notification and ADAMS Pinnacle Tours reserves the right to amend the itinerary in these circumstances with no obligation to refund.

LIABILITY Whilst we make every effort to safeguard our passengers, ADAMS Pinnacle Tours cannot be held liable for any damage, injury, or loss of any kind caused by or resulting from any act or omission by its employees, agents or contractors. Passengers should note that adventure travel involves a higher than normal risk and a signed release may be required from all participants before departure. ADAMS Pinnacle Tours also assumes no responsibility for any act of negligence, act or omission whatsoever by any company whose services are used as part of packages provided, including but not limited to activity and accommodation providers.

MINIMUM NUMBERS/ITINERARIES Tours require minimum passenger numbers to operate. In circumstances where minimum numbers are not reached, an alternative may be offered or a smaller vehicle used. Fares effective for travel from 1 April 2019 until 31 March 2020.

TRAVEL INSURANCE Travel insurance is not included. ADAMS Pinnacle Tours (Passenger Transport Services Australia Pty Ltd) strongly recommends that passengers take out their own travel insurance policy which covers personal liability, cancellation, loss of luggage and personal effects.

DEPARTURE POINTS Pick-up details will be advised at time of booking. Hotel pick-ups are available on request at time of booking, from select Perth city hotels. Most tours also provide a free drop-off service. Refer to map on back page.

DIESEL FUEL LEVY ADAMS Pinnacle Tours reserves the right to charge a fuel surcharge as a result of escalation in the price of crude oil.

CANCELLATION POLICY Due to the extensive organisation involved with touring, a strict cancellation fee will be applicable to compensate for costs and lost revenue. We strongly recommend you take out travel insurance to cover against such charges. ADAMS Pinnacle Tours is subject to cancellation policies of all local suppliers used for components on tours, any cancellation policies or fees from local suppliers will be required to be adhered to by clients of ADAMS Pinnacles Tours. Once a booking is made the following cancellation fees will apply: Day Tours and Short Break Adventures 25% deposit confirms tour with full payment required 30 days before departure Cancellation Fees Day Tours • +6 days prior to departure; no fee payable • 5-3 days prior to departure; 50% of total price • 2-0 days (48 hours) prior to departure; 100% of total price Cancellation Fees Extended/Overnight Tours • 30+ days prior to departure; 10% of total price • 29-16 days prior to departure; 25% of total price • 15-6 days prior to departure; 50% of total price • 5-0 days prior to departure; 100% of total price

If you fail to join a tour or join it after departure, or leave it prior to its completion, no tour refund can be made. The above cancellation fees are in addition to fees which may be levied by accommodation house properties, travel agents or third party tour and transport operator cancellation fees. Please note unique terms and conditions may apply to third party products, these are accesible via their respective websites. Changes and Requirements Tours may be cancelled and changed if required minimum numbers are not met . Minimum numbers for all tours are 6. Please note that certain tours are not suitable for infants and children as stated. If a child is taken on tour, ADAMS Pinnacle Tours applies a separate seat cost for the tour. No child will sit with parent on the same seat due to coach and bus regulations in Western Australia (Infants aged 0-3 years excepted). Amendment Fees Short Break Tours (Tours of 5 days or less in duration) If you wish to transfer from one trip to another or transfer your booking to a third party you must notify us at least 30 days prior to the proposed departure date. A fee of AU$100 per person per change may apply (in addition to any charges levied by hotels, ground operators). If you notify us less than 30 days prior to the proposed departure date the refund policy applicable to cancellations will apply. Transfers to a third party are only permitted where the transferee meets all the requirements in relation to the trip, and transfers to another departure can only be made to a departure within the current validity period. Other Change/Amendment Fees for all Tours Amendments to any other arrangements made in conjunction with your trip may incur an AU$100 administration fee per booking per change. This fee is in addition to any charges levied by hotels, ground operators or airlines. No amendments are permitted to your booking within 7 days of departure. You are strongly advised to take out cancellation insurance at the time of booking which will cover cancellation fees. If you leave a trip for any reason after it has commenced we are not obliged to make any refunds for unused services. Cancellation by ADAMS Pinnacle Tours We may cancel a trip at any time up to 28 days before departure. We may cancel a trip at any time prior to departure if, due to terrorism, natural disasters, political instability or other external events it is not viable for us to operate the planned itinerary. If we cancel your trip, you can transfer amounts paid to an alternate departure date or alternatively receive a full refund. In circumstances where the cancellation is due to external events outside our reasonable control refunds will be less any unrecoverable costs. We are not responsible for any incidental expenses that you may have incurred as a result of your booking including but not limited to visas, vaccinations, travel insurance excess or non-refundable flights. Please note that different cancellation conditions may apply to some Day Tours and Short Break Adventures – please ask your booking consultant for details.

CHILD POLICY Child fares are available on most tours for passengers aged between 4 and 12 years inclusive. Infants (0- 3 yrs) are free when travelling with an adult, however touring is not generally recommended due to the large distances travelled. Depending on age, children on tour may be required to be seated in booster seats or other child safety accredited seating. At all times, ADAMS Pinnacle Tours reserves the right to not accept children on tours due to safety concerns.

CONCESSION FARES Concession fares apply to holders of senior or pensioner cards and full-time students. Card membership numbers must be quoted at time of booking.

LUGGAGE ON TOUR – WHAT TO PACK Due to the equipment required for tours, vehicles have limited luggage space remaining. We therefore ask passengers to limit baggage to a strict 15kg maximum and soft bags are preferred. We suggest you include the following essential items: non-slip walking shoes (sneakers), sunscreen, hat, beach towel, bathers, flashlight, camera and small bottle of water. We recommend that items of value, including electronic items, should not be carried on tour, and liability and risk is with the owner.

PHOTOGRAPHY Cover Image: © Tourism Australia Images: © Tourism Western Australia: pages 1-22 Page Footers: © Peter Farmer/Passenger Transport Services Pty Ltd Page 17: Captain Cook Cruises WA Page 18-21: © Rottnest Express and Rottnest Fast Ferries Some photos have been provided by various sources


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7:00am Crowne Plaza Perth 7:10am Crowne Plaza Perth 7:20am Quest KingsHoliday Park Apts City Perth Backpackers Mountway DoubletreeDuxton by Hilton Perth Waterfront Hotel Perth 7:30am (from Ramada Perth, The Outram) 7:15am Northbridge Pick-up hotels listed below only (from Britannia on from William) 7:00am (from Tourist Stop Barrack St Jetty Pier #3) 7:30am (fromMounts Rendezvous Studio Hotel, Perth Central) 7:10am Quest Bay Road Doubletree by Hilton Perth Northbridge Four Points by Sheraton 7:20am Ibis Styles (cnr William St and Robinson Ave) 7:00am Duxton Hotel Perth 7:30am (cnr Mounts Bay Rd & Cliff St) 7:30am (Northbridge Coach Bay) 7:00am New Esplanade Hotel (from PCEC) 7:45am European Hotel (from(from Kings 7:30am Fraser Suites HyattHotel) Regency) 7:10am Quest West End Emperors Brittania (wait onCrown opposite side of road, (from FourPerth Points by Sheraton) 7:20am (from Northbridge Coach Bay) 7:00am Four Points by Sheraton 7:20am Novotel Langley (from Pan Pacific) 7:20am before the traffic lights) 7:00am Goodearth Hotel 7:20am Ramada Perth, The Outram 7:15am Great Southern Hotel Fraser Suites (from Hyatt Regency) 7:10am Pan Pacific 7:20am (cnr William St & Robinson Ave) 7:00am Regal Apartments (from Mantra on Hay) 7:20am Hotel Perth 7:10am Hay StreetHilton Travellers Inn (from PCEC) Scarborough Pick-up from hotel listed below only Ozi Inn (from Britannia on William) 7:00am (from Mantra on Hay) 7:20am Rendezvous Studio Perth Central 7:30am 7:20am Pensione Hotel PerthHotel (from Kings Hotel) Holiday Inn City Centre (from Rydges) 7:20am The Nest on Newcastle Hotel Ibis Perth Rendezvous Observation City Hotel 7:00am Ritz Carlton Perth Ambassador Goodearth Hotel) Pier #3) 7:30am 7:20am (from Britannia on William) 7:00am (from Holiday Inn City Centre) 7:20am (from Tourist Stop (from Barrack St Jetty Verandah Apartments Holiday Inn City Centre 7:20am Riverview Apartments Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre 7:45am (from Britannia on Willam) 7:00am (from Rendezvous Studio Hotel, Hyatt Regency Perth Central) 7:20am Witches Hat (from Great Southern Hotel) 7:00am (bottom of ramp Adelaide Tce) 7:10am If you miss your pick-up, CALL 08 6270 6060 IMMEDIATELY. Sage West Perth Ibis Styles East Perth (from Hyatt Regency) 7:10am (from Ramada Outram) Please be ready and waiting on the roadside 10 minutes prior to stated time. Pick-upsPerth, may varyThe depending on traffic. Look for 7:15am either an Australian Pinnacle Tours or ADAMS coach. Scarborough Pick-up from hotel listed below only Intercontinental Perth Seasons Perth (from Kings 7:30am Scarborough No hotel after morning tours or afternoon pick-ups. Retail and booking of office - Barrack Street Jetty.Hotel) Departure Point - Perth Convention &Ramada Exhibition Centre (PCEC) opposite ADINA HOTEL. (from Holiday Inndrop-offs City Centre) 7:20am (from Rendezvous Hotel Sebel East Perth (from Mantra on Hay) 7:20am Kangaroo Inn (from Kings 7:30am ADAMS Pinnacle Tours, Hotel) a division of The ADAMS Group Passenger Transport Services Pty Ltd. ABN 35140853247WA Omnibus Lic. No. 5885 Perth Scarborough) 7:00am Sebel West Perth Kings Hotel Perth (cnr Hay & Pier St) 7:30am Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough 7:00am (Gordon Street Coach Bay) 7:20am Mantra on Hay 7:20am Seashells (from Rendezvous Hotel Sullivans Hotel 7:25am Mantra on Murray Perth Scarborough) 7:00am The Murray Hotel (from Holiday Inn City Centre) 7:20am Sunmoon Resort Scarborough (from Ramada Perth, The Outram) 7:15am Mercure Hotel Perth (from Kings Hotel) 7:30am (from Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough) 7:00am

RESERVATIONS 1300 551 687 AFTER HOURS 6270 6060

If you miss your pick-up, CALL 08 6270 6060 IMMEDIATELY.

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Please be ready and waiting on the roadside 10 minutes prior to stated time. Pick-up may vary depending on traffic. Look for either an ADAMS Pinnacle Tours, Grayline or ADAMS coach. No hotel drop-offs after morning tours. Retail and booking office - Barrack Street Jetty. Departure Point - CROWN PERTH, Riverside Exit, next to McDonalds. ADAMS Pinnacle Tours, a division of The ADAMS Group Passenger Transport Services Pty Ltd. ABN 35140853247 WA Omnibus Lic. No. 5885

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