• Itinerary
Tour Code: AU/PER/FUMFAM18
Travel From: 01 Sep 2018 to 31 Mar 2019
~ Choice of 3 nights accommodation
~ Return Airport-Hotel-Airport Transfers private vehicle.
~ Full Day Discover Rottnest with Coach and Lunch (Dep: Daily)
~ Choice of 1 Full Day Tour as below:-
a) Pinnacles, Koalas & Sand Boarding 4WD Adventure with Lunch (Dep: Daily)
b) Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers with Lunch (Dep: Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun)
c) Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk including gourmet picnic Lunch (Dep: Tues only)
d) Margaret River Busselton Jetty & Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse including local gourmet lunch (Dep: Daily from Sep-Apr /
     Daily except Wed & Sun from May-Aug)
~ Option to extend stay.
 * IBIS Perth - Complimentary Daily Breakfast for stay on/between 01Apr - 30Sep'18
Suggested Itinerary
Transfer to hotel by private vehicle.
* Pinnacles, Koalas, Sand Boarding, 4WD and Picnic Lunch
Head north through the Swan Valley to Caversham Wildlife Park for a stop to view and photograph koalas and hand feed kangaroos. Enjoy an informative tour of the Indian Ocean Rock Lobster Factory in Cervantes, the 'Lobster Shack', then enjoy a boxed lunch. After lunch continue on to view the captivating, mysterious expanse of the Pinnacles with ample time to wander through the limestone spires located in Nambung National Park. Take an easy paced walk through parts of this fascinating landscape covering some 404 hectares. Leaving the Pinnacles, head off the sealed roads towards the bumpy bush tracks and sand dunes around Lancelin for some 4WD fun. Keep watch for kangaroos, emus and wildflowers (seasonal) as you head for the majestic pure white Lancelin sand dunes. Out on the dunes, enjoy a heart stopping ride down steep sides of these huge sand 'waves' in a 4WD truck, and it is then time for some sand surfing on a custom made sandboard. Back in the vehicle, commence the return journey to Perth with one last roadhouse stop on the way.
Note:This tour is not suitable for pregnant women, people with back problems or infants. Tour may operate with morning in coach and afternoon in 4WD, or vice versa depending  on passenger numbers.
* Margaret River, Wine, Busselton, Cape Leeuwin with Lunch
Travel down to the coastal town of Busselton to enjoy morning tea (own expense), and whilst here marvel at the Busselton Jetty, a two kilometre construction and the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Head to Margaret River and enjoy a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. Next head to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour of one of over 300 natural underground limestone caves in the district. Pass by stunning Boranup Forest, a visual highlight of the region before arriving at Augusta's famous Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, situated at the most south westerly tip of Australia and where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. Heading back to Margaret River, visit a local winery to taste some wines from this iconic region. Make a brief stop in Margaret River township where free time is available to stroll the main street and explore the quaint shops. On the return journey to Perth, break at a café for a light dinner (own expense). Tour concludes at approximately 9.30pm, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.
Note:Infants are generally not recommended due to the large distances travelled. An infant also does not receive a seat or a meal. If a seat is required for an infant, child prices apply.
* Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers with Lunch
Heading east through the scenic Darling Ranges stop to enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. Enjoy the wonderfully preserved turn of the century Victorian buildings and gain an insight into grand old pioneer days. Continuing east, pass through sweeping wheat belt plains and stop en route at the famous Dog Cemetery, a tribute to Australian working sheep dogs. Visit Hippo's Yawn an unusual natural rock formation shaped like a yawning hippopotamus, regarded by the local Aboriginal people as a special women's place. Enjoy a picnic lunch, visit the Wave Rock. Walk around the rock and learn about Aboriginal culture, dreamtime stories and discover special Aboriginal sacred sites including Gnamma Holes (water reservoirs). Estimated at being an incredible 2,700 million years old, the rock has over time been sculptured by nature into the form of a huge breaking wave. Whilst here visit a Wildlife Park featuring Australian animals or alternatively view the unique Antique Lace Collection. Leaving Wave Rock, head off to view some other intriguing rock formations of the area including the Humps, a camel hump like granite rock and finally Mulka's Cave. The ancient Aboriginal cave paintings tell the legend of the outcast Aboriginal, Mulka the Terrible. Head back to Perth with a stop at the small farming town of Babakin for afternoon tea (own expense). During the wildflower season (September to November) some of Western Australia's best wildflowers can be seen in this area and roadside stops will be made to view some of the spectacular native wildflowers.
Note:Infants are generally not recommended due to the large distances travelled. An infant also does not receive a seat or a meal. If a seat is required for an infant, child prices apply.
* Valley of the Giants TreeTop Walk with Lunch
Head south to Donnybrook which is famous for its apple and stone fruit orchards for a morning tea break (own expense). This brief stop will allow time to purchase some of the locally grown fruit which is in season (including oranges, apples, pears, nectarines, etc). Travel through rolling farmlands of the Blackwood River Valley passing through the small historic pioneer towns of Balingup and Bridgetown, then to Western Australia's only old growth forest area stopping at the Diamond Tree, one of the three towering trees in  the district once used as a bush fire watch tower, for a picnic lunch. Those feeling like a challenge can attempt the climb to the wooden watch cabin near the top of the 51 metre tall tree. Continue on through stunning sections of karri forest, the world's third tallest tree, before reaching the Valley of the Giants. Experience the Tree Top Walk, a 600 metre long elevated walkway constructed through the canopy gradually reaching up to 40 metres above ground. Next see the Ancient Empire, a remarkable pocket of Tingle Forest where these wide girthed trees can grow up to 10 metres in diameter at the base. After a day immersed in nature head through William Bay with stunning coastal scenery and windswept rocky shores, to the quaint seaside town of Denmark. Stop for dinner (own expense) at Kodja Place Visitor Centre, featuring displays about traditional Noongar history of the area.
Note:Infants are generally not recommended due to the large distances travelled. An infant also does not receive a seat or a meal. If a seat is required for an infant, child prices apply.
A Rottnest Express coach will pick you up from your hotel for your transfer to Northport, North Fremantle, the departure point of your tour. At 9.30am board your vessel to commence a full day Discover Rottnest tour. Cruise to Rottnest Island and arrive at approximately 10.30am. Explore the beauty and tranquility of Rottnest as you relax in the comfort of an air-conditioned coach. This 90 minute tour of the island takes you to some of Rottnest's most spectacular locations and provides you with a complete interpretation of the island. Get an insight into the island's cultural and historical heritage, diverse wildlife, fauna and social heritage. You will also have a chance to stroll along the boardwalk at the majestic look out point at West End. Lunch is included at Karma Rottnest, followed by free time at your leisure before boarding the afternoon ferry for the cruise back to Fremantle (ferry times vary depending on the season). Upon arrival in Fremantle, you will be transferred back to your hotel.
 Transfer to airport by private vehicle.
  Important Notes
~ Valid for travel to be completed by 31 Mar 19.
~ Minimum 3 consecutive night stay is required for all hotels.
~ Airfare is NOT included in this package.
~ Confirmation is subject to room and seats availability.
~ Strict cancellation policy apply once booking is confirmed.
~ Price for child is valid when sharing with 2 adults using existing bedding.
~ Payment may be made in Thai Baht by cash and credit card.
~ Due to fluctuation on currency exchange, prices are subject to change without prior notice.
Surcharges (Airlines / Hotels)
Above prices quoted exclude the following surcharges which will be collected upon confirmation of package.
~ Tours and Transfers are NOT applicable on 25Dec.
~ Hotel's weekend / high season surcharges applies as follows:-
Criterion Hotel Perth
Surcharge: THB700 per room per night for stay on/between 01Sep - 30Nov'18
Crown Promenade Perth
Surcharge: THB5200 per room per night for stay on/between 31Dec'18 & 25Jan-26Jan'19
Crown Metropol Perth
Surcharge: THB5200 per room per night for stay on/between 31Dec'18 & 25Jan - 26Jan'19