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Augusta: Jewel Cave Fully-Guided Tour

1. Augusta: Jewel Cave Fully-Guided Tour

Jewel Cave is the largest show cave in Western Australia, composed of three massive chambers. Visitors are immediately in awe of the sheer enormity of the first chamber, which is also home to one of the longest straw stalactites found in any tourist cave in Australia. Towering crystal formations, growing for many thousands of years, reach up towards delicate and intricate decorations suspended like vines across the ceiling. Hear stories of the "Tasmanian tiger" fossils found in the cave — these animals perished in the darkness after falling into the cave thousands of years ago. After exiting the cave, you'll have the option to take a self-guided walk through the towering karri forest above, during which you'll pass by the natural entrance to the cave, a small vertical shaft in the forest floor.

From Broome: Cape Leveque 4WD Tour & Optional Return Flight

2. From Broome: Cape Leveque 4WD Tour & Optional Return Flight

Just a few kilometers out of Broome, head north on Cape Leveque Road. Journey over rugged terrain on unsealed sections of road to your first stop, Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Enjoy morning tea and see the famous pearl-shell alter of the Sacred Heart Church. Head further north to Lombodina, where traditional owners will take you on a guided walk of their community. Visit their craft shop where you will find many local handmade products. Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm for a chef prepared lunch followed by an insightful tour of the pearl farm. Enjoy an afternoon swim in the beautiful turquoise waters of Kooljaman. Sit back and relax or stroll along the sandy white beach. Opt for the return scenic flight (must be pre-booked) down the beautiful coast to arrive in Broome at approximately 5:00 PM or head back to Broome by coach, arriving at approximately 7:30 PM.

Perth: 1.5 hour Optus Stadium Guided Tour

3. Perth: 1.5 hour Optus Stadium Guided Tour

See the best of Optus Stadium on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour! Discover Perth's new state-of-the-art stadium on a 1.5-hour guided tour. The stadium is located in Burswood, a 10 to 15 minute drive from Perth CBD.  Make your own way to the stadium by taxi, walking, or bicycle. Enjoy a coffee or treat at City View cafe, before or after your Stadium Tour. Check-in at The OZONE at least 10 minutes prior to your tour start time. Head off with your guide to walk around the most state-of-the-art stadium in the southern hemisphere.  You will be treated to breathtaking views of the playing surface, the Swan River and Perth city from the Stadium’s highest vantage point. Experience the inner sanctum with behind-the-scenes change-room, locker room, and coaches' room access. Discover sports memorabilia detailing WA’s rich sporting history along the way. Remember your camera because there are plenty of photo opportunities around the Stadium!

Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers and Cultural Tour from Perth

4. Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers and Cultural Tour from Perth

First stop on your 12.5-hour tour from Perth is in historic York. Enjoy morning tea (at your own expense) before continuing to Hyden. Check out the Hippo’s Yawn rock formation and sit down to an Aussie country-style lunch. Afterwards, visit Wave Rock, one of Western Australia’s most popular natural landmarks, in a shape that resembles a giant ocean wave. See the ancient Gnamma Holes, which is a sacred Aboriginal site. Continue to the Humps and finally Mulka’s Cave. Return to Perth via a different route and stop in the country town of Babakin for afternoon tea (at your own own expense). Wildflower viewing stops are made en route, seasonally.

Broome: 30-Minute Scenic Helicopter Flight

5. Broome: 30-Minute Scenic Helicopter Flight

Go on a spectacular helicopter flight overlooking the Broome Peninsula and take in unique aerial views of Cable Beach as you fly north towards Willie Creek. Fly over the pearl farm and see the dazzling colors formed by the area's huge tides. Keep an eye out for the creek's resident saltwater crocodiles. Enjoy exciting commentary from your experienced pilot as you try to spot marine life in the shallow reefs below. See stunning views of the lighthouse and the spectacular red cliffs at Gantheaume Point before flying over Broome Jetty and Roebuck Bay to complete your unforgettable tour.

Busselton: 2-Hour High Ropes Course

6. Busselton: 2-Hour High Ropes Course

Experience a once-in-a-lifetime high ropes course in Busselton, Western Australia. Starting off at just 3 meters and working up to 19 meters above the forest floor, the activities increase in difficulty — it all gets wobblier, longer, and more challenging as you progress. Each course has a series of fun and challenging activities that wind their way through the treetops.   Ziplines are everywhere throughout the park, and there’s even a dedicated zipline course of more than 7 zips. Starting at 18 meters, with no additional climbing, the course cuts its way through the park and ends with the final zip of more than 150 meters in length.   Other exciting activities include riding a BMX more than 9 meters into the air, skateboarding through the trees, Tarzan jumping, free-fall quick jumps, and balancing lines. There’s something here for everyone, from first-timers who like their adventure “very soft” to the experienced enthusiasts.

Abrolhos Island Discovery Tour

7. Abrolhos Island Discovery Tour

Begin the morning by flying over the town of Kalbarri, then along the majestic coastal cliffs that tower over Gantheume Bay, with their lovely red sedimentary rock colors. The coastal cliffs have been over 400 million years in the making and were once part of an ancient coral reef system. The Abrolhos Islands is a chain of 122 islands and associated coral reefs, in the Indian Ocean approximately 65 kilometers (about 40 miles) off the west coast of Australia.  It is the southernmost true coral reef in the Indian Ocean, one of the highest latitude reef systems in the world and one of the most important seabird breeding sites.  Composed of three groups of 40 islands each, the Abrolhos boasts an incredible range of marine life and spectacular coral gardens that are excellent for diving and snorkelling while sea lions, dolphins and migratory whales are often spotted in the area. East Wallabi Island, known for its beautiful coral and turquoise bays, is where the plane lands. From here enjoy a short walk to Turtle Bay where the morning is spent swimming and snorkeling in the protected waters of the coral reef.  Morning tea with tea and coffee is included. Discover the island on a nature walk. View the abundant birdlife, neighboring islands and limestone cave formations.  Return to Kalbarri flying over the breathtaking coral atolls and the site of the historical Batavia shipwreck.

Broome: Helicopter Flight and Willie Creek Pearl Farm Tour

8. Broome: Helicopter Flight and Willie Creek Pearl Farm Tour

Travel both ways by helicopter on this tour from Broome. Look out for spectacular views as you go, and enjoy tea and browsing products at the famous Willie Creek Pearl Farm. Enjoy pickup from Broome, then embark on a spectacular helicopter flight up Cable Beach. Gaze down from the window as you overfly the farm to see the incredible colours and patterns in Willie Creek. You might even spot the crocodile as you arrive at the Farm in style. Next, embark on the award-winning land and marine based Pearl Farm tour to get a unique insight into modern cultured pearl farming. Find out what makes the perfect pearl on this informative experience. Enjoy morning tea with the group and taste traditional Aboriginal Damper. Then, take a wonder through Willie Creek showroom to see if something catches your eye. Step back onboard the helicopter for the return flight to Broome. Look out for the beautiful white sands of Cable Beach, and the stunning red cliffs at Gantheaume Point. You'll also see breathtaking views of Broome Jetty, and the azure waters of Roebuck Bay as you make your way back.

Rottnest Island: Tandem Skydive

9. Rottnest Island: Tandem Skydive

Tandem skydive over beautiful Rottnest Island from the altitude of your choice, 10,000, 14,000, or 15,000 feet, to enjoy 30 to 66-seconds of freefall while you see the island from a different perspective. Make your own way to Rottnest Island from Perth or Fremantle for your tandem skydive. Your experience begins with a warm welcome at the Rottnest Island Terminal Building at Rottnest Airfield, a 15-minute walk from the jetty.  After completing your paperwork, get harnessed up and receive a safety briefing, then head out to the plane to begin your exhilarating adventure.  Take in the incredible scenery from the plane as it climbs your chosen altitude then together with your instructor, you will free fall at 200km/hr for up to 66 seconds! Your instructor will deploy your parachute at 5,000 feet and you then enjoy a spectacular 5-minute parachute ride, before landing on the beach alongside family and friends.  You can purchase a professionally edited high-definition video and photos package on the day.

Fremantle: Rottnest Island Skydive and Ferry Package

10. Fremantle: Rottnest Island Skydive and Ferry Package

Once you arrive on Rottnest Island from Fremantle for your tandem skydive, your experience will begin with a warm welcome at the Rottnest Island Terminal Building at Rottnest Airfield, a 15-minute walk from the ferry jetty. After completing your paperwork, you will get harnessed up and receive a safety briefing, before heading out to the plane to begin your exhilarating adventure. You can take in the incredible scenery from the plane as it climbs to your chosen altitude, then together with your instructor, you will free-fall at 200 kilometers an hour for up to 66 seconds. Your instructor will deploy your parachute at 5,000 feet, after which you can enjoy a spectacular 5-minute parachute ride before landing safely on the beach alongside your family and friends. You will also be welcome to purchase a professionally-edited high-definition video and photos package on the day. Following your skydiving experience, you will be free to explore Rottnest Island at your leisure until your ferry departure time back to B-Shed Fremantle.

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What people are saying about Western Australia

Our helicoptor Pilot, Mitch was fantastic. He was safety conscience, very knowledgeable, friendly & obliging. The Edgar Ranges are a must do when visiting Broome & KAS Helicopters are the ones to go with. Thank you for giving us such a wonderful day.

My 7 year old football fantastic absolutely loved it. His Dad was pretty impressed too. Such great value for money.

Outstanding stadium outstanding tour guide outstanding gardens. Was blown away by the whole experience 10/10

Stunningly enormous cave. Interesting tour - just the right length and well-informed guide

Enjoyed seeing all the wonderful building & magnificent views