West Australia has plenty of world class attractions and experiences on offer. Whether it’s a wine tour of the Margaret River Region, visiting the Pinnacles, a day on Rottnest Island or swimming with Whale Sharks, WA is a unique holiday experience.
An easy way to experience the best of Western Australia is with Sightseeing Pass Australia. This is a one-stop shop booking service that offers a convenient way to see the best of Perth and WA without using multiple booking sites.
On offer are the state’s best tours, attractions and holiday experiences from a wide variety of tourism operators. You’ll find everything from wine and food tours, to mountain biking, walking tours, as well as extended short breaks to West Australia’s favourite holiday destinations.
Through Sightseeing Pass Australia you can book all your tours and experiences in one easy step. Get creative and plan your own flexible itinerary from the many choices on offer for Perth, Broome, the Southwest and Ningaloo.
Alternatively, save time and choose from one of many pre-bundled discount passes. These contain three activities based on a theme, such as the Adventure Pass that includes swimming with dolphins, a cruise on a segway and an action packed day on Rottnest.
For a more relaxed way to see the sights choose one of the many Wine and Food Passes. These offer all the best options to explore the best wineries, bars, breweries and local produce.
You’ll find plenty of other discounted passes for a wide range of activities for Perth, Margaret River and Broome, with new ones being added regularly.
The site also gives you an easy option to search tours by price with plenty of tours available under $50.
You don’t have to be a visitor to Perth to use Sightseeing Pass. The site works equally well for locals too who want a quick and easy way to book local activities.
Take the hassle out of school holidays with the School Holiday Pass. This offers a great way to book tickets to Perth’s favourite family destinations. Available options include Caversham Wildlife Park, AQWA, Nostalgia Box and the Perth Mint and cater for flexible dates.
Whether you’re a visitor to Perth or a local, here are five great ways to experience the best of Perth. All options are available with Sightseeing Pass Australia.
Whether you’re a visitor or a Perth local, the Swan Valley makes for a perfect day out. The Swan Valley tour with d’Vine showcases the regions best wines and local produce. This leisurely day will have you sitting down for a gourmet lunch at a local winery, take you on a trip to the chocolate factory and ends with a beer at one of the regions best breweries.
Northbridge is home to a growing number of small bars but would you know how to find them? This three-hour tour takes you to three of these venues tucked away in Northbridge. where you can enjoy a drink accompanied by grazing food. You’ll also be guided through historical Northbridge and discover other venues, street art and some of the more intriguing spaces and developments of this fast changing area.
Find out more about traditional Aboriginal culture with this excellent walking tour of Kings Park. The tour lets you discover local plants an d how they are used for bush food and medicine, listen to the ancient Dreamtimes stories of the Noongar people as well as learning more about the history of Kings Park and it’s land.
This great nature experience takes you swimming with wild dolphins in the beautiful, sheltered waters surrounding Shoalwater Bay near Rockingham. With a better than 99% success rate of seeing dolphins, this is a unique opportunity to interact with these amazing ocean creatures in their natural environment.
Get rolling on the eco-friendly Segways for one of the most fun ways to discover Perth’s riverside. This one hour guided tour lets you cruise around Perth’s foreshore and explore Elizabeth Quay, the Bell Tower, Barrack Square as well as some of the lesser known areas.
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