PERTH & FREMANTLE
Routing: Perth to Fremantle
Duration: 6 Days
From AUD$605.00 per person, based on standard double/twin share accommodation.
Includes: 6 nights’ accommodation, 6 days unlimited km use of an economy sized car and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.
From AUD$920.00 per person, based on luxury double/twin share accommodation.
Includes: 6 nights’ accommodation, 6 days unlimited km use of an intermediate sized car and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.
DAY 01: Perth
Pick up car rental. Visit Perth’s iconic Kings Park and Bell Tower. Late evening, visit Heirisson Island, to see the kangaroos in their natural habitat- best time is in the evening as they come out to eat.
DAY 02: Perth
Suggest a day trip to the Swan Valley. First travel to Caversham Wildlife Park where you can touch and feed the kangaroos as well as take a photo for free with koalas. Later you may wish to travel to Lancaster, Sandalford & Ambrook for wine tasting. Travel up West Swan Road to the Margaret River Chocolate Company- a great place to stop and grab some chocolate samples.
DAY 03: Perth
Suggest a day trip to Hillary’s Boat Harbour, further up the coast. Take West Coast Hwy/West Coast Dr. First, visit the Aquarium of Western Australia and explore 12,000km of Western Australia’s coastline in just a few hundred meters. After your visit, wander through many restaurants and cafes for your lunch, if you like fine dining; suggest to go at the Breakwater restaurant, located over the water, The Breakwater is the proud winner of few prestigious awards.
DAY 04: Perth to Fremantle
Take the drive from Perth to Fremantle, via Monument Hill and Cottesloe Beach. Cottesloe is one of Perth’s most popular beaches, and is a wonderful spot to visit. Monument Hill offers great views of Fremantle and the ocean.
DAY 05: Fremantle
Suggest a day trip to Rottnest Island- The Rottnest Express departs daily from Perth (Barrack Street Jetty) and Fremantle (B Shed).
Rottnest is a special place for Western Australians and a popular destination for interstate and international visitors.
DAY 06: Fremantle
Fremantle or ‘Freo’ has been described as the best-preserved Colonial port city in the world. Suggest a walking tour of Fremantle visiting the Maritime museum, the Roundhouse, the Old Fremantle Prison and perhaps dinner at one of the hundreds of eateries including open to the air side-walk cafes and waterfront seafood restaurants. Have a coffee along the famous Cappuccino Strip or have a leisure drink at Sailor Anchor located near Fremantle Markets (only open on weekends). Drop off car rental.
Prices are subject to availability and conditions apply. Valid until 31 March, 2015. For dates after this or if you would like to make any changes, please contact us direct for a quote.