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Australia Holidays - Perth City Skyline

Northern Territory & The West

Northern Territory & The West

Western Australia is a remote land continuously basking in dazzling sunshine.

The area is booming with wildlife - on a holiday to Western Australia, you can find yourself swimming with some of the biggest fish you'll ever see, exploring the stunning beaches of the Coral Coast on your own camel and feeding dolphins at Monkey Mia.

This floral Eden will give you the ideal, relaxing holiday you always hoped for.

Destinations

Highlights

Katherine Gorge Tour and Cruise

From £149 per adult, £75 per child (4-14)

Enter Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park., home to 13 stunning gorges where you join a leisurely cruise between the sheer sandstone cliffs of Katherine Gorge and take a refreshing swim in the crocodile-free waters of Leliyn (Edith Falls).

Your coach will pick you up from your hotel for your transfer to 69 Mitchell Street, the departure point of your tour. At 6.30am join your coach to commence a full day Katherine Gorge Cruise and Edith Falls tour.

Depart Darwin and travel south through the tropical country, passing former WWII airstrips en route to Adelaide River. Make a stop at the Adelaide River War Cemetery, a site dedicated to the many men and women who lost their lives in the north of Australia during WWII in the 1940s. This beautiful memorial is surrounded by lush gardens and native plants.

Perth & Freemantle City Tour with Swan River Cruise

From £53 per adult, £35 per child (4-14)

This city tour gives you a flavour of all the Perth highlights and includes a leisurely river cruise from Fremantle back to the city.

The day begins at the beautiful Kings Park botanic gardens with time to experience a walk through the tree's canopies on the Tree Top Walkway giving a birds-eye view of Perth's city skyline.

Continue to one of Perth's best beaches Cottesloe Beach before arriving at the historic port town of Fremantle.

Time is allowed for a walk down the main street, enjoy a coffee at one of the many cafes (own expense) or perhaps find a bargain at the markets (Fri, Sat and Sun only).