Small Group Tours In Perth
Perth offers up an abundance of fascinating tours. For great small group tours in Perth take a trip around the city itself. Or head further afield to places like Margaret River, Bunbury, Albany, Esperance, Busselton and beyond.
Head east to visit York and other historic inland towns. Take a trip north up the coast to the popular and fast growing coastal suburbs and towns like Yanchep, Two Rocks and Lancelin. These destinations and more are detailed in our blog.
Distances can be vast in this big state so hiring a coach is a great idea. Travel Safe offers a reliable group transportation service in Perth. We do the driving for you so you can relax and enjoy the scenery.
Small Group Tours In Perth – Perth
Take a small group tour around Perth. Experience Kings Park with its amazing views out across the city and Swan River, winding tracks through native bushland and botanical treasures.
Or head out to the Swan Valley for a day spent tasting Western Australia’s best vintages, cheeses, chocolate, yoghurts and beer. Whilst you’re there visit the historic All Saints Church and graveyard at Henley Brook overlooking the Swan River.
Head south to the resort areas of Mandurah and Halls Head for a day of surf-filled sunshine, amusement parks and great culinary experiences. On the way back to Perth detour via Fremantle, Perth’s major shipping port and home of the Fremantle Dockers Football team. It’s also the location of one of Australia’s most notorious prisons and now heritage listed site, the Fremantle Prison.
Small Group Tours In Perth – Margaret River Wine Tour
No visit to Perth would be complete without a tour of the now world famous Margaret River wine and tourism region. Located several hours drive south of Perth, Margaret River shot to fame for its magnificent wines produced in a unique temperate growing environment. There are also a number of craft breweries as well as cheese, chocolate and other gourmet factories located here.
The region is also now hugely popular for its surfing, holiday and dining experiences, and spectacular countryside. Watch migrating whales between June and November. Walk the Cape to Cape track, Australia’s longest coastal track. Visit limestone caves and other natural attractions in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.
Small Group Tours In Perth – Visit Historic York And Surrounding Towns
Head east past the John Forrest National Park on the Darling Scarp for a tour of some of Western Australia’s historic country towns. York is a registered Historic Town 72 kilometres from Perth. It was the first inland settlement in the state. Today many of the original colonial buildings are still there, making a visit to York a must for history buffs and anyone interested in early Australian architecture.
Many of the historic buildings in the heritage precinct are National Trust Listed. The list of buildings includes iconic structures like Balladong Farm, Marwick's Shed, the Motor Museum Workshop, Spice's Farm, Holy Trinity Church, Langsford House, Job Bailey's Cottage, Dinsdale's Shoe Emporium and many other houses, commercial buildings, and also several historic trees.
From York head to two other historic towns in Northam and York before heading back to Perth. Or turn south and take another scenic circular route through Beverley and Brookton.
Small Group Tours In Perth – Lancelin, Yanchep And Two Rocks
An hour and a bit’s drive north of Perth is Lancelin, a popular tourist and fishing town. It offers up a host of activities from dolphin watching, surfing, kitesurfing, windsurfing and beautiful beaches. The Lancelin Sand Dunes are ideal for sandboarding and off-road thrills. Lancelin Island just off the coast is an important nature and conservation reserve.
Just north of Lancelin is Nilgen Nature Reserve and the Nilgen Lookout. This is a great spot to stop off and picnic whilst enjoying the natural surroundings and local wildlife.
Along the way stop in at Two Rocks, the most northern suburb of Perth, and check out the Two Rocks Marine Park with its unique inshore lagoons and marine life. South of Two Rocks is Yanchep with its beautiful beaches, lagoon and the Yanchep National Park.
Small Group Tours In Perth – Bunbury
Head south to the port city of Bunbury, WA’s second largest city and the ‘capital’ of the southwest. Located around 175 kilometres from Perth, the city is easily accessible via the Forrest Highway. For more scenic routes though you might want to consider the Old Coast Road or heading inland down the South Western Highway.
Bunbury is noted for its population of wild bottlenose dolphins in Koombana Bay and you can learn more about them at the Dolphin Discovery Centre. Leschenault Inlet is a mangrove parkland with an abundance of bird life. The coastline around here is also pretty spectacular with its basalt rock structures.
From Bunbury there are any number of other areas to visit. Head south to Busselton and check out the Busselton Jetty. Visit Margaret River or head across to Albany, another historic Perth coast town.
This is just a brief overview of some of the small group tours in Perth that are quick and only take a day or two. You can also head further north to places like Carnavon, Port Hedland and Karratha. To the east are historic mining centres like Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie. Or visit the south west of the state with its rolling dairy country, temperate climate, vast agricultural areas and historic coastal town.
Have we sparked your enthusiasm for travelling this vast state? Are you ready to book your group transportation charter in Perth? Contact our Perth team for helpful travel advice and transportation arrangements.