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Apple Fun Park

The Apple FunPark is the biggest free entry playground in Australia. Opened in Easter 2008, the park has play equipment for all ages – toddlers to teenagers.

  • Type:Attractions
  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12)

Details

  • Open Days:Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday

Description

The Apple FunPark is a world class playground with equipment to suit all ages. Situated in the heart of Donnybrook (corner of Collins and Reserve St – off South West Highway) and close to shops, the Apple FunPark is the ideal destination for a day of family fun.

Apple FunPark features include:

  • fully fenced with self-closing gates
  • six electric BBQs, with shaded tables and seating
  • running water
  • toilets
  • lighting towers and CTC security cameras
  • Please note that the park is not staffed.

The play equipment is second to none and includes;

  • toddler and pre-schooler areas that include lots of low ride-on animals, kiddie swings, climbing and slide areas
  • four-level towers with slides, rope bridges and flying foxes
  • low rock climbing walls, swings and a spacenet
  • two 9.5 m towers that rise above the ground with a range of play equipment suitable for all ages, including slides and climbing equipment
  • And to keep the parents fit, there is also an adult-friendly area that has gym circuit exercise equipment!

Boyanup Farmers Market

Boyanup Farmers Market held the 4th Sunday of every month showcasing the regions best and freshest produce. Talk to the growers, cooks, winemakers and producers directly about all they have to offer.

  • Suited For:Families
  • Open days/Times:Every fourth Sun of month, 8am-12pm
  • Activity:Farmer's Markets

Details

Description

"One of the last true Farmers markets, Boyanup Farmers market held on the 4th Sunday of each month, showcases some of the regions best fresh produce and is a great morning out for all. With fresh seasonal fruit & vege, honey, free range eggs, cheese, gourmet foods and olive oils to name a few. Wanting something sweet? Check out artisan chocolates, cupcakes, pastries and bread stalls.For the avid gardiner we have all your plant and tree selections with mulch, compost and hay. Finish your morning off with some wine and cider tastings whilst the kids play on the playground. See you all there".

Bunbury Flying School

Private and commercial pilot training in the south-west.

  • Activity:Flying / Scenic Flights
  • Suited For:Adults (18+)

Details

Description

We specialise in private & commercial pilot training in the scenic south-west. Courses are offered to suit your lifestyle. Contact us today!

Bunbury Wildlife Park

What makes our Wildlife Park different is the personal interaction you get with the animals which means you are sure to find a new furry or feathered friend!

  • Activity:Wildlife Park/Centre
  • Suited For:Families
  • Open days/Times:Open 10am - 5pm Daily

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

Chat with the cockatoos
Always ready to perform our large cockatoos are incredibly entertaining - They laugh, dance, chat and even blow raspberries!

The vocabulary these birds have is astounding and it is worth taking the time to interact with them.

We display:

Little Corella
Long-billed Corella
Major Mitchell Cockatoos
Pink and Grey Galah
Sulphur Crested Cockatoos
Red Tail Black Cockatoos
As a general rule around the Park, if a bird can talk, it is likely to bite, so keep fingers out of enclosures. The signs don’t lie!

Pat the kangaroos
Get up close to an Aussie icon when you meet our friendly mob of kangaroos. They live in a huge paddock with lots of native trees and welcome visitors, especially those with a bag of animal feed!

They love human company and this is a great spot to take a seat and observe these unique creatures as they bounce around.

On display in this enclosure are:

Red Kangaroo
Western Grey Kangaroo


Picnic in the park
The tranquil setting of the Bunbury Wildlife Park makes it the ideal location for a family picnic. With shady trees and picnic tables it would be a shame not to take advantage of the free BBQ.

For a picnic experience without any effort why not purchase lunch from our café to enjoy in the company of friendly wild ducks.

Coastal Water Dive

Coastal Water Dive brings together everything you need to make your dive experience something to remember – all for the right reasons. Visit one of WA’s largest dive shops.

  • Suited For:Families,Seniors
  • Activity:Diving
  • Type:Tours

Details

Description

Coastal Water Dive brings together everything you need to make your dive experience something to remember – all for the right reasons.

Our Store
Our retail store boasts over 135m2 of quality equipment to ensure you are all kitted-out for your dive adventure – be it scuba diving, freediving, spearfishing, underwater photography or simply snorkelling off our pristine shores.

Purchasing dive equipment can be challenging unless you know exactly what you’re looking for. Our highly trained team has over 20-years collective experience and can tailor a package to suit individuals from first-time divers right through to seasoned professionals.

ZERO deposit and ZERO interest payment plans are available*, so you get the gear and course NOW and spread your payments over 12-months.

We stock only the best brands and have an in-store service division, airfill and nitrox fills, hire gear is also available, however we recommend you book ahead for weekend hire.  

Our Dive Courses
We offer quality PADI courses for beginners right through to fully experienced divers, from Open Water Diving to Advance, Rescue & Dive Master Courses. All courses are designed to give you the skills, qualifications and confidence to dive anywhere in the world.  

Our Dive Holidays
Coastal Water Dive is an accredited booking agent for overseas dive travel group, Dive Adventures.
Escorted dive holidays allow you to discover some of the world’s most remarkable dive destinations, all with the comfort and safety of your own dive instructor.  

Escorted trips to the beautiful Beqa Island in Fiji and Kavieng in Papua New Guinea have been scheduled for 2010 – with spaces filling quickly.

Our Crew
Our team of highly trained and experienced dive instructors and dive masters also work on the shop floor, which means they know exactly what equipment you need to set you on your dive adventure. Furthermore, they have extensive knowledge of local dive spots in the south-west, whether it is wreck, reef or beach diving. If you can dive it, they’ll know it!

Our Coastline
The south-west region of WA is surrounded by one of the most exciting and picturesque coastlines in Australia.  With more than 30 kilometres of white sandy shores, crayfish only a few metres off-shore, 4WD locations that take you to the doorstop of your dive site, child friendly beaches and beautiful weather throughout summer, makes the shores off Bunbury a scuba diver’s heaven.  Your family is sure to enjoy a play on the beach while you take a shore dive at The Hutts or Dalyellup Beach.

Whilst crayfishing is the number one reason most locals dive, there is also plenty of photographic opportunities with Nudibranchs, schools of Baitfish, Cuttlefish, Leatherjackets, Moonlighters, Globefish schools of Pelagics and the occasional baby Hammerhead!

Local tour operators dive The Lena Wreck off the coast of Bunbury every Saturday and bookings can be made through Coastal Water Dive.  The Lena is a 55-metre ex-Patagonian Toothfish vessel that was captured fishing illegally in Australian waters.  In 2004 a group of dedicated volunteers striped the vessel in preparation for sinking as a dive wreck.  After many months of hot, heavy and tedious work it was finally accomplished and she was scuttled in December 2004.  Since then The Lena has become home to a plethora of Batfish, Blennies, Stingrays, Octopus, Nudibranchs, Leatherjackets, Baitfish, Globefish, Samson fish, Skippy and in the darkness is a grumpy Cuttlefish or two. Sitting in only 18-metres of water The Lena is considered by many as an easy dive, but full of excitement and plenty to see.

A message from the Owners
As a family owned and operated business for over 10-years, we are genuinely committed to the dive industry in the south-west, and place huge significance on providing our divers with the best possible experience both in the shop and in the water, whilst maintaining high safety standards.   

So, before you hit the sensational crystal blue waters off our south-west coast, be sure to visit the friendly team at Coastal Water Dive and check out one of the largest dive shops in the south-west.

Toz and Tiff

* Conditions apply. Ezy-Pay is a retail payment option provided by Certegy Ezi-Pay Advantage.
 

Dolphin Discovery Centre

There's no better way to learn about these friendly creatures than to go right to the source. Stand at the shore or wade into the designated interaction zone to meet the bottlenosed dolphins face to face, then rationalise your experience in the Discovery Room and theatrette. Swim Tours and Dolphin Watch Cruises also available.

  • Suited For:Families
  • Open days/Times:Open 8am - 4pm Daily
  • Activity:Dolphins,Discovery Centre
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays

Description

The Discovery Room and Theatre feature a range of interpretive displays and sensations for people of all ages and include our discovery pool and the world’s only ‘Digital Dolphinarium’. The beach interaction zone at the Centre is where the wild Koombana Bay dolphins visit to interact with humans. This very enjoyable experience cannot be guaranteed as the wild dolphins come and go as they please however seeing these magnificent creatures so close is truly wonderful. Dolphin visits to the interaction zone usually take place in the mornings between 8.00am and 12.00 midday but can happen at any time. Eco cruises run from the beach and  ‘A Swim-On-The-Wild-Side’ experience is not to be missed. Imagine freely swimming in the Bay, guided by our Marine Biologist, when a wild dolphin swims by to look at you. Interpretation is the key on these tours and we are committed to providing all participants with information to help your understanding of the dolphins. These fantastic tours operate October to April and bookings are essential as they are limited to 18 swimmers.

Encounters - Curated Art Tours

Offers the freedom to curate your art and cultural experience with sophistication and comfort.

  • Activity:Art & Craft
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Tour Locations:Bunbury

Description

Tours are chauffeured with an artist as your host and include gourmet dining experiences. Meet practicing artists in their Studios. View work never exhibited.

Four Wheel Driving On Preston Beach

60km south of Mandurah, Preston Beach is one of the closest 4WD beaches to Perth City.

  • Activity:Four Wheel Driving
  • Type:Sites & Trails

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Description

60km south of Mandurah is Preston Beach, a great weekend destination with multiple accommodation options for the whole family. There are a number of self-contained holiday homes and villas right near the beach, and a general store to keep you stocked up during your stay.

You can 4WD along the whole beach, heading north about 20km to White Hills Beach, and even as far as Tim’s Thicket if the tide allows it, or you can drive south and reach Myalup and Binningup Beach. As long as you keep your tyre pressure down, this beach is a good option for beginners.

Try to catch some Herring or Whiting while you enjoy the expansive and pristine coastline of the Peel region.

Getting there - off Forrest Highway you will see Preston Beach Road, which will take you to the townsite of Preston Beach. Mitchell Road will then take you town to the waterfront.

Image credit: @levimarshalll

Gnomesville

Located just east out of Dardanup, Gnomesville is a unique tourist destination that’s hard to miss as you’re travelling through the Ferguson Valley.

  • Open days/Times:Open 24/7

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,School holidays,Monday,Tuesday

Description

Gnomesville is a large collection of garden gnomes that have mysteriously been placed at at the roundabout that joins Wellington Mill Road and Ferguson Road in the Ferguson Valley. Nobody seems to know exactly how the quaint little hamlet of gnomes began and nobody is really sure who’s responsible for their existence.
One version goes that the roundabout was built when a group of year seven Dardanup Primary School students mentioned they thought the intersection was a traffic hazard during a mock council meeting. The council proper got wind of it, and soon the roundabout was under construction for real. Legend has it that a local Wellington Mills resident placed a single gnome at the site of the roundabout’s construction in good-humoured protest against what had become a controversial project in the town.
More gnomes soon came to join the silent protestor and soon the roundabout site had become a large gnome community complete with a sports ground that included two teams of football-playing gnomes, who switched to cricket with the change of season.


Gnomesville grew so quickly that the local Shire of Dardanup was forced to move the makeshift clay community from the middle of the roundabout to the nearby bush-land and verge as the gnomes were proving too much of a distraction for drivers approaching the roundabout.   Strolling through the hamlet it’s impossible not to be impressed by the scale of the endeavour. Gnomesville is presently home to more than 1000 residents, which are scattered everywhere – in the bush, alongside the road and hidden up and around the various pathways that run through the immediate area. But this is more than just a scattered collection of garden gnomes – it’s a community in the true sense of the word with gnome parties, sporting activities, and even a Gnomesville local rock band called The Rolling Gnomes.
Clever puns are a feature of Gnomesville with many of the local residents sporting hilarious names and titles including Metro-gnome, Gastro-gnome, Gnome Alone, the Professor of Ergognomics, a Gnomely child, The Stately Old Gnome, a Gnoman Empire soldier and Sir Ignominious. Proving that Gnomesville is a liberal community, there is even a gnomosexual. This bizarre selection of characters is further complemented by a number of gnome structures like the Gnome Birth Centre, Funeral Gnome and even a Gnome for Wayward Youths.
Gnomesville has become a tourist destination in its own right and is now featured on tourist maps and is a regular stopping point for busloads of travellers, many of who bring their own gnomes to add to the ever-growing collection. There are gnomes from London, New York, Sydney, Broome and a variety of other places from around the world living happily in Gnomesville.
It is also somewhat of media hotspot having been featured on a number of television and radio shows including #Rove Live, #Postcards WA, #Today Tonight and the ABC’s #Stateline.
The Shire of Dardanup and the local Wellington Mills Community maintain the hamlet of the gnomes and are more than happy for visitors to “plant” a gnome and add to the collection. However a word of warning, bad luck is reputed to follow those who steal from the gnomes or hurt them in any way.  For those looking to linger a while in Gnomesville, there are picnic tables and public toilets available providing the perfect opportunity for a leisurely lunch with the gnomes.

Harvey Cheese

We are family owned and operated, we specialise in making cheese to time-honoured methods using only the freshest, creamiest milk.

  • Open days/Times:Open 7 days a week 9:30am-5pm
  • Activity:Cheese Maker

Details

Description

Harvey Cheese is delicious due to its clean, fresh creamy flavour, soft, moist texture and low salt content.

What sets our gourmet cheese apart from others is the love and care with which we handcraft every batch of cheese...and its this approach that has seen Harvey Cheese become the best in the region.

Drop in and taste for yourself...you won't be disappointed.

Harvey Indoor Markets

Harvey Indoor Markets are held on a Saturday from 9am-1pm indoors on courts 1 & 2 at the Harvey Recreation Centre.

  • Open days/Times:Every 4th month, on the second Saturday of the month, 9am-12pm.
  • Activity:Art & Craft,Markets

Details

Description

New and Preloved Items for sale. Also fresh produce.

If you have some hidden treasures needing new homes or are due for a major cleanout, this is the place to come and sell your unwanted items!!!

Businesses are also encouraged to apply to have a stall also.
(Handmade creations, fresh produce, clothing and bric-a-brac)

Bays start from $15 and are approx 3m x 3m.
1x trestle table and 1x chair are provided on the day.

Sellers will be able to set up from 7:00am.

Local Stallholders are encouraged to set up friday afternoon.

Gold Coin Entry for Buyers - Kids FREE

For any information or to Book a Stall:
Please phone 97293311. 

Ironstone Gully Falls

If you are heading southeast from Capel towards Donnybrook along Goodwood Road, it’s worth stopping at the picturesque Ironstone Gully Falls picnic area.

  • Type:Attractions

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Description

In winter the stream, having followed a course through one of the region’s many fine jarrah forests, crosses under the road and gently rambles over a series of rapids. The Falls drop over a ledge of nine metres. From August to October, the surrounding countryside abounds with a stunning display of WA wildflowers.

Located 17kms south-east of Capel, this historic picnic area was reserved in 1903 for use as a recreation area for the Capel River settlers. Although not an official trail, the site is famous for the rich red rock over which a small tributary from the Capel River tumbles.

An existing narrow vehicle track winds its way throughout the reserve, providing an ideal ready-made walking and cycling circuit. Bird guides list this site for its potential for sighting raptors, Red-Tailed and Long-Billed Black Cockatoos, and Scarlet Robins.

BBQ and toilet facilities are available at this site. Free camping and pets are allowed.

Lions Sandhills Walk Trail

A loop trail of approximately 4.7km taking about 2hrs.

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Bush Walking

Details

Description

A moderate well defined trail, with some steeper sections and uneven loose surfaces. An array of wildflowers can be seen throughout this picturesque walk. This area was last logged prior to 1962 when it became Ryall’s Nature Reserve. Passing through Ryall’s Nature Reserve (please observe the guidelines before entering the Nature Reserve) you will emerge to enjoy uninterrupted views of the Donnybrook rural landscapes. 

Mosaics & Murals of the Harvey Shire

Mosaics and Murals of Harvey WA are a much sort out attraction in the south west. You will find these unique mosaics at the entrances to Harvey, Binningup, Clifton Park, Cookernup, Myalup & Yarloop.

  • Suited For:Wheelchairs,Families,Seniors
  • Open days/Times:Open 7 Days
  • Activity:Statue

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,School holidays,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays

Description

MOSAICS: The Harvey Region has a unique collection of 10 large mosaics designed and made by a local artist Anthea Ward. You will find a trail of these large mosaics at the entrances to Harvey, Binningup and Myalup.Other mosaics can be seen at the Harvey Visitor Centre, Australind Shopping Centre and Australind Recreation Centre.

MURALS: The main street of Harvey features 5 wall murals depicting the Harvey District lifestyle. The first panel depicts Harvey's early settlement and timber industry featuring the cedar colours of greens, browns and yellows. The second focuses on the dairy and beef industries, the third features Harvey's citrus, water, irrigation, horticultural and viticulture industry. The fourth features History of the different roles horses played, and the final one is Digging of the Harvey Diversion by Hand, Irrigation System. Each panel is 6m long and 2m high and painted in acrylic with some mosaic sections. While you are in the main shopping area, there is a seat not far from the murals which has also been painted by Anthea.

Ngalang Wongi Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Troy’s tour takes visitors on a journey that reveals a very different side of Bunbury.

  • Activity:Aboriginal Bushfoods,Aboriginal Owned & Operated
  • Suited For:Families,Kids (4 - 12),Adults (18+),Seniors
  • Open days/Times:Daily
  • Tour Duration:2 hours
  • Tour Price:$25 - $58
  • Type:Tours

Details

  • Tour Locations:Bunbury

Description

Troy is a natural storyteller and his passion for the region is woven into Dreaming stories and whimsical yarns about the traditional way of life he experienced growing up in this captivating location.

DREAMING TOWN TOUR: The Ngalang Wongi Dreaming Town Tour gives you an insight into Bunbury’s past from a very unique and entertaining perspective. Troy combines historical fact, stories of early settlers and dreaming stories specific to the region to deliver a fascinating insight into the history of the town.

-Dreaming Town Tour – 2 hours
-Departure: Bunbury Visitor Centre
-Time: 8am (Nov - Mar); 9am (Apr - Oct) – 7 days
4pm (Nov - Mar) – Twilight Tour – 7 days

ESTUARY WALKING TOUR: The Ngalang Wongi Estuary Walkabout Tour takes you on a fun and informative walking journey along the mangroves surrounding the inlet and back along the beach at Koombana Bay. Along the way Troy shares ancient stories about the spirit serpent that inhabits these waterways and relives memories of growing up in the region. Learn how to make weaving twine from river bulrushes, bush mercurochrome from tree sap and how to locate
traditional bush foods.

The tour culminates at the front of the Dolphin Discovery Centre where the bay has a resident population of around 100 bottlenose dolphins. The region is home to seabirds, goannas and numerous marine animals. If you know where to look, there are signs of life all around.

-Estuary Walkabout Tour – 2 hours
-Departure: Bunbury Dolphin Discover Centre
-Time: 10.30am – Daily subject to minimum numbers

 

Old Coast Studio

Old Coast Studios is a Sculpture and fabrication studio located in the heart of the South West, producing one of a kind contemporary art pieces and unique architectural features.

Details

Description

Founded by Jake Coghlan and Aimee Rytenskild, Old Coast Studios works with clients to design origional sculptural pieces to their unique location and desires. We specialize in the construction of outdoor sculptural features, steel and wooden furniture, and decorative screens. 

We also make a variety of high quality architectural and structural features, such as custom made balistrading, patios and signage, that will add personality and charisma to your home or business. Each piece is highly individualized and designed specifically to fit your needs.

 

Contact us today to realize your vision!

Pick Your Own At Spring Valley Orchard

Take away what you pick, or purchase other fruits. Varieties vary depending on the time of year you visit. P.S. the orchards are very Instagram-worthy!

  • Activity:Fruit Picking,Fruit Farm
  • Open days/Times:Mon - Sun 10AM - 3.30PM
  • Suited For:Families,Toddlers (0 - 3),Kids (4 - 12),Teens (13 - 17),Adults (18+),Seniors

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

Description

Learn how to properly cut apples and pick all the organic fresh produce you can hold at this equisite homestead.

Enquire over e-mail to secure your memorable fruit picking experience with Diana and Geoff Robb!

Preston River Loop And Indigenous Walk Trail

The 1.8 kilometre loop is a peaceful stroll with cultural interpretation of the local area on the Donnybrook Indigenous Walk Trail

  • Type:Sites & Trails
  • Activity:Bush Walking

Details

Description

The Preston River flows through Donnybrook with a walk trail on both sides of the river. This trail is well defined, and has gentle gradients with a few steps. It traverses through a lush riparian river ecosystem encompassing the suspension bridge and a weir crossing in the middle of Donnybrook, and incorporates the Preston River Indigenous Walk Trail and the Waugyl Sculpture Park. As you walk along the trail tread softly, and see how many different birds and animals you can see.

Royal Gala Tours

Royal Gala Tours welcomes passengers to join us on our exciting range of day tours departing from Bunbury.

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Description

Royal Gala Tours was founded by the Gubler family, who have lived in the Mullalyup area (in the northern reaches of Blackwood River Valley), for three generations. The Gubler family has an extensive history with the Blackwood River Valley region, and have been involved in many of the industries of the area over the last 95 years.

In the early 1900’s the Mullalyup region was predominately dedicated to the commencing of the fruit industry in Western Australia – and to this day the rolling hills of Mullalyup and its surrounds continue to be carpeted with an amazing display of pink and white blossoms in the springtime.

Every season in this sometimes forgotten valley of South West, has its own unique signature – the crisp frost tipped misty mornings, the magic and brilliance of the autumn displays, the heralding of new growth in springtime with its cheerful floral bush land exhibits. Even the dry Australian summer lends itself to poetic description, and the lush green rolling hills are transformed into a majestic land of rainbow gold.

Join Royal Gala Tours, and let the Gublers’ introduce you to the hidden delights of the South West. There is more to this region than the towering Karri forests, mystical limestone caves, and Mediterranean vineyards. Colour your South West experience with truly local knowledge, and really experience the magic of the places you visit along the way. Book your Bunbury Day tour Now! Pickups at Bunbury Visitor Centre.

Swim on the Wild Side Dolphin Tour

Exciting and Wild!! The Swim on the Wild Side Tour is an adventure not to be missed, giving you the chance to get up close with wild dolphins.

  • Activity:Discovery Centre,Dolphins
  • Suited For:Families
  • Type:Tours
  • Open days/Times:November to April 28 2018 - 8am to 4pm
  • Tour Price:From $5

Details

  • Tour Locations:Dolphin Discovery Centre LOT 830 Koombana Drive, Bunbury WA 6230

Description

Join us for an intimate swim with wild dolphins in their natural environment. This tour is our most popular and exhilarating experience. Visitors are given the opportunity to swim with the wild Bottlenose Dolphins in their own environment. Accompanied by our Marine Biologist and trained volunteers you will venture into the open waters of Koombana Bay. Depending on dolphin sightings you will be guided into the water where the dolphins may elect to initiate interaction with the swimmers. As they are wild dolphins interaction cannot be guaranteed.

An award winning tour guaranteed to thrill.

Whats Included:

Guided Swim Tour with our Marine Biologist.
Wetsuit, mask, snorkel and fins
Coffee/Tea and a Cookie
Tour gift pack
Access to the discovery centre, interaction zone, digital dolphinarium, cafe and souvenir shop.
 

What to bring:

Bathers/Swim Suit
Towel
Jumper/Windcheater (something warm)
Hat
Sunscreen
Don’t forget the camera!
Medication (if you require during a 3 hour period)


Departure time: Tours run daily (weather dependent): 

7:30am        15th October - 30th April

11:30am       20th December - 2nd Febuary

Please report to the Dolphin Discovery Centre by the stipulated departure time.

 

Passenger Numbers:

Minimum of 4 paying Swimmers. Maximum of 18 Swimmers. Maximum of 4 Observers

Price Per Person: (includes admission into the Dolphin Discovery Centre)

Swimmers: $165 (Adult/ Concessions/ Seniors/ Students/ YHA/ Children 6 to 14yrs)

Observer: $85 (Adults),  $65 (Concession/ Students/ YHA/ Children 6-14yrs) 

Wellington Forest Discovery Centre

Enjoy a fascinating journey into the diverse ecosystem of a jarrah forest. Learn about unique plants and animals and how they thrive in a forest environment. Environment education program available.

  • Type:Tours
  • Suited For:Families
  • Activity:Bush Walking,Discovery Centre

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