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ADAMS Pinnacle Tours

From airport transfers to full-day and extended city and country tours, this company's a quality one-stop-shop for bus and coach transport.

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The superior quality of the fleet and attention to detail in the service we provide means our clients have the best possible coaching experience. Our fleet range means we can meet all of our clients’ individual bus and coach requirements.

ADAMS has over 45 buses of various sizes from luxury sedan limousines, 10 seater mini vans all the way up to 60+ seater five star luxury coaches. ADAMS Coachlines are also the proud Western Australian operator of Nightcruiser Party Buses providing the WA fleet of party buses under license to Showworld Corporation. Check out Nightcruiser now to book your next Party bus.....

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The vision of ADAMS Coachlines founder, Adam Barnard, is to offer Perth a quality one-stop-shop for all its bus and coach requirements. Adam believes it’s his mechanical and logistical experience from the Australian Army that has catapulted ADAMS Coachlines into the success it is today. Coupled with the dedication of all his staff to provide the best possible bus and coach services, has meant that Adam has built a very successful business from very humble beginnings, within the past few years.

ADAMS Coachlines are constantly updating their fleet to ensure the very highest standards of safety and reliability are always maintained. All of our driver’s and Coach Captains are provided with full induction training prior to commencing employment and carrying passengers. Our fleet is kept in peak condition by our own engineers utilizing our own onsite and mobile workshops.

The ADAMS Experience:

ADAMS Coachlines is all about the experience. Our vision is simple– to give you, the customer, the best possible bus and coaching experience.

Your positive ADAMS experience will commence with our highly motivated, courteous administration staff that will assist you with your booking using the most technically advanced reservation system available, which in turn ensures the prompt arrival of your bus or coach. You will find ours is the most modern fleet of charter vehicles available in Perth and afford you the very highest standards of comfort, safety and reliability.


Your experience continues with the high standards of customer service offered by our Bus drivers and Coach Captains who have all undertaken ADAMS Coachlines comprehensive induction and training. Upon the timely arrival at your destination we will encourage you to provide your driver or captain with feedback on your ADAMS experience. Your valued feedback will enable ADAMS Coachlines to maintain the highest standards in bus or coach charters.

Our Personnel:

We recognize the strength of our company comes from our people. Consequently we try to ensure that all our Bus Drivers, Coach Captains and support personnel are highly motivated individuals through providing a friendly and productive workplace and remaining sensitive to the needs of our personnel’s individual families. ADAMS Coachlines employs more than 70 staff on the road and in support roles from our brand new purpose built depot in Malaga. All of our Bus Drivers and Coach Captains are highly experienced individuals, with a combined total of over 300 years driving experience between them and covering in excess of 1.7 million km’s annually.

Fleet:

ADAMS Coachlines fleet of over 45 vehicles means we are sure to have the bus or coach to meet your requirements. Our total fleet capacity exceeds 2500 passenger seats and range from 10 seater Mini Vans to 60+ seat five star luxury coaches. Our onsite and mobile workshop facilities and engineers ensure each vehicle is maintained to its peak condition and our quality control and safety are assured by a sophisticated computer maintenance system

Luxury Coaches:

ADAMS Coachlines has a fleet of over 20 coaches that are luxuriously appointed with:

•    Comfortable reclining seats.
•    Seat belts.
•    Large panoramic windows.
•    Air conditioning.
•    Entertainment system.
•    Many have toilet facilities.

Every ADAMS coach is maintained in peak condition by our own engineers, in our own workshops and thoroughly cleaned after each trip.  Our quality control and safety standards are assured by a sophisticated computer maintenance system.

Buses:

Our buses provide clean, comfortable and economical travel for shorter journeys.  All our buses undergo the same maintenance standards as our five star luxury vehicles, to ensure they remain in peak condition and provide a safe reliable service.The ADAMS standard bus range includes capacities of both 45 and 70 seat articulated buses.

Maintenance:

ADAMS Coachlines maintains its fleet to the highest standards, exceeding the requirements’ of the Omnibus Operators Standards Scheme. We have our own onsite full time mechanics ensuring that all our vehicle engines are maintained on a regular basis to ensure consistent reliability at all times.

ADAMS maintains its fleets according to our generic schedule. Every vehicle is serviced every 10,000 km and undergoes a vehicle safety inspection every 3 months, followed by an annual inspection by the Department of Planning and Infrastructure vehicle inspection officers. In addition to this, all ADAMS vehicles are inspected daily by the driver prior to departing the depot.

Private Charters:

Our range of services extended to private charter hires for all your occasions, including;

•    Wedding Guest Hire
•    Swan Valley Day Tours
•    Extended Charters
•    Social Clubs
•    Concert transport
•    and more

Corporate Charter:

 Whether it’s a 10 or 64 seater coach you require, our extensive range of luxury coaches means ADAMS Coachlines can meet all of our corporate clients coaching requirements for:

•    Partners packages.
•    Day tours.
•    Conferences and events.

Our team of reservation specialists will assist you every step of the way to ensure your event runs perfectly. The state-of-the-art booking system we use means that our operations staff are available to manage and supervise all large multi-vehicle movements.

Our fleet is radio controlled using our own private frequencies and we monitor live traffic feeds from Main Roads Department notifying our drivers of any potential traffic hot spots to avoid, ensuring you get to where you need to go on time.

 

Adventure Out Australia

Elevate your adrenalin and challenge the body and mind with Adventure Out Australia Adventure Programs run throughout the spectacular region of Western Australia. Learn to climb, experience the rush of abseiling, thrill to the ride of white water rafting, or conquer remote treks, all with our friendly qualified guides. Single and multi-day trips for every ability with all equipment, instruction and access fees included.

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Our Outdoor Adventures are great for individuals, social groups or the whole family. Like all our activities, they are based on fun and enjoyment with an emphasis on learning technical skills as well as increasing self-confidence.

You can choose between our Abseiling Full Day adventure trips that focus on the basics, or a 2 Day adventure to Bluff Knoll, culminating in a 280 metre descent.

?Other programs include Single Rope Techniques (an essential skills-based course for anyone interested in climbing, caving or working in a vertical environment), Rock Climbing, White Water Rafting or our wonderful weekenders in Margaret River that incorporate camping, climbing, caving and abseiling — all in the one trip!

As market leaders, we are proud of our ability to offer safe, high quality adventure experiences in an environmentally responsible manner.
Adventure Out’s Outdoor Adventures involve a broad range of activities and locations which will suit any individual or group needs.

Adventure Works

Adventureworks WA is a learning and development orgainsation that builds and delivers bespoke programs with a strong focus on outcomes and results.

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Our vision is to challenge people to make an IMPACT, our purpose is to provide programs and experiences that inspire leadership.

Adventureworks WA are the proud winners of the "Outstanding Contribution to Outdoor Learning Award" 2015 West Australian Outdoor Recreation Sector Awards.

Albany Visitor Centre

Albany features natural wonders and holds stories of Australia's heritage that are unique to the Great Southern Region. It's a break from routine, so slip back a gear and bring yourself to Albany - you'll love it!

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All-Ways Caravan Hire

All-Ways Caravan Hire is based in Perth, Western Australia.

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All-Ways Caravan Hire is based in Perth, Western Australia. Service and repair commercial and residential caravans of all types. We also custom design and manufacture commercial & exploration caravans to order and can arrange delivery anywhere in Australia.

Aristi Chauffeurs

Aristi is a proudly Western Australian owned Perth based chauffeur service who have been serving WA travellers since 2000.

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As a result, we offer excellent service, luxury vehicles, professional drivers and markedly competitive pricing.

Our drivers are experienced, polite, punctual, well groomed and willing to assist you in any way they can.

CHAUFFEUR SERVICES FOR EVERYONE

Our services are available to both private and business clients for any occasion - we believe there is no job too big or small. Whether it's an important business meeting, or a relaxing night out you can trust Aristi to exceed your expectations.

 

Aussie Perth Tours

At Aussie Perth Tours we offer an extensive range of scheduled half-day, full-day and extended package tours throughout Perth and Western Australia.

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We offer very competitive pricing for a wide range of Budget, 3, 4 and 5 star Accommodation for singles or large groups. Special meal requirements such as pure vegetarian, Halal, Chinese, Indian, Seafood, Aussie Tucker & other varieties can be catered for also.

We provide a ONE STOP TOURISM SHOP in Perth and Western Australia for our customers total package requirements to give you a Dream Holiday in West Australia. All you need to do is Land at the airport, and we will take care of all your local requirements of Airport transfers, accommodation, meals, tours, site visits, golf, shopping education etc in Western Australia.

Australia's North West Tourism

Australia's North West is a land of extraordinary contrasts, where the red rocky landscapes of the outback meet the bright turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.

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Australia's South West Visitor Centre

Australia’s South West’s natural beauty combines with a sensational wine and food industry to create a place where unique and memorable experiences are always part of the landscape.

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Chosen by Lonely Planet as one of the world's Top 10 Regions in 2010, Australia's South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.

Discover towering forests to whale watching, fine food and wine to world class surfing, Australia's South West offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Western Australia.

Margaret River and its surrounds are a popular destination for world-class wineries, top surfing and fun family holidays. Locals head here in winter too, responding to the lure of cosy log-fires, brisk walks along the beach, horse riding through the bush and mountains of delicious local produce.

A huge draw for scuba divers is the HMAS Swan Dive Wreck, also visible to snorkellers from above the ocean surface. The Busselton Jetty and Underwater Observatory provides another amazing view of the colourful world beneath the water. 

Australian Adventure Travel - Kimberley Adventures

  • (08) 9248 2355

4WD safari tours from 4-15 days throughout the Kimberley region. Tours operate from May to November.

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The four day tour takes in the scenery, Aboriginal culture and wildlife of West Kimberley's mountain ranges and gorges among the Gibb River Road. The 13 day tour from Broome to Darwin shows you highlights such as Windjana Gorge, Bungle Bungles and Litchfield Park. The 15 day explorer tour is a comprehensive eco-tour of the Kimberley.

Balingup Visitor Centre

The Balingup Visitor Centre provides information on things to do, where to eat, and where to stay when you are in town, and to plan the next leg of your journey. Open daily 10am – 4pm.

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Experience the Magic of Balingup

The historic village of Balingup is situated at the northern entrance to the picturesque Blackwood River Valley in the south west of Western Australia. A premier tourist town, Balingup is well known for its art and crafts, galleries, wineries, festivals and events; and is surrounded by wonderful scenery - forests, winding rivers, rolling hills, vineyards and lush orchards.

A leisurely two and a half hours drive from Perth, Balingup offers some of the finest accommodation in Western Australia, and has become known as an alternative destination from which to explore the wine, forest and coastal regions of Australia’s South West.

Events

With a small but vibrant community, Balingup is acknowledged as a leader in staging festivals and events. The major events are the Balingup Small Farm Field Day (April), Telling Tales in Balingup (July), the Balingup Medieval Carnivale (August) and the Jalbrook Concert (November), but you will find there is always something happening and plenty of things to do.

Things to do

On a visit to Balingup you'll find numerous unique specialty shops and galleries, award winning wineries, and a craft centre with the largest range of arts and crafts in Western Australia. There are a number of delightful cafes providing morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea, and a restaurant and tavern provide evening meals. Accommodation options include a full range of styles and prices and include secluded cottages, B&Bs and farm stays, so there will be something ideal for either a family holiday or couples seeking a romantic getaway.

The world renowned Bibbulmun Track passes through the town along the gentle Balingup Brook and meanders to the south through the beautiful Balingup Golden Valley Tree Park. The Park is a unique collection of beautiful and interesting trees from around the world, and is Western Australia's largest Arboretum Park. There are many options for interesting walks, ranging from an hour to a couple of days.

To spend time in Balingup is to enjoy the experience of the ever-changing seasons. The winter valley mists, spring blossoms, glowing sunsets and the russet red tinting of the autumn leaves are all part of the magical Balingup experience.

Balingup awaits you any time of year - the hardest thing you will have to do is leave.

Address: South Western Highway, Balingup

Beverley Information Centre

The heritage wheatbelt town of Beverley is 130 kilometres east of Perth on the Avon River. Founded in 1838, Beverley is one of Western Australia's oldest settlements.

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Beverley is a vibrant rural community with a population of 1700. Located in the western central Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, Beverley is less than 140km east of Perth. The Shire is home of a highly productive broad acre farming industry with a smaller diversified agricultural base, such as perennial horticulture, also finding a home here.

First permanently settled by Europeans in the second half of the 19th Century, Beverley has a long and proud history. This pride prevails today as one of only a few rural communities in the state that is growing.

Located on the banks of the famous Avon River, the town of Beverley is an attractive place to visit and live in. All services and facilities expected of a progressive community are available, including high quality educational and medical establishments.

Beverley is a quiet agricultural town with a proud history - for visitors it is a chance to experience life in a heritage country town. Stroll down the main street and admire the variety of architectural styles. Go for a flight in a glider or try out the golf course and take the kids to explore the banks of the Avon River. Visit the Station Gallery and meet the artist in residence, then enjoy a coffee or a beer and a good country meal!

Information Centre

Staffed by volunteers, the Information Centre offers help and advice about tourist attractions, events, accommodation, services and community contacts in the town.

Located at the Aeonautical Museum in Vincent Street

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am-4pm
Saturday: 9am-12.30pm
Sunday: 9am-4pm

Bicton Travel

Australia's most awarded cruise specialist. Take advantage of our personal knowledge, expertise and connections around the globe to design your customised travel experiences.

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Welcome to Bicton Travel, a member of Helloworld American Express. We are an award-winning Travel Agency with a staff of professionals dedicated to providing expert quality advice on all aspects of travel worldwide. Members of the International Cruise Council of Australasia and the Cruiseco Consortium, we are a cruise specialist agency. We are also a Canada Specialist as certified by the Canadian Tourism Commission. We have been appointed sales agents for Living Italy tours in WA and have also been appointed the WA Accredited Space Agents by Virgin Galactic. Our staff have extensive personal travel experience so for the best advice contact us today.

History

Bicton Travel was established in August 1998 by owner Carole Smethurst. In the following years, Bicton Travel now has a team of 20+ senior consultants and a larger office on the corner of Canning Highway and Petra Street. Our team of well-travelled and experienced staff can assist with travel plans worldwide.

 

Awards

 

2015 Best Travel Agency Single Location - AFTA

2015 Best Travel Consultant - Phil Smethurst - AFTA

2014 Cruise Agency of the Year – CLIA

2014 Best Individual Travel Agency – Cruise Passenger Magazine

2014 Best Travel Agency Single Location – AFTA

2013 Cruise Agency of the Year – CLIA

2013 Best Individual Travel Agency – Readers Choice Award – Cruise Passenger Magazine

2012 Best Individual Travel Agency (Finalist) – Cruise Passenger Magazine

2012 Best Travel Agency Single Location (Finalist) – AFTA

2011 Cruise Agency of the Year – ICCA/CLIA

2011 Office of the Year – Travelscene American Express

2010 Cruise Agency of the Year – ICCA/CLIA

2010 Cruise Consultant of the Year Phil Smethurst – ICCA/CLIA

Bindoon - Chittering Tourist Centre

Just one hour's drive from Perth, the stunning Chittering Valley is fast emerging as a popular wine, food and sculpture trail.

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Just one hour's drive from Perth, the stunning Chittering Valley is fast emerging as a  popular wine,  food and sculpture trail.   The easily accessible trail takes you through the valley's tranquil rolling hills offering views of vines, orchards, pasture and bushland. Sample some of the many award winning wines along the way, choose a venue for lunch or take a picnic.  The trail begins in Bullsbrook and winds its way along Chittering Road ending at Jylland Vineyard near Gingin.

Stay overnight at a farmstay, bed & breakfast or chalet, there are many to choose from..

In Bindoon, the Brockman Centre houses the Bindoon Heritage Museum and the Bindoon Arts and Crafts centre.  There are wonderful displays of wildflowers in spring, culminating in the annual Chittering Wildflower Festival in September. The Bindoon Agricultural Show is held in October. You can even enjoy a tour of the working orchards and take home freshly picked fruit.

An important   landmark of the area is the co-educational Catholic Agricultural College Bindoon, ten kilometres north of Bindoon. East of the College lies the huge hardwood forest knows as Julimar, where tracts of wildflowers can  be seen. Visits to this area are by arrangement with the Chittering Visitor Centre.

Call in at our Visitor Centre in Bindoon for information on the wine & sculpture trail, accommodation, attractions, gifts, local produce and souvenirs, or phone us on
9576 1100 for friendly & helpful advice.

 

 

Blue Manna Boat Hire

View Mandurah's luxury canal side homes or cruise the scenic Peel Inlet and Murrah River. Cruise leisurely amoung the dolphins and birdlife or go fishing, crabbing, swimming and sightseeing.

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Blue Manna Boat Hire offers a fleet of well maintained self drive boats ready and waiting at our jetty, easily operated by any member of the family with our new 8 seater LARGE PONTOON BOAT now available.

"NO LICENSE OR EXPERIENCE NECESSARY"

Go SIGHTSEEING! Our wonderful dolphins are almost always out there to accompany you as you check out the vast array of birdlife. View Mandurah’s luxury canal homes or cruise the scenic Peel Inlet right down to the incredible man made Dawesville Cut. Take time to cruise all the way up the majestic Murray River. Perhaps tie up to the jetty for a cold drink and some lunch at one of the lovely riverside pubs , restaurants or deli’s.

Go FISHING! We have all the gear right here … Rod / reel combo’s for hire or sale, hand lines and a wide range of bait and tackle tailored for our local waters. For the serious fisherman please contact us about our “PUNT FISHING SPECIAL” Our punt is a ripper flat bottom “tinnie” ideal for getting into those good little “secret spots” Book a trip of 3 hours or more and your first hour and 2 packets of bait are absolutely FREE! Remember….Blue Manna Boat Hire operates all year round. Mandurah often enjoys a very mild winter with fine temperate days ideal for fishing and we offer further discounts and bonuses in the off season.

Go CRABBING! From December through to April the famous Mandurah Blue Manna crab population explodes creating the fun of catching them and delight of cooking them up as a summer delicacy. We supply crab nets and equipment FREE with your boat and stock plenty of crab bait of course.

Take the FAMILY PET! Please feel free ,why should they miss out.

So remember we have everything you need for your day out on the water with a great stock of ICE, BAIT, CRAB NETS, FISHING TACKLE (for hire or sale) and DRINKS. There’s also plenty of great tucker to take with you, available right here at the fabulous world class DOLPHIN QUAY MARINA.

Blue Manna's boats are ideal for fishing, crabbing, swimming, sightseeing or just leisurely cruising among the dolphins or birdlife .

All Boats are User Friendly.
Pensioner Discount is available.

Bridgetown - Greenbushes Visitor Centre

Welcome to the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes. Our beautiful region is the jewel in the crown of the South-West.

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Our beautiful region is the jewel in the crown of the South-West. Located literally in the centre of the South-West, you are close to forests and National Parks, wineries, heritage walks and trails, and some of the state’s most stunning heritage buildings. Bridgetown was recognised as a “Heritage Town” in 2000.

Broome Visitor And Information Centre

Where the sky meets the land, the desert meets the sea, where white sands, red rocks and cobalt blue waters come together; on a peninsula not more than 15km long, here rests the town of Broome.

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Welcome to Yawuru Land... a message from the Traditional Owners of Broome

Ngaji gurrjin marnja ngarr-ngu nyamba buru yawuru-any nilwal Rubibi ngarra-ngu gulbulan banugab-gungab- yanbangub – gularrgab

The Yawuru people, the Traditional Owners and Custodians, welcome you to Broome. A welcoming of people onto country is culturally important to Yawuru people to sustain Mabujunu Liyarn (Good Feeling) between both visitors and Traditional Owners. Our land is very ancient and covers vast areas from Wirkinmirre (WillieCreek) in the north: south through Minyirr (Broome) and east past Mangalagun (Crab Creek) and south to Warrawan (Barn Hill). We trust that you will all have a great time and enjoy the unique cultural diversity Broome has to offer. We further wish those visitors a safe journey in their future travels.  Garlia! (see you soon)

Broome - An Introduction

Where the sky meets the land, the desert meets the sea, where white sands, red rocks and cobalt blue waters come together; on a peninsula not more than 15km long, here rests the town of Broome. Often referred to as the southern gateway to the Kimberley, this tropical seaside town simply oozes charm and character. Yet it’s not just the spectacular setting, warm winter days and balmy summer nights that make Broome a ‘one of a kind’ holiday destination.

Originally founded in the late 1880’s as a pearling port, Broome boasts a multicultural population lured here by the promise of finding their fortunes. Koepanger, Malay, Chinese, Japanese, European and Aboriginal cultures have all blended to create a captivatingly welcoming and colourful personality that is the heart and soul of Broome. If you like to unwind, Broome is your ideal holiday destination. Stroll on the world famous CableBeach, home to an abundance of sea life, dotted with pindan cliffs, where the desert meets the ocean. Long renowned as one of the world’s best beaches CableBeach takes its name from the Submarine Telegraph Cable that was laid in 1889, connecting Broome to Java, and becoming the main form of communication between Broome and the rest of the world. Today, it is a popular location to relax in the sun, go for a swim, sail on a pearl lugger, go fishing or just watch the tide go out and enjoy a magnificent sunset.

Wander through Chinatown and enjoy the contradiction of Broome, where historical buildings stand side by side with the architecture of the modern world. Among the modern pearl and art galleries, the infrastructures of the past subtly remind you of a day gone by, where pearling masters were celebrated and pearl luggers lined the shores of RoebuckBay. If you take the time to explore, you’ll discover that Broome is rich in history and ethnic influence of the many cultures that have reached Broome’s shores. The architecture is not the only aspect of Broome influenced by cultural diversity. Why not treat your taste buds to the electric east meets west cuisine, or perhaps Italian is more your fare? Whether its just sitting back and watching the world go by in a sidewalk café, enjoying a handcrafted beer at the end of a busy day, or perhaps, sipping a cocktail whilst the sun sets, we’re sure you’ll find something to please your palate.

Whether this is your first trip to Broome or you are a seasoned visitor, give the staff at the Broome Visitor Centre a call. We will be happy to help you organise anything from car hire, to accommodation and tours throughout the Kimberley area. The Broome Visitor Centre offers a free booking service, so take the stress out of your stay and let us plan your holiday for you. It’s as easy as calling 08 9195 2200 or booking online 24/7.

Broome...let yourself go

Bunbury Visitor Centre

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Busselton Visitors Centre

A two hour drive south of Perth, lies the sheltered shores of Geographe Bay. Voted as one on the top 10 places in the world by Lonely Planet, the region is famed for its breathtaking natural beauty. Busselton Visitor’s Centre is a one stop shop for planning and booking your holiday to this region.

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Busselton Visitors Centre
For accommodation, tours and transport bookings and friendly local advice on the best things to see and do in the region, Busselton Visitors Centre provides a one stop shop.
The Centre offers:

  • An efficient booking service
  • Award winning Visitor Guide and Map
  • An impressive showcase of local products and souvenirs.

Staff
The Centre is staffed by professionally trained staff who provide local, on ground support for planning holidays. Staff provide tailored assistance and have up to date product knowledge. A visit to Busselton Visitors Centre takes the hassle out of travel planning. All aspects of a holiday are catered for from booking accommodation and tours to recommending new restaurants or attractions.

Free Travel Guide and Map
A free travel guide and map is available from the Visitor Centre. This publication won gold at the 2010 Tourism Awards and is important in assisting visitors to navigate their way around the region and to make the most of their holiday to the region.

Group Bookings
The Visitor Centre staff can also assist with group bookings, particularly for weddings, conferences and other events where there are a range of logistical factors that need to be considered.

Website www.geographebay.com
For those who can’t get to the Visitor Centre, the website offers services including an itinerary planner, interactive mapping, instantly confirmed accommodation and tour bookings (with some great last minute specials and hot deals on offer) as well as a comprehensive business directory of local businesses.

The Facilities
The Visitors Centre offers modern and comfortable facilities including free local newspapers, and other community information via a public noticeboard, free internet access to geographebay.com and an enticing retail section promoting local products and artworks. In addition, the Visitor Centres offers public toilets and telephones and has disabled access.
 

Cape Naturaliste Trail Tours

Discover the pristine natural beauty of Western Australia’s most visited National Park on a Nature Trail Tour. See the seasons in all their glory as you make your way along some of the South West's most spectacular coastline.

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Cape Naturaliste Trail Tours

Discover the pristine natural beauty of Western Australia’s most visited National Park on a Nature Trail Tour. See the seasons in all their glory as you make your way along some of the South West’s most spectacular coastline – the picturesque bays of the ‘Eagle Coast’ walk, the rugged cliffs along the ‘Cape to Cave’ track or the legendary surf breaks of the ‘Quenda Loop’.

Learn more about the fascinating geology of cliffs, caves, headlands and rock formations and an ever changing display of vegetation and wildflowers from your expert guide. Gain local insights into the best places to catch a wave, take a dip and spot whales (September to December).

Tours depart daily on demand with a minimum number of 4 to guarantee departure. Bookings essential a minimum of 48 hours in advance.

Prices
Cape to Cave Tour (Duration 6 hours): Adult $122.00, Child 10-16yrs $89.00
Eagle Coast Tour (Duration 3 hours): Adult $79.00, Child 10-16yrs $52.00
The Quenda Trail (Duration 3 hours): Adult $79.00, Child 10-16yrs $52.00


 

Carnarvon Visitor Centre

Carnarvon is commonly recognised for its banana plantations, tropical fruits, fine seafood and warm climate and situated in the heart of the Gascoyne Region on the doorstep of the Indian Ocean.

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Carnarvon is commonly recognised for its banana plantations, tropical fruits, fine seafood and warm climate and situated in the heart of the Gascoyne Region on the doorstep of the Indian Ocean.

Carnarvon's unique location, makes it a tropical oasis situated approximately 904km north of Perth on the west coast.

Christmas Island Tourism Association

Rising majestically from the tropical depths of the vast Indian Ocean, and surrounded by the azure waters of Asia's southern fringe lies a stunning Natural Wonder - Christmas Island !!

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Christmas Island - its name alone is intriguing and stirs interest.  Yet this tiny speck of land in the Indian Ocean is a truly fascintating praradise, inviting you to uncover its remarkable surprises of nature in a one-of-a-kind environment.

Venture to this awe-inspiring island for an unforgettable getaway.  Experience a rich biodiversity and a welcoming culture as you take time to escape the everyday, relax and immerse yourself in a breathtaking natural world.

Warm, crystal clear waters invite you to swim or snorkel at idyllic beaches among fish, or scuba dive and discover a colour explosion on the coral reef, and be mesmerised by the gentle, close-up beauty of the huge whalesharks which visit the Island.

Grow your sense of wonder as you are captivated by the spectacle of the Red Crab Migration - a glorious visual feast of colour sweeping across the landscape from forest to ocean in a rare, unstoppable natural wonder.

Meander through the dappled light of a lofty rainforest teeming with abundant life in its lush ecosystem, from tall, shady canopies above to delicate native orchids and ferns across the forest floor, and onto freshwater cascades.

Overhead, wonderful birds soar and drift - birds you'll not see anywhere else.  Whether they're wheeling across tropical skies or in their craggy homes, you can tick off sightings, marvel at their elegance and rarity and treat your ear to new calls.

So set your sights on Australia's Jewel of the Indian Ocean.  Along with your camera, pack your capacity for endless amazement, your willingness to be inspired and your infinite sense of wonder.

Welcome to Christmas Island - A Natural Wonder ...

Clydes Party Bus

Clydes Party Bus Perth does pub & club crawl, wine tour, bucks & hens party, school ball and a lot more. Call us to hire a bus for special occasion!

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Swan Valley Wine tours and Brewery tours are places where Clydes Party Bus can take you to taste local wine and beer!
We have been doing Swan Valley wine tours for more then 15 years and we have very good knowledge of all wineries, breweries and other producers such as Chocolate factory, Ice cream factory, Honey factory, Coffee factory and Nougat factory. Our knowledge of Swan Valley is second to none!
Get a quote now!
When requesting a quote please specify if you want Clydes Party Bus to organize testing and lunch for you or you can organize it yourself.

Coastal Adventure Tours

Coastal Adventure Tours is located in the Coral Bay shopping arcade and is your information specialist. We offer a large array of info on Coral Bay, the Ningaloo Reef, wildlife, tours and more!

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Join the crew aboard the Coral Breeze and sail the clear turquoise waters and snorkel the outer reef.

For the more adventurous jump on a Quad Trek and see the beautiful surrounds of Coral Bay. Or jump onboard Utopia for a Manta Ray interaction tour with our resident ‘Manta Ray Specialist’ Frazer.

Let our professional tour guides show you their spectacular back yard. You can book your tour online here, pop in and visit instore or phone the friendly tour consultants employed at Coastal Adventures Tours to organise all your holiday adventures.

Along with the recommended tour suggestions above our friendly staff can also organise Coral Viewing, Scuba Diving, Underwater Scooters, Whaleshark Snorkelling, Humpback Whale Watching, Scenic Flights and Fishing Charters or simply fill you in on local information.

Collie River Valley Visitor Centre

The Visitor Centre can provide extensive information on the region with maps, brochures, and a photographic display. We also have videos on local history, mining and power generation.

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Description

We provide:

* Free accommodation booking service and advice.
* Rail, coach and accommodation bookings Australia wide.
* Tour bookings.
* Collie tee shirts and souvenirs.
* Craft gallery.
* Large range of maps and guides.
* Complimentary storage of packs and parcels for Mundabiddi Cycle Trail users and * A register and notice board for those using the Mundabiddi Cycle Trail or walking the Bibbulmun Track.

Map:

To download a copy of the regional tourist map, please go to www.collie.wa.gov.au/visit/discovery_drives and download the Discover Collie Map.

We are open seven days a week.

Our opening times are:

Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Weekends and public holidays 10 a.m.- 3pm.

Closed Christmas and Boxing Day.

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