With our 4 Days 3 Nights Perth Free & Easy package, you can explore Perth by your own pace. This is one of our most popular travel packages. It includes three nights’ accommodation with three breakfasts, airport transfers between airport and hotel.
1 Dec 2019 – 31 Mar 2020
From AUD$434 based on twin share at 3 hotel
4 Days 3 Nights
- Airport Pick Up & Drop Off Service
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- Live commentary on board
- GST (Goods and Services Tax)
- Food & Drinks ( 3 Daily Breakfast & 1 Lunch )
- Any Private Expenses
- Gratuities ( Optional)
- Age of 2 to 12 years old below is considered as child or kid (Age is justified based on departure date), Child or kid has to travel with adult. 12 years old and above pays adult tour price.
- Company reserves the right to cancel tour if the weather is bad or other force majeure factors.
- Exact order of itinerary items may be subject to change as required
- Terms and conditions applied.
Things to bring
- We recommend you to bring sunglasses, sun hat, sunscreen, camera, water bottle, thin coat and rain gear, comfortable walking shoes.
How to join the group
- On departure date you will be picked up from hotel, please check the Pickup List as specified in details.
DAY 1 ARRIVED PERTH
Upon arrival, you will be transferred from the airport to your hotel on Seat-In-Coach (no meet and greet). You may use the rest of the day to explore the neighbourhood and central Perth.
DAY 2 FULL DAY SWAN VALLEY, WILDLIFE PARK, CHOCOLATE COMPANY, LOCAL WINERY, HONEY, PERTH CITY TOUR (PASS BY WACA, BELL TOWER, PERTH TOWN HALL AND ST GEORGES TERRACE) AND KINGS PARK – TREE TOP WALK
- Caversham Wildlife Park
Featuring over 200 species of animals in a walk-through environment this park is a must visit in Western Australia. Animals include friendly koalas, wombats and numerous kangaroos. Be fascinated by wildlife professionals who are dedicated to ensuring you have the best opportunity for animal interaction.
- The Margaret River Chocolate Company
The Margaret River Chocolate Company is a must go attraction for visitors to Western Australia. The company’s Swan Valley chocolate factory is the largest in WA and offers free chocolate tastings and viewing windows to see how the delicious chocolate products being made.
- Swan Valley Winery
The Swan Valley is WA’s oldest wine growing region. The wineries and scenery rival the regions to the south, without the necessity for a lengthy drive. Indulge in a wine tasting.
- Honey Place
A good opportunity to meet a bee-keeper and taste an extensive range of natural unheated liquid and creamed honeys and sparking honey water. Getting to know the life of bees by seeing a hive inside a glass cabinet.
The WACA is a sports stadium in Perth, WA. The stadium’s name derives from the initials of its owners and operators, the Western Australian Cricket Association. The WACA has been WA’s “home of cricket” since the early 1890s.
- Bell Tower
The Swan Bells are a set of 18 bells hanging in a specially built 82.5 metres (271 ft)-high copper and glass campanile in Perth, WA. The tower is commonly known as The Bell Tower or the Swan Bell Tower. The Bell Tower is located on Riverside Drive overlooking the picturesque Swan River is one of Perth’s most unique and must see tourist attractions.
- Perth Town Hall
The Perth Town Hall, situated on the corner of Hay and Barrack Streets, is the only convict-built town hall in Australia. It was designed in the Victorian Free Gothic style and was built by convicts and free men between 1867 and 1870. Its decorations contain a number of convict motifs, including windows in the shape of the broad arrow, and decorations in the shape of a hangman’s rope.
- St Georges Terrace
See the main street in the city of Perth. It runs parallel to the Swan River and forms the major arterial road through the central business district.
- Kings Park Botanic Gardens
Kings Park is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner city parks. It is a 4.06-square-kilometre (1.003-acre) park located on the western edge of the central business district in Perth, WA. The park is a mixture of grassed parkland, botanical gardens and natural bushland on Mount Eliza with two thirds of the grounds conserved as native bushland. With panoramic views of the Swan River and Darling Range, it is home to over 324 native plant varieties, 215 known indigenous fungi species and 80 bird species. It overlooks the city as well as Perth Water and Melville Water on the Swan River. Walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walkway.
DAY 3 HALF DAY FREMANTLE, MONUMENT HILLS, ROUNDHOUSE AND FREMANTLE MARKET & E-SHED MARKET
A tour to Fremantle, Australian’s major port city in WA, located at the mouth of the Swan River. Fremantle Harbour serves as the port of Perth, the state capital. Fremantle as the first area settled by the Swan River colonists n 1829. It was declared a city in 1929, and has a population of approximately 27,000.
- Monument Hills
The Fremantle War Memorial, located at Monument Hill in Fremantle, is surrounded by beautiful rose gardens and well maintained lawns. The memorial itself comprises a large obelisk, the Fallen Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial, surrounded by eight smaller memorials. It offers almost 360-degree viewers of Fremantle, and is an ideal vantage point to look out over Fremantle Harbour.
The Roundhouse is the oldest public building in the State of WA. It was built in late 1830 and opened in January 1831, just 18 months after settlement. The Roundhouse was used for colonial and indigenous prisoners until 1886. After it ceased being used as a gaol it became a Police Lock-up until the late 1890s and then was used a accommodation for the Water Police, and afterwards as a storage facility for Fremantle Ports. When threatened with demolition in the 1920s it was saved and later control went to the State Government before it was deeded to the City of Fremantle.
- Fremantle Market
The Fremantle Markets are a public market housed in the Victorian-era building built in 1897. The market was located on the corner of the South Terrace and Henderson Street, where it has been there for over 100 years. The markets house over 150 shops for exquisite products of all kinds including handicrafts, specialty foods, dining halls and fish and vegetable markets.
- E-Shed Market
E-Shed Markets is a weekend market located on Victoria Quay in the Fremantle Harbour in WA. It is housed in a historic timber building known as “E” Shed that was constructed in 1929 further up the quay and closer to the wharf. E-Shed Market house over 80 stalls selling an exquisite and diverse range of products including didgeridoos, furniture, local arts and crafts, fashion, jewellery, gems and opals, gifts, souvenirs and much more.
DAY 4 DEPART PERTH
Time to bid farewell to Perth, you will be transferred to Perth airport to catch your flight home.
The initial price based on 1 adult with the lowest price in low season