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The Best way to Enjoy in Western Australia

The Best way to experience Western Australia is to experience it like the locals: a barefoot luxury. Moreover you can find lots of information on cliché tourist attractions but here’s a list that you will enjoy much more during your stay in Western Australia.
The best way to experience Western Australia is through road trips, therfore you can hire campervan if all you want to do is enjoy the rawness of scenic Australia, and as well as stick to your budget. Additonally it’s worthwhile to know there are camp spots all over Western Australia, where you can park and set up your camp for the night or two, however, if you are in Western Australia to attend specific events or to break a business deal and not ready compromise on the Luxury you can hire chauffeured limousine services from www.vipchartervehicles.com.au

Where to stay in Perth?

Regardless where you plan to head in Western Australia, but often most likely you will end up in Perth to start your journey, or maybe spend a couple of nights in Perth, Perth has the best hospitality in Australia, and offer from Hostels to the newest 5 Star accommodation. If you are on a budget and want to stay somewhere in between then Lodestar Waterside Apartment Hotel can be your best choice like Shahedun says “why to settle for just a hotel room, when you can have an apartment for yourself”, especially when you are traveling as a family instead of getting two separate rooms you can just get an apartment for the same nightly rate and service, let Fariha and her team welcome you.

Things you can do in Perth?

While you are in Perth, do it like the locals and do things which you have never done before and things that will not dry your pocket,

Perth Water Bike Adventures:

Cycling ON Water is the game! It’s a safe, easy, and whole lot of FUN. Enjoy a unique feeling of FREEDOM, whilst rejuvenating your soul. One of the newest adventures in Western Australia and if you are lucky you’ll cycle with the Dolphins. Vicky and his son will guide you from Matilda bay enjoying the most exquisite views of Perth City and Kings Park, the famous Crawley Boat House, seeing it from a totally unique angle!
Rates: AUD 60/Person for an hour and AUD30/Person for 30 minutes, for group discounts and more information please visit www.perthwaterbikeadventures.com

Nauti Picnics Boat Hire:

TAKE TO THE SWAN RIVER AS A CAPTAIN; Explore Perth as the Captain of your own boat aboard Nauti Picnics. Accommodates 8 people, Picnic table in the middle and cushions for extra comfort, electric boat, and no experience needed! You can enjoy the time as like as you want.
Rates: AUD 270 – AUD 480, for more information visit www.nautipicnics.com.au

Visit Toodyay:

Just 80kms North East of Perth is a fantastic day trip for the whole family, Tranquillity, hospitality. In addition with amazing valley views make Toodyay the ideal place to stop over. Experience the unique environment that Toodyay has to offer with the Avon River, Bilya Walk Track, Duidgee Park, Pelham Reserve, and a number of conservation and nature reserves. During wildflower season these reserves become full with color and flower. This is a must-visit areas of the Avon Valley wildflower region. The time frame to visit this area is Aug-Nov. Here’s a list of things you can do in http://www.toodyay.com/Exploring-Toodyay/Toodyay-Bucket-List

Busselton Jetty:

Perth to Busselton Jetty is a 2 hour 30 minutes’ drive. This is a must-see when you visit Western Australia. You can enjoy a breathtaking 360-degree view in there. You will have an opportunity to walk 1.8km to the end of the historic Busselton Jetty. This will give you the opportunity to discover more than 300 marine species in their natural habitat. For more information on seasonal activities in Busselton Jetty check out www.busseltonjetty.com.au/seasonal-activities

Pemberton:

Besides the above places, you can visit to the southern beach, forest and valleys. The forests are amazing with numerous National Parks, wineries, avocado and truffle farms if you like. You must at least visit the Gloucester and Bicentennial Trees near Pemberton. If you have time take a tour through the unique Yeagarup sand dunes near Pemberton. Moreover access to these dunes and the beach nearby is by 4WD vehicle only via the Landlocked Yeagarup Dunes, old-growth Karri Forest through to the mouth of the Warren River where it meets the Southern Ocean. For more information visit www.pembertondiscoverytours.com.au

It is a lifetime experience over a very short time; Therefore bring the camera and take as many photos as you can.
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