Seville Grove:

Population: 7,065 (2006 census)
Established: 1990s
Postcode: 6112
Area: 4.3 km (1.7 sq mi)
Location:
  • 30 km (19 mi) from Perth
  • 4 km (2 mi) from Armadale
  • Local Government Area: City of Armadale
    State District: Armadale
    Federal Division: Canning
    In and around Seville Grove:
    Champion Lakes Kelmscott Kelmscott
    Forrestdale Seville Grove Armadale
    Brookdale Brookdale Armadale

    Coordinates: 32°08?10?S 115°58?59?E? / ?32.136°S 115.983°E? / -32.136; 115.983

    Seville Grove is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Armadale.

    Seville Grove used to be part of Armadale proper but was renamed in 2002.

    It contains a public high school, Cecil Andrews Senior High, as well as a library, a Scout Hall and Swan TAFE's Equine Training Centre. It is served by buses from Armadale and Kelmscott and is close to Sherwood train station.

    Bungle Bungle Day Trip from Broome by Fixed-Wing Aircraft more_vert
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    Experience the best of what the West Kimberley has to offer in one day. So famous is Australia's Bungle Bungle range, they hardly need an introduction, but suffice to say there is no better way to see them.

    • Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the terminal prior to your departure.
    • Explore the sunburnt plains on your way to Halls Creek for a quick fuel stop.
    • Take the flight of your life over the magical world heritage listed Bungle Bungle for some amazing photo opportunities.
    • Once landed, join your guide for a tour of the spectacular Beehive Domes and a walk to Cathedral Gorge.
    • Walk to the spell binding amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch as you gaze in awe (3-kilometer walk will be involved. We recommend comfortable walking shoes and some degree of fitness).
    • Get a sneaky peak of Windjana gorge on way back into Broome.
     

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    9 Day Broome to Perth Adventure more_vert
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    Our tours are for the Adventure seeking travelers, we are West Adventure Tours, not West comfortable, predictable luxury tours. You can expect wild camping in swags under the stars with no bathroom facilities, however we do carry a portable toilet. We believe this does give you the experience of a lifetime in the Australian wilderness. As much as possible, we do camp in private locations for just our passengers to enjoy sitting around the campfire at the end of each night getting to know each other with nobody else around.

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Broome to De Gray River

    Pass By: 80 Mile Beach Caravan Park, Western Australia Australia
    Departing Broome nice and early we start our Adventure

    Today’s job is to get some distance under our belt to make the following days easy. We will stop at 80 Mile Beach for a refreshing swim in crystal blue water or to go for a stroll along the beach.

    This afternoon we take the back dirt roads and head out to the Pilbara region, take in the beautiful landscapes and scenery through this iron-ore mining area.

    Tonight we spend our first night bush camping in a remote and beautiful area by a river, get to know each other around the campfire and prepare for the next days ahead.

    Highlights
    ● 80 Mile Beach
    ● Drive through the Pilbara Region
    ● Camp: Private Wilderness Camp
    ● Activities: Swimming & camp; Hiking approx 3km


    Meals included:
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush camping

    Day 2: De Grey River to Karijini National Park

    Pass By: Banjima Drive Pilbara Region, Karijini National Park, Western Australia 6751 Australia
    We wake up with the birds singing and leave our campsite to continue driving through the Pilbara region to arrive in Marble Bar, known as the hottest town in Australia. After a visit in the very small town we continue our journey to get to the famous Karijini National Park.

    Spend the afternoon exploring Eastern Karijini, this includes hiking and swimming in Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool and Dales Gorge.

    Tonight we camp in the National Park

    Highlights
    ● Fortescue Falls
    ● Fern Pool
    ● Dales Gorge
    ● Join an optional Astronomy tour (own expense)
    ● Activities: Swimming, Hiking up to 6km


    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush camping in Karijini National Park

    Day 3: Karijini National Park

    Pass By: Banjima Drive Pilbara Region, Karijini National Park, Western Australia 6751 Australia
    On day 3 we normally head over the Karijini visitor centre and the Weano area where we find;
    ● Weano Gorge
    ● Hancock Gorge
    ● Knox Gorge
    ● Joffre Gorge
    There is so much to explore and some great hiking and swimming for the whole day. Tour
    participants also have the opportunity to join a canyoning tour (at own expense) enabling them to explore some of the areas restricted to rope access only.

    At the end of the day we return to camp for the night and cook up another feast.

    Highlights
    ● Knox Gorge
    ● Hancock Gorge
    ● Weano Gorge
    ● Joffre Gorge
    ● Camp: Bush Camp, National Park Facility
    ● Activities: Swimming & Hiking up to 10km


    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush camping in Karijini National Park

    Day 4: Karijini National Park to Exmouth

    Pass By: Yardie Creek Rd Cape Range National Park, Gascoyne Region, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707 Australia
    After an early morning hike at Hamersley Gorge, we say goodbye to the spectacular inland gorges of Karijini National Park and head for the Coast to Exmouth. Arriving here we stop at the Vlaming Head lighthouse to watch the sunset, then we head straight for our bush camp located amongst the Cape Range National Park.

    Highlights
    ● Hamersley Gorge
    ● Exmouth, Vlaming Head lighthouse
    ● Camp: Bush Camp
    ● Activities: Swimming & Hiking up to 3km


    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush camping

    Day 5: Exmouth

    Pass By: Cape Range National Park, Yardie Creek Road, Exmouth Exmouth Region, Western Australia 6707 Australia
    Spend Today exploring exmouth, You have the option to spend the day with your guide or book on a snorkelling/ diving tour on the Ningaloo Reef with the Whale Sharks. (in season/ own expense)

    Your guide will take you out to Turquoise Bay, which is voted one of the best beaches in Australia! Snorkel straight off the beach or enjoy some time relaxing on the beach. Exmouth also has some great hiking options, take a walk out in Yardie Creek.

    Highlights
    Exmouth
    Yardie Creek
    Turquoise Bay
    Camp: Bush Camp
    Activities: Swimming & Hiking up to 5km

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush camping

    Day 6: Coral Bay

    Pass By: Coral Bay Beach, Coral Bay, Western Australia 6701 Australia
    Today we visit Coral Bay, a beautiful small beach town on a Peninsula amongst part of the Ningaloo Reef.

    Today is free time for you to enjoy, relax, take a walk, swim in the beach, snorkel on the beach or join in on a snorkeling tour. Coral Bay is lucky to have Whale Shark tours, Mantaray tours and more! (own expense)

    Late afternoon everyone will re group together again and head to a camp spot for another night under the stars.

    Highlights
    Swimming in Coral Bay
    Optional Snorkel tours (own expense)
    Visit the shark nursery (seasonal)


    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush Camping

    Day 7: Coral Bay to Shark Bay

    Pass By: Denham-Hamelin Road Shark Bay area, Gascoyne Region, Denham, Western Australia 6537 Australia
    Today we are leaving the Ningaloo Reef behind as we continue south to our next destination, a world heritage area called Shark Bay. See why Shark Bay is so special by taking a visit to the impressive Stromatolites and learn why they are so important to us. Next, visit Shell beach, you guessed it, this is a beach made entirely of sea shells. Spend the afternoon swimming in the extra salty and clear salt waters.

    Tonight, we camp nearby the beach in a private area under the stars. Spend another night around the campfire and cook up a yummy dinner together.

    Highlights
    Stromatolites
    Shell Beach
    Shark Bay


    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush Camping

    Day 8: Shark Bay to Kalbarri National Park

    Pass By: Monkey Mia Reserve, 1 Monkey Mia Rd Shark Bay area, Gascoyne Region, Monkey Mia, Western Australia 6537 Australia
    This morning we will continue to explore Shark Bay peninsula by visiting Monkey Mia. Monkey Mia is a beautiful resort and home to the dolphins. Dolphins have been visiting here for over 50 years now and swim right up to the shore. Join a talk and dolphin experience show run by volunteers as they tell you about the dolphins and select some people to feed a fish to a dolphin. If lucky, you could be the chosen one!

    This afternoon, we continue down to Kalbarri and do some hiking in the National Park. Walk down to the famous postcard image of Nature’s Window. (You can't do Kalbarri without this one) We also hike the Z Bend down to the Murchison River, take a dip in the river if time allows.

    Tonight we will be camping in Kalbarri with views to the Indian Ocean.

    Highlights
    ● Monkey Mia
    ● Kalbarri National Park
    ● Murchison Gorge Z Bend
    ● Nature’s Window
    ● Activities: Hiking approx 4 - 6km

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Bush Camping

    Day 9: Kalbarri to Perth

    Pass By: The Pinnacles, Pinnacles Drive Nambung National Park, Cervantes, Western Australia 6511 Australia
    The beauty of bush camping is that we rise with the sun and get moving early. As we leave Kalbarri we will visit the Coastal Cliffs and pass by the beautiful pink lake. This afternoon, explore the Pinnacles Desert by visiting the visitor centre to see the displays and take a walk around the Desert. See just how large this area is and see If you can figure out how this was formed!

    Arriving back in Perth, we will drop you off at your city accommodation

    Highlights
    Kalbarri Coastal Cliffs
    Nambung National Park
    Pinnacles Desert
    Pink Lake
    Activities: Hiking up to 3km

    Meals included:
    • Breakfast
    • Lunch
    • Dinner
    Accommodation included: Drop off at your accommodation in Perth City

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    Gorgeous Gorges Fixed-Wing Scenic Flight and Ground Tour from Broome more_vert
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    Experience the best of what the west Kimberley has to offer in one day. You will encounter gorges, waterfalls, remote islands, ancient reef systems, a historic cattle station and oodles of sights and sounds throughout this spectacular wilderness.

    • Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the terminal prior to your departure.
    • Explore the breathtaking Windjana Gorge and take a look at the marine life forms fossilized within the limestone of the gorge walls.
    • Fly over the majestic King Leopold Ranges where the open Savannah woodlands cover the sun-burnt landscapes.
    • Take a short (1-kilometer) bush walk and enjoy a refreshing dip in the spectacular pool at Bell Gorge. This is an amazing opportunity to relax, explore the area or walk a little further to the base of the amazing Bell Gorge.
    • Landing at Mount Hart Station enjoy a deliciously prepared lunch whilst overlooking the historic outback station.
    • Experience the astonishing rapid tidal movement unique to this region at the Horizontal Waterfalls.
    • Marvel at the Thousand Islands that make up the Buccaneer Archipelago.
    • Land at Cape Leveque and enjoy a wonderful afternoon tea.
    • Admire the stunning red cliffs, relax by the beach or take a swim in the cool turquoise water of the Indian ocean.
    • Return to Broome via the coast flying over Pender Bay, Beagle Bay, Carnot Bay, James Price Point, Willie Creek and Cable Beach.

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    Bungle Bungle Scenic Flight, Domes & Cathedral Gorge Walk, 30min Helicopter Ride more_vert
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    Experience Purnululu by air and then by ground to appreciate the vast, rugged beauty of this World Heritage-Listed National Park. Your scenic flight will take you over Lake Argyle and the Bungle Bungle Range where you will land. Your flight will be met by a guide who will take you by 4WD to the Bungle Bungle Range. You will then embark on a moderate 3km walk which takes in Piccaninny Creek, the beehive shaped sandstone domes and Cathedral Gorge. You are provided with a small cooler bag to carry your tasty picnic lunch in the shade of the gorge. You can add an optional 30 minute helicopter ride to this tour at additional costs. Your flight home flies over the fascinating Argyle Diamond Mine where rare pink diamonds are mined.

    You will be collected from your accommodation in our courtesy bus.
    Your check in will take place in the exclusive air conditioned Aviair terminal. Here you are able to help yourself to cold bottled water and lollies. Your pilot will then come out and brief you about your tour and what to expect.
    Your flight will take place in a 14 seater, air conditioned Cessna Grand Caravan. You will be enthralled at the full expanse of Lake Argyle, the Ord Top Dam wall, Lake Kununurra and the Ord Irrigation Area with a spectacular scenic flight View the Carr Boyd and Osmand Ranges, the Ord River and Bow River from the air. You will then experience spectacular aerial views of the Bungle Bungle in the Purnululu National Park. Throughout your flight you will enjoy a personalised commentary from your pilot through our PA system.
    The plane will land at a remote unsealed airstrip in the Purnululu National Park.
    You will be met at the airstrip by your tour guide, board the air-conditioned 4WD for your short drive to the start of the walk.
    Enjoy a moderate 3km walk which takes in Piccaninny Creek, the beehive shaped sandstone domes and the jaw dropping Cathedral Gorge. You are provided with your lunch in a cooler bag to be carried on the walk which you get to enjoy in the shade of Cathedral Gorge. Throughout your walk your guide will point out local wildlife and flora and fauna.
    Your guide will take you back to the air strip where if you have chosen to add a 30 minute helicopter ride you will embark on this exhilarating flight. The helicopter may have it's doors removed for enhanced visibility.
    This full day tour concludes with a flight over the Argyle Diamond mine where rare pink diamonds are mined and then land back in Kununurra.
    You will be taken back to your accommodation after the tour.

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    Buccaneer Archipelago Air Tour from Broome Including Cape Leveque more_vert
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    Experience the best of what the West Kimberley has to offer in one day. You will encounter gorges, waterfalls, remote islands, ancient reef systems, a historic cattle station and oodles of sights and sounds throughout this spectacular wilderness.

    • View the ancient Kimbolton Ranges and the majestic Fitzroy River.
    • Experience the astonishing rapid tidal movement unique to this region at the Horizontal Waterfalls*.
    • Marvel at the Thousand Islands that make up the Buccaneer Archipelago.
    • Get an aerial view of Australia’s oldest family owned and operated pearl farm at Cygnet Bay.
    • Land at Cape Leveque and enjoy a wonderful breakfast or lunch.
    • Admire the stunning red cliffs, relax by the beach or take a swim in the cool turquoise water of the Indian ocean.
    • Return to Broome via the coast flying over Pender Bay, Beagle Bay, Carnot Bay, James Price Point, Willie Creek and Cable Beach.

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    Swim with Whale Sharks Adventure Day from Exmouth more_vert
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    Dreaming of swimming with the world’s largest living fish in the turquoise waters of Ningaloo Reef? Live Ningaloo are the specialists in bespoke boat tours, perfect for an up-close encounter with a majestic Whale Shark. Our mission is to give you the best possible experience of our world-famous Ningaloo marine park. Our authentic Ningaloo boat tours from Exmouth have a 
    maximum of ten guests, giving you the most personalised tour experience. The Ningaloo Reef is a biodiversity hotspot, rich in aquatic life. You never know what you’ll find from one day to the next. We’ll tailor your excursion to create an intimate, once-in-a-lifetime experience you’ll treasure.

    When can you swim with Whale Sharks?
    We lead guided small group tours offering the chance to swim with the Whale Sharks through April to July, when you have the best chance of seeing a Whale Shark up close. Between March and August each year, Whale Sharks journey to the Ningaloo Reef to feed on plankton attracted by the mass spawning of coral. The clear waters and visibility of the North West make for perfect conditions to swim with a Whale Shark as they cruise just below the surface, allowing you the opportunity to snorkel alongside them.
    Why choose our Whale Shark Tours?
    If you are wondering which Whale Shark experience to select on the Ningaloo Reef, the difference between us and everyone else is numbers. Our focus at Live Ningaloo is on offering small group tours, to allow the greatest amount of interaction between you and the Whale Sharks.  We host a maximum of 10 guests on each Whale Shark swimming adventure, giving you the most intimate and bespoke tour experience, the greatest flexibility, and the most time in the water. You’ll be able to interact closely with these beautiful creatures as you snorkel and swim beside them in the warm, clear waters of the Indian Ocean.  The Ningaloo Reef is home to abundant sea life and you may also spot dugongs, turtles, Humpback Whales, blue whales, minke whales, orcas, dolphins, manta rays, stunning tropical fish and many types of coral on your adventure.
    Who are our Bespoke Whale Shark Tours suitable for?
    Although huge, with adults measuring between 12 to 18 metres long, Whale Sharks are completely harmless.  Our Whale Shark swimming tours are suited to a range of ages and swimming abilities and we accept confident swimmers from 10 years of age. You do not need to be able to SCUBA dive to swim with Whale Sharks, as they swim close to the surface. Swimmers should be able to snorkel, swim freestyle and cope with currents and swell in the open ocean, and we can also provide flotation devices to assist those who require. We may accept younger children who are very competent swimmers to swim with Whale Sharks and can also cater to some special needs and movement restrictions – please contact us to discuss.  Passengers can also participate in our tours as an ‘observer’. Please note that one parent must accompany children on board the boat at all times.
    Where can I join this tour?
    Our luxury vessel, Wave Rider, departs from Tantabiddi Boat Ramp just north of the Cape Range National Park entrance in Exmouth. Complimentary transfers are provided to and from Exmouth township for your tour. Advance Bookings for all tours are essential. Due to the small, intimate scale of our tours with a maximum of 10 places, we recommend booking several months in advance to avoid disappointment particularly during peak periods including Easter Holidays, April, and July.

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    Swim with Humpback Whales Adventure Day from Exmouth more_vert
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    New! – Swim with Humpback Whales Adventures
    The chance to swim with Humpback Whales is an opportunity that has only been offered in Western Australia since 2016 when selected operators were granted licences on a preliminary trial. On our bespoke small group tour, you’ll be able to interact closely with magnificent Humpbacks, the acrobats of the ocean. We will escort groups of five at a time to snorkel and swim within a safe distance of them.
    The whales are easy to spot as they exhibit behaviours such as breaching, slapping the water with their tales (flukes) and fins, and blowing streams of water up to 6 metres in the air. The licences to offer Humpback Whale swimming experiences were extended to selected operators in 2017 and again in 2018, allowing us to offer you an intimate swim with Humpback Whales experience once again this year. We are currently taking bookings for 2018.

    When can you swim with Humpback Whales?
    Each year, Humpback Whales begin their epic migration northwards from the cold waters of Antarctica, to the tropical waters of Broome, Western Australia. Their migration is one of the longest of any mammal in the world at approximately 6,700km long, and lasts for up to 8 months. The Exmouth Gulf, where all life on Ningaloo Reef starts, provides an important transition area for the whales, measuring up to 18m long and weighing as much as 40 tonnes, and offers one of the best chances to see them up close.
    We will be offering our Humpback Whale Swimming Tours as part of a limited trial from 1 August to 31 October 2018, when thousands of Humpbacks are expected to again pass through the Ningaloo Marine Park. 
    From being an endangered species, conservation efforts are estimated to have boosted the migrating population of Humpbacks to around 30,000, resulting in the species being delisted as endangered – great news for the whales and for those who are passionate about wildlife. 
    Why choose our Humpback Whale swimming tours?
    Live Ningaloo are the specialists in bespoke boat tours of beautiful Ningaloo reef. Our mission is to give you the best possible experience of our world-famous Ningaloo marine park. If you’ve been dreaming of an up-close encounter swimming beside a giant Humpback, join us. Our authentic Ningaloo boat tours from Exmouth have a maximum of ten guests, giving you the most personalised tour experience. The Ningaloo Reef is a biodiversity hotspot, rich in aquatic life. You never know what you’ll find from one day to the next. We’ll tailor your excursion to create an intimate, once-in-a-lifetime experience you’ll treasure.
    On our tour, you’ll be able to interact closely with magnificent Humpbacks, the acrobats of the ocean. We will escort groups of five at a time to snorkel and swim within a safe distance of them. The whales, measuring up to 18m long and weighs as much as 40 tonnes, and are easy to spot as they exhibit behaviours such as breaching, slapping the water with their tales (flukes) and fins, and blowing streams of water up to 6 metres in the air.
    The Ningaloo Reef is home to abundant sea life and you may also spot dugongs, turtles, Whale Sharks, blue whales, minke whales, orcas, dolphins, manta rays, stunning tropical fish and many types of coral on your adventure.
    Please note: we are currently taking bookings for the 2018 Swim with Humpback Whale Adventure Day Tours only. Bookings for future years must await trial extension confirmation. 

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    Scenic Air Tour of the Bungle Bungle Range and Lake Argyle from Kununurra more_vert
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    Join us for a scenic flight over the Bungle Bungle range one of Australia’s greatest wonders. From the comfort of an air conditioned aircraft you can enjoy the world famous Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park, recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site. You will also have the opportunity to see the expanse of the inland sea that makes Lake Argyle and the Argyle Diamond Mine.

    Your courtesy transfer to our air conditioned terminal will commence 45 minutes prior to departure.
    You will receive a Bungle Bungle handout and a briefing from your pilot in the terminal where you can also collect your complimentary bottle of water and lollies.
    Your flight will see you flying out over Lake Kununurra, over the Ord Irrigation scheme and then down to Lake Argyle and the Ord Top Dam Wall. Be enthralled with the full expanse of Lake Argyle. Continue down to the Bungle Bungle Range where you will be amazed by the beehive domes which make up the Purnululu National Park. You will have 20 minutes to experience the aerial views and really appreciate the spectacular scenery.
    On your way back to Kununurra you will overfly the fascinating Argyle Diamond mine where rare pink diamonds are mined.
    Throughout your 2 hour tour your pilot will offer personalized commentary though our PA system. This tour is a must for anyone visiting Kununurra because the departure times can accommodate any schedule.
    On return to Kununurra you will be dropped back off at your accommodation.

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    Abrolhos Islands Shipwreck Air and Land Tour from Geraldton more_vert
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    This full day air and land tour of the Abrolhos Islands departs from Geraldton Airport at 9am daily and returns by 3.15pm. You will have the opportunity to go snorkeling over the stunning coral in Turtle Bay, take a guided nature walk around the Island, which includes bird watching and wallabi spotting and enjoy magnificent aerial views from your fixed-wing aircraft.

    Before your departure, meet your pilot who will give you a talk on the Abrolhos Islands including the history and information on the fishing industry as it is today.
    Depart Geraldton just after 9am, overflying the beautiful city and track for an extended scenic overfly of the three main groups of the Abrolhos Islands - The Pelseart, Easter and Wallabi groups.
    En route your pilots will point out the pearl farms, the historic church on Basile Island, the brightly colored fisherman's camps, marine life including sharks, manta rays, dolphins and migratory whales(in season) and some of the shipwrecks - The Zeewijk(1727) and the famous Batavia (1629). You will also overfly Webbie Hayes' fort, the oldest European building in Australia.
    After landing at East Wallabi Island it's a short stroll to the picturesque Turtle Bay where you will have morning tea. Your pilot will then take you snorkeling; this environmental measure ensures that you see the best of the marine life and coral reefs but also safeguards the fragile seagrasses and coral.
    After enjoying lunch you will be taken on a guided nature walk with bird watching and wallaby spotting. Your pilot guide will ensure you see all the points of interest including the osprey's nest, sea eagle's nest and the feeding platform, lizards, crabs and spiders.
    Returning to the beach there is time for another swim or beach combing or just relaxing before heading back to the fixed-wing aircraft.
    On departure you will see Long Island (where the Batavia Mutineers were hanged), Beacon Island where many of the mutineers' victims were buried and the Batavia wreck site overflying the Geelvink channel before returning to Geraldton.

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    Ningaloo Reef Whale Shark Snorkeling Adventure from Exmouth more_vert
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    Swim with Whale Sharks on Ningaloo Reef and be mesmerized by these gentle giants as they make their way along Australia’s West Coast during their annual migration from March/ April to August. You’ll cruise comfortably aboard one of the biggest boats operating from Exmouth on the Ningaloo Reef and the friendly and experienced skipper and crew are always on hand to assist and enhance your Whale Shark swim. If you don’t want to swim with Whale Sharks, choose the observer option – you will still be able to swim amongst the beautiful coral and marine life of Ningaloo Reef.

    Your whale shark adventure begins at approximately 7.30am with pickup from your accommodation in Exmouth by air-conditioned bus. Travel by road for approximately 30-minutes to to Tantabiddi Boat Ramp where your boat and crew await.
    By 9am you'll be snorkeling on the beautiful Ningaloo Reef. A spotter plane begins looking for whale sharks and once spotted, your whale shark experience begins with the opportunity of swimming with the gentle giants of the Ningaloo Reef.
    Morning tea, afternoon tea and a full buffet lunch are included, as well as refreshments throughout the day. The tour ends with a few more swims on the Ningaloo Reef, before heading back to your accommodation at approximately 4pm. Snorkel gear, wetsuit and floating noodles (as required) are all included in the price.
    For those who do not want to swim with whale sharks, please select the observer option at the time of booking. You will still have the opportunity to snorkel amongst the other amazing marine life on Ningaloo Reef.

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    Pinnacles Day Trip from Perth Including Yanchep National Park more_vert
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    Discover the exquisite beauty of the Pinnacles on this 10.5-hour tour from Perth, and see for yourself why these ancient limestone pillars are a favorite destination for photographers. You'll also visit Yanchep National Park and see Crystal Cave with a park ranger guide. A morning snack and lunch are included.

    Your day trip starts as you depart Perth, traveling along Indian Ocean Drive toward the coastal town of Cervantes, 125 miles (200 km) north of the city.
    The limestone rock formations in Nambung National Park known as the Pinnacles reach as tall as 16 feet (5 meters) and are randomly scattered in this vast area of rippled sand dunes. They were formed 25,000 to 35,000 years ago after the sea receded, leaving behind deposits of shells. As time passed, the wind removed the remaining sand, leaving the pillars that stand today. Enjoy plenty of photo ops of this otherworldly landscape before continuing your tour to Yanchep National Park.
    At Yanchep, you can walk around the gardens and lake, and look for the many kangaroos that wander freely around the park. You can also spot koalas in the trees as you walk along the boardwalk in the koala enclosure. With a park ranger, take an informative guided tour of Crystal Cave.
    Your day trip ends with return to Perth for drop-off.

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    Swim with wild dolphins in the sheltered bays and islands off Rockingham, only 40-minutes by road from Perth.This is a unique opportunity to interact with the dolphins in their natural environment. Over the course of 20 years, the crew has befriended over 200 local dolphins, and this familiarity makes for an incredible day interacting with these amazing, intelligent creatures.

    Your day begins with a coach transfer from Perth. On arrival to Rockingham, you'll board the custom-made dolphin swim vessel complete with a large rear platform, making access to the water very easy.
    After your crew has located a pod, you’ll gear up with wetsuits, masks and snorkels (all equipment is included) and then dive into the fun, as you are quickly surrounded by excited whistles and splashes as the dolphins arrive to play. While many resorts provide opportunities to swim with dolphins, the crew’s rapport with these precocious marine mammals has created one of the best swim-with-dolphins excursions in Australia. Better still, Rockingham is a brief, 40-minute drive from Perth, making it an easy day trip.
    Following your swim, you’ll be treated to refreshments back on the boat before your return journey back to Perth.

    • $205.00
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    • flight_takeoff Rockingham
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