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Private and Group Surfing Lessons at Scarborough
"When you arrive at Go Surf HQ located at the beautiful Brighton Beach in Scarborough you will be greeted by the professional and friendly team. Located at quieter end of Scarborough Beach means you will be avoiding crowded waters. All equipment including surfboards wetsuits and sunscreen are provided so all you need to bring is yourself and a pair of bathers and towel. Arrive early to enjoy a coffee or breakfast at the local cafes and restaurants in the area or take a walk along the pristine beach. Each gro tailored for those who are looking for a more intimate surfing experience wanting to learn more about surfing or advance at a faster pace. You will be surfing in no time at all with a professional Instructor spending every moment of the lesson teaching just you.There is also the opportunity to use technology to help improve your skills
From AUD68.00
 
Fremantle Lunch Cruise
"Enjoy wonderful views as you cruise the calm waters between Perth and Fremantle. Tea and coffee is served in the morning and a delicious buffet lunch of local seafood continental meats and salads.The perfect way to enjoy lunch on the Swan River!Sample menuHot SelectionTender Lamb Curry served with pilaf rice Baked vegetarian Lasagna Cold SelectionK"""Enjoy a relaxing cruise along the Swan River and enjoy a delicious buffet lunch of local seafood continental meats and salad. This is the perfect way to enjoy lunch and take in the views of Perth and her surrounds."title=Cruise+Highlights&1=3-hour+buffet+lunch+cruise+on+the+Swan+River&2=Enjoy+photo+opportunities+of+the+lovely+Perth+riverfront+and+historical+Fremantle+from+the+water&3=Listen+to+live+commentary&4=Tea+and+coffee+provided&5=Lunch+includes+seafood%2C+hot""
From AUD73.00
 
"Pinnacles Desert
"Pinnacles Desert Koalas and Sandboarding 4WD Day Tour from Perth""First stop of the day is a visit to Caversham Wildlife park. here you'll get the chance to pet a Koala get a photo with a Wombat and hand-feed Kangaroos. If you're lucky you might also spot an albino kangaroo and a peacock.After stopping at Caversham travel to the lobster fishing town of Cervantes. Take a self guided tour of a live lobster processing plant. See video presentation that gives you an insight into this marvellous industry. Follow on through to the factory overhead walkway where you s enjoy a picnic lunch at the Lobster Shack or upgrade you lunch to a lobster upgrade.Next head to the Nambung National Park
From AUD215.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in State of Western Australia

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Wave Rock

I was here 2013 with other vt members on a 5 day tag-along trip and was very excited to actually see Wave Rock,it is a fantastic formation and the colours are striking. I also walked the loop that...
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Gantheaume Point

When we went down to Gantheaume Point, the tour guide also told us to look for the dinosaur tracks in the rocks. The track led us to a cast of dinosaur footprints. The real dinosaur footprints...
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Boulder pioneer cemetery

Walking over the old cemetery and reading the inscriptions on the old, neglected graves brings us close to those early gold rush times. Many young guys died after accidents in gold mines, tombstones...
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Parks and Gardens

During the operation of the battery there were some 120 to 135 personnel employed within the complex. Men and women alike. After the war, the battery was used for normal army training. Most of the...
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Bird watching

A huge fig tree on the beach promenade, about 200 m west of the jetty, is home to a large flock of corellas. Follow the noise and you can't miss them. The corella is a medium size cockatoo of...
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Badgingarra Wildlife Walk

If you want to see a wide array of Wildflowers on an easy walking trail that has low flat land, swampland and woodland varieties, then you must visit Badgingarra wildflower walk. You even go 'beyond...
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New Norcia Hotel

Half an hour up the road is the cute little town New Norcia. New Norcia is full of amazing old buildings including a Monestry and Convent. The monks make a unique beer, Abby Ale. New Norcia Hotel...
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John Forrest road

John Forrest road begins or ends at Ravensthorpe and comes out near Hopetoun. The wide dirt/gravel road skirts the Fitzgerald River National park and was in good condition. We entered from Hopetoun...
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Cockatoos in Three Springs

At the Perenjori-Three Springs Road junction is a funny sight, a kid's push bike stuck in the tree. The bike wasn't the only interesting thing at this junction. In the tree were a bunch of loud...
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The Pinnacles

I have lived in Perth for 6 years and never visited this place until just recently. After the big vt meet in Perth - April 2007, a small group of us decided on the spur of the moment to jump in the...
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Beaches

unarguably, beach destination in freo is cottlesloe. but this is not the only place where you can swim and enjoy the weekend. you can jump to the blue water in several places nearby freo, such as: -...
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Lesuer National Park

Looking for things to do near Cervantes besides the famous Pinnacles and Stromatolites? Lesuer National Park is worth a visit. In Wildflower season, it comes alive with glorious colour, coupled with...
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Devonshire Tea

The Bindoon Bakery is a 'must do' when in the area. It is well worth driving off the beaten path to visit for a Devonshire Tea. Warning...... this place is popular so invariably it will be busy. ...
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Blackwall Reach

If you are feeling a bit more adventures Blackwall is amazing place for cliff jumping and rock climbing. There is one spot you will find the many people jumping off the twelve meter cliff into a deep...
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Top Things to Do in State of Western Australia

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Rottnest Island

Islands off Australia's main land have clear crystal blue waters unspoilt by pollution. The view is fantastic and a visit to one of those islands are, definitely, well worth it. Over at Fremantle's...
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Jewel Cave

Located at the entrance to Lake Cave is a very interesting and informative display called Caveworks and is ideal for those with a mobility disability who would otherwise be unable to enter and enjoy...
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Quokkas

When a Dutch expedition discovered the island in 1696, they spotted "a kind of big rats" that lived there in masses. After them they named it "RatteNest", which later became Rottnest. The "rats" are...
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Cable Beach

The bus driver took us by Cable Beach because he said this was one of the things about Broome that we MUST see (even though it wasn't on the tour). He told us it was named because this was where...
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Dolphin Discovery Centre

Koombana Bay is inhabited by many dolphins. The Dolphin Discovery Centre was opened in 1994 to give visitors an opportunity to see and interact with the wild dolphins of Koombana Bay. There is an...
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Miners' Hall of Fame

In the Miners' Hall of Fame, guided tours take you underground to a depth of 35 m into the original shafts and galleries. The guides are retired miners who report first-hand from their own experience....
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