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Morning Tea Walking Tour of Perth
"Time of operation: 10.00am – 12.00pmStarting point: Perth Town Hall (corner Barrack and Hay St’s Perth 6000)End point: State Buildings (Corner Barrack St and St Georges Tce Perth 6000)Start your day in Perth with a morning tea walking tour. Enjoy a coffee or tea with a dash of history culture and arts. The tour will explore the Heritage Precinct of Perth the old theatre district as well as former educational precincts. Enjoy a complimentary coffee or tea at popular local café with your guide while you immerse yourself in the wonderfully re-purposed heritage building in a forgotten area of the city. Visit secret gardens discover hidden art and visit a fine art gallery while learning some of the more interesting anecdotes about the city At the conclusion of the tour your friendly guide will then escort you to one of the most significant and newly refurbished build
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Perth and Fremantle Bike Tours
"Swan Valley Wine TastingThis relatively short and easy tasting tour isn't just about wine. There are opportunities to taste some delicious cheeses chocolate sauces jams and the totally unbeatable Passion-fruit curd. Get off the busy main road through the valley and ride deserted back roads past the vines often full of grapes (and maybe try a grape or two). Perth City TourAn option that always surprises especially locals who think they know Perth. Perth has so many hidden jewels from amazing street art and quirky statues
From AUD75.00
 
Small-Group History of Fremantle Walking Tour
"Originally a fishing port Fremantle has reinvented itself over the years to become a vibrant hub for local artisans – from micro breweries to fashion designers to cafes all wrapped up in a lively music scene. Meet your guide at the Fremantle Visitors Centre and step back in time as you start your walking tour at the Town Hall which opened in 1887 and has remained largely unchanged. This magnificent building has not lost any of its grandeur and charm over the years and continues to be a great example of 19th-century architecture. Next wind your way down the narrow streets stopping for photo opportunities and a bit of storytelling from your guide and walk along the Cappuccino Strip
From AUD45.00

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KING BROWN SNAKES IN THE WHEATBELT OF W.A.

If you happen to be from overseas, then you may think on a hot day the Snakes will be out and about, this is not the case. Snakes do not like the heat of the day, instead preferring the early morning...
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HUTT RIVER PROVINCE

I decided to put this under a warning tip as I really think it isn't worth coming too. I guess most visitors that are not Australian, wouldn't know that we have a Principality located in Australia.It...
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DIRT ROADS

As Western Australia is a very large state, you will most probably come across some dirt roads on your travels, that is unless you stick to the major highways and major roads, even some of the minor...
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Redbacks

Redback spiders are found throughout Australia and they are very common in urban areas.RedbackS like living around humans and they build their webs in dry sheltered spots among rocks, in logs, shrubs,...
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Drop Bears

Everybody knows that there are many dangerous creatures in Oz, everyone’s heard of the spiders, the crocodiles and the snakes. Very few, however have heard of the drop-bears. These ferocious nocturnal...
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Snakes

There are quite a few different snakes to be found in Western Australia and most of them are venemous.Being shy creature they usually stay away from people, but some of them can be found where you...
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Snakes

Make sure you wear shoes in the bush and on rocky beaches. Some snakes are deadly. We were fishing in Tiger Snake territory when we came across this beautiful little python. If you don't know how to...
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Slow down, save lives...

Speed contributes to about 25 per cent of all fatal crashes in WA so the state police are ever vigilant to catch offenders.Multanova cameras are used all over the state and you run the risk of hefty...
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PERTH.. CYCLISTS WARNING!!

Cyclists should be advised that the City of Perth dose not allow cycling over the bridge spanning Claisebrook Cove in East Perth due to the risk of injury to pedestrians. Cyclists are advised to...
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Don't buy from Australia the Gift!!!

I was looking for Emu oil for my Grans and walked into "Australia the Gift" souvenier shop... And got rip off... I paid 38 AUD for a small bottle of Emu hot rub which I can get it for 22 AUD...
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Sea sick!

If you plan to go to Rottnest Island, do bring along some anti seasick tablets... just in case its a rough day at sea... It was a rainy and windy morning on the day I went to Rottnest and the sea was...
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Swim between flags

Australian beaches are beautiful but to ensure your day at the beach stays in a great memory some safety rules are to be followed.Always swim between the red/yellow flags.These flags indicate part of...
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Bush fire

Bush fires are natural part of WA's landscape.Many native trees need fire to germinate their seeds, but bush fires can often get out of control in extreme weather conditions, and they can spread to...
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Blue ringed octopus- beautiful and deadly

Now, before you decide never to come to Western Australia I have to say that blue ringed octopus is very rare and it is not commonly seen on Australian beaches.They live in shalow reefs and tide pools...
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Top Hotels in State of Western Australia

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97 Murray St, Perth, Western Australia, 6000, Australia
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Mews Road, Challenger Harbour, Fremantle, Western Australia, 6160, Australia
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Resort Drive, Gnarabup, PO Box 748, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia
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210 Egan St, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, 6430, Australia
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Corner Medcalf and Mermaid Avenue, Emu Point, Albany, Western Australia, 6330, Australia
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Kitson St, Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Australia
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Top Things to Do in State of Western Australia

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Kings Park

Kings Park should be on your definate 'must see' list! With stunning views over Perth, fascinating trees, gorgeous wildflowers, pretty waterfalls and ponds with ducks, variety of bird sounds, peaceful...
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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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The Round House

The Roundhouse is an interesting twelve-sided building which stands at the western end of High Street on Arthur Head, a high promontory overlooking Bathers Beach and the Indian Ocean. Bay whaling was...
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Don McKenzie waterfront gardens

Walking past the Clock Tower on Taylor street Jetty, we made our next stop the Don Mackenzie Waterfront gardens. These small gardens are in memory of Don Mackenzie, who arrived in Esperance in 1947. ...
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Tales of the Trail Western Ranch

Holidaying in the Southern Forests? Make your stay extra special and try a horse ride at Tales of the Trail. They have on offer a variety of exciting horse riding adventures into the fabulous forest....
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Torndirrup National Park

"The Gap" is, well, a gap in the granite rocks of the coastline. Even on quiet days the waves crash in. The view from the lookout high above the water is spectacular. For somebody from the northern...
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"THE MOST EXPENSIVE AUSTRALIAN STATE"
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"Keeweechic's Western Australia"
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"Western Australia - Australias largest state."
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"Look into my big blue skies and long, long beaches"
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"The Golden West"
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