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AU/PER/20PERFAM | 4 Night(s) Package

4 Nights Perth Family Fun *Homestay Experience*


Western Australia gives you many different worlds to choose from in one state. You could find your next holiday destination in Australia's sunniest capital city, beside one of the world's largest fringing reefs, in forests of ancient timber giants, on the whitest beaches, in wide-open desert landscapes, or in one of the last true widerness areas on Earth.

Inclusion

~ Choice of 3 nights accommodation in Perth city.
~ Arrival Perth Airport to homestay by private vehicle.
~ 1 night accommodation at selected homestay (1 hour) from Perth including Dinner and Breakfast (Exclusive stay - no other guests).
~ Transfer from homestay to Perth city by private vehicle.
* Full Day Explore Pinnacles, Yanchep National Park, Lobster Shack & Sanboarding including Fish & Chips Lunch (Dep: Tue,Thu, Sat).
* Full Day Penguins, Wildlife Cruise and Caversham Wildlife Park including Lunch (Dep: Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun)
~ Departure hotel to airport transfers by seat-in-coach (Operates 7am to 9pm daily EXCEPT 25Dec).
~ Option to extend stay.

*** HOTEL BONUS NIGHT PROMOTION ***
Stay 4 nights, Pay 3 nights - stay must be consecutive at the following hotels:-
* Ibis Perth with daily breakfast
* Mercure Perth with daily breakfast
* QT Perth with daily breakfast

*** SUGGESTED ITINERARY ***

DAY 1 - PERTH - HOMESTAY EXPERIENCE
On arrival, transfer by private vehicle to homestay. Your hosts today will be Brad & Anne’s and their home/farm is located just over an hour from Perth. With Brad and Anne as your hospitable hosts, you are welcomed as old friends. It makes it so easy to relax! Chill out and revitalise today. Home cook dinner is included tonite.

DAY 2 - PERTH
A quick morning walk around to feed domestic animals at the homestay. After breakfast, you have some free time at leisure before your private transfer sent you back to Perth for check in.

The afternoon is free at leisure to explore the city. Do check out Kings Park and Botanic Garden, one of the largest inner city parks in the world, is visited by over 6 million people each year. It showcases an outstanding collection of Western Australian flora and is a popular place for picnics, walks and cultural and ceremonial events. Kings Park's stunning location overlooks the Perth City and the silken blue waters of the Swan River. From high above, you can see the brilliantly coloured sails of boats on the river, the twinkling lights of the city, the distant Perth Hills and the endless blue skies for which Perth is so renowned.

DAY 3 - FULL DAY PENGUINS, WILDLIFE CRUISE AND CAVERSHAM WILDLIFE PARK (DEP: MON,WED,FRI,SUN)
Explore Penguin Island and see the Penguins being fed in the Discovery Centre, followed by a glass bottom boat ride. Enjoy your lunch overlooking the bay followed by a visit to Caversham Wildlife Park to see some iconic Aussie Wildlife. Penguin Island Ferry ride to Penguin Island to see the Penguins being fed in the Discovery Centre and explore the beautiful Island (During June to September the Penguin feeding takes place at Caversham Wildlife Park)* Glass Bottom Boat Explore the Ocean Floor around Penguin and Seal Island lookout for playful Seals and Dolphins.* Lunch at Pengo's Enjoy Lunch at Pengo's cafe on the mainland by the Shoalwater Marine Reserve.* Caversham Wildlife Park Feed Kangaroos, stroke Koalas, meet a Wombat and take a guided tour of the Wildlife Park Farm Show Enjoy the Farm Show at Caversham Wildlife Park where you will see Sheep shearing, Whip cracking, Cow milking, Lamb feeding, Billy swinging and watch sheepdogs mustering the sheep Chocolate Factory To finish off the day we have one more special treat, a visit to a Chocolate factory for free tastings.

DAY 4 - FULL DAY EXPLORE PINNACLES, YANCHEP NATIONAL PARK, LOBSTER SHACK & SANDBOARDING (DEP: TUE,THU,SAT)
This fun packed full day trip departs from Perth at 8.30am. The first stop is Yanchep National Park, where Explorers get to walk along the 240 metre Koala Boardwalk and get up close to Koalas sitting in the Eucalyptus Trees. Early in the morning you will often see the Western Grey Kangaroo grazing by the lake as an abundance of native birds perch in the woodland and wetlands. After an hour or so spent with these amazing Australian icons we jump back on the Explorer Bus and head north up the Indian Ocean Road to the small fishing town of Cervantes.

Once in Cervantes, visit the Lobster Shack to take a first-hand look at the region's multi-million dollar lobster industry. The tour starts with a video presentation to find out how the Rock Lobster is caught, before heading into the factory to walk directly above the 20 tonnes of live Rock Lobsters, housed in the Lobster Shack. The tour comes with an audio guide in many different languages including English, Mandarin, Japanese, French, Italian, German and Korean, as well as a version for kids. Following the tour, sit down to a fish and chips lunch at the Lobster Shack, which is included in the price of the tour. Alternatively, upgrade to a lobster lunch or prawn bucket.

DAY 5 - PERTH
Transfer by seat-in-coach back to Perth Airport

Additional Information / Supplement

(Subject to change without prior notice)
**HONEYMOONER PERKS** (Proof of marriage is required)
Not applicable
** OPTIONAL TOURS**

1) Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Busselton Jetty (MR)Departs Daily (Sep-Apr) or Mon,Tue, Thur, Fri & Sat (May-Aug)
We travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, known as the gateway to the Margaret River region we stop for morning tea (own expense) to view the iconic Busselton Jetty. This is the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere (please note there is not enough time at this stop to walk the full length of the jetty). Driving into the heart of the region we head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. Following lunch we continue south through the forest to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best award winning wines, whilst gaining industry insights on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the regions flora and fauna. Continuing south, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees we reach the most fascinating part of the region at Augusta. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans, a rare phenomenon to view the meeting of two oceans. Then we head north up to the township of Margaret River for a brief stop to stroll the main street. After a long but fantastic day we break at a restaurant en route for a light dinner (own expense) then it’s back to Perth, arriving approximately at 9:30pm.

2) Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers (seasonal) & Aboriginal Culture (WR)Departs Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun
Join us on a journey through Western Australia’s wheat belt to Hyden – home of Wave Rock, truly one of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms. Leaving Perth we head through the Perth Hills and escarpment and enter farming country. Heading east we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. From there we travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin; through outback farming country – giving a glimpse of Australian country life. We then stop briefly at the infamous Dog Cemetery; a shrine to Man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life. Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. We then break for an Aussie country style lunch at the Wildflower Shop. Then we move on to see the spectacular Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Whilst here visit either a Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection – even featuring lace from Lady Diana, or visit the amazing Toy Soldier museum. Leaving Wave Rock we visit The Humps and finally Mulka’s Cave. We return to Perth with a stop at a remote country town for afternoon tea (own expense) arriving approximately at 8:30pm.

3) 4WD Sand Dune/ Sand Boarding / Koalas / Pinnacles (P3)Departs Daily
After stopping at Caversham Wildlife Park in the Swan Valley to view koalas, wombats and hand feed the kangaroos, we travel along quiet back roads, to the lobster fishing town of Cervantes. Once here, enjoy a behind the scenes factory tour on the processing of Western Australia Rock Lobster, followed by our included fish and chips lunch, or why not upgrade to half a grilled lobster (at extra cost). Then it’s onwards to the mystical Pinnacle Desert for an easy paced walk through the fascinating landscape, giving you the opportunity to really embrace this amazing and mystical place. The highlight of the tour involves 4-wheel driving over the vast sand dunes of Lancelin in custom built vehicles unique to ADAMS Pinnacle Tours. This is followed by the thrilling experience of downhill sandboarding over these constantly moving dunes. Return to Perth down the Indian Ocean drive arriving at approximately 7:30pm.
NOTES: Please wear comfortable walking shoes; bring a hat and your camera. Tour is not suitable for pregnant women, people with back problems and infants. Sometimes due to soft sand dunes, delays may occur. The tour may operate in a 4WD and/or coach; however the adventure component will always operate in a 4WD. Wildflowers: Profusion of wildflowers are dependent on weather conditions, sightings cannot be guaranteed. Optional lobster lunch upgrade is at an additional cost. (Itinerary inclusions subject to change or omission at operator’s discretion)

4) New Norcia Benedictine History, Swan Valley & Seasonal Wildflowers including fish and chip lunch (NN)Departs Wed,Thu
Travelling through the Swan Valley we arrive at New Norcia, home to Australia’s only Benedictine Abbey. A little piece of Spain comes alive in this town, full of history, art and architecture. Hear the local history before viewing the chapel and museum artefacts gifted to the monastery by Popes and Royalty of Spain. Visit the famous Benedictine Community with a guided tour of the town and main sites including the museum and art gallery where you will find extraordinary artefacts dating back to when New Norcia was an Aboriginal mission. Next we move on to the Abbey Church; home to one of only two large Moser organs, originally crafted in Germany, followed by a visit to St Gertrude’s College, a grand gothic style building which was originally built as a girl’s boarding school and opened in 1908. We then visit a produce shop selling olive oil, fruit, wine, New Norcia nut cake and breads before enjoying a fish and chips lunch and local breads and olive oil at the historic New Norcia Hotel. Then we head on to the Western Wildflower Farm for a brief talk about how wildflowers are dried and exported. We continue on for an easy paced walk through the mystical Pinnacle Desert and see the Pinnacles from the look out over the park. If time permits make a visit to the Pinnacle Desert Discovery Centre. Return to Perth down the Indian Ocean drive arriving at approximately 7:30pm.
NOTES: Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and camera. Wildflowers: Profusion of wildflowers are dependent on weather conditions, sightings cannot be guaranteed.

5) Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk including picnic lunch (TT)Departs Tue
Travel through spectacular south west forests and lush farmland to reach the impressive Valley of the Giants with a walk through the canopy of towering old growth forest. Traveling south through Donnybrook’s famous apple and stone fruit orchards for morning tea, we continue passing the rolling farmlands of the Blackwood River Valley, then on through Western Australia’s old growth forest to climb the 51m tall Diamond Tree bush fire watch tower, before we stop for our included picnic lunch. Next it’s the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, a 600-metre long elevated walkway through the canopy reaching up to 40 metres. Next see the Ancient Empire of wide girthed Tingle Trees up to 10 metres in diameter. Visit Denmark before returning to Perth at approximately 10:30pm. Stop for dinner (own expense) at Kodja Place Visitor Centre featuring displays about traditional Noongar history of the area.

** PRICE PER PERSON IN SGD$ **
OPTIONAL DAY TOURSPRICE PER ADULT IN SGD$PRICE PER CHILD IN SGD$
Pinnacles, Koalas & Sand Boarding 4WD Adventure including gourmet picnic lunch200120
Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers with lunch200120
Margaret River, Busselton Jetty & Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse with lunch200120
Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk including lunch200120


Important Notes


~ Valid for travel to be completed by 30 Sep 20.
~ Minimum 3 consecutive night stay is required for all hotels.
~ High season surcharge may applies for stay during special event period.
~ Airfare is NOT included in this package.
~ Confirmation is subject to room and seats availability.
~ Amendment fee of S$50 applies per change once booking is confirmed.
~ Strict cancellation policy apply once booking is confirmed.
~ Price for child is valid when sharing with 2 adults using existing bedding.
~ Payment may be made in Singapore Dollars by cash, NETS, cheques or Visa/Mastercard only.
~ Due to fluctuation on currency exchange, prices are subject to change without prior notice.


Surcharges (Airlines / Hotels)


Above prices quoted exclude the following surcharges which will be collected upon confirmation of package.
~ Tours and Transfers are NOT applicable on 25Dec.

~ Hotel high season surcharge applies for stay on/between:-
* Ibis Perth: Weekday Surcharge (Mon-Thu) at S$25 per room per night.
* Mercure Perth: Weekday Surcharge (Mon-Thu) at S$30 per room per night.

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Choose your hotel room
Room Type
Hotel Rating
Adult(s)
Child

Passenger(s) Bedding and Room(s)

Remarks

Above prices quoted exclude the following surcharges which will be collected upon confirmation of package.
~ Tours and Transfers are NOT applicable on 25Dec.

~ Hotel high season surcharge applies for stay on/between:-
* Ibis Perth: Weekday Surcharge (Mon-Thu) at S$25 per room per night.
* Mercure Perth: Weekday Surcharge (Mon-Thu) at S$30 per room per night.
Room Type 4 Nights Perth Family Fun *Homestay Experience*
Adult (A) Child (C)
1A 2A 3A 4A 5A 1A1C 2A1C 2A2C 3A2C 4A1C
2020-04-01 ~ 2020-09-30
Ibis Perth 1240 870 835 - - 730 615 - - -
Pensione Hotel Perth 1215 870 845 - - 730 645 - - -
Mercure Perth 1285 895 865 - - 750 360 360 - -
Mantra on Hay 1340 925 860 760 595 780 585 455 360 360
Metro Hotel Perth 1350 930 875 850 - 785 625 625 - -
Comfort Inn and Suites Goodearth Perth 1340 940 815 770 595 800 420 455 360 360
Pan Pacific Perth 1420 965 915 - - 820 420 420 - -
Duxton Hotel Perth 1510 1005 840 755 - 865 360 360 - -
QT Perth 1530 1075 1120 - - 930 1065 - - -
Price per person in SGD$

Additional Information / Supplement

(Subject to change without prior notice)
**HONEYMOONER PERKS** (Proof of marriage is required)
Not applicable
** OPTIONAL TOURS**

1) Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Busselton Jetty (MR)Departs Daily (Sep-Apr) or Mon,Tue, Thur, Fri & Sat (May-Aug)
We travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, known as the gateway to the Margaret River region we stop for morning tea (own expense) to view the iconic Busselton Jetty. This is the longest timber jetty in the Southern Hemisphere (please note there is not enough time at this stop to walk the full length of the jetty). Driving into the heart of the region we head to one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for a gourmet platter lunch of local produce, with complimentary beer and cider tastings. Following lunch we continue south through the forest to an internationally renowned winery to taste some of their best award winning wines, whilst gaining industry insights on wine production with the opportunity to purchase. Next it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this gothic cave with vast chambers that reveal fascinating information on the regions flora and fauna. Continuing south, through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees we reach the most fascinating part of the region at Augusta. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, marvel at the dividing point between the Southern and Indian Oceans, a rare phenomenon to view the meeting of two oceans. Then we head north up to the township of Margaret River for a brief stop to stroll the main street. After a long but fantastic day we break at a restaurant en route for a light dinner (own expense) then it’s back to Perth, arriving approximately at 9:30pm.

2) Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers (seasonal) & Aboriginal Culture (WR)Departs Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun
Join us on a journey through Western Australia’s wheat belt to Hyden – home of Wave Rock, truly one of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms. Leaving Perth we head through the Perth Hills and escarpment and enter farming country. Heading east we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. From there we travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin; through outback farming country – giving a glimpse of Australian country life. We then stop briefly at the infamous Dog Cemetery; a shrine to Man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life. Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. We then break for an Aussie country style lunch at the Wildflower Shop. Then we move on to see the spectacular Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Whilst here visit either a Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection – even featuring lace from Lady Diana, or visit the amazing Toy Soldier museum. Leaving Wave Rock we visit The Humps and finally Mulka’s Cave. We return to Perth with a stop at a remote country town for afternoon tea (own expense) arriving approximately at 8:30pm.

3) 4WD Sand Dune/ Sand Boarding / Koalas / Pinnacles (P3)Departs Daily
After stopping at Caversham Wildlife Park in the Swan Valley to view koalas, wombats and hand feed the kangaroos, we travel along quiet back roads, to the lobster fishing town of Cervantes. Once here, enjoy a behind the scenes factory tour on the processing of Western Australia Rock Lobster, followed by our included fish and chips lunch, or why not upgrade to half a grilled lobster (at extra cost). Then it’s onwards to the mystical Pinnacle Desert for an easy paced walk through the fascinating landscape, giving you the opportunity to really embrace this amazing and mystical place. The highlight of the tour involves 4-wheel driving over the vast sand dunes of Lancelin in custom built vehicles unique to ADAMS Pinnacle Tours. This is followed by the thrilling experience of downhill sandboarding over these constantly moving dunes. Return to Perth down the Indian Ocean drive arriving at approximately 7:30pm.
NOTES: Please wear comfortable walking shoes; bring a hat and your camera. Tour is not suitable for pregnant women, people with back problems and infants. Sometimes due to soft sand dunes, delays may occur. The tour may operate in a 4WD and/or coach; however the adventure component will always operate in a 4WD. Wildflowers: Profusion of wildflowers are dependent on weather conditions, sightings cannot be guaranteed. Optional lobster lunch upgrade is at an additional cost. (Itinerary inclusions subject to change or omission at operator’s discretion)

4) New Norcia Benedictine History, Swan Valley & Seasonal Wildflowers including fish and chip lunch (NN)Departs Wed,Thu
Travelling through the Swan Valley we arrive at New Norcia, home to Australia’s only Benedictine Abbey. A little piece of Spain comes alive in this town, full of history, art and architecture. Hear the local history before viewing the chapel and museum artefacts gifted to the monastery by Popes and Royalty of Spain. Visit the famous Benedictine Community with a guided tour of the town and main sites including the museum and art gallery where you will find extraordinary artefacts dating back to when New Norcia was an Aboriginal mission. Next we move on to the Abbey Church; home to one of only two large Moser organs, originally crafted in Germany, followed by a visit to St Gertrude’s College, a grand gothic style building which was originally built as a girl’s boarding school and opened in 1908. We then visit a produce shop selling olive oil, fruit, wine, New Norcia nut cake and breads before enjoying a fish and chips lunch and local breads and olive oil at the historic New Norcia Hotel. Then we head on to the Western Wildflower Farm for a brief talk about how wildflowers are dried and exported. We continue on for an easy paced walk through the mystical Pinnacle Desert and see the Pinnacles from the look out over the park. If time permits make a visit to the Pinnacle Desert Discovery Centre. Return to Perth down the Indian Ocean drive arriving at approximately 7:30pm.
NOTES: Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a hat and camera. Wildflowers: Profusion of wildflowers are dependent on weather conditions, sightings cannot be guaranteed.

5) Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk including picnic lunch (TT)Departs Tue
Travel through spectacular south west forests and lush farmland to reach the impressive Valley of the Giants with a walk through the canopy of towering old growth forest. Traveling south through Donnybrook’s famous apple and stone fruit orchards for morning tea, we continue passing the rolling farmlands of the Blackwood River Valley, then on through Western Australia’s old growth forest to climb the 51m tall Diamond Tree bush fire watch tower, before we stop for our included picnic lunch. Next it’s the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, a 600-metre long elevated walkway through the canopy reaching up to 40 metres. Next see the Ancient Empire of wide girthed Tingle Trees up to 10 metres in diameter. Visit Denmark before returning to Perth at approximately 10:30pm. Stop for dinner (own expense) at Kodja Place Visitor Centre featuring displays about traditional Noongar history of the area.

** PRICE PER PERSON IN SGD$ **