Seven Day Dolphin Tour of Monkey Mia, Pinnacles Desert, Kalbarri, Tree Top Walk and Margaret River from Perth

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Joel Fulleda
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From the vast forests of the south, to the dolphins of Monkey Mia in the north, this is a trip that shows you all the highlights of this part of Western Australia. Sample fine wines at Margaret River, walk through the treetops in the 'Valley of the Giants', admire the sandstone gorges of Kalbarri and the limestone spiers of the Pinnacles.

Highlights

  • Done in English

It's a wonderful seven-day guided tour combining some of Western Australia's great south-west icons, with three famous treasures from the north. Visit a region blessed with rugged mountain ranges, towering ancient forests, pristine coastline, quality wines and charming heritage.



Return to Perth before continuing north for the wild dolphins of Monkey Mia, Kalbarri Gorge and the mystical Pinnacles Desert. Include six nights of premium accommodation with private bathrooms. It's a spectacular tour that includes all the highlights in the southern half of Western Australia.

The strong points :

  • Stirling Ranges
  • Margaret River Wine Region
  • Pinnacles Desert
  • Valley of the Giants et Tree Top Walk
  • Dolphins at Monkey Mia and Shell Beach

Perth Airport Transfers (Return):
At the time of booking, you must specify your flight and hotel details in the "Special Requirements" field. Required information includes airline, flight number, city departure/arrival times, hotel name and address.

Detailed schedule

Starting point :
Tour departs from hotels located in Perth



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Le Perth Sightseeing Center


Departure time :

  • 08.00 p.m

Hotel pickup begins before this time, exact time will be advised upon reconfirmation.

Return details:
The tour ends in Perth around 19pm (if returning on a Sunday) or 00pm (if returning on a Thursday) on Day 18

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