• Wonnerup
  • Old Blythewood Gardens
  • Old Blythewood (back)
  • Busselton Jetty
  • Lake Clifton Thrombolites

Small Group Tour: Wonnerup and South West


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Join us on Saturday, 6 May 2017 for a fully guided small group tour by deluxe coach through W.A's beautiful South West.

Adult: $99 | Concession or Trust Member: $79
Saturday, 6 May 2017

Departs: Saturday 6 May
Departs: 7:30am | Returns: approx 6pm
Departs from, and returns to: The Old Observatory, 4 Havelock Street, West Perth.

Please arrive at the Old Observatory prior to 7.15am.
Guests must make their own way to departure point - parking is available free on site.

Tour Includes:
Travel (from departure location, return)
Complimentary Tea and Coffee at Old Blythewood
Complimentary packed Lunch
Admission to Old Blythewood and Wonnerup

Imagine a road which leads you through native bushland to the blue waters of Western Australia’s most spectacular beachfront. Enter a bygone era of country living and explore beautifully conserved heritage buildings, Old Blythewood and Wonnerup. Experience the magnificent splendour of old growth trees. When you've heard the stories of Wonnerup's first people, and first settlers, and visited Busselton Jetty, and the Lake CLifton Thrombolites, you will have experienced a most wonderful natural, Aboriginal, and historic heritage day tour! It’s a long day but we make no apologies, because it’s worth it.

Call us on 08 9321 6088 to book via phone.

  • Views of the Swan River
  • Visit famed Pinjarra Bakery for morning tea
  • Visit historic Old Blythewood
  • Tour Old Blythewood with a National Trust Guide
  • Travel through Steam Train Country (Murray) into the South West
  • Complimentary lunch included
  • Visit Wonnerup
  • Experience a traditional Noongar Welcome to Country
  • Explore the Noongar and Settler history of Wonnerup
  • Tour Wonnerup with a National Trust Guide
  • Follow the Ludlow Forest Scenic Drive
  • Superb photo opportunities
  • Walk along Busselton Jetty, extending 1.8 kilometres over the protected waters of Geographe Bay
  • Drive through Yalgorup Lakes National Park
  • Visit the Lake Clifton Thrombolites

(return Perth via Fwy at Mandurah) #NTWAfest

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