Departure time: 07:30, Estimated end time: 1630
（Breakfast: self-paid, lunch: lobster lunch, Dinner: self-paid，Accommodation：Geraldton hotel）
The first stop is Lancelin Sand Dune, facing a vast expanse of fine white desert, sit on a Sand slide and slide down a steep slope for the thrill of speeding. You can try sand dune buggy tour to enjoy the thrill of speeding（ AUD $20.00 per person）.
11：00 The Pinnacles
Walk on the moonscape of the Pinnacles, feast on fresh lobster and surf giant sand dunes. Take a day trip from Perth to the other-worldly landscape of the Pinnacles Desert in Nambung National Park.
12：30 Lobster Lunch
The Lobster Shack provides a close-up encounter with the most valued single species fishery in Australia; the Western Rock Lobster. You can try fresh lobster meals including half lobster， salad and chips.
Monday/Wednesday/Saturday group: Have lobster meal in Lobster shack.
Tuesday/Thursday group: Have lobster meal in Cervantes restaurant.
15：30 Greenough and Alpaca Farm
Greenough is a charming country settlement notable for its pioneering history, restored heritage buildings, iconic leaning trees and the beautiful Greenough River. Greenough offers fantastic nature-based activities such as bushwalking and you can take pictures with alpacas in the Alpaca farm.
16:30 check in Hotel in Geraldton
Hotel：3 star hotels (International band) Refers to: Wintersun hotel or IBIS styles Geraldton
Departure time 7：00
Pick up from：Geraldton hotel
Back to Perth at 19：00
09：00 Nature’s Window （Kalbarri National Park）
Nature’s Window is one of Western Australia’s most iconic natural attractions, formed from layers of Tumblagooda Sandstone. To access the natural rock arch, follow the stairs, walk down a picturesque trail past lookout points and over the rock face to the rock formation, which perfectly frames the rugged upstream view of the Murchison River. It is an easy 1km walk (return) to the Window.
11：00 Red Bluff Coast
The dramatic coastal cliffs of Kalbarri’s Red Bluff offer amazing views over the ocean – perfect for whale watching. Towering 100 metres over the ocean below, Red Bluff is the ideal spot to see humpback whales which migrate along the Kalbarri coastline. You’ll be amazed by the landscape of Red Bluff – delicate threads of red rock look like tears frozen in time in formations believed to be 400 million years old. Named by Dutch explorer Willem de Vlamingh in 1697, the spectacular coastal cliffs extend 13 kilometres through Kalbarri National Park. As well as panoramic views, the area offers secluded beaches popular for swimming, snorkelling and lazing. (including lunch time,self paid).
12：30 Hutt Lagoon Pink Lake
Hutt Lagoon boasts a pink hue created by presence of carotenoid-producing algae Dunaliella salina, a source of ß-carotene, a food-colouring agent and source of vitamin A. Australians will know of Hutt Lagoon from various fashion shoots including Lancôme’s Life is Beautiful campaign and Myer’s Jennifer Hawkins Summer collection. Depending on the time of day, the season (time of year) and the amount of cloud cover, the lake changes through the spectrum of red to bubble-gum pink to a lilac purple.
14：00 Leaning Tree
When you’re cruising down the Brand Highway & North West Coastal Highway in Western Australia, you will find the famous and popular icons for travellers known as the “Leaning Trees”
The Leaning Trees of Greenough are without a doubt very intriguing to look at. The tree lean is due to the airborne salt content that is blown with the winds off the Indian Ocean.
15：30 Jurien Bay
Jurien Bay is a coastal town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, 220 kilometres north of Perth facing the Indian Ocean. Jurien Bay is Western Australia’s family favourite and fast emerging as popular short break destination. Jurien offers fantastic swimming, coffee, and great beaches.
Back to Perth through freeway.
Arrive in Perth at around 1900-1930.
The ferry departures at around 8：30am and we suggest you wait in the harbour half an hour before.
Rottnest Island suggestive itinerary
Just 19 km off the coast of Perth City, but an entire world away, lies the sunny holiday island of Rottnest, blessed with a casual atmosphere, picturesque scenery, dazzling marine life and some of the world’s finest beaches and pristine bays.
Rottnest Island earned its curious name when in 1696, Dutch explorer, William de Vlamingh, mistook the island’s unusual marsupial population for common rats and named it Rottnest – literally translating to ‘rats nest’. Today, having a photo taken alongside the ‘rats’ – known as Quokkas – is one of the main highlights for visitors to the island.
Things to do on Rottnest Island
Hire a bike and snorkel gear from Rottnest Island Pedal & Flipper
Swim and relax by the stunning waters – you have 63 beaches and 20 bays to choose from
Discover the underwater snorkel trails at Little Salmon Bay and Parker Point.
Learn about the island’s history at the Rottnest Island Museum, Lomas Cottage, Pilot Boat House, Vincent Way and Salt Store.
Encounter a variety of wildlife including birdlife, quokkas and dolphins.
Depart Time: 07:15am
Returns: Approximately 07.30pm
09.40 am Busselton Jetty & Train Ride
The Jetty is 1.841km long. It is the longest timber piled jetty in the southern hemisphere and is operated by a non-profit community organisation known as Busselton Jetty Inc. Proceeds from ticket sales contribute to jetty maintenance and conservation.
Please allow the red train brings you to the world of magic and enjoy the breeze. You will definitely love it!
13.00pm Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse
As the tallest lighthouse on mainland Australia, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is a must-see attractio. This historic lighthouse is situated just south of Augusta, at the tip of a spectacular peninsula – where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet – the most south-westerly point of Australia.
14.00pm Secret Beach
It is well known that Western Australia owns the most spectacular beach around Australia, even around the world. We will bring you to a secret beach where only the local can find it!
15.30pm Voyager Estate (or another winery with the same level)
In under fifty years, Margaret River has built an international reputation as a home of fine wine in Australia. It is a region that is more than capable of producing wines to match the world’s best, offering powerful, yet elegant, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc blends.
Voyager Estate invites you to immerse yourself in a journey from the vineyard to the table. Take your place at a private tasting that offers a fun and interactive way to learn more about wine, from how to identify aromas in wine to learning more about the famed Margaret River varietals; Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. (testing from $2.00/person, own expense).
Cowaramup is the most distinctive places of the Margaret river region. You can see many cow status along the streets. They are one of the best spots to take pictures. We will go to one of the most featured ice-cream shop (stay 15 mins) to taste the freshest ice-cream. (from $3.80, own expense)
Back to Perth Bell Tower
09:00am York Town
York Town, as the first inland town in Western Australia, is full of colonial style. York, one of the earliest colony in Western Australia, is surrounded by rolling countryside and pastures. So it still keep the charming of cultural site. There are some distinctive café and bakery you can choose for your lunch. (Stay 45 mins)
11:15 am Corrigin Town
You can enjoy the green wheat field all along the road and arrive the famous dog cemetery in Corrigin Town. There are over 300 brave and smart shepherds which are the best friends in the families. (Stay 15mins)
12:45 pm Wave Rock
You will arrive the 8th Wonder of the World —- Wave Rock at noon and appreciate the geological wonders thoroughly. You will come across a magnificent, prehistoric rock formation. You will marvel at the size(15-meter long and 110-meter height)and shape, eroded by the weather over millions of years. (stay 90 mins)
14:20pm Hippo’s Yawn
Hippo’s Yawn consists of an unusually shaped granite tor that was formerly part of the larger outcrop. This is the second most visited site in Hyden. Help yourselves to funny photos as many as you can.(stay 25 mins)
7:15pm Back to Perth
Full payment must be collected upon booking the tours. Additional 2% surcharge applies to all payments made with PayPal, MasterCard, Visa & Union Pay. 3.5% surcharge for Amex and Diners Club. The above prices includes coach tour, professional tour guide, GST, liability insurance and entrance fees as specified on the itinerary. Excludes personal expenses, tips and travel insurance. Extragreen Holidays accepts no responsibility for any loss, injury or death caused by accident, ignorance or negligence of any type whilst on tour or arising from the use of third party supplier’s services, such as delay, failure of machinery and inconvenience caused directly or indirectly by force or other events which is beyond our control. Purchasing a valid travel insurance is highly recommended. There is no refund or transfer for less than 7 days’ notice prior to departure. No refund will be given if passenger arrives late or no show at the departure point.
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