Perth is well known for having the best beaches in the world with its Rolling hills and valleys, stunning scenery, wildflowers, walk trails, the famous Swan Valley Wine Region. Perth lies the historic wine region of the Swan Valley, well known worldwide for its award winning wines.
New Zealand is renowned for exceptional small production wineries, fresh mountain air and glacier fed streams. New Zealand has long been famed for its stunning, unspoiled landscape. Equal to the international acclaim for its beauty is that for its fine wines. Climate, geography and human skill have combined to produce highly distinctive, premium quality wines
Fremantle is the lively port city 30 minutes southwest of Perth in Western Australia, where the Swan River meets the Indian Ocean. Fremantle has something to offer visitors of all ages at any time of the year, it's always a wonderful backdrop to unforgettable memories, and a truly magical destination!
The region of Margaret River boasts several sophisticated small towns and numerous wineries with elegant food stops. It is an area of outstanding hospitality and beautiful country with rolling green hills and thick forests. There are many fantastic beaches from the world class surf beaches of Prevelly and Yallingup to the tranquil clear waters of Geographe Bay.
Stretch, relax and get ready for your adventure Down Under.
A picnic with Houghton & Perth Hill wine are perfect compliments to the day as you motor towards the prestigious Sandalford Estate for a wine tasting. Next up is the Water Edge Winery for another private tasting and delicious lunch while overlooking the Swan River.
Start at Kings Park botanical gardens, where you will experience a walk through the tree canopies on the Tree Top Walkway, continuing to Cottesloe Beach and concluding with historical Fremantle. On the way back to Perth, board a boat, cruising by the extravagant waterfront houses of Millionaires Row. A wine tasting on arriving back in Perth. Visit the past University of Western Australia with stops, where you can sample beer and ales.
It’s beach day at the quaint town of Margaret River including stops at Leeuwine State for wine pairing and Voyager Estate for a vineyard walk and tasting.
Margaret River is home to over 350 limestone caves, some open to the public. Visit through both Jewel and Mammoth caves other than one can opt for yachting, snorkeling or fishing activities.
Handcraft today tastes with winery choices including Evans and Tate, Cape Mentelle and Moss Wood Winery. Culinary shopping begins with the Margaret River Cheese Company for a cheese tasting, before heading to sample olive oils and other gourmet food products at Olio Bello. The Margaret River Chocolate Factory tour and tasting is a delightful confection.
Say goodbye to Australia and begin your journey to home.