Kuala Lumpur Perth

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Book now till 29 March 2020 | Travel from 17 Feb till 30 September 2020
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Book now till 29 March 2020
Travel from 17 Feb till 30 September 2020
Terms & Conditions apply
With 7 flights a week to Perth, it’s never been easier to go looking for some new experiences.

From Rottnest Island's natural wonders to gastronomical feasts in Margaret River, discover the endless extraordinary experiences Perth has to offer!

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THE PERTH-FECT ITINERARY

Yagan Square
It’s becoming one of Perth’s most vibrant meeting places, offering a central location to enjoy food, events and entertainment. The fresh food market showcasing a wide range of WA produce, a children’s playscape, native gardens, a water feature, interactive public art, a canopy offering spectacular lighting displays.
Twilight Hawker Markets
It’s Perth’s original and biggest Street Food Market, bringing the tastiest street food from around the globe to Perth
Corica Bakery
You’ve got to try the Apple Strudel from Corica Bakery. They are divine!
Rottnest Island
Head to BShed Fremantle and take the ferry to Rottnest Island. Selfie with the Quokka and segway around the island
Fremantle Markets
It’s Western Australia’s ultimate market experience for locals and tourists with over 100 years of experience. It’s not just a collection of exciting shops, stalls and entertainment. With everything from fresh local produce, interesting and unique foods, to indigenous independent products and live music, buskers and artists, it is a cultural experience rich in history and tradition. Available from Friday to Sunday!
Cicerello’s
Enjoy fish and chips overlooking the boats, together with freshly caught seafood including oysters, mussels, crabs and crayfish at the water's edge
Mandurah Cruise
Discover Mandurah’s picturesque, calm, inland waterways featuring Western Australia’s largest residential population of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins.
Busselton Jetty
Described as Australia’s greatest artificial reef, the Busselton Jetty is host to an awe inspiring “forest” of vividly-coloured tropical and sub-tropical marine life. More than 300 species of marine life have been recorded beneath the Busselton Jetty. The Busselton Jetty Underwater Observatory has become one of Western Australia’s most popular eco-tourism attractions.
Margaret River
Unwind at the scenic Margaret River. The region is known primarily for its wine but is also spectacular for its food, produce and natural beauty found in its towering forests, rugged coastlines, caves, sandy beaches and lush green pastures.
Amaze’n
Play mini golf and giant chess but don’t get lost in the giant maze at Amaze’n.
Wonky Windmill Farm & Eco Park
A perfect place to connect with nature and the countryside. With a variety of animals, relaxed cafe and orchards for fruit picking. It’s the ideal setting for a family outing.
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
Climb up Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, built 123m above sea level, to witness a vista of the Indian Ocean. Whales can even be spotted during the annual migratory periods, from September to December - a special experience not to be missed!
Margaret River Bakery
The small European inspired cafe/bakery is filled with toasty sourdough bread, lovingly made pastries, great coffee and hearty breakfasts.
Yahava KoffeeWorks
You can sample the wide variety of coffee and learn the processes for the perfect cup of coffee
Vasse Virgin Margaret River
Visitors can witness the creation process of Soap making, learn the benefits of natural products, experience the feel of olive oil skin care and its therapeutic benefits, sample a scrumptious gourmet food rage or join a DIY style workshop or masterclass
Swan Valley
Discover the rich fusion of award-winning wineries, fine food, fascinating history, amazing art and lively events set against the stunning scenery of Western Australia’s Swan Alley. It’s just a 25 minute drive from the Perth city centre.
Caversham Wildlife Park
See and touch native animals, including Australian koalas and kangaroos in their natural habitat, feed the kangaroos and experience the daily farm show, while enjoying the parkland and features of this well-renowned bushland area.
Elizabeth Quay
It’s the centrepiece of a bold plan to revitalise Perth and embrace one of Perth’s best natural assets - the Swan River. The pedestrian and cyclist bridge at the entrance to the inlet leads to an island featuring winding paths, the historic Florence Hummerston Kiosk, children’s playground and spectacular views back to the city.
Lancelin Sand Dunes
Lancelin town is bordered by endless snow-white sand dunes, perfect for sand boarders, dune buggy drivers, motor bikers and four-wheel drivers. The peaks of these sand dunes give a spectacular panoramic lookout. “Tips: hire sand boards and wax at “Have-A-Chat” General Store before going to the sand dunes
The Pinnacles Desert - Nambung National Park
Thousands of huge limestone pillars rise from a stark landscape of yellow sand to form one of Australia’s most intriguing landscapes.
Lobster Shack
Must go for a delicious crayfish lunch, it also offers factory tours, seal tours and deep sea fishing tours.

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