Close

More activities to explore

Perth Activities and Tours



Things to do in Perth

 

The  largest city in Western Australia and the fourth most populated in Australia, Perth is home to over two million people who get to make the most out of its natural beauty on a daily basis.

 

From Kings Park and the Botanic Gardens, to Yagan Square and Rottnest Island with the fluffy quokka; there’s much to see and explore on any of our Perth tours.

 

Despite being one of the most isolated cities on the planet, Perth is also one of the sunniest, receiving nine hours of sun per day on average, which makes the city the most sunny state capital in Australia.

 

With such ideal conditions, it makes perfect sense to seek the outdoors during your time in Perth, including this day tour of The Pinnacles; a set of ancient limestone formations located within Nambung National Park, just two hours north of Perth.

 

Travel to where the horizon touches the sky, for a star-studded, desert adventure in the midst of the incredible rock formations and experience an Indigenous-led tour, where you’ll learn about local Aboriginal culture, their spiritual connection with the land and how they use native plants for medicine.

 

Witness the sun sink beneath the Indian Ocean, before marveling at the glistening stars and Milky Way forming in front of your eyes.  An evening highlight is looking up and listening to the Dreamtime stories behind the stars and pointing out the different constellations making up Aboriginal astrology.

 

It’s an unforgettable Perth day tour perfect for ages four and up.

 

Another great family-friendly tour option includes the Swan River Kayak Tour. This amazing half-day kayak adventure includes a paddle up the river through spectacular wetlands and lush nature reserves on your way to the edge of the city, where you can enjoy incredible water-side panoramas of the region.

 

 Capture a glimpse of dolphins and birds of prey as you kayak through the tranquil waters and discover the fascinating history of this area as local guides share ancient legends and enthralling stories.

 

Fancy something a little more thrilling?

 

Discover Western Australia’s oldest inland town, York, and the nearby nature reserves from high in the sky during a tandem skydive from a height of 15,000 feet.

 

Operated by Perth tour company Skydive Perth, this four hour experience above Rockingham offers an incredible experience that will have you free falling over the stunning Western Australian coastline directly above Rockingham beach…you may even find some inspo for your next Perth  tour!

 

Unsure how to make the most of your time in Perth? Why not look at one of our Perth multi-day tours and activities for some inspo!

 

To experience the southwest of Australia to the fullest, join this 6 Day Secrets of Esperance tour - a remarkable journey that takes you to stunning places including the Stirling Ranges, Wave Rock and Ngilgi Cave.

 

Or, there’s this Perth to Exmouth 5 Day Tour which is currently one of our featured experiences.

 

Enjoy an outdoor adventure along the west coast and immerse yourself in nature and wildlife while getting to know one of Australia's most incredible areas.

 

Explore unspoilt beaches, brilliant turquoise waters, deep red sands and more across this truly unique part of Australia.

 

Learn to sandboard in Lancelin’s white dunes, take a walk in the Pinnacle Desert, visit Indian Ocean drive and Kalbarri and hike down the ‘z’ bend in Murchison Gorge.

 

Discover Shell Beach and Stromatolites in Shark Bay and meet the famous Monkey Mia dolphins before diving into a snorkel adventure on the Ningaloo Reef - it’s all you could want out of a Perth tour, and more.

 

Why wait to escape? Get booking and plan your next adventure out west now!

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Day Trips In Perth

 

How many days do you need for Perth?

Three days in Perth is short enough to be enjoyed over a long weekend, yet long enough for you to fully experience some of the region’s best tours and activities…especially if your itinerary includes tours that combine the sights, culture, and adventures of the city plus Western Australia’s coast. 

 

What is the best month to visit Perth?

The general consensus is that the months between the start of winter and end of spring (Jun-Nov) are the best time to visit Perth due to the balance of comfortably mild weather, the blooming wildflowers and typically clear skies.

 

What are the top attractions to visit in Perth?

Perth’s natural beauty is something that locals and tourists both revel in; so any of our Perth wildlife and wilderness tours and experiences are a must-do! From self-guided tours of ancient caves to snorkeling and forest adventures, there’s something beautiful around every corner here.

 

Which places provide the best tours in Perth  for kids and families?

The west coast of Australia is one of the best places to see whales during their migration south each year. With plenty ofPerth whale watching tours and adventuresavailable, it’s advised to book a spot now as these do sell out! Perfect for all ages, it’s safe to say this is a hit with the whole family.

 

Which experiences are best for multi-day tours in Perth ?

When it comes to Perth multi-day tours…where do we begin? No matter what you’re after - food, culture, nature or entertainment, there’s something for everyone on one of these Perth tour packages.

You might also like to explore these cities: