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By Zahra Al-Kateb | August 27 2014
From private air tours to luxury outback experiences, Western Australia offers unforgettable experiences to travelers who are seeking adventure and luxury.
Walk into Luxury will offer visitors a new option to the Margaret River wine region offering an extraordinary experience on the Cape to Cape track with all the amenities.
Walk into Luxury is more than just a walk-the all-inclusive packages are complete with post-walk massages, exclusive food and wine experiences, luxury accommodations at award-winning resorts, and a host of other upscale embellishments. Voted as one of Australia’s top ten tracks, the Cape to Cape track is a spectacular and varied section of coastline featuring pristine beaches, limestone cliffs, coastal bush land, wildlife and the famed Boranup Karri forest.
Bill Peach Journeys , Western Australia & Beyond
The Great Southern AirCruise departs October 20, 2014 and is a fantastic 12 days of exploring the South West and Golden Outback. On this luxurious trip, visitors will travel via private aircraft to Kalgoorlie, Perth, Margaret River, Albany, Esperance, Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island. The itinerary highlights Australia’s many varied landscapes, from East to West, encompassing a wonderful combination of wildflowers and wildlife.
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm , The Kimberely
Discover how the rare Australian South Sea Pearl is produced at Cygnet Bay Farm, the oldest operating pearl farm in Western Australia. Go behind the scenes and learn how the family-owned and operated pearl farm forged a niche in the South Sea Pearling industry in Australia’s remote North West region.
Cruise the Kimberley with North Star Cruises , The Kimberley
Australia’s North West is one of the world’s last true wilderness areas and home to The Kimberley, a region abundant with iconic outback landscapes and rugged wilderness areas. Embark on the 13-night “Kimberley Ultimate” cruise, during which guests can witness the mighty King George Falls, the ancient rock paintings in the caves of Jar Island before soaring in a helicopter to witness the stunning Eagle Falls.
(Source: Tourism Western Australia)