Day 1 - SINGAPORE - PERTH - FREMANTLE - PERTH (Halal Dinner)
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for your flight to Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Your 1st stop takes you to Perth Mosque, which was built in 1905 by the early Muslim immigrants from Northern India. Continue to Fremantle and along the way, keep your eyes peeled for the Round House, the oldest public building in Western Australia and a prison during the early years. You will also see Monument Hill, a great vantage point in Fremantle and home to the city’s war memorial. Stop by Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour before exploring the bustling Fremantle Markets. Opened from Fridays to Sundays, prepare for the ultimate market experience as you enjoy fresh local produce and unique food offerings, soaking in the sights and sounds that are distinctly Fremantle.
Day 2 - PERTH - SWAN VALLEY - PERTH (Hotel Breakfast/Halal Lunch/Halal Dinner)
After breakfast, visit a local fruit orchard and enjoy fruit picking. Then proceed to Swan Valley, also known as Perth’s Valley of Taste and Western Australia’s oldest wine-growing region. Here, pop into The House of Honey, Morish Nuts, Mondo Nougat and The Margaret River Chocolate Factory for a spot of gourmet shopping. Not to be missed is a trip to Caversham Wildlife Park, a sanctuary that not only showcases many of Australia’s unique animals, but also allows up close encounters with some of these native creatures. Hand-feed kangaroos, have your photo taken with koalas, enjoy interesting educational farm activities such as sheep shearing demonstrations, cow milking, bottle feeding a lamb and more.
- Fruit picking is subject to weather conditions and availability of fruits may vary according to season. Takeaway of fruit from the local fruit farm is at your own expense.|Sheepdogs are present in Caversham Wildlife Park during the farm shows.
Day 3 - PERTH - MANDURAH - BUSSELTON - PERTH (Hotel Breakfast/Seafood Lunch/Halal Dinner)
Today, travel south to Mandurah, the 2nd-largest city in Western Australia. Enjoy a relaxing 1-hour scenic canal and estuary dolphin spotting cruise, where you can witness exotic wildlife and canal mansions along the waterways. Continue to Busselton, one of the earliest settlements in Western Australia and home to the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere stretching almost 2 kilometres out to sea. Hop onto the jetty train and journey across the calm, clear waters of Geographe Bay to visit the Underwater Observatory. Descend 8 metres to the ocean floor via a spiral staircase and discover an awe-inspiring forest of vividly-coloured tropical and sub-tropical corals, sponges, fish and marine species that live beneath the jetty. Thereafter, return to Perth.
Day 4 - PERTH - NAMBURG - LANCELIN - PERTH (Hotel Breakfast/Seafood Lunch/Farewell Dinner)
This morning, head north towards Cervantes and go on a Lobster Shack factory tour for a firsthand look into the lobster industry. The tour will take you through the live lobster processing plant at Indian Ocean Rock Lobster, from sea harvesting and cleaning to packing for sales. Next, explore the mystical Pinnacles Desert at Nambung National Park and witness an intriguing landscape made up of different rock formations. Take a scenic walk or drive along a trail that offers a fascinating view of thousands of huge limestone pillars scattered across the desert - some as high as 3 metres, some finished in a jagged point, and others with rounded domes resembling tombstones. The Pinnacles date back millions of years to an epoch when the sand was beneath the sea. Stop at Lancelin for some sandboarding fun before returning to Perth.
Day 5 - PERTH - SINGAPORE (Hotel Breakfast)
After breakfast, check out of your hotel and proceed to Kings Park, one of the world’s largest and most beautiful inner city parks. Rich in Aboriginal and European history and home to the spectacular Western Australian Botanic Garden, the park displays over 3,000 species of the state’s unique flora. If time permits, you may do some last-minute shopping before your transfer to the airport for your flight home.
- Packed breakfast will be arranged for those taking early morning flights.|Remarks|If a place of visit is closed to visitor, it will be replaced with an alternative.|Hotel breakfast is non-Halal.|Lunches and dinners will be arranged in local restaurants within reasonable walking distance. Seafood or Aussie vegetarian food will be arranged in the event where Halal restaurants are not available.|During Australian public holidays such as Anzac Day and Christmas Day, some attractions may be closed or will operate for half a day. Alternative arrangements will be made to visit these affected attractions on other days or they will be replaced with alternatives.|Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.|Updated 5 Jul 2017