Australia Walking Tour
The Land Down Under tends to be on most people’s to-do list. Why? Despite having a small population sprawled out over a gigantic landmass, everything in Australia is classically Australian. Beaches, dessert landscapes, super-cities, multicultural dining, and those thick Aussie accents will charm even the most hardened traveller. Let’s not forget kangaroos and koalas, and countless species not found anywhere else in the world (including a few poisonous things – but let’s not go there). The best way to see Australia? On an Australia walking tour, of course.
If you’ve never given much thought to exploring Perth, you should. It’s one of the most truly unique Australian cities. As you explore Perth on foot, you’ll learn all about the city’s pioneers from a local Australian guide. You’ll be led along the Swan River and to the beautiful gardens surrounding it. Walk the backstreets of Perth to uncover all that’s hidden there, and allow your guide to take you into a special local pub for a pint of the good stuff. Although Perth seems quiet on the service, there’s actually quite a busy bar scene. Visit the Central Business District to learn all about the heritage, culture, and architecture of the area.
Want something even FURTHER off the beaten path? Take an Australia walking tour in Fremantle. You’ll want to hear all about Fremantle’s history from a knowledgeable guide – it involves classic tales of jailbreaks, bushrangers, convicts, and rogues. Fremantle is all drama. Start at the Town Hall, and begin your journey, as you take in the perfectly preserved architecture leftover from the British Empire. You’ll find the likes of colonial buildings next to prisons. Fremantle is famous for its whaling stations and mass immigration, and there’s no better way to learn about it all than with a walking guide. Don’t pass up a visit to the Roundhouse.Read More ...