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Bunnik Tours releases first-ever WA trip

Bunnik Tours has added Western Australia to its domestic repertoire, showcasing the best of the South West.

Off the back of the success of the family-owned tour company’s first three Aussie tours, the South West in Depth tour includes a whopping 14 days exploring Western Australia.

On the latest Bunnik small-group tour to be released, guests can explore wine regions, taste the fresh produce and be reacquainted with nature on an epic adventure.

The trip features stops in historic gold mining towns and natural wonders like Wave Rock, Dundas Rocks and the Ngilgi Cave.

The small group will take to the water on a cruise along Lovers Cove, West Beach and Blue Haven, before discovering the abundance of sea life amongst the Recherche Archipelago, from dolphins, seals and maybe even a pod of whales.

They’ll also explore the Cape Le Grand National Park filled with dramatic vistas, coves and the stunning beach at Lucky Bay.

Upon reaching Albany highlights include the Whaling Station Museum, National Anzac Centre, the Gap and Natural Bridge and silo artwork. Incredible panoramas will be on display as the group ventures around the Granite Skywalk in Porongurop National Park.

All touring is conducted in a full-sized, 46-seater, air-conditioned coach, meaning guests will have plenty of space to spread out and take in the awesome views.

And with a maximum group size of just 20 travellers, they will be able to capture the true essence of this unique region.

Departures are running from September 2021 until April 2022.


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