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Perth's Best Wildflower Tour

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3 weeks ago
“Wildflowers galore - what a sight...”
Jun 18, 2018
“A meal for the senses”
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our travel agent booked us in with Adams Pinnacles Tours for a full day wildflowers tour. Our coach driver Luke was lovely and the bonus was we had botanist John as our tour guide. His passion and enthusiasm was certainly catching and we found ourselves...More

Thank Vandergoogles
Reviewed June 18, 2018 via mobile

Friends from the UK were visiting so we decided to take them somewhere special - and they weren’t disappointed! The food was a visual and gustatory degustation delight. Local indigenous foods wowed with their unique flavours and mouth feel. Expensive but worth every cent.

1  Thank Duncan0949
Reviewed November 12, 2017

We took a 13 day Coates South-West Birds and Botany Tour (small group of twelve) after recommendation from a King's Park guide. Coates is a Perth based tour company. The cost of the trip, flights from interstate/overseas and accommodation for most made for a considerable...More

2  Thank KathleenAustralia_12
Reviewed October 23, 2016

My wife and I have travelled to Western Australia from 6-13 October and were very happy in general. However, Adams Pinnacle tours ran a Best Wildflower Tour on 10 October, which left us very disappointed. On this date, my wife and I went on the...More

7  Thank 120ch00kie
Reviewed September 6, 2016

Perth surrounds are not the place to see fields of wildflowers as we discovered on this day tour from Adams .Kings Parks display is worth seeing but go further north to see the wildflowers as pictured in the brochure . A day wasted .Expensive drive...More

4  Thank dang2218
Reviewed August 13, 2016

Western Australia (WA) is known as the Wildflower State, amongst other things. In spring, the wildflowers are beautiful. As a child I would collect them for my Grandmother. If you are new to WA, it would probably be wise to take a tour. The tour...More

3  Thank Jeffry B
Reviewed March 20, 2016

Western Australia (WA) is famous for its wild-flowers, which some travellers say are the prettiest in the world. For colour and variety, WA's wild-flowers are hard to beat. I love the diversity of shapes and the brilliant colours. WA is often called the "Wild-flower State."...More

Thank Jeffry B
Reviewed September 14, 2014

We had planned a family day out. Out of Perth. We decided to go to Bindoon in the Chittering Valley. We'd never been there before! It was a very pleasant surprise. This is only about 80 kms from Perth. Very country. One gets a taste...More

5  Thank LeenaSheth
Reviewed October 26, 2011

The trip lived up to its name. We visited the places around Perth which maximised the number and type of flowers we saw. There was plenty of time for photographs and the less agile were thoughtfully considered.

15  Thank jilly62llp
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Kay N Barry C
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I just looked at the tourism wa sight. you can always just go to kings park if only one day.
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