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AQWA The Aquarium of Western Australia
1. AQWA The Aquarium of Western Australia
AQWA The Aquarium of Western Australia is a huge aquarium located in Hillarys, Western Australia. AQWA was Australia's largest aquarium when it first opened. Today, it is still the home of Australia's largest single aquarium and walk-through underwater tunnel.
Pirate Ship Mandurah
2. Pirate Ship Mandurah
The custom-built Pirate Ship is a unique way to see Mandurah's stunning inland waterways. The crew are dressed as pirates and act the part, offering light-hearted nautical humour and entertainment for the whole family. This open-air boat has stunning 360° views of the area, including luxury homes and local wildlife including dolphins. Pirate hats, swords and flags are all available for purchase in case you'd like to look your swashbuckling best.
Ngilgi Cave
3. Ngilgi Cave
Ngilgi is an exquisitely decorated cave in Yallingup, and visitors to its depths will marvel at its stunning stalactites, stalagmites, helictites and beautifully-colored shawls. The semi-guided tours lead visitors into the first chamber of the cave, where you'll learn about the importance of the cave’s discovery, its role as Western Australia’s first tourist attraction, and gain insight into the early days of cave exploration in the area. Visitors can then explore the rest of the cave at their own pace, with another guide stationed in the centre of the cave to answer questions and provide further information.
Mammoth Cave
4. Mammoth Cave
Mammoth Cave is located in Forest Grove, Australia. It's the most easily accessible of all the show caves in the region, with wheelchair access to the first chamber and MP3 audio tours available in English, French, German, Malay, and Mandarin. Entering the cave through bushland via a gently sloping boardwalk, you'll set your own pace as you explore this natural time capsule; home to more than 10,000 fossils of the long-extinct giant animals, Australian Megafauna! Above ground, don't forget to take a breather and enjoy the magnificent marri and karri forest surrounding the cave.
Matagarup Zip+Climb
5. Matagarup Zip+Climb
Zip+Climb is a family adventure precinct on the Burswood Peninsula – located on and around the Matagarup Bridge in Perth, Australia. Zip+Climb offers a variety of adventure packages featuring climbing and ziplining.

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Optus Stadium, also known as Perth Stadium, is a modern multi-purpose arena in Perth, Australia. Completed in 2017, the 65,000-seater stadium is one of the best in the country, hosting the biggest events in sport and music. Fans of Australian sport can go behind the scenes with a guide, and see the inner workings of one of the Southern Hemisphere's most impressive sporting arenas. The adrenaline-hungry can also book themselves onto the VERTIGO or HALO tours for sky-high tours of the stadium roof!
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The Bell Tower is also known as the Swan Bell Tower. It is located in Perth, Western Australia. The Swan Bells are a set of 18 bells that hang in a purpose-built 82.5-metre-high copper and glass campanile.
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Visitors admiring the view from the balcony of Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse
Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse offers fully-guided tours that provide fascinating insights into the history and function of working lighthouses, as well as the region’s incredible maritime history. Easier than most lighthouses to climb, this tower is accessible even for small children. From the tower balcony, the panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and Geographe Bay are breathtaking, delivering endless photo opportunities of the landscape, as well as local wildlife and plants.
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The Gravity Discovery Centre & Observatory is located in Yeal, just over an hour outside Perth. This non-profit science and space museum provides hours of fascination and galactic intrigue. Explore the life and work of Albert Einstein in the Discovery and Innovation Galleries, and make like Galileo by dropping water balloons off the top of the Leaning Tower of Gingin (in the name of science, of course). Consider our species' place in the universe through art and culture in the Cosmology Gallery, and marvel at the famous Zadko telescope in the Observatory.
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Eagles Heritage is one of Australia’s largest wildlife centres dedicated to the care of injured, orphaned or displaced raptors, including eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls. Visitors of all ages and abilities can get closer than they ever imagined to these magnificent birds of prey. Awe-inspiring flight displays are delivered twice daily, providing insight into the birds' unique adaptions and natural behaviours. These displays also feature the rare opportunity for visitors to have their photo taken with a resident barn owl. A self-guided 1 km walk takes visitors through the tranquil native forest, where they can meet an astounding array of powerful and elusive birds of prey.
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Climbing tree
Forest Adventures South West is a high rope adventure park set amongst the majestic trees of the pristine Ludlow Tuart Forest, 10 kilometers north of Busselton, Australia. Visitors can choose their own adrenaline-filled adventure, with 77 exciting activities spread over six huge courses that combine rope and wire challenges of varying height and difficulty. This unique experience is perfect for anyone aged 7+ or anyone who loves an adventure.

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