Perth Electric Bike ECO Tours
Explore the Swan Coastal Plain like never before. Take in the wonders of Perth’s unique Flora and Fauna and learn about the Aboriginal Culture as you glide along on E-bikes!
Practically perfect, visit Perth with a Private Tour it's awesome! This laid-back city with its fabulous sunny weather, relaxed, loose lifestyle and beautiful beaches is a cool place to visit, and a must see on your holiday in Australia.
From Perth, you can take the short trip to Bali and other Indonesian destinations as it is the hub for many of these tours. Perth has big city attractions and lots to do for tourists on its many custom private tours.
Draped in history, it is a very cosmopolitan city with many cultural activities, bars and nightlight that is second to none. The beaches and parkland in this area of Australia are breathtakingly beautiful, and the famous Rottnest Island Tour on Freemantle will not disappoint any traveller.
With many sightseeing tours and bush guided tours available you will be spoilt for choice and have a full itinerary. Eating here is a celebration with the vast array of culinary delights and alternative restaurants, the food halls and eclectic eateries have something to tempt everyone.
Located around 18 kilometres off the coast of Western Australia near Fremantle and Perth Rottnest Island Tours, or “Rotto” as the locals call it, is a number of island getaways with 60 picturesque beaches and bays.
As Rottnest Island is a car-free zone book your guided tour and hop on your bike to see the island at its best. Other activities on the island include golf, swimming, tennis, snorkelling, fishing, swimming, diving and kayaking.
The ferry service is daily but if you like, why not stay overnight? There are great ranges of accommodations available.
The high Season in Perth is from December to February where the weather is warm and dry and good for sightseeing. From September through to November it is usually dry, keep that in mind before you book your Private Tours as it is likely that you will get a better deal depending on your travel dates. The annual Kings Park Wildflowers and Listen Out Festivals and Perth Royal Show happen in September and are always a big draw to holiday makers so book early.
You will definitely break any budget you had in mind when visiting Perth its easy to splash money here. $200 per day for both accommodation and food should cover you but remember your tours will be extra. Dormitory beds range from $40–60, and you can get food on the go for $25–30. As with many other holiday destinations you get what you pay for so if your budget is tight stick to it. Book as much as you can prior to your arrival and try to get deals.
Australian and New Zealanders do not need a visa to enter however every other nation does so require a visa, ensure your paperwork is in order prior to travelling. The security in and out of Australia is very strict so please note fill in all the documentation correctly and be HONEST as the smallest thing can stop you entry into the country. Be aware of your surroundings constantly, drifting off or loosing your guide could be disastrous.
Perth experience's a temperate climate with very mild winters. It has many sunny days in the year. The average temperatures from May to September is around 15 degrees while maybe not perfect for lying in the sun it is good for sightseeing. The summer season, January through to May and October to December however, boasts hot hot hot conditions with temperatures reaching into the 70's so bring your hat and suncream.