Spread over four square kilometres, Kings Park and the Botanic Garden of Perth are the world’s biggest inner-city park. As an exclusive Scenic Enrich experience
, take a guided walk along its many beautiful trails, learn about the many plant and wildflower species that grow here, explore its Aboriginal and colonial history, and the many memorials.
At the Valley of Giants, east of Margaret River, Scenic offers you the incredible experience of walking through the canopy of towering red tingle trees, some as high as 75 metres. Walk along the 40-metre-tall and 600 metres long Tree Top Walk, a modern engineering marvel and say hello to the ancient trees, many over 400 years old. Keep a special lookout for ‘Grandma Tingle,’ she has wonderful stories to tell.
Visit the incredible Shell Beach located in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, a 60 km long beach made entirely of shimmering white shells. Sink your feet into the layers of discarded shells of fragum cockle that replace sand, some going as deep as 10 metres. And if you’d like to cool off, these shallow hypersaline waters are perfect to float in.
At Cape Leeuwin, the most south-westerly mainland point of the Australian continent, the merger of two great oceans – the Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean – is a treat.