Walk into Luxury launches extended touring range showcasing the best of Western Australia

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Walk into Luxury‘s extended touring range is an opportunity for guests to experience the very best of Western Australia on a personalised private tour itinerary that includes unique luxury accommodation, exclusive nature-based experiences, food and wine, and transfers. The Kimberley, Rottnest Island, Ningaloo Reef, Margaret River and the South Coast are some of the incredible destinations featured on the new tours.

“We want to offer visitors a streamlined and convenient way to plan and book their ultimate West Australian adventure that is tailored to their preferences, while benefitting from our first-hand experience and close partnerships across WA. We are excited to be able to show visitors the incredible experiences on offer right across the state, and to work with our partners to deliver the holiday of a lifetime for guests”, said managing director Nikki King.

The new tour range will continue Walk into Luxury’s trademark style of combining bucket-list experiences with gourmet food and wine and exclusive accommodation – Sal Salis and El Questro Homestead are just two of the exclusive lodges featured on the new tours.

The new tours include recommended journeys (from seven to 12 days), plus the option to ‘Build Your Own Adventure’. Bucket-list experiences on offer to guests include swimming with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, sunset helicopter flight to the Cockburn Ranges, a waterfall heli-hike, a Kimberley river cruise, a seaplane adventure to Rottnest Island, and the best luxury walks in WA. In Perth, guests can enjoy a private picnic in Kings Park, dine at Wildflower Restaurant and explore the Swan Valley or Fremantle with a private guide.

“We are excited to continue to grow our tour options to ensure our guests have access to more of the incredible experiences on offer in Western Australia. We are blessed to have so much to offer here, and we want to make it simpler to book the ultimate WA adventure and tick-off your bucket-list.”

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