If you’ve ever wanted to visit Western Australia, there’s no better time than in the spring when the wildflowers are at their most spectacular. Our largest state offers so much for anyone interested in agricultural and horticultural enterprises – rich agricultural farmland and progressive and innovative farmers, including the Benedictine monks in New Norcia, Australia’s only monastery town. Add to that, hundreds of kilometres of spectacular coastline, amazing rock formations, long sandy beaches, great food and wine and the lion’s share of native flora and you have all the ingredients for a wonderful spring experience.
- Wildflowers and national parks
- Historic Fremantle and the whaling port of Albany, plus Busselton and its famous jetty
- Spectacular Kings Park and a cruise on the Swan River
- The popular Margaret River wine region and the monastery town of New Norcia
- Visits toto diverse farming and aquaculture enterprises – sheep and cattle, cereal cropping, avocadoes, crayfish and yabbies.
Your Tour Escort - Bill Dunlop
Bill Dunlop has had a lifetime involvement in the beef industry across all areas of Australia. Bill has been a cattle producer, a general manager and president of breed associations and a breed society world president. This experience has involved pure breeding, cross breeding and composite breeds. Bill has led tours to Eastern Europe, North America, the UK and Australia.