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Western Australia Agricultural Tours and Farm Tours

Western Australia agricultural and farm tours provide a wonderful opportunity to connect with the real out door world of farming. During Western Australia farm and agricultural tours you may see a range of exciting animals including sheep, cows, pigs, poultry, horses, goats and more. more

Farm tours may include animal feeding and allow you to pet the animals. Agricultural tours may include seminars, workshops, live shows and a range of activities.

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  • Albany Wind Farm

    See how the south coast town of Albany is doing its part to help the environment at Albany Wind Farm. The farm consists of 12 giant wind turbines, each at a height of 100 metres from the base to the tip of the blades. The turbines generate around 75 per...

  • Archer Drive Scenic Drive and Lookout

    Archer Drive Scenic Drive and Lookout in the Ravensthorpe Range provides a picturesque scenic drive which allows you to experience the gold mining industry, and natural and farmland scenery in the Esperance area. The drive also in spring also provides unique wildflower viewing opportunities. Ravensthorpe is situated eight hours drive...

  • Aussie Wanderer

    Aussie Wanderer Adventure Tours is a leading small group, nature based tour company in Western Australia, offering a broad range of eco adventure tours and great value for money. With an average group size of 12 people Aussie Wanderer focuses on flexibility and a personal approach. They make sure their...

  • Avondale Discovery Farm

    Avondale is a modern working farm owned by the National Trust Australia Western Australia. Come and see for yourself what seasonal agricultural activities are being carried out in the Avon Valley. Avondale was one of the first farms surveyed in Beverley, and was granted to James Stirling in 1833. The...

  • Broome Sightseeing Tours

    This multi award-winning boutique tour is your first port of call when exploring Broome. Broome Sightseeing Tours will show you all the best that Broome and the surrounding area have to offer. Enjoy a professional, entertaining introduction into 'Broome Time' with their experienced local guides. Tour components can be altered...

  • Cambinata Yabbies Extravaganza

    The annual Cambinata Yabbies Extravaganza is not just an event, but an experience to savour and delight. Each year, in springtime, the Nenke Family throws open the doors to the Cambinata farm, welcoming guests from city and country to the Wheatbelt town of Kukerin. The Extravaganza showcases a variety of...

  • Casey Australia Tours

    Casey Australia Tours is one of Western Australia's most experienced coach tour operators, showing off this spectacular state since 1973. On their high quality, eco-friendly coach tours you travel in the safety and comfort of their luxury air-conditioned coaches or four wheel drive coaches with a friendly group of like-minded...

  • Comet Gold Mine and Tourist Centre

    Visit the Comet Gold Mine and Tourist Centre near Marble Bar to view a wide range of gemstones, rocks and minerals. Check out the range of interesting and informative displays to learn about the history of the gold mine and the town of Marble Bar. See the huge 75 metre...

  • Co-operative Bulk Handling (CBH) Wheat Storage and Transfer Depot

    The Co-operative Bulk Handling Wheat Storage and Transfer Depot is the largest inland port in Western Australia. The sheer enormity of the depot is an impressive sight to see and is well worth capturing on camera. Learn about the significant impact the depot has had on the economic development of...

  • Dampier Salt Mines

    Located on Lake Macleod, the Dampier Salt Mines are an impressive sight from the road. Whilst not usually open to the general public tours can be organised through the Carnarvon Visitors Centre, if there are a sufficient number of people interested in viewing the operations. Learn about the salt mining...

  • Dardanup Heritage Park

    A visit to the Dardanup Heritage Park provides a unique opportunity to witness one man’s passion for collecting and restoring vintage machinery. The extensive 6,500 square metre collection includes farming and industrial machinery such as tractors, horse drawn equipment, engines and bull dozers. The creator of the park, Gary Brookes...

  • Don Rhodes Mining Museum

    See the fully restored locomotives from the BHP Iron Ore railway at the Don Rhodes Mining Museum in Port Hedland. Be in awe of the ingenuity of the road, rail and transport technology which facilitated the significant industrial growth in the East Pilbara during the last century. The Don Rhodes...

  • Fini Olives

    Fini Olives is well worth a visit. See how olive oil is made and also taste a number of different varieties of extra virgin olive oils. Fini Olives is a privately owned West Australian company that has been in the olive oil industry since 2000. Their 1,200 acre grove is...

  • Funseeker Tours and Charter

    Funseeker Tours and Charter offer a very friendly personalised touring experience with attention to detail. They offer a wide range of tailored tours and charter packages. Day tours and extending touring packages within Western Australia depart regularly and include festive packages, wildflower tours both north and south of the state,...

  • Geraldton Port

    The Geraldton Port, located in the heart of the city of Geraldton, is one of the few ports where you are able to get a close look at all of the bustling activities that take place. The Geraldton Port is one of Australia's busiest regional ports and second largest for...

  • Golden Valley

    If you are looking to strike it rich prospecting for gold or you are interested in learning the history of one of the Eastern Goldfields first mining leases, head out to Golden Valley which is a half an hour drive north of Southern Cross. Formerly known as the settlement of...

  • Goldfields Exhibition Museum

    The Goldfields Exhibition Museum is housed in the grand historic two storey former Wardens Court Building, which was erected in 1898. Wander through each of the rooms to view a range of fascinating displays including Aboriginal artefacts, photographs, models and authentic prospecting equipment. See one of the largest antique bottle...

  • Goldrush Tours

    Goldrush Tours commenced operation in 1973 and over the past three decades has grown to become a large privately owned luxury coach company in Western Australia. Their coach captains/ tour guides are chosen for their love of people and commitment to being the best in the business. They are local...

  • Greenbushes Mining Historical Park

    Greenbushes Mining Historical Park provides an enlightening insight into the history of a fascinating mining town. Dating back to the late 1800s, Greenbushes became a booming tin mining and timber town. Take a look back over the town’s 130 year history which is encapsulated in the information boards around the...

  • Kalgoorlie Tours and Charters

    Kalgoorlie Tours and Charters are one of the leading tour operators in the Goldfields, with a long history in providing extraordinary touring experiences. They offer you the chance to be a part of the modern day gold rush by donning a hard hat and touring inside the Super Pit Mining...

  • Katanning Agricultural Show

    Katanning Show is a real country show experience. Held at the Katanning Leisure and Recreation Centre on the grassed oval and surrounds and two indoor recreation areas, the show features everything for a true rural experience from agricultural machinery and related agricultural products to home made cakes. There is something...

  • Kingfisher Tours

    Kununurra sits at the heart of the pristine and rugged wilderness that is the North East Kimberley. An aerial tour with locally owned and operated Kingfisher Tours is one of the best ways to explore this magnificent landscape. They have a wide range of finely crafted tours designed to showcase...

  • Lestok Tours

    Lestok Tours offers guided tours of the Pilbara region, including Pilbara Iron’s Tom Price mining operation and the Karijini National Park. All touring is conducted in either four wheel drive vehicles or coaches. Our vehicles are maintained to the highest standard and upgraded regularly, ensuring your comfort and safety. We...

  • Ninghan Park

    Ninghan Park Farm offers a real farm stay experience with two fully self-contained accommodation units, sleeping six or more in each. Facilities include reverse cycle air-conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, own large bathrooms, queen, singles, bunks or sofa beds with free linen, television and lounger, indoor/outdoor dining, hammock and barbeque, portable...

  • North Star Cruises Australia

    The multi-awarded North Star Cruises Australia offers adventure-cruises in the Kimberley aboard the True North, allowing discerning adventures to experience wilderness in surrounds more akin to one of the world’s most exclusive hotels! North Star Cruises Australia is the Kimberley's longest established adventure cruise operator. They have accumulated a wealth...

  • North West Shelf Natural Gas Project

    A unique visit to the impressive North West Shelf Natural Gas Project provides an opportunity to witness Australian history in the making. Representing the largest oil and gas development in Australia, it accounts for more than 40 per cent of the country’s oil and gas production. Take a walk through...

  • Paynes Find Gold Battery and Museum

    Paynes Find Gold Battery and Museum houses the only working Gold Battery remaining in Western Australia. Witness the gold crushing plant in action and explore the display centre next door to learn about the gold mining process in the early 1900s. Look through the wide range of mining and farming...

  • Pearl Luggers

    Learn of the perils of the deep, experience firsthand what made the pearl divers life so hazardous and what drove so many to put their lives at risk. See two of Broome's last remaining wooden pearling luggers; the Sam Male and DMcD. View artefacts from the early perilous days of...

  • Slingair Heliwork WA

    The multi-award-winning Slingair Heliwork WA, operating since 1984, is an aviation tourism specialist in Australia's North West. With scenic air safaris and private charters by aeroplane or helicopter, they can show you the best of the Kimberley. Safety and service is the business philosophy. The Kimberley - so remote, immense...

  • Somercotes

    Somercotes offers unique self contained accommodation near the Tasmanian town of Ross. Stay on one of the original Tasmanian estates, circa 1823, still inhabited by the descendants of original settlers. The cottages are faithfully restored to retain their historic ambiance with the modern convenience. There are one and two bedroom...

  • Spirit Safaris

    Private, small group luxury four wheel drive eco-tours to remote Australian wilderness and outback areas, Aboriginal rock art, Aboriginal art centres and communities in wild nature on these local and outback Australia tours. Spirit Safaris are Ecotourism certified and have the Green Tick. Founder Richard O'Neill, is a fifth generation...

  • Steam Locomotive Museum

    The Steam Locomotive display, located next to the Collie Visitor Centre on Throssell Street, should not be missed by rail enthusiasts or historians. The collection includes an “F” class, “V” class and “W” class, all withdrawn from service in 1971. A popular part of the collection is “Polly”, a traction...

  • Super Pit

    Stand beside Kalgoorlie's Super Pit and gaze open-mouthed into one of the largest open-cut mines on Earth and the biggest gold mine in Australia. About 900,000 ounces of gold are harvested here each year, making a total of 50 million ounces since it started operating in 1989. The hole is...

  • Swan Valley Food and Wine Drive Trail

    The award winning Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail is a 32 kilometre scenic loop drive in the heart of the Swan Valley, 25 minutes from Perth. Starting at the visitor centre in Guildford, this Top Trail takes in more than 150 wineries, lively breweries, fine restaurants, bustling cafes, distilleries,...

  • Tagalong Tours Broome

    Tagalong Tours Broome offers you an experience of a life time, to venture into the beautiful and diverse remote areas of Australia, enjoy the magnificent scenery and discover the hidden treasures this broad country has to offer in the comfort and convenience of your own vehicle. Sue and John Forwood,...

  • Tin Dragon Interpretation Centre and Cafe

    The Tin Dragon Interpretation Centre and Cafe is located in Derby, North-East Tasmania. A billion litres of water with nowhere to go. Experience the power and the fury of water in the epic story of Tasmania’s Tin Rush and the miners, European and Chinese, who sought their fortune from this...

  • Useless Loop

    Walking along the pristine beach at Denham you will be amazed by the extraordinary view of a white salt mountain at Useless Loop some 250 kilometres away. The salt mine produces the purest grade of salt in the world. Whilst not open to the public, those with a four wheel...

  • WMC Resource Nickel Pots

    As you drive along the Goldfields Highway in Kalgoorlie, you cannot miss the massive WMC Resource Nickel Pots on display at the Tourist Information Bay. The pots make a great photograph; you can even get inside one to give your shot some perspective of the immense size of these big...

  • Wubin Wheatbin Museum

    Take a look at the history of grain handling in the wheatbelt region with a visit to the Wubin Wheatbin Museum. Learn how the wheat was collected and stored in the early days by viewing a collection of photographs and a fascinating display of farming machinery. Walk around the original...

  • Yarloop Steam Workshops Inc

    Located less than two hours drive south of Perth, a visit to the Yarloop Steam Workshops Inc makes for a great day out. The workshops were primarily used in the early 1900s to conduct maintenance work on the steam locomotives, and today house a fascinating museum which captures the history...

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