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Bunbury: Dolphin Discovery Centre Experience

1. Bunbury: Dolphin Discovery Centre Experience

Enjoy the benefits of a $12 million building upgrade, at the brand new Interpretive Centre. As well as the 360-degree Digital Dolphinarium, explore an interpretation of the Koombana Bay environment and its geological, indigenous, marine, and contemporary history. Revel in an immersive experience, by visiting activity centres, interactive displays, watching feeding programs and taking a tour. Learn the story of the  marine plants and animals in this temperate zone. The Centre provides a unique experience that uses embedded technology along with natural displays to create a memorable experience for you that complements the wild dolphin experience of the beach Interaction Zone and Dolphin Tours.

Perth: AQWA Aquarium of Western Australia Entry Tickets

2. Perth: AQWA Aquarium of Western Australia Entry Tickets

Discover one of Perth’s most iconic tourist attractions AQWA! The Aquarium of Western Australia is home to hundreds of species of marine life from the coastline. AQWA is located 30-minutes from Perth CBD at Hillary’s Boat Harbor. Go on an underwater journey to discover the iconic and incredible marine life of Western Australia. From icy waters to tropical wonderlands, you’ll explore five discovery zones. Schools and families generally visit in the morning, making the afternoon the best time to come for a quieter, more relaxed experience.  Be amazed by the vibrant life of the world’s largest living coral reef exhibits. From sharks to stingrays to giant sea turtles, come face-to-fin with majestic sea creatures. Jump on a 98-meter long moving walkway (the largest in Australia) and be transported through an underwater tunnel. Finish your visit with a coffee fix or relax on the outdoor terrace of our licenced Café, overlooking the harbour as you enjoy a beer or wine with your meal. 

Perth: Outback Splash Entry Ticket & Koala Experience

3. Perth: Outback Splash Entry Ticket & Koala Experience

Enjoy a day out at Outback Splash, on the doorstep of Perth’s Swan Valley, with this entry ticket. Speed down the park’s adrenaline-pumping waterslides, and navigate six different mazes and nine holes of mini golf. Get to know the park’s koalas and listen to a fun talk from their keeper. Get your pulse racing and ride the park’s four high-octane waterslides, including The Wall and Goldrush, which will have you hitting speeds of up to 60 kph. Find a gentler pace at the waterslide playground, kids splash zone, and giant inflatable slide.  Have fun finding your way through the mind-bending timber and hedge mazes, and play a few holes of mini golf in the shade. Enjoy learning about the park’s koala population and get up close to the mellow marsupials.

Albany: Albany's Historic Whaling Station Entry Ticket

4. Albany: Albany's Historic Whaling Station Entry Ticket

Visit the only complete whaling station tourism attraction in the world and embark on this adventure. Albany’s Historic Whaling Station was the last operating station in Australia and provides a fascinating insight into Albany’s colorful past. Explore this station that was recognized as a heritage site is an engaging and educational tourism attraction for all ages to enjoy. Gain your entry ticket to the restored whale processing factory. Find yourself immersed in the sights and sounds of the whaling industry.  Enjoy short films within the converted whale oil tanks. Climb aboard the Cheynes IV, the world’s only preserved whale chaser ship and see a giant blue whale skeleton.  Take in the world-renowned marine animal art collection and view precious scrimshaw art. Visit a variety of museum exhibits filled with authentic, whaling artifacts and memorabilia. Relax in the café overlooking one of Albany’s most picturesque bays. The unique, biodiverse location is also home to over 100,000 species of native plants which are displayed in the Regional Wildflower Garden. Families can enjoy free BBQs in the gardens and learn about the friendly collection of native animals at the Australian Wildlife Park. Enjoy a memorable day on The Amazing South Coast.

Perth: Video Game Console Museum

5. Perth: Video Game Console Museum

Featured in 2019 Guinness World Record Gamer’s Edition and Lonely Planet, The Nostalgia Box is a celebration of video games and the people that made them happen. The museum contains more than 100 consoles, representing the evolution, and sometimes revolution, that occurred from the 1970s through the 2000s. Go behind the scenes of your favorite games and consoles, learning about the tremendous work that went into them, and how they established a foundation for the consoles of today. Play a plethora of classic video games, replaying games from your childhood or making entirely new discoveries. Play a round of Pong, challenge a friend to a high score in Space Invaders, or blast through levels of Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog, Alex Kidd, and Crash Bandicoot. This is merely scratching the surface. Relive your childhood, discover gaming's sometimes secret history and plant appreciation for old-school gaming in a younger generation.

Albany: National Anzac Centre Entry Ticket

6. Albany: National Anzac Centre Entry Ticket

Set within the Princess Royal Fortress, the National Anzac Centre provides a deeply personal connection between yourself and those who served during WW1. Learn about the key phases and events of the First World War are told through the stories of the Anzac's themselves. Assume the identity of one of 32 characters, and follow their personal experience of the Great War from recruitment, training and embarkation, shipboard life on the convoys, the conflicts at Gallipoli, the Middle East and the Western Front, and post-war life for those who returned. Engage with these personal stories through interactive, multimedia displays, poignant artifacts, rare images and film, and audio commentary. On 1 November 1914, the first convoy of Australian and New Zealand troops departed for the First World War from King George Sound, Albany. For many, Albany was their last sight of Australian soil. Today Albany is known as the birthplace of the Anzac story and the home of the National Anzac Centre. As the story of conflicts within the National Anzac Centre draws to a close, the names of the 41,265 servicemen and women who left Albany in the first and second convoys are revealed: scrolling beneath a Pool of Reflections. The experience concludes with the discovery of each character’s fate and a Tribute Wall where visitors may document their own feelings and messages to the Anzacs.

Exmouth: Ningaloo Centre Aquarium Skip-The-Line Admission

7. Exmouth: Ningaloo Centre Aquarium Skip-The-Line Admission

The Ningaloo Aquarium and Discovery Centre will delight children and adults alike with interactive touchscreen activities and an abundance of information to explore. Live displays are sure to teach you about the ocean's environments and inhabitants. Explore a cave system under the Cape Range and feast your eyes on scaly inhabitants in the Terrestrial Gallery. Climb aboard the red bus to hear reflections of Australian-American life in remote WA. Or enter the cyclone room and experience the devastation of Cyclone Vance.  At the end of your visit, head to the shop or simply enjoy a meal or coffee at the centre’s café.

Perth: Snorkel with Sharks at AQWA

8. Perth: Snorkel with Sharks at AQWA

Plunge into the beautiful world of AQWA’s shipwreck coast aquarium and come face to fin with sharks, stingrays and hundreds of stunning fish.  Enter the 3-million liter shipwreck coast, Australia’s largest single aquarium, and be led on an amazing, underwater tour by a PADI qualified Divemaster. Have a close encounter with seven different species of sharks, loggerhead turtles, the world’s largest stingrays and schools of Western Australia’s most prized and precious fish, like dhufish, pink snapper, kingfish, trevally and more.

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 101 reviews

Honestly the best thing to me was the experience and catering for all ages genres and interests. It has Aussie history, wartime history, the local indigenous people, the flora and fauna of the local area. The set out of the displays were really good and suited all ages. You could easily breeze through in 30mins or take possibly 2 hours or more. You tailor the experience to suit your interests, age groups, time that you can allocate with your schedule. I’d suggest minimum 1 hour to skim through in a fast casual manner of the centre. A must see when in Exmouth.

It was an extremely enjoyable and informative session. The staff are all well informed and very attentive. Our grandchildren were shown great respect . Their questions were answered in a positive and engaging manner. All the staff members were awesome. They went above and beyond to make the experience happy and memorable. There is a lot to do there. Thank you

Very interesting, great for kids and adults, gift shop has lots, cafe quick and good food. good day out

My 10 year old grandson says it was so much fun and amazing and cant wait to go there again

Hands down, so much better than Melbourne & Sydney aquariums!!!!