Building on the success of their recent brand refresh, locally owned Australian boutique group tour operator, Via Travel, has expanded its offerings and announced the launch of West Coast Australia tours.

Its flagship for the series targets the boutique comfort tour segment aged between 30 and 75, with a price point starting from $5,295 per person double share, or $6,640 per person single private room for the 13-Day West Coast Encompassed Australia Tour.

Available from May through October 2024, a unique selling point is the many guaranteed departure dates and small group sizes (maximum 16 passengers) that not only underscores a commitment to reliable, sustainable travel, but a quality that explains how Via Travel has serviced close to 10,000 happy travellers to date.

Many travellers have been inspired to book the flagship tour after watching the compelling three-part Ningaloo Nyinggulu documentary by conservationist and Australian native, Tim Winton. The documentary captures the largest humpback whale nursery, whale sharks, caves, and the impressive ecosystem of the World-Heritage-Listed Ningaloo Reef, which is a key highlight and focal point in the tour itinerary.

The tour includes a mixture of comfortable accommodation, balanced excursions and inclusivity, combining bucket list options like swimming with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef and the Skywalk at Kalbarri National Park, with more local hand-selected activities like the Didgeridoo Dreaming Night Tour with Bush Tucker alongside the Nhanda and Malgana people.

“Via Travel’s new West Coast Tours are becoming more popular during the high season, particularly among those who have been captivated by Winton’s documentary,” said Via Travel Founder, Stuart Wesierski.

“The beauty of the West Coast of Australia is still underappreciated by those who often choose the more popular South Coast hotspots. But the truth is, there is so much on offer to see, experience, and enjoy on the West Coast,” Wesierski added.

With tours running only until mid-October (13th October last departure date), travellers have a limited time to take advantage of these West Coast Australia tours.



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