Eco Tours

Cascading waterfalls, native Australian wildlife and exotic wildflowers, thick bushland, white sandy beaches, lush green forests, breathtaking views, stunning coastlines, natural attractions, tall grand mountains, crystal clear waters, sandy deserts and national parks.

Our Eco Tours throughout Western Australia connect visitors from all over the world to the natural environment, creating memories that are treasured for a lifetime.

Our Great Southern Land is a land of staggering contrasts and spectacular beauty where you can explore shimmering turquoise waters, rare wildflowers and native wildlife, pristine white sandy beaches and even ancient mountain ranges.  Top it all off with a laid-back feel and friendly people, and it's no wonder Australia is called 'The Lucky Country'.

The team from Down Under Discoveries are committed to looking after you and giving you an extraordinary experience on every level. If you are after a more tailored type of day tour to meet your interests and needs please contact us and we will be happy to discuss your requirements so as to be able to provide you with a memorable experience Down Under.

Albany Blowholes

Guide to Perth

Nature and urban life exist in harmony here in Perth, where the locals soak up more sunny days than in any other Australian capital city. Nestled on the banks of the stunning Swan River, named after the native Black Swans, Perth is one of the prettiest and most isolated cities in the world.

The city centre and most of the suburbs are located on the sandy and relatively flat Swan Coastal Plain, which lies between the Darling Scarp and the Indian Ocean. The metropolitan area extends along the coast to Two Rocks in the north and Singleton to the south, a total distance of approximately 125 kilometres. From the coast in the west to Mundaring in the east is a total distance of approximately 50 km. The Perth metropolitan area covers 6,418 kmand is home to over 2 million people.

Guide to Albany

Albany is rich in history with stories of Aboriginal custodians, convicts, sailors and whalers. The awe inspiring beauty of rugged coastlines creates a fitting backdrop to dramatic whaling, convict and settler history, being the oldest colonial settlement in Western Australia, predating Perth by over two years. The city boasts many of the old colonial buildings most of which house museums, galleries and restaurants.

The city centre is located between the hills of Mount Melville and Mount Clarence, which look down into Princess Royal Harbour. Many beaches surround Albany, including Middleton Beach, Frenchman Bay and Muttonbird Island. Albany is 418 km SSE of Perth, covers an area of 297.2 km2 and is home to approximately 33, 000 people.

Perth Eco Tours

Turquoise Coast Sea Lions, Sandboarding, Pinnacles, Lobster Shack and Yanchep National Park

South West Lighthouse, Caves, Busselton Jetty, Tuart Forest, and Unique Granite Rocks

Perth Hills Camel/Bushtucker Ride, Wildlife Park, Botanical Gardens and Fruit Picking

Perth Hills Waterfalls, Bushwalks, Swan View Tunnel, Wildflowers and Wildlife

Albany Eco Tours






Tours will be announced November 2018!