& Western Australia - Harvey World Travel

harveyworld.co.nz

& Western Australia - Harvey World Travel

2013

Perth

& Western Australia


About us

Our PeOPle

Most Harvey World Travel offices are locally owned and

operated. Because the people who own the business

work in the business, they have a personal interest in

ensuring that your travel experience is always enjoyable

and hassle free.

Our BackgrOund

Harvey World Travel has been connecting travellers with

the world since 1951. Today, we have over 500 agencies

throughout New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and the

United Kingdom.

Harvey World Travel is part of Stella Travel Services,

New Zealand’s largest travel group and as one of

Australasia’s biggest travel providers, we are able to

offer extremely competitive prices on airfares, holiday

packages, accommodation, travel insurance and more.

Our Values

Harvey World Travel is committed to providing

unmatched service and value to our customers.

Our staff are all seasoned travellers who can help

you plan your journey with firsthand experience

and expert advice.

We measure our success by the fact that our customers

keep coming back and we look forward to making your

next travel experience the best it can be.

Adrian Turner, General Manager Harvey World Travel NZ

0800 80 84 80

harveyworld.co.nz


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For over 30 years, GO Holidays has designed a comprehensive range

of innovative travel ideas based on our own experiences and available

through our preferred Travel Agent partners across New Zealand. You can

be assured all of the product that is featured in this brochure has been

tried and tested to ensure we deliver to you not only a great value holiday

but a truly memorable experience. GO… and enjoy!

Because this brochure is our “Year Round” programme, prices featured here are indicative

nightly rates to assist you with your planning. When you have decided on your itinerary, simply

contact your GO Holidays preferred Travel Agent and we will quote you an inclusive price.

Contents

Welcome to Western Australia & Map 4

Getting Around 5

Great South Rail – Indian Pacific 6

Perth 7

Sightseeing 8 – 9

Perth Accommodation 10 – 12

Swan Valley 13

Fremantle 13

Scarborough 14

Mandurah 14

Australia’s South West 15

Australia’s Coral Coast 16

Australia’s North West 17

Kununurra 18

Booking Conditions 19

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the customer.

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Property Rating Guide

To assist you in choosing your accommodation

we have given our own classification to the hotels

featured in this brochure. The star ratings are

offered by our people from their own experience.

We may also use official star ratings for individual

countries as a guide. Assessing accommodation

can be quite subjective and generally speaking the

standard and services will be in line with the price

paid. Please note that our star rating system is

individual to the destination and reflective across the

range of accommodation available in that country.

HH Simple and clean accommodation with basic

room features

HHH Moderate accommodation with standard

room features and facilities

HHHH High standard accommodation with

quality room features and a range of facilities

HHHHH The ultimate in luxury accommodation

with a luxury standard of service and facilities

Boutique Small and stylish hotels offering

intimacy and superb individual attention and service

as well as a good range of facilities

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trip you can call on our assistance. It is always our recommendation however that you first take the matter

up directly with the hotel or supplier at the time and endeavour to resolve the issue on the spot. Remember

though, we are just a free telephone call away.

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Welcome to Western Australia

Welcome to Western Australia

Western Australia is a state of wide open skies, dramatic landscapes, ancient culture, excellent wining and dining, outdoor

activity and friendly locals. From the deep reds of the ancient rock formations of the north-west to the sparkling blue of the

Indian Ocean off the mid-north coast to the lush greenery of the stunning south-west filled with sprawling vineyards and

tall-tree forests, this is truly a unique holiday experience.

Travel Tips

Average Temperature range in °C

Spring

Sep - Nov

Summer

Dec - Feb

Autumn

Mar - May

Winter

Jun - Aug

Perth 10 - 25°C 17 - 35°C 13 - 29°C 08 - 19°C

South-west

region

10 - 25°C 17 - 35°C 13 - 29°C 08 - 19°C

Wet season Oct - Mar Dry season Apr - Sep

Broome 30 - 40°C 24 - 35°C

North-west

region

30 - 40°C 24 - 35°C

• Climate: Western Australia’s climate is as diverse as its landscape.

Whilst the southern region enjoys four distinct seasons, in the north

there are two distinct seasons – wet and dry.

must see & do

Firstly you must take time to enjoy Australia’s sunniest city with over 3000 hours of sunshine a year, enjoy a

walk through Kings Park one of the world’s largest inner city parks and take trip out to Rottnest Island for

the day.

Margaret River and its premium wine region is the place for indulging many passions. It’s the only wine region

in Australia where you can hop from award-winning wineries and restaurants to stunning beaches, tall-timber

forests, world-class surf breaks and ancient caves.

Monkey Mia is one of Western Australia’s most famous dolphin watching destinations. This calm bay is world

famous for the pod of friendly dolphins that visit the shore most days to be hand fed.

World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef is one of the few places on Earth where you can swim with whale sharks

- the world’s largest fish. A face-to-fin encounter with these gentle giants is a truly awesome and humbling

experience.

The lunar-like Pinnacles form one of Australia’s most unique and fascinating natural landscapes. Formed over

millions of years, thousands of tall limestone spires rise eerily out of the yellow desert sands of Nambung

National Park, just outside the coastal town of Cervantes.

Broome’s Cable Beach is justifiably world famous for its 22 kilometres of sun-kissed white sand, turquoise

water and spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets. But what really gives it a top spot on the must-do list is the

experience of taking in all its tropical splendour from the seat of a camel train.

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Drive Western Australia – with HERTZ

Explore Western Australia by car with Hertz. Western Australia offers a range of driving experiences with spectacular and

diverse scenery from the Coral Coast to the Golden Outback, the Wineries of Margaret River to Goldfields and Wave Rock

to name just a few. Hertz is committed to offering fast, friendly and efficient service to ensure your rental experience is

smooth from beginning to end.

getting around

GROUP A

Toyota Yaris Hatch or similar

Hertz Airport fee Inclusive Rates

Group

Hertz Downtown Exclusive Rates

Group

Vehicle or Similar

Vehicle or Similar

Doors /

seats

GROUP B

Toyota Corolla Hatch or similar

Rates per day

01 Apr - 30 Nov 13

Doors /

seats

Rates per day

01 Apr - 30 Nov 13

GROUP E

Toyota Kluger or similar

Rates per day

01 Dec - 31 Mar 14

1-3 4-6 7-13 14-20 21+ 1-3 4-6 7-13 14-20 21+

ECAR Economy 3 / 4 $81 $73 $70 $67 $63 $86 $76 $73 $70 $65

CCMR Compact (manual) 5 / 5 $88 $80 $75 $72 $68 $93 $83 $80 $76 $72

ICAR Intermediate 4 / 5 $94 $85 $81 $78 $73 $98 $88 $85 $80 $75

SCAR Standard 4 / 5 $98 $88 $85 $80 $75 $102 $93 $88 $85 $80

FCAR Full Size 4 / 5 $106 $96 $91 $86 $81 $111 $99 $94 $91 $85

FFAR Full Size Wagon 5 / 5 $122 $111 $106 $101 $94 $128 $115 $111 $106 $99

PCAR Premium 5 / 5 $122 $111 $106 $101 $94 $154 $140 $133 $127 $119

FVAR 8 Seater Minivan 4 / 8 $143 $128 $124 $117 $111 $150 $135 $128 $122 $115

All cars are automatic unless otherwise stated.

Includes: Unlimited Kilometres, Damage Cover (DC) for the Hertz vehicle and Third Party Property (subject to an excess

which can be reduced); Vehicle Registration Recovery (VRR); Administration Fee Recovery, Location Fee & GST.

Excludes: Fuel, Additional Driver Fee, Young Driver surcharge, One-way Fees, Max Cover, Neverlost, Optional Services &

Optional Equipment.

Rates per day

01 Dec - 31 Mar 14

1-3 4-6 7-13 14-20 1-3 4-6 7-13 14-20

ECAR Economy 3 / 4 $67 $60 $57 $55 $70 $63 $60 $57

CCMR Compact (manual) 5 / 5 $72 $65 $62 $59 $75 $67 $65 $62

ICAR Intermediate 4 / 5 $76 $68 $65 $63 $81 $73 $70 $67

SCAR Standard 4 / 5 $80 $72 $68 $65 $85 $76 $73 $70

FCAR Full Size 4 / 5 $86 $78 $75 $70 $91 $81 $78 $75

EFAR Full Size Wagon 5 / 5 $101 $91 $86 $83 $106 $96 $91 $86

PCAR Premium 5 / 5 $101 $91 $86 $83 $125 $112 $107 $102

FVAR 8 Seater Minivan 4 / 8 $117 $106 $101 $96 $122 $111 $106 $101

All cars are automatic unless otherwise stated.

Includes: Unlimited Kilometres, Damage Cover (DC) for the Hertz vehicle and Third Party Property (subject to an excess

which can be reduced); Vehicle Registration Recovery (VRR); Administration Fee Recovery & GST.

Excludes: Location Fee, Fuel, Additional Driver Fee, Young Driver surcharge, One-way Fees, Max Cover, Neverlost,

Optional Services & Optional Equipment.

Damage Cover

On collecting your vehicle, the Hertz Representative will offer you various

optional Renter Protection Services and these services provide cover as

follows:

• ACCIDENT EXCESS REDUCTION (AER) – offers a reduction in your

liability of the Accident Damage Excess (ADE) – reduces excess to

AU$1100 but Single Vehicle Excess (SVA) of AU$2200 will apply in

remote regions. Cost of AER is AU$27 per day in Metro regions.

Includes tyre and windscreen cover on 2WD and windscreen cover on

4WD vehicles, conditions apply.

• MAXIMUM COVER (MAX) – The reduces the Accident Damage Excess

(ADE) and Single Vehicle Excess (SVA) (if applicable) to zero. Max

Cover includes tyre and windscreen damage and commercial vehicles.

Cost of Max Cover is AU$37 per day on cars and 2WD and AU$63 on

AWD/4WD and is capped at 10 days per 30 day rental period. Max

Cover for Broome & Kununurra is not available.

• If you choose to decline any of the Renter Protection Services, you

will be liable for the full Accident Damage Excess (ADE) of AU$3500

plus Single Vehicle Accident (SVA) of AU$2200 for cars and 2WD

or AU$4400 and SVA AU$4400 for AWD/4WD in the event of each

incident.

NB: This is applicable irrespective of whether you have purchased your

own private Travel Insurance that carries a Car Rental Excess provision.

General Information

• Hertz will require a deposit to be paid at the rental counter of your pick

up location. This covers any additional costs, such as fuel and optional

equipment or services. Hertz accepts all major credit cards. If the renter

does not hold a credit card, they will be required to leave a deposit of

a minimum of AU$400 in cash. Cash deposits are only acceptable on

specific car classes and at specific locations.

• Minimum driver age in Australia is 21 years on all vehicles except group

M where the minimum driving age is 25 years.

• A Young Driver Surcharge applies to all drivers aged 21-24 years of

AU$30.25 per rental day to a maximum charge of AU$211.75 per

rental. There is no set maximum driving age, however, a medical

certificate is recommended for drivers over 75 years.

• All drivers of the Hertz vehicle must carry a full, current Drivers License

that has been held for at least one year. All drivers must have their

names registered, and licence sighted, at your pick up location. There is

no charge for additional drivers.

• Once you have left New Zealand and you wish to make changes to

the rental, these changes will be charged at the local applicable rate

and paid direct.

• If you return your vehicle early, there is no refund on the unused days.

• You have a 29-minute grace period after the confirmed drop time,

before extra hour charges are incurred. Extra charges will be at the local

applicable rate and paid direct.

• One way rentals are permitted. Conditions apply.

Additional Extras

• Child seats are available on request and cost AU$16.50 per day, to a

maximum of AU$82.50 per hire and is paid direct to Hertz.

• Additional Extras, such as Baby seats, Renter Protection Services, Oneway

fees, NeverLost and Fuel may be subject to Airport Concession

Fee Recovery, Administration Recovery, GST charges and Location

Fees.

Driving Restrictions

• 2WD & AWD can only be driven on sealed roads, except roads under

repair and short access roads to National Parks, State Parks, tourist

attractions or holiday accommodation.

• Vehicles cannot be driven into or out of Tasmania

• Conditions apply if travelling above the snow line.

• Vehicles cannot be taken on any beach or taken into or exposed to salt

water. Vehicles may not be taken to Fraser Island.

• Northern Territory – Vehicles are not permitted to be driven into Jim Jim

Falls or Twin Falls. Only 4WD Group R (FFMR) vehicles may be taken on

the Mereenie Loop Road.

Western Australia – Only Class R vehicles may be driven on the Gibb

River Road, the Tunnel Creek Road, the Windjana Gorge Road, the

Cape Leveque Road or to the Bungle Bungles.

• South Australia – Vehicles may not be driven north from the Oodnadatta

Track. This includes the following areas: Dalhousie Springs, Mount Dare,

Witjira National Park, Pedirka Desert.

• Vehicles may be taken to Kangaroo Island. One way rentals are not

available to/from the Island. 2WD vehicles may not drive on unsealed

roads.

• Vehicles may be taken on trains.

• Night driving is not allowed on the Northern Territory, Kimberley,

Exmouth and Kangaroo island regions. This is a road safety issue. If an

accident occurs between dusk and dawn the renter is responsible for all

damage irrespective of the circumstances.

All inclusive MAX Rates also

available please enquire for costs.

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GREAT SOUTHERN RAIL – INDIAN PACIFIC

Indian Pacific Platinum Service Cabin by night Indian Pacific Manna Hill Queen Adelaide Restaurant

GREAT SOUTHERN RAIL – INDIAN PACIFIC

Experience the magic of Australia’s vast continent on the mighty Indian

Sydney – Adelaide – Perth (valid 1/4/2013 to 31/3/2014)

Pacific. The transcontinental train, is a three night journey from the Pacific

Ocean in the East to the Indian Ocean in the West. This epic 4,352km trip

Operates all year*

Operates during

31 August to 26 October 2013

from Sydney to Perth provides a spectacular array of backdrops including

the spectacular Blue Mountains, the Great Dividing Range, the salt lakes

and sand dunes of South Australia, the arid Nullarbor Plain and the Darling

Ranges. Marvel as the landscapes change and the diverse wildlife is exposed.

Spot kangaroos and a variety of bird life including the Wedge-tailed Eagle -

the Indian Pacific’s emblem. The most likely places to catch a glimpse of the

eagle are around Broken Hill and out on the Nullarbor Plain.

Platinum Service Includes

• Personalised Cabin Steward Service

• Private Cabin with lounge, converting to double or twin beds

• Ensuite equipped with premium fittings

• Nightcap and turn down service

• Standard wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks included

Depart Sydney

Arrive Broken Hill

Depart Broken Hill

Arrive Adelaide

Depart Adelaide

Arrive Kalgoorlie

Depart Kalgoorlie

Arrive Perth

WED

2.55pm

THURS

6.30am

8.20am

3.05pm

6.40pm

FRI

7.10pm

10.40pm

SAT

9.10am

SAT

2.55pm

SUN

6.40am

8.20am

3.05pm

6.40pm

MON

7.10pm

10.40pm

TUES

9.10am

*Platinum Service is only available on the Indian Pacific departure that operates all year.

• Morning or Afternoon tea in your cabin

• All Meals in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant

• Access to the Outback Explorer Lounge

• Off Train Excursions included

• Complimentary private transfers (up to 50km)

Gold Service Includes

• Twin Sleeper cabins which convert to upper and

lower berths with compact private ensuite

Perth – Adelaide – Sydney (valid 1/4/2013 to 31/3/2014)

Operates all year*

Operates during^

04 September to 30 October 2013

SUN

WED

Depart Perth 11.55am 11.55am

Arrive Kalgoorlie 9.50pm 9.50pm

MON

THURS

Depart Kalgoorlie 1.40am 1.40am

• Single Cabins with wash basin

TUES

FRI

• In cabin music and commentary available in cabin

• All Meals in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant

• Standard wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks included

• Access to the Outback Explorer Lounge

• Off Train Excursions included

Red Service Includes

• Comfortable Day/Nighter Seat with ample leg room

Arrive Adelaide 7.20am 7.20am

Depart Adelaide 10.00am 10.00am

Arrive Broken Hill 4.30pm 4.30am

Depart Broken Hill 6.30pm 6.30am

WED

SAT

Arrive Sydney 10.15am 10.15am

*Platinum Service is only available on the Indian Pacific departure that operates all year. ^Perth – Adelaide – Sydney –

30 Aug 13 operates Adelaide – Sydney only. ^Perth – Adelaide – Sydney – 30 Oct 13 operates Perth – Adelaide only.

• Shower and toilet facilities

• Matilda Cafe for purchase of meals and snacks

Platinum Service

Indian Pacific adult Child (4-15years)

Sydney - Perth or vice versa $5,060 $5,060

Sydney - Adelaide or vice versa $1,755 $1,755

Adelaide - Perth or vice versa $3,710 $3,710

Platinum Service only operates on selected services, please check with your travel agent for details.

Gold Service

Indian Pacific adult Child (4-15years)

Sydney - Perth or vice versa $3,150 $2,205

Sydney - Adelaide or vice versa $1,110 $895

Adelaide - Perth or vice versa $2,275 $1,565

Red Service - Day/Nighter Seat

Indian Pacific adult Child (4-15years)

Sydney - Perth or vice versa $1,129 $640

Sydney - Adelaide or vice versa $490 $280

Adelaide - Perth or vice versa $719 $405

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Perth

Perth

Visitors to Western Australia’s capital city Perth always remark on the friendly, laid back environment that welcomes them.

Blessed with more hours of sunshine each year than any other city in Australia, an awesome natural environment and a

vibrant dining and arts scene it’s no surprise that the locals are happy. Enjoy lunch at one of the restaurants or cafes, or pack

a picnic and enjoy the breath taking views over the city skyline and Swan River. Hungry for nightlife? You’ll find Perth has a

lively and original music and arts scene.

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Perth map key

Goodearth Hotel 1

Somerset St Georges Terrace Perth 2

Rendezvous Studio Hotel Perth Central 3

Mercure Perth 4

Four Points by Sheraton Perth 5

Pan Pacific Perth 6

Travelodge Perth 7

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth

Barrack Plaza 8

Mantra On Murray 9

Mantra On Hay 10

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth 11

The Richardson 12

Must See & Do

Experience Adventure World Perth’s premier fun park

Visit the Aquarium of Western Australia

Take a walk through Kings Park and Botanic Gardens

Explore the town of Fremantle

Take a day trip or overnight to Western Australia’s oldest wine region,

the Swan Valley

See the Penguins at Penguin Island

Visit Whiteman Park recreation & conservation reserve

Visit Perth Zoo

Take day trip to Rottnest Island

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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

1/2 Day Perth & Fremantle

A fantastic tour to give you a great insight into the city and the alfresco lifestyle

Perth people enjoy. At the Kings Park Botanic Gardens walk through the tree

canopies on the Tree Top Walkway for views of the Perth city skyline and see a

750 year old Boab tree. Travelling on to Fremantle, view the famous Cottesloe

Beach. Explore Fremantle’s historical port situated on the mouth of the Swan

River and find a bargain at the markets (Fri, Sat and Sun only).

Tour concludes at Barrack Street Jetty, there is no hotel drop-off available. There’s an option to cruise back along

the Swan River from Fremantle at an additional cost, please ask for more details.

Operates: Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun

Departs: 8.00am

Returns: 12.30pm

$95 per adult / $50 per child (5-15 years)

Perth, Fremantle, Swan Valley, Wildlife, wine &

chocOlate with swan river cruises

Starting in Perth city, the tour takes in all key attractions and historical points of

interest. We begin our day at the beautiful Kings Park botanical gardens. Later,

we continue to one of Perth’s best beaches, Cottesloe Beach, before arriving at

the historic port town of Fremantle. Cruise back to Perth then enjoy free time in

Perth for lunch (own expense). Travel through the historic town of Guildford to the

Swan Valley. Further on, stop for some wine tasting at a local winery, the outlet of

the Margaret River Chocolate Factory and Caversham Wildlife Park.

Operates: Wed, Fri & Sun

Departs: 7.00am

Returns: 5.30pm

$205 per adult / $130 per child (5-15 years)

Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers & Aboriginal

Culture

Heading east through the scenic Darling Ranges stop at historic York. Enjoy

the wonderfully preserved turn of the century Victorian buildings. Before a local

chicken BBQ buffet lunch we visit Hippos Yawn an unusual natural rock formation

shaped like a yawning hippopotamus. After lunch join a cultural tour of Wave

Rock. Walk around and on top of the rock as you hear of dreamtime stories and

discover special Aboriginal sacred sites. Your return journey takes you along back

roads through the heart of the Western Australian wheat belt to the small farming

town of Babakin. There is time in Babakin for Afternoon tea by the local country

women’s association (own expense).

Operates: Tue, Fri & Sun

Departs: 8.00am

Returns: 8.30pm

$260 per adult / $145 per child (5-15 years)

4WD Pinnacles, Koalas & Sand Boarding

Adventure

Head north through the Swan Valley to Caversham Wildlife Park. 4WD at Lancelin

and enjoy a thrilling ride over the massive sand dunes. Stop for lunch and a

tour at The Rock Lobster town of Cervantes (Lobster lunch option available for

an additional cost). Continue on to the Nambung National Park, home of the

amazing Pinnacles Desert. Here your driver guide takes you for an easy paced

walk through parts of this fascinating landscape. Later enjoy a sunset journey

back to Perth. If flowering, stops to view wildflowers (in season) will be made en

route.

Operates: Daily (except 25 Dec 13)

Departs: 8.00am

Returns: 7.30pm

$260 per adult / $145 per child (5-15 years)

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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

Perth’s Famous Wine Cruise

Cruise into the picturesque upper reaches of the Swan Valley where you will

sample fine wines from the Swan Valley on board the vessel before disembarking

at the prestigious Sandalford Estate for an exclusive behind the scenes tour,

video presentation and “Flight of Wines” wine tasting. A gourmet 2 course lunch

is served at Sandalford Estate before a dessert buffet and afternoon tea is served

back on board the vessel. Live entertainment follows as you enjoy complimentary

wine on the return cruise.

Operates: Daily (except Australian Public Holidays)

Departs: 9.45am

Returns: 4.45pm

Fremantle Lunch Cruise

Departing from Perth, Complimentary tea and coffee is served during the

cruise downstream. As you cruise the calm waters from Fremantle enjoy a

complimentary glass of wine or a cold beer whilst you are invited to the cold

buffet selection offering a mixed variety of gourmet salads (e.g. potato, pasta,

rice), Australian prawns and mixed continental meats with chutneys & mustards.

A combination of tempting hot dishes such as mild Indian curry and deep pan

vegetarian lasagne compliment the salads, all followed by cake.

Operates: Daily (except 25 Dec 13)

Departs: 11.30am

Returns: 2.00pm

$200 per adult / $150 per child (5-15 years)

$85 per adult / $75 per child (5-15 years)

Margaret River and Cape Leeuwin

Travel down to the coastal town of Busselton and marvel at the Busselton Jetty.

We continue south to the Margaret River region and visit the Bootleg Brewery for

local lunch with beer and cider tasting. Next we head out to explore Mammoth

Cave on a guided tour. Travelling south we pass by stunning Boranup Forest,

before driving past Augusta’s famous Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, a geographical

point of significance marking the dividing point between the Southern and Indian

Oceans. Next stop is a winery where you have the opportunity to taste some

famous Margaret River wines. Dinner is at own expense as we stop at Abbey

Beach Resort.

Experience Rottnest

Located just 19 km off the coast from Perth, Rottnest Island is the city’s favourite

holiday and day tripping destination. Only 25 minutes by ferry, the island is an

accessible location for those wishing to escape from Perth. Rottnest Island offers

the ultimate chilled out holiday atmosphere, pristine natural environment and a

seaside village charm unlike anywhere else in Western Australia.

Operates: Daily

Departs: 8.30am

Returns: 5.30pm

Operates: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat

Departs: 8.00am

Returns: 9.30pm

$260 per adult / $145 per child (5-15 years)

Experience Rottnest with Bike $160 per adult / $80 per child (5-15 years)

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Perth Accommodation

PERTH ACCOMMODATION

goodearth hotel

HHH

Goodearth Hotel offers a choice of apartment-style accommodation

options, ideal for couples and families looking for comfort and

convenience, with all the benefits of full hotel service and a focus on value

for money. Conveniently located on Adelaide Terrace Perth, just minutes

from the tranquil waters of the Swan River, Burswood Casino and Kings

Park, while Perth’s main shopping, entertainment and nightlife areas are a

short walk away or easily accessible via a regular free city bus service.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, lobby

shop, day spa / beautician & hair salon,

24-hour reception, conference facilities,

limited complimentary parking (subject to

availability), self service laundry, valet laundry

service, travel desk, internet kiosk.

Room features: Air-conditioning, TV, free

in-house movies, Foxtel (Cable TV), fridge,

kitchenette, tea/coffee facilities, phone, clock

& radio, wireless internet access, iron &

ironing board.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio Apartment: 2

One Bedroom Family Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 7 Number 1

from $ 92

TO $ 110

per person per night

somerset st georges terrace

perth

HHHH

Somerset St Georges Terrace is located in the heart of Perth. Its prime

location is within walking distance to art galleries, restaurants, bars,

department stores and many quality boutiques at Murray Street and Hay

Street Mall. To complete the picture perfect setting, the property is just a

street away from the Esplanade that overlooks the Swan River.

Property features: Fully equipped

gymnasium (off-site), 24 hour reception,

bar, restaurant, daily maid service (excludes

Sunday and Public Holidays), self service

launderette, tour desk, room service (limited),

non-smoking.

Room features: Air-conditioning, tea/coffee

facilities, in-house movies (pay to view),

cable TV, complimentary wireless broadband

internet, ironing facilities, hair dryer.

Child policy: Children 0-6 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Infants 0-2 years free in a cot.

Maximum people per room

Studio Deluxe/Executive: 2

Studio Premier: 3

Map reference: Page 7 Number 2

from $ 113

TO $ 167

per person per night

Stay 5 nights pay for 4 nights (valid 01 Apr – 31 May 13 &

1 Dec 13 – 31 Jan 14).

195 Adelaide Terrace, Perth (PER)

185 St Georges Terrace, Perth (PER)

RENDEZVOUS STUDIO HOTEL

PERTH CENTRAL

HHHH

from $ 116

TO $ 177

per person per night

MERCURE PERTH

HHHH

from $ 134

TO $ 189

per person per night

With warm service and a welcoming atmosphere, the hotel is perfect for

both business travellers and holiday makers. Rendezvous Studio Hotel

Perth Central sits in its own cul-de-sac off Mount Street, close to the

city’s main street of St George’s Terrace. With views of the city skyline

and the Swan River, the hotel is just minutes from the Perth Convention

and Exhibition Centre and a short stroll to magnificent Kings Park and the

Botanical Gardens.

Property features: Restaurant, secure car

parking (subject to availability and charges

apply), exercise room, conference facilities,

safety deposit boxes, laundry service, internet

access.

Room features: Air-conditioning, kitchenettes,

hairdryer, telephone, broadband internet.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Superior Room: 3

Deluxe Room: 3

Map reference: Page 7 Number 3

Experience the professional service, comfort and style of Mercure Perth.

A convenient city location; strolling distance to the business district,

shopping malls, restaurants, entertainment and the Swan River foreshore.

Stylish, air-conditioned rooms offer space and comfort. Restaurant Ten

offers an extensive buffet breakfast. Unwind with a pre-dinner cocktail in

the elegant lobby bar, Tonic; open in the evenings until late. Casual street

side dining at Hydrant Bar and Café provides a great atmosphere to enjoy

dinner, fine coffee, light meals or a few drinks. We do offer 24 hour room

service facility that will tantalize your taste buds.

Property features: Restaurant, 2 bars,

café, room service, conference facilities, self

service laundry, valet laundry service, travel

desk, heated open air roof top pool, gym,

spa and sauna, valet parking.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

TV, mini bar, ironing facilities, tea/coffee

facilities, phone, internet facilities, iPod

docking stations, desk, clock & radio.

Child policy: Children 0-16 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard/Superior/Privilege Room: 3

Map reference: Page 7 Number 4

Stay 3 or more nights and enjoy complimentary full buffet

breakfast daily for 2 persons (valid for stays Thurs to Sun

nights).

24 Mount Street, Perth (PER)

10 Irwin Street, Perth (PER)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Four points by Sheraton

Perth

HHHH

Following a multi-million dollar upgrade Four Points Perth offers 278

refurbished guestrooms and a convenient location at the western end of

Perth’s CBD, opposite the Perth Arena. Step out for great local shopping,

sports, nightlife and more. Recharge your batteries in the fitness centre,

stay connected with free Wi-Fi in the lobby. After a full day of exploring

relax in The Eatery restaurant with a tasty meal or kick back with a beer in

the bar.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, 24-hour

reception, fitness room, conference facilities.

Room features: Iron & ironing board, tea/

coffee facilities, mini bar, Wi-Fi & broadband

internet access, work desk, in-room safe,

valet dry cleaning.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Superior/Deluxe/Studio Room: 3

Deluxe Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 7 Number 5

from $ 134

TO $ 240

per person per night

PAN PACIFIC PERTH

HHHHH

Located moments from the Swan River, Pan Pacific Perth offers a central

location a short walk from the city’s bustling business, shopping and

entertainment districts, and 30 minutes from Perth International Airport.

The 486 guest rooms and suites provide a great place to relax, work or

play with thoughtful touches including high speed Wi-Fi access. You’ll be

spoilt for choice when it comes to dining at two of our restaurants that

offer superb Australian cuisine.

Property features: Bar, 2 restaurants, club

lounge, room service, 24 hour gym, day

spa, business centre, conference facilities,

currency exchange, lifts, public parking

nearby, luggage storage, internet facilities,

wireless internet and safe deposit.

Room features: Bath, bathrobes, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, TV, fridge,

mini bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee

facilities, internet data point and clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room/Pacific Club King: 3

Deluxe King: 2

Map reference: Page 7 Number 6

from $ 146

TO $ 228

per person per night

Perth Accommodation

707 Wellington Street, Perth (PER)

Stay a minimum of 3 consecutive nights and receive

complimentary buffet breakfast in Eatery Restaurant daily for

all guests in a room (maximum of 3 adults), (Valid 01 April 2013

to 31 March 2014).

207 Adelaide Terrace, Perth (PER)

travelodge perth

HHH

Situated in the heart of the CBD, Travelodge Perth is nestled in a

picturesque area, close to the major shopping area and a short stroll from

the beautiful Swan River. Visitors to Perth can take advantage of the free

city bus service found on the hotel doorstep that will deliver them to top

local attractions. Whether the visit to Perth is for business or pleasure,

travellers will be delighted by the great city location and fabulous facilities.

Property features: Restaurant, conference

facilities, disabled facilities, parking.

Room features: En-suite bathroom, LCD

TV screens, tea/coffee facilities, minibar,

cable TV.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Guest Room: 4

Superior Balcony Room: 3

Map reference: Page 7 Number 7

from $ 158

TO $ 163

per person per night

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth

Barrack Plaza

HHHH

from $ 188

TO $ 216

per person per night

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth Barrack Plaza is conveniently located in

the heart of Perth on the corner of Wellington and Barrack Streets with

many apartments offering views over the city and Northbridge. This

contemporary apartment hotel is minutes from major shopping areas such

as Murray Street Mall and is opposite the central railway station. The hotel

is a stroll from the Barrack Street ferry terminal and the Swan Bells and

only a short drive to stunning Kings Park, home of the Botanic Gardens.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, coffee

shop, room service (limited hours), disabled

facilities, lift, parking (charge applies), valet

laundry service, non-smoking rooms, gym,

outdoor pool.

Room features: Bath, shower, hairdryer,

balcony/patio, air-conditioning, colour TV,

in-house movies, cable TV, fridge, mini bar,

full kitchen (apartments only), microwave,

ironing facilities, tea/coffee facilities,

telephone, internet data point, clock & radio,

smoke detector.

Child policy: Children 3-11 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio: 2

Standard/Premier One Bedroom: 3

Standard/Premier/Executive Two

Bedroom: 5

Map reference: Page 7 Number 8

Stay 4 nights and pay for 3 nights (valid 01-18 Dec 13,

02-31 Jan 14).

Stay 5 nights and pay for 4 nights (valid 01-18 Dec 13,

02-31 Jan 14).

417 Hay Street, Perth (PER)

138 Barrack Street, Perth (PER)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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Perth Accommodation

mantra on murray

HHHH

Property features: 24 hour reception,

restaurant, bar, laundry facilities, valet laundry

service, room service, conference facilities.

Room features: Kitchenette, hairdryer,

ironing facilities, internet access, in-house

movies, ISD/STD direct dial telephone, cable

TV, mini bar, tea/coffee facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

King/Queen Studio: 2

Business Suite: 2

Superior Suite/Deluxe Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 7 Number 9

from $ 192

per person per night

Mantra on Murray delivers stylish, contemporary accommodation in the

heart of Perth’s CBD and vibrant shopping precinct and is an ideal base

for business travellers, holiday makers and long-term guests. Featuring

spacious, fully-equipped studios and suites. Located in the foyer, 305

Bar & Restaurant offers guests an intimate atmosphere to enjoy tempting

delights from the menu or a relaxing beverage. Perth’s trendy nightlife and

café district is a mere five minutes stroll away. Major attractions including

the Subiaco Oval, Burswood Casino and Convention & Exhibition Centre

are easily accessible from the hotel.

mantra on hay

HHHH

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, 24 hour reception, conference

facilities, parking (fee), valet laundry service,

tour bookings available through reception,

gymnasium, rooftop indoor pool.

Apartment features: Air-conditioning

hairdryer, in-house movies, cable TV, mini bar,

microwave (in some rooms), ironing facilities,

tea/coffee facilities, phone, wireless internet

facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Hotel Room: 2

Two Bedroom One Bathroom/

Two Bedroom Two Bathroom: 5

Three Bedroom: 7

Map reference: Page 7 Number 10

from $ 195

per person per night

Nestled at the east end of Hay Street and just minutes away from the

majestic Swan River, holiday makers and business travellers alike will

enjoy the central locality, premier facilities and friendly service on offer at

Mantra on Hay. Hotel Rooms and apartments are styled to reflect Perth’s

relaxed, yet sophisticated style and designed for premium comfort and

convenience. Each apartment features a fully-equipped kitchen, bathroom

and laundry, plus separate lounge, dining areas and many rooms also

boast a private balcony. Cornerstone Bar and Kitchen is located within the

hotel and opens daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Address 305 Murray (NAN) Street, Perth (PER)

201 Hay Street, Perth (PER)

Adina Apartment Hotel Perth

HHHH

from $ 198

TO $ 228

per person per night

THE RICHARDSON

HHHHH Boutique

from $ 280

TO $ 324

per person per night

Perth has been likened to one big holiday resort with many attractions,

great climate, miles of clean beaches and waterways, theatre, fine dining

and sports of every kind. Adina Apartment Hotel Perth makes the perfect

base! The hotel is ideally located in the city centre, on site at the Perth

Convention and Exhibition Centre, close to the magnificent Kings Park.

Jump on the free city transport system operating from the bus terminal

adjacent to the hotel to discover this great destination.

The Richardson is Perth’s leading five star boutique hotel. Spacious

and elegant, the rooms and suites at The Richardson provide luxury

accommodation - ideally located within walking distance from Perth’s

CBD, King’s Park & Botanical Garden and cosmopolitan Subiaco.

Amongst the highlights of a stay at The Richardson are the pampering

ESPA treatments designed for The Spa and innovative dining in the

celebrated Opus Restaurant, under the direction of Chef Nathan Thomas.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, coffee

shop, conference facilities, valet laundry

service, outdoor pool.

Apartment features: Hairdryer, balcony/

patio, air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable

TV, mini bar, microwave, ironing facilities,

safe, tea/coffee facilities, phone, internet

facilities, clock & radio.

Child policy: Children 3-11 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio: 2

Premier/Premier Grand One Bedroom: 3

Premier/Premier Grand Two Bedroom: 5

Premier Grand Three Bedroom: 7

Map reference: Page 7 Number 11

Property features: Restaurant, spa,

conference facilities, internet facilities, health

club, fitness centre, indoor pool.

Room features: Air-conditioning, hairdryer,

in-house movies, cable TV, video, DVD,

fridge, mini bar, galley bars, private balcony,

ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee facilities.

Child policy: One child 0-12 years stays free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding

in a Deluxe Room.

Maximum people per room

Executive/Deluxe Room: 2

Deluxe Suite: 2

Deluxe Two Bedroom: 3

Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 7 Number 12

Stay 5 nights and pay for 4 nights (valid 01-18 Dec 13,

02-31 Jan 14).

33 Mounts Bay Road, Perth (PER) 32 Richardson Street, Perth (per)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Swan Valley

The Swan Valley is Western Australia’s oldest wine region and

has earned its reputation as Perth’s Valley of Taste. Situated

just 25 minutes from the city, the Valley seduces visitors with

a rich fusion of wine, food, art, scenery and nature. You can

experience its many wonders along the award winning Swan

Valley Food and Wine Trail – a 32 kilometre loop taking in

more than 150 attractions including wineries, lively breweries,

fine restaurants, bustling cafes, distilleries, shops,

accommodation and roadside stalls selling fresh local

produce. The Swan Valley is a world of surprises just minutes

away from Perth’s doorstep.

Must See & Do

Swan Valley Food & Wine Trail

NOVOTEL SWAN VALLEY

VINES RESORT

HHHH

from $ 128

TO $ 165

per person per night

Located in Western Australia’s oldest wine growing region and just 35

minutes from Perth city centre. All rooms have views over the world

famous golf course or resort grounds with the resort located only minutes

from award winning wineries and art galleries.

Property features: 2 restaurants, 2 bars,

conference facilities, free parking, a swimming

pool, spa, gym, tennis and squash courts, 36

hole golf course.

Room features: Air-conditioning, balcony,

mini bar (hotel room only, not in apartments),

shower & bath, tea/coffee facilities, ironing

facilities, in-house movies (fee applies).

Child policy: Children 0-15 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Resort Room: 3

Superior Room: 2

Deluxe Spa/Executive Spa Suite: 2

Two Bedroom Apartment: 4

Three Bedroom Apartment: 6

Swan Valley & Fremantle

Visit the many Breweries and Distilleries

Attractions at Historic Guildford

Great day’s drive through the Swan Valley with The Great Valley Rally.

Fremantle

Fremantle is one of Western Australia’s most historic and

beautiful cities. The city is recognised as the best preserved 19th

century seaport in the world. Over 150 buildings in the port city

area are classified by the National Trust including The Round

House built in 1831, The Esplanade Hotel built in the 1890’s and

the Fremantle Prison built by convict labour in the 1850’s. ‘Freo’

as it is known to the locals is located at the mouth of the Swan

River and is part of the Perth metropolitan area being only 20

kilometres from Perth city. A browse through the markets or a

leisurely stop at one of the numerous cafes and restaurants will

complement your exploration.

Verdelho Drive, The Vines (TVN)

Esplanade Hotel Fremantle –

by Rydges

HHHH

from $ 137

TO $ 171

per person per night

The Esplanade Hotel Fremantle – by Rydges is a stunning, elegant

property designed in colonial style featuring modern facilities. The Hotel

overlooks parklands, the Indian Ocean and Fremantle’s famous Fishing

Boat Harbour.

Property features: Two restaurants, bar,

room service (24 hours), disabled facilities,

lift, valet parking, two swimming pools, three

outdoor spas, sauna, gym.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

LCD TV with Foxtel, mini bar, ironing facilities,

safe, tea/coffee facilities, direct dial phone,

Wi-Fi broadband internet, desk.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Superior Room: 3

Must See & Do

Fremantle Walking Trails

Round House and Whalers Tunnel

Fremantle Markets

Fremantle Prison

Cnr Marine Terrace & Essex Street, Fremantle, Perth (JFM)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Scarborough & Mandurah

Scarborough

Scarborough is located on the west

coast, just a short 15 minute drive west

from the heart of Perth city. The regular

swell, impressive surf breaks and long

stretch of white sand attracts swimmers,

surfers and body boarders. At night,

Scarborough’s foreshore comes alive.

There are many restaurants and cafes to

choose from, or you can pack a picnic

and enjoy the large grassed areas,

public barbecues and gazebos.

Must See & Do

Walk around Marine Drive

Visit Peasholm Park

Walk along the Esplanade

Explore the Castle Headland

Rendezvous

Grand Hotel

HHHH

from $ 120

TO $ 231

per person per night

A beachfront hotel overlooking the soft white sand

of Scarborough Beach. Just a 30-minute drive from

Perth Airport and only 15 minutes from Perth’s central

business district, you will appreciate having the beach

at your doorstep and easy access to some of the

area’s main attractions.

Property features: 336 stylish rooms and suites, tropical

lagoon-style heated swimming pool and children’s wading

pool, gym, 24 hour reception, spa, valet parking.

Room features: Air-conditioning, heating, non smoking

rooms, balcony/patio, in-room safe, mini bar, fridge, tea/

coffee facilities, satellite TV, internet, alarm clock radio,

hairdryer, iron/board, daily service.

Child Policy: Children 0-2 years can stay free when

sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Superior: 4

Deluxe Room: 3

Rendezvous Club Room: 3

seashells

scarborough

HHHH

from $ 192

TO $ 224

per person per night

Situated directly opposite the Beach, offering 2

bedroom fully self contained apartments,all with views

of the Indian Ocean. The property is only a short stroll

to a number of restaurants, cafés, bars and shops and

just 20 minutes drive from Perth City.

Property features: 47 apartments, 4 floors, lift, free

parking, barbecue, sauna, outdoor pool.

Room features: Hairdryer, balcony, air-conditioning, free

in-house movies, TV, video / DVD, iPod dock, fridge, full

kitchen, dishwasher, spa bath, shower, microwave, hot

plate, ironing facilities, phone, internet facilities, clock &

radio, safe, tea/coffee facilities, washing machine.

Child policy: Children 0-14 years stay free when sharing

with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Two Bedroom Superior Apartment: 4

Two Bedroom Collections: 4

Three Bedroom Sandcastles: 6

Head up Olivers Mount

The Esplanade Scarborough (PER)

178 The Esplanade, Scarborough (PER)

Mandurah

Boasting an astonishing aquatic

playground and cosmopolitan lifestyle

it’s no wonder Mandurah is so popular

to visit. With delightful restaurants and

cafes, crystal clear blue water and an

abundance of activities for the whole

family. Take a fishing charter for the

day, tee off for 9 or 18 holes on one of

the world class golf courses.

sebel

mandurah

HHHH

from $ 97

TO $ 140

per person per night

seashells

mandurah

HHHH

from $ 132

TO $ 172

per person per night

Must See & Do

Twilight cruise down Peel-Harvey Estuary

Serpentine Falls on Kitty’s Gorge Walk

Walk through the treetops at Dwellingup’s

leaf-shaped Forest Heritage Centre

Discover the thrombolite ‘living fossils’ at

Lake Clifton in Yalgorup National Park

Superbly located on the beautiful Mandurah Estuary, this

stylish and contemporary 4.5 star hotel offers stunning

estuary and canal vistas. The hotel is part of a complex

providing lively cafes, restaurants and bars and is a short

stroll from picturesque beaches and world class golf

courses.

Property features: 24-hour reception, BBQ facilities, room

service, daily house keeping, valet dry cleaning and laundry,

15m heated lap pool, gymnasium, outdoor sundeck,

conference facilities.

Room features: Air-conditioning, in-room safe, IDD/STD

telephones, mini bar, hairdryer, high speed broadband

internet, Foxtel, in-house movies.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years stay free when sharing

with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Superior/Superior Water View: 3

Just under an hour’s drive south of Perth, enjoy

absolute beachfront location on Comet Bay, adjacent

to the Mandurah Ocean Marina with breathtaking

views. The aquatic playground of Mandurah offers an

abundance of water activities.

Property features: Infinity-edge outdoor heated

swimming pool and spa, BBQ’s & entertaining area, tennis

court, meeting & conference facilities, disabled facilities,

complimentary secure parking.

Room features: kitchen & laundry, spa bath, private

balconies, movies on demand, Foxtel (cable TV), broadband

internet access, iPod dock, air-conditioning, hairdryer, safe.

Child policy: Children 0-14 years stay free when sharing

with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

1 Bedroom: 2

2 Bedroom: 4

4WD along Preston Beach and the sandy

dunes south of Tim’s Thicket Beach

1 Marco Polo Drive, Mandurah (MRH)

16 Dolphin Drive, Mandurah (MRH)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Australia’s south west

Few places in the world can boast such an amazing mix of elements as the south west. Here, beautiful beaches, forests

and world class wineries blend together, creating an idyllic holiday destination. Western Australia’s wineries are recognised

as some of the best in the world still maintaining a warm and personal approach. While Margaret River is justifiably one of

the most popular towns, Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup in the Margaret River region and Pemberton, Denmark and

Albany further south are growing in reputation. Once you’ve found your favorite wine, it’s tempting to pick up a supply of local

cheeses, chocolates and ice cream and cocoon yourself at a luxury retreat. There are also some amazing natural attractions

to discover ‘down south’ as the locals call it. Wild surf beaches alternate with secluded bays. You can paddle down peaceful

rivers or search for whales at sea. Tall tree forests, underground caves and dramatic sea cliffs make a visit to this region

truly unique.

Australia’s South West

MUST SEE & DO

Whale Watching (seasonal)

Visit the Busselton Jetty

Walk the Bibbulmun Track

Experience the Margaret River food and wine

Dive the HMAS Swan Dive Wreck

Visit the Stirling and Porongurup Range National

Parks

Explore the Ngilgi Cave

Swim with the friendly dolphins of Koombdana Bay

Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

abbey beach

resort

HHHH

from $ 110

TO $ 120

per person per night

Seashells

Yallingup

HHHH

from $ 165

TO $ 229

per person per night

pULLMAN RESORT

bunker bay

HHHHH

from $ 170

TO $ 255

per person per night

Busselton accommodation at its finest, Abbey

Beach Resort sits at the coastal gateway to

the South West Region of Western Australia.

Our luxury accommodation in Busselton is the

perfect place to base yourself while visiting

the South West.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room service (24

hours), disabled facilities (2 bedroom apartments only), lift,

parking, barbecue, gym, sauna, spa, pool, tennis court.

Room features: Shower, jacuzzi, hairdryer, balcony, airconditioning,

10 Foxtel channels, cable TV, video, DVD,

CD, stereo, fridge, mini bar, microwave, ironing facilities,

tea/coffee facilities, phone.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years stay free when sharing

with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio/Studio Spa Suite: 2

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 6

Three Bedroom Apartment: 8

A three hour drive south of Perth, in the

heart of the Margaret River wine region,

lies Seashells Yallingup. Set in beautiful

extensive gardens, by the sea at Yallingup

Beach, adjacent to the magnificently restored,

heritage listed Caves House.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, garden bar,

conference facilities, BBQ’s, tour desk, disabled facilities,

free car parking, internet facilities.

Room features: Self contained apartments with kitchen

and laundry, spa bath in some, plasma TV, cable TV,

free in-house movies, broadband internet access, iPod

dock, balconies with garden views, tea/coffee facilities,

air-conditioning.

Child policy: Children 0-14 years stay free when

sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Apartment: 2

Two Bedroom Apartment: 4

Superbly located in the world renowned

Margaret River Wine Region and bordering

Cape Naturaliste National Park, this luxurious

beachfront resort is nestled on the edge of the

dazzling Indian Ocean and picturesque Bunker

Bay. This magnificent resort and spa is located

approximately 3 hours from Perth.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room service, day

spa, disabled facilities, parking, valet laundry service, all

rooms non smoking, tennis court, gym, outdoor heated

pool, playground, free Wi-Fi in reception areas.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-house

movies, cable TV, video, DVD, CD, stereo, dishwasher,

fridge, mini bar, microwave, hot plate, ironing facilities,

safe, tea/coffee facilities, phone, internet data point &

desk.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free when

sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio/Studio Lake View Villa: 3

Two Bedroom Villa: 5

595 Bussell Highway, Broadwater (BSZ) 1 Yallingup Beach Road, Yallingup (YUP) Bunker Bay Road, Bunker Bay (MGV)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Australia’s Coral Coast

Australia’s coral coast

The Indian Ocean is teeming with marine life including humpback whales, dolphins, turtles, dugongs and colourful tropical

fish. Whale Sharks pass by each year from April to July at Ningaloo Reef. There’s also the chance to swim with graceful

manta rays, or snorkel over the reef which is only a few metres from shore. Pristine waters make visibility excellent and

Western Australia’s weather means you hardly ever need a wetsuit. Inland, the wildflowers rival the coral for colour. With over

12,000 species on show between July and November, the wildflower season is one of the State’s best loved natural

attractions.

SAIL NINGALOO

Come and experience the pristine Ningaloo Reef aboard the luxurious sailing catamaran,

Shore Thing. Our all inclusive overnight sailing holidays allow you to see and experience

more whilst still having plenty of time to relax and unwind. We include for your use:

snorkelling equipment (mask & snorkel, fins, 3 & 5mm wetsuits), kayaking equipment,

fishing equipment and scuba tanks and weights. Come and experience Western

Australia’s very own world class Ningaloo Reef in comfort & style with Sail Ningaloo!

Tour options:

3 Night Coral Garden Spectacular

5 Night Ningaloo Escape

9 Night Ultimate

Pricing based on 3 night Coral Garden Spectacular in a stateroom.

$2,430 per adult / $915 per child (7-15 years)

Ningaloo Reef

Resort

HHH

from $ 140

per person per night

monkey mia

dolphin resort

HHH

from $ 165

per person per night

Novotel

Ningaloo Resort

EXMOUTH HHHH

from $ 180

TO $ 210

per person per night

Ningaloo Reef Resort’s is the ideal place to

unwind and experience Western Australia’s very

own tropical playground. The Resort features a

range of accommodation for all tastes, from motel

style rooms to apartments. With warm weather

throughout the year, Ningaloo Reef Resort in

Coral Bay is the perfect getaway.

Property features: 34 rooms, 15 apartments, non

smoking floors, ECO accredited, 24 hrs reception,

parking, bar, pool, tour desk, laundry service.

Room features: Aircon, balcony/patio, fridge, tea/

coffee facilities, TV, free in-house movies, wireless

internet (at a charge), hairdryer, iron board, daily service.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years stay free when sharing

with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Castaway Unit: 4

Beachcomber Unit: 5

Apartment Garden: 6

Apartment Ocean: 6

Grand: 8

Penthouse: 2

Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort is the only place

to meet the dolphins of Monkey Mia. Absolute

beachfront accommodation in the heart of Shark

Bay World Heritage Area, the Resort includes

accommodation options for all travellers with a

variety of rooms from backpackers to luxury villas.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, coffee shop, mini

mart, conference facilities, disabled facilities, parking,

self service laundry, barbecue, beach, fishing, sailing

cruises on Shotover catamaran, outdoor pool, tennis

court, internet kiosks.

Room features: Hairdryer (on request), balcony, airconditioning,

in-house movies, TV, fridge, kitchenette

(applicable to Limestone Garden Villa only), ironing

facilities, tea/coffee facilities, phone, desk.

Child policy: Children 0-6 years stay free when sharing

with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Garden/Beachfront Villa: 3

Beachside Dolphin Unit: 2

Limestone Garden Villa: 5

Stay 7 nights and pay for 6 nights

(not applicable to Beachfront Villas;

Valid 01 Apr 13 – 31 Mar 14).

Located in the Marina Village, right on Sunrise

Beach, is at the gateway to World Heritage listed

Ningaloo Marine Park and Cape Range National

Park. The deluxe resort’s enviable location

provides a convenient, casual yet stylish base for

visitors to explore this fascinating area.

Property features: All rooms non-smoking, room

service (24 hours), disabled facilities, parking, pool, gym,

restaurant, bar.

Room features: Air-conditioning, tea/coffee facilities,

small fridge, TV, DVD, stereo, bathroom with spa bath

(not in standard rooms & 1 bedroom apartments)

and shower, balcony, outdoor table and chairs and

sunlounge.

Child policy: Children 0-16 years stay free when

sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard/Superior: 2

One Bedroom: 2

Two Bedroom: 2

1 Robinson Street, Coral Bay (ZZY) Monkey Mia Road, Shark Bay, Monkey Mia (MJK) Lot 900 Madaffari Drive, Exmouth (EXM)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Australia’s North West

The North West is a vast wilderness area waiting to be explored. At the Karijini National Park, the red earth suddenly opens up

to reveal dramatic gorges, secret canyons and enticing rock pools. For an indigenous perspective on the area, stop by the

Interpretive Centre as you enter the park; also in the Pilbara, there are more than 10,000 rock engravings making it one of the

most important indigenous art sites in the country. The Kimberley coastline is equally breathtaking.

Australia’s North West

Broome Sights tour

This multi award winning boutique tour is your first port of call when exploring

Broome. Enjoy a professional, entertaining introduction into “Broome Time” with

our experienced local guides. The tour includes Cable Beach, Gantheaume Point,

Japanese Cemetery, Matso’s beer tasting voucher, Chinatown and Pearl Luggers

for morning tea.

Operates: Daily (April to October), for departures November to March

please enquire for tour times

Departs: Approximately 8.30am / Returns: Approximately 11.15am

$70 per adult / $40 per child (5-15 years)

Willie Creek Pearl Farm Tour

Discover how the rare and beautiful ‘Australian South Sea Pearl’ is produced

at the multi-award winning Willie Creek Pearl Farm in Broome. This 4 hour tour

will provide you with a unique insight into the modern cultured pearling process.

Learn how our technicians seed a live oyster to produce a pearl and cruise

the creek’s azure waters to view our oyster panels suspended in their natural

environment.

Operates: Daily (Apr – Sep) & Sun – Fri (Oct – Mar)

Departs / Returns: Please enquire for tour times

$115 per adult / $60 per child (5-15 years)

mercure

broome

HHHH

from $ 104

TO $ 146

per person per night

Oaks Cable Beach

Sanctuary

HHHH

from $ 133

TO $ 185

per person per night

Seashells

Resort Broome

HHHH

from $ 141

TO $ 192

per person per night

Located within walking distance of the centre

of town; the hotel features well equipped

rooms and offers friendly, affordable

accommodation in a truly breathtaking

setting. Perfect atmosphere for relaxation or

adventure.

Property features: 2 outdoor swimming pools, BBQ,

free car parking, internet access, meeting rooms, tour

desk, laundry service.

Room features: Air-conditioning, hairdryer, iron

and ironing board, tea/coffee facilities, room service,

telephone, radio, TV.

Child policy: Children 0-13 years stay free when

sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 3

Superior Pool View: 2

A luxury resort offering the perfect blend of

apartment style accommodation and resort

style facilities. It is only a short stroll from the

beautiful sandy shores of Cable Beach and a

5 minute drive from the centre of Broome and

Chinatown.

Property features: Lagoon style swimming pool,

children’s wading pool, restaurant open 7 days for

breakfast & dinner, free car parking, reception open from

6am-10.30pm, all rooms are non-smoking.

Room features: Self-contained apartments, courtyard

or balcony with garden or pool views, telephone,

complimentary Wi-Fi Internet, television/DVD, tea/coffee

facilities, laundry facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-12 stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Studio Room: 2

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Three Bedroom Villa: 7

Three Bedroom Plunge: 7

Located 300m from Cable Beach and five

minutes drive from the Broome airport and

town centre. Lush, tropical gardens surround a

choice of apartments and bungalows, making

the accommodation private and tranquil.

Property features: Disabled facilities, small shop,

parking, tour desk, barbecue, heated outdoor spa,

heated/chilled outdoor pool, children’s pool, playground.

Apartment features: Hairdryer, balcony,

air-conditioning, overhead fan, free in-house movies,

cable TV, DVD, CD, stereo, fridge, full kitchen, internet

facilities, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee facilities,

phone, desk, washing machine, iPod dock.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years stay free when

sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

One Bedroom Apartment: 2

Two Bedroom Apartment: 4

Three Bedroom Bungalow: 6

1 Weld Street, Broome (BME)

1 Lullfitz Drive, Cable Beach (BME) 4-6 Challenor Drive, Cable Beach (BME)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Kununurra

Kununurra

Kununurra is well located about a three hour flight north of Perth, it’s the gateway to the East Kimberley. From here visit

Purnululu National Park and Bungle Bungle range, Lake Argyle, Mitchell Plateau, Ord River and Argyle Diamond Mine.

Although Kununurra is a fairly young town, it sits on an ancient landscape where early Aboriginal tribes roamed. Lake

Kununurra is a year-round playground for water sports enthusiasts and Lake Argyle is so vast it’s rated as an inland sea.

EL QUESTRO wilderness park full day tour

The El Questro full day tour is the only way to really experience the Wilderness

Park. Accompanied by an El Questro ranger, the tour incorporates Emma Gorge,

Zebedee Springs and Chamberlain Gorge, 3 of our best attractions.

Highlights include:

• Road transfer to El Questro Wilderness Park with commentary on the region’s

points of interest

• Emma Gorge – walk (medium to difficult) and swim

• Emma Gorge Restaurant – morning tea

• Zebedee Thermal Springs – time to relax in the hot springs

• Visit The Station – lunch at the Steakhouse Restaurant

• Enjoy the changing colours of the towering cliffs whilst sipping sparkling wine

as the Wadjina boat cruises through the gorge

Operates: Daily, 7 days a week (01 Apr – 31 Oct 13)

Departs from Kununurra: Approximately 7.00am

Returns to Kununurra: Approximately 6.30pm

$320 per adult / $160 per child (5-12 years)

Ibis Styles

Kununurra

HHH

from $ 98

TO $ 122

per person per night

KUNUNURRA

COUNTRY CLUB

RESORT

HHHHH

from $ 128

TO $ 150

per person per night

EL QUESTRO

HOMESTEAD

Boutique

from $ 1188

per person per night

Ibis Styles Kununurra is located 1km from

the town centre and 4km from the airport.

The property is positioned close to many

attractions including Kellys Knob, the Bungle

Bungles and Lake Argyle. Guests can also

enjoy many National Park walking trails

nearby.

Property features: 60 rooms, a restaurant, bar and

pool, tour desk, laundry service.

Room features: Air-conditioning, telephone, radio, TV,

manual temperature control, Wi-Fi, tea/coffee facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years stay free when

sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Standard Room: 4

Superior Room: 3

Kununurra Country Club Resort is the ideal

sanctuary to explore Australia’s north west.

The Resort features modern rooms set in lush

tropical gardens a great retreat after a long

day exploring the Kimberley World Heritage

Area.

Property features: Swimming pool, 3 bars, restaurant

and conference facilities.

Room features: Air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, TV with Foxtel,

ISD, IDD telephone, iron and iron board, bar fridge, tea/

coffee facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years stay free when sharing

with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Club/Triple Room: 3

The Homestead is an exclusive oasis in the

rugged Kimberley terrain. Perched on a cliff top

with vistas of one of the prettiest locations on the

Chamberlain River, The Homestead is a relaxed

retreat catering for a maximum of 18 guests.

Inclusions: All dining and beverages, selected tours

and El Questro Wilderness Park Permit. Additional

charges apply for Cellar Master List.

Property features: Swimming pool, tennis court, bar.

Room features: Air-conditioning, Bose sound system

with CD player and iPod connectivity, mini bar, tea/

coffee facilities, serviced twice daily.

Child policy: Children 12 years and under are not

catered for.

Maximum people per room

Homestead Room: 2

Chamberlain Gorge Room: 2

Chamberlain Suite: 2

Cliff Side Retreat: 2

Stay 7 nights and pay for 6 nights

(Valid 01 Apr 13 – 31 Mar 14).

Messmate Way (KNX) 47 Coolibah Drive (KNX) Gibb River Road (KBD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Booking Conditions

1. Our Services and Obligations

1.1 The services within this brochure are supplied by wholesaler

GO Holidays, a division of Stella Travel Services NZ. They

consist of arranging and co-ordinating travel, entertainment and

accommodation facilities and services, and making bookings,

issuing tickets and issuing vouchers to be redeemed by

suppliers.

1.2 We undertake to perform these services with reasonable care

and skill. We will not be liable for any loss or damage, or loss of

enjoyment which result from the act, default or omission of any

person other than ourselves or employees, or any cause

beyond our control. This includes (but is not limited to) loss,

damage or loss of enjoyment which arises directly or indirectly

from an Act of God, weather disruptions, dangers incidental to

sea, fire, breakdown in machinery or equipment, acts of

Government or authorities whether legitimate or not, wars

whether declared or not, hostilities, acts of terrorism, civil

disturbances, strikes, lockouts, riots, deaths, pilferage,

epidemics, quarantines or medical, customs or immigration or

emigration regulations.

1.3 We are not able to exercise control over services we do not

supply directly, therefore we will not be responsible for any loss

or damage arising from:

• Any booking made directly with a service supplier by your

travel agent or by yourself direct; or

• Any services which are not provided by us and which are

additional to those described in this brochure.

1.4 We will endeavour to provide the most suitable travel

arrangements to meet the particular requirements you make

known to us. However, travel is an individual experience, and

your preferences and opinions may vary from our own. For this

reason, we cannot take responsibility for your individual

satisfaction, neither can we take responsibility for weather nor

for compatibility of fellow guests or staff during the course of

your travel.

2. Supply of Travel, Entertainment, Accommodation Service

and Facilities

2.1 When we make bookings with the providers of travel,

accommodation, entertainment, activities, facilities or services

(“the Suppliers”) we are acting as a booking agent for the

Suppliers.

2.2 All travel, entertainment, activities, and accommodation

facilities or services are supplied directly to you by the Supplier.

We have no control over the facilities or services themselves, or

the manner in which they are provided by the Suppliers.

Therefore you should be aware of the following conditions:

• GO Holidays Limited will not be liable for any loss or damage

of any kind that may arise from your use or consumption of,

or inability to use or consume those facilities or services.

• The provision of those facilities or services is subject to the

terms and conditions of your contract with each Supplier.

• Where for any reason, a Supplier is unable to provide

particular facilities or services, then that Supplier may be

entitled, under its contract with you to substitute those

services or facilities with comparable or equivalent facilities

or services without incurring any liability to you. You should

check your contract with each Supplier.

• All facilities or services described by us are subject to

availability from the Supplier.

• GO Holidays Limited will not be liable or responsible for any

loss or damage relating to your baggage, personal

possessions, health or welfare, or delays or travel disruptions

unless these arise directly from the service we provide to you.

3. Business Purposes

You agree that where our services are acquired for business

purposes, or where you hold yourself out as acquiring our

services for business purposes, the Consumer Guarantees Act

1993 will not apply to any supply of goods or services made

under these conditions, and we will not be liable or responsible

for any loss or damage of any kind to you, including any

consequential loss or damage however it may be caused.

4. Information in the Brochure

4.1 This brochure was published on 28 June 2013 and is valid for

services used 01 April 2013 – 31 March 2014 unless otherwise

advised. Exchange rates used when costing this brochure are

as at 15 June 2013.

4.2 While we have exercised reasonable care and skill to ensure

that the contents of this brochure are correct, accurate, and

up-to-date at the time of publishing, please note that the

contents of this brochure are based on information supplied to

us by the Suppliers. We do not have, and cannot be reasonably

expected to have, personal knowledge about all the facilities or

services provided by each Supplier.

4.3 Facilities or services may change after the date of publication.

We endeavour to keep travel agents informed of any changes

to information in this brochure that are brought to our attention.

Prior to booking your ticket, you should ask your travel agent

about any changes to the published information of which your

agent may be aware. You should also make sure that if your

travel agent is advised of changes that occur after booking,

your travel agent is able to contact you.

4.4 All maps, illustrations and photographs are for indicative

purposes only and may not necessarily reflect actual places or

positioning.

4.5 Accommodation must be consecutive at the same hotel to

qualify for free nights. Important: Hotels have the right to

change conditions e.g. 5th night free. Bonus offers: e.g. free

upgrade or late checkouts are subject to availability at time of

stay.

5. Prices

5.1 All prices shown in this brochure are on a per person basis

unless otherwise stated and are expressed in New Zealand

dollars. Vehicle rates are per vehicle.

5.2 Events beyond our control, such as currency fluctuations,

changes to the price of aviation fuel or changes to the cost of

services and facilities may result in the prices charged to you

being different.

5.3 It must be understood that if for any of the reasons mentioned

in Clause 5.2 price increases or variation of terms are notified

to us between the time of booking and departure, we reserve

the right to vary the price to you up to the time of your

departure.

5.4 All prices exclude travel agent service fees.

6. Payment

6.1 A deposit of $100 must be paid to your travel agent within

seven (7) days of verbal or written confirmation of booking

request. Certain Suppliers may also require an additional

booking fee or deposit to be paid.

6.2 A booking requested less than seven (7) days prior to departure

may incur communication charges.

6.3 Final payment shall in all cases by made not less than 30 days

prior to departure. In some cases the terms of the tour or travel

may require full payment at an earlier date. In that case you will

be advised at the time your booking is processed.

6.4 Credit Card not permitted unless travel agent acts as merchant.

7. Amendment or Cancellation

7.1 If you wish, or circumstances require you to amend or cancel

your booking for any reason, you should advise us in writing

through your travel agent at the earliest possible time.

7.2 Where you cancel any booking more than thirty (30) days prior

to your departure you are likely to have to pay a fee. A

cancellation fee of $200 will be imposed where cancellation is

made within thirty (30) days prior to your departure, plus any

suppliers charges as per note 7.3. Please refer however to

Clause 7.6 for special conditions in some cases.

7.3 The above cancellation fees are required to offset booking,

communication and administration charges that will have

already been incurred by us. In addition to our cancellation fee,

you may also be required to pay cancellation fees imposed by

our Suppliers (i.e. airlines, hotels, etc.) The amount of each

Supplier’s cancellation fee is beyond our control, and payment

is solely your responsibility. You should check with your travel

agent concerning the amount of a Supplier’s cancellation fees.

7.4 To the extent that we are able to do so (bearing in mind we are

dependent upon third party availability beyond our control) we

will be pleased to incorporate any reasonable changes you

request. An itinerary change may attract a fee similar to

cancellation fees in Clause 7.2 above to cover our

administration costs.

7.5 Some Suppliers may reserve the right to cancel or amend

travel, accommodation, etc and GO Holidays must therefore

reserve similar rights to cancel or amend any holiday

arrangements.

7.6 There are cases where the terms of supply as to refundability of

pre-payments require provisions different from the above. In

those cases the conditions specific to your tour will be advised

to you at the time your booking is processed.

8. Insurance

We strongly recommend that as a minimum you insure yourself

fully against cancellation, disruption, loss of luggage and

personal property, and medical expenses. Your travel agent will

be able to provide you with further information.

9. Items Not Covered

Unless otherwise specified, the cost of meals, drinks, laundry,

telephone calls, insurance, sightseeing tours, local taxes,

airport departure taxes, aviation insurance levies and passport

or visa application fees are not included.

10. Package Costs

Included in the tour costs are charges for normal booking

procedure costs, communication costs, administration,

research, printing, etc. Where the land arrangements of

holidays are included in a composite package, an itemisation of

costs will not be rendered.

11. Visas / Passports

For all holidays in this brochure you will require a valid

passport. You are responsible for arranging your own passport,

visa and health requirements (including inoculation where

applicable). You should check with your travel agent who will

be able to provide you with the necessary information.

12. Non-Use of Services or Facilities

If, of your own choice, you decide not to use part or parts of

the arranged services or facilities, you will not be entitled to a

refund from us (provided we have carried out our service with

reasonable skill and care and to your requirements) and you

may not be entitled to a refund from any Supplier.

13. GO Holidays Charter for Addressing Problems

In the event that you should strike a problem or you are

dissatisfied with some aspect of the services or facilities during

the course of your trip, our recommendation is that you take

the matter up directly with the supplier of the service at the

time, or as soon as practicable in the circumstances. This

provides the opportunity to have the matter discussed and

investigated on the spot and a remedy negotiated then and

there to enable you to continue enjoying your holiday. We have

found from experience that it is very difficult (in some countries

impossible) for us to obtain redress for you once travel has

been completed. If this does not work, we wish to be involved

at the earliest possible moment and our commitment is that we

will immediately work on resolving the issue to your

satisfaction.

14. Health or Disability

Some Suppliers may reserve the right to refuse to carry or

accommodate people who, because of a health condition or

disability, may require services or facilities to be provided in a

special manner or at a certain stage of pregnancy. You should

check this with your travel agent.

15. Legal Claims

The laws of New Zealand will govern any claims or legal action

in connection with the provision of our services to you. Any

claim or legal action against the Suppliers is likely to be subject

to the terms of your contract with them, and may be governed

by the laws of other countries.

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Our thanks to Tourism Western Australia.

Please Read These

Conditions Carefully

The guarantees under the Consumer

Guarantees Act will apply to services

supplied by us except where they are

acquired, or are held out as being

acquired for business purposes.


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