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Segway Tours WA - Perth, Rottnest Island and Fremantle

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Published October 26th 2017
Go on one of these amazing gliding type tours
This is something different, and Segway Tours are an innovative way to get round!

These tours would be ideal for seniors or those who are unable to walk a lot yet still want to see around and be able to stop often, unlike a bus tour of an area.

Segways have the following tours available all year round:

Segways are the most exhilarating and relaxing way to see the beauty of Perth. Cruise the beautiful river foreshore, soaking up the sights, or stop for photos as you hear fascinating yarns about Perth's rich history, dynamic boom times and its breathtaking plans for the future.

You can find the schedule here.

There are two tours available here and these are:

These are 1½ hours and the West Tour takes you past Kings Park to the University of Western Australia which also includes the new Elizabeth Quay area.

East Tour travels along the Swan River foreshore to the amazing Claisebrook Cove and back through the historical area of East Perth, and these tours cost $129 for adults and $115 for seniors and children. There is also a family package for 2 Adults, 2 children at $414.80.

This tour lasts 1 hour and goes past the Swan River foreshore, Barrack Square including the Perth Bell Tower, John Oldham Park and Elizabeth Quay. Cost is $89 for adults, $79 for children and seniors, and a family package for 2 adults and 2 children is $285.60.

Here are a few reviews of this Rottnest Island tour:

26th October 2017: "What a hoot!"
14th October 2017: "Great way to zoom around the island"
5th October 2017: "Fantastic tour"
28th September 2017: "A great way to see the Island!"

You can find the Rottnest tours here.

Segway Tours will take you on a journey of discovery and exploration into Rottnest's most hidden treasures, taking you to places you've never been before!

This is an exciting, eco-friendly adventure - Riding a Segway is easy to learn and you'll quickly be on your way to experiencing the previously hard-to-reach corners of Western Australia's iconic island.

There are two tours available on Rottnest:

After being trained to safely ride and operate your Segway, you will be taken to Thomson Bay Settlement and learn about the amazing and sometimes controversial history of this pristine island and you will then continue on your Segway and absorb the picturesque vistas of the natural beauty of the island.

This Tour is a one hour one, and includes Segway training and guided tour at a cost of $89 and $79 for children and seniors.
There is also a family package for 2 adults, 2 children at $285.60.

This tour has been rated Number 1 activity to do on Rottnest Island by TripAdvisor!

This one is 1½ hours of off-road fun and includes Segway training and guided tour at a cost of $129 for adults, $115 for children and seniors. There is also a family package 2 adults, 2 children for $414.80.

This adventure takes you off-road to some of Rottnest's most fascinating places and delving into the military heritage of Rottnest and its pivotal role in the defence of Fremantle Harbour. Visit the Bickley Battery gun emplacements and Jubilee lookout.

Take a journey into Western Australian history! Some of the oldest buildings and structures are located in the Port City of Fremantle, and on this tour, you will explore Fremantle's bustling port.

Experience the heart and soul of our thriving 'Freo'. Departing from Shipwreck Galleries, the Segway guides will enlighten you with stories of mysterious shipwrecks, famous pioneers, artists, musicians and the early settlers as they showcase historic 19th Century architecture and landmarks.

You can check out the schedule here, however, this one is heavily booked out, so make your bookings as soon as possible.

There are two tours available here and these are:

This Tour is 1½ hour of everything Fremantle and takes in the iconic buildings and structures of the City of Fremantle.

You will sail past Fremantle's oldest building, The Round House, and enjoy the coastal vistas at Bathers Beach and Fremantle Port. You will also see Monument Hill and Fremantle Prison, returning via the famous Fremantle Markets, High Street and West End.

Cost of this one is $129 for adults, and $115 for children and seniors with an option of a family package 2 adults, 2 children for $414.80.

This is 1 hour of convict and pioneering history which takes you through the city streets into historic Fremantle. Your guide will transport you back in time with their commentary of amazing stories of the early pioneers who made Fremantle such an iconic port.

Cost of this one is $89 for adults, $79 for children and seniors, and family package 2 adults and 2 children is $285.60.

The Quay has reconnected the City and the Swan River and what better way to explore and enjoy this area than on an Elizabeth Quay Segway guided tour!

You will get an insight into all the unique art and architecture which makes up this amazing new area. The tours glide through the Quay on one of three tours:

These two are 1½ tour where you will get Segway training and guided tour, and cost is $129 for adults and $115 for children and seniors.

The tour goes past Kings Park to the University of Western Australia, Elizabeth Quay area, and goes along the Swan River foreshore to Claisebrook Cove.

This tour is an hour and costs $89 for adults and $79 for children and seniors.

You will explore the Swan River foreshore, Barrack Square, the Perth Bell Tower and Elizabeth Quay.

Segways can be ridden by anyone 12 years and over, and about 45 kgs in weight; children 12-17 years; adults 18-59; and seniors 60 years plus - there is no need for your seniors card, just proof of age.

The guides wear communication packs so as you're travelling on your tour, your guide will be talking to you through an earpiece.

You can contact Segway on 932 55790 or click on this link for bookings and all information.

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