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GoGo: Handlebars & Horticulture tour
When
10:00am - 01:00pm, Thursday, 11 November 2021
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Where
At Kings Park and Botanic Garden Wadjuk Way, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Phone
0411 166 586
Email
hello@gogoactivetours.com.au
Website
gogoactivetours.rezdy.com
Categories
Guided Walks and Tours, Perth Events

Join the GoGo Active Tours team for a guided bike tour exploring the best parts of Kings Park and Botanic Garden and celebrate Bike Month here in Perth.

The tour starts on the South Perth foreshore, heads over the Narrows Bridge, around the Swan River and into the incredible Matilda Bay parkland situated next to the University of WA.

Along the way your knowledgeable guide will show you WA's oldest surviving colonial structures, one of Perth's first swimming areas and of course, the famous Blue Boat House. Learn a little about the first Australians who lived in the area as well as the first European explorers that settled the Swan River Colony.

Then continue on into Kings Park and ride through the bushland and cultivated sections, stopping at the iconic Zamia Café for an all-inclusive coffee, tea, or soft drink. Here we take you on a short, guided walk about the Backyard Botanicals Garden.

Your bike, helmet and guide are included. Book your spot and preferred date now!

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