Additional Conference Tours

Delegates to the 2018 WA Tourism Conference can select additional touring options for Tuesday evening (September 4). Additional costs apply. These activities are exclusive to conference delegates - click here to register for the 2018 WA Tourism Conference. Click on the links below to register for these touring options.

Options include:

Optus Stadium Tour | Departs Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre 5.30pm, returning 7.30pm

$30 per person - includes coach transfer with ADAMS

Walk around the most state-of-the-art Stadium in the Southern hemisphere, including behind the scenes changeroom access, a visit to the Locker Room and Coaches' Room, WA sporting memorabilia and magnificent views of the city from the Sky View Lounge. 


The Gravity Discovery Centre and Observatory Stargazing Incursion | 5.30pm - 8.30pm | Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre

$30 per person - includes light catering and drink (wine or beer) on arrival

Hear from The Gravity Discovery Centre and Observatory's Head Astronomer, Rick Tonello, before viewing the Perth night sky, including Saturn and Mars, through telescopes.

Expert astronomers will be on hand to answer all your big questions about the universe. 


Two Feet & a Heartbeat Small Bar Tour | 6.30pm - 9.30pm | Departs from Perth Town Hall

$45 per person

Over the course of the evening, in a small group, you will visit 3 different small bars, spending about 45 mins in each venue. Upon arrival, you will be greeted with some grazing food or a drink, depending on the venues you visit. During the time between venues, you will be guided through sections of the city and discover other venues, thriving street art, intriguing spaces and develop an understanding of what has transformed a city centre.


Willie Creek Pearls Masterclass | 5.30pm - 6.30pm | Willie Creek Pearls Elizabeth Quay Showroom

$32.50 per person - includes $50 Cultured Pearl Jewellery voucher

Learn the history of pearls and pearling, including current industry practices, the process of farming pearls in WA, and how they are graded and turned into jewellery, in this 60-minute presentation. You'll also get the chance to see a Pearl being harvested from its Oyster, and taste pearl meat!