Scenic’s fresh additions
The stunning landscapes, ancient cultures and the unique, quirky, bucket list adventures in Australia’s Top End and the Kimberley continue to entice tourists to the regions.
In 2018, Scenic introduced a range of new additions to drive travellers to the regions.
On the 17-day South Western Tapestry itinerary from Perth, guests will stop by one of the largest, most unique and remote art installations in Australia — “Inside Australia”.
The installation is a selection of 51 metal figures based on the residents of the local town of Menzies, which have been immortalised on the surface of Lake Ballard.
Scenic has introduced a fresh Scenic Enrich experience on all of its Scenic Kimberley programs.
At the base of the infamous Boab Prison Tree — a 1,500 year old hollow Boab, 6km south of Derby and with a girth of 14.7m — guests will sit and have a cup of tea with an Indigenous drover and hear the stories of the ancient land from a true local.
On the Treasures of the West coast and the Pilbara, Broome and Monkey Mia itinerary, Scenic has debuted a Port Headland harbour cruise.
Passengers will join the local Seafarer Association for a tour of the association’s facilities and then take to the water amongst the massive cargo ships and freighters which service the mining community of Pilbara.
In Norfolk Island, there’s also the new opportunity to play a round of golf on the only course in the world to be located within a World Heritage-listed site.