Important Dates

Author notification:
between 30th May and 12th June

Author registration:
12th June 2015

 

Agility

Bell TowerPartner Program

Thursday 10th September 2015
Perth City Sights Tour & High Tea

Time: 9.00am-4.00pm
Where: Meet in the lobby of Pan Pacific Hotel at 8.50am
Cost: $65pp (Perth city tour) + $66pp (High Tea at C Restaurant)
Purchased through registration process

Partners and guests will explore Perth on foot via arcades and laneways that knit through the Perth CBD. Your guide will take you through the most beautiful and interesting urban spaces; unlocking the history, heritage, culture and architecture of Perth.

You will then relax for morning tea in a funky repurposed heritage space before continuing the tour, hearing stories from colonial times through to the modern day that set Perth apart from every other city in Australia.

You will also get free time to browse through the shopping strip of Perth which includes department stores, boutiques, designer stores as well as souvenir shops. The tour will then continue for High Tea at Western Australia’s only revolving restaurant. C Restaurant offers the “wow” factor and is the perfect setting to finish off the Perth CBD tour.

*Please note that this is a full day walking tour. You will have time to relax and walk at your own pace, but there are no bus transfers at any time during this tour.

Prison

Friday 11th September 2015
Cruise to Fremantle & Fremantle Prison

Time: 9.00am-4.00pm
Where: Meet in the lobby of the Pan Pacific at 8.50am
Cost: $176pp
Purchased through registration process

Enjoy a relaxing cruise from Perth down the beautiful Swan River to the port town of Fremantle, before commencing a guided tour of the wonderfully preserved “West End”. Containing hundreds of heritage listed buildings, this is one of the best historic towns in Australia.

Enjoy lunch before heading to the Fremantle Prison for a tour of this amazing complex. Recognised with UNESCO World Heritage protection, the prison was built by convicts in the 1850s, and remained in use until the 1990s.