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Adventurous Women

Adventurous Women are a Western Australian, independently owned & operated Tour Company, providing travel opportunities exclusively for women.

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Adventurous Women provide adventure travel, tours, activities & events specifically for women.

From low level walking to the more challenging treks, inspirational retreats and adventure weekends, there's something for everyone!

We pride ourselves on providing a supportive, non-competitive & safe environment, where women can focus on their own needs and truly experience travel from a different perspective

Location

Tourist Bus Stand (in front of) Perth Train Station, 490 Wellington Street, Perth WA 6000, Australia

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Reviews

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Rated by 3 guests
 
Jeanne
3 Capes & Tasman Peninsula Tours
As usual a very well organised tour, with careful attention to detail, so everything ran very smoothly. Really enjoyed having Greg on board again. He has the knack of blending in with our all women groups & provides local knowledge in a quiet, confident manner. Sue O & Greg are a great combination to have as our guides
George
Bibbulmen Track extraordinaire
Sue and Jazzy made my hike super enjoyable. Their positivity, knowledge, humour, jokes, meals, thoughtfulness and attention to detail made this such a fun time. The walking pace is comfortable with plenty of rests and opportunities for photos and crazy group shots. The Bibb track is full of surprises, with no day the same.
Wendy
Snowy Mountain Trip
I saw this trip on the AW website before I became a member. I decided to do it as I thought the Snowy Mountains would be a stunning place to go hiking. And I was right!! The scenery was beautiful and varied. It included alpine and bush walking both of which were lovely. I am from Perth so it was good to see the bush in a different part of the country. The guides were good, especially Sue O'Connor who made everything heaps of fun. The other women on the tour were friendly and a good bunch to go hiking with. There were lots of people in my general age group which I liked. The accommodation was good except it clearly was not designed to be used in the warmer months.