Segway Tours WA
Zip around on a revolutionary set of wheels. It’s the ideal way to explore an island that’s anything but ordinary.
Segways are easy to ride and allow you to explore the hidden reaches of Wadjemup. Scenic tours and off-road adventures are available.
Let Segway Tours WA lead you on a journey of discovery around the island. After everyone is given a safety briefing and is comfortable behind their wheels, the tour will get started.
On the Settlement Explorer Tour, take the opportunity to breathe in the abundance of the space around you. You’ll glide effortlessly past alluring azure waters and be entertained by stories of the settlement’s history along the way.
For those who prefer the path less travelled, the Fortress Adventure Tour awaits. This journey presents the opportunity to delve into the military past of Wadjemup, as you visit historic landmarks such as the Bickley Battery gun emplacement and Jubilee Hill Observation Post.
These safe, informative and entertaining tours are suitable for ages 12 and above.
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Tours on offer
- Thomson Bay
- The Quod
- Heritage Common
- Lomas Cottage
- Pilot Boathouse
- North Thomson Settlement
- The Basin
- Bathurst Lighthouse
Go on an off-road adventure to uncover hidden stories. Highlights on this 1.5-hour tour include:
Jubilee Hill Observation Post
Rottnest Island Airport
Tours depart daily at 9 am and 12:30 pm (subject to change).
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Frequently Asked Questions
Gliding on a Segway is a surprisingly natural sensation. The Segway responds similarly to how the body balances itself; simply lean forward and it will move in response.
Yes, there are weight limits for rider safety and to reduce the risk of damage to the device.
Minimum rider weight: 45 kg
Maximum rider weight: 117 kg (including cargo)
Children must be 12 years or above to join a Segway tour.
Yes, falls are possible. While the Segway balances for you, direction and speed are under your control.
Your ability to safely control a Segway will be assessed during the training phase of the tour.
If, after an appropriate amount of training and familiarisation time, the trainers assess that you are not safely able to control the Segway, you will not be able to go ahead with the tour.
Enclosed shoes and comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing are recommended.
Protective helmets which meet Australian Safety Standards are provided for the tour.
Many people pick up the basic functions of a Segway in minutes.
Each tour begins with a supervised training session to ensure you can operate a Segway safely.
No, all scheduled tours will run regardless of the number of bookings.
The maximum group size is currently 10 guests.