Two Feet & a Heartbeat is a multiple award-winning experiential tourism provider specialising in fully escorted tours in Perth and Western Australia.
From themed walking tours and progressive dinners in Perth and Fremantle, to extended air safaris across the rugged Kimberley region, their clients get a unique perspective on the landscapes, people, culture, food and history of Western Australia. They deliver highly creative, unique program itineraries to accommodate any group size. At the heart of all of their services is the team of high calibre guides who host guests in a professional, yet relaxed manner, through the award-winning itineraries.
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Fremantle is Perth’s hip and historical cousin with streets full of heritage buildings, cafés, street art and amazing stories waiting to be shared.
Starting at the Fremantle Town Hall, this walking tour is no boring history lesson, but rather takes a non-traditional route, discovering factual, anecdotal, and downright fascinating local stories, all as you wander Freo’s vibrant cappuccino strip, boat harbour, narrow West End streets and see the landmarks, including the Fremantle Prison and the Roundhouse.
Once home to whaling stations and mass immigration, Freo is now a charming town celebrated for its variety of culture and multicultural history. The locals here were as hard as nails salty sea dogs who rubbed shoulders with newly arrived immigrants to create a town full of characters – some of who’s stories you’ll be amazed to hear about from your local guide!
You’ll hear tales from prisoner escapes and convict antics to the expulsion of Indigenous peoples to Rottnest Island. Find out why almost 10,000 men were transported from Great Britain and Ireland, how they built their own prison and helped shape the future of Western Australia. There is no better way to explore Freo than with a local guide to share all its fascinating stories and visit the amazing sites, of which there are many, if you hadn’t guessed!
Enjoy an evening journey through Perth’s burgeoning food & beverage scene. Go where the locals hang out. Walk a little, eat a little and drink a little as you discover the bars and restaurants in the city centre in heritage buildings, laneways and other out-of-the-way watering holes.
Visit three unique venues, spending about 40 minutes in each venue. This will give you plenty of time to enjoy the complimentary food or beverage on arrival at each venue and discover the stories of the buildings you’re visiting.
During the time between venues, you will be guided through sections of the city and discover other venues, thriving street art, laneways and intriguing spaces. You’ll also learn some of the fun history of the city as you wind your way through downtown. The tour includes a drink or grazing food at each venue, depending on the venues visited each evening.
Fun, relaxed and sophisticated, eat, drink and walk with Two Feet & a Heartbeat!
Start your day in Perth with a coffee (or tea), and a dash of culture, art and history. Discover hidden art, laneways, secret gardens, amazing cafes and learn about the local history while exploring the city.
Your friendly local guide will escort you to one of the most significant structures in Perth, the State Buildings. Formerly home to the General Post Office, Land Titles Office, Treasury and Parliament, this complex contains 120 years of stories. These days, the State Buildings are home to many quality food and beverage venues.
The tour will explore the heritage precinct of Perth, the old theatre district, as well as former educational precincts. Enjoy a coffee/tea at a popular local cafe (included) and enjoy wonderfully re- purposed heritage spaces.
The tour concludes with a delicious treat at Elizabeth Quay, the waterfront precinct located on the tranquil Swan River. The ideal start to a Perth day.
Where did Perth get its name? Who was Yagan? Where is the best street art? You’ll discover all the answers on Perth’s most informative tour – Arcades and Laneways. Explore downtown Perth via the pedestrian friendly malls, ornate arcades, trendy laneways, back streets, dirty alleys and occasionally, the main roads.
Originally, not of any interest to the British, it was only when French and Dutch explorers started sniffing around that the English decided there should be a colony in the West of Australia. Starting at the historic Perth Town Hall, the tour winds through the lanes and arcades that cut through the city as you learn all about the stories, people and places that make Perth what it is.
Take in the sites of Perth’s vibrant street art, explore the growing bar scene and venture to the other side of the train tracks to discover vibrant Northbridge with your friendly local guide. Visit iconic locations including Wolfe Lane, London Court, Howard Lane and so many more pedestrian friendly walkways.
Explore landmarks including The State Buildings and Yagan Square with fascinating stories delivered by a knowledgeable tour guide. No stone goes unturned on this tour. At the end of the tour, relax at a cool local bar where the first drink is on us. A great afternoon out in Perth.
The tour is approximately 2.5hrs in duration, however actual walking time is approximately 90 mins. There are regular opportunities to rest. Toilet breaks available mid tour. Total distance. approximately 4.5km
Fremantle is a foodie's delight full of funky restaurants, historic pubs, cool cafes and the old world charm of a colonial port. This tour is designed to let you learn the neighbourhood's legendary stories while you dine, drink, and experience the weekend markets, the high streets and the narrow lanes of the "West End" with an expert local guide.
Taste local delicacies in the markets, which are loaded with artisan foods, fruit, vegetables and tasty ethnic flavours. Relax as we also eat and drink at a number of the very authentic bars and restaurants in the historic port end of town.
Tours operate on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 2pm to 5pm. Cost includes three drinks and lots of food. Private tours are available by request.
Do you have an unhealthy obsession with cheese? Then pull on your stretchy pants and explore the tastiest side of Perth with the ‘Fromage Walking Tour’. This isn’t just cheese tasting – this is an exclusive and decadent cheese adventure!
Starting in the Northbridge Piazza, the tour first visits Kakulas Brothers, which was established in 1929 to import cheese and other small-goods from Europe. Here, you will be guided through the iconic family business and offer tastes of their favourite cheeses and antipasto.
Visit Yagan Square and enjoy samples from local providores and merchants. The tour will then venture to the second destination, The Flour Factory, where guests will be treated to cheese and charcuterie boards in the warm comfort of a historic 100 year old flour mill.
The tour continues on to COMO The Treasury, on St Georges Terrace, where your friendly local guide will escort you through one of the most significant structures in Perth, the State Buildings. Formerly home to the General Post Office, Land Titles Office, Treasury and Parliament, this complex contains 120 years of stories. These days, the State Buildings are home to many quality food and beverage venues. Here is where you will rest for your final stop of the tour with a selection of some of the finest cheeses in Perth along with a glass of premium wine or bubbles.
In the tradition of great Two Feet walks, guests will also learn some fascinating stories about the history of Perth, and hear a few cheesy jokes on the way!
Do you have a passion for whisky or you just want to learn more about this amazing spirit? Experience the best of Perth’s bars on this exclusive and limited World of Whisky tour.
You will be given exclusive access to 3 of the finest venues in the CBD for an amazing array of whisky tastings. After a meet and greet at the General Post Office, Forrest Place, you will be guided through the city to samples of whisky and detailed history of this amazing drink. The venues can vary, but the quality does not vary and it covers Australian, American and Japanese versions of the good stuff.
Soak up the cool vibe of King Street. Be delighted with tastings of bourbon, rye and Tennessee whisky. Have it neat or with still or sparkling mineral water while you munch on delicious pretzels at the bar, or taste delicious and complex Japanese whisky.
Starting at the General Post Office, Forrest Place, and finishing up on St Georges Terrace , the tour lasts 3hrs and explores the city, via the main streets and various nooks and crannies in a relaxed and sophisticated environment. Tour also includes snacks at the first venue.
Meet your guide at the Perth Town Hall to explore the city and Northbridge precincts, uncovering it’s criminal underbelly as the sun starts to set.
Prepare to be shocked by some of the terrible events of our past. Executions during colonial times, more recent murders and awful deeds in central Perth – even a murder at Government House. Corporate crime in the 1980s, gangland murders, houses of ill-repute, gambling and opium dens in Northbridge. We even come across the activities of Nazis and Communists in Perth during the 1930s and 1940s. If you have a fascination for dark history, then this tour is for you.
The tour lasts approximately 2 hrs and covers some sensitive topics including the murder of children, execution of young boys, assassination of indigenous leaders, and even a graphic Kebab shop murder. We have dug deep to uncover untold stories. Includes a drink at a Northbridge pub at the end of the tour.
Choose tour own adventure for your group of friends, family or colleagues or let us create a bespoke itinerary to satisfy your needs.
Our team of experienced professional guides know and understand Perth better than anyone and have vast knowledge of the history, culture, art and hidden secrets of the city. Let us entertain your group with a private hosted tour. Hotel Pickups Available.
Please note: Does not include any food/drink. May be purchased on consumption during tour.
It’s a good old-fashioned scavenger hunt. It’s not a race. The fastest to finish doesn’t win. The hunt will last for 2.5hrs and here is how it works:
Two Feet guides will rendezvous with the participants at a designated meeting location and provide all of the material and instructions required to undertake the hunt. Two Feet guides will never be far away and all participants will be able to contact them if required. Just like when you were a kid, you read a clue then find your way to a cool spot where you will solve riddles, hunt for answers and have some good clean fun.
The hunt will be self-guided in small teams utilising written clues, pre existing knowledge and digital technology to find goals or next clue. Points will be allocated for completed tasks including “checking in”, taking photo’s at landmarks, collecting objects or deciphering clues. The more tasks completed, the more points earned.
Participants will be required to demonstrate teamwork, analytics and a good sense of fun.The hunt will take place within a very walkable area located in the confines of the city centre.
Start and finish locations can be tailored to your requirements. $35 per person (min 15, max 200 ppl)
Fremantle is a beautifully preserved maritime town that hides a chequered history behind the facades. Crimes of Fremantle Walking Tour explores the dark events that have taken place since colonial times, from riots and theft to murders and mutinies.
Meet your guide at the Fremantle Train Station and begin your journey through the dark underbelly of the port to see the locations and hear the tales of some horrific examples of humans at their worst. The material has been thoroughly researched and is delivered with sensitivity.
Exploring the streets of Fremantle, your guide will take you to visit some landmark locations including the site of the shortest mutiny in Australian history and the site of the Battle of the Barricades, which became known as “Westralia’s Eureka”. The The Riot Act was read and bayonets were deployed when 4000 Union supported clashed with Police collided over a barricade of the port. If you have a fascination for dark history, then this tour is for you.
The tour lasts approximately 2 hrs and covers some sensitive topics (including crimes committed against children) and therefore discretion is called for with regards to younger ears. It concludes at the National Hotel, which is also the site of a series of sad events which lead to the death of returned soldiers who had survived the battlefield, only to be killed in a bar room brawl. Sit on the balcony of the stunningly beautiful National Hotel and enjoy a complimentary drink, while reflecting and discussing the tour content with your guide and other participants.
Start: 4pm @ Fremantle Train Station
End: 6pm @ National Hotel
Custom time available