Adventure awaits you in Western Australia!

Transplant Australia is pleased to appoint the WA Visitor’s Centre as the official travel agency for the 2023 World Transplant Games, to assist Games visitors in exploring extraordinary Western Australia.

 “Participating in the World Transplant Games is an incredible experience that creates a lifetime of memories – competing in the sports events, creating new friendships, and honouring our donors.” said Transplant Australia CEO, Chris Thomas.

“The Games are also the perfect opportunity to explore a unique part of Australia. I encourage all our teams to extend their visit and enjoy some holiday time here, before or after the Games. Western Australia offers a variety of wonderful experiences, destinations and hospitality, and the WA Visitor Centre has the local knowledge to assist you in planning an itinerary to suit your budget and your interests.”

 “The WA Visitor Centre is excited to welcome the participants of the 2023 World Transplant Games to Western Australia,” said Troy De Souza,  Manager of the WA Visitor Centre.

“As the official travel agency, we will assist and connect participants with the many, amazing experiences throughout WA, from the world-class wine and beaches in the South, up to the renowned Kimberley in the North and everything in between. We will help the participants experience the best of WA.”

The WA Visitors Centre will assist in booking pre and post Games tours, day tours, experiences and attractions, and car hire. The Centre is open 7 days a week in the Perth CBD at 55 William Street Perth and available via phone, email, and online.  The Centre can arrange video call travel consultations which is a great way to get the best advice on your travel plans.   To arrange this you can email the centre or visit their website.

There is so much to see and do in WA during the Games. For more travel inspiration and information, you can also visit  Tourism Western Australia and Visit Perth

Snorkelling in the Ningaloo Marine Park. Image: Tourism WA
Caversham Wildlife Park, Swan Valley. Image: Tourism WA
Leeuwin Estate Winery, Margaret River. Image: Tourism WA

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