Leave Perth and head straight for the stunning sand dunes at Lancelin for a spot of sand boarding before travelling to the Namburg National Park to see the amazing limestone formations that rise from the ground at Pinnacles Desert. After a stop to see the sights in Geraldton, head on to the Big River Ranch in the Kabarri National Park for the overnight halt.
Explore the stunning scenery of the Kalbarri National Park, including Nature’s Window and the Z-Bend Gorge before cooling off with a swim in the Murchison River. Head north to Shell Beach and the Monkey Mia Dolphin resort where you can take part in an optional award-winning Aboriginal cultural tour.
An early highlight of the tour is the chance to meet the famous Monkey Mia dolphins for an excellent photo opportunity, followed by the chance to spend some time relaxing on the beach. For those keen to keep active, an optional sea kayak is also available. After a visit to the astonishing live rock formations known as the Stromatolites, settle down for the night at Coral Bay, overlooking the Ningaloo Reef.
Enjoy your own free time to explore Coral Bay and the surrounding area, with a range of optional extras available – including the opportunity to swim with Manta Rays or explore the reef on a snorkel trip. Having travelled onwards to Exmouth, spend a further day exploring at your leisure, with optional activities including snorkelling with whale sharks (seasonal) or a tour of the nearby Cape Range National Park.
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Head inland to visit the mining town of Tom Price, the highest town in Western Australia at nearly 2,500 feet above sea level. From there, it’s onwards to Karijini National Park for a stay at the Karijini Eco Retreat where you’ll spend the evening in a deluxe safari eco tent complete with your own veranda and hot shower.
Spend two days enjoying the beauty of the Karijini National Park, hiking in the many gorges, swimming in wonderful rock pools and standing under waterfalls. Late on day eight, head to the Pardoo Roadhouse where you’ll stay overnight in a tent with shared facilities.
A morning visit to 80 Mile Beach provides the chance to take some stunning photos as a memento of your trip before arriving in Broome for a tour of the town. Your accommodation for three nights will be a private room in a local hostel.
Two free days to explore Broome at your leisure, with a number of optional attractions available including a sunset camel ride on Cable Beach or the chance to search for sea turtles with a spot of sea kayaking.
Travel towards the Gibb River Road on a four-wheel drive tour into the Wilderness that will allow you to view the native birds and crocodiles to be found in the Windjana Gorge. After time to explore the 750 metre long tunnel at Tunnel Creek, continue to your campsite at Silent Grove where you’ll stay overnight.
Visit some of the unique gorges to be found in the area around Silent Grove, with the opportunity to swim at Bell Gorge, admire the stunning waterfall at Galvans Gorge and examine Aboriginal rock art at Manning Gorge. Travel onwards to the overnight stop at Mount Elizabeth Station.
A day of exploration allows you the chance to swim and hike the stunning environment around Mt Elizabeth before paying a visit to Emma Gorge en-route to El Questro for a two-night stay.
Discover some of the highlights of the huge El Questro Wilderness Park, including the large cattle station and the Zebedee Springs, where you can relax in the soothing natural thermal pool. Swimming in the El Questro Gorge is another highlight while optional extras include the chance to further explore the area on a boat cruise or by horseback.
Travel by four-wheel drive to the remote Purnululu National Park to the amazing beehive-shaped sandstone formations known as the Bungle Bungles, resting overnight at your camp.
Explore the Bungle Bungles with the option of a helicopter ride that will allow you to look down on the famous landmark below. Leaving camp and heading towards Kununurra and the huge Argyle diamond mine, your night will be spent in a cabin at the Argyle Tourist Village.
Your penultimate morning will see you given the opportunity to explore the largest man-made lake in Australia, with Lake Argyle being home to a wide array of fish and water birds, as well as freshwater crocodiles. An optional cruise on the lake will allow you to get even closer to the wildlife before heading across the border into the Northern Territory to set up camp at Victoria River for your final night.
Enjoy the stunning beauty of the Nitmiluk National Park with visits to Katherine Gorge and Edith Fall before an early evening arrival in Darwin.
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