Day One (L, D)
We commence our 10 Day Adelaide to Perth Tour, nice and early on day one as we head out from the City of Churches. We journey north to Clare for morning tea before gradually making our way to the rocky gorges and Red Gums of the Flinders Ranges. Here you’ll get the opportunity to stretch your legs with a walk-through Alligator Gorge (not to worry though, there’s no crocs here!) and we make our way onto Quorn, home of the heritage diesel train ‘PichiRichi Railway’, for some lunch.
While the sun goes down, you might get lucky and spot the threatened species, yellow footed rock wallabies as you wander off the beaten track at the beautiful Warren Gorge in the Flinders Ranges.
Before the night ends, we settle to our bush camp ground.
Day Two (B, L, D)
The Eyre Peninsular is a triangular peninsula in South Australia and its one of those places, where people get blown away by its astonishing seafood frontier! Grab a kooky photo with the eight-metre-fibreglass structure of the Big Galah and immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery overlooking the tiny town of Kimba. Following lunch, we venture to our next destinations at Venus Bay, Talia Caves and the Lake Newland sand dunes. For an unforgettable adventure for our thrill seekers, you can test out your sand boarding skills at Lake Newland sand dunes.
During the afternoon, we head into Coodlie Park to settle in for our night’s stay, in a swag hut in a working farm.
Day Three (B, L, D)
The following morning, marvel at the beauty Baird Bay, a spectacular and peaceful place full of aquatic wildlife. In the morning, you’ll have the option for a swim or snorkel off the beach or take the opportunity to swim with sea-lions and dolphins on a 3-hour cruise (at own expense of $160). It’s an unforgettable experience, you’ll always treasure!
Following a picnic lunch on the beach, we continue our adventure along the coast to our camping spot at Fowlers Bay, to conclude the day.
Day Four (B, L, D)
To start the day, we venture out to cross the 5,320-kilometre-long dingo fence, as we see the famous wombat, emu, camel road sign on the Nullarbor. We stop off at the impressive Bunda Cliffs to see where the Southern Ocean crashes up against the cliffs of the Great Australian Bight! Here you’ll marvel at the endless cliffs towering over the vast unspoiled ocean full of wonderful marine life. As our adventure continues, we settle to our bush camp under the Southern skies on the Nullarbor, where our entertainment tonight is provided courtesy of the celestial sphere.
Day Five (B, L, D)
Our day starts at a small road house community town of Balladonia and Norseman. Following lunch, we continue our adventure to the stunning seaside town of Esperance, which may feel like a busy city compared to the outback experience.
To conclude our day, we set up camp in the marvellous Cape Le Grand National Park.
Day Six (B, L, D)
Today, you’ll get a free morning here to spend however you like! Whether it’d be setting out for a coast bushwalk, splashing about in the sea, taking some unforgettable photos or simply relaxing with your new friends along the magnificent beach of this national park.
Following this, we hike up to Frenchman’s Peak, where you’ll enjoy spectacular views of the of the Esperance region, in particular the astonishing beauty of Cape Le Grand and the Recherche Archipelago.
Day Seven (B, L, D)
We start the day with a morning stroll through the beach and look out for some kangaroos before we hit the road again to arrive at our campsite in the Stirling Ranges.
Day Eight (B, L, D)
On day eight, we travel along Western Australia’s Great Ocean Road. Here you’ll see spectacular coastal views, turquoise seas and remarkable rock cliffs shaped by eons of crashing waves and rolling tides. As we continue our journey, we veer off into the Valley of the Giants for a marvel at the towering Tingle trees of the prehistoric empire walk.
To conclude our adventure for the day, we settle into our swag camp at a caravan park.
Day Nine (B, L, D)
As we are near the end of our adventure, today, we feast on the delicious local fare of the Margaret River. Here you’ll get a little taste of their boutique breweries, chocolate, cheese and even a fudge factory along the way!
Day Ten (B, L)
On the last day of our adventure, you’ll wake to the familiarity of the warble of kookaburras and cockatoos before we continue our venture along the coast to Perth. We then head to Ngilgi Caves, to wander through the ancient wonders of its limestone ridges of Ngilgi Caves and its aboriginal cultural history.
We head north and arrive at our final destination, Perth, in the early evening. We say goodbye to our new friends and reflect on the amazing adventure we had on the 10 Day Perth to Adelaide Tour.
B – breakfast provided
L – lunch provided
D – dinner provided