Day One (L, D)
We depart from Perth in the morning, venturing out to the Pinnacle Desert in Nambung National Park to explore the incredible limestone formations. Learn the history of their formation at the Discovery Centre before we head off to have some lunch by the sea. Following lunch, we will make a quick stop in the seaside town of Geraldton before heading to our overnight stay at Big River Ranch.
Day Two (B, L, D)
The following day, our adventure continues to the Kalbarri National Park to discover the impressive Murchison Gorge, Natures Window and Z-ben. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can abseil into the gorge and depending on the weather conditions, we can cool off and swim around the Murchison River. Following our swim, we start making our way to Shell Beach and the Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort.
Day Three (B, L, D)
Day 3 of our adventure starts off by getting some awesome photos with the famous Monkey Mia Dolphins. Here you have the option to join us on a 1 hour wildlife sail experience, adventure out on a kayak or simply walk along the beach or relax at the resort. Following this, we venture out to visit one of the world’s oldest living organisms, the Stromatolites. To conclude the day, we relax in our accommodation in Coral Bay, located right next to the famous Ningaloo Reef!
Day Four (B, D)
Day four is a full day of relaxation at Coral Bay. Here, you can stroll along the beach, go for a snorkel in the crystal-clear waters or explore the underwater world of the Ningaloo Reef on one of the tours that depart from Coral Bay. That evening, we will head up to the coast to Exmouth, where we will spend the night.
Day Five (B, D)
We start exploring the rugged limestone ranges and magnificent pristine beaches of Cape Range National Park. Here, you can experience snorkelling in the crystal clear waters of Turquoise Bay, visit the Lighthouse and check out the Milyearing Visitors Centre.
Day Six (B, L, D)
We wake early on day six of our adventure, to journey towards Tom Price, the highest town in Western Australia. We will pass through station country before arriving in the amazing Karijini National Park. We will be staying the night at the Karijini Eco Retreat, where you will feel welcome in your Eco Safari Tent with verandah, comfortable bed and hot showers.
Days Seven & Eight (B, L, D)
The following 2 days will be spent discovering Karijini National Park and its impressive network of gorges, rock pools and waterfalls. Hike through Hancock Gorge, swim in the refreshing waters of adventurous Handrail Pool, splash around under Fortescue Falls and more. On day eight our journey takes us further North to Pardoo Roadhouse, where we set-up camp under the stars.
Day Nine (B, L)
Day nine 9 of our adventure take us further north to 80 Miles Beach for some amazing photos! Once we in Broome, we take a tour around town and check in at our accommodation at The Kimberly Klub Backpackers.
Days Ten & Eleven
The following 2 days, we will be spent relaxing in town and exploring all that Broome has to offer. Famous for Cable Beach, there’s plenty more to Broome for you to discover. Learn about the town’s pearling history, explore China Town, watch a movie at the world’s oldest open air cinema or ride a camel on the beach at sunset.
Day Twelve (L, D)
We head out early from Broome and further in to the wild as we travel along the Gibb River Road. We arrive at Windjana Gorge in the Napier Ranges, where we will stop for lunch and explore the gorge. Keep a lookout for the beautiful native birds and freshwater crocodiles that call the area home. In the afternoon, we will explore the ancient reef system of Tunnel Creek, before we head to Silent Grove for another night of camping under the stars.
Day Thirteen (B, L, D)
On day 13, we’ll be heading out to the incredible Mount Elizabeth, discovering more stunning gorges along the way. Which gorges we visit will depend on the water levels but may include Bell, Galvans and Manning. After our day of swimming and hiking, we bed down for the night at Mount Elizabeth Station.
Day Fourteen (B, L, D)
On day 14 of our adventure, we venture further east to cross the Pentacost River and explore the magnificent Emma Gorge before arriving at El Questro for an outback experience.
Day Fifteen (B, L, D)
We have a full day to discover some of the beauty of the one million acres of the El Questro Wilderness Park. More gorges and swimming holes offer swimming and hiking opportunities, plus there are many optional activities for you to enjoy.
Day Sixteen (B, L, D)
As we near the end of the tour, we adventure out to Purnululu National Park, known for its breathtaking Bungle Bungle range. In the afternoon, we explore the remarkable sandstone formation of Echidna Chasm before we set up camp for a well earned relaxing night.
Day Seventeen (B, L, D)
We venture out to explore the Picanninny Creek, The Domes and Cathedral Gorge. Here, will have plenty of time and opportunities to capture some unforgettable snaps of the famous ‘beehive’ shaped domes. Throughout the day, there is an optional helicopter ride over the domes (at own cost) to gain better views of these amazing domes. Following that, we have a final stop at Kununurra and settle in for camp.
Day Eighteen (B, L, D)
We spend our last day in Western Australia exploring Lake Argyle, Australia’s largest man-made lake. You can choose to do an optional cruise on the lake, before we visit the Dam Wall. We will have lunch by the Ord River and bid WA goodbye as we cross over into the Northern Territory to set up camp at Victoria River.
Day Nineteen (B, L)
As our epic journey from Perth draws to a close, we will spend the last day exploring the Nitmiluk National Park as we meander towards Darwin. We will refresh ourselves at the impressive Edith Falls before arriving in Darwin in the early evening, ready for a cold beer and hot shower.
B – breakfast provided
L – lunch provided
D – dinner provided