About The Tour
Get up close and personal with Australia’s fascinating wildlife on this four-day adventure. Our Monkey Mia tour lets you explore scenes of natural beauty like the Pinnacles Desert, try your hand at adventurous, adrenalin-pumping sports, and learn more about the region’s incredible animal life.
Tuesday & Friday (November 1st – June 1st)
Friday (June 2nd – October 31st)
Returns: approx. 7:00pm
Please note: this tour is only suitable for those aged 18 – 60 years old
Please make us aware of any dietary requirements when you book. Part of the enjoyment of this tour is the active hands-on participation of everyone and you will be required to assist with light duties such as preparing meals and cleaning dishes.
Upgrade to Twin/Double room (shared facilities): $145 per person
Upgrade to Single Room (shared facilities): $290 per person
What to bring:
Sleeping bag, 2 towels, sturdy walking shoes, warm clothing, rain jacket, hat, sunglasses, large water bottle (1L), small torch, sunscreen, insect repellent, camera with lots of memory and battery.
Luggage is restricted to a maximum of one 15kg backpack/soft travel bag and one hand luggage size bag.
Day One (L/D)
The tour kicks off from Perth, where we’ll head straight to the Pinnacles Desert to discover a unique and historic landscape. You’ll take a guided tour amongst the jutting limestone peaks and head to the Discovery Centre. We’ll have lunch against the sea before moving on to the town of Geraldton and Big River Ranch, where we’ll spend the night.
Day Two (B, L, D)
Day two starts with a visit to Muchison Gorge, Natures Window, and Z-Bend in the lush confines of the Kalbarri National Park. If you want to get adventurous, you can try your hand at abseiling into the gorge before cooling off in the sparkling waters of the Murchison River. Then we’ll head north to pretty Shell Beach and the Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort for the night.
Day Three (B, L, D)
On the third day, you can meet the beautiful famous Monkey Mia Dolphins. At the resort, you can get up close and personal with them for some once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities before taking an optional one-hour sail through the sea to spot even more mesmerising marine life. Alternatively, you can opt to take a kayak around the coastline or simply kick back and relax on the stunning expanse of beach. In the afternoon, we’ll make our way to the Stromatolites before bedding down for the night in the Kalbarri township.
Day Four (B, L)
The final day starts with a trip to Pot Alley, a stunning ocean gorge that is surrounded by breath-taking scenery. After you’ve soaked up the views, we’ll move on to the Greenough Wildlife Park, where you can hand feed the resident kangaroos and spot the friendly snakes. The tour ends with an adventurous foray into the world of sand boarding on the Lancelin Dunes. You’ll be able to whizz down the sandy peaks at high speed, exploring the desert landscape from a different perspective. Finally, we’ll head back to Perth via the stunning Western scenery.