10 Day Broome to Perth Adventure Tour

    Travel the full length of the West Coast of Western Australia, this trip packs it in and is a classic expedition style of trip.

    This is our Broome to Perth tour with a difference, an outback off-road experience.

    On this outback camping trip, you will start your West Coast tour in Broome.

    The first stop is an Australia bucket list destination Karijini National Park. You will then travel down to Exmouth and Coral Bay, the perfect snorkeling spots on the Ningaloo Reef. We take you to Shell Beach and Stromatolites in Shark Bay plus you get to meet the Monkey Mia Dolphins. Visit Kalbarri National Park and explore the great photo opportunities at Nature’s Window and Z-Bend in the Murchison Gorge, try abseiling a 25-meter wall (optional).  Visit the Pinnacles on the way down to Perth.

    Our Broome to Perth tour is a ‘no frills’ West Coast experience. You’ll spend some nights of the trip sleeping at camping grounds in twin-share tents. Other nights you will be in mixed-gender dorm share rooms. While conditions can be basic, this is all part of the adventure on the West Coast.

    Whether it’s snorkeling with Manta Rays, exploring gorges of Karijini National Park, or running around on a deserted and beautiful beach, the west coast is sure to please. All of this is in adventure tour style, which means small groups, camping, and heaps of adventure!

    A small group West Coast Broome to Perth Tour adventure.

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    Broome to Perth Adventure

    Adult( 13 - 80 ) Von $2,795
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      Day 1: Broome to the Pilbara Region

      Welcome to the pearling town of Broome, where your Western Australian adventure begins. Those keen on beach-lazing might like to arrive a few days earlier, as the local beaches are superb. Depart Broome and drive along the edge of the Great Sandy Desert, calling in at Eighty Mile Beach for a stroll along the white sand. Spend the night on a station in the Pilbara Region. ( L and D)

      Accommodation: Hostel (1 night) Pardoo Station
      Total driving time today is around 6 hours and approximately 525km. Total walking distance is approximately 1km.

      Day 2: Karijini National Park

      This morning we head toward Karijini National Park with a stop in Port Hedland to check out the iron ore mecca of Australia. If time permits, we may duck into one of the Gorge’s this afternoon. If not, we’ll set up camp in the National Park and get a good nights’ rest before we head in for a full day of exploring tomorrow. (B, L and D)

      Accommodation: Camping (with facilities) (1 night) Karijini
      Total driving time today is around 6.5 hours and approximately 520km. Total walking distance can be up to 3km, some sections may be through water.

      Day 3: Karijini National Park

      This, without any doubt, is one of Australia’s most magnificent national parks (and it’s not like Australia has any shortage of them). Freshwater springs trickle through chasms to form translucent rock pools, and walking trails weave between dramatic rock ravines.. Spend a full day exploring the gorges, gullies and secluded swimming spots of Karijini. Weano Gorge, Hancock Gorge, Dales Gorge and Oxers Lookout are just some of the better-known sites we’ll get to during our visit to Karijini. (B, L and D)

      Accommodation: Camping (with facilities) (1 night) Karijini
      Included Activities today: Karijini National Park Entrance & Gorge Walks
      The total driving time today is 2.5 hours and approximately 180km. The total walking distance is approximately 6km, some sections may be through water.

      Day 4: Karijini National Park

      Pack up your towel and walking shoes and head out for another day exploring Karijini with your guide. Anything you didn’t tick off the list yesterday you can chase up today – whether it’s a snooze in the sun or a strenuous trek to a lookout. Swim in waterholes, hike along rocky trails and splash about in waterfalls. Paradise! (B, L and D)

      Accommodation: Camping (with facilities) (1 night) Karijini
      The total driving time today is around 2 hours and approximately 30km. The total walking distance is approximately 6km.

      Day 5: Exmouth

      Today is a long day of driving (approximately 9 hours and approximately 750km in total). Leaving Karijini, travel through the vast bushland and cattle stations of the Pilbara region. This sparsely populated region is known for its red earth and rich mineral deposits. (B, L and D)

      Accommodation: Hostel (1 night) Exmouth
      Optional Activities: Snorkel with the Whalesharks (own expense – April to July only)
      Snorkel at Turquoise Bay (own expense)
      Total driving time today is around 9 hours and approximately 750km. Not much walking today.

      Day 6: Coral Bay

      Depending on the season, today you’ll have the option (own cost) to snorkel or scuba dive in search of whale sharks or manta rays, the largest rays in the world. If not taking up one of the optional boat tours, perhaps visit Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, or soak up the sun on the pristine beach at Turquoise Bay. Explore the beauty of Cape Range National Park. This afternoon we’ll take a short trip to beautiful Coral Bay. (B, L and D)

      Accommodation: Hostel (1 night) Coral Bay
      Included Activities: Ningaloo Reef Marine Park
      Optional Activities: Snorkel with the Whalesharks (April to July only)
      Beach snorkeling (own expense)

      Total driving time today is around 3.5 hours and approximately 300km. The total walking distance is approximately 2km.

      Day 7: Coral Bay

      Enjoy a day of freedom and relaxation. If you didn’t squeeze a snorkel in yesterday, today you get to; if you did, you get another one. Everyone wins. Ningaloo Reef is one of the world’s largest fringing reefs, meaning that it starts practically from the water’s edge. You just swim out from shore and suddenly you’re in a world of coral, fish, turtles, and manta rays. Swimming above these enormous, majestic creatures is really something else, they might even put on an acrobatic show for you! Not much of a swimmer? There’s also the option of taking in the scene on a glass-bottom boat tour, along with many other optional activities. We’ll introduce you to the friendly staff at Coral Bay Eco Tours. (B and D)

      Accommodation: Hostel (1 night) Coral Bay
      Optional Activities: Glass Bottom Boat Cruises
      Whale Watching – 3 hours (seasonal)
      Snorkel with Manta Rays – half-day trip

      There is no driving today, just a short walk to Coral Bay Eco Tours and water activities.

      Day 8: Monkey Mia

      Today we cross over the Tropic of Capricorn. You probably won’t notice it, but what crossing this latitude means is that from here on south the sun will never be directly above you. You should still wear a hat though. The main stop for the day is Shell Beach, which, much as the name would suggest, is a beach made of shells. What’s quite incredible about the place however is the number of shells that there are. Locals have been using them in various industries for years, yet they still cover a stretch 60 km long and up to 7 meters deep. Tonight we stay in Monkey Mia. (B, L and D)

      Accommodation: Hostel (1 night) Monkey Mia
      Total driving time today is around 6.5 hours and approximately 600km. Total walking distance is approximately 2km.

      Day 9: Kalbarri

      This morning, check out Monkey Mia – part of the Peron Peninsula, which extends into part of the Indian Ocean known as Shark Bay. This popular spot is known for its world-famous dolphins. Afterward, continue your road trip down the West Australian coast with a short drive across the Eastern Peninsula. See stromatolites, the oldest living organisms in the world, then head south for Kalbarri. Time permitting, there’ll be a stop-off along the way at Murchison Gorge, where there’s the opportunity to admire the landscape through Nature’s Window. (B, L and D)

      Accommodation: Hostel (1 night) Kalbarri
      Included Activities: Kalbarri National Park Entrance and Monkey Mia Dolphins

      Total driving time today is around 5.5 hours and approximately 470km. Total walking distance is approximately 5km.

      Day 10: Numbung National Park

      It’s a driving day today, but a spectacular one. Cruising through the coastal gorges of Kalbarri National Park, we come to the quaint coastal town of Dongara, which sits at the head of the Irwin River. Visit Western Australia’s own Pink Lake at Port Gregory. Head on to Sandy Cape (Lancelin), a vast sand desert peopled by the strange limestone structures of the Pinnacles Nambung National Park. After a walk around here, it’s on to Perth, where this adventure winds up. (B and L)

      Included Activities: Nambung National Park (Pinnacles) Entrance

      Today’s driving will take approximately 7 hours and approximately 600km (with about 2km of walking). You’ll arrive in Central Perth around 6pm and there is no accommodation planned for this evening.

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      Important Booking Info
      • Hike the trails of Karijini National Park, weaving through the rocky chasms.
      • Swim in Karijini National Park’s ancient gorges and waterholes.
      • Explore Western Australia’s desert landscapes.
      • Peer into the ecologically diverse underwater world of the Ningaloo Reef
      • Get up close and personal with the Monkey Mia Dolphins

      Essential things to pack

      • Sleeping Bag suitable for the conditions (From May to September night time temperature can be very cold in some areas we camp, we recommend a – 5 degree Celsius rated bag. At other times a +5 to +10 degree Celsius rated bag will be OK),
      • Sturdy Shoes (hiking boots or runners),
      • Reef sandals or shoes you can wear in the water,
      • Torch / Head Lamp,
      • 1.5L Water bottle,
      • Swimmers & Towel,
      • Hat & Sunglasses,
      • Light, cotton long-sleeved shirt to cover up from the sun,
      • Sun Screen / Insect repellent,
      • Toiletries,
      • Camera,
      • Jumper / Pullover for night-time,

      Important Booking Info

      • Itineraries and inclusions can change due to seasonal, cultural or operational restrictions.
      • A high good level of fitness is required for all tours and activities provided by Real Adventure Group. Some hikes and walks take place over uneven ground and/or a significant distance.
      • We can cater to vegetarians, vegans, gluten-free and lactose intolerant passengers. Please understand we are on a camping tour so the food you may usually have may not be readily available. Please contact us when booking if you have any specific dietary needs.
      • A sleeping Bag is required, please bring your own.
      • Any alcoholic beverages. Passengers are allowed to purchase alcohol to take on tour but this must be bought in can or cask form as bottles (stubbies) will get smashed due to bumpy roads.
      • A strict luggage limit of 15 kg applies in a soft-sided bag
      How active is this tour?

      This Broome to Perth tour includes hikes up to 6 km per day, often requiring some scrambling over uneven terrain. The tour requires a good level of fitness and is recommended for active travelers who want to experience the wild nature of Western Australia. Extreme temperatures can be experienced while traveling in the outback (very hot, very cold, very humid). Please bring a small daypack for use when hiking and a pair of hiking boots is recommended

      The hike in Karijini National Park is challenging. Please bring sturdy, comfortable walking shoes and comfortable clothing. You will need two pairs of shoes, one that can get wet.

      Is this trip for me?

      On some days of the trip, you will spend several hours driving, often through very sparse areas of desert. Sit back and enjoy landscapes that you would miss in any other form of travel, and please read the itinerary carefully for travel time estimates..

      Temperatures in Western Australia can be extreme. During the day the weather can be hot (and the Australian sun is strong) so please bring appropriate clothing, use sun protection and drink plenty of water. In the evenings temperatures really drop, so ensure you have base layers and warm clothing.
      When you’re not camping, you’ll stay in multi-share accommodation that may be mixed gender.


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