Explore Rottnest Island at your own pace, by land, and by sea, on this self-guided tour. The package comes with the ferry from Perth to Rottnest plus a bike and snorkeling gear, which will take care of your transport and recreation needs above and below sea level.
All about the 9 Day Perth To Broome Tour
The WA coastline is nothing short of a traveler’s paradise. Aptly dubbed the “Turquoise Coast”, the largely untouched Western coast is bursting with a wealth of natural beauty, activity, and sunshine. The people are friendly; the landscapes are stunning; the accommodation is top notch; the food is as fresh as can be. What more can you possibly desire? Whether you’re looking to relax or to adventure, the WA coast is your getaway.
Firstly you will explore the Pinnacles Desert. Have you ever witnessed rocks change moods? On a plain of shifting sand, thousands of ancient limestone formations called the Pinnacles arise. Watch the Pinnacles’ shadows grow and change color according to the play of light in a breathtaking display.
You will then visit Kalbarri National Park which perfectly captures Australia’s vibrant beauty. Peer through “Nature’s Window” framing a spectacular view of Murchison River, or get a closer look at the beautiful river by visiting the Z-Bend look out. Wherever you happen to wander here, you’re bound to get a good snap! The park also features activities like abseiling, Aboriginal cultural tours and bushwalking. Whatever your physical ability, Kalbarri National Park has something to accommodate everyone.
Then it's a visit to the famous Monkey Mia dolphins. Visitors can get up close and personal with these friendly bottlenose dolphins as they swim to the shoreline for their feed. If that’s not incentive enough, Monkey Mia boasts spectacularly clear waters, making for flawless photos. Grab the chance to kayak or just unwind in comfort at the Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort.
You will catch a glimpse of the dawn of time when you visit the Stromatolites, nicknamed “living fossils”. These natural limestone formations are built by cyanobacteria over thousands of years. If you look closely, you can even see them “breathing” by creating tiny bubbles. Hamelin Pool is one of only three places in the world where you can see living marine stromatolites. You definitely do not want to pass up the opportunity to see this!
Next up is Coral Bay which offers a variety of ways to experience Australian wildlife, including scuba diving and swimming with manta rays. Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s only reef which begins at the water’s edge, making it a great place for beginner snorkelers to safely interact with a bounty of marine life. Depending on the season, you can meet turtles or swim with gentle whale sharks. Whatever you feel like doing, from snorkeling in Ningaloo Reef or simply soaking in the beauty of Coral Bay’s scenic white beaches, this tour gives you the freedom to pick and choose what you want to do at your leisure.
Exmouth’s Cape Range National Park sports rugged canyons, Yardie Creek’s border of striking multicoloured cliffs, and threatened black-footed rock-wallabies hidden in the cliffs. Snorkel in the crystal waters of Turquoise Bay, catch the panoramic view of the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse or visit the Milyearing Visitors Centre to find out about more activities. Exmouth is the perfect place to tailor your activities to your preferences! Between March and July, we offer the option to swim with the Whale Sharks.
The historic and charming town of Tom Price sits at 747m above sea level. Admire its panoramic views and take photos of its impressive open cut mines, testimony to its mining background. Refuel yourself with snacks from the service station and you’ll be ready to adventure on in no time. The test of time has never been more evidently flouted by Karijini National Park’s gorges. Its rock walls flaunt stunning red layers and are complemented by pools of beautiful jade water. Truly relax as you take a dip in the cool water or even stand under waterfalls. The park also features countless species of flora and fauna, including red kangaroos and echidnas. We know you can probably stay here forever, which is why we’ve dedicated two full days of your Perth to Broome tour here in magnificent Karijini.
80 Mile Beach is a stretch of pristine beach unbroken for, you guessed it, 80 miles. Enjoy a tranquil walk while drinking in the beach’s panoramic views of ocean and sky. Why not collect some unique and beautiful shells along the way? 80 Mile Beach is the real life stuff that your typical Australian ads are made of.
Although any trip to the West coast is guaranteed to be spectacular, our Real Aussie Adventure 9 Day Perth to Broome Tour offers you the most comfortable, flexible and authentic Australian experiences. You’ll have the advantage of a seasoned tour guide, roomy accommodation, and quality food throughout your trip. A tour where everything is taken care of...sounds good to us!
9 Day Perth To Broome Tour Itinerary - 9 days
Perth to Kalbarri
Your first day starts at 7am, when you will get picked up from Perth to begin your adventure. Your first stop is to see the morning light hitting the iconic Pinnacles in Nambung National Park. You will have a fully guided tour around the Pinnacles and also visit the discovery centre. We have lunch by the sea and then drive up toward Kalbarri National Park, past Geraldton. Take a breather as you watch the sunset over the western horizon at the Big River Ranch. Enjoy some true Aussie hospitality for the first night on your West Coast Adventure. (L, D)
Kalbarri to Monkey Mia
Today you visit the marvels of The Murchison Gorge, Natures Window and Z-Bend in Kalbarri National Park. Here you have the option to try abseiling (additional cost). Cool off with a swim in the Murchison River before it's back on the bus and travel north to the Shark Bay region. you will get the chance to explore Shell beach, like its name, a beach full of tiny shells. Then we move onto Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort for a sunset swim and to settle into your accommodation. (BLD)
Shark Bay to Coral Bay
This morning meet the famous Monkey Mia dolphins for some excellent photos. Then join an optional sea kayak (additional cost) or just chill out on the beach or at the resort. We visit the live rock formations Stromatolites before we settle into our accommodation in Coral Bay, located right on the famous Ningaloo Reef. (BLD)
Today enjoy free time to experience the many great tours and activities Coral Bay has to offer. Go for a stroll on the beach and check out the shark nursery, swim with the manta rays (additional cost) or go for a snorkel on the Ningaloo Reef only metres from shore. This evening we take the short drive up the peninsular to Exmouth and check into our accommodation at Ningaloo Club. (B, D)
Today is yours to join any of the optional activities available including snorkeling with the friendly giants of the sea, the whale sharks (seasonal additional cost) or enjoying a fully guided tour of Cape Range National park, a spectacular place of rugged limestone ranges, breathtaking deep canyons and 50km of pristine beaches. Experience guided snorkeling trips including the stunning Turquoise Bay, Vlamingh Head Lighthouse and lookout, Milyearing Visitors Centre and more before we return to our accommodation. (B, L, D)
Exmouth to Karijini National Park
Up early to travel east through station country and stop at Tom Price, the highest town in Western Australia. Here you can get some supplies heading to the amazing Karijini National Park. Stay at the multi award-winning Karijini Eco Retreat in deluxe Safari Eco Tents with your own veranda, quality beds, linen and hot showers. (BLD)
Karijini National Park
Today you have plenty of time to explore Karijini National Park and to enjoy 2.5 billion years of evolution and 40,000 years of culture. Visit and hike many of the gorges, swim in amazing rock pools, stand under waterfalls and explore intriguing rock formations including Hancock Gorge, Weano Gorge and its adventurous Handrail Pool, Dales Gorge, Circular Pool, Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool and more. (B, L, D)
Karijini National Park to Pardoo Roadhouse
After another comfortable night in your eco-tent you will be ready for more exploring in Karijini National Park today. Later this afternoon we all travel further north to Pardoo Roadhouse and snuggle into your swag for a night of camping. (B, L, D)
Pardoo Roadhouse to Broome
This morning you will arrive at 80 Mile Beach for some stunning photos. Upon arrival in Broome your guide will take you for a tour around town. You should arrive into Broome between 2pm and 4pm. Accommodation is not included tonight. (B, L)
Saturdays (4 March to 16 December 2017 and 1 March to 8 December 2018) at 7 am from Perth city accommodation and Tourist Coach Stand.
This 9 day Perth to Broome tour does not operate January and February due to the weather conditions.
Perhaps these tours to Exmouth will suit you at this time?
Important NotesThings you need to know about this tour
- Please advise us of any medical or mobility issues prior to booking
- Scuba Divers: On day 4 and/or 5 scuba divers can head out with one of our recommended dive companies to explore the more remote regions of the reef. Choose your package and let us take care of the booking either before you depart or once we arrive at Coral Bay or Exmouth.
- Luggage should be restricted to 15kg in a soft bag or backpack plus a daypack.
- Suitable for passengers 18-45 years old. Any clients between the ages of 45-59 will be required to sign a medical form. We are unable to accept any bookings for passengers 60 years and above as this tour is not suitable.
- Single and Twin/double option on some tours as requested: 5 nights budget accommodation with shared facilities, 2 nights private safari tent, 1-night swag camp with a pop-up tent on request
- Travel insurance is recommended for this Perth to Broome tour. Get a quote here.
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