10 Day Adelaide To Perth Tour

    This is the ultimate road trip across some of the less-travelled roads of Australia to see sights that will inspire you: the remoteness of the Nullarbor Plain, wildlife experiences, swim with sea lions (optional), national parks and walks, un-touched beaches and towering forests.

    On this Adelaide to Perth tour combine Australia’s ultimate road trip with incredible wildlife encounters on this 10-day swag camping adventure! Travel from Adelaide to Perth on our small group tour and see our backyard.

    This Adelaide to Perth bus tour is a small group adventure tour showcasing the remote and undiscovered regions of the Eyre Peninsular in South Australia, the arbor and the South West of Western Australia.  Destinations that feature some of the best beaches, national parks, and wildlife encounters on the planet. Offering a truly unique experience like sleeping under the stars in swags, swimming with dolphins and sea lions, hiking in beautiful national parks, surfing on mountainous sand dunes, treetop walks through ancient forests, and personalized indigenous culture.

    Departing Adelaide to Perth on tour you will first explore the Flinders Ranges in South Australia. Then try some sandboarding at Lake Newland sand dunes, We take you to the Great Australian Bight and across the Nullarbor.  As we make our way into Western Australia we will visit Cape Le Grand National Park. Two days of hiking and camping in Cape Le Grand will blow your mind, the most amazing white beaches. Visit the giant treetops of the Southwest of Western Australia and then up to Margaret River before finishing your adventure in Perth.

    Join us your epic adventure from Adelaide to Perth awaits!

    Per person

    $1,995

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      Itinerary

      Day 1: Adelaide to Mt. Remarkable National Park

      Your Adelaide to Perth adventure tour begins, headed north. Grab a coffee in the small town of Port Wakefield before exploring the beautiful beaches around Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula. In the seaside town of Port Germein, stroll along South Australia’s longest jetty, built-in 1881. Journey onwards to Mt. Remarkable National Park in the Southern Flinders Ranges to set up camp for the night.

      Today, travel approximately 350 km (4 hours) in total.

      Day 2: Mt. Remarkable National Park & Eyre Peninsula

      Wake up to the sounds of native birdlife, and after breakfast, embark on the first hike of the tour exploring Davey’s Gully. Take in stunning views across the Spencer Gulf. See some unique silo art in Kimba and after a quick pitstop for lunch, head towards the wildly beautiful Eyre Peninsula.

      Spot dolphins surfing the waves at Venus Bay and explore magical Talia Caves. Test your sandboarding skills in some epic dunes and arrive at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat for a BBQ feast. Spend the night in a unique swag hut in their unique eco-campground with shower and toilet facilities.

      Today, travel approximately 450km (5 hours) in total.

      Day 3: Baird Bay & Penong

      This morning, peel on a wetsuit for a two-hour learn-to-surf lesson on a pristine beach with Sceale Bay Surf School. Those not wanting to surf will be able to relax, swim or explore.

      Following a picnic lunch, it’s time for one of the tour highlights, swimming with the ever-playful wild sea lions and majestic dolphins on a 3-hour cruise in the sheltered waters of Baird Bay. This optional experience is an outsourced adventure operated by Baird Bay Eco Tours. At only $200, it is an experience to treasure forever.

      Tonight, camp at Penong, which is famous for its dozens of windmills. Today travel approximately 290km (5 hours).

      Day 4: Nullarbor & Great Australian Bight
      There is no getting out of a long drive today as we start to travel across the mighty Nullarbor Plain. Take a snap the world famous wombat, kangaroo and camel road sign, and experience the jaw-dropping beauty of the ‘Edge of Australia’ at the Bunda Cliffs.

      Stop at the iconic Nullarbor Roadhouse, explore the ruins of an old telegraph station and, come late arvo, cross the border into Western Australia. Tonight’s entertainment is provided courtesy of the celestial sphere.

      Today travel around 80 km (10 hours) with plenty of stops along the way. Tonight, bush camp under the Southern skies on the Nullarbor.

      Day 5: Nullarbor to Cape Le Grand National Park

      Today, take on Australia’s longest straight road – ’90 Mile Straight’. Visit the outback town of Balladonia, which shot to worldwide fame in 1979 when the Skylab space station returned to earth here rather abruptly.

      After another reasonably big drive today with plenty of entertainment and stops along the way, get ready for some of Australia’s most spectacular scenery, heading towards Esperance. This part of Western Australia has no less than nine National Parks and some of the best beaches in the world. Set up camp in the most spectacular of all, Cape Le Grand. It’s so striking, stay two nights here in the well-equipped camping area.

      Today travel around 600 km (7 hours).

      Day 6: Cape Le Grand National Park

      Crystal clear waters, powdery, white sands, expansive granite bluffs, and sunbathing kangaroos? Sound like a dream? Well, it’s not, because today you’ll wake up in paradise. Pristine and perfect are two words that reflect the absolute beauty of Cape Le Grand National Park. The ocean here is transparent, and the sand at Lucky Bay has twice been judged Australia’s whitest.

      Meet the iconic western greys, who don’t mind posing for that iconic kangaroo selfie. Spend the whole day exploring, swimming and bushwalking. You’ll also have some free time to do whatever you please.

      We drive only 10 minutes today, and walks will vary from 2-4 hours.

      Day 7: Cape Le Grand National Park & Stirling Ranges

      Sunrise here is spectacular, and it’s also when the roos are at their most active. Wander onto the beach nice and early to see these, before a hike up Frenchman Peak. A challenging yet rewarding hike, wow at the beautiful vistas which span right across Cape Le Grand and the Recherche Archipelago. Refuel with a lunch stop on one of the many beaches on Esperance’s Great Ocean Drive, then settle in for the onwards drive to our Stirling Ranges campsite at Mount Trio.

      Today, travel approximately 470 km (5 hours), and camp in a private campground in the Stirling Ranges which has shower and toilet facilities.

      Day 8: Stirling Ranges & South West Coast

      Today visit, the Porongurups for a two-hour hike through spectacular forests to Castle Rock and jump back on the bus for a magnificent coastal drive towards Albany. Be wowed at The Gap and Natural Bridge before stopping for a dip at Elephant Rocks and Greens Pool in William Bay National Park.

      From the coast to the forest, discover the old-growth forests of the Walpole Wilderness Region with the last stop of the day at the largest Tingle Tree in Western Australia.

      Travel approximately 270 km today (4 hours) and camp at the beautiful Shannon National Park, which has shower and toilet facilities.

      Day 9: Walpole & Margaret River

      Today we put adventure aside as we taste our way around the world-renowned Margaret River region. Whatever your taste buds desire, you will find it here. From wine to gin, and chocolate to cheese, by the end of the day you will be feeling very satisfied and merry. Cheers to that!

      Today travel around 200 km (5 hours), making tasting stops along the way. Tonight, camp at Big Valley Caravan Park in Margaret River which has shower and toilet facilities.

      Day 10: Margaret River to Perth

      Roll up your swag one last time before meeting Wardandi custodian, Josh. He will introduce you to the world’s oldest living culture with his authentic and personal interpretation. Go deep down into the Ngilgi Cave for a memorable underground didgeridoo performance, taste native foods, and experience traditional fire-lighting.

      As this 10-day adventure draws to an end, stop at the popular tourist town of Busselton, where it’s hard to miss the 19th-century jetty stretching 1.8 km into Geographe Bay. One last stint on the road has you arriving into Perth around 6 pm. Although there are no formal activities planned, it is usual for the group to get together and reflect on the big Adelaide to Perth adventure tour journey over a few drinks.

      Today travel around 300 km (4 hours). We recommend you have booked your Perth accommodation before departure.

      Highlights
      What To Bring
      FAQs
      • Explore the ancient Southern Flinders Ranges
      • Swim with wild sea lions and dolphins (Optional)
      • Learn-to-surf lesson and sandboarding adventure
      • Relax and swim at some of Australia’s best beaches
      • Feel inspired after hikes that will leave you speechless
      • Discover Cape Le Grand National Park and its friendly kangaroos
      • Walk among ancient forests in Western Australia
      • Taste your way around the Margaret River wine region
      • Engage with Indigenous culture

      Essential things to pack

      • Hat
      • Sunscreen
      • Walking shoes
      • Rainproof jacket
      • Insect repellent
      • Water bottle
      • Bathers and towel
      • Sleeping bag (you will need to bring your own. Can’t be hired. You will need to buy from Coles super market for $15 approx. or camping shops $50 approx.)

      Important Booking Info

      Where will I sleep on tour?

      Our tours are camping adventures, and participation and involvement are required from our passengers. People do need to enjoy the outdoors, hiking, and be able to cope with extreme weather conditions if travelling at the peak of summer. Camping on this tour is a mixture of national parks, campgrounds and bush camps (no facilities).

      When camping, we use single swags. Swags are ‘Aussie Bed Rolls’ made from sturdy canvas with a mattress built into the swag. Passengers need to provide a sleeping bag and pillow to insert into the swag.

      How fit do I need to be for this tour?

      A good level of fitness is required, and you need to be prepared for walks of between 3-9 kilometres on some days. This may involve rough ground and perhaps getting wet.

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