10 Day Perth To Adelaide 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.

    Prepare for adventure on our Perth to Adelaide tour. This ultimate roadtrip destination showcases the remote and undiscovered regions of Western Australia and South Australia. Destinations that feature some of the best beaches, national parks and wildlife encounters on the planet. This Perth to Adelaide camping tour offers 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, cage diving with great white sharks (optional) and personalised indigenous culture.

    Tour Highlights in this Perth to Adelaide tour for us include Wave Rock and other weird and wonderful rock formations, Fitzgerald River, Cape Le Grand National Park where there are incredible beaches and coastal hikes, Discover the natural wonders of South Australia’s wild Eyre Peninsula, Murphy’s Haystacks, Swimming with sea lions and dolphins (at the same time!), Shark cage diving with Great Whites, Sandboarding on mountainous dunes and hiking the Southern Flinders Ranges.

    Truly, this is a voyage where every moment is etched in the tapestry of memory. The Perth to Adelaide tour promises untold discoveries, heart-pounding encounters, and a deeper connection to the incredible landscapes that define Australia’s western and southern realms. Embrace the call of adventure and embark on a journey that will reshape your definition of exploration.

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    Perth to Adelaide Adventure Tour

    Adult( 13 - 99 ) From $2,495
    Child( 2 - 12 ) From $1,996
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      Day 1: Perth to Fitzgerald River National Park

      Your Perth to Adelaide camping tour begins travelling east from the city over the Darling Ranges,
      stopping for coffee at Western Australia’s oldest inland town, York. A bit more driving, and you’ll be
      eating lunch in the shadow of Wave Rock and, by late afternoon, setting up camp in Fitzgerald River
      National Park. This is one of Australia’s largest and most botanically significant national parks,
      renowned for its rugged hinterland, coastal scenery and more than 1,800 beautiful and rare plant
      Today travel around 600km.
      Swag camping at Fitzgerald River National Park, which has toilet and shower facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 2: Fitzgerald River to Cape Le Grand

      Begin the morning with a brisk hike up East Mt. Baron for breathtaking views, then take the coastal
      route into Esperance, an iconic oceanic wonderland. This part of Western Australia has no less than
      nine national parks where you’ll find some of the best beaches in the world. Connect to Country
      during a 90-minute Dabungool Cultural Experience. Join local Wudjari Nyungar mother and daughter
      as they guide you on a coastal walk to learn about the six seasons, bushfood and medicine plants
      that have sustained the Wudjari people for many thousands of years.
      Next, drive along one of the most magical stretches of oceanside road you’ll ever see. Stop for a
      swim at Twilight Beach before travelling a little further east to Cape Le Grand National Park. Set up
      camp where the bush meets the beach at Lucky Bay, your base, for two nights. Spend the afternoon
      hiking, swimming in turquoise waters, or simply just soaking up the serenity.
      Travel about 250km today.
      Swag camping at Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grand National Park, which has toilet and shower facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 3: Cape Le Grand National Park

      Sunrise is a sacred time here, and it’s also when the friendly western grey kangaroos are most active.
      Wander onto the beach to say hello before strapping on your hiking boots to embark on one of the
      best hikes of the tour, climbing Frenchman Peak for sweeping views across Cape Le Grand and
      Recherche Archipelago. Spend the remainder of the day unearthing this incredible park. Traverse
      through lush bushland, swim at fantastic bays and coves and learn about its abundant flora and
      We drive only 10 minutes today, and walks will vary from 2-4 hours. Stay a second night in Cape Le
      Swag camping for a second night at Lucky Bay.
      Meals Included
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      Day 4: The Nullarbor

      Rise with the sun and hit the road. By nightfall, we’ll be falling asleep under the star-filled outback
      skies of the Nullarbor. En route, stop at the quintessential outback town of Norseman before we
      traverse the Eyre Highway eastbound, taking in Australia’s longest straight road, 90 Mile Straight.
      Watch the ever-changing landscapes from your window as your guide regales the history and stories
      that make this land unique. Tonight, gaze up at distant galaxies on a genuine bush camping
      experience on the Nullarbor.
      There is no escaping a long drive today with 790km of outback to cover but plenty of stops along the
      Swag camping on the Nullarbor (no facilities).
      Meals Included
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      Day 5: The Nullarbor and the Great Australian Bight

      Today we continue crossing the outback of the mighty Nullarbor. Make a stop at Eucla, an old
      telegraph township now mostly buried beneath dunes. Classic Australian sights stretch out before us
      on the road today. Keep your cameras at the ready for iconic photo opportunities at the famous
      camels, kangaroos and wombats crossing road sign and the edge of Australia, where the outback
      drops dramatically into the Southern Ocean. Stretching approximately 200 kilometres along the
      Great Australian Bight, Bunda Cliffs are the world’s longest continuous line of sea cliffs.
      Further on, unearth a piece of Australian history as we cross the Dingo Fence. At 5,614 kilometres, it
      is the world’s longest fence and marks the entry point to the Yalata Aboriginal lands. Finally, in the
      afternoon, arrive at Fowlers Bay.
      Travel we travel around 560km.
      Swag camping at Fowlers Bay Caravan Park, which provides toilets and showers.
      Meals Included
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      Day 6: Eyre Peninsula's West Coast

      This morning, unearth some pristine coastal sights, including a legendary surf break at Cactus Beach,
      before stopping at the Penong Windmill Museum to meet ‘Bruce’, the biggest windmill in Australia.
      After stocking up on supplies in Streaky Bay, test your sandboarding skills in some massive dunes.
      Come late afternoon, arrive at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat to enjoy a barbecue feast and roll out your
      swag in a unique outdoor hut.
      Today travel approximately 400km.
      Swag camping at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat, which provides toilets and showers.
      Meals Included
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      Day 7: Baird Bay and Port Lincoln

      Today, get ready for a truly magical wildlife encounter. Head out on a small boat into the calm
      waters of Baird Bay to Jones Island, home of a wild colony of Australian Sea Lions. Once moored, pop
      on a snorkel swim in the rock pools. Before long, some curious and playful sea lions will likely come
      to take a closer look, twisting, twirling and splashing around you. When you thought this day
      couldn’t get any better, you will also have the opportunity to swim with wild, magical bottlenose
      dolphins. It’s important to note these creatures are wild and are not fed or coerced in any way. This
      optional three-hour cruise is an outsourced adventure operated by Baird Bay Eco Tours and needs to
      be booked in advance.
      Those who choose to stay on land will travel to Point Labatt Conservation Park, the only place on the
      mainland where you can see Australian seal pups playing and resting on the beach.
      After lunch, continue down the coast, stopping at travel to Elliston for a short coastal drive, then
      onwards to set up camp for two nights at Bayview Park.
      Travel around 400km today.
      Swag camping at Bayview Park which has shower and toilet facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 8: Port Lincoln & Coffin Bay

      This morning, you can give back during a conservation volunteering experience. We have various
      conservation partners in Port Lincoln, including Bayview Park, where we camp for two nights. They
      offset their carbon footprint by collecting and propagating native seeds and revegetating the land.
      What we do this morning depends on the time of year, but you might find yourself collecting seeds
      or planting trees.
      Feeling inspired, it’s time to unearth some of the natural highlights of Port Lincoln and its
      surroundings. First, visit the rugged and spectacular Whalers Way before heading to Mikkira Station
      Koala Sanctuary. This private property is home to the Eyre Peninsula’s only wild koala population,
      and with lots of kangaroos and emus also calling Mikkira home, this is a great place to spot wildlife
      and have lunch.
      This afternoon, hit the white sandy beaches of Coffin Bay National Park before heading to Port
      Lincoln, where you will have some free time to explore and grab dinner before returning to camp.
      Alternative Itinerary
      Those coming to Port Lincoln to get up close and personal with the aquatic wildlife can opt to have a
      Great White Shark experience. This outsourced activity is not included in the itinerary and must be
      booked directly with Calypso Star Charters. Please see Optional Extras for more information.
      Drive time today is about 2.5 hours unless you are doing the shark experience, in which case it is
      only 1 hour.
      Swag camping for a second night at Bayview Park.
      Meals Included

      Day 9: Port Lincoln to Flinders Ranges

      Surfing is a way of life in Australia, so today, pull on a wetsuit for a two-hour learn-to-surf lesson.
      The turquoise and calm water of Fisheries Bay are the perfect places for beginners to perfect their
      skills. Those not wanting to surf can relax on the beach or swim. Stop to see unique silo art in Cowell
      before some free time in Port Augusta.
      Then, onwards to Spear Creek Holiday Park, which is set adjacent to the Western slopes of the
      Flinders Ranges in the middle of a 21,000-acre working sheep station. After a tasty dinner prepared
      by your Guide, kick back and enjoy front-row seats to one of Earth’s most spectacular light shows.
      The Flinders Ranges is famed as having some of the Southern Hemisphere’s clearest skies. Roll out
      your swag under a blanket of stars twinkling stars and reflect on your adventure.
      Today travel approximately 400km.
      Swag camping at Spear Creek Holiday Park, which has a toilet and shower facilities.
      Meals Included
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      Day 10: Flinders Ranges to Adelaide

      The fossils discovered in the Flinders Ranges are so old that geologists had to revise the geologic timeline of Earth’s history, identifying a new era called the Ediacaran period. After breakfast, we will unearth more of this amazing park as we pull on our hiking boots for a morning hike. After lunch, we begin the final leg of our tour back to Adelaide. South Australia is well known for its world-class wine, and the last stop of the tour takes full advantage of this. Pull up in the Clare Valley wine region for a wine tasting, and cheers to your adventure before finally arriving in Adelaide around 5 pm. Today we travel approximately 330km.
      Meals Included
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      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      • Amazing Wave Rock formation
      • Nullarbor Plain remote landscapes
      • Cape Le Grand National Park beaches and guided walks
      • Swim with dolphins and sea lions (optional)

      Essential things to pack

      • Hat
      • Sunscreen
      • Walking shoes/boots
      • Rainproof jacket
      • Insect repellent
      • Water bottle
      • Bathers/towel
      • Sleeping bag (you will need to bring your own)

      Important Booking Info

      • Itinerary changes may occur to ensure we provide the best possible experience. Weather conditions in Australia can change quickly, and our experienced guides will always put the safety of our passengers first. Any itinerary changes will be communicated to the group in advance.
      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 3-12 kilometres on some days. This may involve rough ground and perhaps getting wet.

      To get the most from our adventure tours, you need to enjoy the outdoors and hiking and be able to cope with a range of weather conditions. Our guides work hard and sometimes need a helping hand, so we kindly ask for involvement from our passengers, such as helping with meals and packing up camp.

      When to book the optional tours?

      On this tour, there are two optional extras that you can decide to add to their tour.

      You can find all the details below in the Optional Extras section. As these experiences can fill up, we
      recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.
      • Swim with wild sea lions and dolphins at Baird Bay. This experience includes a three-hour cruise with all equipment and morning tea provided.
      • If you would like to choose the alternative itinerary for Day 8 in Port Lincoln and have a white shark experience with Calypso Star Charters, you need to contact them directly to check availability and book.

      How much luggage can I bring?

      Due to limited space in the trailer, bags are restricted to 1 × 15 kg backpack/soft travel bag per person, plus one small piece of hand luggage for on the bus.


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