Perth to Adelaide Overland

Perth to Adelaide Overland

From $ 1,645 AUD


From Perth, cross the vast plains of Western Australia and the mighty Nullarbor towards Adelaide on a nine-day epic road trip, covering the south-western half of this mighty continent. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to spot a kangaroo, wombat, emu and dingo in the wild, swim with dolphins and beside sea lions and take in some of Australia’s best coastal scenery. This trip is the ultimate itinerary for those looking for a wild and nature-filled journey in the outback. Sit back and relax as you watch the great expanse of Australia’s rugged interior pass you by, without a worry in the world.

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  • Take some lunch stops during your days of driving in true Aussie style, passing by the renowned Wave Rock and the outback town of Norseman with your small group.
  • Cape Le Grand National Park in southern WA is home to some simply stunning stretches of coastline. As you stroll by the crystal clear waters, keep your camera handy for the odd kangaroo lazing on the shore.
  • Get active on a series of included adventures along the Eyre Peninsula, including sandboarding at Lake Newland, a surf lesson, and some hikes through Mt Remarkable National Park.
  • Consider booking in on an unforgettable marine experience, swimming with sea lions as they duck, dive and roll in the crystal-clear waters of Baird Bay.
  • Your leader has all of the local know-how to get you from place to place and make sure your small group sees the best of southern Australia. Plus, they’ll give you a hand setting up your swag!


ITINERARY CHANGES Our itineraries are updated regularly throughout the year based on customer feedback and to reflect the current situation in each destination. The information included in this Essential Trip Information may therefore differ from when you first booked your trip. It is important that you review this information prior to travel so that you have the latest updates. Due to weather, local conditions, transport schedules, public holidays, or other factors, further changes may be necessary to your itinerary once in-country. The order and timing of included activities in each location may also vary seasonally to ensure our travellers have the best experience. Your tour leader will keep you up to date with any such changes once on tour. OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES A selection of optional activities that have been popular with past travellers are listed in the day-to-day itinerary. This isn't an exhaustive list and should be used as a guide only for some of what might be available. Prices are approximate, are for entrance only, and don’t include transport to and from the sites or local guides unless indicated. All activities are subject to availability, and maybe on a join-in basis. It may not be possible to do all the activities listed in the time available at each destination, so some pre-planning for what you are most interested in is advised. When it's recommended that travellers pre-book these activities, look for a note in the Special Information section of the day-to-day itinerary. For most, they can either be organised independently on the day, or let your leader know you are interested in the Group Meeting and they can assist. Where activities are considered medium or high risk, we work with operators whose safety and credentials we have sighted and assessed. Although it is possible that you may find the same activity cheaper with another operator on the ground, we cannot vouch for the safety or quality of that operator. Medium and high-risk activities not listed above have not been assessed by us and as such our staff and leaders are unable to assist you with organising these activities. Activities that contravene our Responsible Travel policies are also not listed. Please remember that the decision to partake in any activity not listed is at your own discretion and risk. Swim with Australian Sealions & Dolphins from $150-$160 Witnessing the rare and endangered Australian Sea Lions and dolphins in their natural habitat is one of the most life-enhancing experiences. The inquisitive, gentle nature of these stunning sea creatures is unparalleled in the underwater world. Your day, swimming with the sea lions set off on a half-day tour to the crystal clear waters of Seal Cove, where the gorgeous puppies of the sea welcome your arrival as they bound toward the boat with their unmistakable glee and excitement; performing somersaults and graceful swirls, inviting you to join in!

Day 1 - Perth – Fitzgerald River National Park
Begin your eastbound adventure as you travel over the Darling Ranges. After a morning break at the historic township of York, continue our journey south with a lunch stop at Wave Rock, where there's the opportunity to have a look at this amazing rock formation. After lunch, drive further south to the Fitzgerald River National Park – an internationally recognised world biosphere reserve with plenty of beautiful beaches, rugged coastline and the opportunity for a short walk.
Day 2 - Cape Le Grand National Park
Begin the morning with a brisk hike up East Mt Baron – one of the three quartzite peaks that make up the Barren Ranges. Legs stretched, take the coastal route into Esperance for a coffee break and mosey around. Then get ready for some of Australia’s most spectacular scenery – this part of WA has no less than nine national parks, and where you'll camp is arguably the most spectacular of all, Cape Le Grand National Park. The ocean here is crystal clear, the local Western grey kangaroos are regularly sunbaking on the beach and the sand at Lucky Bay has twice been judged Australia’s whitest. Enjoy a free afternoon here – how you spend it is totally up to you. Set out on a coastal bushwalk, splash about in the sea, capture some epic photos or just kick back with your new travel pals on the beach.
Day 3 - The Nullarbor
If you didn’t have a chance to spot any roos yesterday, head down to the beach early this morning and see what’s hopping about before a morning hike up Frenchman’s Peak which has stunning views across the inlets and islands of the Recherche Archipelago. Afterwards, take a stunning coastal drive stopping at some of the region's most breathtaking beaches including Twilight Cove before heading to the outback town of Norseman for lunch. Hit the Eyre Highway after lunch to continue the journey eastbound. Tonight, if the skies are clear, be left speechless by the show of constellations and shooting stars on display high up above.
Day 4 - The Nullarbor
Driving’s the name of the game today – you’ve got 500 kilometres of the world’s longest stretch of straight road to cover! Today will certainly give you a sense of the sheer size of this vast and ancient land. The name ‘Nullarbor’ is derived from the Latin for ‘no trees’, so vegetation is one thing you shouldn’t expect to see today. Make a stop at Eucla – an old telegraph township now mostly buried beneath sand dunes – then call in for a night’s camping at Koonalda Homestead in the Nullarbor National Park. This unique camp site was originally a sheep shearing station and fuel and rest stop for people travelling along the Nullarbor in the 1950s. Abandoned in the 1970s, the site became somewhat of a car graveyard with old cars left behind, broken down on the Nullarbor Plain. It's a photographers dream!
Day 5 - The Great Australian Bight – Coodlie Park
Stops for today include the highway’s camels, kangaroos and wombats crossing road sign and the Bunda Cliffs – where the Plain drops dramatically into the Southern Ocean. Running for approximately 200 kilometres along the Great Australian Bight, this is the world’s longest uninterrupted line of sea cliffs. Drive onto the Nullarbor Plain and across the dingo fence while travelling through Yalata First Nations lands. In the afternoon, check out the Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre. Here you will learn more about the different styles and meaning behind many forms of First Nations artwork. Stop at Streaky Bay for any supplies and after a drive, arrive at Coodlie Park bush camp. This working farm has traditional cropping, sheep and a project of tree planting on their own land to offset their own carbon emissions.
Day 6 - Mikkira Station
Today is a day filled with oceanside adventures! This morning you’ll have the opportunity to swim, snorkel and splash about with playful sea lions and dolphins on a three-hour cruise in the calm and sheltered waters of Baird Bay. Those who choose to stay dry will have the morning at their leisure, perhaps deciding to visit Point Labatt seal colony. In the afternoon, test out your sand boarding skills in the Lake Newland Conservation Park sand dunes then explore the spectacular Eyre Peninsula coastline visiting Talia Caves before heading to Port Lincoln. This seaside community is known for its seafood, so be sure to consider that with your dinner options tonight.
Day 7 - Port Lincoln – Mikkira Station
This morning you will have time to do some optional activities. For people not looking to book anything in, there will be time to explore the Eyre Peninsula including Whalers Way, Coffin Bay, and Port Lincoln. Enjoy a delicious lunch on the foreshore and afterwards have some free time to check out the town before making the short drive back to our campsite in Mikkira Station, home to a wild koala population. Tonight you’ll go to sleep under the koala-filled trees and wake to the now familiar sounds of native birdlife.
Day 8 - Lincoln National Park
This morning, hit the water for a surf lesson with Xtreme Kite and Paddle on a remote beach. Those not wanting to surf will be able to relax, swim or explore. After lunch, head onwards to the ancient southern Flinders Ranges and Mt Remarkable National Park. Set up camp for the night at Mambray Creek and then head out to see the abundant native wildlife that call this region home.
Day 9 - Mt Remarkable – Adelaide
Embark on a hike this morning on Davey’s Gully Walk in Mt Remarkable National Park, before hitting the road back to Adelaide and travelling through some of South Australia quant country towns. You may even have time to indulge in a wine tasting in the Clare Valley. Later in the day, this overland adventure will come to an end on arrival in Adelaide. With no activities planned after arrival, you're free to leave at any time; however, we recommend joining your travel crew for an optional dinner and drinks to celebrate your Australian adventure.

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22-11-202030-11-2020AUD $ 1,645-
06-12-202014-12-2020AUD $ 1,645-
20-12-202028-12-2020AUD $ 1,645-
03-01-202111-01-2021AUD $ 1,645-
17-01-202125-01-2021AUD $ 1,645-
31-01-202108-02-2021AUD $ 1,645-
14-02-202122-02-2021AUD $ 1,645-
28-02-202108-03-2021AUD $ 1,645-
14-03-202122-03-2021AUD $ 1,645-
28-03-202105-04-2021AUD $ 1,645-


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