9 Day Perth To Broome Adventure

Travel the spectacular West Coast in a small group 4WD tour!

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Duration
Duration
9 days
Pick-Up & Drop-Off
Pick-Up & Drop-Off
Included
Minimum Age
Minimum Age
15 yrs old
Fitness Level
Fitness Level
Low/Medium
Meals
Meals
Included
Start & End Location
Start & End Location
Start Perth, End Broome
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What's Included

  • Travel the spectacular West Coast of Western Australia in a small group 4WD tour!
  • 8 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 8 dinners
  • All National Park entry fees
  • All camping fees
  • Private property access
  • 4WD vehicle for bush and beach access
  • Dedicated wildlife hiking guide
  • Pick up from select locations in Perth and drop off at your Broome accommodation
  • All camping gear except sleeping bags

 

Where you'll visit:

  • Day 1: Perth to Kalbarri
  • Day 2: Kalbarri to Monkey Mia
  • Day 3: Monkey Mia to Coral Bay
  • Day 4: Coral Bay
  • Day 5: Ningaloo Reef & Exmouth
  • Day 6: Exmouth to Karijini
  • Day 7: Karijini National Park
  • Day 8: Karijini National Park
  • Day 9: Karijini National Park to Broome

What's excluded

  • Optional Boat Cruises on Ningaloo Reef (Whale Shark, Humpback Whale, Manta Ray Cruises)
  • Snorkel Hire Exmouth & Coral Bay
  • Sleeping Bags

WHAT TO EXPECT

The West Coast of Australia is spectacular and made even better by its remoteness. Join this 9 day Perth to Broome adventure and camp on beaches, travel rough 4WD tracks to hidden coastal gems, and explore places like Karajini, Monkey Mia, Ningaloo, and Kalbarri.

 

Itinerary:

 

Day 1: 

 

The tour picks you up in Perth at 6 am, getting out of the city nice and early. The first stop is Nambung National Park, home of the Pinnacles. From here the tour continues north to Kalbarri National Park. You'll explore some of the coastal areas of Kalbarri in the afternoon, which includes sections of the Bigurda Trail & Eagle Gorge. After a bit of outdoor action, the tour heads to your first bush camp of the tour.

 

Bush camping is one of the best experiences on this tour! Camp spots are located in beautiful wilderness areas among some of the most stunning landscapes. Where possible the tour has a campfire and uses swags and tents. Swags can be used under the stars or in the tents. The first camp is 100% exclusive on a private farming property near Kalbarri National Park.

 

Day 2:

 

Rise with the sun and get moving early. From camp, the tour heads into Kalbarri National Park where you'll explore the inland gorges of the park including Murchison Gorge & Natures Window. From Kalbarri, the tour heads north towards Shark Bay and Monkey Mia. The tour drops into the amazing Shell Beach, which is a beach made of millions of.. you guessed it, shells! Then you'll head to another awesome campsite on the coast where we are immersed in total wilderness and surrounded by nature.

 

Day 3:

 

Wake up early and head for Monkey Mia. Here you'll spend quality time with the dolphins and participate in a feeding session. Wild dolphins have been visiting the shoreline at Monkey Mia every day for over 40 years, making this spot in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area one of the best and most reliable places for dolphin interaction in the world. The dolphin interactions are regulated by rangers and a few lucky visitors are selected to hand-feed the dolphins a small amount of fish.

 

From Monkey Mia, the tour heads for Coral Bay. Tonight's campsite is one of our best on Aboriginal Land. On most trips, the tour also participates in a cultural activity where one of the Aboriginal traditional owners will sit around the campfire and talk about the spiritual significance of the place where their ancestors have lived for thousands of years. This is always a special experience! On some occasions, this activity is not available due to Cultural reasons. Tonight you'll sleep under the very same stars that Aboriginal people have been sleeping under for millennia.

 

Day 4: 

 

Coral Bay is only 5 minutes down a bush track. Spend all day at Coral Bay where there is a variety of activities to suit all tastes and budgets, including;

 

  • Relaxing and swimming on the beach
  • Hiring snorkels and exploring the bay
  • Joining a Manta Ray Snorkeling Boat Cruise
  • Joining a Hump Back Whale Cruise (in season)
  • Joining a Whale Shark Snorkeling Boat Cruise (in season)

 

If you are planning on doing a Whale Shark cruise, it is best to wait to book this until you join the tour so that you maximise your chances of a successful cruise. Your guide will look at the weather forecast and will also know where the best place is to see Whale Sharks. In the afternoon you'll head back to camp.

 

Day 5:

 

From the Coral Bay campsite, you'll head a short distance north to the town of Exmouth and the Cape Range National Park. More coastal delights include a place called Turquoise Bay, where the coral reef comes right up to the beach. The tour spends time here exploring the reef where you'll see tropical fish, turtles, and dolphins.

 

In addition to Turquoise Bay, the Cape Range National Park is home to Yardie Creek. This is a coastal gorge that includes a great hike and more swimming opportunities. The tour accesses another private wilderness camp right on the Exmouth Bay and enjoys time under the stars and around the campfire.

 

Day 6:

 

Today you'll head inland to the spectacular Pilbara Region and Karijini National Park. Karijini is a highlight of the trip as you spend the final days of the tour exploring the spectacular gorges and waterfalls.

 

The tour spends two nights at Karijini, which provides easy access to the plethora of amazing places to swim, hike, and explore. Upon arrival, the tour heads to Hamersley Gorge in the North of the Park. Hamersley is spectacular! There is a steep climb down to a beautiful pool where most people stay, however, you can follow the creek up a few kilometres into waterholes!

 

Day 7: 

 

The tour takes the next two days to explore the remainder of Karijini National Park. Slot canyons, deep gorges and waterfalls surround this outback oasis. Head into the Weana area to find:

 

  • Weano Gorge
  • Hancock Gorge
  • Red Gorge
  • Handrail Pool

 

There is so much to explore as well as great hiking and swimming! At the end of Day 7, the tour heads to a National Park Campground to cook up another feast.

 

Day 8:

 

On Day 8, the tour normally checks out the East Karijini delights of Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool & Dales Gorge. Again an action-packed day exploring, hiking, and swimming. After lunch, the tour heads off to your final wilderness camp of the tour. Again you'll have a private spot located on a cattle station where you can crank up the campfire and cook a feast.

 

Day 9:

 

Today the tour pushes through the Pilbara region via Marble Bar, home to the famous Iron Clad Hotel where you can stop for a refreshment and good Aussie hospitality. Marble Bar is a unique outback town with a strong history, it also claims the title of Australia’s hottest town! Summers are always up there in the high 40’s however back in 1922, long before anyone had invented air conditioning it got to a whopping 49.2C!

 

The tour gradually leaves the rugged Pilbara behind on a network of dirt roads and emerge back to the west coast near 80-mile beach south of Broome. After a refreshing swim, the tour pushes on to Broome where you finish the expedition with a swim and classic Cable Beach Sunset.

 

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  • 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 0 or +5 degree Celsius rated bag.
    • At other times a +10  or higher degree Celsius rated bag will be OK
  • Sturdy shoes (hiking boots or runners)
  • Shoes you can wear in the water
  • Torch / Head Lamp
  • Refillable Water bottle
  • Swimmers & Towel
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Light, cotton long-sleeved shirt to cover up from the sun
  • Sun Screen / Insect repellent
  • Toiletries
  • iPod
  • Camera
  • Jumper / Pullover for night-time
  • Pillow/ Pillow Case to put on one of our pillows or to stuff with your clothing to create a pillow.

Please make sure you pack at least 1 jumper & long pants, cold snaps can come through at any time of the year, so be prepared. (During the winter, especially June to August the temperatures can drop below zero in outback regions).

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For the most part no, however depending on your phone plan you may get reception around the towns of Katherine, Kununurra & Derby. The best carrier for reception appears to be Telstra.

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Generally no. You are travelling through a very remote areas and have a preference for wilderness camping. The tour does however spend lots of time swimming (no soap in creeks etc), and has developed several good bush options for those who are desperate. Don’t worry, you’ll be fine!

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During the days as you travel, the tour often stops at places where there are normal flushing toilets and / or basic toilets, these places include petrol stations & National Parks. When camping, the tour prefers to camp in the wilderness, which means there are no toilets. The tour does carry a portable toilet which is used by both girls and boys doing a number 2, and girls doing a number 1. Boys doing a number 1 can find a tree.

 

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June, July and August are normally the most comfortable times to travel, nights are cool and days are a warm but not typically too hot, around 25 – 30 degrees Celsius is common. If you are travelling in April, May, September or October in the Kimberley, it will be BLOODY HOT. Days over 40 degrees Celsius are common.

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The tour provides lots of fresh food on our tours and often receive positive feedback re the cooking skills of our guides. Each guide is responsible for their own menu so we cannot provide you with specific details of each meal, however here’s a general guide of what to expect.

 

Breakfast

Normally consists of cereal & muesli with milk & toast with spreads, teas and coffee. Each passenger is responsible for preparing their own breakfast.

 

Lunch.

Normally consists of wraps, rolls & bread with cold meat, salad and condiments etc. Each passenger is responsible for preparing their own lunch.

 

Dinner

Each night will different, expect BBQ’s, Pasta dishes, stir frys, roasts in the camp oven etc. Your guide is responsible for preparing the evening meal, however, will request assistance in preparation of vegetables etc. If you are a keen cook there are normally opportunities for you to take over and put your own stamp on a meal or two.

 

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The meals are designed to cater for meat eaters and vegetarians. The tour does not cater for Gluten-free diets.

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The tour has a general limit of 15kg per person in a soft bag.

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Terms & Conditions:

  • The tour reserves the right to amend, vary or cancel a tour where in its best judgment road, climatic, political or other circumstances deem it to be necessary.
  • The tour cannot guarantee the exact arrival and departure times and is not liable for any failure by you to make a connection with any other service or carrier.
  • The tour recommends that you take out comprehensive travel insurance.
  • You understand and accept that the tour may require physical exertion.
  • You understand and accept that the tour may operate in remote areas.
  • You agree to observe the safety and other instructions that the tour guide for the duration of the tour.
  • Our tours require pro-active participation in a remote and rugged region with a degree of personal risk. Travel Insurance is recommended to cover any unforeseen circumstances such as loss or damage of personal equipment, evacuation and medical costs.

 

The tour accepts no liability for such events as:

  • Tour cancellations
  • Evacuation costs
  • Personal injury
  • Loss or damage to personal items


Cancellation Policy:

  • 30+ days prior to departure 10%
  • 15 – 29 days prior to departure 50%
  • 0 – 14 days prior to departure 100%


Pickup Locations
  • Alex Hotel
  • Billabong Hostel
  • Hostel G
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  • Old Swan Barracks Backpackers
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  • Alex Hotel
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  • Hostel G
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  • Old Swan Barracks Backpackers
  • Parmelia Hilton Perth
  • Perth City YHA
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