10-Day Perth to Broome Tours

10-Day Perth to Broome Tours

10-Day Perth to Broome Tours:

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Tour 1:- Perth to Broome Overland Tour

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This is a must do experience in Western Australia.

10-day Perth to Broome Tours: The Journey

Tours from Perth to Broome. Are you someone who is after the sun, sea, and the great outback? If so, this ten-day Tour from Perth to Broome will meet all your expectations. This tour will be a fantastic experience that will create memories to carry with you for the rest of your life!

For booking this tour, please visit; www.adventuretours.com.au/australia/perth-broome-overland

Tour Highlights 

10-day Perth to Broome Tours: Hike amongst some of the oldest rock formations in the world at the Kalbarri National Park. Awe and wonder at fossils that date back further than you could comprehend. Stand only a few feet away from playful dolphins that swim close to shore for a quick feed at Monkey Mia. Swim just a few meters to reach the Ningaloo Reef at Coral Bay and encounter wonderful marine life. Tours from Perth to Broome Travel to Western Australia

Day 1:- Perth to Kalbarri

Begin your overland journey in sunny Perth. Travel alongside miles and miles of the idyllic beaches of Western Australia! Explore the Pinnacles Desert at the Nambung National Park—Sandboard at Jurien Bay. Further driving north, you will reach Kalbarri through Geraldton to stay the night. 

For more information on the Nambung National Park, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/nambung

Day 2:- Kalbarri to Shark Bay

Visit the Kalbarri National Park and hike around its rugged features. You can opt to abseil if you are an adventure seeker! Travel over to the most stunning Shell Beach formed entirely of shells. Reach Shark Bay through Denham. Shell Beach Walk on the beautiful Shell Beach formed from trillions of tiny shells of the Fragum Cockle. The deposits of shells are as deep as 10 metres in certain places. This is one of only two beaches in the world composed entirely of shells. 

For more information on Shell Beach, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/shell-beach

Day 3:- Shark Bay to Coral Bay

The third day of your tour takes you along the idyllic shores. The tour lets you admire another slice of the Western Australian coastline. Collect the most memorable experiences at Monkey Mia and Carnarvon. Tuck in for the night at Coral Bay. Coral Bay is located on the famous Ningaloo Reef. Need Help With Your Australian Visa

Monkey Mia
Meet the world-famous Monkey Mia dolphins! These friendly dolphins keep the ritual of swimming up to the shore several times a day to be hand-fed by people! 

For more information on Monkey Mia, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/monkey-mia

View some of the world’s oldest and largest living fossils at the Hamelin Pool of Carnarvon! These are marine rock formations called Stromatolites that breathe.

Hamelin Pool
Awe at the breathing rock formations of ‘Stromatolites’. Be fascinated by the glimpse of these organisms! They tell you how early life evolved over 3,500 million years ago on our planet. Hamelin Pool is home to the Stromatolites, the oldest living fossils known to man. The Hamelin Pool is one of only two places where these rare fossils exist. 

For more information on the Hamelin Pool, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/hamelin-pool

Day 4:- Coral Bay to Yardie Creek

Day four of your tour takes you to the marine paradise of the idyllic Coral Bay. Immerse yourself in marine life encounters of the world’s largest fringing reef. Dive and snorkel to observe the amazing marine life in their natural habitat of the reef. Drive over to Yardie Creek at the Cape Range National Park. 

Coral Bay
Coral Bay is home to the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef and the Marine Park! It is also known as the ‘jewel of the Northwest.’ Snorkel or cruise the reef in a glass-bottomed boat. The marine life teeming below will make you stunned! Or, take a scenic flight over the stunning reef down below. 

For more information on Coral Bay, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/coral-bay

Day 5:- Exmouth and Cape Range National Park

Spend your fifth day of this tour at the Cape Range National Park. Take a walk to the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse from where you can see the sun both rise and set. Spend the afternoon at the beautiful Turquoise Bay or wander around the town of Exmouth.

Cape Range National Park Cape Range National Park The Cape Range National Park is a nature lover’s paradise! This spectacular landscape consists of rugged limestone ranges, deep canyons, and pristine beaches. Snorkel or scuba dive to observe whale sharks and manta rays at the Cape Range National Park. 

For more information on Cape Range National Park, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/cape-range

Vlamingh Head Lighthouse
Watch the sun illuminating this part of the world with its magical rays at dawn. Then come back at dusk to watch the beautiful sunset. The grand lighthouse was built in 1912. It stands up the hill amidst panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and Ningaloo Reef. Look out for migrating humpback whales during the migration season.

For more information on the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, please visit; www.westernaustralia.com/en/Attraction/Vlamingh_Head_Lighthouse_Scenic_Drive/

Turquoise Bay
White sands, clear waters, and pristine coral gardens make up the Turquoise Bay. Further, it has been consistently voted amongst the top 3 beaches in Australia. The renowned coral gardens of the Ningaloo Reef begin footsteps from the beach. This makes this spot one of the premier land-based snorkelling sites.

For more information on Turquoise Bay, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/turquoise-bay

Day 6/7/8:- Karijini National Park

This part of the journey is one highlight of the tour! Start your long journey to the Karijini National Park. These three days are set apart for you to explore the beautiful Karijini National Park. 

Karijini National Park Tours from Perth to Broome Come face to face with billion years of the Earth’s natural history at the Karijini National Park. The park is home to beautiful gorges, cascading waterfalls, tranquil waterholes, and pools. Further, it also contains narrow rocky inlets and a natural amphitheater. Descend into ancient cavernous gorges to explore some of the oldest rocks on the planet. Cool off beneath the cascading waterfalls. 

For more information on Karijini National Park, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/karijini

10-day Perth to Broome Tours: Day 9:- Pilbara Region

Travel through Pilbara Region, known for its red earth and rich mineral deposits. Continue your journey to Tom Price, known for iron ore mining. After the long travel, stop and learn about the local iron ore industry at Port Hedland. 

Pilbara Region
Pilbara is home to some of the world’s most stunning ancient natural landscapes! Explore the incredibly beautiful coast and the deep inland gorges while you are on the road trip. Pass by the North Pole, ghost towns, coral reefs, and boot-growing trees. These are some of the distinct features of the beautiful Pilbara Region.

For more information on the Pilbara Region, please visit; www.westernaustralia.com/en/Tour/Pilbara_Tur/

Port Hedland
Port Hedland is the central hub that connects the Pilbara and the pristine Kimberley. It is situated 200 km north of Karratha. The town is famous for its well-established resource industry. Its rich indigenous culture, wildlife, and pioneering history have many tourist attractions. Engage in fishing or crabbing while you are around here. Watching whales and turtles at nesting can be a more interesting thing to do here.

For more information on Port Hedland, please visit; www.porthedland.wa.gov.au/

Day 10:- Broome

After 5 hours of travelling reach your destination of Broome. En-route, break for a stroll or bird watching at the 80-mile Beach. Complete your memorable tour with an idyllic Broome sunset!

80-Mile Beach
Share your slice of the beach with nobody! Admire the turquoise water and the magnificent Indian Ocean sunsets. The 80-Mile Beach has sparkling white sand, scattered with tropical seashells. Rocky shores and mangrove-lined muddy bays characterize this beach. Yearly, an astonishing half a million migratory shorebirds descend on the 80-Mile beach. 

For more information on 80-Mile Beach, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/eighty-mile-beach

Perth to Broome Tours
Broome is the western gateway to the Kimberley wilderness and is home to South Sea pearls. The pearling capital of Australia is affectionately known as the ‘pearl of the north.’  Broome’s sunsets are magnificent. The natural phenomenon of “Staircase to the Moon” is simply awesome. Broome is a melting pot of Japanese and Filipino cultures due to its pearling industry.

For more information on Broome, please visit; www.westernaustralia.com/en/Destination/Broome/

Key Highlights of Perth to Broome Tours


Discover Aboriginal culture in the Swan Valley
The Swan Valley is 25 minutes from Perth CBD and 10 minutes from Perth Airport. The Swan Valley tempts visitors with a rich mix of wine, food, art, and nature. It also produces some of the finest Verdelho from Australia. Further, tourists and backpackers are attracted to adventure and exploration entwined in culture. And Aboriginal people have an incredible history and culture. 
  • Play The Didgeridoo and learn the culture
Swan Valley offers many guided tours by which you can learn about the Aboriginal culture. Visit the Maalinup Aboriginal art gallery. Discover the pleasures of keeping and feeding animals out in the wild. Alternatively, learn to play the didgeridoo and learn more about Aboriginal culture. 
  • Indigenous Languages
Indigenous communities called Western Australia home before the Europeans arrived and settled here. There were roughly 66 indigenous language groups within Western Australia alone.
  • Nyoongar People
The Nyoongar (or Noongar) people are the original native owners of the South West Australia region. The Nyoongar tribe hunted kangaroos, possums, and wallabies. They also fished as well as gathered edible seeds and roots of plants. The cooler and wetter Perth winters saw them clothing in Kangaroo skin cloaks. They also built Kangaroo skin huts.
  • Indigenous Artefacts
Stone tools, estimated to be over 35,000 years old, were found at the Djadjiling rock shelter in the Pilbara region. Many other artifacts and tools were also discovered throughout Western Australia. These artifacts included ancient campfire charcoal, necklaces, stone tools, bone tools, middens, fish traps, and quarries.


Kalbarri is an adventure playground on the Perth to Broome tour itinerary. The incredible location offers you the coast and the outback adventures. You will come across rock formations and gorges beside dunes and wide-open beaches within 400 km of the Pinnacles. Abseil, canoe, hike, skydive, and sandboard to your heart’s content!
History of Kalbarri
Kalbarri is a part of the traditional lands of the Nanda people. Nanda people are the traditional owners of 17,000 km2 (6,600 square miles) of land and water in the Yamatji region. They believe that the Beemarra serpent created the land and waters in the region. This serpent was supposedly an ancestral being, responsible for creating the land and waters in this region. The area became a popular fishing and tourist spot in the 1940s. 
The Pinnacles
Spend some time in the majestic Pinnacles Desert, marvelling at the limestone projections. It is located in the Nambung National Park. Watch the evening sunlight playing its magic on these beautiful limestone projections! Use this magnificent backdrop for your memorable photo shoots. Experience an amazing sunset as the setting sun makes way for a myriad of stars. 

For more information on the Pinnacles Desert, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/pinnacles-desert-lookout-and-drive

For more information on the Nambung National Park, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/nambung
Jurien Bay
Let the fun begin after a quick introduction to the boards, safety gear, and a few lessons on sandboarding! Race down the white dunes and enjoy the views of the turquoise coast. Engage in beach-walk, boardwalk or swimming amidst beautiful scenery and have loads of fun.

For more information on Jurien Bay, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/jurien-bay
Kalbarri National Park
Spend some time at yet another beautiful national park. Awe at the Murchison Gorge, Nature’s Window, the Loop Walk & Z-Bend in the Kalbarri National Park. Cool off with a swim at Murchison River. There is also an opportunity to abseil if you seek more adventure.

For more information on Kalbarri National Park, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/kalbarri
  • Instructions to follow when visiting any geological sites of the park:
1. Wear sturdy covered shoes. 2. Protect yourself from the sun with a wide-brimmed hat. 3. Take with you lots of water (3-4 litres per person) as there is no drinking water available in the park. 4. Stick to the designated track. 5. Take extreme care during the walks; be aware of loose surfaces and undercut cliff ledges. 6. Place rubbish in the bins provided or carry it out of the park.
  • Nature’s Window
Nature’s Window is an iconic natural attraction of the Kalbarri National Park. It is a wind-eroded opening in the layered Tumblagooda sandstone. It frames a stunning view of the mighty Murchison River down below. An easy 1 km walk from the lookout at the car park leads you to Nature’s Window. However, the trail features steep sections and uneven surfaces. For more information on Nature’s Window, please visit; www.australiascoralcoast.com/destination/kalbarri/kalbarri-national-park/natures-window 
  • Z-Bend
The Z-Bend is a popular tourist lookout on the Murchison River Gorge. It is one of the four lookouts of the park and is situated on a sharp bend. Enjoy a picnic while you admire the spellbinding view from this lookout. The Z-Bend River Trail takes you to Four Ways (Idiggada Yina), a great area to hike in and out of a 25m high gorge. For more information on the Z-Bend, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/site/z-bend

Monkey Mia

As you travel up the western coast of Australia, you’ll come to an idyllic spot. This is the sun-soaked Monkey Mia, overflowing with adventure. You’re in prime dolphin spotting and marine exploits territory. Monkey Mia is situated 25 km northeast of the town of Denham in the Shark Bay Marine Park and World Heritage Site.
  • How to get there?
You can reach this little coastal paradise by air. It takes a two-hour flight from Perth or 90 minutes from Geraldton. Alternatively, you can road trip it up, either with an organized tour or in a 4WD. Either way, it makes for a great stop on your travels from Perth or the other way from Darwin. 

Things to Do in Monkey Mia

  1. Marine Life Spotting Monkey Mia boasts one of the world’s most pristine marine environments. Enjoy a catamaran tour to encounter dolphins, rays, turtles, sharks, and dugongs. The calm waters ensure a comfortable experience without sea sickness.

  2. Hand-Feeding Dolphins For over 50 years, wild dolphins have visited Monkey Mia’s shallows to be hand-fed by tourists. The friendly females even bring their babies. This daily ritual offers a unique and memorable interaction with these intelligent creatures.

  3. Camel Riding Explore the stunning surroundings from the back of a camel. Camel rides provide a relaxing and adventurous way to take in the beauty of Monkey Mia, adding an exotic touch to your visit.

  4. Indulge in Local Culture Learn about Aboriginal culture on the Aboriginal Cultural Walk. Discover the traditional survival techniques of the Malgana people, including bush tucker and bush medicine, in Gathaagudu (Shark Bay).

  5. Exploring the Depths Dive into the clear waters with snorkeling, or explore via sea kayak or a glass-bottomed boat tour. These activities allow you to view the underwater world comfortably and without a wetsuit.

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