Monkey Mia Tours from Perth

Monkey Mia Tours from Perth

A tropical paradise combining beach fun and marine adventures awaits you in Monkey Mia. Monkey Mia tours from Perth via the Pinnacles, Kalbarri and more. 

Monkey Mia Tours From Perth 2022

Although Monkey Mia is almost 850 kilometres from Perth there’s so much to see and do along the way you may as well make an action-packed road trip out of it.

Setting off from Perth over four days with West Coast Cruiser Tours will give you an action-packed road trip alongside like-minded travellers. Your first port of call will be the Pinnacles Desert. A vast and eerie landscape a wash with ancient limestone columns, the Pinnacles Desert looks more like a moonscape than a desert, and is the perfect place to kick off your adventure.

Whale Shark Season Exmouth March to August 2022
The main attraction is the bottlenose dolphins that have been coming close to shore for more than fifty years. Rangers from the Department of Parks and Wildlife (Western Australia) carefully supervise the interaction between humans and dolphins.

Kalbarri National Park

Driving along the stunning Indian Ocean Road you’ll take in epic coastal views as you make your way up to Kalbarri National Park. Upon reaching Kalbarri you’ll be confronted with vast panoramic views of the rocky landscape and you’ll have the chance to hike the famous Z-Bend and maybe even abseil down the 25 metre walls of Murchison Gorge.

Kalbarri is also home to Nature’s Window – a naturally occurring rock formation that frames the view in the distance and makes for a great photo opp!

Perth to Broome Tours via Exmouth
Kalbarri National Park is popular for sightseeing, picnicking, abseiling, rafting and canoeing.

As you head towards Shell Beach and Shark Bay the beach portion of your road trip begins as you prepare to meet the world-famous Monkey Mia dolphins. The Monkey Mia dolphins have been swimming into the shallow waters of the Monkey Mia resort for many years which attracts tons of visitors as you get the opportunity to see these incredible creatures up close.

Beaches, Sand dunes and Kangaroos

Whilst visiting Monkey Mia you can take a wildlife cruise for $35 or hire a kayak for $15 and go exploring in the crystal clear, blue waters. If you’re looking for a more relaxing pace, however you could simply laze around on the beach and sun yourself as the ocean laps the shore.

Things to do in Perth Today
Head north of Perth to the Lancelin sand dunes for a taste of adventure and a shot of adrenaline. Sandboarding down massive 45-degree angle dunes, the largest in Western Australia, is available here. Ride a dirt bike or four-wheel drive through the sand.

Your way back to Perth doesn’t have to be a straight run, so on your way back to Perth you’ll stop off at Greenough Wildlife Park where you can hand feed kangaroos and also meet some other local Aussie wildlife. There’s even time for one last adrenaline packed moment as you reach Lancelin. Lancelin is famous for its great sand dunes, so grab a sand board and surf your way down for one last hurrah before you return to Perth.

Prices start from $645 and includes most meals, all accommodation, transport and entry fees to attractions.

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