The Best Adventure Tours Of Australia

Perth to Broome Coach Tours

Australia is full of adventure. From the ocean to the outback, there’s so much to see and do. As a result, there are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of tours you could choose from for an action-packed adventure. Find the experience you’re looking for on one of these.

3-Day Kakadu & Litchfield

Explore two of Australia’s wildest national parks as you travel by 4WD, stop at lush waterfalls and rock pools, cook over a campfire and sleep under the stars. At 20,000 square kilometres, you touch on a tiny fraction of Kakadu National Park, but arguably visit the best highlights, including Barramundi Gorge, Jim Jim Falls and Twin Falls. After meeting the traditional owners of the land, you embark on a cruise of the Mary River Wetlands to spot the infamous saltwater crocodiles. From $695pp, you receive an expert guide, camping accommodation, park entry fees covered, two breakfasts, three lunches and two dinners.

The stunning national park

3-Day Great Ocean Road & Grampians Tour

Combining one of the most famous drives in the world with untouched paradise, this three-day tour showcases the very best of the state of Victoria, including the abundance of wildlife that Australia is famous for. Taking to the Great Ocean Road, you see the incredible sights of the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and London Bridge, and head inland for the cliffs, waterfalls, lakes and fresh mountain air of Grampians National Park. Along the way, look out for kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, emus, echidnas and more. For $359pp, you receive accommodation, courtesy pick-up, an experienced guide, park entry fees covered, morning tea, two breakfasts, one lunch and one BBQ dinner.

12 apostles great ocean road

2-Night Rock To Rock Explorer

Visit the icons of the outback with two nights in Australia’s Red Centre. Watch the changing colours of Uluru – undoubtedly Australia’s most famous natural formation – during sunset and sunrise, embark on the 6km Kings Canyon rim walk, view the striking red domes of Kata Tjuta, and stop at a working outback station – Kings Creek Station – for the chance to take a ride on a camel! From $565pp, this adventure tour includes an experienced guide, national park entry fees, transport, camp accommodation and two breakfasts, one lunch and two dinners.


9-Day Perth To Broome

Travelling up the enormous west coast, the journey from Perth to Broome includes a variety of travel activities, destinations and experiences that you’ll want to tick off. Meet wild dolphins at Monkey Mia, snorkel Western Australia’s answer to the Great Barrier Reef, explore the stark red depths of Karijini National Park, and see the striking sunset from Cable Beach. With the blue coastline on one side and the barren outback on the other, this is a true Australian adventure right here. From $1,495pp, you can expect five nights dorm accommodation, two nights camping in safari tents, one night basic camping, meals, transport, national park entry fees and an experienced guide.

camel ride cable beach

2-Day Kangaroo Island Wilderness Explorer

Get off the mainland and have an adventure with Kangaroo Island Tours, off the coast of South Australia. Departing from Adelaide, you visit all of the major attractions on this beautiful island, including Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch, the sand dunes of Little Sahara, the sweeping sands of Vivonne Bay, and the local population of the aptly named Seal Bay. There are also visits to local businesses including Rob’s Shearing, Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery and Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. For $436pp, you receive hotel pick-up from Adelaide, SeaLink ferry to Kangaroo Island and back, island transport, dorm accommodation, an experienced guide, and one breakfast, two lunches and one dinner.

remarkable rocks kangaroo island

Cape Tribulation Day Tour

Get into the Queensland rainforest on this one-day tour or apart of East Coast Australia Tours, packed full of tropical discovery. Beginning with a coastal drive from Cairns to Port Douglas, you can refresh in the waters of Mossman Gorge, receive a Welcome to Country from the traditional owners of the land, walk amongst ferns, shrubs and rainforest canopy, see the point where the rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef at Cape Tribulation Beach, try some local ice cream, cruise the Daintree River spotting crocodiles, and just marvel at this great, thriving ecosystem. For $149pp, you get an experienced guide, pick-up and return to Cairns, and lunch at PK’s Jungle Village – a bit of a local icon.

waterfall in the daintree rainforest

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