Perth to Broome Tours by Coach

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Perth to Broome Tours by Coach
Perth to Broome Tours by Coach:

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The Journey

A road trip on the coach from Perth to Broome is an epic journey that is quite a memorable experience, to say the least. In total, the distance is more than 2,500 km (1553 miles). You will see the incredible contrasts of this land through the ever-changing landscape. This tour explores both land and sea and contains the most notable attractions of Western Australia.

Tour Highlights

On this tour, you will see the best that this part of Western Australia has to offer. You will visit the otherworldly Pinnacle Desert. You will also swim with the dolphins in Monkey Mia and observe the whale sharks in Ningaloo Reef. During your free time, relax and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you. Travel to Tom Price and the gorgeous Karijini National Park before reaching Broome. 

First stop: The Pinnacles

The Pinnacles This tour lets you enjoy the views along the Indian Ocean, until you reach the Pinnacles Desert. Explore the amazing limestone projections with their otherworldly beauty. A short drive further takes you to the campsite next to the beach. Relax and settle for the night at this picturesque beach camp. Watch the amazing sunset with your new companions and enjoy a beer!

Second Stop: Geraldton and Pink Lake

Have an early morning swim and start your second leg of the journey. The morning covers the coast and the Museum of Geraldton. In the afternoon, head out to the spectacular Pink Lake. Camp at the picturesque Lucky Bay, walking through the dunes or swimming while the sun goes down. Upload the music and enjoy the beautiful night.  Museum of Geraldton The Museum of Geraldton showcases the rich heritage of the land, sea and the people of the Mid-West Region. Learn all about the ancient landforms, Yamaji history and culture. Be guided to understand the region’s unique landscapes and marine environment. Be astonished at the Shipwrecks Gallery which exhibits the following shipwrecks;
  • Dutch Shipwrecks:
    • Batavia (including the original Batavia Portico)
    • Gilt Dragon
    • Zuytdorp
    • Zeewijk
  • HMAS Sydney (II) } a moving exhibit and 3D film
  • HSK Kormoran      }
For more information on the Museum of Geraldton, please visit; museum.wa.gov.au/museums/museum-of-geraldton Pink Lake (Hutt Lagoon) The Pink Lake near Geraldton is one of the region’s most vibrant attractions. This 70 km2 salt lake is located north of the mouth of the Hutt River. The spectacular Pink Lake changes its hue from red to pink and lilac purple. The colour of the lake depends on the season, time of day and cloud coverage. Awe and wonder at the best of its colourful spectrum during mid-morning or sundown. For more information on the Pink Lake (Hutt Lagoon), please visit; www.westernaustralia.com/en/Attraction/Hutt_Lagoon/ Lucky Bay Lucky Bay campsite is beautiful but rather primitive. The camping area nestles among the sand dunes. Restock your supplies as you need to be self-sufficient at Lucky Bay. Please ensure that you have adequate potable water. The pet-friendly camping area among the dunes accommodates tents and camper trailers. It contains bush toilets, industrial bins and a chemical toilet dump point. For more information about camping at Lucky Bay, please visit; www.kalbarri.org.au/lucky-bay-camping

Third stop: Kalbarri National Park

The Kalbarri National Park is recognized as one of the best national parks in Australia. Marvel at the scenic cliffs of Kalbarri before a quick swim and a cold shower at the mouth of the river. Explore the incredible Kalbarri National Park and its wonders for a few hours. Nature’s Window and the Z-Bend are some of the key attractions of the Kalbarri National Park. Explore Darwin, Northern Territory 

Fourth Stop: Shark Bay

This stretch of the journey takes you to the Shark Bay World Heritage Site. Admire the Shell Beach, relax and swim in the crystal clear water. Admire the incredible sunset, head out to the jetty and observe the marine life with the aid of your torch! Meet the famous Monkey Mia dolphins at their breakfast after which you can opt for a swim or kayak. 

Fifth Stop: Carnarvon

Set up camp at Carnarvon for the night.

Sixth Stop: Coral Bay

You will fall in love with this place the moment you arrive! Dive into the incredible reef or sit with your new friends on the beach and enjoy this special place. See the coral reef at its best a few meters from the beach, where there are huge coral formations and big fish. If you’re lucky, you can swim with a turtle or a friendly reef shark!  Ningaloo Reef The world-heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef fronts the townships of Coral Bay and Exmouth. It is internationally recognized as one of the planet’s last great ocean paradises. Running for a length of 300 km, the Ningaloo Reef is also the largest fringing coral reef in the world. Visit the do-it-yourself snorkelling sites at Exmouth or Coral Bay. Enter the underwater paradise and be awestruck at its beauty! For more information on the Ningaloo Reef, please visit; parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/ningaloo

Seventh Stop: Exmouth

Cross the shore and swim a few metres in the clearest turquoise water. Drift over the largest fringing reef. Enjoy the many water sports at Exmouth!  The rugged features of Cape Range National Park are red, in contrast to the beautiful blues and turquoise of Ningaloo.  The park offers outback adventures and wildlife encounters. For more information on Exmouth, please visit; www.westernaustralia.com/en/Destination/Exmouth/ Exmouth Surf and Water Sports Move to the beach and enjoy various water sports during the right weather conditions. Take out a jet ski and watch the dolphins and whales go behind the jet skis for a wild adrenaline rush. Or relax on the beach and admire the beautiful hues of blue and turquoise.

Eighth Stop: Cape Range National Park

Be among the lucky whale shark/hunchback swimmers! Get the most memorable experience of swimming by the gentle giants of the sea. If you are not in for swimming, choose to explore the rugged attractions of the Cape Range National Park. Have the sunset lighthouse experience and observe the humpback whales against the horizon. Camp Nights The nights in the camps is an excellent time to spend with your new companions. Have fun with music and make plans to meet in future trips too.  Tours from Perth to Broome

Ninth Stop: Tom Price

Travel into the red heart of Pilbara. Keep an eye out for the wildlife, even the cheeky dingo. Head directly to your camp at the Tom Price Tourist Park. Tom Price Tourist Park The Tom Price Tourist Park is an idyllic campsite. The venue also contains fully equipped air-conditioned cabins. Whether you are travelling on a budget or looking for a bit of luxury, this tourist park can accommodate you. The park has accommodation options for backpackers, couples and families. Pets are welcome at its caravan and camping sites too. Facilities of the Tom Price Tourist Park – Camp kitchen – Coin-operated washing machines – Swimming pool – Location being close to Karijini National Park – Location being at a short distance away from shops and other services – Having picturesque walk trails nearby For more information on Tom Price Tourist Park, please visit; www.tomprice.org.au/stay/tom-price-tourist-park/

Tenth Stop: Karijini National Park

Imagine a dense oasis of red, green and blue, stretching for 6,000 km! This impressive landmark is full of lush vegetation, awesome gorges and captivating waterfalls. Further, this ancient landscape is home to a variety of wildlife. As there are plenty of adventure opportunities, it is truly worth a visit all year around. The Hancock Gorge, Kermits Pool and Knox Gorge are key features in this tour.

Last Stop: Broome

Sleep in the luxury coach, recollecting your wonderful travel experience. Your coach arrives at Broome the next morning.

Backpackers on the Western Coast

Backpacker Accommodation in Western Australia

Backpacker Accommodation from Exmouth to Broome
When you arrive in Coral Bay or Exmouth, the first concern of a backpacker might be finding affordable accommodation.  There are many hostels that provide front door access to the underwater playground. These are economical too. Here are a few suggestions; Exmouth 1. Escape Backpackers Exmouth YHA Hostel Escape Backpackers Exmouth YHA Hostel is situated in the centre of Exmouth. It is the perfect spot from which to plan a Ningaloo Reef experience.  Address: 561 Murat Rd, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia Contact Number: +61 8 9949 1200 Email: [email protected] Accommodation Link: www.yha.com.au/hostels/wa/pilbara/exmouth 2. Winston’s Backpackers Address: 1112 Murat Rd, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia Contact Number: +61 8 9949 2377 Email: [email protected] Accommodation Link: exmouthresort.com/2013/photo-gallery/image/95-winstons-backpackers  3. YHA Potshot Resort YHA Potshot Resort offers an enjoyable and relaxed accommodation. This venue caters to all your holiday needs. Lots of like-minded backpackers to keep you company during your stay in Exmouth stay here. Address: 561 Murat Rd, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia Contact Number: +61 8 9949 1200 Email: [email protected] Accommodation Link: www.potshotresort.com/view/home 4. RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park is at the gateway to Ningaloo Reef.  If offers a children’s playground and a swimming pool.  This holiday park is popular among backpackers.   Address: 3 Truscott Cres, Exmouth WA 6707, Australia Contact Number: +61 8 9949 1101 Accommodation Link: parksandresorts.rac.com.au/exmouth/book-now/ Broome 1. Beaches of Broome Relax in the lounge, watch a movie or shoot pool with your friends. Or simply laze around next to the sparkling swimming pool. Address: 4 Sanctuary Rd, Cable Beach WA 6726, Australia Contact Number: +61 1300 881 031 Email: [email protected] Accommodation Link: beachesofbroome.com.au/ 2. Kimberley Travellers Lodge Kimberley Travellers Lodge is situated at the centre of Broome. It offers various accommodation packages at affordable prices. Address: 9a Bagot St, Djugun WA 6725, Australia Contact Number: +61 8 9193 7778 Email: [email protected] Accommodation Link: kimberleytravellerslodge.com.au 3. Kimberley Klub YHA Kimberley Klub YHA offers several types of accommodation for any budget.  Address:  62 Frederick St, Broome WA 6725, Australia Contact Number: +61 8 9192 3233 Email: [email protected] Facebook page: www.facebook.com/KimberleyKlubYHA/ 4. Roey Backpackers and Party Bar Roey Backpackers is 5 km away from Broome. Featured accommodation includes a bar, free parking and restaurant.  Address: 33 Carnarvon St, Broome WA 6725, Australia Contact Number: +61 8 9192 1221 Email: roey-backpackers-and-party-bar.go2westernaustralia.com/#contact Accommodation Link: roey-backpackers-and-party-bar.go2westernaustralia.com/en/ 5. Cable Beach Backpackers Cable Beach Backpackers is one of the best budget hostels in Broome. The affordable prices will help the backpackers save a lot of money. Address: 12 Sanctuary Rd, Cable Beach WA 6726, Australia Contact Number: +61 1800 655 011 Email: [email protected] Accommodation Link: cablebeachbackpackers.com/

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