Kimberley Wild are on an adventure across Western Australia on a Perth to Broome tour where stunning landscapes, rich culture and vibrant wildlife await.
Blessed with bizarre and beautiful rock formations, the journey from Perth to Broome has an abundance of geology. The Pinnacles Desert in the Nambung National Park is filled with huge limestone rock formations. It’s a surreal landscape if you’re here at sunrise or sunset, almost like being on the surface of Mars. Fancy touching a 3.6 billion year old fossil? Well here’s your chance to do that.
Nature’s Window isn’t too far away, in Kalbarri National Park, it’s a rock formation you can gaze through, revealing a perfectly framed vista of the amazing terrain in the distance.
Whilst on the journey from Perth to Broome, you’ll have the chance to see some of Australia’s most amazing creatures such as the dolphins of Monkey Mia, which have been visiting the shores since 1960, when a local fisherman and his wife used to feed them.
You can also venture further out to the ocean to scuba dive with manta rays and whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef – Western Australia’s rival to the Great Barrier Reef. However if you don’t fancy getting wet there’s the option to see Ningaloo reef and it’s inhabitants from the comfort of a glass bottomed boat. Don’t forget to spot the kangaroos from the campsite at Coral Bay!
For the adrenaline junkies among you, why not try sandboarding down the dunes of Jurien Bay, kayaking through zig-zagging waterways, or abseiling into Murchison Gorge?
Beach bums are also well looked after. Shell Beach is one of only two beaches in the world made entirely from shells and if that’s not enough, 80 mile beach is one epic strip of sand to relax on for an afternoon of beach fun.
Whether it’s adrenaline fuelled activities or chilled out fun Kimberley Wild Expeditions 10 Day West Coast Explorer tour.
For more information and to book visit www.kimberleywild.com.au
by James Barclay