Broome to Perth Adventure Tour in January
This is the Broome to Perth tour with a difference, an outback off-road experience. On this outback camping trip, you will start your West Coast tour in Broome.
First stop is an Australia bucket list destination Karijini National Park. You will then travel down to Exmouth and Coral Bay, the perfect snorkeling spots on the Ningaloo Reef. We take you to Shell Beach and Stromatolites in Shark Bay plus you get to meet the Monkey Mia Dolphins. Visit Kalbarri National Park and explore the great photo opportunities at Natures Window and Z-Bend in the Murchison Gorge, try abseiling a 25-meter wall (optional). Visit the Pinnacles on the way down to Perth.
Broome to Pilbara Bush Camp
Departing Broome nice and early on day one travelers push South from Broome. Today’s job is to get some distance under our belt to make the following days easy, we stop at 80 Mile Beach for a refreshing swim in a crystal blue water and then get on a network of bush tracks which eventually take us into the heart of the Pilbara.
The Pilbara region includes beautiful landscapes of coastal plains and mountain ranges with cliffs and gorges and is particularly known for its iron-ore deposits. Quickly take a photo standing on one of the oldest railway lines in Western Australia!
Highlights today 80 Mile Beach, drive through the Pilbara Region, Camp: Private Wilderness Camp on Station Country – River Side. Activities: Swimming and Hiking approx 3 km.
Pilbara Region to Kanjini National Park
Waking to bird songs travelers leave the campsite to keep driving through the Pilbara region via Marble Bar, home to the famous Iron Clad Hotel where we can stop for a refreshment and good Aussie hospitality.
Marble Bar is a unique outback town with a strong history, it also claims the title of Australia’s hottest town, summers are always up there in the high 40’s however back in 1922, long before anyone had invented air conditioning it got to a whopping 49.2C!
From Marble Bar, travelers push further to reach what many people rate as their favorite Australian destination, Karijini National Park. Slot canyons, deep gorges, and waterfalls abound in this outback oasis.
On day 2 we normally check out the East Karijini delights of Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool and Dales Gorge. A few meters away from the campsite, tour participants can decide to join an astronomy tour (at own expense) and spend the night learning more about the stars, taking a closer look at the Milky Way or Saturn through large telescopes. This adventure will take you on a cosmic journey, light years from earth.
Explore Kanjini National Park
On day 3 travelers normally head over the Karijini visitor center and the Weano area where we find; Weano Gorge, Hancock Gorge, Knox Gorge and Joffre Gorge.
There is so much to explore and some great hiking and swimming for the whole day. Tour participants also have the opportunity to join a canyoning tour (at own expense) on one of these days, enabling them to explore some of the areas restricted to rope access only.
At the end of Day 2, travelers return to camp and cook up another feast.
Broome to Perth Adventure Tour in January head from the Kanjini National Park to Exmouth
After an early morning at Hamersley Gorge, travelers say goodbye to the spectacular inland gorges of Karijini National Park and head for the Coast, specifically Exmouth. Arriving on the coast, travelers stop at the Ningaloo lighthouse to watch the sunset, another promise of a beautiful day awaiting. Then, travelers head straight for our private bush camp located right on the water at Exmouth Bay.
Broome to Perth Adventure Tour in January visit the Exmouth Peninsula
Travelers spend the next three days exploring the Exmouth Peninsula, about 650 km of stunning beaches with white sand and clear blue water, where there is a variety of activities to suit all tastes and budgets.
Depending on the search for animals, you will have the chance to jump on a boat cruise of your own choice (at your own expense in Exmouth or Coral Bay) to go snorkeling, diving, search for whale sharks (in season) or Manta Rays in the Ningaloo Reef.
For those not cruising we explore the peninsula including special places lie Turquoise Bay, where the coral reef comes right up to the beach, we spend quality time here exploring the reef where we see tropical fish and if lucky turtles and dolphins.
In addition to Turquoise Bay, the Cape Range National Park is home to Yardie Creek, a coastal gorge where there are a great hike and more swimming opportunities. We access another private wilderness camp right on the Exmouth Bay and enjoy some time under the stars and around the campfire.
On day 7, travelers finally head south towards Hamelin Pool in the World Heritage Protected Shark Bay before settling down for another night around the campfire. Travelers have a campsite right on the bay which is only accessible by 4WD. On the way travelers take on some sand dunes and stop in Shell Beach – you guessed it, a beach made entirely of shells!