Overland Experience: Perth to Broome via Exmouth Tour

Overland Experience: Perth to Broome via Exmouth Tour
Kalbarri National Park is popular for sightseeing, picnicking, abseiling, rafting and canoeing.

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The best of Western Australia waits for you

The western coast of Australia is home to some of the most beautiful beaches and most desolate landscapes in the world. Western Australia, the largest state in Australia, is the epicentre of our overland voyage. Despite the vastness of the coast and desert, lack of facilities, and inherent loneliness, the experience will be rewarding. It’s about time you see the greatest scenery Australia has to offer on a genuine road trip. Overland Experience: Perth to Broome via Exmouth Tour.

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What does the Perth to Broome via Exmouth and back Tour Overland experience offer you?

  • Marvel at Lancelin’s stunning coasts
  • Learn everything about the breathtaking Pinnacles Desert
  • Visit Kalbarri National Park and its breathtaking gorges.
  • Exploring Murchison Gorge on Foot: Nature’s Window and the Z Bend
  • Meander past the pristine white cockleshells that line Shell Beach.
  • Get up close and personal with Australia’s wildest dolphins
  • Beautiful rural tour on the way back to Perth
  • Explore Coral Bay’s Ningaloo Reef by Snorkelling
  • Exploration of Cape Range Marine Park
  • Float around Turquoise Bay
  • Come on a swim with the whale sharks! July through May
  • Return to Perth via a scenic route across the countryside

Top tour highlights


Nambung National Park is a real desert setting, with golden sand dunes rising to the top of the Pinnacles, a group of worn rock spires.

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Travel north from Perth to Nambung National Park to see the Pinnacles Desert’s amazing landforms.


Kalbarri National Park

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Natures window

This park is well-known in Western Australia for its breathtaking coastal cliffs and picturesque canyons cut through red and white banded sandstone.

Kalbarri National Park

Shark Bay

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gentle giant

Among the many impressive aquatic creatures that call the aquatic Park home are the biggest seagrass meadows on Earth, over 10,000 dugongs, humpback whales, and, of course, Monkey Mia’s world-famous bottlenose dolphins.

Shark Bay Marine Park


Diver with coral on Ningaloo Reef
The Ningaloo Coast is a World Heritage Site located in the north west coastal region of Western Australia. The 705,015-hectare (1,742,130-acre) heritage-listed area is located approximately 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) north of Perth, along the East Indian Ocean.
Embark on an unforgettable adventure with a full-day excursion that allows you to swim and snorkel with Humpback whales on the Ningaloo Reef.

Immerse yourself in the breathtaking Ningaloo Marine Park, where you can swim among vibrant coral gardens and fish, or dive with gentle giants like manta rays and whale sharks.


Cape Range

In the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, trek through the dry, harsh Cape Range’s rocky gorges and set your tent on the beach next to the colourful and vivid Ningaloo Marine Park.

Cape Range National Park


One of the most closely guarded secrets in the world is this. On the Ningaloo Coast, at Australia’s most western point, is a town of 2,200. Once you set foot here, it’s as if you’ve stepped back in time sixty years.


Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park

Explore some of the world’s oldest rocks, kayak across pristine streams, and plunge into historic chasms in Australia’s second-largest national park. It is a haven for nature lovers, with its verdant forests, swimming holes, and stunning red rocks.

Karijini National Park

Are you looking for an adventure or want to relax peacefully? This adventurous paradise has a lot to offer for its visitors.

Swim in freshwater pools

On the eastern edge of Karijini National Park, inside Dales Gorge, you’ll discover Fortescue Falls, a great swimming site. The ascent to the falls from the parking lot will take about an hour, but the view is worth it. At one end of the gorge is the lovely Circular Pool, while at the other is the close, revitalising, spring-fed Fern Pool, perfect for a dip or a two-hour return trip.

Stay at an eco-retreat 

Located in the very centre of Karijini National Park is Karijini Eco Retreat. The local Gumala Aboriginal Corporation owns this sanctuary, which offers a range of lodging alternatives, including camping sites and luxurious eco-tents with all the amenities. Fill yourself on substantial fare with a classic outback twist at the on-site outdoor eatery.

See Oxer Lookout’s unforgettable views.

You may get breathtaking views of the confluence of the Weano, Red, Hancock, and Joffre gorges on the short hike to Oxer Lookout. The vantage point at Oxer Lookout gives visitors a one-of-a-kind picture of the area’s immensity and majesty, and many rank it among Western Australia’s most breathtaking sites.

Tour Hancock Gorge

A “journey to the centre of the earth” is one way to characterise the ascent into Hancock Gorge, which descends steeply into multi-hued, stratified rock. Here at Kermit’s Pool, you’ll want to snap plenty of photos and maybe even jump in for a refreshing dip after descending a ladder that leads you deep into the canyon. Along the way, you’ll pass rock pools and small chambers.

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Wander among wildflowers

The harsh red gorges of Karijini are teeming with natural flora, including fig trees, spinifex, mulga, and ghost gums. Wattles, lemongrass, and northern bluebells are beautiful wildflowers that bloom all over the terrain from June to September. Karijini is home to a wide variety of birds, as well as rock wallabies, dingoes, and other wildlife.

Swim in a natural spa.

The heart-shaped “spa pool” in Hamersley Gorge gets its name from the natural bubbling that feeds it, and it’s a stunning ice-blue hue. You’ll see why this spot is popular after enduring the difficult one-kilometer trek down the Hamersley Gorge Walk via a narrow, forested ravine to reach the spa pool, which is perfect for both photographers and swimmers.

When to go

Depending on what you want to see, there are plenty of good times to go:

April to May

Embrace sunny sky and balmy days. Whale shark season begins in May. Currently, you are allowed to swim with them in Exmouth. On nights illuminated by the moon, you may see over 200 different kinds of coral release its vibrant polyps into the water, marking the beginning of the coral spawning process. Take a whale watching excursion to get up close and personal with humpback and southern right whales, or just observe them from a distance.

September to November

The nicest part is that it is spring, so you can enjoy the clear, pleasant weather. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to come since the wildflowers are in bloom. As the outback gradually becomes covered in a kaleidoscope of vibrant reds, purples, and every hue in between, the wildflower season kicks up in June on the northernmost plains. More than 12,000 unique flower species call Western Australia home; 60% of these species are endemic.


Discover the Coral Coast during turtle season. Turtles, both green and loggerhead, travel up the beaches around Shark Bay, Carnarvon, and Ningaloo Reef in order to deposit their eggs. From a safe distance, spectators may enjoy a magnificent experience.

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