Perth to Exmouth by Bus via Geraldton and Kalbarri National park

Perth to Exmouth by Bus via Geraldton and Kalbarri National park

Perth to Exmouth by Bus or coach via Geraldton and Kalbarri National park


It’s time to take a real Outback Australian road trip, and the Perth to Exmouth by tour is an excellent way to experience the impressive landscapes. For backpackers, traveling by bus or coach is the best mode of transportation, and it’s good value. 


The first stop is the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park. Wander among these ancient limestone formations as they rise out of the desert. Nambung national park also includes beaches like Kangaroo Point and Hangover Bay, as well as coastal dunes and flowering plants in low heathland areas. 


The next day we can stop at Kalbarri National Park where we can see amazing Murchison Gorge and Nature’s Window formation. It is possible to have a swim in the Murchison River before walking through the gorge, marveling at the spectacular colors and rock formations. Banksias, grevilleas, kangaroo paws, and red-blossomed eucalypts abound across the landscape. 


Third day morning, Monkey Mia’s famous bottle-nosed dolphins. These dolphins are friendly after years of being fed by local fishermen and staff at the resort, swimming and feeding the Dolphins is permitted. On your way north to Coral Bay, enjoy visiting the remarkable Hamelin Pool.


The fourth day in Coral Bay, which is right on beautiful Ningaloo Reef, also famed for the whale sharks. Ningaloo Reefs house for breeding and feeding ground for many sea species. Enjoy Snorkeling, diving, swimming, and enjoy the beach or visit the shark nursery. When you’re done relaxing,

Perth to Exmouth by Bus final stop EXMOUTH

From Exmouth to Cape Range National Park. Where there are more natural scenery to explore spectacular rugged limestone ranges, incredible canyons and 50km of pristine beaches. Yardie Creek, a spectacular gorge where the water is trapped by a sandbar, is located within the park. Enjoy a walk, enjoy on the beach or go snorkeling at stunning Turquoise Bay before heading back to Exmouth.