Voyage across Western Australia and explore the photogenic landscapes, splendid white sands and glorious expanses of stunning national parks.
About this independent tour
SUGGESTED SELF-DRIVE ROUTE
22 nights Perth to Darwin
• Cervantes 1 night
• Geraldton 1 night
• Kalbarri 1 night
• Monkey Mia 2 nights
• Carnarvon 1 night
• Exmouth 2 nights
• Karijini National Park 2 nights
• Port Hedland 1 night
• Broome 3 nights
• Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge 1 night
• Mount Elizabeth Station 1 night
• El Questro 2 nights
• Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles) 2 nights
• Kununurra 1 night
• Katherine 1 night
MONKEY MIA A beautiful stretch of the Peron Peninsula, Monkey Mia is a charming coastal getaway. If you get tired of relaxing on the dazzling white sands, why not head off on a wildlife cruise to visit the area’s native dugongs. Often referred to as ‘sea cows’, it is a wonderful sight to see these marine mammals grazing among the sea grass beds. We can also recommend exploring the Hamelin Pool marine reserve, and strolling along the beautiful beach to visit the friendly pod of dolphins who frequent the shores on a daily basis.
PURNULULU NATIONAL PARK In the heart of the Purnululu National Park, the Bungle Bungle Range is an inspiring tribute to nature. A striking geological landmark, the black and orange sandstone domes are an incredible sight. Rising 200 metres above the plain, they give way to reveal spectacular hidden gorges and natural pools. Other impressive sights include the Piccaninny Creek Walk and the Cathedral Gorge, an area renowned for its amazing acoustics.
BROOME Travel along the Great Northern Highway, a road that runs parallel to the Indian Ocean and Eighty-Mile Beach. Your destination of Broome is abundant in natural attractions, and is renowned for its pristine beaches and bays. Explore the town and then head to Cable Beach, a beautiful 13-mile stretch of white sand that is bordered by the sparkling blue waters of the Indian Ocean.