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Optional swim with dolphins at Bairds Bay, Outback wildlife spotting on the Nullarbor Plain, Cape Le Grand National Park beaches and wilderness, Bluff Knoll Summit Walk, Valley of the Giants tree top walk, Cross the Nullarbor Plain, Remote, unspoilt beaches
Day 1 – Adelaide to the Flinders Ranges
Leaving Adelaide you will head north to the southern Flinders Ranges, where you can walk through Alligator Gorge, an area that was once ancient sea bed. After lunch, a stop is made for a break in Quorn, home to the Pichi Richi Railway. In years past, the railway played an important role in linking the different gauges of railway line crossing the Australian continent. While your evening meal is being prepared, there’s an opportunity to explore beautiful Warren Gorge, where you will bush camp tonight. The bush camp has basic toilet facilities. (LD)
Day 2 – Flinders Ranges to Eyre Peninsula
The first stop of the day is at Dutchmans Stern Conservation Park, named by explorer Matthew Flinders in 1802 for its resemblance of a Dutch sailing ship, where you can walk to the top of the range. Passing through Port Augusta, Iron Knob and Kimba (halfway across Australia) for lunch, at Venus Bay take a walk along the stunning coastline. After Venus Bay check out Talia Caves and the huge Lake Newland sand dunes. In the afternoon you will arrive at Coodlie Park, a working farm. After dinner, go for a walk and look out for Australia's national emblems: kangaroos, wombats and emus. Overnight at Coodlie Park bush camp with eco toilet and shower facilities. (BLD)
Day 3 - Sun and Seals
This morning it’s off to Bairds Bay, which is a gorgeous stretch of coastline where you can spend time on the beach and have a swim. Here you can also go on a four-hour boat cruise and swim with dolphins and sea lions (optional and at additional expense). After a brief stop at Streaky Bay and Ceduna we overnight at Fowlers Bay bush camp with shared toilet and shower facilities. (BLD)
Day 4 - The Great Australia Bight & The Nullarbor
Today uou will cross the dingo fence which stretches 5320km from the South Australian coast to Queensland. You can get your photo taken with the famous ‘wombat, camel and kangaroo’ road sign on the way to the huge Bunda Cliffs - where the Australian coast suddenly drops into the ocean. If travelling between June and October it is very likely you will get to see Southern Right Whales here. There is no need for a boat trip as the whales come right close to the sheer drop of the cliffs. See the old Eucla, an old telegraph town buried by the desert sand dunes. Settle in for a big days drive across the Nullarbor plain. Overnight on the Nullarbor, no facilities. (BLD)
Day 5 - The Nullarbor, Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park
Today we being by taking in Caiguna “Blow Hole” and the story of Skylab at Balladonia. Pick out the star sign constellations, the Southern Cross, planets and be amazed by the show of shooting stars so prevalent in the clear skies of the desert plain. Tonight we swag camp at Cape Le Grand National Park in Western Australia, no facilities available (BLD)
Days 6 and 7 - Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park
After days on the desert plain, Esperance can seem like a big town. This area of Western Australia has no less than nine national parks. You will get to see Cape Le Grand National Park where the blue seas mix with powder white beaches; there’s plenty of time for stops and swims. In the afternoon you can hike up Frenchman Peak, which gives you a excellent views of the bays and beaches and to the islands of the Recherche Archipelago.
This area is too spectacular to experience in one afternoon so you will have a full free day to take in some hikes, go swimming or relax at the beach. You might even encounter a kangaroo on the beach - it doesn't get any more Aussie than that! Tonight you will camp at Cape Le Grand National Park. There are toilet and shower facilities. (BLD)
Day 8 - Stirling Ranges
Today you will head to the Stirling Ranges to explore the Central South/West of Western Australia. Leaving the aptly named Lucky Bay behind, you'll be pleased to know that you haven't used up all your luck. More inspiring country is in front of you and your guide will pick a top spot to stop for a hike on the way. Your will visit a National Park depending on the time of year and weather. You might get to see wildflowers in the spring or a forested area with flowing rivers and waterfalls in the heat of the summer.
Tonight we camp on a private camp ground at Mount Trio with toilet and shower facilities. (BLD)
Day 9 - South West of Western Australia
The granite rock coastline near Albany is sculpted into incredible formations that make for great photos. The Natural Bridge and The Gap are just two of the highlights you will see. To experience the majesty of the old growth forest nearby, known as the Valley of the Giants,ancient empire walk. Tonight you will camp at Qunninup. There are toilet and shower facilities. (BLD)
Day 10 - Cheese, Chocolate and Perth
On the final day of this 4000km road trip, a visit is made to the surfer’s paradise town of Yallingup in the Margaret River region. Surf is not the only reason to visit however. Wine and caves are the other big attractions and you will get to go into one of the big show caves of the region. Get up close to the ancient and beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. We pay a visit to some of the local Aboriginal people to find out about the changes that have happened in the local environment and get a totally different perspective on the culture of the South West of Australia.
It’s recommended that you book your own accommodation in Perth tonight. There are no planned activities but the group normally gets together over a few drinks and meal to reflect upon the journey. There is no accommodation included this night. (BL)
(B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
9 Breakfasts, 10 Lunches, 9 Dinners
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