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Routing: Perth to Broome

Duration: 11 Days

Code: P01


From AUD$1,570.00* per person, based on standard double/twin share accommodation.

Includes: 10 nights’ accommodation, 11 days unlimited km use of an intermediate sized car, continental breakfast at Carnarvon and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.

From AUD$1,870.00* per person, based on superior double/twin share accommodation.

Includes: 10 nights’ accommodation, 11 days unlimited km use of an intermediate sized car, continental breakfast at Carnarvon and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.


DAY 01: Perth to Geraldton (503 km)

Travel to Cervantes and the Nambung National Park. From Cervantes it’s only a short drive to the Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park. Travel on to Geraldton via Greenough. Geraldton is the main port and administration centre of the mid west region. Geraldton has year-round sunny climate and mild winters which makes it one of Western Australia’s most popular holiday destinations. Geraldton and the surrounding districts are noted for the beautiful wild spring flowers and the country side.


DAY 02: Geraldton to Kalbarri (153 km)

Today head back out to the highway and turn north. Travel along the North West coastal highway to the Kalbarri National Park and then to Kalbarri. This afternoon we suggest a trip to Kalbarri National Park and Murchison River, with its spectacular gorges & abundant wildflowers. Kalbarri is a scenic coastal village on the estuary of the Murchison River.


DAY 03: Kalbarri to Monkey Mia (395 km)

Today’s drive continues to take you north on the North West Coastal Highway to Monkey Mia and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area. As you approach Shark Bay visit the living marine stromatolites at Hamelin Pool. We suggest you also make a stop at the stunning 110 kilometre Shell Beach – a beach made up of billions of tiny white shells. Further on enjoy the breathtaking views from Eagle Bluff. From the town of Denham it is 27 kilometres north-east by sealed road to Monkey Mia.


DAY 04: Monkey Mia to Carnarvon (350 km)

Meet the dolphins this morning and enjoy this touch with nature. Depart Shark Bay, rejoin the North West Coastal Highway and travel north to along the coast to Carnarvon, some 900-km north of Perth on the mouth of the Gascoyne River. Carnarvon is the commercial centre of the highly productive Gascoyne River.


DAY 05: Carnarvon to Coral Bay (241 km)

From Carnarvon, continue north and turn off to Coral Bay just past the Minilya Roadhouse. Coral Bay is the gateway to the fantastic coral of Ningaloo Reef and the Ningaloo Marine Park with its underwater viewing platform. This reef is rich in colour and diversity and rivals the Great Barrier Reef on the east coast for diving, snorkelling and viewing pleasure.


DAY 06: Coral Bay

Today enjoy a complete day at leisure to explore this magnificent coastal region and reef. Perhaps take a half day snorkel cruise to get up close to the majestic Manta Rays.


DAY 07: Coral Bay to Karratha (587 km)

Return to the North West Coastal Highway and travel on to Dampier and on to Karratha. Dampier is a Hamersley Iron town, the port for Tom Price and Paraburdoo iron-ore operations. Karratha was established on Nickel Bay, as there was no suitable land to continue expanding at Dampier. Karratha is the commercial centre of the Pilbara.


DAY 08: Karratha to Port Hedland (241 km)

Continue on to Port Hedland today travelling through the small town of Roebourne. The town was once the administrative centre the region, but now with a population of less than 1500, has been overshadowed by other towns and industries. Port Hedland is the gateway for Australia’s massive iron ore exports from the surrounding Pilbara region.


DAY 09: Port Hedland to Broome (612 km)

This journey is over 600 km, so an early start is recommended. Travel on the Great Northern Highway, which runs parallel to the Indian Ocean and Eighty-Mile Beach. The road runs through The Great Sandy Desert. Your destination of Broome is abundant in natural attractions and renowned for its pristine beaches and bays and the sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean.


DAY 10: Broome

Enjoy a day at leisure in Broome and explore the town, beach and the beautiful surroundings. Broome’s world famous beach – Cable Beach -is a classic example of this beauty and boasts 22 kilometres of white sand and clear tropical waters.


DAY 11: Broome

The tour concludes today, however you have the vehicle until tomorrow and it must be returned by the same time it was collected on Day 1 to avoid any additional charges.


*Prices are subject to availability and conditions apply. Valid until 31 March, 2021. For dates after this or if you would like to make any changes, please contact us direct for a quote.


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