DEPARTS PERTH: Saturdays - November to April

TOUR COST: $595.00 p/person  ($555.00 Concession)

Single supplement $150.00

Includes all meals, accommodation (sheep stations & country lodges) & entrance fees.

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Ningaloo Reef Exmouth

4 Day Perth to Exmouth Tour

Sand-boarding, Pinnacles Desert, Lynton Station, Kalbarri National Park, Shark Bay, Stromatolites, Monkey Mia dolphins, Shell Beach, Carnarvon, Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay, Exmouth


The Pinnacles and limestone spiersDay 1: Perth - Lynton Station
We depart Perth and make our way to WA’s unique Pinnacle Desert. After walking through this desert of limestone spiers, we travel to the city of Geraldton. Here we go sand boarding on the huge white sand dunes before continuing north on our way to historic Lynton convict settlement, now run as a typical Aussie wheat and sheep farm. 
Overnight Lynton Station.   (L/D)

Day 2: Lynton Station - Monkey MiaMonkey mia dolphins
Today we explore coastal and inland regions of Kalbarri National Park including the coastal gorges and “The Loop” seeing abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. We travel north to Shark Bay and the Stromatolites before continuing to Monkey Mia. Overnight Monkey Mia.

Day 3: Monkey Mia - Warroora Station
This morning we visit the dolphins of Monkey Mia, one of only a few places in the world dolphins from the “wild” come to meet people. The morning is spent interacting with these amazing creatures (dolphin appearance not guaranteed). Take the opportunity to go sailing in the colourful fish on Ningaloo Reefbay. We bid the dolphins farewell as we travel to Shell Beach before continuing north via Carnarvon to our overnight station stay. This sheep station is situated on a 50km secluded stretch of the Ningaloo Reef. This evening enjoy “camp oven cooking” by the campfire. Try our damper! Overnight Warroora Station. (B/L/D)

coral bay

Day 4: Coral Bay - Exmouth
This morning we leave Warroora taking in some of the sights of the track, often sighting kangaroos, emus and other wildlife. We arrive at our destination Coral Bay, the point at which Ningaloo Reef is closest to the shore making it one of the most accessible Coral Reefs in the world. There are over 450 species of fish and 250 species of coral as well as manta rays, dugong and dolphins inhabiting these sheltered waters. It is a must to snorkel, or take a glass bottom boat tour to enjoy this marine paradise. Mid afternoon we travel north past Cape Range National Park to the northern end of Ningaloo and the town of Exmouth. Overnight Exmouth. (B/L)

Fun in the dunes with quad bikes




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