Discover why Western Australia is a nature lovers’ paradise. Become an Exmouth Explorer and experience the many wonders of the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef. As you journey through the idyllic West Coast you will experience a totally different side to Australia.
With Autopia adventures return tour, Perth is your starting point. Before heading north into Western Australia, a nature lover’s paradise. Hike down to the Murchison River’s banks and peer through Nature’s Window into an ancient gorge. There will also be an opportunity to test your abseiling skills for those looking for a unique view of the gorge (own expense). A visit to Shark Bay, a World Heritage Site, will leave you in awe of nature’s beauty. Above all, at Monkey Mia, you can marvel at a beach made entirely of tiny shells, meet the world’s oldest living fossils, stromatolites, and watch dolphins play just off shore.
The region is home to over 2000 dolphins, as well as turtles, dugongs, kangaroos, and emus! Visit the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, which is known for its diverse marine life, manta rays, and whale shark visitors!
Stay the night in Coral Bay, a town right on the beach with coral so close to the shore that you can swim out to see it. OR Join a tour to see whale sharks or manta rays. The pristine beaches and turquoise waters here will leave a lasting impression, whether you choose to join a boat tour or simply relax on the beach. Definitely a place you’ll want to return.
We follow the road all the way to Exmouth Cape, where rugged mountains almost reach the sea. Views of the reef and ranges can be had from the lighthouse on Vlamingh Head. In the spring, you may even see migrating humpback and whalesharks. Visit Turquoise Bay, a snorkelling paradise, to round out your tour of the Cape. We return to Perth from Exmouth, stopping for numerous comfort breaks and seaside stops. Take advantage of this last chance to cement new friendships and reflect on your adventure together.
Autopia tours include 6 nights of dorm-share lodging with a shared bathroom (Kalbarri, Monkey Mia, Coral Bay, Exmouth, Geraldton).
Includes 6 breakfasts, 5 dinners, and 5 lunches
All National Parks require admission.
Fees for dolphin encounters
Walks with a guide (6-8km total)
Sightings of Australian wildlife in the wild!
An experienced driver-guide will host the event.
Air-conditioned mini-coach transportation
Autopia tours consist of Tour commentary is extensive.
Pickup and drop-off locations in the city Transfer return to Perth
(basic meals provided – vegetarian & gluten-free options available on-request)
Personal expenses for any meals not specified.
Additional tours, activities, and equipment rental
Travel insurance is strongly advised.
A sense of adventure, a 15 kg overnight bag, a small day pack, a 2L refillable water bottle, a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen, a towel and toiletries, bathers or swimwear, all-weather clothing (extreme conditions day/night), comfortable sturdy hiking shoes, closed shoes, a flashlight, headlamp, or torch, insect repellent, and a camera, as well as money for snacks and meals.
This fare is appropriate for adults 18 and older staying in shared dormitory rooms and is quoted per person. Children between the ages of 6 and 17 must reside in regular private housing and be accompanied by an adult or legal guardian. Subject to availability, private accommodation upgrades are offered on a different product listing. Infants and kids under the age of five should avoid taking this tour.
The weather in Western Australia can be very harsh. However, it is not unusual for summertime temperatures to exceed 40 degrees Celsius and for wintertime lows to occur over night. Please make sure you have brought appropriate clothing and that you have looked up the normal temperatures for the period of year you will be travelling. If the provider has not been contacted, your experience will still take place in the event of rain or bad weather.
Adults 18+ in a shared dormitory room are eligible for this Autopia tour’s (Per Person) pricing. Unsuitable for youngsters under the age of 17.
The duration of a walk might range from 6 to 8 kilometres, and it frequently includes rocky, steep, and sunny terrain. The length of the walks is up to the guide’s discretion.
Additionally, it’s a fantastic way to meet and interact with other travellers.
Make sure you prepare adequately for the time of year you’ll be travelling because Western Australia’s temperatures can vary greatly from day to night.
One 20-kg bag and one small day pack are permissible due to the limited storage capacity on our buses.
At the time of booking or before leaving Perth, please inform the provider of any food restrictions, medical concerns, and your travel contact number.
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