Lancelin – Moore River Estuary | One Day Tour

Lancelin

Sand, Surf and Sunsets

Moore River Estuary

Place on the Swan Coastal Plain unspoilt by developments

MEET an AMAZING PART OF THE beautiful Coral Coast region just north of Perth

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary

Map Perth to Ferguson Valley Tour

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary

There’s plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park – Lancelin Dunes and Coast – Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own.

Enjoy local art and sample local produce, some of the best in Australia.

Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Dec).

Tours run on Wednesday and Saturday every week as a personalised tour catering for small groups. 

Itinerary – One Day Tour – Lancelin – Moore River Estuary

We meet at 7.50 am to be on the road at 8.00 am in Midland

Chocolate Drops Tearooms

We meet at 7.50 am to be on the road at 8.00 am to make our way to the Yanchep National Park. We enjoy our morning tea in the Chocolate Drops Tearooms, a specialty Chocolate Shop and Tearooms when we arrive. It is a chocolate ‘haven’ that integrates with the historical and cultural surroundings. They have been creating unique quality handmade chocolates with an authentic Australian focus since 2005

Freshly fortified, we now visit the koala enclosure. Though not native to Western Australia, Yanchep has been home to a colony of koalas since 1938. The koala, incorrectly also called koala bear,  is a herbivorous marsupial native to Australia. It is the only living member of the Phascolarctidae, and its closest living relatives are the wombats, members of the Vombatidae. One of Australia’s best-known species can be seen among the tree branches from the elevated walkway.

Koala im Yanchep NP
York from Mt Brown

Lancelin, with all the sand, the waves and the sunsets, is the next point of interest. The community of Lancelin on the Turquoise Coast is one of the country’s best-kept holiday secrets. Locals and international tourists quickly fall in love with the gleaming white dunes, clean beaches, and a laid-back coastal lifestyle. But be warned: a visit to Lancelin is addictive, as are the activities on offer in the area, including sandboarding, dolphin watching and fishing. We will explore it, feel it, watch it.

Now, lunchtime is looming after we have explored the famous dunes. We recover by a sumptuous lunch at the Dunes Restaurant. They cater and offer meals to suit most dietary requirements, Vegan, Vegetarian & Gluten-free and are specialised in great food. We have fantastic views of the ocean and can dine inside or outside

mundaring weir
Coast line of Lancelin

After a beautiful meal, we look for the other attraction Lancelin offers. For instance, the tiny township is notable for its beautiful rugged white beaches. The Lancelin Lookout is a great vantage point from which you have a magnificent view of the beach and the sunset. Islands and dunes are also visible from this point. Another significant point is Lancelin Jettywhere we have a nice view of the beach and Lancelin Island.

It is now early afternoon, and we set off to visit Guilderton and the Moore River estuary. Guilderton is a nature-based tourist attraction located about 100 km north of Perth, just off Indian Ocean Drive. The town is located on the last remaining estuary (Moore River) in the Swan Coastal Plain, untouched by developments. Residents strive to preserve the virtually unchanged environment as much as possible for present and future generations to enjoy. The place invites you to take a beach walk to the point where the Indian Ocean and the Moore River meet. The Moore Estuary Lookout offers an unsurpassed view of the sea and river.

Moore River Estuary at Guilderton
Lesmurdie Falls

Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, our last stop for the day, is widely considered Australia’s most environmentally responsible final resting place. Since its inception in 1978, the park has been developed and maintained as a natural bushland cemetery, planted with native species only, with flat bronze plaques to mark graves. The natural environment of Pinnaroo provides a haven for many native birds and animals, including kangaroos. In addition, the grounds are a popular attraction for varied outdoor activities like walking and picnicking. So why are we stopping here? It is because of the many kangaroos that can be seen here in the late afternoon.

Up-coming Day Tours to Lancelin – Moore River Estuary

May 2022
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
25 May
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
28 May
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
June 2022
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
01 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
04 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
08 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
11 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
15 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
18 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
22 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
25 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
29 Jun
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
July 2022
Moore River Estuary at Guilderton

Lancelin – Moore River Estuary Ι 1 Day

There's plenty to see and do a fun adventure tour to Yanchep National Park - Lancelin Dunes and Coast - Guilderton and the mouth of the Moore River. Enjoy a day of unforgettable experiences with sand and water and the tranquillity of places untouched by development in the Swan Coastal Plain. The first 100km of the Indian Ocean Drive we will drive passes through the Coral Coast region, north of Perth, a scenic journey of its own. Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).   ...
02 Jul
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
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Toodyay – York | One Day Tour

Toodyay - York Ι One Day Tour

Nature experiences – Historical attractions

MEET AMAZING CREATORS IN THE Avon Valley in WA

Toodyay – York

Map Perth to Ferguson Valley Tour

Toodyay – York

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir –  Kalgoorlie.

When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away.

Enjoy local art and taste the local produce which is one of the finest in Australia.

Absolutely stunning during Wildflower Season (Aug-Oct).

Tours run daily as a personalised tour catering for small groups. 

Itinerary – One Day Tour – Toodyay – York

 

Noble Falls

We meet at 7.50 am to be on the road at 8.00 am in Midland and travel to the scenic Noble Falls to capture your waterfall moment surrounded by tranquil jarrah, marri and blackbutt bushland. Come with Otto Tours Australia in spring, and you can stroll amongst the wildflowers, including rare species found nowhere else on Earth.

After a short break and a photo stop, we are heading to Toodyay, located in a valley for all Seasons. It is a charming heritage town with a farming background. Step back in time and be transported to the past as you walk down the main street. Be welcomed to the Living History Walking Trails through the historic townsite and meet the legend of Moondyne Joe too. But first things first. After arrival, you will be invited to a morning tea in the famous Toodyay Bakery, awarded Australia’s Greatest Apple Pie in 2019. Afterwards, you have time to stroll through the town. If you get lost, we will find you in WA’s most prominent regional Christmas shop, where you can relive your childhood before we leave for York.

Christmass shop Toodyay
York from Mt Brown

The tour proceeds to York via some beautiful backroads.  Sometimes we may see some camels or emus. York is the oldest inland European settlement in WA, situated on the Avon River on Ballardong Noongar land. The settling started in 1831, the town became established in 1835, and the first building was erected in 1836. Today, York is renowned for its heritage buildings, art and annual festivals. Between mid-August into September, the spectacular canola crop flowers in yellow. On arrival, we visit Mt Bakewell, a beautiful lookout. Pretty sure you are getting hungry. Therefore we invite you to a sumptuous lunch at the Imperial Homestead. Later, you have time to roam through York until we leave for our next destination.

 

Our next attraction is waiting: Mundaring Weir; we rewind our way to the Great Eastern Highway. If possible, we have a photo stop during the spectacular yellow flowering canola season. At Mundaring Weir, enjoy the beautiful scenery by walking over the Dam. You can observe the wildflower season from July to November and appreciate the striking array of native flowers.

 

mundaring weir
Lesmurdie Falls

On our way to Lesmurdie Falls, we drive through the newly established Beelu- and Kalamunda NP before we reach Lesmurdie Falls, located in the Mundy Regional Park in the hills east of Perth. It is one of the more spectacular waterfalls on the Darling Range escarpment. Marvel the view over the city with a glorious sunset.

The day ends at the car park in Midland.

Up-coming Day Tours to Toodyay – York

May 2022
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
25 May 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
27 May 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
June 2022
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
01 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
03 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
08 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
10 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
15 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
17 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
22 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
24 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
29 Jun 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
July 2022
Noble Falls

Toodyay – York – Perth Ι 1 Day

Enjoy a day out packed full of nature experiences, including Noble Falls, Lesmurdie Falls, Mundaring Weir, historical attractions like Toodyay, York, and the Golden Pipeline from Mundaring Weir – Kalgoorlie. When we drive along winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away. ...
01 Jul 2022
7:50 am - 6:30 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
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Ferguson Valley | One Day Tour

Wellington Dam Mural

One of the greates mural in the world

Ferguson Valley

Hilly undulating countryside

MEET AMAZING CREATORS IN THE FERGUSON VALLEY

Welllington Dam Mural

Wellington Dam Mural, Fergiuson Valley

Wellington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley

Just out of Bunbury, a journey to the Wellington Dam and through the Ferguson Valley is one to remember, leading to an enormous mural called one of the biggest in the world. It also features an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours.

 

When we drive along steep, winding roads, the views are bound to take your breath away.

 

Enjoy local art and taste the local produce, one of the finest in Australia.

 

 

 

 

Itinerary – One Day Tour – Ferguson Valley

The Ferguson Valley Tour starts at the car park next to the Gosnells Bowling Club, 2271 Albany Highway, Gosnells WA 6110 at 7.50 am.

Stirling Cottage

As soon as we leave Armadale, we wind our way through the green pastures of the South West Highway with beautiful scenic views to Harvey for morning tea on the balcony of the replica Stirling Cottage, overlooking the Harvey River. You can take your time to view the May Gibbs gumnut display in the visitor centre and afterwards enjoy the beautiful gardens and the mini orchard. Maybe you are lucky to spot a Pacific Black Duck or a Pale Flecked Garden Sunskink!

Welcome to Gnomesville…

… your next photographic opportunity! Have a guess how many gnomes live here. As a piece of first information, there are in the thousands. The Gnomes are the official gatekeepers along with the extra-ordinary volunteer work and support from the Shire of Dardanup in the Ferguson Valley, Western Australia. Be a bit quirky and bring along your little Gnome to add to the village!

Harvey Käserei
St. Aidan's church, Ferguson Valley

After a quirky side-trip to visit Gnomesville, home to over 3000 gnomes of all shapes and sizes, meet the majestic King Jarrah, an ancient 36-metre timber giant, ruling over the surrounding marri, yarri and jarrah forests of Wellington National Park – 17000-hectare camping, fishing, swimming, canoeing, rafting, mountain biking and bushwalking playground. King Jarrah offers a chance to view the tallest jarrah tree in the park. It is estimated to be between 300 and 500 years old. The tree has survived bush fires, storms, lighting and insect attack.

Lunchtime is looming, so we make our way to a lovely restaurant right at the banks of the Ferguson River in what the owners describe as a bit of patch of heaven in the ‘Ferguson Valley’. The Chef has designed our menu around the season’s best offerings. We invite you to a sumptuous lunch.

The picturesque red brick church St Aidan next to the restaurant was built in 1954 after the original church burnt down in the early morning hours on Friday 14th April in the fires of 1950, which swept through from the Collie River to Donnybrook.

Harvey Cheese Factory
Wood Gallery and Museum Australind

Guido van Helton painted the Wellington Dam Mural In 2021, an 8000 square metre mural on the dam wall, titled “Reflections”. It took four months to complete and features images of Collie mines workers, families playing in the water, Aboriginal children and other scenes taken from actual photographs of Collie’s history. With the $1.5M dam mural project coming under budget, an extra 19 murals were recently added to the trail, totalling 40 works, all done by WA artists. The team behind the mural’s commissioning and development believe it to be the world’s most giant dam wall mural. But Van Helten said that while the mural had been described as the largest of its type, it had not been his reason to paint it. “I don’t want it to be just about that,” he said. “Size doesn’t’ matter. It’s about how well it was executed.”

Potters Gorge Campground – Wellington National Park is situated on the shores of Wellington Dam, in a shady forest setting, is Potters Gorge with good views across the backwaters of the Dam.

Potters Gorge Campground – Wellington National Park

Up-coming Day Tours to Ferguson Valley

May 2022
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
26 May 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
30 May 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
June 2022
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
02 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
06 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
09 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
13 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
16 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
20 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
23 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
27 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
30 Jun 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
July 2022
Stirling Cottage

Welllington Dam Mural – Ferguson Valley | 1 Day

Just out of Bunbury, a journey through the Ferguson Valley to the Wellington Dam mural is one to remember, featuring an impressive backdrop of rolling hills with grazing cattle, meandering streams, misty mornings and astounding autumn colours. ...
04 Jul 2022
7:30 am - 6:00 pm
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
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Broome – Darwin – Broome Tour

Broome – Darwin – Broome Tour

Typical West Australian Landscape

Broome – Darwin – Broome Tour

Coastal view in Carnarvon

Broome – Darwin – Broome Tour

Queen of Sheba Orchid Western Australia

Broome – Darwin – Broome Tour

Purnulu National Park | Bungle Bungles

Broome to Darwin
Darwin to Broome

Wildflower Season – July to October

18 Days Perth to Darwin Tour

Comfortable small group trip to grandiose and hidden natural wonders during the famous wildflower bloom in western Australia

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. The program includes: Kimberley, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Karijini National Park and countless other worth seeing, sometimes rather unknown destinations. In a reliable minibus with experienced specialists on board, experience is guaranteed and safety is paramount

All this can be safely enjoyed as a SMALL GROUP COACH TOUR or as a PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR guided by a very experienced tour guide.

Travel description

The most original Australia is most likely to be found in western Australia (Western Australia). Only a few first-time visitors find this worth a trip. It doesn’t have to be. Western Australia is definitely worth a trip for anyone who feels like going to Australia. The emerging tourist region of Western Australia spans a third of Australia’s total land area with approximately two and a half million inhabitants, of which more than 2 million live in Perth, the only coast followed by an extensive hinterland that is also worth exploring. They are accompanied by metropolis in the west of the continent, beautifully situated in the south-west on the Indian Ocean. Most of the places worth seeing are located in a wonderful color spectrum, and at night you can experience an obvious starry sky.

A trip through Western Australia is an extraordinary experience and should be experienced in stages. Therefore, this tour is a continuous overland trip between Perth and Darwin. Their length is about 8000 km, including the side roads and the tour through the south-west. With a minibus with a maximum of 14 seats, the number of participants is limited and manageable, making maximum flexibility possible. This is the only way to perceive and experience the sequence of numerous unique attractions, including the World Heritage Sites. Our tour is deliberately carried out in the climatically dry season since pleasant temperatures prevail throughout the Australian winter and spring. In September, the wildflowers can also be seen in full bloom. For climatic reasons, we hold the second appointment immediately afterward in the opposite direction, starting in Darwin and ending in Perth. However, especially in the tropical north, weather-related changes in the travel itinerary must always be expected. We offer an Australia program for everyone who wants to experience Australia in its diversity, vastness, infinity, and originality. On request, you can participate in a six-day additional program in the country’s extreme south-west.

You can expect consistently good roads – exceptions are possible – a long, intensive driving program with regular breaks. Overnight stays are in local hotels, motels, chalets, park homes, and comfortable safari tents. The cheapest options for meals are to be found outside the hotels, so only the daily breakfast is included. Drivers and tour guides will know what is right for them. Nevertheless, it makes sense to bring a lot of perseverance, willingness to help, comradeship and willingness to help to guarantee a good success of this extraordinary, multifaceted journey promising.

Travel style

The participants experience the unique natural wonders of Western Australia under professional guidance.

In the comfortable minibus, the respective daily goals that offer Australia-typical experiences are easily reached for all ages. The comfortable accommodations ensure a stylish end to the eventful days and a refreshing night’s sleep.

The participants can be assured that they will see fantastic places. The tours are accompanied by trained, German-speaking tour guides as drivers who love the country and are familiar with several unique features.

A balanced mix of experience and relaxation is a particular concept. Depending on the situation, wishes and interests of the guests, individual experiences and activities are woven into each day.

The highlight - the wildflower bloom in spring

In spring - north of Perth (July / August) and south of Perth (September / October) - Western Australia's dry zones and heaths turned into a sea of ​​colourful flowers. At least where there was sufficient rainfall in winter. More than 12,000 different types of wildflowers transform the wilderness into a carpet of flowers in some places. Winter in Western Australia is an entirely new experience.

From July to October, over 12,000 wildflower species bloom explosively in this state. Follow this lively trail to Ningaloo Reef, where you can snorkel across schools of tropical fish and corals.

The bright colours will enchant you in the rugged Kalbarri National Park north of Geraldton or Perth's well-kept Kings Park. The sea of ​​flowers leads you to the waves, Margaret River Caves and Wineries. Let the blooms take you through the karri forests on the Bibbulmun Track, or take in the incredible variety of flowers in Albany. Then, in a modern small coach for 14 people, you will drive through the most beautiful side of Australia.That ensures an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia's most amazing natural wonders. as a privileged tour group.

The program includes Kimberley, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Karijini National Park, and countless other enjoyable, sometimes unknown, destinations.

A reliable small coach with experienced specialists on board guarantees an undisturbed experience, and safety comes first. You will travel through one of the most impressive areas of Australia. 

 

Itineray | Broome to Darwin | 7 Days

(Subject to change)

 

Day 1: Broome

F – Free day on the beautiful ocean coast: Aboriginal people, pearl fishing, the fine sandy Cable Beach. 4-hour city tour (optional)

Day 2: Broome – Fitzroy Crossing

B – Now we head east. In Derby, we see the largest Kimberley Prison Boab tree. In the evening, we are in Fitzroy Crossing. Before that, we stop at the imposing Devonian Reef and the abstract Ngumban Ranges. The property is located at the mighty Fitzroy River.

Day 3: Fitzroy Crossing – Kimberleys – Kununurra

B – Early in the morning, we take a boat trip through the Geikie Gorge. Afterward, we drive to the notorious town of Halls Creek. We continue along the eastern edge of the lonely and wildly romantic Kimberley region to Kununurra and stay 2 nights.

Day 4: Kununurra – Bungle Bungle

B – Early morning scenic flight over Lake Argyle, the Argyle diamond mine and the very impressive Bungle Bungles. Later in the day, it’s historic Ivanhoe Crossing.

Day 5: Kununurra – Katherine

B – On the Victoria Highway – across the border to the Northern Territory – it goes to Katherine. We pass semi-arid areas of steppes that alternate with long mountain ranges. That is later densely forested.

Day 6: Katherine Gorge – Darwin

B – Visit the Nitmiluk National Park with a boat trip in the gorge. Lunch at Edith Falls. Then on the Stuart Highway to Darwin.

Day 7: Darwin

B – After breakfast, short city tour, then private stay or return

Itineray | Darwin to Broome | 7 Days

Day 1: Arrival in Darwin

transfer from the airport, meeting at the hotel, dinner together (not included) by the sea with a view of the Darwin skyline.

Day 2: Darwin

Katherine Gorge B – Short city tour in Darwin. Then it’s on the Stuart Highway to Katherine. Stay at Edith Falls with bathing facilities.

Day 3: Katherine – Kununurra

B – Visit Nitmiluk National Park with a boat trip into two gorges. The Victoria Highway – across the border into Western Australia – leads to Kununurra. Long mountain ranges, initially densely forested, alternate with semi-arid areas of the steppes.

Day 4: Bungle Bungle – Kununurra

B – Early morning flight over Lake Argyle, the Argyle diamond mine and the very impressive Bungle Bungles. Later in the day, it’s historic Ivanhoe Crossing. Part of the day is free. Four-hour sightseeing tour (optional)

Day 5: Kununurra – Kimberley – Fitzroy Crossing

B – Along the eastern edge of the lonely and wildly romantic Kimberley region, you first go to the notorious town of Halls Creek and from there to Fitzroy Crossing. The property is located on the mighty Fitzroy River.

Day 6: Fitzroy Crossing – Broome

B – Early in the morning, we take a boat through the Geikie Gorge. Then it goes west. We stop at the imposing Devonian Reef and the abstract Ngumban Ranges. In Derby, we see the most massive Kimberley Prison Boab tree. In the evening, we are in Broome, the Baden Baden of Western Australia, and the pearl farming center and stay two nights.

Day 7: Broome

B – free day at leisure on the beautiful ocean coast: Aboriginal people, pearl fishing, the spectacular sandy Cable Beach. 4-hour city tour (optional)

 

Service content – Broome – Darwin / Darwin – Broome

  • 7 days tour from Broome to Darwin, 6 nights, 1x city tour either Perth or Darwin, flight Bungle Bungle, boat tour Katherine Gorge, national park admission according to the program.
  • The maximum number of participants is 14, the minimum is 8. Otto Tours Australia guarantees the departure from 8 participants. With less, it is only possible by arrangement.
  • Modern minibus with air conditioning, seat belts, German-speaking driver-guide, luggage tag if necessary
  • 6 nights, including 4 in double rooms with double bed or two separate beds. One accommodation is in a fully furnished cabin on the Eighty Mile Beach with 2 separate bedrooms for up to four guests. Two people move into one bedroom within the travel community but share the bathroom and living room. Suppose the cabin is desired for a couple alone. In that case, this can be organized at an additional cost. One accommodation is a safari tent with beds and a private wet room.
  • Daily breakfast (English B). If not available, there is a breakfast basket or roadhouse snack. No other meals (except Tom Price) but always advice and help with organization on request.
  • Study and adventure tour with a focus on untouched and remote natural wonders, wild animals, indigenous people, sensational places, mountains, beaches, real outback, typical Australia.
  • Luggage max. 23 kg that each participant can carry and lift themselves without outside help, as well as light hand luggage
  • Weather conditions, road conditions, and unpredictable circumstances can force program changes, disallow specific destinations, and cause changes in daily routines and accommodation.

Payment and cancellation conditions

  • 20% of the travel price is due when booking
  • 80% of the travel price is due 60 days before the start of the trip.

In the event of a cancellation, the following cancellation conditions apply:

  • 20% of the travel price is due up to 60 days before the start of the trip
  • 40% of the travel price is due up to 40 days before the start of the trip,
  • 60% of the travel price is due up to 30 days before the start of the trip
  • 80% of the travel price is due up to 14 days before the start of the trip,
  • After that, 100% of the travel price is due

Travel Dates | Small Group Coach Tours

(The Private Tour Guiding travel dates can be arranged to suit your timeframe)

Monthly Weekly Daily List
May 2022
Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
13 - 30 May 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Perth to Broome | 12 Days

The modern small coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Broome. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
13 - 24 May 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
June 2022
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Broome to Perth | 12 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
07 - 18 Jun 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
July 2022
Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
15 Jul 2022 - 01 Aug 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Perth to Broome | 12 Days

The modern small coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Broome. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
15 - 26 Jul 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
August 2022
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Broome to Perth | 12 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
09 - 20 Aug 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
September 2022
Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
16 Sep 2022 - 03 Oct 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Perth to Broome | 12 Days

The modern small coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Broome. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
16 - 27 Sep 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
October 2022
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Broome to Perth | 12 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
11 - 22 Oct 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
November 2022
Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
18 Nov 2022 - 05 Dec 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Perth to Broome | 12 Days

The modern small coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Broome. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
18 - 29 Nov 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
December 2022
Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

Broome to Perth | 12 Days

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
13 - 24 Dec 2022
All Day
Perth
Western Australia, Australia
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WILDFLOWER SEASON – JULY TO OCTOBER

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Perth to Broome 

Comfortable small group trip to grandiose and hidden natural wonders  in Western Australia  –  the famous wildflower bloom starts in July until October

The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. The program includes Kimberley, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Karijini National Park and countless other worth seeing, sometimes relatively unknown destinations. In a reliable coach with experienced specialists on board, you will have a wonderfully relaxed day, and safety is paramount

All this you can safely enjoy as a SMALL COACH TOUR, a MINI GROUP TOUR or a PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR conducted by a very experienced tour guide.

 

Travel description

The most original Australia is most likely to be found in western Australia (Western Australia). Only a few first-time visitors find this worth a trip. However, it doesn’t have to be. Western Australia is definitely worth a trip for anyone who feels like going to Australia. The emerging tourist region of Western Australia spans a third of Australia’s total land area with approximately nearly three million inhabitants. A little bit over two million live in Perth, the only coast followed by an extensive hinterland that is also worth exploring. Perth joined in as a metropolis west of the continent, beautifully situated in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Most of the places worth seeing are in a beautiful colour spectrum, and at night you can experience a clear starry sky. Travelling through Western Australia is an extraordinary experience. Come more often and enjoy the country and its people in more miniature stages. You will get more out of it. Therefore, this tour is a continuous overland trip between Perth and Darwin. Their length is about 8000 km, including the side roads and the time through the southwest.

With a coach with a maximum of 14 seats, the number of participants is limited and manageable, making maximum flexibility possible. It is the only way to perceive and experience the sequence of numerous unique attractions, including the World Heritage Sites. Our tour is deliberately carried out in the climatically dry season since pleasant temperatures prevail throughout the Australian winter and spring. From July to October is wildflower season with an unrivalled wealth of colour.  We hold the second appointment immediately afterward in the opposite direction for climatic reasons, starting in Darwin and ending in Perth. However, especially in the tropical north, changes to the itinerary always happen due to weather conditions. We offer an Australian program for everyone who wants to experience Australia in its diversity, vastness, infinity, and originality. On request, you can participate in a six-day additional program in the country’s extreme southwest.

You can expect consistently good roads – exceptions are possible – a long, intensive driving program with regular breaks. Overnight stays are in local hotels, motels, chalets, park homes, and comfortable safari tents. You will find the cheapest meals outside the hotels. Therefore, we included just the daily breakfast. Drivers and tour guides will know what is right for them. Nevertheless, it makes sense to bring a lot of perseverance, willingness to help, comradeship and willingness to help guarantee the success of this extraordinary, multifaceted journey promising.

Travel style

The participants experience the unique natural wonders of Western Australia under professional guidance.

In a comfortable coach, all age groups can reach the respective destinations of the day, which offer typical Australian experiences. Moreover, the comfortable accommodations ensure a stylish end to the eventful days and a refreshing night’s sleep.

Participants can look forward to seeing fantastic places. Trained, German-speaking tour guides accompany the tours as drivers who love the country and are familiar with many unique features.

A balanced mix of experience and relaxation is a particular concept. Depending on the guests’ situation, wishes and interests, individual experiences and activities are woven into each day.

The highlight - the wildflower bloom in spring

In spring - north of Perth (July / August) and south of Perth (September / October) - Western Australia's dry zones and heaths turned into a sea of ​​colourful flowers. At least where there was sufficient rainfall in winter. More than 12,000 different types of wildflowers transform the wilderness into a carpet of flowers in some places. Winter in Western Australia is an entirely new experience.

From July to October, over 12,000 wildflower species bloom explosively in this state. Follow this lively trail to Ningaloo Reef, where you can snorkel across schools of tropical fish and corals.

The bright colours will enchant you in the rugged Kalbarri National Park north of Geraldton or Perth's well-kept Kings Park. The sea of ​​flowers leads you to the waves, Margaret River Caves and Wineries. Let the blooms take you through the karri forests on the Bibbulmun Track, or take in the incredible variety of flowers in Albany. Then, in a modern small coach for 14 people, you will drive through the most beautiful side of Australia.That ensures an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia's most amazing natural wonders. as a privileged tour group.

The program includes Kimberley, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Karijini National Park, and countless other enjoyable, sometimes unknown, destinations.

A reliable small coach with experienced specialists on board guarantees an undisturbed experience, and safety comes first. You will travel through one of the most impressive areas of Australia. 

 

Itineray | Perth to Broome | 12 Days

(Subject to change)

Day 1: Perth

Transfer from the airport, meeting at the hotel at 4:00 p.m. Start of the Perth city tour at night. Dinner in Fremantle (not included)

Day 2: Perth – Pinnacles – Geraldton

B – Head north to Yanchep National Park with kangaroos and koalas. Afterwards, we drive through Australia’s wheat belt to the Nambung National Park. The up to 4.5 m high limestone pillars of the “Pinnacles” are fascinating. Finally, in the evening, we reach Geraldton.

Day 3: Geraldton – Kalbarri National Park – Kalbarri

B – City tour of Geraldton, then continue to Kalbarri National Park, relaxed hikes to the Natural Bridge and Red Bluff on the ocean side. Accommodation Kalbarri

Day 4: Kalbarri – Monkey Mia

B – visit the gorges of the Murchison River. Then, on to the Peron Peninsula, Shark Bay (World Heritage): beaches that invite you to dream; in the evening, we are at the Monkey Mia Resort.

Day 5: Monkey Mia – Carnarvon

B – The dolphins arrive between 7.30 a.m. and 8 a.m. – usually -. 9:00 a.m. Catamaran trip to the turquoise bay of Shark Bay. Afterwards, visit Eagle Bay, where you can spot whale sharks, dugong, manta rays, and humpback whales with a bit of luck. Other stops are Shell Beach and Hamelin Pool. The day ends in Carnarvon.

Day 6: Carnarvon – Coral Bay

B – We continue north to Coral Bay at Ningaloo Reef Marine Park. We arrive so early that we can explore the wonderful underwater world with the glass-bottom boat. If you want, you can snorkel and explore the corals on your own. The hotel is right on the beach.

Day 7: Coral Bay

B – Free day – dive into the world’s largest fringing reef. Optionally you can go snorkelling or diving, watch whales or relax on the beach.

Day 8: Coral Bay- Pilbara Region – Tom Price

B, D – Drive through the Gascoyne to the Pilbara Region, from the Gibson Desert to the Hamersley Ranges. The daily goal is Tom Price.

Day 9: Tom Price – Karijini National Park – Auski Roadhouse

B, L – On the drive from Tom Price to Munjinea (Auski Roadhouse), we visit the Karijini National Park: We hike the Dales Gorge, Circular Pool, Fern Pool, Fortesque Falls, and the Munjinea East Gorge. We spend the night in a roadhouse;

Day 10: Auski Roadhouse – Port Hedland – 80 Mile Beach

B – Today, you can see the typical, mighty road trains, the Chichester Ranges, the endlessly long iron ore trains that enter the port of Port Hedland. The journey goes on through the Great Sandy Desert to 80 Mile Beach – overnight on a deserted beach. There’s a traditional Aussie BBQ tonight.

Day 11: 80 Mile Beach – Broome

B – Today, we reach Baden Baden in Western Australia – Broome. We leave the foothills of the “Great Sandy Desert” behind and drive parallel to 80 Mile Beach (380km). The area is sparsely populated—evening in Broome, the centre of pearl farming.

Day 12: Broome

F –  Transfer to Airport

Itineray | Broome to Perth | 12 Days

Day 1: Broome

Airport transfer, 4-hour city tour (optional)

Day 2: Broome – 80 Mile Beach

B – We reach the Great Sandy Desert’s foothills and drive parallel to 80 Mile Beach. The area is sparsely populated overnight on a lonely beach. There’s a traditional Aussi BBQ tonight.

Day 3: 80 Mile Beach – Port Hedland – Auski Roadhouse

B – Today, we drive through the Great Sandy Desert to Port Hedland. The endlessly long iron ore trains enter Port Hedland harbour. We see the typical, the mighty road trains, and the Chichester Ranges. Overnight in a roadhouse.

Day 4: Auski Roadhouse – Karijini National Park – Tom Price

B, L, D – From Munjinea (Auski Roadhouse), we visit the Karijini National Park: We hike the Dales Gorge, Circular Pool, Fern Pool, Fortesque Falls and  Munjinea East Gorge. Overnight, we stay in Tom Price.

Day 5: Tom Price – Pilbara Region – Coral Bay

The journey goes from the Hamersley Ranges through the Gibson Desert to the Pilbara Region and the Gascoyne region. The daily goal is Coral Bay.

Day 6: Coral Bay

B Free day – dive into the world’s largest fringing reef. Optionally you can go snorkelling or diving, watch whales or relax on the beach.

Day 7: Coral Bay / Ningaloo Reef Marine Park – Carnarvon

B – Ride in a glass-bottom boat over the colourful coral reef. If you want, you can snorkel and explore the corals on your own. The hotel is right on the beach; on offer, guided snorkelling or diving tours are an option. In the early afternoon, we continue to Carnarvon

Day 8: Carnarvon – Monkey Mia

B – After a short sightseeing tour, we continue towards Monkey Mia with a visit to Shell Beach and Hamelin Poo. At Eagle Bluff, where, with little luck, you may see dolphins, whale sharks, dugongs, manta rays and humpback whales. Finally, the day ends at the Monkey Mia Resort.

Day 9: Monkey Mia Kalbarri National Park

B – The dolphins arrive between 7.30 a.m. and 8.00 a.m. – usually. 9:00 a.m., a Catamaran trip to the turquoise blue bay of Shark Bay (World Heritage Site) starts. Then we continue to Kalbarri National Park and visit the Murchison River gorges. The daily goal, Kalbarri.

Day 10: Kalbarri National Park Geraldton

B – The day begins with a relaxed hike to Red Bluff on the ocean side. Then there is enough time for Island Rock and the Natural Bridge. In Geraldton, we drive along the sightseeing route to our hotel

Day 11: Geraldton – Pinnacles – Perth

B – First, we visit the HMAS Sydney II monument. Later, we go south along the Indian Ocean Drive and Western Australia’s wheat belt to the Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park. The up to 4.5 m high limestone pillars of the “Pinnacles” are fascinating. Continue to Yanchep National Park with kangaroos and koalas. In the evening, we reach Perth.

Day 12: Perth

B – After breakfast, city tour, followed by a private stay or transfer to the airport

 

 

 

Service content – Perth – Broome / Broome – Perth

  • 12 days tour from Perth to Broome, 11 overnight stays, 1 x city tour Perth, boat tour in Monkey Mia, glass-bottom boat Ningaloo Reef, national park admission according to program, 1 x dinner in Tom Price, 1 x packed lunch for Karijini NP
  • The maximum number of participants is 14; the minimum is 5. Otto Tours Australia guarantees the departure of 5 participants in a small group tour and 4 participants in a mini-group tour.
  • Modern small coach with air conditioning, seat belts, German-speaking driver-guide, luggage tag if necessary
  • 11 nights, including 10 in double rooms with a double bed or two separate beds.
  • Daily breakfast (English B). If not available, there is a breakfast basket or roadhouse snack. No other meals (except Tom Price) but always advice and help with organization on request.
  • Study and adventure tour focuses on untouched and remote natural wonders, wild animals, indigenous people, sensational places, mountains, beaches, real outback, typical Australia.
  • Luggage max. 23 kg that each participant can carry and lift themselves without outside help, as well as light hand luggage
  • Weather conditions, road conditions, and unpredictable circumstances can force program changes, disallow specific destinations, and cause daily routines and accommodation changes.

    Payment and cancellation conditions

    • 20% of the travel price is due when booking
    • 80% of the travel price is due 60 days before the start of the trip.

    In the event of a cancellation, the following cancellation conditions apply:

    • 20% of the travel price is due up to 60 days before the start of the trip
    • 40% of the travel price is due up to 40 days before the start of the trip,
    • 60% of the travel price is due up to 30 days before the start of the trip
    • 80% of the travel price is due up to 14 days before the start of the trip,
    • After that, 100% of the travel price is due

    Travel Dates | Small Group Coach Tours

    (The Private Tour Guiding travel dates can be arranged to suit your timeframe)

    Monthly Weekly Daily List
    May 2022
    Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

    Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    13 - 30 May 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

    Perth to Broome | 12 Days

    The modern small coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Broome. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    13 - 24 May 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    June 2022
    Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

    Broome to Perth | 12 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    07 - 18 Jun 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    July 2022
    Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

    Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    15 Jul 2022 - 01 Aug 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

    Perth to Broome | 12 Days

    The modern small coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Broome. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    15 - 26 Jul 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    August 2022
    Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

    Broome to Perth | 12 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    09 - 20 Aug 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    September 2022
    Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

    Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    16 Sep 2022 - 03 Oct 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

    Perth to Broome | 12 Days

    The modern small coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Broome. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    16 - 27 Sep 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    October 2022
    Small Group Coach Tour, Wilde Küste bei Carnavon am Indischen Ozean

    Broome to Perth | 12 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
    11 - 22 Oct 2022
    All Day
    Perth
    Western Australia, Australia
    November 2022
    Kalbarri NP - Murchison River - Small Group Coach Tour

    Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Perth to Darwin. This guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most interesting natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
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    Broome to Perth | 12 Days

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia from Broome to Perth. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. ...
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    Perth – Darwin – Perth Tour

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    Kalbarri National Park

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    Wildflower season – July to October

    18 Days Perth to Darwin Tour

    Comfortable small group trip to grandiose and hidden natural attractions, cultural history and wildlife watching all year round in Western Australia

    The famous wildflower time is from July until October

    The modern coach for 14 people takes you through the most beautiful side of Australia. That guarantees an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia’s most fascinating natural wonders as a privileged travel group. The program includes Kimberley, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Karijini National Park and countless other worth seeing, sometimes relatively unknown destinations. In a reliable coach with experienced specialists on board, you will have a wonderfully relaxed time, and safety is paramount

    All this you can safely enjoy as a SMALL COACH TOUR, a MINI GROUP TOUR or a PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR conducted by a very experienced tour guide.

    Travel description

    The most original Australia is most likely to be found in western Australia (Western Australia). Only a few first-time visitors find this worth a trip. It doesn’t have to be. Western Australia is definitely worth a trip for anyone who feels like going to Australia. The emerging tourist region of Western Australia spans a third of Australia’s total land area with approximately two and a half million inhabitants, of which more than 2 million live in Perth, the only coast followed by an extensive hinterland that is also worth exploring. They are accompanied by metropolis in the west of the continent, beautifully situated in the south-west on the Indian Ocean. Most of the places worth seeing are located in a wonderful color spectrum, and at night you can experience an obvious starry sky.

    A trip through Western Australia is an extraordinary experience and should be experienced in stages. Therefore, this tour is a continuous overland trip between Perth and Darwin. Their length is about 8000 km, including the side roads and the tour through the south-west. With a minibus with a maximum of 14 seats, the number of participants is limited and manageable, making maximum flexibility possible. This is the only way to perceive and experience the sequence of numerous unique attractions, including the World Heritage Sites. Our tour is deliberately carried out in the climatically dry season since pleasant temperatures prevail throughout the Australian winter and spring. In September, the wildflowers can also be seen in full bloom. For climatic reasons, we hold the second appointment immediately afterward in the opposite direction, starting in Darwin and ending in Perth. However, especially in the tropical north, weather-related changes in the travel itinerary must always be expected. We offer an Australia program for everyone who wants to experience Australia in its diversity, vastness, infinity, and originality. On request, you can participate in a six-day additional program in the country’s extreme south-west.

    You can expect consistently good roads – exceptions are possible – a long, intensive driving program with regular breaks. Overnight stays are in local hotels, motels, chalets, park homes, and comfortable safari tents. The cheapest options for meals are to be found outside the hotels, so only the daily breakfast is included. Drivers and tour guides will know what is right for them. Nevertheless, it makes sense to bring a lot of perseverance, willingness to help, comradeship and willingness to help to guarantee a good success of this extraordinary, multifaceted journey promising.

    Travel style

    The participants experience the unique natural wonders of Western Australia under professional guidance.

    In the comfortable minibus, the respective daily goals that offer Australia-typical experiences are easily reached for all ages. The comfortable accommodations ensure a stylish end to the eventful days and a refreshing night’s sleep.

    The participants can be assured that they will see fantastic places. The tours are accompanied by trained, German-speaking tour guides as drivers who love the country and are familiar with several unique features.

    A balanced mix of experience and relaxation is a particular concept. Depending on the situation, wishes and interests of the guests, individual experiences and activities are woven into each day.

    The highlight - the wildflower bloom in spring

    In spring - north of Perth (July / August) and south of Perth (September / October) - Western Australia's dry zones and heaths turned into a sea of ​​colourful flowers. At least where there was sufficient rainfall in winter. More than 12,000 different types of wildflowers transform the wilderness into a carpet of flowers in some places. Winter in Western Australia is an entirely new experience.

    From July to October, over 12,000 wildflower species bloom explosively in this state. Follow this lively trail to Ningaloo Reef, where you can snorkel across schools of tropical fish and corals.

    The bright colours will enchant you in the rugged Kalbarri National Park north of Geraldton or Perth's well-kept Kings Park. The sea of ​​flowers leads you to the waves, Margaret River Caves and Wineries. Let the blooms take you through the karri forests on the Bibbulmun Track, or take in the incredible variety of flowers in Albany. Then, in a modern small coach for 14 people, you will drive through the most beautiful side of Australia.That ensures an unforgettable travel experience to Western Australia's most amazing natural wonders. as a privileged tour group.

    The program includes Kimberley, Ningaloo Reef, Monkey Mia, Karijini National Park, and countless other enjoyable, sometimes unknown, destinations.

    A reliable small coach with experienced specialists on board guarantees an undisturbed experience, and safety comes first. You will travel through one of the most impressive areas of Australia. 

     

    Itineray | Perth to Darwin | 18 Days

    (Subject to change)

    Day 1: Perth

    Transfer from the airport, meeting at the hotel at 4:00 p.m. Start of the Perth city tour at night. Dinner in Fremantle (not included)

    Day 2: Perth – Pinnacles – Geraldton

    B – Head north to Yanchep National Park with kangaroos and koalas. Afterwards, we drive through Australia’s wheat belt to the Nambung National Park. The up to 4.5 m high limestone pillars of the “Pinnacles” are fascinating. Finally, in the evening, we reach Geraldton.

    Day 3: Geraldton – Kalbarri National Park – Kalbarri

    B – City tour of Geraldton, then continue to Kalbarri National Park, relaxed hikes to the Natural Bridge and Red Bluff on the ocean side. Accommodation Kalbarri

    Day 4: Kalbarri – Monkey Mia

    B – visit the gorges of the Murchison River. Then, on to the Peron Peninsula, Shark Bay (World Heritage): beaches that invite you to dream; in the evening, we are at the Monkey Mia Resort.

    Day 5: Monkey Mia – Carnarvon

    B – The dolphins arrive between 7.30 a.m. and 8 a.m. – usually -. 9:00 a.m. Catamaran trip to the turquoise bay of Shark Bay. Afterwards, visit Eagle Bay, where you can spot whale sharks, dugong, manta rays, and humpback whales with a bit of luck. Other stops are Shell Beach and Hamelin Pool. The day ends in Carnarvon.

    Day 6: Carnarvon – Coral Bay

    B – We continue north to Coral Bay at Ningaloo Reef Marine Park. We arrive so early that we can explore the wonderful underwater world with the glass-bottom boat. If you want, you can snorkel and explore the corals on your own. The hotel is right on the beach.

    Day 7: Coral Bay

    B – Free day – dive into the world’s largest fringing reef. Optionally you can go snorkelling or diving, watch whales or relax on the beach.

    Day 8: Coral Bay- Pilbara Region – Tom Price

    B, D – Drive through the Gascoyne to the Pilbara Region, from the Gibson Desert to the Hamersley Ranges. The daily goal is Tom Price.

    Day 9: Tom Price – Karijini National Park – Auski Roadhouse

    B, L – On the drive from Tom Price to Munjinea (Auski Roadhouse), we visit the Karijini National Park: We hike the Dales Gorge, Circular Pool, Fern Pool, Fortesque Falls, and the Munjinea East Gorge. We spend the night in a roadhouse;

    Day 10: Auski Roadhouse – Port Hedland – 80 Mile Beach

    B – Today, you can see the typical, mighty road trains, the Chichester Ranges, the endlessly long iron ore trains that enter the port of Port Hedland. The journey goes on through the Great Sandy Desert to 80 Mile Beach – overnight on a deserted beach. There’s a traditional Aussie BBQ tonight.

    Day 11: 80 Mile Beach – Broome

    B – Today, we reach one of the famous locations of Western Australia – Broome. We leave the foothills of the “Great Sandy Desert” behind and drive parallel to 80 Mile Beach (380km). The area is sparsely populated—evening in Broome, the centre of pearl farming (2 nights).

    Day 12: Broome

    F – Free day on the beautiful ocean coast: Aboriginal people, pearl fishing, the admirable-fine sandy Cable Beach. 4-hour city tour (optional)

    Day 13: Broome – Fitzroy Crossing

    B – Now we head east. In Derby, we visit the most giant Kimberley Prison Boab tree. Later, we stop at the imposing Devonian Reef and the abstract Ngumban Ranges. Finally, we finish the day in Fitzroy Crossing and sleep next to the mighty Fitzroy River in the evening.

    Day 14: Fitzroy Crossing – Kimberleys – Kununurra

    B – Early in the morning, we take a boat trip through the Geikie Gorge. Afterwards, we drive to the notorious town of Halls Creek. Then, we continue along the eastern edge of the lonely and wildly romantic Kimberley region to Kununurra and stay two nights.

    Day 15: Kununurra – Bungle Bungle

    B – Early morning scenic flight over Lake Argyle, the Argyle diamond mine and the very impressive Bungle Bungles. Later in the day, it’s historic Ivanhoe Crossing.

    Day 16: Kununurra – Katherine

    B – On the Victoria Highway – across the border to the Northern Territory – it goes to Katherine. We pass semi-arid areas of steppes that alternate with long mountain ranges. That is later densely forested.

    Day 17: Katherine Gorge – Darwin

    B – Visit the Nitmiluk National Park with a boat trip in the gorge. Lunch at Edith Falls. Then on the Stuart Highway to Darwin.

    Day 18: Darwin

    B – After breakfast, short city tour, then private stay or return

    Itineray | Darwin to Perth | 18 Days

    (Subject to change)

     Day 1: Arrival in Darwin

    transfer from the airport, meeting at the hotel, dinner together (not included) by the sea with a view of the Darwin skyline.

    Day 2: Darwin – Katherine Gorge 

    B – Short city tour in Darwin. Then it’s on the Stuart Highway to Katherine. Stay at Edith Falls with bathing facilities.

    Day 3: Katherine – Kununurra

    B – Visit Nitmiluk National Park with a boat trip into two gorges. The Victoria Highway – across the border into Western Australia – leads to Kununurra. Long mountain ranges, initially densely forested, alternate with semi-arid areas of the steppes.

    Day 4: Bungle Bungle – Kununurra

    B – Early morning flight over Lake Argyle, the Argyle diamond mine and the very impressive Bungle Bungles. Later in the day, it’s historic Ivanhoe Crossing. Part of the day is free. Four-hour sightseeing tour (optional)

    Day 5: Kununurra – Kimberley – Fitzroy Crossing

    B – Along the eastern edge of the lonely and wildly romantic Kimberley region, you first go to the notorious town of Halls Creek and from there to Fitzroy Crossing. Finally, we finish the day in Fitzroy Crossing and sleep next to the mighty Fitzroy River in the evening.

    Day 6: Fitzroy Crossing – Broome

    B – Early in the morning, we take a boat through the Geikie Gorge. Then it goes west. We stop at the imposing Devonian Reef and the abstract Ngumban Ranges. In Derby, we see the most massive Kimberley Prison Boab tree Today, and we reach one of the famous locations of Western Australia – Broome, the pearl farming centre and stay two nights.

    Day 7: Broome

    B – free day at leisure on the beautiful ocean coast: Aboriginal people, pearl fishing, the spectacular sandy Cable Beach. 4-hour city tour (optional)

    Day 8: Broome – 80 Mile Beach

    B – We reach the Great Sandy Desert’s foothills and drive parallel to 80 Mile Beach. The area is sparsely populated. We stay overnight next to a lonely beach and have our traditional Aussi BBQ tonight.

    Day 9: 80 Mile Beach – Port Hedland – Auski Roadhouse

    B – Today, we drive through the Great Sandy Desert to Port Hedland. The endlessly long iron ore trains enter Port Hedland harbour. We see the typical, the mighty road trains, and the Chichester Ranges. Overnight in a roadhouse.

    Day 10: Auski Roadhouse – Karijini National Park – Tom Price

    B, L, D – From Munjinea (Auski Roadhouse), we visit the Karijini National Park: We hike the Dales Gorge, Circular Pool, Fern Pool, Fortesque Falls and the Munjinea East Gorge. Overnight, we stay in Tom Price.

    Day 11: Tom Price – Pilbara Region – Coral Bay

    The journey goes from the Hamersley Ranges through the Gibson Desert to the Pilbara Region and the Gascoyne region. The daily goal is Coral Bay.

    Day 12: Coral Bay B

    Free day – dive into the world’s largest fringing reef. Optionally you can go snorkelling or diving, watch whales or relax on the beach.

    Day 13: Coral Bay / Ningaloo Reef Marine Park – Carnarvon

    B – Ride in a glass-bottom boat over the colourful coral reef. If you want, you can snorkel and explore the corals on your own. The hotel is right on the beach; on offer, guided snorkelling or diving tours are options. In the early afternoon, we continue to Carnarvon

    Day 14 .: Carnarvon – Monkey Mia

    B – After a short sightseeing tour, we continue towards Monkey Mia with a visit to Shell Beach and Hamelin Pool. At Eagle Bluff, where, with little luck, you may see dolphins, whale sharks, dugongs, manta rays and humpback whales. The day ends at the Monkey Mia Resort.

    Day 15: Monkey Mia Kalbarri National Park

    B – The dolphins arrive between 7.30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. – usually. 9:00 a.m., a Catamaran trip to the turquoise blue bay of Shark Bay (World Heritage Site) starts. Then we continue to Kalbarri National Park and visit the Murchison River gorges. The daily goal, Kalbarri.

    Day 16: Kalbarri National Park – Geraldton

    B – The day begins with a relaxed hike to Red Bluff on the ocean side. Then there is enough time for Island Rock and the Natural Bridge. In Geraldton, we drive along the sightseeing route to our hotel

    Day 17: Geraldton – Pinnacles – Perth

    B – First, we visit the HMAS Sydney II monument. Later, we go south along the Indian Ocean Drive and Western Australia’s wheat belt to the Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park. The up to 4.5 m high limestone pillars of the “Pinnacles” are fascinating. Continue to Yanchep National Park with kangaroos and koalas. In the evening, we reach Perth.

    Day 18: Perth

    B – After breakfast, city tour, followed by a private stay or transfer to the airport

     

    Service content – Perth – Darwin / Darwin – Perth

    • 18 days tour from Perth to Darwin, 17 nights, 2 x city tours of Perth and Darwin, boat tour in Monkey Mia, glass-bottom boat Ningaloo Reef, flight Bungle Bungle, boat tour Katherine Gorge, national park admission according to program, 1 x dinner in Tom Price, 1 x Packed lunch for Karijini NP
    • The maximum number of participants is 14; the minimum is 5. Otto Tours Australia guarantees the departure of 5 participants in a small group tour and 4 participants in a mini-group tour.
    • Modern minibus with air conditioning, seat belts, German-speaking driver-guide, luggage tag if necessary
    • 17 nights, including 15 in double rooms with a double bed or two separate beds. One accommodation is in a fully furnished cabin on the Eighty Mile Beach with 2 separate bedrooms for up to four guests. Two people move into one bedroom within the travel community but share the bathroom and living room. If somebody would like to have a private cabin, we arrange this at an additional cost. One accommodation is a safari tent with two queen size beds and a private wet room.
    • Daily breakfast (English B). If not available, there is a breakfast basket or roadhouse snack. No other meals (except Tom Price) but always advice and help with organization on request.
    • Study and adventure tour focuses on untouched and remote natural wonders, wild animals, indigenous people, sensational places, mountains, beaches, real outback, typical Australia.
    • Luggage max. 23 kg that each participant can carry and lift themselves without outside help, as well as light hand luggage
    • Weather conditions, road conditions, and unpredictable circumstances can force program changes, disallow specific destinations, and cause daily routines and accommodation changes.

      Payment and cancellation conditions

      • 20% of the travel price is due when booking
      • 80% of the travel price is due 60 days before the start of the trip.

      In the event of a cancellation, the following cancellation conditions apply:

      • 20% of the travel price is due up to 60 days before the start of the trip
      • 40% of the travel price is due up to 40 days before the start of the trip,
      • 60% of the travel price is due up to 30 days before the start of the trip
      • 80% of the travel price is due up to 14 days before the start of the trip,
      • After that, 100% of the travel price is due

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