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