& so, so much more!
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Perth, Busselton, Cape Naturaliste, Yallingup, Margaret River & Hamelin Bay
Whether it be the first or last day of your trip, the iconic wooden jetty in Busselton is perfect for an evening stroll with beer in hand, or even a plunge for the more adventurous.
In the surround areas of Cape Naturaliste and Yallingup we can take a hike around the Cape with the chance of spotting Sea Lions and migrating Humpback Whales before relaxing on the stunning local beaches.
Margaret River is famed for its abundance of wineries, cheese and chocolate factories, as well as being a surfer’s paradise! It’d be rude not to sample the goods, both in and out of the water whilst we’re in the area! At the Southern end of the Margs region we’ll be sure to stop in at Hamelin Bay for a chance to get up close to the resident Stingrays that frequent the shore.
Pemberton, Greens Pool, Albany, Torndirrup National Park, Castle Rock
In the Great Southern Forests there’s the opportunity to get out of your comfort zone and climb above the canopy on an old fire look out tree. 65m up with no ropes and just some wire mesh to keep you in, it’ll get your heart pumping!
Denmark and Albany are surrounded by a dramatic coastline and very photogenic bays. We can swim in the gorgeous Greens Pool, hang out at Elephant Rocks, and hover over the powerful ocean at Torndirrup National Park.
Away from the coast we’ll park up for the night overlooking the Stirling Range National Park. Close enough for an early morning hike to the summit of one of Western Australia’s highest peaks to watch the sunrise above the clouds.
Leaving the coast behind, we’ll head to the Stirling Range National Park for an early morning hike to the summit of one of Western Australia’s highest peaks. Sitting above the clouds and watching the sunrise make it well worth the early start.
Esperance, Cape Le Grand National Park,
Esperance is renowned for its turquoise water and white sandy beaches. It’s too good to pass through quickly, so we usually spend a few days here exploring the lagoons, surf spots, and of course the famous Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grade National Park.
The Nullarbor, The Great Australian Bight, Cactus, Streaky Bay, Baird Bay
The Nullarbor is a VAST expanse of treeless plains between Western and South Australia. Sit back and recuperate on this mammoth drive. The camp spot and viewpoints of the Great Australian Bight make it all worthwhile.
Sharky South Australia has some of Australia’s best-kept secrets that we’ll make sure you don’t miss. If you’re a surfer and not easily spooked then the Eyre Peninsula will definitely impress you.
Close to the town of Streaky Bay you’ll get the opportunity to swim with wild dolphins and sea lions. An optional extra with ‘Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience’ ($180).
Port Lincoln, Port Augusta, Flinders Ranges & Adelaide
Port Lincoln is right at the tip of the peninsula and the only place in Australia where you can cage dive with Great White Sharks. We’ll spend a couple of nights parked up overlooking the ocean at Fishery Bay where you can swim, surf, SUP and even spot wild Koala’s! To top it all off we’ll take the 4WD on an epic mission over the sand dunes in the nearby National Parks and if we’re lucky you might spot sharks in the shallows from the safety of the cliff tops!
The Flinders Ranges are the largest mountain range in South Australia. We’ll camp on top of the Southern Flinders and aim to be there for an incredible sunset over the Spencer Gulf. From here we have plenty of hiking options from a short walk in Alligator Gorge to a full day mission to the summit of one of the nearby peaks.
Whether you’re on your way to Adelaide or Perth, we’ll stop off for a swim and rope swing into a cool Aussie creek! There’s no better way to start or finish our adventure packed road trip!