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22 Day Darwin to Perth Overview
- 2014-04-01 - 2015-03-31
Unearth the rugged beauty of Western Australia
Journey through the jaw-dropping landscape of North and Western Australia into the heart of the Outback, on this incredible Darwin to Perth tour. Discover the rugged beauty of the Bungle Bungles, hang with dolphins at Monkey Mia, explore the Kimberlys and tackle some of the toughest 4X4 terrain in Australia, on this epic Outback adventure (the tour code for this trip was previously PIOGC ).
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A cosmopolitan city in Australia's tropical Top End, Darwin has a relaxed atmosphere and a fascinating multicultural population.
Purnululu National Park is home to the magnificent Bungle Bungles - unique orange and black-striped 'beehive' formations created by rivers over 20 million years.
Spanning more than one million acres including the fiery-red cliffs of the Cockburn Ranges, El Questro Wilderness Park is one of the world's last unspoilt frontiers.
A former cattle route that stretches across the Kimberley, Gibb River Road passes many natural attractions, including the beautiful waterfalls and deep clear pools of Manning Gorge.
A true geological wonder, Windjana Gorge offers stunning natural beauty, freshwater crocodiles and local birdlife beneath towering walls rising 90m.
Set out early across the Great Sandy Desert, stopping off at sensational Eighty Mile Beach en route for some beachcombing along its famous powdery white sands. Settle in for a night camped under the stars at our overnight station stay in the Pilbra region.
Venture into glorious Karijini country. Spend long, unforgettable days navigating the National Park's incredible ochre rock gorges and languishing by its sublime swimming holes.
Travel through the sun-kissed scenery of the Australian outback on the way to Exmouth.
Visit Cape Range National Park and the picturesque Turquoise Bay before heading for a swim, snorkel or scuba dive in Coral Bay, an ocean sanctuary for whale sharks, dugongs, manta rays and sea turtles. Then strap on a snorkel and float over 200 species of coral at Ningaloo Marine Park, Western Australia's largest coral reef.
Enjoy a close encounter with dolphins at Monkey Mia. Every day a number of dolphins swim into the clear shallows of the bay to interact with humans. At night, embark on a cultural tour of Gathaagudu (Shark Bay) with our Indigenous hosts.
Tour around the famous Pinnacles in Nambung National Park and roam around the peculiar moon-like desert, complete with ancient towering rock domes. Arrive into Perth where there are options for every taste! Perhaps catch a game of Australian Rules Football, hit the shops or take a tour across to Rottnest Island.
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