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  • 2013-04-01 - 2014-03-31

Meet the unique animals of Australia on a Nullarbor adventure

This is not only one of the world's great road trips across the vast plains of the mighty Nullarbor, but also an opportunity to encounter the best of Australian wildlife up close. This journey provides opportunities to spot a kangaroo, wombat, emu and dingo in the wild. Learning to surf, swimming with dolphins, taking in stunning Australian coastal scenery and kicking back in character-filled Aussie pubs, make this trip the ultimate for those looking for a wild and nature-filled journey through Australia's outback and remote regions.

  • Explore Wave Rock and the Darling Ranges
  • Travel across the vast plains of the Nullarbor
  • Learn to ride the waves at one of Australia's best surfing spots
  • Go swimming with dolphins on the Eyre Peninsula
  • Spot unique Australian wildlife
  • Discover the mighty Flinders Ranges in South Australia
  • Visit the delightful city of Adelaide

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Day 1 Perth/Wave Rock/Fitzgerald River National Park

Western Australia's booming capital, Perth is a charming mix of parks, beaches, art galleries and restaurants offering delicious local produce and WA wines. An internationally recognised world biosphere reserve, Fitzgerald River National Park has plenty of beautiful beaches, rugged coastline and scenic walks.

Days 2-3 Esperance/Cape Le Grand National Park

Cape Le Grand National Park is a nature lover's paradise - stunning blue seas meet powder-white beaches and secluded bays, while coastal walks offer magnificent views of the area.

Days 4-5 The Great Australian Bight/Nullarbor Plain

The remote cliffs where the vast karst limestone expanse of the Nullarbor Plain drops into the ocean along the Great Australian Bight are a majestic sight to behold.

Day 6 Eyre Peninsula

Still a largely undiscovered paradise, the Eyre Peninsula is teeming with some of Australia's most amazing flora and fauna, including many rare and endangered species.

Days 7-8 Port Lincoln

The secluded campground at Mikkira Station, near Port Lincoln, offers a great opportunity to see koalas in their native environment or get up close to great white sharks.

Day 9 Flinders Ranges/Adelaide

One of the oldest mountain ranges on Earth, the Flinders Ranges are a land of breathtaking scenery, diverse wildlife and a rich indigenous culture. Known as the 'City of Churches', Adelaide is a picturesque city of gardens and historic buildings, surrounded by some of the world's finest vineyards.