Meet the unique animals of Australia on a Nullarbor adventure
Travelling across the vast Nullarbor Plain is not only one of the world's great road trips, but a unique opportunity to encounter native Australian wildlife up close. Spot kangaroos, wombats, emus and rare birds in remote national parks, enjoy stunning bush scenery and kick back in character-filled Aussie outback pubs. Up through southern Western Australia to Margaret River wine country and finishing in Perth, this adventure tour is ideal for those wishing to experience a nature-filled journey through Australia's wild landscapes.
Spot for Yellow Footed Rock Wallabies in the Flinders Ranges
Swim with sea lions and dolphins off the Eyre Peninsula
Travel across the sunbaked Nullarbor Plain
Explore Margaret River and taste fine local wines
Camp in the tranquil and remote Cape Le Grand National Park
Journey across the iconic Great Australian Bight
Learn to surf off the coast of South Australia
Visit Adelaide, the city of churches
This trip covers some serious km from the east to far west of Australia - appreciate the vastness of this country and the landscape
There is little phone or internet signal in this part of the country - and that's one of the reasons we love it! Disconnect from the real world and put that phone on flight mode
This trip is predominately swag camping and on some nights facilities are very basic
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There are currently no scheduled departures on our Adelaide to Perth Overland trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
1. The tour commences on Day 1 at 6.30am and finishes on arrival in Perth on day 10 at around 18:00.
2. Please bring your own sleeping bag, they are not available for purchase.
3. We highly recommend you arrange optional extra activities in advance to avoid disappointment.
4. This trip is Basix camping with swags and pop-up dome tents
Our Adelaide to Perth Overland trips score an average of 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 reviews in the last year.
Simply brilliant. Fantastic group, knowledgable leader, thousands of kilometres covered, postacard perfect views, sleeping under the stars. Just when you think that it cannot get any better, it does.
Review submitted 17 Dec 2017
A great trip, no major landmarks to visit, but the experience of seeing an Australia that many Australians don't travel to, was fantastic. Just lying in a sleeping bag looking at all the stars was amazing.
Review submitted 05 Apr 2017