Package Price - starting from AUD $5260 *(refer below)

Campervan Inclusions:

  • 21 Day 4WD Campervan Hire (click on vehicle images below for more information incl specs)
  • Prices quoted are all inclusive drive away no more to pay! including Unlimited Kilometers, GST, Kitchen Kit, Linen, table and chairs, extra drivers fees, Broome Remote Fee, one way fee, stamp duty & admin fee, prepaid gas bottle, Insurance & 4WD Easycover included, $0 Excess, 4WD outback Safety Kit. Drive away with total piece of mind!!

Vehicle Options: refer below

Package Also Includes: National Park Entry, Campsite Accommodation & More ....

National Park Entry

The National Park Pass included in this package entitles you to unlimited entry to all the National Parks in the Kimberley for all people in the vehicle

Karijini Eco Resort & Camping

Package includes 2 nights unpowered campsite at Karijini Eco Retreat.

Exclusive Travel Guide

Comprehensive travel pack with detailed maps, information & recommendations so that you can plan your holiday and tweak each day based on your interests.

Itinerary & Travel Support

Customers who provide us with a specific itinerary will receive a personalised version of the travel guide.
24/7 support & assistance while traveling personal mobile contact number provided.

Suggested Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Perth

Arrive in Perth pick up your vehicle and supplies and spend the rest of the day exploring some of Perth's highlights. Depending on your interests spend time on the beach at Scarborough, stroll through Kings Park or indulge in a meal and coffee at Freemantle. If you have more time visit any of Perth’s other great attractions including the Perth Mint or Museum of Western Australia. A relaxing start to a wonderful WA holiday.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 2: Perth to Nambung National Park (Pinnacles) - 257km

Today has you beginning your west coast adventure. The initial 257km trip north takes you to the region known as the Turquoise Coast through market gardens, fabulous farming scenery and extensive ocean views. Spend some time walking around the fascinating Pinnacles Desert where statuesque limestone pillars rise out of the sand like ancient ruins. Later in the afternoon explore the attractions along the coast north of the pinnacles including Dynamite Bay which forms almost a perfect circle. Jurien Bay is the largest coastal town and offers wonderful beaches protected by the islands and reefs which lie just a few kilometres from the shoreline.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 3: Nambung NP (Pinnacles) to Kalbarri - 438km

Today has you leaving the Turquoise Coast and heading north to Kalbarri. Along the way a quick stop at Geraldton for lunch and a visit of the HMAS Sydney Memorial. Continuing north you will come across the Lynton Station Ruins and the amazing Pink Lake both are short detours and well worth visiting. This afternoon relax and explore the striking coast south of Kalbarri. The lookouts, beaches, headlands and walking tracks along this compact stretch of coast are remarkable. Choose from 10 available options depending on your interests (each have something unique to offer). A relaxing evening at Kalbarri township looking out over the Mighty Murchison River.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 4: Around Kalbarri - 50km

A full day to relax and/or explore the stunning attractions around Kalbarri. Spend the morning visiting Kalbarri National Park taking in the views and walks at Natures Window, Z Bend and The Loop. After an adventurous day in the National Park spend the afternoon relaxing at one of Kalbarri's beaches, take a cruise along the Murchison River or while away a couple of hours at Rainbow Jungle Australia largest privately owned bird park.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 5: Kalbarri to Shark Bay (Monkey Mia) - 374km

Departing Kalbarri, today has you driving to Shark Bay & Monkey Mia. The bottlenose Dolphins are best seen in the mornings so today is all about exploring the attractions along the way. Spend the morning revisiting Kalbarri National Park and any of the walks or lookouts you didn't get to explore yesterday and are still interested in. From Kalbarri National Park drive the 350km to Denham exploring the majestic Shark Bay World Heritage Area. Visit Hamelin Pool and the Stromatolites (oldest known form of life on earth) and Shell Beach with its billions of tiny cockle shells (amazing). Views from Eagle Bluff and a tour of the fantastic Ocean park Aquarium cap off a great day.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 6: Around Shark Bay

A full day exploring the World Heritage Listed Shark Bay. Depending on your interests spend the day driving out to the Western most tip of the Australian Mainland at Steep Point. Alternatively a more relaxing day exploring Francois Peron National Park with its pristine beaches lagoons and abundance of marine life.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 7: Shark Bay to Carnarvon - 325km

Spend the morning at Monkey Mia, globally recognised as one of the best and most reliable places for dolphin interaction in the world. Feeding the dolphins at Monkey Mia is one of the great WA experiences, however please note not everyone gets to feed a dolphin and very strict controls apply. After your interaction with wild dolphins spend the morning driving to Carnarvon. On arrival choose to spend the afternoon around Carnarvon visiting attractions such as the Carnarvon Space Tracking Station or bypass Carnarvon all together and drive out to spend the afternoon exploring Point Quobba “The Aquarium” and visit the spectacular Blowholes.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 8: Around Carnarvon

Spend the day exploring north of Carnarvon from Red Bluff all the way up to Gnarloo Station. This section of coastline with its magic snorkeling sites is little known in the mainstream and allows you to explore the south end of Ningaloo Reef without any of the crowds and associated tourism infrastructure. It also lays claim to some of the best surfing breaks in the world. Alternatively spend the day driving out to Kennedy Range National Park and immerse yourself in some of the spectacular walks that this National Park is finally starting to get recognised for.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 9: Carnarvon to Coral Bay - 238km

Today has you departing Carnarvon and heading for Coral Bay where you will spend the day exploring the pristine beaches and abundant coral at Coral Bay. In contrast to other locations the coral starts right at the water's edge and offers very easy access to swimmers and snorkelers of all ages. Self guide the reef or take a guided tour on a glass bottom boat . One of the great experiences on the WA coast is spending the time exploring around Coral Bay.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 10: Around Coral Bay

A full day to relax and explore the reefs off Coral Bay. Relax and self discover around Bills Bay and Purdy Point. Paddle Boards, Kayak and Sea Scooter hire is available, Alternatively take a guided tour to add to the experience and to spend maximum time at the best locations. Self guide the reef or take a day trip to swim with Manta Rays (year round) or Whales Sharks (seasonal – please note shorter season than Exmouth).

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 11: Coral Bay to Exmouth - 150km

A full day to relax and explore the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area between Coral Bay and Exmouth. Spend the morning walking out to the shark nursery north of Coral Bay or take a morning quad bike tour to Oyster Bridge or Five Fingers for sensational remote Ningaloo Reef snorkeling away from the crowds. After a memorable morning around Coral Bay take the relatively short drive up to Exmouth stopping at the stunning road side lookouts of Cape Range National Park. Decide if you want to stay in Exmouth or continue the journey around the North West Cape to one of the campgrounds located on the western beaches. Where you stay tonight will depend on how you plan to spend your day tomorrow.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 12: Around Ningaloo Reef

A relaxing day catching up with more swimming and snorkeling in this pristine world class environment. Explore the pristine beaches and snorkel sites of this world famous marine park. Alternatively spend the day swimming with Whales Sharks (seasonal), follow the humpback whale migration (seasonal) or take a day trip to the outer reef and swim with the Manta Rays (year round) - these day tour options will require you to have stayed in Exmouth the night before.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 13: Around Ningaloo Reef

A relaxing day catching up with more swimming and snorkeling in this pristine world class environment. Drift Snorkel at Turquoise Bay and Oyster Stacks, swim at stunning Sandy Bay before spending the afternoon on a Yardie Creek Boat Cruise or do the walk in Mandu Mandu Gorge. A great day having experienced all the highlights around the North West Cape Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 14: Exmouth to Tom Price - 569km

An early morning start as you begin the long drive to Karijini National Park. Today is a long days drive with minimal attractions along the way. You don't have to try to push yourself to make the 700km all the way into Karijini today but rather break up the trip by staying in Tom Price. Tom Price gives you the option to do the guided tour of Rio Tinto’s massive open cut iron ore mine and to drive up to Mount Nameless and enjoy the breathtaking views of the mine and surrounding Pilbara landscape.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 15: Tom Price to Karijini - 81km

A short drive from Tom Price and a full day exploring Karijini National Park and some of the most spectacular sights in Western Australia. An adventurous day trekking through the spectacular gorges in the western section of the National Park including Weano Gorge and Hancock Gorge and spend time swimming at Handrail Pool or Joffre Falls. Please note the walks today have difficult sections and are recommended for fit people with good mobility.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 16: Around Karijini

Another full day to explore the stunning gorges and swimming holes of eastern Karijini National Park. Spend the day relaxing and soaking in the surrounding landscape while you explore and swim in Circular Pool, Fortescue Falls & Fern Pool and take the late afternoon walk through Kalamina Gorge. A memorable day filled with relaxation and adventure.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 17: Karijini to Karratha - 356km

Today has you leaving Karijini National Park. You have the option to drive to Karratha, Port Hedland or Marble Bar today depending on your interests. We will provide you with all the information you need to help you make the decision. Assuming you choose the Karratha option along the drive from Karijini stop at Hammersley Gorge (Arguably the best gorge in the Karijini National Park). You will then drive through Millstream Colchester National Park with options to stop and swim at Python Pool or Deep Reach Pool before continuing the drive and arriving into Karratha.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 18: Around Karratha (Point Sampson)

Spend the day exploring the historic towns of Roebourne & Cossack. The quality of restorations and the history of Cossack make it a must visit destination even if your not a history buff. Alternatively spend the day swimming at beautiful Hearson’s Cove Beach or Whitnell Bay, explore the Aboriginal petroglyphs at Murujuga National Park and visit the world class North West Shelf Visitors Centre to learn about another of Australia's massive infrastructure projects near Karratha.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 19: Karratha to Eighty Mile Beach - 477km

Spend the morning exploring the Aboriginal petroglyphs at Murujuga National Park or visit the North West Shelf Visitors Centre to learn about one of Australia's massive infrastructure projects Offshore Gas.Today has you traveling to Eighty Mile Beach with a quick detour into Port Hedland which is the largest bulk port in the world. The loading of massive ships from huge stockpiles delivered by ridiculously long trains is an amazing site. Arrive at one of the commercial campgrounds situated along Eighty Mile Beach.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 20: Eighty Mile Beach to Broome - 376km

Today has you driving from Geraldton to Nambung (The Pinnacles). Spend the morning visiting the HMAS Sydney Memorial or one of the other highlights in Geraldton before driving to Nambung National Park and completing the Pinnacles Desert Loop Drive. Before or after the drive make sure you detour to the magnificent views & white sandy beach of Hangover Bay.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 21: Depart Broome

A free morning to relax and explore more of the region around Nambung National Park before driving to Perth. Spend as little or as long as you like at around Jurien Bay and Cervantes depending on what time you want to arrive in Perth and which attractions you want to visit around Perth. Please note your vehicle needs to be returned before 4pm.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Price Includes - Comprehensive Travel Pack - **Received before you travel**

  • Comprehensive travel pack with detailed information and recommendations so that you can make the most of your holiday and tweak each day based on your interests. Please Note: Guide is personalised if customer provides a specific itinerary.

  • Travel pack will be mailed to you (within Australia) well before travel so you have time to read it, ask us any questions and make plans. (Please note if you require pack to be mailed internationally you may incur additional cost to price quoted).

  • Pack includes campground and campsite recommendations with photos. Also detailed maps, walking notes & recommendations on where to get fuel and food.

  • Extensively road tested. referred to as 'the bible' by our customers.

2019/2020 Package Pricing From:

All Inclusive Price
OUTBACK 4WD
5 Berth (ground tent)
$5260
SAFARI LANDCRUISER 4WD
5 Berth (roof mounted tent)
$5470
All Inclusive Price
ADVENTURE CAMPER 4WD
2 Berth (Internal Bed)
$6725
OVERLANDER CAMPER 4WD
5 Berth (roof mounted tent)
$tba
TRAILFINDER CAMPER 4WD
3 Berth (Internal Bed)
$6935
All Inclusive Price
4WD & SAFARI CAMPER
4-6 Berth (sleep in camper)
$7455
4WD ROOF TOP
Roof Top & Ground Tent
$6840
All Inclusive Price
Ultima 2WD
Sleeps 2 Toilet Shower
$3875
Cascade 2WD
Sleeps 4 Toilet Shower
$4130
River 2WD
Sleeps 6 Toilet Shower
$4505

* Please note prices are subject to change and will depend on time of travel. To get rates for your dates of travel click on Quote / Book Online. Rates displayed above are based on travel in May 2019

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