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18 Days Adelaide to Perth Campervan & tour package from only $1,416pp*!
18 Days Awesome Campers Campervan Hire
Kangaroo Island Self Drive Tour 2 days/1 night
Shark cage dive and Swim with the Sea Lions in Port Lincoln
Margaret River Kayaking and Winery Tour
Fast Track Package
Heaps of Extras!
*Price is Per Person, based on 2 People travelling. Package available May – Sept $1,416 per person / Oct – April $1,596 per person. Not Available from 14th Dec – 15th Jan 2020.
|18-Day All-Inclusive Campervan Hire & Tour Package|
It’s a long drive from Adelaide to Perth, but the journey is worth it. The road trip can be taken all year round, but if you want to really enjoy the drive you might want to consider traveling in spring, summer, or autumn. The journey between these two wonderful cities is an adventure in itself, follow the spectacular southern coastline and see the marvels of Australia.
Adelaide is recognised as one of the best festival cities in the world, with many falling during February and March. It’s the time of Adelaide Festival, WOMADelaide and Adelaide Fringe, which bring world-class entertainment to the city. Adelaide Festival presents a mix of theatre, music, dance and more. WOMADelaide transforms the Botanic Park for a four-day celebration of music, art and dance.
Adelaide Fringe presents a program covering everything from cabaret to comedy. During the festival more than 900 events are staged in pop-up venues as well as established theatres, hotels and galleries. Relax on the beach, when the mercury rises, head to one of Adelaide’s many popular beachs. Drive around 14 kms south of Adelaide to Semaphore, where you can walk along the esplanade, tuck into fish and chips or swim in its sheltered waters, or if your looking to hit the surf, take a 45 min drive south of Adelaide to Fleurieu Peninsula.
Suggestions on where to stay in Adelaide:
349 Military Road,
Semaphore Park, SA 5019
|KANGAROO ISLAND DRIVE TOUR INCLUDED!|
Hit the road and experience Kangaroo Island at your own pace in your own car. Drive to Cape Jervis, which is located 110km south of Adelaide and catch the SeaLink ferry to Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island. Then you can explore this great island and its wine, food, wildlife and spectacular scenery. Your accommodation will be at the very comfortable Vivonne Bay Lodge, centrally located on the island to be able to explore east and west, north and south! Operates daily (excluding Christmas Day). Departs 9.00 am Cape Jervis, Returns 8.30 pm Cape Jervis.
Kangaroo Island Self Drive 2 days/1 night includeds
- Return SeaLink ferry travel for up to 4 adults and a standard size vehicle
- 1 nights accommodation at Vivonne Bay Lodge (private room with shared bathroom facilities)
- Continental breakfast from 6.30am to 9.00am
- Adventure Ticket for use of bikes, kayaks and sandboards for up to 4 people at Vivonne Bay Lodge
Port Augusta is located 310km north of Adelaide. It is known as the Crossroads because the Stuart Highway to the north heads to Alice Springs and Darwin. The Eyre Highway to the west heads to the Nullabor and Eyre Peninsula and the Princes Highway to the south heads to Adelaide.
Discover the beauty of Port Augusta by walking or riding along the coastal path which meanders along the shores of the Spencer Gulf where you will enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the stunning scenery. The walk takes you to one of the regions premier attractions, the Australiana Arid Lands Botanic Garden – and don’t be surprised if you see a dolphin or two on the way.
Suggestion of where to stay in Port Augusta:
Shoreline Caravan Park
Port Augusta West SA 5700
|SHARK & SEAL DIVE TOUR INCLUDED!|
Port Lincoln is home to the largest commercial fishing fleet in the southern hemisphere, and as such is a culinary tourist’s dream. It’s an animal-lover’s dream, and an Instagram lover’s dream. Visit Memory Cove(key required), with its pure white sandy beach, or explore the many trails and beaches while keeping an eye out for wildlife and whales. There are several campgrounds, and plenty to keep you busy!
Winter’s Hill Lookout boasts uninterrupted views of the city, Lincoln Cove, Boston Bay, Lincoln National Park, Boston Island, Whaler’s Way and Thistle Island – that’s a pretty good view of the area! It’s just 5km west of the city on the Flinders Highway. Mikkira Station was settled in 1842 and is a great example of early European settlement in the area. The original homestead has been restored, and it’s a lovely place for a picnic, BBQ or a bushwalk. Oh, and they have koalas. Like, right in front of you, easy to spot wild koalas.
Suggestion of where to stay in Port Lincoln:
Port Lincoln Tourist Park
11 Hindmarsh St
Port Lincoln SA 5606
Shark cage dive and Swim with the Sea Lions package – Port Lincoln 2 Day tour – Included
Located in Port Lincoln, South Australia, it is the only place you can cage dive with Great White Sharks in Australia. This combo tour package is conducted over 2 days. Swim with the curious Australian sea lions and cage dive with Great White Sharks.
Day 1 Shark Cage Dive:
Take a day on the water to visit Shark Bay at the Neptune Islands, When the Sharks arrive you can choose to take a splash and get into the cage to actually swim with these endangered species or stay dry in the world’s first Aqua Sub for an additional underwater access fee of $125.
Day 2 Seal Dive:
On the second day of your adventure, swim with the cute and curious Australia sea lions. Interaction with sea lions is guaranteed!! These fascinating puppy dogs of the sea will welcome you to the crystal clear waters of Seal Cove. Watch them as they bound out to the boat with excitement to begin their awaited performance. This ultimate package is inclusive of mask, snorkel, wetsuit and fins.
Jump on board for an exciting day of adventure, education and a whole lot of fun! This once-in-a-lifetime experience of viewing Great White Sharks in their natural habitat will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime! Morning & afternoon tea and full lunch included. All dive equipment included, no experience necessary.
Spend the day exploring the magnificent coastline, well known for producing fantastic oysters, surrounding the large town of Ceduna. Discover Mt Laura Conservation Park, Davenport Creek, Ceduna Arts & Cultural Centre and be sure to dine on the delicious pacific oysters from Denial Bay.
The region offers you a huge choice of coastline for your favourite outdoor activities, or try something new: scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing, surfing or skiing; fish for the delicious King George whiting, explore our outback, or come on a Nullarbor adventure.the diverse scenic beauty varies from outback wilderness, to untouched coastline, to the castaway islands of St Peter and St Francis, making it a tourist destination with its own natural charm, having everything you need for a leisurely holiday, without the hustle and bustle.
Just a short distance from our fabulous beaches are dry salt lakes, natural mallee scrubs, wonderful wildflowers and granite outcrops.
Suggestion of where to stay in Ceduna:
Big 4 Ceduna tourist Park
29 McKenzie st,
Ceduna SA 5690
Widen your horizons driving the Eyre Highway across the vast Nullarbor Plain, four times the size of Belgium. Travel from Ceduna to the small town of Eucla across one of the straightest stretches of bitumen in Australia, the incredible Nullarbor Plain. At Fowlers Bay, 29 kilometres off the highway from Nundroo, you’ll see spectacular coastal scenery and shifting sand dunes that are perfect for hiking or sand-boarding. Don’t miss the Whale Watching Boat Tours from June to September.
Make a stop at Head of Bight for spectacular views of the Nullarbor cliffs. Just 12 kilometres by sealed road from the Eyre Highway, a short walk to a boardwalk and viewing platforms is rewarded with uninterrupted views of the dramatic Bunda Cliffs – where the land plunges into the ocean. Between May and October, you may see whales frolicking with their calves in the water below. Take the time to explore Murrawijinie Cave, only 10 kilometres north of Nullarbor.
Suggestion of where to stay in Eucla:
Eucla National Park
Eucla WA 6450
Steeped in history, surrounded by magnificent granite formations and nestled amongst unique and beautiful eucalypt woodlands. Norseman is nestled in the Heart of the Great Western Woodlands, one of the world’s largest intact temperate landscapes still remaining. The woodlands are a biologically distinct region covering 16 million hectares which is twice the size of Tasmania and approximately the same size as England.
The woodlands provide challenging walks for the energetic traveller. Alternatively there are wonderful picnic/camping spots at the granite outcrops with stunning views rewarding those who make the effort to climb a little or a lot.
The Lake Cowan which extends some 6.5km south of Norseman and 120km north. On occasion the lakes hold water, usually following heavy rain, but mostly are dry. They provide stunning images when combined with the beautiful sunsets that Norseman often enjoys.
Dundas Rocks are Ideal for picnics, camping, climbing, photography, bush walking and exploring, only 22km south of town.
Mt Jimerlana Large granite outcrop offering spectacular views from the top with a picnic area at the base, located just 5km east of town.
Suggestion of where to stay in Norseman:
Mcdermid Rock Camp Ground
Noresman WA 6443
The town of Esperance faces a scattering of gently sloping islands known as the Recherche Archipelago, and it’s this view that makes the town so beguiling. Drive the 38-kilometre Great Ocean Drive as it loops past a dozen blindingly white, fine sand beaches, motionless bays and fragrant native scrub. Keep an eye out for dolphins frolicking in the glassy ocean and stop at local favourite, Twilight Beach. For something a bit different, head to the full size Stonehenge replica
There’s a reason kangaroos lounge on the far end of Lucky Bay. Not only does it have some of Australia’s whitest sand, but its translucent blue waters are more dazzling than a picture perfect postcard. It’s also devoid of any signs of civilisation, other than a campground among the coastal escape. There are free barbecues, solar-heated showers and toilets here. Drive 60 kilometres east of Esperance to find the beach inside Cape Le Grand National Park.
None of Esperance’s 100 islands are inhabited, but you can day trip or stay on Woody Island Nature Reserve, where bushwalking, swimming, snorkelling and fishing are all that matters. Safari huts overlooking the ocean are open during school holiday periods and general camping is open between September and April. Keep an eye out for bandicoots and wallabies – you are likely see many of these.
The fuchsia pink water of Lake Hillier needs to be seen to be believed. The lake sits behind a scrubby rise on Middle Island in the Recherche Archipelago, and can be seen on a scenic flight or boat cruise (departures on demand) that stops on the island. As you wander up the walkway towards it, ask about the island’s dark past – it was once home to Australia’s only known pirate Black Jack Anderson, who arrived from Massachusetts in 1826. His campground is still there.
Suggestion of where to stay in Esperance:
Lucky Bay Campground
Lucky Bay Rd,
Cape Le Grand WA 6450
Albany is steeped in stories of its Aboriginal custodians, convicts, sailors and whalers. The breathtaking beauty of Albany’s rugged coastline creates a fitting backdrop to dramatic whaling, convict and settler history and a sensational south coast adventure. This charming city marks the spot where the first European settlers set foot in Western Australia, and much of their legacy remains today with colonial buildings standing proudly as museums, galleries and restaurants.
Albany is known for its brilliant white beaches. Laze your day away and stake out a patch of sand at one of Albany’s pristine beaches. Emu Point Beach is perfect for kayaking. Little Beach at Two People’s Bay Nature Reserve is regularly voted one of Western Australia’s best beaches.
The Bibbulmun Track stretches almost 1000 kilometres between Albany and Kalamunda near Perth, and is one of the world’s great long distance walking trails. It passes through towering forests, tranquil farmland and wild beaches, and is signposted with yellow markers symbolising Waugal, a snake-like Aboriginal Dreamtime creature.
Albany is just a short drive to Torndirrup National Park, a wild and rugged coastal park known for its spectacular wave-carved rock formations including Natural Bridge, the Gap, and the Blowholes. Lookouts and walkways connect these natural attractions formed over millennia by the surging power of the Southern Ocean.
Suggestion of where to stay in Albany:
Big 4 Emu Beach Holiday Park
8 Medcalf Pde
Albany WA 6330
|KAYAKING AND WINERY TOUR INCLUDED|
Margaret River / Bunbury
The coastal route from Albany to Bunbury is nothing short of spectacular. You’ll travel through Denmark and Pemberton, before arriving into the Margaret River wine region. Find out why the Margaret River region is known globally for its wine, beaches and sense of adventure, all tucked away in Australia’s south-west corner.
With hundreds of miles of coast fringed by rugged bushland, the Margaret River region offers plenty of adventure off the beaten track. As well as wines, the region is known for its surf beaches on the Indian Ocean, mountain biking along old forest logging tracks, and kayaking up the river itself.
Suggestion of where to stay in Margaret River:
RAC Margaret River Nature Park
Bramley National Park,
Carters Road, Margaret River WA 6285
MARGARET RIVER KAYAKING AND WINERY TOUR Included –
A Margaret River Wine and Scenic tour that sets itself apart from the rest. Experience the best of the regions rivers, forests, wineries and gourmet produce. Have the option of being guided by Mojo the border collie wonder-dog.
- Kayak an idyllic section of the tranquil Blackwood River.
- Enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch on the banks of a stunning creek system
- Witness local wildlife in their natural habitat.
- Explore unique local scenery attractions that you wouldn’t find on your own
- Discover the best boutique wineries in Margaret River and sample their amazing wines
- Enjoy tastings of local chocolate and olive oil
- Each tour is customised to your personal needs and fitness levels
- All equipment supplied- quality comfortable double kayaks and Australian safety standards approved lifejackets
- You are guided by Paul Berry who is a highly professional, qualified and passionate local
Head north through Busselton and Bunbury, then onto Perth, the capital of Western Australia. With its year round blue skies and turquoise ocean beaches, it’s easy to be seduced by Perth’s natural charms. No visit to Perth is complete without a trip to idyllic Rottnest Island. Conveniently located only a short 30- minute ferry ride from the city, and home to the curious and friendly Quokka.
Kings Park is one of the biggest city parks in the world – bigger than Central Park in New York City – yets its right in the heart of Perth. The astonishingly tall, white-trunked trees line the entrance road to this inspiring patch of green, which has to a treetop bridge, bushland trails, manicured gardens and cafes.
Visit Cottesloe Beach with its Cafes and Norfolk Pines, Mettams Pool for it snorkelling reef, Leighton Beach for its Blindingly white sand and rip-free waters, and North Beach for its charming rock pools. Each March Sculpture by the Sea transforms Cottesloe’s foreshore into a incredible outdoor gallery.
A 30-minute drive south of Perth’s centre is the port town of Fremantle, which blends interesting colonial remnants with the famous Little Creatures Brewery. Visit Fremantle Prison and take one of its eerie tours, and explore seafaring history at the terrific Maritime Museum and Shipwreck Galleries. Grab a casual lunch at colourful Yocal, have dinner at Bread in Common and stay at boutique Hougoumont Hotel.
Suggestion of where to stay in Perth:
Discovery Parks Coogee Beach
3 Powell Road,
Coogee WA 6166