12 Days Perth to Perth Campervan & tour package.

12 Days Awesome Campers Campervan Hire
Experience Rottnest Island with Bike & Snorkel from Perth
1-Night Accommodation Escape Backpackers YHA Ningaloo
Whale Shark and Humpback Interaction Sea Life Tour Ningaloo Reef
Fast Track Package
Heaps of Extras!

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Available From: Perth to Perth | Perth to Perth.
*Pricing is Per Person, based on 2 People travelling. Packages available Feb – Nov. Not Available from 14th Dec – 15th Jan.

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    12 Days Awesome Campers Campervan Rental
    Deluxe, Elite or Elgrand Campervan for 12 days!

    Experience Rottnest Island with Bike & Snorkel from Perth
    Travel to the island, just off the coast, by high-speed ferry, and then explore at your leisure with included bike rental.

    Lagoon Explorer – Full Day Sea Kayak & Snorkel Tour – Cape Range National Park
    Kayak and Snorkel amongst the amazing coral and colourful fish of Ningaloo Reef!

    Whale Shark and Humpback Interaction Sea Life Tour Ningaloo
    Travel on the luxurious 20m vessel “Magellan”, included all snorkel equipment, Breakfast & Lunch, as well as a never-ending supply of cold and hot drinks and snacks.

    Escape Backpackers YHA Ningaloo– included – 1-night accommodation

    Fast Track Package
    Liability C insurance (only $500 bond) + 4 Gas Cannisters, Lantern, Additional Driver.

    + Heaps of Extras!
    GPS and 1GB Sim Card, Linen, Pillows, Blanket, Toaster & Kettle, Outside table and Chairs, Fridge, dual battery, 240 watts power outlet, kitchen sink, single portable gas cooker.

    12-Day All-Inclusive Campervan Hire & Tour Package

    Embrace the best of both worlds in Perth, where soft-sand beaches and scenic parks meet a thriving metropolis of small bars, creative restaurants and curated street art. Things to do in Perth range from sightseeing, encountering wildlife, learning about Aboriginal culture, to having aquatic fun and desert adventures. Perth attractions and activities are sure to provide something for everyone during their stay in this sunniest capital of Western Australia.

    Day 1 & 2 Perth to Kalbarri

    With its year-round blue skies and turquoise ocean beaches, it’s easy to be seduced by Perth’s natural charms. When you are in Perth, it is definitely worth taking a ferry and paying a visit to Rottnest Island. Here you can find picturesque white sand beaches with clear bays for snorkelling, swimming, sunbathing, or having a picnic with a stunning view.

    Kings Park is one of the biggest city parks in the world – bigger than Central Park in New York City – yet 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 an 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 Local, have dinner at Bread in Common and stay at boutique Hougoumont Hotel.

    Suggestions on where to stay in Perth:
    Discovery Parks Coogee Beach
    3 Powell Road
    Coogee WA 6166


    Rottnest Island

    Take a day trip to Rottnest Island, a popular Perth getaway due to its white-sand beaches, secluded bays, scenic bike paths and vehicle-free atmosphere. Travel to the island, just off the coast, by high-speed ferry, and then explore at your leisure with included bike rental. Please arrive at the ferry terminal at least 20 minutes prior to departure time to ensure for a comfortable boarding.


    Day 2 & 3 Kalbarri to Shark Bay/Monkey Mia

    Nestled at the mouth of the Murchison River, Kalbarri boasts an ideal climate where fishing, swimming & many coastal activities can be enjoyed all year round. Add to that the amazing Wildflower & Humpback Whale season and you have the perfect destination for your next holiday. From the rugged inland gorges to the dramatic coastal cliffs, sensational beaches to the tranquil Murchison River, Kalbarri is unique and has something to offer everyone.

    Kalbarri National Park covers an area of 186,000 hectares, the rugged terrain and relative seclusion of the part attracts thousands of visitors each year. The roads to the coastal sites are sealed and suitable for all vehicles, except for Pot Alley which is not suitable for caravans or motorhomes. The roads into the inland gorge sites at Hawk’s Head and Ross Graham are also sealed, and there are shade shelters, toilets and picnic facilities. The road to the Z-Bend and Loop area is now fully sealed and accessible to all types of vehicles (caravans and trailers excepted).

    Inland River Gorges – Access to these sites is 11km from town along the Kalbarri-Ajana Road. Turn off at The Loop/Z-Bend Road. The roads into all inland gorge sites are fully sealed and accessible to all types of vehicles, with shade shelters, toilets and picnic facilities. They are Meanarra hill Lookout, West Loop Lookout (Inyaka Wookai Watju), Natures Window, Loop Hike, z-Bend Lookout, Z- Bend River trail, Four Ways Trail (Idinggade Yina) Hawks Head and Ross Graham Lookout.

    Houtman Abrolhos Islands – Approximately 60km offshore from Kalbarri, the Houtman Abrolhos is a chain of 122 islands and associated coral reefs. It is the southernmost true coral reef in the Indian Ocean and one of the highest altitude reef systems in the world.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Kalbarri Tudoe Holiday Park
    10 Porter Street,
    Kalbarri WA 6536


    Shark Bay/Monkey Mia

    One of only a few sites in the world to meet all four of the natural criteria for World Heritage listing, the enormous 2.2 million hectare (5.4 million acre) Shark Bay World Heritage area is the place to go if you want to see marine life in spectacular abundance. With blue skies and sunshine almost every day of the year, Monkey Mia is ideal for a leisurely getaway or exciting outback adventure. Feed wild bottlenose dolphins explore the crystal waters of Shell Beach and take an indigenous tour for a unique perspective on Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

    Pack a lunch and take a day trip to Shell Beach and see one of only two beaches in the world where shells replace sand.
    Discover Denham, located halfway between Monkey Mia and Shell Beach, Denham offers history, adventure and the perfect starting point to explore the Shark Bay Region.

    Visit Western Australia Largest Island, just west of Monkey Mia is Dirk Hartog Island, a peaceful island retreat that is great for relaxing on white sand beaches, scuba dive, snorkelling or even fishing.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Shark Bay Caravan Park
    4 Spaven Way
    Denham WA 6537


    Day 4 & 5 Shark Bay to Ningaloo Reef

    The crystalline water harbours the world’s largest fringing reef, a 260-kilometre (162-mile) long coral reef swarming with turtles, tropical fish, manta rays, humpback whales and the elusive whale shark. Nowhere on Earth do these majestic creatures reliably congregate in such large numbers as here, at Ningaloo Reef.

    INCLUDED: Whale Shark and Humpback Interaction Sea Life Tour – Ningaloo:
    This tour is perfect for people wanting to snorkel with manta rays, view corals, tropical fish, and watch dolphins frolic on Ningaloo Reef or for those wanting to stay on board the comfort of the Magellan and view these majestic creatures from afar. Travel on the luxurious 20m vessel “Magellan”, included all snorkel equipment, Breakfast & Lunch, as well as a never-ending supply of cold and hot drinks and snacks. Pickup from your accommodation at 7.10am

    INCLUDED: Escape Backpackers YHA Ningaloo Reef 1-night accommodation:
    Situated in the heart of Exmouth, Backpackers YHA is the perfect place to plan your Ningaloo Reef experience. The Ningaloo Marine Park features coral reefs, colourful fish, and migratory whale sharks. Cape Range National Park has kangaroos, sheer cliffs and red, rocky gorges- this town is like nothing else. Rooms in the hostel are air-conditioned and have private en suite bathrooms. Backpackers have full use of all the facilities in the resort. Relax by one of three pools, enjoy a drink in the pool bar or simply enjoy the surrounds of the newly refurbished beer garden.


    Day 6 & 7 Ningaloo to Cape Range

    Hike through the rocky gorges of arid, rugged Cape Range in the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, and camp beachside adjacent to the vibrant, colourful Ningaloo Marine Park. Cape Range National Park boasts spectacular rocky gorges carved by ancient rivers that adjoin one of the most pristine and beautiful coastlines in the world. A highlight to any Cape Range Experience is a trip to Yardie Creek, which flows between sheer cliffs.

    From the foot of the range, narrow coastal plain extends to the magnificent beaches, waters and coral gardens of Ningaloo Marine Park. Turquoise Bay is made famous for its crystal-clear waters, turquoise seas and shite sandy beaches.


    Cape Range National Park

    INCLUDED: Lagoon Explorer – Full Day Sea Kayak & Snorkel Tour – Cape Range National Park – included travel into Cape Range National Park to sea kayak and snorkel the beautiful turquoise lagoons of Ningaloo.

    Travel in your very own double sea kayak and get up close and personal with the amazing wildlife of Ningaloo. Turtles, rays, and schools of jumping fish are often dolphins or dougong (in season) one kayaks. Snorkel amongst the amazing coral and colourful fish of Ningaloo Reef, and take the opportunity to snorkel from your kayak (if conditions allow) – an experience you won’t soon forget! Pull up on beautiful sandy beaches for a delicious morning tea and lunch, all freshly prepared by your guide Enjoy commentary on the history, culture and natural wonders of the local area on the drive to our kayak launching spot on the day

    Double sit-inside sea kayaks, with rudder for comfortable cruising, lifejackets (PFDs) Snorkel, mask and fins, Long sleeve sun shirts, broad brim hats, wetsuits in season, dry bags for valuables, Morning tea and lunch, transport to and from your Exmouth accommodation, National park entry fee, Complimentary photos taken by your guide.

    Suggestion on where to stay at Cape Range:
    Cape Range National Park
    To pre book a campsite:


    Day 8 & 9 Exmouth to Carnarvon

    Time to further explore the North West Cape area. Coral Bay is a marine paradise and one of Western Australia’s premier family holiday destinations. Named Coral Bay due to the beautiful coral gardens which lie just metres from the pristine white sandy beach, this tiny, laidback seaside location is a must-visit destination for nature lovers.

    Travel south to the fishing and tropical fruit growing centre of Carnarvon. Ideally situated between the Shark Bay and Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Areas, Carnarvon is a great place to rest, relax and recharge. Enjoy an abundant tropical food experience of fresh fruit, vegetables, and seafood.

    Witness the dramatic specatacle of the natural Blowholes and king waves, take in the beautifully rugged surrondings and enjoy the surf at Gnarlaoo, snorkel the aquarium at Quobba, wind or kite surfing at Red Bluff and eco-camper at these locations.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Wintersun Caravan and Tourist Park
    546 Robinson Street,
    Carnarvon WA 6701


    Day 9 & 10 Carnarvon to Geraldton

    Travel back to down the North West Coastal Highay, past Shark Bay and Kalbarri to the Midwest centre of Geraldton. In Geraldton it is all about the lifestyle! It’s what brings people to Geraldton and what makes them stay. With a beautiful Mediterranean climate, the sun shines almost all the time.

    In winter the temperature averages around 20C and 33C in summer. It makes for the perfect beach lifestyle and Geraldton’s stunning coastline attracts people from all over the world. Whether it is water sports, a spot of fishing, saying hello to our friendly Sea Lions or just to relax – our beaches are world-class.

    Not just our beaches and stunning Foreshore, but we are home to the magnificent HMAS Sydney II Memorial, Western Australian Museum, the Saint Francis Xavier Cathedral, Seal Rock, live lobster factory, the Point Moore Lighthouse and the phenomenal Houtman Abrolhos Islands located just off the Geraldton coast.

    A total of 122 islands make up the pristine Houtman Abrolhos Islands located just 60km off the Geraldton coast. They are accessible via aircraft and boat. Diving, fishing, snorkelling, photography and bird watching – the Abrolhos Islands are truly spectacular.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Big4 Sunset Beach Holiday Park
    4 Bosley Street,
    Sunset Beach WA 6530


    Day 10 & 12 Geraldton to Perth

    Driving from Geraldton to Perth takes about 5 hours, but that would mean missing out on explouring any unique sights and experiences.

    Visit a National Trust Town:
    Greenough Hamlet is a National Trust town 42km north of Dongara, where the trees survive despite being permanently bent over by 90 degrees, thanks to the strong coastal winds.

    The Numbung National Park and the Pinnacles:
    The Pinnacles are a dramatic ‘field’ of ancient limestone spires, three to four metres high. But before exploring these natural wonders by scenic drive or walking trail, it’s a must to visit the park’s Desert Discovery Centre to learn how The Pinnacles were formed.

    Bask with Sea Lions:
    Cervantes is the gateway to the Turquoise Coast and an ideal base for exploring local attractions such as the Nambung National Park, The Pinnacles, the stromatolites at Lake Thetis and the Jurien Bay Marine Park, where sea lions bask on the rocks. At sunset, take a stroll along Jurien Bay’s 2km Turquoise Way beachside walk, or head to Tea Tree Point Scenic Lookout.

    Beach shack settlements:
    About 150km north of Perth are two unofficial shack settlements, called Wedge and Grey. Built between the 1950s and 1990s by fishermen and pastoralists, they are now inhabited by retirees and Perth residents during holidays and weekend breaks. Some of the makeshift huts use wind-powered generators, solar panels and rain-water tanks to provide home comforts.

    Wedge Island:
    For a scenic and invigorating pit-stop, visit the Wedge Island Lookout and take in the view to this remote island nature reserve located 300m offshore.

    Sand surfing at Lancelin:
    Experience sand surfing at these famous giant dunes, where you can hire sand boards or take a guided dune buggy tour

    Koalas and limestone stalagmites at Yanchep National Park:
    Get up close to koalas on the 240-metre Koala Boardwalk. Meet western grey kangaroos and other local wildlife on the walking trails and be awed by the impressive limestone stalagmites in the Crystal Cave. Learn more about the local Aboriginal heritage from the park’s indigenous guides; take a lake boat tour or hire a row boat and enjoy a lakeside picnic.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Jurien Bay Tourist Park
    Roberts Street,
    Julien Bay WA 6516