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7-Day Exmouth and Coral Coast Tour from Perth with Hotel Accommodations

 

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Get ready for an outdoor adventure at Western Australia's Coral Coast. Find Lancelin's white sand dunes, Coral Bay's flawless beaches and more of Mother Nature's creations on this week-long excursion. Discover the wonders of Exmouth and the Coral Coast region, including the white sand dunes of Lancelin and immaculate limestone formations of the Pinnacles Desert. Take in the raw, unspoiled beauty of Mother Earth at Kalbarri National Park and get up close and personal with Monkey Mia's lovable bottlenose dolphins. Go for a relaxing stroll by the shores of Coral Bay and Turquoise Bay or snorkel with the diverse marine life of the world-famous Ningaloo Reef on this fun-filled 7-day adventure that's one for the books!

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made between 7 business days (07:00 local time) to 2 business days (07:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made after 07:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Tours

Private Solo Room

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Minimum Tickets: 1 & Maximum Tickets: 1

Inclusion

  • Sandboarding (seasonal/equipment provided)
  • Meal (refer to the details in the schedule)
  • General admission (all attractions included)
  • Transportation fee
  • Accommodation fee
  • English-speaking guide/driver

Duration

  • 11 (hrs) (Approx.)

Schedules

09:52:59 Pick-up from Select Areas in Perth CBD

Day: Day1
Depart for Lancelin

Day: Day1
Lancelin
Frequented by kitesurfing, windsurfing and off-road driving enthusiasts, Lancelin is popular for its white sand dunes. Begin your Coral Coast excursion with a thrilling sandboarding adventure.
Day: Day1
Pinnacles Desert
Discover a chilling yet unique environment at the Pinnacles, Namburg National Park. Find limestone structures across the desert and learn about the origins of this popular Australian landmark from your knowledgeable guide.
Day: Day1
Lunch
After your lunch by the sea, catch spectacular views of clear skies and blue waters as you journey across the Indian Ocean Drive.
Day: Day1
Geraldton and Kalbarri
Make a quick stop at the small coastal town of Geraldton before heading to Kalbarri where you will be staying for the night.
Day: Day1
Accommodation
Location: Kalbarri Meals provided: Lunch and dinner
Day: Day1
Kalbarri National Park
Marvel at the beauty of the Murchison Gorge, Z-Bend and Nature's Window at Kalbarri National Park. Challenge yourself and try abseiling at one of the gorges (at an additional fee). During spring, admire the brightly-colored wildflowers which can be found around the park.
Day: Day2
Shell Beach
Depart from Kalbarri and visit Denham's shell beach, adorned with millions of tiny shells on a 60-kilometer stretch. Make sure you take photos of this unique beach, as there are only a few of these in the world!
Day: Day2
Accommodation
Location: Denham Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day2
Monkey Mia
Have an up-close encounter with the friendly bottlenose dolphins of Monkey Mia as you feed them. Aside from being a popular tourist destination, Monkey Mia has been the location for extensive behavioral and biological research on bottlenose dolphins since 1984.
Day: Day3
Stromatolites
See the stromatolites at Hamelin Pool, Shark Bay. Considered as one of the world's oldest fossils, these rock-like structures were created through the growth of blue-green algae known as cyanobacteria and are said to have been in existence for 3.5 billion years.
Day: Day3
Depart for Coral Bay

Day: Day3
Accommodation
Location: Coral Bay Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day3
Coral Bay and Ningaloo Reef
Explore the beauty of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Coast at your leisure. The Ningaloo Reef, Australia's largest fringing reef, is also home to an abundant species of fish, corals, mollusks and other marine invertebrates.
Day: Day4
Things to Do
Go on a relaxing walk along the white sand beaches of Coral Bay. Take the opportunity to swim with the manta rays (at an additional fee) or snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Ningaloo Reef to find stunning corals and schools of fish.
Day: Day4
Ningaloo Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Centre
Check out Ningaloo Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Centre, an organization that aims to treat, rehabilitate and release healthy sea turtles back into the waters along the West Coast of Australia. See the rescued turtles that will soon follow Tina Turtle back in the ocean!
Day: Day4
Depart for Exmouth

Day: Day4
Accommodation
Location: Exmouth Meals provided: Breakfast and dinner
Day: Day4
Cape Range National Park
Make your way to Cape Range National Park near the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area and admire the enormous gorges and ochre-colored canyons. In here, enjoy a variety of activities such as camping, bushwalking, snorkeling and more!
Day: Day5
Vlamingh Head Lighthouse
Located north of the Exmouth town proper is the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, one of the few places in Australia where you can catch both the sunrise and sunset. Visit this lighthouse and get a chance to see the Ningaloo Reef at its full glory.
Day: Day5
Accommodation
Location: Exmouth Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day5
Carnarvon
Visit the small town of Carnarvon, also known as Western Australia's fruit bowl for its abundance of tropical fruits. Depending on the season, visit a local banana or mango plantation. Also, witness the natural phenomenon of jets of water erupting into the air from sea caves at the town's blowholes.
Day: Day6
Accommodation
Location: At an Australian wheat farm Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day6
Greenough Wildlife Park
Before returning to Perth, stop by the Greenough Wildlife Park and feed the kangaroos. The park also rescues and rehabilitates injured and orphaned animals. Meals provided: Breakfast and lunch
Day: Day7
Depart for Perth

Day: Day7
21:42:59 Drop-off at Select Areas in Perth CBD

Day: Day7

Restrictions

  • Please take note that ensuite rooms can not be guaranteed and facilities may be shared.
  • People 18 years old and above can participate in this activity.

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • The primary pick-up location is at Hostel G in Perth CBD.
    Please take note that these are estimated times and actual pick-up times may vary due to traffic situations.
    Please arrive at your pick-up location 10 minutes prior to your pick-up time.

Quad Room

Inclusion

  • Sandboarding (seasonal/equipment provided)
  • Meal (refer to the details in the schedule)
  • General admission (all attractions included)
  • Transportation fee
  • Accommodation fee
  • English-speaking guide/driver

Duration

  • 11 (hrs) (Approx.)

Schedules

09:52:59 Pick-up from Select Areas in Perth CBD

Day: Day1
Depart for Lancelin

Day: Day1
Lancelin
Frequented by kitesurfing, windsurfing and off-road driving enthusiasts, Lancelin is popular for its white sand dunes. Begin your Coral Coast excursion with a thrilling sandboarding adventure.
Day: Day1
Pinnacles Desert
Discover a chilling yet unique environment at the Pinnacles, Namburg National Park. Find limestone structures across the desert and learn about the origins of this popular Australian landmark from your knowledgeable guide.
Day: Day1
Lunch
After your lunch by the sea, catch spectacular views of clear skies and blue waters as you journey across the Indian Ocean Drive.
Day: Day1
Geraldton and Kalbarri
Make a quick stop at the small coastal town of Geraldton before heading to Kalbarri where you will be staying for the night.
Day: Day1
Accommodation
Location: Kalbarri Meals provided: Lunch and dinner
Day: Day1
Kalbarri National Park
Marvel at the beauty of the Murchison Gorge, Z-Bend and Nature's Window at Kalbarri National Park. Challenge yourself and try abseiling at one of the gorges (at an additional fee). During spring, admire the brightly-colored wildflowers which can be found around the park.
Day: Day2
Shell Beach
Depart from Kalbarri and visit Denham's shell beach, adorned with millions of tiny shells on a 60-kilometer stretch. Make sure you take photos of this unique beach, as there are only a few of these in the world!
Day: Day2
Accommodation
Location: Denham Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day2
Monkey Mia
Have an up-close encounter with the friendly bottlenose dolphins of Monkey Mia as you feed them. Aside from being a popular tourist destination, Monkey Mia has been the location for extensive behavioral and biological research on bottlenose dolphins since 1984.
Day: Day3
Stromatolites
See the stromatolites at Hamelin Pool, Shark Bay. Considered as one of the world's oldest fossils, these rock-like structures were created through the growth of blue-green algae known as cyanobacteria and are said to have been in existence for 3.5 billion years.
Day: Day3
Depart for Coral Bay

Day: Day3
Accommodation
Location: Coral Bay Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day3
Coral Bay and Ningaloo Reef
Explore the beauty of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Coast at your leisure. The Ningaloo Reef, Australia's largest fringing reef, is also home to an abundant species of fish, corals, mollusks and other marine invertebrates.
Day: Day4
Things to Do
Go on a relaxing walk along the white sand beaches of Coral Bay. Take the opportunity to swim with the manta rays (at an additional fee) or snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Ningaloo Reef to find stunning corals and schools of fish.
Day: Day4
Ningaloo Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Centre
Check out Ningaloo Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Centre, an organization that aims to treat, rehabilitate and release healthy sea turtles back into the waters along the West Coast of Australia. See the rescued turtles that will soon follow Tina Turtle back in the ocean!
Day: Day4
Depart for Exmouth

Day: Day4
Accommodation
Location: Exmouth Meals provided: Breakfast and dinner
Day: Day4
Cape Range National Park
Make your way to Cape Range National Park near the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area and admire the enormous gorges and ochre-colored canyons. In here, enjoy a variety of activities such as camping, bushwalking, snorkeling and more!
Day: Day5
Vlamingh Head Lighthouse
Located north of the Exmouth town proper is the Vlamingh Head Lighthouse, one of the few places in Australia where you can catch both the sunrise and sunset. Visit this lighthouse and get a chance to see the Ningaloo Reef at its full glory.
Day: Day5
Accommodation
Location: Exmouth Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day5
Carnarvon
Visit the small town of Carnarvon, also known as Western Australia's fruit bowl for its abundance of tropical fruits. Depending on the season, visit a local banana or mango plantation. Also, witness the natural phenomenon of jets of water erupting into the air from sea caves at the town's blowholes.
Day: Day6
Accommodation
Location: At an Australian wheat farm Meals provided: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day: Day6
Greenough Wildlife Park
Before returning to Perth, stop by the Greenough Wildlife Park and feed the kangaroos. The park also rescues and rehabilitates injured and orphaned animals. Meals provided: Breakfast and lunch
Day: Day7
Depart for Perth

Day: Day7
21:42:59 Drop-off at Select Areas in Perth CBD

Day: Day7

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • The primary pick-up location is at Hostel G in Perth CBD.
    Please take note that these are estimated times and actual pick-up times may vary due to traffic situations.
    Please arrive at your pick-up location 10 minutes prior to your pick-up time.

Activity Detail

Restrictions

  • This tour involves a moderate amount of walking, often over steep and rocky sections and under direct sunlight.

Additional Notes

  • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
  • Please indicate any dietary restrictions and medical conditions at the time of booking.
  • The tour covers long distances and there is often little or no phone signal. However, you guide will have a satellite phone in case of emergencies.

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Guests are allowed to bring a small day bag and soft luggage weighing 15 to 25 kilograms. Excess luggage may incur an additional fee.
  • Any inappropriate luggage presented on the departure day (including surfboards, prams, strollers, wheelchairs) may result in refusal to board due to limited space and bus safety.

Requirement(s) - other

  • Please contact the activity provider 48 hours before your activity to reconfirm your booking and pick-up time/location. Your voucher has the necessary contact information listed.

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