Join us for a 10 Day tour featuring Camping and Motel accommodation as we explore the wide open expanses of the Nullarbor from Adelaide to Perth.
This tour includes:
Flights to Adelaide,
Woomera Rocket Museum,
Camping and tour of the Maralinga Atomic Test Site,
Flight over the Great Australian Bight to view the whales,
Eyre Bird Observatory
Most meals and accommodation
$4250, including airfare Perth to Adelaide.
$3790 land only
Bring your own 4wd vehicle and camping equipment, joining us as a tagalong.
$4100 per vehicle for 2 people. POA for extra people in vehicle.
Includes all meals, motels, camping and entry fee to attractions.
Fly into Adelaide airport where you will be greeted by your tour crew. We then make our way to Port Augusta, at the head of the Spencer Gulf, for the first night of the tour where we check into our accommodation before our welcome dinner.
Today we explore the region north of the Spencer Gulf as we make our way from Port Augusta to Woomera.
After a visit to the Woomera Rocket park, we head south following 4wd tracks to join the Eyre Hwy for our journey westward. We will make our way to the coastal town of Ceduna, the Oyster Capital of Australia, for tonight’s motel stay.
Leaving the coast at Ceduna we start the major journey West, we utilise some mine roads and parts of the old Eyre Highway to the Maralinga Atomic test site.
Today we take a full day tour of the Maralinga Atomic test site with a specialist guide to show you all the major features and hear all about the history of the region.
Back on the road today as we make our way back to the Eyre Highway. At Nullarbor Roadhouse we take a scenic flight over the cliffs of the Bight, with (hopefully) some whale watching. Following the original route of the old Eyre Highway, we head to Koonalda Station for a Bush Camp under the stars. · Scenic flight over the Great Australian Bight
Today we head down to the coast, for a unique look at the cliffs from ground level. Then it's onto Eucla and the old Telegraph Station before overnighting at Cocklebiddy.
An early start today sees us driving along the cliff edge of the Bight and making our way to the restored Eyre Bird Observatory. After spending some time admiring the bird-life and absorbing the history of the Eyre Telegraph Station, we head back up to the highway and travel to Fraser Range station.· Eyre Bird Observatory
Today we explore some of the lesser known tracks around the Norseman goldfields before making our way through the western woodlands to Hyden. Our last night takes in the unique hospitality of this warm and friendly wheat belt town.
A leisurely morning start will see us making our way back to Perth following some of the back tracks and the little country towns not usually visited. Arrive back in Perth mid-afternoon.
Please note that this trip travels through remote locations and some of the night stops are bush camping and unpowered, with no phone coverage (we have satellite service for emergencies, however). We will provide basic toilet facilities and limited showers in such situations.
For those travelling as Tagalongs, 4wd vehicles are essential. A list of required equipment will be supplied upon booking.