9-Day Perth to Adelaide Adventure Tour – Nullarbor Traveller - 9 Days

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This phenomenal 9-day experience crosswise over Southern Australia will take you off the beaten track to find immaculate and perfect scenes. Draw out your bold side climbing, figuring out how to surf and sandboarding. Swim at Australia’s best sea shores. Stroll among old backwoods. Experience the outback, crossing the forceful Nullarbor. The landscape is incredible and the untamed life experiences are next level. Swim with wild ocean lions and dolphins. Meet the kangaroos of Esperance, the koalas of Mikkira, and encounter a glorious extraordinary white shark. Feel associated with nature, dozing under the stars of the Milky Way and offering pit fire stories to similar visitors.

More Tours by Australian Wildlife Adventures

  • The weird and wonderful Wave Rock
  • Discover Cape Le Grand National Park and its friendly kangaroos
  • Step back in time at Koonalda Homestead in the Nullarbor National Park
  • Learn-to-surf lesson and sandboarding adventure
  • Feel inspired after incredibly rewarding hikes
  • Discover South Australia’s best kept secret – the Eyre Peninsula
  • Come face-to-face with a majestic great white shark (OE)
  • Swim with wild sea lions and dolphins (OE)
Day 1
Perth to Fitzgerald River National Park

Our experience starts as we travel east from Perth over the Darling Ranges with our first respite in the noteworthy township of York, WA’s most seasoned inland town. More driving and you’ll be having lunch in the shadow of Wave Rock. By late evening, we’ll have landed in Fitzgerald River National Park, a universally perceived World Biosphere.

This is our greatest day of driving, going around 10 hours with stops en route. Strolling time is about 60 minutes. Today, swag camp at Fitzgerald River National Park, which has latrine however no shower offices.

Day 2
Fitzgerald River to Cape Le Grand National Park

Start the morning with a lively climb up East Mt Baron. Legs extended, bring the waterfront course into Esperance for an espresso and mosey around. At that point prepare for a portion of Australia’s most stunning landscape as we advance towards Esperance. Set up camp in one of Western Australia most marvelous National Parks, Cape Le Grand, notable for its sunbathing kangaroos. Appreciate a free evening here to set out on a climb, get your kangaroo selfie, or simply kick back with your new buds on the sea shore.

Today travel 2.5 hours with stops en route. Strolling time is around 3 hours and you’ll be swag outdoors with can and shower offices at Cape Le Grand.

Day 3
Cape Le Grand to The Nullarbor

It’s the ideal opportunity for an epic early morning climb up Frenchman Peak. Mind blown, it’s an ideal opportunity to hop back on the transport and appreciate a shocking seaside drive, halting at a portion of the district’s most dazzling sea shores. We’ll lunch in the outback town of Norseman, and afterward hit the Eyre Highway to begin the adventure east bound.

This evening, you will be left confused by the demonstration of groups of stars and falling stars as you shrub camp (no offices) on the Nullarbor. The present driving time is around 5 hours.

Day 4
The Nullarbor & Koonalda Homestead

Driving’s the name of the game today (we have 500 kilometers of the world’s longest stretch of straight street to cover). Today will absolutely give you a feeling of the sheer size of this immense and old land. Make a stop at Eucla, an old broadcast township presently for the most part covered underneath sand rises, at that point bring in for a late evening’s exploring the great outdoors at Koonalda Homestead in the Nullarbor National Park. This special campground was initially a sheep shearing station and fuel and rest stop for individuals going along the Nullarbor during the 1950s. Surrendered during the 1970s, the site turned out to be to some degree a vehicle memorial park with old autos left behind, stalled on the Nullarbor Plain. A picture takers dream!

Travel time today is around 6 hours and by and by be set up to be surprised by the miracles of the southern skies. Koonalda Homestead gives toilets however no showers.

Day 5
Great Australian Bight & Coodlie Park

Stops for now incorporate the well known Camels/Kangaroos/Wombats Crossing street sign and the Bunda Cliffs, where Australia drops drastically into the Southern Ocean. Extending for roughly 200 kilometers along the Great Australian Bight, this is the world’s longest continuous line of ocean bluffs and an epic beach front post.

Cross the Dingo Fence – at 5,614 kilometers, it is the world’s longest fence – and enter the Yalata Aboriginal lands. Toward the evening visit the Ceduna Arts and Cultural Center, where you’ll hear somewhat about the styles and implications of Indigenous fine art. Subsequent to loading up on provisions in Streaky Bay, we’ll land at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat, our command post. Here, our organization proprietor, Hassie, will concoct a flavorful BBQ feast. Offer stories with voyagers from our other visit around the pit fire before revealing your swag in an exceptional swag cabin. You’ll additionally get the chance to utilize a fairly cool eco shower. Today we travel for around 8 hours with stops en route.

Day 6
Baird Bay & Mikkira Station

Early today you’ll have the chance to swim, snorkel and sprinkle about with fun loving ocean lions and mystical dolphins on a 3-hour voyage in the quiet and shielded waters of Baird Bay. This visit is worked by Baird Bay Eco Tours and is a discretionary encounter. At just $180, it will be a memory you’ll love until the end of time.

The individuals who remain ashore will head out to Point Labatt Conservation Park, the main spot on the territory where Australian seal little guys can be seen figuring out how to swim, play and lay on the sea shore.

After lunch, it’s set for Lake Newland Conservation Park where you will test out your sand boarding abilities in some monstrous sand ridges. Requiring a rest, it’s back on the transport to venture out to our campground at Mikkira Station. Home to a wild koala populace, today around evening time you’ll rest under the koala-filled gum trees. How Aussie is that!

Drive time today is around 4.5 hours with stops en route.

Day 7
Port Lincoln & Mikkira Station

Today you are offered two altogether different agendas. The individuals who love oceanic natural life, and additionally are looking for an adrenalin surge, can pick the entire day discretionary experience of encountering the superb, Great White Shark. There are two administrators offering various sorts of encounters: From remaining dry in a progressive glass seeing water sub, to the more extraordinary choice of entering the pen. Costs extend from $350 to $564 contingent upon your decision. If you don’t mind see ‘Discretionary Extras’ for more data.

On the off chance that you remain ashore, at that point you will explore the Eyre Peninsula’s astonishing beach front landscape. From the wild and rough Whalers Way, to the white, sandy sea shores of Coffin Bay National Park. After lunch on the foreshore at Coffin Bay, we’ll head into Port Lincoln, otherwise called ‘Australia’s Seafood Capital’. Explore and appreciate some available time before getting the remainder of the gathering and making a beeline for the well disposed koalas at Mikkira Station, where we camp for a subsequent night.

Drive time today is about 2.5 hours, except if you are doing the sharks involvement with which case it is just 60 minutes.

Day 8
Port Lincoln to Mt. Remarkable

Surfing is a lifestyle in Australia, so today you’ll pull on a wetsuit for a two-hour figure out how to-surf exercise with Xtreme Kite and Paddle. The quiet and turquoise waters of Fisheries Bay in Port Lincoln are the ideal spot to Hang 10! Those not having any desire to surf will have the option to unwind, swim or explore.

After lunch, it’s onwards to the antiquated Southern Flinders Ranges and Mt. Wonderful National Park. We’ll set up camp for the night at Mambray Creek and afterward head out to see the plenteous local natural life that call this district home.

Drive time today is 4.5 and we camp at Mt. Exceptional National Park, which has showers and toilets.

Day 9
Mt. Remarkable to Adelaide

Early today we’ll set out on our last climb of the visit through Davey’s Gully. Back on the transport we’ll head towards Adelaide however not before going through some curious nation towns. South Australia is outstanding for its reality class wine and our last stop of the visit will be for lunch and wine sampling in the pleasant Clare Valley. Cheers to that.

Drive time today is around 5 hours and this overland experience wraps up on appearance in Adelaide. In spite of the fact that there are no proper exercises arranged, it is regular for the gathering to get together and think about our 9-day experience over a couple of beverages and supper (at claim cost).

There’s no settlement given this evening so please ensure you have booked your convenience before flight.


  • 8x Breakfast
  • 8x Dinner
  • 9x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 8 nights
  • Small-group
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan
  • Driver/guide
  • Accommodation: Swag camping - 1 nights Bush camp (no Facilities), 7 Nights with basic facilities
  • Activities and entry fees (unless stated as Optional Extra)
  • Selected Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off


  • There are two Optional Extras on this tour;
  • Great White Shark Experiences in Port Lincoln - From $350 to $564
  • Swim with Sea lions and Dolphins Baird Bay $180pp
  • Entry/Admission - Baird Bay
  • Travel Insurance

Traveler pickup is offered
Please reconfirm your booking 48 hours prior to departure by calling +61 8 8687 0455. At this time, your pick up location and time will be confirmed.

While everything on our tours is included in the price, there are two optional extra activities on this tour that we leave up to you to decide if you would like to do. These are both very popular activities, so we highly recommend securing your place at time of booking.

Please keep in mind; These tours are operated by third parties and separate to Nullarbor Traveller. Therefore, the terms and conditions of each of these companies apply. Weather can play an important part in the operations of these tours and occasionally a tour may be cancelled which is beyond our control. If that is the case, you will be provided a full refund.

Swim with sea lions and dolphins ($180pp)

This is an amazing experience and highlight of the tour. The interaction that you will have with the sea lions and dolphins at the beautiful and sheltered Baird Bay on the Eyre Peninsula, will leave you breathless. Board the 14-seater boat for a short ride to our first stop, where you’ll swim with sea lions. This takes place in approximately two metres of water. It is a natural experience and the sea lions come into the sheltered lagoon to interact with us.

After this, head further out into the bay to swim with the majestic bottlenose dolphins. This happens in four metres of water but is still within the sheltered bay. The tour is 3-4 hours and a wetsuit and snorkel equipment are included.

Great White Shark Experiences in Port Lincoln

Adventure Bay Charters From $389pp – $564pp

This is Australia’s first Advanced Eco-certified White Shark Tour. Sustainable and responsible, Adventure Bay Charters use rock music to attract the sharks, which also makes for a great vibe on the boat for your tour. They also have the only Aqua Sub, dry glass viewing platform with 360-degree views of the Great Whites in their natural habitat. This allows you to come face to face with the sharks and the cage divers whilst staying dry! If you are feeling brave you can upgrade on the day to have the ultimate thrill of plunging into the Southern Ocean with the sharks, from within the safety of the cage.

This full day tour to the Neptune Islands departs at 6.30am and returns at 6.30pm. It includes all equipment, breakfast, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. You also receive a selection of free images, which they will email to you within a couple of days.

Cost structure 

  • Full Day Tour/Aqua Sub Access – $350pp (at time of booking)
  • Cage Dive – $175pp (paid on board)
  • $39 ‘Department of Environment Fee’ is payable on the day regardless of which option you choose (payed at reception)

If you opt to enter the cage but do not see any Great White Sharks you will not pay the $175 Cage Entry fee, just the $350 + $39.

Calypso Star Charters Shark Cage Diving $532pp 

Calypso Star Charters was established in 1990 and have a proud history of providing safe and exciting Advanced Eco Certified Shark Cage Diving. They are the only one-day Shark Cage Diving South Australian tour operator who is permitted to use natural fish berley (chum) to attract the sharks. This sustainable practice provides passengers with the best possible chance of sighting and interaction close to the vessel and cage, which will enhance your incredible experience.

The full days charter boards at 6.30am and it takes about 2.5 hours to get out to the Neptune Islands. No diver experience is required. All food and equipment is supplied and MV Calypso Star 2 is the only Shark Cage Diving vessel fitted with a Gyroscopic Stabiliser, increasing guests’ comfort throughout the day.

Please note the $532 rate is inclusive of a $37 Department of Environment Fee.

On days of nil sightings of White Sharks, all guests will be refunded $100 and provided a $200 voucher off a future tour.


Meals: Please advise of any special dietary requirements at time of booking. We offer plenty of variety and do our best to provide fresh products. Snacks, soft drinks and alcohol are not included.

Camping: Our tours are camping adventures and participation and involvement is required from our passengers. People do need to enjoy the outdoors, hiking, and be able to cope with extreme weather conditions if travelling in the peak of summer. Camping on this tour is a mixture of national parks, campgrounds and bush camps (no facilities).

Swags: When camping, we use individual swags. Swags are ‘Aussie Bed Rolls’ made from sturdy canvas with a mattress built into the swag. Passengers need to provide their own sleeping bag and pillow to insert into the swag.

Our wet weather option is a 3-person dome tent which are shared by 2 people, but these are only provided in the case of heavy rain.

Fitness: A good level of fitness is required, and you need to be prepared for walks of between 3-9 kilometres on some days. This may involve rough ground and perhaps getting wet.

Changes to Itinerary: Our experienced guides will tailor activities on seasonal conditions throughout the year to maximise your experience and enjoyment. Any deviation from this itinerary will be made with serious consideration and passengers’ best interest and safety as our number one priority.

What to bring: Personal belongings, sleeping bag, travel pillow, torch or head torch, rainproof jacket, walking shoes, swimmers and towel, water bottle, insect repellent, hat, and sunscreen. It’s also a good idea to bring snacks for the bus in your day bag.

Luggage Restrictions: Bags are restricted to 1 × 15kg backpack/soft travel bag per person, plus one small piece of hand luggage.

  • If you cancel at least 7 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.

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  • Australian Wildlife Adventures
  • 300 Wellington St, Perth WA 6000, Australia- Selected Hotel Pick-up & Drop-off
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  • 9 days
  • Up to 20 Travelers
  • 85 Franklin St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia