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From Pemberton: Half-Day Beach and Forest Eco Adventure

1. From Pemberton: Half-Day Beach and Forest Eco Adventure

Explore the National Parks of southwest Australia on a half-day eco tour from Pemberton and enjoy an interpretive journey through Warren National Park and D'Entrecasteaux National Park. Traveling by modified 4WD Toyota Landcruiser, you will see farmland vistas, old growth giant karri forest and thick bush trails. Look out for kangaroos, snakes, emus and forest red-tailed black cockatoo. Learn the Aborigine history of the region, hear of pioneer settlers, and experience early horse-drawn trails from the comfort of your vehicle. On entering the D'Entrecasteaux National Park, stretch your legs on the banks of Dead Man’s Lake. Glimpse the start of the largest landlocked sand dune system in the Southern Hemisphere, and ascend the dunes to experience the mesmerizing Yeagarup sand dune system. Help record the movement of the dunes, via a series of photo locations, mapped out with the support of the local Conservation and Land Management. Then, travel to the coast to see wildflowers in season. On reaching the Great Southern Ocean, fly a kite or go for a stroll. Endangered hooded plover and fairy tern nest in the area, and data collected during your tour helps further understand the bird behaviour. On returning to the lake, enjoy lunch or afternoon tea in the peaceful bush setting, before your return to civilization.

Australia: Alice Springs to Perth 15-Day Overland Tour

2. Australia: Alice Springs to Perth 15-Day Overland Tour

Spend 14 days touring around the undiscovered regions of Western and South Australia. Stay in an underground Coober Pedy hotel. Go on a scenic flight at lake Eyre. Speed around the Flinders range by jeep. Walk 40 meters above the forest on a treetop walk. Taste Australian wine in Margaret River. Begin your outback exploration in the Northern Territory. Depart from Alice Springs, the gateway to the Red Center. Cross red desert sands to the opal mining town of Coober Pedy, famous for its underground homes, on day 2. Escape from the heat as you spend the night in an underground hotel. Depart Coober Pedy on day 3 to arrive at the cattle station service town of Marree, famous for having Australia's first mosque. Continue on day 4 as you go to Akaroola in the Flinders Range, known for its bird wildlife and nature sanctuary. Leave the mountains and drive to Port Augusta on day 5. Enjoy Port Augusta and the views of the Spencer Gulf as you head to Port Lincoln on day 6. Appreciate this city on the lower Eyre Peninsula, known as the seafood capital of Australia. Depart from here on day 7 to go to the Nullarbor. Marvel at the flat, arid plain, which is home to the largest single exposure of limestone bedrock in the world. Head to the roadhouse community of Balladonia on day 8. Arrive at the goldfields coastal town of Esperance on day 9, and gaze at the white, sandy beaches. Go north to the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie on day 10. Spend day 11 in this town and experience the Golden Mile. Appreciate being near one of the world's richest goldfields. Travel to Hyden on day 12, which is home to the famous Wave Rock, a 15-meter granite cliff. Arrive in the port city of Albany on day 13 and enjoy beaches on the southern tip of Western Australia. Travel to Pemberton in the southwest of the state, in the Margaret River region, on day 14. Reach your final destination of Perth on day 15 to conclude your amazing adventure.

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4.8 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Great experience with knowledgeable and friendly guide. Excellent morning adventure through the Bush and over sand dunes to a beautiful beach. Great job Graham and thankyou for a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

Graeme was a great source of local flora and fauna knowledge.

A terrific tour, great vehicle, commentary and lunch. An all round great experience. Booking was a bit messy but sorted in the end.

This tour was awesome, Graeme was well informed and was able to answer any questions that were asked. Well worth doing.