The Ultimate Australia Outback Tour package 21 days camping
Our ultimate Australia outback tour package is for 21 days. Have you ever wanted to visit the outback Australia in one package but couldn’t find a company to take you and had to book several different tour packages? Not any more.
Come with the Western Australia camping tour company where small groups are our specialty. Everything is included in your Australia outback tour, including all camping gear, food, park entry fees etc.
We will take you to many of the best spots in Western Australia as well as Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kings Canyon and Alice Springs in Northern Territory.
See what Australia is famous for - the remoteness of the Australia outback; the dirt tracks; the clear night skies with amazing stars; the beautiful beaches; of course a lot of the famous landmarks; Crikey, I could go on and on - come and see Australia for yourself.
Accommodation in comfortable tents with sleeping bags, pillows, mattress all supplied
Plenty of home cooked meals (tour cooked)
All this for $3300.00 per person. This tour is for for a couple (or two people traveling together).
The itinerary for your Australia Outback Tour package:
Day 1: Perth – Kalbarri
We leave Perth to commence our journey to the Australia Outback; travelling north out of the city our first stop is Nambung National Park, the setting of the mysterious Pinnacles. We walk around these spectacular limestone formations. After leaving the Pinnacles we stop along the way for lunch arriving at Kalbarri, where we have our first nights stay. L/D
Day 2: Kalbarri – Monkey Mia
After breakfast we visit the Kalbarri National Park at Ross Graham and Hawks Head Lookout. From here we drive to Hamelin Pool and the Stromatolites stopping for lunch along the way. We continue on to the World Heritage area of Shark Bay calling into Shell Beach and staying at Monkey Mia with full access to all facilities including laundry, shower, toilet and swimming pool. B/L/D
Day 3: Monkey Mia – Coral Bay
After seeing the bottle nosed dolphins first thing this morning we continue north to the coast at Ningaloo Reef staying at Coral Bay for the next three nights. B/L/D
Day 4: Coral Bay – Coral Bay
Today go on a Glass Bottom Boat tour - viewing the magnificent coral and the opportunity to snorkel. B/L/D
Glass Bottom Boat
Day 5: Coral Bay – Coral Bay
Free day where you will have plenty of time to soak up the sun or snorkel from the beach at this beautiful Ningaloo Reef, viewing coral and an assortment of coloured fish just metres from the beach. Other things to do includes walking to the sanctuary where you may see hundreds of baby Reef-Sharks in season, view the sunset over the Indian Ocean to mention a couple. B/L/D
Day 6: Coral Bay – Karijini
Leaving the ocean behind we head bush to the spectacular Karijini National Park via Tom Price (the highest town in Western Australia). We restock food supplies arriving at Karijini for the evening. B/L/D
Karijini at dusk
Day 7: Karijini – Karijini
This morning we have a look at some of the spectacular gorges Karijini is famous for. We visit Dale Gorge for a hike around the fern fringed Circular Pool; to the stunning Fortescue Falls; and enjoy the majestic beauty of Fern Pool. There will be time to have a swim in these refreshing pools. Then we travel to Karijini Visitor Centre to enable us to absorb the history of this amazing place - then to Savannah Camp for the next two nights. This afternoon we climb down Joffre Falls gorge. B/L/D
Karijini Fern Pool
Day 8: Karijini – Karijini
Another day for the fit and adventuress. We start our activity with a visit to Oxer Lookout where 4 Gorges all meet. What a magnificent view this is. We then walk down into Weano Gorge finishing at Handrail Pool where we climb down a rope ladder for a very pleasant swim in the pool. After lunch in the day area we climb down the ladder through the Amphitheatre then “Spider Walk” where you can swim at Kermits Pool. This is only a small pool but very deep. B/L/D
Karijini Kermit's Pool
Day 9: Karijini – Mt Augustus
Today we really see Australia outback - travelling on a 4WD track from Paraburdoo to Mt Augustus – staying at Mt Augustus Park for the night. B/L/D
Day 10: Mt Augustus – Meekatharra
We commence our walk up Mount Augustus fairly early this morning. Depending on your ability, we can take the "summit" walk or the "gorge" walk. The gorge walk is far more difficult than the summit walk. Good Luck! Then drive to Meekatharra for the night - along the way we visit Mt Gould Police Station and Jail (no longer operational). B/L/D
Day 11: Meekatharra – Laverton
From Meeka we travel through Wiluna and Leonora to Laverton for the night. Keep your eyes open for the magnificent Wedge Tailed Eagles.B/L/D
Wedge Tailed Eagle
Day 12: Laverton – Warakurna
Leaving the sealed road behind us we travel on the Great Central Highway through Tjukayirla (“The most isolated Roadhouse in Australia”) to Warakurna for the night. B/L/D
Day 13: Warakurna – Alice Springs
Continuing on our dirt road we cross into the Northern Territory, through Yulara where we will be able to see Kata Tjuta and Uluru from a distance (but visit them on the return leg). Then on to Alice Springs for the night B/L/D
Uluru at Sunset
Day 14: Alice Springs – Alice Springs
Today is a free day for you to do as you wish in Alice Springs. Some of the things you may want to consider doing (besides catching up on your washing) may be a visit to the School of the Air; the Royal Flying Doctor Service; (both excellent examples of how remote Australia outback is and the requirements for living in this isolated country. Other places include the Olive Pink Botanic Gardens, Alice Springs Desert Park, Frontier Camel Farm and perhaps even Alice Springs Winery.B/L/D
Day 15: Alice Springs – Redbank Gorge
Leaving “civilisation” behind again we travel into the West MacDonnell National Park visiting Simpson Gap, Standley Chasm, and Ormiston Gorge: then onto Redbank Gorge for a bush camp for the night. B/L/D
Day 16: Redbank Gorge – Palm Valley
From Redbank Gorge we visit Gosse Bluff and into Palm Valley. After lunch we really 4wd into the valley itself and see these amazing palms. B/L/D
Palm Valley Road
Day 17: Palm Valley – Yulara
Back out on the “track” we take the dirt “road”, visiting Kings Canyon and then onto Yulara for the night. B/L/D
Day 18: Yulara – Warakurna
We spend the morning at Uluru and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) then we make our way back to Western Australia for the night at Warakurna again. B/L/D
Day 19: Warakurna – Laverton
Leaving Warakurna we travel through Warburton and eventually get back onto some sealed road at Laverton for the night. B/L/D
Day 20: Laverton – Southern Cross
Finally a bit of respite from the gravel road, we make our way to Kalgoorlie where we have a look at “The Super Pit” mine from the lookout and to Southern Cross for our last night. B/L/D
Super Pit Mine
Day 21: Southern Cross – Perth
Packing up for the last time we arrive back in Perth after an amazing 21 days of the real Australia Outback tour. B/L.
To book or inquire about your 21 Day Australian outback Tour Contact Us or ring Ian on 0437 948 535.
Just be warned it is best to do this tour in any month without an "R" in it May-August - September maybe okay. Other times of the year, it will be too hot or too wet. However, if you are game so are we (up to a point).
Haven't got the time for all 21 days of our Australia outback tour, but still want to visit some of this? Tell us what you want and we will design a tour to suit you.