Take the opportunity to “leave the kids behind” and get away for a long weekend tour. Alternatively, it is really a great chance to take the kids with you for an all inclusive family holiday. We will even have some educational material for the kids to try to get their heads around. Check out the family value here! (I know what it is like trying to afford a holiday with all the family – I have 4 of the “lovely darlings” :-)
Our morning sees us leaving the departure point at Wellington Street tourist bus area (opposite Queen Street) in Perth at 7.00am for our long weekend tour. We travel North up Mitchell Freeway joining the Brand Hwy stopping for lunch along the way. After lunch we continue on heading north and arrive at Monkey Mia, set up the tent, enjoy the pool, hot tub, beach or just relax. The hotel is part of the complex and you can enjoy a couple before retiring for the night. Today is a lot of driving - in excess of 850km or over 500 miles.
We stay at Monkey Mia Caravan Park with full access of all facilities including laundry, shower, toilet and swimming pool with hot tub. L/D
Day 2: Monkey Mia – Kalbarri
A leisurely breakfast gives us a chance to meet the world famous Bottle Nosed Dolphins. After viewing the Dolphins in their natural environment we leave Monkey Mia and travel to Shell Beach and the Stromatolites for lunch. After lunch we head south to Kalbarri via the Kalbarri National Park where we stop off for a visit to Ross Graham and Hawk's Head lookout.
Tonight we stay at Kalbarri. Here you will have full access of all facilities including shower, toilet and swimming pool. B/L/D
Day 3: Kalbarri – Home
After leaving Kalbarri we call in and visit Natural Bridge on the way to Nambung National Park, the setting of the mysterious Pinnacles. We stroll around these spectacular limestone formations.
The Pinnacles are actually wind carved limestone Pinnacles ranging from less than 1 metre (yard) to over 3 metres (yards) high. They were formed 25 to 30,000 years ago from the deposits of shell left behind when the sea receded. Time, erosion and the winds have combined to form these Pinnacles. When seen against their background of golden sand, it is reminiscent of ancient ruins. B/L
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