10 Day Perth to Adelaide Adventure Tour

Experience Australia’s ultimate roadtrip & swag camping adventure with incredible wildlife encounters across 10 days
Perth, Australia
10 Days 9 Nights
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What's Included

  • Get up to $190 cash back per person when you book with us

  • A 10-day adventure across the Australian Outback

  • Travel from Perth to Adelaide

  • All accommodation: Swag camping with basic facilities (8 nights), Bush camp with no facilities (1 night)

  • Meals: 9 Breakfasts, 10 Lunches, 9 Dinners

  • Marvel at the ancient Wave Rock 

  • Invigorating morning hike up East Mt. Baron

  • Join a variety of walks in Cape Le Grand National Park

  • Visit the Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre

  • Enjoy sandboarding in Streaky Bay

  • Unearth the natural highlights of Port Lincoln

  • Join a 2 hr learn-to-surf lesson in FisheriesBay

  • Indulge in wine tasting in the Clare Valley

  • All National Park and entry fees

  • Transport on board an air-conditioned coaster bus

What to Expect

Escape to secluded beaches where the white sand squeaks and the sunburnt outback country is dusted with vivid ochre dirt on the ultimate Perth to Adelaide camping tour.


The epic crossing from west to the south is lined with 'why didn't I get here sooner?' landscapes, from the pristine coastline of Esperance to the expansive plains of the Nullarbor and towering peaks of the FlindersRanges.


As you traverse from coast to coast, fill your days swimming at Australia's best beaches, surfing epic dunes, hiking ancient mountain ranges and getting to know the local wildlife. Then, come nightfall, gaze up at the clearest night skies in Australia and wake to milky sunrises across the untamed country before you embark on another adventure-filled day.


Day 1: Perth to Fitzgerald River National Park


Your Perth to Adelaide camping tour begins travelling east from the city over the Darling Ranges, stopping for coffee at Western Australia's oldest inland town, York.


A bit more driving, and you'll be eating lunch in the shadow of Wave Rock and, by late afternoon, setting up camp in Fitzgerald River National Park. This is one of Australia's largest and most botanically significant national parks, renowned for its rugged hinterland, coastal scenery and more than 1,800 beautiful and rare plant species.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 10 hrs
Accommodation: Swag camp at Fitzgerald River National Park, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 2: Fitzgerald River to Cape Le Grand National Park


Begin the morning with a brisk hike up East Mt. Baron for breathtaking views, then take the coastal route into Esperance, an iconic oceanic wonderland. This part of Western Australia has no less than nine national parks where you'll find some of the best beaches in the world.


Set up camp where the bush meets the beach at Cape Le Grand, your base, for two nights. Spend the afternoon hiking, swimming in turquoise waters, or simply just soaking up the serenity.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 2 hrs 30 mins
Accommodation: Swag camp at Cape Le Grand, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 3: Cape Le Grand National Park


Sunrise is a sacred time here and is also when the friendly western grey kangaroos are most active. Wander onto the beach to say hello before strapping on your hiking boots to embark on one of the best hikes of the tour – climbing Frenchman Peak for sweeping views across Cape Le Grand and Recherche Archipelago.


Spend the remainder of the day unearthing this incredible park. Traverse through lush bushland, swim at fantastic bays and coves and learn about its abundant flora and fauna.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 10 mins
Accommodation: Swag camp at Cape Le Grand, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 4: Cape Le Grand National Park to The Nullarbor


Rise with the sun and hit the road. By nightfall, you'll fall asleep under the star-filled outback skies of the Nullarbor.


En route, stop at the quintessential outback town of Norseman for breakfast before you traverse the Eyre Highway eastbound, taking in Australia's longest straight road, 90 Mile Straight. Watch the ever-changing landscapes from your window as your guide regales the history and stories that make this land unique.


Tonight, gaze up at distant galaxies on a real bush camping experience on the Nullarbor.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 10 hrs
Accommodation: Bushcamp on the Nullarbor (no facilities)


Day 5: The Nullarbor & Great Australian Bight to Fowlers Bay


Today the journey continues crossing the outback of the mighty Nullarbor, stopping at Eucla, an old telegraph township now mostly buried beneath dunes.


Classic Australian sights stretch out before you on the road today. Keep your camera ready for iconic photo opportunities at the famous camels, kangaroos and wombats crossing road signs and the edge of Australia, where the outback drops dramatically into the Southern Ocean. Stretching approximately 200 kilometres along the Great Australian Bight, Bunda Cliffs are the world's longest continuous line of sea cliffs.


Further on, unearth a piece of Australian history as you cross the Dingo Fence. At 5,614 kilometres, it is the world's longest fence and marks the entry point to the Yalata Aboriginal lands. Finally, in the afternoon, arrive at Fowlers Bay.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 7 hrs
Accommodation: Swag camp at Fowlers Bay, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 6: Fowlers Bay to Eyre Peninsula's West Coast


This morning, unearth some pristine coastal sights, including a legendary surf break and the iconic pink lake, Lake MacDonnell. Then, visit the Ceduna Arts and Cultural Centre to hear about the styles and meanings of Indigenous artwork.


After stocking up on supplies in Streaky Bay, test out your sand boarding skills in some massive dunes. Come late afternoon, you'll arrive at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat to enjoy a barbecue feast and roll out your swag in a unique outdoor hut.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 8 hrs
Accommodation: Outdoor hut camp at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat, Pork Kenny, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 7: Pork Kenny to Baird Bay & Mikkira Station


Today, you'll have the option to dive into glassy waters and swim with wild sea lions and dolphins on a 3-hour cruise in the sheltered waters of Baird Bay. This optional experience is an outsourced adventure operated by Baird Bay Eco Tours.


Those who choose to stay on land will travel to Point Labatt Conservation Park, the only place on the mainland where you can see Australian seal pups playing and resting on the beach.


After lunch, travel to Elliston for a short coastal drive, then onto MikkiraStation to set up camp for two nights. This private property is home to the Eyre Peninsula's only wild koala population, with around 170 koalas and lots of kangaroos and emus calling Mikkira home. Head to a nearby beach for a swim and soak in the sunset before dinner at the campsite. Tonight, fall asleep under koala-filled gum trees.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 4 hrs 30 min
Accommodation: Outdoor hut camp at Mikkira Station, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 8: Port Lincoln & Coffin Bay


Unearth the natural highlights of Port Lincoln and its surroundings, including the rugged Whalers Way and white sandy beaches of Coffin Bay National Park. You'll also have time to explore Australia's Seafood Capital, Port Lincoln.


After a full day of exploring, return back to your new koala friends at Mikkira Station for a camp dinner and rest.


If you want to get up close and personal with the aquatic wildlife, you can join an optional Great White Shark experience. This is an outsourced activity not included in the itinerary and needs to be booked directly with the operator. 


After a full day of exploring, return to your new koala friends at Mikkira Station for a camp dinner and rest.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 2 hrs 30 min
Accommodation: Outdoor hut camp at Mikkira Station, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 9: Port Lincoln to Flinders Ranges


Surfing is a way of life in Australia, so today, you'll pull on a wetsuit for a 2 hr learn-to-surf lesson. The turquoise and calm water of FisheriesBay is the perfect place for beginners to perfect their skills. Those not wanting to surf can relax on the beach or swim.


Then, it's onwards to the ancient Southern Flinders Ranges to set up camp in Mt. Remarkable National Park.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 4 hrs 
Accommodation: Outdoor hut camp at Mt Remarkable, which has toilet and shower facilities


Day 10: Flinders Ranges to Adelaide


On the last morning of the tour, embark on a hike at Davey's Gully before you begin the final leg of the tour back to Adelaide.


South Australia is well known for its world-class wine, and the last stop of the tour takes full advantage of this. Pull up in the Clare Valley wine region, world-renowned for its Riesling, for lunch and a wine tasting and cheers to your adventure before finally arriving in Adelaide around 5 pm.


Transport: Air-conditioned coaster bus – approx. 5 hrs 


What to expect


This is a camping tour, and involvement from the passengers is required. To get the most from this experience, you will need to enjoy the outdoors, hiking, and cope with extreme weather conditions. Camping on this tour is at a mixture of national parks and campgrounds.


When camping, you'll use single swags. Swags are 'Aussie Bed Rolls' made from sturdy canvas with a mattress built into the swag. Passengers need to provide a sleeping bag and pillow to insert into the swag. The wet weather option is a 3-person dome tent shared by two people.


A good fitness level is required on this adventure tour, 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.


Departure info

Departs from the meeting point at the Tourist Bus Stop, Horseshoe Bridge, Wellington St, Perth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Australia has a relaxed attitude to standards of dress. However, depending on the time of year you are travelling, you may need to be prepared for the extremes. Temperatures in Southern Australia in winter (June, July, and August) can get quite cold, with daytime temperatures from 10 to 18 degrees Celsius and nighttime temperatures can reach zero. Please ensure you pack appropriately. You’ll be nice and snug when travelling in the vehicles and staying in your accommodation but for the outdoor activities you’ll need warm jackets and a raincoat, just in case.


In summer, daytime temperatures can be extreme from November to April, generally in the 30s but sometimes reaching over 40 degrees Celsius. Be prepared to endure extra physical stress due to the heat at these times, especially while on walks. If travelling in summer, we recommend that you bring loose, cool, cotton clothing to protect yourself from the harsh sun. A sun hat, sunscreen and sunglasses are a must.

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Small group tours and charters depending on group size will travel in a Toyota Commuter (14 people) or Toyota Coaster Bus (20 people).


Something to keep in mind is here in Australia everyone is used to driving long distances on holiday, but you may not be. Take for example our 10-day Perth to Adelaide trip, this is about the same distance from Spain to Poland. Yes, it’s a big country! However, that’s why seeing Australia from the ground is better. It's a country that has it all; stunning coastline and beaches, the outback, tropical rainforests, and some seriously amazing landscapes and wildlife. While you may spend some days in the vehicle a little longer than others getting to the next destination, it’s worth it!

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The Operator is happy to cater to passengers with most special diets but these and or food allergies MUST be informed at the time of booking. Some of the food for the trip is purchased prior to commencement and special requirements cannot be catered for after departing. If you have not notified The Operator prior to departure, you may be asked to pay for any additional food yourself. Many of the meals are at restaurants, so it is also beneficial if your guide can advise them prior to your arrival.

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A good fitness level is required on our adventure tours, 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.

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Terms & Conditions:

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

  • This tour requires a minimum of six people to operate

  • All passengers must complete an online check-in which includes a ‘Fit for Travel’ self-declaration to confirm they are free from illness

  • It is recommended children under 12 years do not travel on the swag camping tours due to the adventure-based activities in the itineraries. Passengers under the age of 18 years old need to be accompanied by an adult or caregiver

  • Australia has many dangerous creatures, extreme weather conditions and often varying terrain. Safety is the  number one priority, and all guides are highly trained to ensure passenger safety at all times. All passengers participating in the tours do so at their own risk, and no responsibility can be accepted by The Operator for any loss, injury or accident. Passengers are responsible for any additional costs involved should such instances occur. All passengers will be required to sign a liability waiver before departure

Cancellation Policy:

A cancellation will only be effective when The Operator receives written confirmation of the cancellation. Please be aware different cancellation conditions apply when booking through third-party travel agents. If you cancel a tour, the following conditions apply:

Extended Tours

  • Cancellations 31 days or more before departure there are two options. The Operator can provide a 100% travel credit with a validity of three years from the purchase date. Or they can provide a 100% refund less any unrecoverable third-party costs that have already been paid
  • Cancellations between 15 and 30 days before departure: we will provide a 100% travel credit with a validity of three years from the purchase date
  • Cancellations between 4 and 14 days before departure: we will provide a 50% travel credit with a validity of three years from the purchase date
  • Cancellations within 3 days before departure or failure to board the tour: will incur a 100% cancellation fee
  • If you join the tour after departure or leave before completion, no refunds will be made

Pickup Locations

  • Tourist Bus Stop Perth @ 7:00AM

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