9 Day Broome to Perth Adventure Tour

Northern Territory & West Australia Small Group Adventure


Small Groups - Max 13 Private Bush Camps - Under the stars camping at private beach and bush locations 4WD Vehicle - To access beaches and bush camps Adventure Activities - Hiking & Swimming, Option Canyoning at Karijini

Travelling the full length of the West Coast of Western Australia, this trip packs it in and is a classic expedition style of trip.

We do heaps of great things and see plenty of great places, includes lots of coastal stuff but we also head inland at the end of the trip to visit Karijini National Park, where we spend a full 2 days.

Whether it's snorkelling with Manta Rays, exploring gorges or sunning around on a deserted and beautiful beach, the west coast is sure to please.

And of course we do the whole thing in true KAT style, which means small groups, bush camping in wild places and heaps of adventure.

Booking Conditions

Age Restriction: children on request

Fitness Requirement: average

What's included

  • All food from lunch Day 1 to Lunch Day 9
  • All National Park entry fees
  • Offroad vehicle for bush and beach access
  • Dedicated tour guide
  • Pick up and drop off at accommodation in city
  • All camping gear except sleeping bag

What To Bring

  • Sleeping Bag suitable for the conditions
  • Sturdy Shoes (hiking boots or runners)
  • Shoes you can wear in the water
  • Torch / Head Lamp
  • Refillable Water bottle
  • Swimmers & Towel
  • Hat & Sunglasses
  • Light, cotton long-sleeved shirt to cover from the sun
  • Sun Screen / Insect repellent
  • Toiletries
  • iPod
  • Camera
  • Jumper / pullover for night-time
  • Pillow case


Day 1 : Broome to Marble Bar
Departing Broome nice and early we start our Adventure Today’s job is to get some distance under our belt to make the following days easy. We will stop at 80 Mile Beach for a refreshing swim in crystal blue water or to go for a stroll along the beach. This afternoon we take the back dirt roads and head out to the Pilbara region, take in the beautiful landscapes and scenery through this iron-ore mining area. Tonight we spend our first night bush camping in a remote and beautiful area by a river, get to know each other around the campfire and prepare for the next days ahead. Highlights ● 80 Mile Beach ● Drive through the Pilbara Region ● Camp: Private Wilderness Camp ● Activities: Swimming & camp; Hiking approx 3km
Meals :Lunch, Dinner

Day 2 : Marble Bar to Karijini
We wake up with the birds singing and leave our campsite to continue driving through the Pilbara region to arrive in Marble Bar, known as the hottest town in Australia. After a visit in the very small town we continue our journey to get to the famous Karijini National Park. Spend the afternoon exploring Eastern Karijini, this includes hiking and swimming in Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool and Dales Gorge. Tonight we camp in the National Park Highlights ● Fortescue Falls ● Fern Pool ● Dales Gorge ● Join an optional Astronomy tour (own expense) ● Activities: Swimming, Hiking up to 6km
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3 : Karijini National Park
On day 3 we normally head over the Karijini visitor centre and the Weano area where we find; ● Weano Gorge ● Hancock Gorge ● Knox Gorge ● Joffre Gorge There is so much to explore and some great hiking and swimming for the whole day. Tour participants also have the opportunity to join a canyoning tour (at own expense) enabling them to explore some of the areas restricted to rope access only. At the end of the day we return to camp for the night and cook up another feast. Highlights ● Knox Gorge ● Hancock Gorge ● Weano Gorge ● Joffre Gorge ● Camp: Bush Camp, National Park Facility ● Activities: Swimming & Hiking up to 10km
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4 : Karijini National Park to Exmouth
After an early morning hike at Hamersley Gorge, we say goodbye to the spectacular inland gorges of Karijini National Park and head for the Coast to Exmouth. Arriving here we stop at the Vlaming Head lighthouse to watch the sunset, then we head straight for our bush camp located amongst the Cape Range National Park. Highlights ● Hamersley Gorge ● Exmouth, Vlaming Head lighthouse ● Camp: Bush Camp ● Activities: Swimming & Hiking up to 3km
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5 : Exmouth
Spend Today exploring exmouth, You have the option to spend the day with your guide or book on a snorkelling/ diving tour on the Ningaloo Reef with the Whale Sharks. (in season/ own expense) Your guide will take you out to Turquoise Bay, which is voted one of the best beaches in Australia! Snorkel straight off the beach or enjoy some time relaxing on the beach. Exmouth also has some great hiking options, take a walk out in Yardie Creek. Highlights Exmouth Yardie Creek Turquoise Bay Camp: Bush Camp Activities: Swimming & Hiking up to 5km
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6 : Exmouth to Coral Bay
Today we visit Coral Bay, a beautiful small beach town on a Peninsula amongst part of the Ningaloo Reef. Today is free time for you to enjoy, relax, take a walk, swim in the beach, snorkel on the beach or join in on a snorkeling tour. Coral Bay is lucky to have Whale Shark tours, Mantaray tours and more! (own expense) Late afternoon everyone will re group together again and head to a camp spot for another night under the stars. Highlights Swimming in Coral Bay Optional Snorkel tours (own expense) Visit the shark nursery (seasonal)
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7 : Coral Bay to Shark Bay
Today we are leaving the Ningaloo Reef behind as we continue south to our next destination, a world heritage area called Shark Bay. See why Shark Bay is so special by taking a visit to the impressive Stromatolites and learn why they are so important to us. Next, visit Shell beach, you guessed it, this is a beach made entirely of sea shells. Spend the afternoon swimming in the extra salty and clear salt waters. Tonight, we camp nearby the beach in a private area under the stars. Spend another night around the campfire and cook up a yummy dinner together. Highlights Stromatolites Shell Beach Shark Bay
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 : Shark Bay to Kalbarri
This morning we will continue to explore Shark Bay peninsula by visiting Monkey Mia. Monkey Mia is a beautiful resort and home to the dolphins. Dolphins have been visiting here for over 50 years now and swim right up to the shore. Join a talk and dolphin experience show run by volunteers as they tell you about the dolphins and select some people to feed a fish to a dolphin. If lucky, you could be the chosen one! This afternoon, we continue down to Kalbarri and do some hiking in the National Park. Walk down to the famous postcard image of Nature’s Window. (You can't do Kalbarri without this one) We also hike the Z Bend down to the Murchison River, take a dip in the river if time allows. Tonight we will be camping in Kalbarri with views to the Indian Ocean. Highlights ● Monkey Mia ● Kalbarri National Park ● Murchison Gorge Z Bend ● Nature’s Window ● Activities: Hiking approx 4 - 6km
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9 : Kalbarri to Perth
The beauty of bush camping is that we rise with the sun and get moving early. As we leave Kalbarri we will visit the Coastal Cliffs and pass by the beautiful pink lake. This afternoon, explore the Pinnacles Desert by visiting the visitor centre to see the displays and take a walk around the Desert. See just how large this area is and see If you can figure out how this was formed! Arriving back in Perth, we will drop you off at your city accommodation Highlights Kalbarri Coastal Cliffs Nambung National Park Pinnacles Desert Pink Lake Activities: Hiking up to 3km
Meals :Breakfast, Lunch


We pick up from hostel/ hotel accommodation in Broome from 6am. Please let us know where you are staying

Please refer to *KIDS OK tour for family friendly departures, kids aged 7 and above can travel with parents. 


Optional Excursions

Optional Activities (Available to sign up on tour with your guide)

  • Adventure

Available Extras

Extra optional activities can include:

  • Canyoning at Karijini
  • stargazing in Karijini
  • snorkeling crusies in Coral Bay and Exmouth

Your tour guide will be able to book you in for anything if you choose

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Recent Independent Reviews

  • On Trip Advisor

    Best tour I've done!

    I was booked on this tour last minute after the original company I was booked with went bust, and I’m so glad it turned out that way!! I did the 9 day Broome to Perthtrip, and had the most amazing time exploring National Parks, swimming with whale sharks and manta rays, and of course the bush camping! Our guide Nicko was fantastic and it was so nice being in a small group as we all felt like family by the end. Thanks so much for the best trip!

    On Trip Advisor

    Amazing Broome-to-Perth trip!

    We are a family of 4 (kids ages 13 and almost 11) and did the inaugural 9-day Broome-to-Perth trip with Stuart in June. It was an amazing time! The trip was a good mix of different types of activities (canyon hikes, beaches, snorkling, swimming with the whale sharks, etc.), which works well for keeping kids and adults alike entertained. Since the trip was new, Stuart was still scouting out the best places to stay, and found us some *awesome* (completely deserted) bush sites, mixed in with a couple nights at sites with facilities, and even a farm where the kids could pet goats. He was also great for the kids - lots of fun, made sure they pitched in, was flexible and slowed the pace a little, and even made a cake in a pot on the camp stove for our daughter's birthday!

    Karinjini and Kalbarri are amazing, as is the whale shark experience. Even the long hours in the van (there are a lot of k's between Broome and Perth!) were enjoyable between the company and the scenery. The amazingly red dirt roads stretch to the horizon and you can travel for hours without seeing anyone. Having time for some more or longer hikes might be nice, but it's also a balancing act to try to be in Exmouth on a day with good weather for the whale shark tour.

    Overall, the tour was a fantastic experience for us. The sites and activities were incredible, we loved the small group and sleeping in swags under the stars, the food was delicious, and Stuart was great at keeping us informed and entertained. We hope to get back and do the Kimberley tour next!

    On Trip Advisor

    9days Broome to Perth camping tour

    Really fun trip from Broome to Perth, camping in swags under the stars (or in a tent if you're so inclined). Great way to see the beautiful West Coast of Australia. Highlights include gorge walking in Karinjini National Park, and visiting numerous beautiful beaches including 80mile beach, Turquoise Bay, Coral Bay and Shell Beach. By far the best part of the trip was swimming with the Whale Sharks, we were lucky enough to see a school of over 200 dolphins after finishing our swim with the whale sharks! Includes great food and led by the very fun and informative guide, Stu :-)

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    Broome to Perth 9 days - Westadventure Tours/Travelwild

    did the trip from Broome to Perth with my boyfriend and it was amazing. We were a very small group and our guide Stu made sure that we had a good time. He always asked for our opinion and let us choose what we wanted to do whenever possible. We got to decide for example if we wanted to stop at certain lookouts or if we want to take another walk or if we want to go back to the camp. We saw a lot of beautiful places along the way, starting with Karijini National Park where we did a lot of hiking and swimming. There is a lot to explore and we spent two nights in Karijini National Park. We then went to Exmouth and Turquoise Bay, which was very beautiful. We got to snorkel and to spend some free time on Turquoise Bay, where you can just walk in the water and snorkel from there. We also went to Shell Beach, the stromatolites, Kalbarri National Park, Monkey Mia and the Pinnacles. All the places were so pretty.

    I really loved the campsites where we stayed, we spent every night under the stars and most of the campsites were very empty, sometimes it even was only us there. Along the coast, we often stayed right next to the ocean, so the first thing to see in the morning was the sea.
    Stu was always in a good mood and always good for a joke, it was very funny. He also knew a lot of beautiful places along the way.
    I would totally recommend the trip, it was a very good adventure!