Westküste von Perth nach Broome Australien

Westküste von Perth nach Broome

  • Erkundung der faszinierenden Felsformationen in der Pinnacles Desert
  • Delfine in Monkey Mia
  • Murchison Gorge, Nature's Window und Z-Bend im Kalbarri Nationalpark
  • Schnorcheln in der Turquoise Bay / Exmouth
  • Outback-Oase Karijini Nationalpark mit Wasserfällen, Schluchten und Felsenpools
  • Übernachtung auf entlegenen Buschcamps
  • Vielfältige Wanderungen mit erfahrenem Naturguide
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen

9 Tage Australien

Diese Westaustralien Abenteuertour durch die unberührte Wildnis zwischen Perth und Broome wird deiner Kamera keine Pause gönnen! Fühle den Sand zwischen deinen Zehen am Cable Beach, genieße Sonnenuntergänge am Lagerfeuer, schwimme an den Wasserfällen im Karijini Nationalpark, schwimme mit riesigen Walhaien und Mantarochen, schnorchle am Ningaloo Reef, verbringe die Nächte unter freiem Himmel und freunde dich mit den Delfinen von Monkey Mia an! Unterwegs mit einem Allradfahrzeug ist uns auch der Zugang zu abgelegenen Stränden und Buschcamps möglich. Auf dieser Reise erwarten dich jede Menge Abenteuer und Aktivitäten. Die Westküste von Australien wird dich begeistern!

1. Tag: Perth - Nambung Nationalpark / Pinnacles - Kalbarri Nationalpark - Murchison Station Bush Camp
2. Tag: Kalbarri Nationalpark - Shark Bay / Monkey Mia
3. Tag: Monkey Mia - Coral Bay
4. Tag: Coral Bay - Exmouth
5. Tag: Exmouth Peninsula / Yardi Creek Station
6. Tag: Yardi Creek Station - Karijini Nationalpark
7.-8. Tag: Karijini Nationalpark
9. Tag: Pilbara Region - Broome

Leistungen enthalten

  • Westaustralien Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transport im klimatisierten Allradfahrzeug
  • Komplette Camping- und Kochausrüstung (außer Schlafsack)
  • Nationalparkgebühren
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen gemäß Reiseverlauf

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Schlafsack
  • Visum Australien
  • Reiseversicherungen
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgelder
  • Optionale Ausflüge und Aktivitäten
  • Flughafentransfers

Unterbringung

8x Camping

Die Nächte werden hauptsächlich in Buschcamps in der Wildnis verbracht. Wir schlafen unter dem Sternenhimmel oder in „Swags“ (Outdoor-Bett mit Matratze, Decke und Kissen). Daher stehen keine oder nur sehr einfache sanitäre Einrichtungen zur Verfügung. Wir führen jedoch eine tragbare Toilette mit uns, die gemeinschaftlich genutzt wird. An den Reisetag halten wir unterwegs oft an Orten, an denen Toiletten vorhanden sind (z.B. Tankstellen, Visitor Center im Nationalpark).

Verpflegung


8x Frühstück
9x Mittagessen
8x Abendessen

Tourbegleitung

Erfahrener englischsprachiger Tourguide

Ein ausgezeichnet ausgebildeter Tourguides mit Insiderwissen über Flora, Fauna, Geschichte der Aborigines und Geologie der Region wird dich auf dieser Reise begleiten.

Transportarten

Allradfahrzeug

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

Bitte kontaktiere uns - wir buchen dir gerne eine günstige Unterkunft vor/nach der Tour

Flughafentransfer

Abholung von Unterkünften im Stadtzentrum von Perth an Tag 1
Day 1: Perth to Murchison Station Bush Camp
We pick up in Perth City at 6am and Northbridge at 6.20am, getting out of the city nice and early our first stop is Nambung National Park, home of the Pinnacles. From here we continue our trek north to Kalbarri National Park, we explore some of the coastal areas of Kalbarri in the afternoon which can include sections of the Bigurda Trail & Eagle Gorge. After a bit of outdoor action we’ll head for our first bush camp of the tour. Our bush camping is something which sets us apart and one of the great experiences that we will have on tour. We seek out camping spots which are located in beautiful wilderness areas and immerse ourselves in the landscape. Where possible we have a campfire and we use swags and tents, swags can be used under the stars or in the tents. Our first campsite is located on private property along the Murchison River.

Highlights:
- Nambung National Park
- Pinnacles Desert
- Kalbarri Coast
- Camp: Private Wilderness Camp on Station Country – River Side
- Activities: Hiking approx 3km 
Meals included : Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Murchison House Station Bush Camp to Shell Beach Bush Camp
The beauty of bush camping is that we rise with the sun and get moving early. From our river camp we head back into Kalbarri National Park where we explore the inland gorges of the park including Murchison Gorge & Nature's Window. From Kalbarri we head north towards Shark Bay and Monkey Mia, we visit Hemelin Pool, Shell beach before settling down to another night around the campfire.

Highlights:
- Kalbarri National Park
- Murchison Gorge & Z Bend
- Nature's Window
- Hemelin Pool
- Shell Beach
Camp: Private Wilderness Camp on Station Country – Coastal
Activities: Hiking approx 3 - 6km 
Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Monkey Mia to Coral Bay
We rise nice and early and head for Monkey Mia to meet the dolphins. Arriving at Monkey Mia we spend some quality time with the Dolphins and participate in a feeding session. Wild dolphins have been visiting the shoreline at Monkey Mia virtually every day for over 40 years, making this spot in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area one of the best and most reliable places for dolphin interaction in the world. The dolphin interactions are regulated by rangers and a few lucky visitors are selected to hand-feed the dolphins a small amount of fish. From Monkey Mia we wave goodbye to our aquatic friends and head for Coral Bay. Our camp is only accessible by 4WD so we take on some sand dunes and stop in a Hemelin Pool and Shell Beach. We access another private wilderness camp under the stars, complete with sunset, stars and campfire.

Highlights:
- Shark Bay & Monkey Mia
- Camp: Bush Camp or Campground
Activities: Short Walks, total approx 2km 
Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Coral Bay to Exmouth / Yardie Creek Homestead Bush Camp
We spend all day at Coral Bay where there is a variety of activities to suit all tastes and budgets, including; Relaxing and swimming on the beach, Hiring snorkels and exploring the bay, Joining a Manta Ray Snorkeling Boat Cruise or Joining a Whale Shark Snorkeling Boat Cruise (in season). In the afternoon we head back to our camp on the Exmouth Peninsula.

Highlights:
- Coral Bay – Free day relaxing or optional snorkel hire & boat cruises
- Camp: Private Wilderness Camp on Station Country – Coastal
- Activities: Swimming, Snorkeling & Boat Cruises 
Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Exmouth Peninsula
From our Coral Bay camp we head a short distance north to the town of Exmouth and the Cape Range National Park
Today you have the chance to jump on a boat cruise of your own choice to go snorkelling, diving, search for whale sharks (in season) or Manta Rays, (boat cruises are at your own expense). For those not cruising we explore the peninsula including a special places lie Turquoise Bay, where the coral reef comes right up to the beach, we spend quality time here exploring the reef where we see tropical fish and if lucky turtles and dolphins. In addition to Turquoise Bay the Cape Range National Park is home to Yardie Creek, a coastal gorge where there is a great hike and more swimming opportunities. We access another private wilderness camp right on the Exmouth Bay and enjoy some time under the stars and around the campfire.

Highlights:
- Exmouth Peninsula
- Turquoise Bay
- Yardie Creek
- Camp: Yardie Creek Station
Activities: Swimming, Snorkeling & Hiking approx 3km 
Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Yardie Creek Station to Karijini National Park
Today we say goodbye to the West Coast for a few days and head inland to the spectacular Karijini National Park. Karijini is regularly voted as a highlight of the trip and we spend the final days of the tour exploring the spectacular gorges and waterfalls of this highly rated destination. We spend 2 nights in the National Park Campground which gives us easy access to the plethora of amazing places to swim, hike and explore. Due to our small group size we don’t muck around and are normally able to get to Karijini, set up camp and still have time to do some exploring and swimming at Circular Pool on day 6. 

Highlights:
- Karijini National Park
- Circular Pool – Karijini
- Camp: Bush Camp, National Park Facility
- Activities: Swimming, Hiking approx 3km
Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Explore Karijini National Park
We have the next 2 days to explore what many people rate as their favourite Australian destination, Karijini National Park. Slot canyons, deep gorges and waterfalls abound in this outback oasis. Tour participants also have the opportunity to join a canyoning tour (at own expense) for 1 of these days, enabling them to explore some of the the areas restricted to rope access only. Day 7 we normally head over the Weano area where we find: Weano Gorge, Hancock Gorge, Red Gorge and Handrail Pool. There is so much to explore and some great hiking and swimming for the whole day. At the end of Day 7 we return to camp and cook up another feast.

Highlights:
- Karijini National Park
- Weano Gorge
- Hancock Gorge
- Red Gorge
- Handrail Pool
Camp: Bush Camp, National Park Facility
Activities: Swimming, Hiking up to 10km 
Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Karijini National Park to Boney Downs Station
On day 8 we normally check out the East Karijini delights of Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool & Dales Gorge. Again an action packed day exploring, hiking and swimming. In the afternoon we head off a short distance to our final wilderness camp for the tour, some beautiful and rugged Pilbara country just to the east of Karijini National Park, again we have a private spot located on a cattle station where we can crank up the campfire and cook up a feast.

Highlights:
- Fortescue Falls
- Fern Pool
- Dales Gorge
- Camp: Private Wilderness Camp on Station Country – Pilbara Ranges
Activities: Swimming, Hiking up to 6km 
Meals included : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Pilbara region to Cable Beach / Broome
Today we push through the Pilbara region via Marble Bar, home to the famous Iron Clad Hotel where we can stop for a refreshment and good Aussie hospitality. Marble Bar is a unique outback town with a strong history, it also claims the title of Australia’s hottest town, summers are always up there in the high 40’s however back in 1922, long before anyone had invented air conditioning it got to a whopping 49.2C! We gradually leave the rugged Pilbara behind us on a network or dirt roads and emerge back to the west coast near 80 mile beach south of Broome. After a refreshing swim we push on to Broome where we finish our expedition with a swim and classic Cable Beach Sunset.

Highlights:
- 80 Mile Beach
- 4WD is required today to access 80 Mile
- Beach Bush Camp Bore Line
Zurzeit sind leider keine Reisen verfügbar.
Anforderungen
Auf dieser Abenteuerreise erwartet dich ein etwas anderes Erlebnis entlang der Westküste Australiens. Wenn du über eine große Abenteuerlust verfügst und Komfortverzicht für dich keine Thema ist, dann bist du auf dieser Reise genau richtig. Der Transport im Allradfahrzeug gehört zwar nicht zu den komfortabelsten Reisearten, jedoch erreichen wir mit diesem Fahrzeug auch entlegene Regionen.
Statt einer Dusche nutzen wir das Meer und natürliche Pools für unser tägliches Bad. Außerdem solltest du eine gute Fitness haben, denn die ein oder andere Wanderung ist relativ anspruchsvoll und führt über Stock und Stein oder sogar abseits vom Wanderweg.