AU Adelaide to Perth Overland Group Tour 10D/9N


  • From $5,250.00*
  • 10 (Approx.)




Join our Adelaide to Perth overland tour across the southern coastline of Australia. This all-inclusive, small-group tour is a 10-day, 4,000 km journey. Be chauffeured by an expert guide in an Executive four-wheel-drive. Enjoy mouth-watering seafood and take in the incredible coastline of the Eyre Peninsula. Feel the vastness of this great land as you travel across the mighty Nullarbor and stand on the ‘Edge of Australia’ at the Head of Bight. Walk the footprint-free white sandy beaches of Esperance, taste your way around Margaret River and explore the ancient forests of the south-west of Western Australia. Nature lovers will be thrilled by wildlife encounters such as swimming with wild sea lions and dolphins or coming face-to-face with a great white shark. At the end of each day, sit back and relax over a tantalising meal of local produce and matching wines.


  • Relax on an Electric Boat Cruise around Port Lincoln Marina
  • Feast on the world’s most delectable Coffin Bay Oysters
  • Dine in premium restaurants tasting world-class local produce and wine
  • Take a unique Stargazing Tour whilst staying at an outback wilderness retreat
  • Experience the jaw-dropping scenery of the Great Australian Bight
  • Meet the kangaroos of Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park
  • Walk among the ancient forests of Valley of the Giants
  • Taste the wine and produce of the Margaret River region
  • Engage with Indigenous culture at Koomal Dreaming


Day 1 - Adelaide to Port Lincoln. You will be transferred from your Adelaide accommodation bright and early to catch your flight to Port Lincoln, arriving 45 minutes later. Your expert guide will greet you and give you an overview of what exciting things are to come on your journey across the South Coast of Australia. After a little exploring around Port Lincoln, you will enjoy a tantalising lunch of local seafood harvest at an award-winning seafood restaurant. Next, board the ‘Tesla’, a unique electric canal cruiser. Enjoy a tranquil cruise around Port Lincoln’s Marina and learn about Australia’s largest commercial fishing fleet. Explore some stunning coastline before visiting Mikkira Station, home of a wild koala population. After a full day of exploring it’s time to relax and enjoy dinner. Driving distance today is around 150km and you’ll spend the night at the award-winning Port Lincoln Hotel.

Day 2 - Coffin Bay (or Optional Great White Shark Experience). Mosey up the coast to the seaside town of Coffin Bay for the Coffin Bay Oyster Farm Tour, the only one of its kind in Australia. Put on some waders and sit down to feast on the world-renowned Coffin Bay oysters, plucked straight out of the ocean. After lunch, head up the West Coast of the Eyre Peninsula exploring beautiful sights such as Locks Well and Talia Caves. Then it’s onward to the business base at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat where you’ll join company owners Hassie and Jo for an Aussie campfire feast. After dinner, head out on a Nocturnal Wildlife & Stargazing Tour giving you a chance to see the beautiful southern skies and native wildlife at its most active. Today travel approximately 250 km and tonight sleep in a fully self-contained cottage at Coodlie Park. Alternative Day 2 Itinerary – Great White Experiences (Optional Extra). Those who love aquatic wildlife, and/or are seeking an adrenaline rush, can choose the full day optional experience of coming face-to-face with the majestic, Great White Shark. There are two operators offering different types of experiences: From staying dry in a revolutionary glass viewing aqua sub, to the more extreme option of entering the cage. Prices range from $350 to $564 depending on your choice. 

Day 3 - Baird Bay & Ceduna. It’s up early today for an inspiring coastal walk around Venus Bay where we often see dolphins surfing in the waves. Next, it’s time for a tour highlight, swimming with Australian sea lions and dolphins in sheltered Baird Bay. The puppy dogs of the sea will splash, twist and twirl all around you and the magical dolphins won’t disappoint either. This optional extra is just $180 pp and is available from September to May. If this tour is not operating, or you’d rather stay on dry land, we offer an alternative itinerary. After lunch at Streaky Bay, we spend time at our signature stop, Perlubie Beach. As we take in this pristine landscape, we’ll sample fresh oysters and local wines, before checking into our accommodation in the seaside town of Ceduna. Today we travel 180 km and stay in the 5-Star Eco Villas at Shelly Beach Caravan Park.

Day 4 - Head of Bight and Nullarbor. Experience Indigenous culture at the Ceduna Aboriginal Culture Centre before making our way to the magnificent Head of Bight, Australia’s ultimate coastal lookout. In the months of June to October, you’ll be able to see the amazing spectacle of up to 120 Southern Right Whales and their young frolicking in the waters of the Great Australian Bight Marine Park. You have the option to do a scenic flight over the Head of Bight – the longest continuous cliff coastline in the Southern Hemisphere. Next, get ready to be immersed into the real Australian outback as we begin our journey across the 1660 km Nullarbor Plain. That might sound like a long way but there are plenty of stops along the way. You’ll even have the opportunity to play golf on the longest golf course in the world, the Nullarbor Links. Today we clock up a few clicks travelling 550 km. Tonight stay in an iconic Outback Roadhouse Motel in Border Village, just a few kilometres from Western Australia.

Day 5 - The Nullarbor & Esperance. Hit the road early as we continue to make our way across the Nullarbor Plain into Western Australia. Wind your clock back 1.5 hours and be entertained by your guide as you enjoy the changing landscapes. Enjoy a short visit to Eucla Telegraph Station ruins to stretch your legs. Go off-road, four-wheel driving along the Balladonia Track towards Esperance seeing some historical sites along the way. Today, we clock up the most kilometres, driving 900 km. We’ll arrive in beautiful Esperance in the evening and spend two nights at the Bay of Isles Motel. Enjoy your evening meal at a local restaurant overlooking a turquoise ocean. 

Day 6 - Cape Le Grand National Park. Words cannot describe the absolute beauty you are going to experience today. Located approximately 50 km east of Esperance, Cape Le Grand is one of Western Australia’s most spectacular national parks. It features blindingly white sandy beaches with sand so fine it squeaks between your toes. Wildlife is in abundance including the iconic sunbathing kangaroos at Lucky Bay who are always up for a photo opportunity. Swim, bush-walk and reconnect with nature today. Tonight we’ll stay back in Esperance and enjoy dining at a local restaurant. Just 80 km to travel today.

Day 7 - South West Coast & Albany. It’s more breathtaking scenery today as we head from Esperance through the beautiful Stirling Ranges. If you are lucky to be travelling during wildflower season it will look even more picture perfect. Travel into the oldest mountain range in the world – the Porongurups, to take a spectacular walk through the forest to Castle Rock for jaw-dropping views. As we make our way along some amazing coastline towards Albany, we’ll stop at Torndirrup National Park to be wowed by The Gap and Natural Bridge. Once in Albany, we’ll discover the township and its rich culture. Explore Mt. Clarence and the National Anzac Centre before checking into our motel accommodation. Enjoy a great meal at Due South overlooking the sea. Today we travel around 550 km.

Day 8 - Denmark & Walpole. After breakfast, we’ll set off towards Denmark, a gorgeous town nestled on the banks of the Denmark River. Here we’ll grab a coffee before making our way towards William Bay National Park to see the paradise that is Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks. If the weather is warm it’s the perfect place for a dip. Next, we’ll head inland to the old growth forests of the Walpole Wilderness region. At the iconic Valley of the Giants, we’ll do the Ancient Empire and Treetop Canopy walks. Arriving into Margaret River in the evening, we’ll settle into our accommodation at the Margaret River Beach Resort and enjoy a delicious meal at The Common Restaurant. Today we travel around 400 km.

Day 9 - Margaret River. After breakfast at a favourite local café overlooking the Indian Ocean, we’ll have some time to explore the quaint township of Margaret River and its eclectic craft and produce stores. The rest of the day your taste buds will be in heaven as we taste our way around the region. Visit cellar doors, a chocolate factory, cheese factory and boutique brewery. But the highlight today will be a delectable lunch at the world-renowned Vasse Felix, Margaret River’s founding wine estate. Spend the night back in Margaret River feeling satisfied from all the delicious produce and wine! Today we travel within the Margaret River region totalling just 80 km.

Day 10 - Margaret River to Perth. It’s time to say goodbye to Margaret River as you are off to have one of the best Indigenous experiences in Australia at Koomal Dreaming. Journey deep into Ngilgi Cave where you’ll be mesmerised by a live didgeridoo performance, storytelling and traditional fire-making during this fascinating 2.5-hour cultural tour. As your 10-day journey draws to an end we’ll visit one last spectacular white sandy beach in Dunsborough before grabbing a coffee at the popular holiday town of Busselton. Here you will see the longest jetty in the world. We’ll arrive in Perth around dinner time where we will drop you at your pre-booked accommodation. On the last day of your 10-day journey, we’ll travel 300 km into Perth.


  • Flight – Adelaide to Port Lincoln
  • Accommodation – 9 nights 
  • All entry fees, national park fees and activities unless stated as an optional extra experience
  • All meals and beverages 
  • Airport transfers in Adelaide 
  • Transport – executive 4WD
  • Local guide and expert knowledge


  • Any items of a personal nature.
  • Any meals or drinks not specified in inclusions.
  • Anything not included in the list of inclusions (above).
  • Domestic flights, unless specified in inclusions.
  • Laundry.
  • Travel insurance.

Note, we can arrange all travel to and from tour locations, quote for group bookings, and tailor any packages as required.


  • Prices may vary due subject to availability and accommodation type, number of travellers and activities.

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