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Do CiPPy Na rakir

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This 10 day, 4000km journey travels through some of Australia�s most diverse and wild landscapes allowing you to experience everything from the outback to ancient forests. Encounter abundant native wildlife, hike through beautiful national parks and learn about indigenous culture. This is the real Australia, let us show it to you! Operates September to April.

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From$1695 aud

Group booking discount

Tour Highlights

  • Hiking Flinders Ranges – Alligator Gorge and Warren Gorge
  • Swim with Sea Lions & Dolphins
  • Sand boarding massive dunes
  • Cape Le Grand National Park – a national treasure
  • The Stirling Ranges and Frenchmans Peak hike
  • Walk through ancient tingle forests in the Valley of the Giants
  • Koomal Dreaming Aboriginal Do CiPPy Na rakiCultural Experience
  • West Australia’s spectacular South West
  • Taste the local flavors of Ma

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  • Marvel the coastal rock formations of Albany

Tour Info

Code NT-01
  • Camping
Duration 10 Days
Price From $1695

selected days

Vehicle Mini Bus / Coaster
Suitability Open Age
Start Adelaide @ 07.00 am
Finish Perth @ 06.30 pm
Travel Insurance Required

It's an early start today as we set out from the City of Churches across the Nullarbor. Headed north, we'll stop in at Clare for a quick coffee before continuing on to the rugged gorges and Red Gums of the Flinders Ranges. Along the way there'll be the opportunity for a bit of a leg stretch on a stroll down Alligator Gorge (no crocs here, though keep an eye out for snakes), then it's on to Quorn, home of the PichiRichi Railway, for lunch. You'll be spending tonight in Warren Gorge, camped out under the stars of the Southern Cross.

As the sun is setting and while your evening meal is being prepared, you will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful Warren gorge in the Flinders Ranges. It is here that you will get the opportunity to see a Yellow-Footed rock wallaby, almost driven to extinction by introduced "Feral" animals, at Warren Gorge they are beginning to "Bounce Back!"

Today we drive approx. 400 km (4 hours) in total with stops along the way. We'll be bush camping (no facilities) and your lunch and dinner are included.

The Eyre Peninsular is one of those great many secrets people are only just discovering and once they do they are blown away! Keep your cameras at the ready for the Big Galah, an eight-metre-high fibreglass structure overlooking the gift shop in the tiny town of Kimba. After a quick pit stop for lunch, it's back on the road to Venus Bay, Talia Caves and the Lake Newland sand dunes (where adrenaline junkies can test out their sand boarding skills). In the afternoon we'll pull in to Coodlie Park for a night's stay on a working farm which is also our home base!

Tonight you will share a meal and stories with travellers from our other tours sleep in our super cool swag huts and shower facilities are available.Today we drive approx 450km (5 hours) in total with stops along the way and all meals are included.

Just up the road from Coodlie Park lies Baird Bay, an environment famed for its watery wildlife. This morning you'll get the option to swim, snorkel and splash about with playful sea lions and dolphins on a 3-hour cruise. This outsourced adventure done by Baird Bay eco tours is an optional experience and at only $160 will be an experience you will treasure forever. Following a picnic lunch on the beach, we'll continue driving along the coast to our secluded camping spot in Fowlers Bay.

Today we drive approx 5 hours in total with stops along the way and camp at Fowlers Bay campground which has shower facilities. All meals included.

Days don't get much more Australian than this one. Not only do we cross the 5,320-kilometre-long dingo fence this morning; we also take a snap or two at the famous wombat, emu, camel road sign on the Nullarbor and stop off at Bunda Cliffs to see where Australia, quite literally, drops into the ocean. Come arvo we cross the border into WA, where tonight's free entertainment is provided courtesy of the celestial sphere.

Today's distance is approx. 7 hours, with break stops. Tonight we bush camp (no facilities) under the Southern skies on the Nullarbor and all your meals are provided.

With their planetary sounding names and strewn about space junk, the small towns of Balladonia and Norseman have a slightly intergalactic atmosphere about them. Balladonia shot to worldwide fame in 1979 when the Skylab space station returned to earth here rather abruptly. After lunch we continue the drive to Esperance, which may seem like a bustling metropolis after five days in the outback.

Today we drive approx 7 hours, with stops along the way and we set up camp in spectacular Cape Le Grand National Park where you also have showers facilities. All meals included.

Crystal clear waters, squeaky white sand, expansive granite bluffs… and sunbathing kangaroos? How you spend your day here is wholly up to you: set out on a coastal bush walk, splash about in the sea, fiddle around with your camera aperture or just kick back with your new buds along the beach.

We will take a hike to Frenchman's Peak, where beautiful vistas span right across Cape Le Grand and the Recherche Archipelago. Locals reckon Frenchman's Peak was named after the shape of French naval hat, but we're not so sure.

We drive approx 10 minutes today, and walks will vary from 2-4 hours. You will have shower facilities and all meals included.

Take a morning stroll down to the beach and spot some kangaroo's then settle in for the onwards drive to our Stirling Ranges campsite.

We drive for about 4 hours today, and walk for two hours. We camp in a private campground in the Srirling Ranges where you have shower and toilet facilities and even limited phone charging! All meals included.

Today's a day for keeping cameras close and clicking fingers at the ready. Travelling along Western Australia's answer to Victoria's Great Ocean Road, you'll be treated to superb views of sun-bleached boulders, turquoise seas and dramatic red-rock cliffs shaped by eons of crashing waves and rolling tides. From the coast to the forest, we'll veer off into the Valley of the Giants for a stroll through the ancient empire walk.

It is just over 5 hours from Mt Trio to Quinninup, with stops along the way. Tonight we swag camp at a caravan park with shower and toilet facilities and all meals are provided.

Today it's time to eat, drink and be merry, tasting the delicious local fare of Margaret River. Boutique breweries, chocolate, cheese and even a fudge factory, today you will have time to browse and explore.

Today there is just a short two hour drive and all meals are included.

On the last day of the trip you'll wake to the now-familiar warble of kookaburras and cockatoos before taking the coastal road to Perth. Check out the Ngilgi caves and get the lowdown on this amazing underground world, then gain a totally different insight into local culture during a meet-up with some of the people indigenous to the area. A final stint on the road will bring us into Perth.

Today we drive approx. 5 hours and please make sure you have booked your Perth accommodation prior to departure. You'll get your breakfast and lunch and although there are no formal activities planned it is usual for the group to get together and reflect on the big journey together over a few drinks and meal (at own expense).


  • Meals - 9 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 9 dinners
  • Transport - Minibus - air-conditioned mini coach with a maximum of 18 passengers
  • Accommodation - Bush camp (no facilities) 3 nights, Camping (with basic facilities) 6 nights
  • All camping equipment (sleeping bag purchase $35 )
  • Selected CBD  Hotel pick up and drop off

Included Activities

  • All National Park entry fees
  • Head of the Bight entry and Whale watching (in season)
  • Ancient Empire Walk - Valley of the Giants
  • The Diamond Tree
  • Aboriginal Culture Dreamtime tour


  • The tour commences on Day 1 at 6.30am and finishes on arrival in Perth on day 10 at around 18:00.
  • Please bring your own sleeping bag, they are not available for purchase or hire.
  • We highly recommend you arrange optional extra activities in advance to avoid disappointment. We can help you with this at time of booking.
  • We recommend you book your Perth accommodation before you start this tour.
  • We recommend you do not book flights out of Perth after your tour until the Saturday.
  • There is very limited phone reception.
  • Our Guides do pick up from inner city hostels and hotels by prior appointment.
  • Optional Activities are Available  - Swim with sea lions and dolphins
  • No liability will be accepted for injury, sickness, loss, damage or delay however caused. Nullarbor Traveller highly recommends tha t the passengers take out travel insurance.
  • operation reserves the right to refuse to carry or continue to carry any passenger, luggage or goods.
  • Luggage restrictions apply of 1 backpack/soft travel bag per person (maximum 15 kg) and 1 piece of hand luggage. 
  • Backpack travel bags that exceed 20 kg will incur a levy of $5.00 per day. (Adelaide to Perth $50.00 - Perth to Adelaide $45.00)


We offer plenty of variety and do our best to provide fresh products - PLEASE let us know of any special dietary requirements. We also recommend to our passengers who may have a difficult diet to cater for to bring some of their own preferred foods for the journey. Snacks, soft drinks and alcohol are not included.


Our tours are camping adventures and participation and involvement is required from our passengers. Accommodation on tour is a mixture of national parks, campgrounds, bush camps (no facilities). When camping, we use individual swags provided by Nullarbor Traveller. (Our wet weather option is 3 person dome tents shared by a maximum of 2 people per tent)  We like to be flexible with our camping spots as sometimes weather conditions will dictate the best place to camp. If the weather is unreliable the guide may suggest to the group to stop in an accommodated premises - this is at the individuals own cost.

What to bring

  • Walking shoes
  • Water bottle
  • Insect repellent
  • Hat & Sunscreen  
  • Bathing suits  
  • Torch/ headlamp 
  • Rainproof jacket

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