Western Australia Tours
Western Australia has long been seen as the wild beauty of Australia and it showcases a kaleidoscope of brilliant colours that will leave you speechless.
A Western Australia tour from Perth will introduce you to a state rich in Indigenous culture. From the rich reds of the outback, to the deep greens of the cool forests, to the iridescent blues and turquoises of the stunning coastlines, which feature some of the best beaches in the world…
Western Australia is also home to unique wildlife such as the cheeky and photogenic quokkas of Rottnest Island and features bizarre and beautiful natural wonders like Wave Rock and Esperance.
And at its heart is Perth, a cosmopolitan metropolis perched on the banks of the beautiful Swan River. It is picture-perfect with a laid-back vibe.
You can experience these highlights on Nullarbor Traveller tours. And you have a choice of touring options – you can stay in comfortable accommodations, or swag camp under the stars. Either way, you’ll have the expertise and knowledge of a passionate tour guide.
South Western Australia Camping Tours
Nullarbor Traveller offers the ultimate Aussie experience of swag camping under the stars under the beautiful southern skies. Our itineraries take in the stunning remoteness of the Cape Le Grand National Park with its crystal clear waters and sunbathing kangaroos, and the world biosphere region of Fitzgerald River National Park. Hike through the Stirling Ranges or sample the delicious delights of Margaret River visiting wineries and a chocolate factory. Yum!
With tour routes from Perth to Adelaide over 9 days or our Secrets of Esperance Tour (Perth to Perth), we offer unique camping tours that will give you a rare insight to the natural wonders of the South West and Southern coasts of Australia.
Check out the new Yoga & Wellness Glamping Adventure on our 4 Day Yoga Retreat from Perth.
Nullarbor Traveller offer the ultimate West Australia camping experiences with glamping yoga retreats from Perth, as well as swag camping tours across the south-west corner of West Australia and into South Australia. Nullarbor tour routes cover the 4000 km between Perth and Adelaide and the reverse, from Adelaide to Perth.
We explore stunning regions such as Esperance and Cape Le Grand, Wave Rock, Margaret River and the outback of The Nullarbor. Then, crossing the border into South Australia, we showcase The Eyre Peninsula, The Flinders Ranges, and Port Lincoln where you could find yourself face-to-face with a great white shark, sea lion or dolphin. Sleeping under the magnificent southern skies as we go, we promise you the road trip of a lifetime.
Where the goldfields meet the ocean, this little town tucked away on the south coast of WA is the gateway to one of the most pristine, unspoilt coastlines in Western Australia. With untouched beaches, crystal clear waters and rugged national parks on its doorstep, this little Aussie paradise draws visitors looking to enjoy the great outdoors. Located 50 km east of Esperance is the jewel in the crown, Cape Le Grand National Park which is one of Western Australia’s best-known and most spectacular National Parks.
Pristine and perfect are two words that reflect the absolute beauty of this park. It’s backed by huge granite peaks, heathlands full of wildflowers, and an array of wildlife such as pygmy possums and kangaroos. Frenchman Peak in Cape Le Grand stands at an impressive 262 metres and is one of the most popular hikes on any of our tours. The view from the top leaves adventurers with their jaws dropped to the floor. Cape Le Grand is so incredible we stay here two nights, camping under the stars on the beach.
The Stirling Ranges rise up out of the flat farmland of the Great Southern region of Western Australia in a spectacular fashion. These beautiful, mist-covered peaks are home to an amazing array of animals and plants, with over 1500 species of plants found here. Bushwalking is the best way to see the sights and you’ll be treated to incredible views and possible sightings of some of Australia’s most ridiculously cute mammals, including the western pygmy possum.
Standing at over 40 feet tall and 360 feet long, the enormous rocky marvel that is Wave Rock is one of the top natural wonders of Western Australia. Shaped in the form of a massive breaking wave, and formed more than 2700 million years ago, it is a blaze of reds, yellows and browns which catch the light and appear to gleam out of the rock. The Indigenous people of the area believe it was carved out of the earth by the Rainbow Serpent, only adding to its mysticism and beauty.
Everyone loves a deal and if you’re a little more flexible with time, you may be able to take advantage of our Western Australia tour deals. From last minute offers to early bird bookings, we’ve always got a travel deal on the go.
Unique experiences and spectacular destinations. If you are looking for adventure tours with a wildlife focus that will show you what the real Australia is all about then you can’t go past our awesome swag camping tours. Jump on board, get back to nature, meet like minded travellers and have the time of your life!
To help you discover the best on our West Australia tour itineraries for your trip we created the Nulla Blog. Past travellers and our guides share great stories to inspire future passengers. Find out about the amazing destinations we visit across Western Australia and the South Australia.
A minibus with a big yellow trailer pulls up to the curb outside of our hostel in Adelaide. ‘I’m guessing this is it,’ Dan remarks. Nullarbor Traveller – adventures to wild places is printed across the side, and Sandy jumps out of the driver’s seat to greet us. 10 days from Adelaide to Perth awaits – all packed into a 20 seater bus and a trailer.
A highlight of our Adelaide to Perth tour is the Koomal Dreaming Cultural experience in the South West of Western Australia. Meet Wadandi custodian Josh, an incredible man who will introduce you to the world’s oldest living culture with his authentic and personal interpretation.
You could easily spend weeks down here exploring gorgeous national parks, hiking, surfing or spotting kangaroos on the beach—yes, kangaroos! On the beach! But if your time is a little more limited, these are the absolute best things to do in Esperance.
Go south-west to get the western blue skies and avoid the excessive heat of the north. You also get the greener landscapes (can even be a bit chilly at the south), the deep forests, a taste of Aboriginal culture at the Ngilgi Cave (get a copy of the Josh Koomal Dreaming CD!). A most recommendable experience all with the relaxed style of Nullarbor Traveller. We had a cool guide (Shawn), a good bus, incredible camping places, kangaroos in the fields, stunning starry skies! The other excellent must-do tour is the Nullarbor Plain!
I was part of a memorable 9 day tour from Adelaide to Perth over Christmas/New year 2016. The tour had everything including the option to swim with seals/dolphins, dune surfing, coastal walks, varied wildlife, kangaroos on the beach and swimming at beautiful beaches just to mention a few highlights. Our tour had some long driving days at times, but this is the only way to cover some Australia’s highlights including the Nullarbor Plain, the Great Australian Bight, the beautiful Esperance coastline and the lush forests of SW WA. Our tour guide Sandy was a great source of knowledge of all facts around what we saw along our tour route and was very supportive in our experience of swag/tent camping in different types of campsites along the way. The variety of food offered on the tour was excellent. Travellers can enjoy the tours with fellow campers from Australia and all across the world, just as those on our tour did. I think the group travel with others from all nationalities and walks of life only added to the experience. I enjoyed every moment and will reflect on this tour for years to come.
The scenery were just stunning and our tour guide Ana brought us energy and knowledge during this 6 days tour.
Western Australia is Australia’s largest state
The coast stretches for over 12,500 km
Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grand National Park has Australia’s whitest sand
Perth has more sunny days than any other Australian city