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4-Day Margaret River & Great Southern Luxury Private Tour

OVERVIEW
The Margaret River region is renowned for its wines and lauded food scene. Tucked on Australia's southwest tip, the pristine landscape plays host to the ultimate blend of world-class wineries, dedicated local producers, experimental restaurants and artisan farmers' markets. Here, gourmet foodie experiences are part of daily life and unfold throughout your four-day luxury private tour of Margaret River. Taste your way around the region with decadent degustations. Between meals, take in untamed scenery and get to know the region through the eyes of its artisanal food producers, famed chefs and passionate locals. And after a full day of sightseeing, wine tasting and grazing, you'll walk into luxury relaxing in your 5-star accommodation.


UNTAMED MOMENTS Indulge in the four-hour 'Ultimate Leeuwin Degustation Experience' Taste your way around local providores, including honey, chocolate, wine, beer and gin 7-course progressive dinner cruising the calm, crystal blue waters of Geographe Bay Wander along the Cape to Cape Track to magical rockpools Dine at critically acclaimed restaurants Immersive treetop walk at the Valley of the Giants Rejuvenate at breathtaking beaches and take in dramatic coastal scenery

INCLUSIONS
Flight – Albany to Perth Accommodation – 3 nights 5-star accommodation All entry fees, national park fees and activities All meals, beverages and culinary experiences Airport transfer Transport – 7-seater Luxury 4WD Local Guide and expert knowledge


TOUR ITINERARY
Day 1: Perth to Yallingup
Your culinary adventure embarks from your Perth accommodation at 7.30 am, where your experienced guide will greet you. Travel south to Busselton to stroll along the world's second-longest jetty, which stretches 1.8km out into Geographe Bay, before visiting the Origin Markets, where you will taste a plethora of produce from the local growers and unearth uniquely crafted gifts.
Kick-off your shoes for a stroll along one of the region's best beaches before the signature experience of your food and wine tour. At 3 pm, board a 60-ft pleasure boat for the Taste of the Bays 7-course progressive dinner cruising the calm, crystal blue waters of Geographe Bay. Sip on premium beverages and indulge in an exquisite feast crafted by an onboard chef. Reflecting the best of the region, the gourmet menu features delicious WA seafood and fresh local ingredients the South West is renowned for. Each course is accompanied by paired wines from Howard Park, Margaret River.
While anchored in a pristine bay, choose to swim, snorkel or simply relax, taking in magical views. Watch the sunset over Cape Naturaliste from the most breathtaking vantage point there is – floating on water.
Feeling incredibly relaxed and satisfied, arrive at Smiths Beach Resort in Yallingup at around 8 pm to settle into your five-star accommodation for two nights.
Today you will travel approximately 300km.

Day 2: Ma rgaret River – Sunday
You're on holiday after all, so this morning relax with breakfast in bed. Enjoy a range of fresh local produce from your gourmet breakfast hamper, courtesy of Lamont's, then venture out to wander through the vibrant township of Margaret River, home to an eclectic mix of boutique stores and galleries.
Morning tea is served alfresco on the veranda at the world-class Leeuwin Estate at around 10.30 am. Accompany your host on a private behind-the-scenes tour, learning about the estate's history, the winemaking process and their contribution to the arts. A tutored wine tasting of a selection of Leeuwin Estate wines is a must. Awaiting you in the restaurant following the tour is a six-course degustation menu, carefully matched with current releases and museum selected Leeuwin Estate wines. This truly is the most luxurious way to introduce the three pillars of fine wine, food and the arts that define the estate.
Spend the rest of the afternoon tasting your way around the Margaret River region, which we will tailor to your liking. Options include cellar door visits to Gabriel's Chocolate, the Grove Distillery and Wills Domain. Come late afternoon, return to the resort. Those feeling like burning off some of the produce from the day can take a walk along the iconic Cape to Cape Track to a famed rockpool knows as the Aquarium.
Tonight's fine dining experience is an a la carte selection of mouth-watering Australian cuisine at Lamont's restaurant in the resort. Kate Lamont is one of Western Australia's most successful chefs with a career spanning over three decades. Sit back and relax with views over the ocean, the perfect way to end the second day of your private Margaret River tour.
Today travel approximately 150km.

Day 3: Yallingup to Denmark – Monday
It's up early today to enjoy breakfast at one of the local's favourites. Following breakfast, see the beautiful Margaret River mouth and the world-famous surf break at Surfers Point. Now, it's time to leave Margaret River and head south to see the giant stingrays of Hamelin Bay. From the beach to the forest, enjoy an exceptional dining experience lakeside at Silkwood Estate in Pemberton. This vineyard has award-winning wine and panoramic views of the surrounding lush karri forest.
This afternoon, traverse through the treetops at the internationally recognised Valley of the Giants. The iconic Tree Top Walk places you 40 metres high in the canopy of Western Australia's majestic and endemic tingle trees, some as old as 400 years. Just an hour down the road, the idyllic town of Denmark and its pristine beaches, walking trails, abundant wildlife, towering trees and wildflowers await. Check into your luxurious spa villa at Aiyana Retreat, nestled among the bush.
Tonight, relax in your room with a local produce platter and wines collected along the way.
Today travel approximately 450km.

Day 4: Denmark to Albany – Tuesday
Breakfast this morning is at Denmark's Bibbulmun Café, followed by a walk along the Mokare Heritage Trail, which follows the Denmark River. Onwards to William Bay National Park, home to Greens Pool. A white sandy beach with huge granite boulders meets you, and in the warmer months, this is an ideal place for a swim. From one paradise to another, visit Elephant Rocks which, as its name suggests, looks like a herd of elephants paddling out to sea.
It's time for the final exquisite culinary experience of your Margaret River food and wine tour. Savour every moment of the warm hospitality, fine wines and wholesome food at the multi-award-winning winery, The Lake House.
Take the scenic coastal drive towards Albany, visiting Torndirrup National Park to witness the dramatic coastal rock formations of The Gap and Natural Bridge, then take in sweeping views over Albany from Mount Clarence. Have one last toast of West Australian wine with your guide before returning to the airport for your 5.25 pm flight back to Perth. You will be greeted at the airport by a driver and transferred back to your Perth accommodation, arriving at your hotel at approximately 7.30 pm.

KNOW BEFORE YOU BOOK
The flight is operated by Rex and departs Albany at 5.25 pm and arrives in Perth at 6.35 pm. Flight times are subject to change and will be confirmed a month before departure. Rex has a 15kg luggage restriction per person plus one 7kg carry-on; however, upon presenting a valid itinerary or ticket, passengers with international connections are permitted 20kg. For more details on Rex Baggage Allowance, please visit their website. Accommodation is at a variety of quality five-star resorts and retreats. Rates are based on Twin/Double Share. If you are travelling solo, you need to pay the Single Traveller rate for your own room. The ideal maximum number of people for this tour is four passengers plus the guide. Our Luxury Toyota Sahara 4WD does have two extra seats in the rear, but these are better suited to children. So while we can accommodate up to 6 people in larger family groups, four is the recommended for passengers' comfort. Dietary requirements can be catered for, but please advise when booking. Private tours require a minimum of two people to operate, or a single traveller fee will apply. As part of our COVID-Safe protocols, all passengers must complete online check-in, including a 'Fit for Travel' self-declaration to confirm they are free from illness. Two days before your scheduled departure, you will be emailed a link to complete the online check-in for your tour. This is mandatory and must be completed at the latest 24 hours before departure. Please read our full Booking Terms & Conditions before booking your tour.

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6-Day Western Australia Private Luxury Tour

OVERVIEW
Take your tastebuds on tour and sample the finest things life has to offer on a food-filled six-day luxury private tour through the gourmet heart of Western Australia. Winding along the untamed coast from Esperance to Margaret River, taste the best food and wine in Western Australia. Savour produce sourced from the surrounding land and sea, pull up a seat at some of the country's most awarded dining tables and expand your culinary horizons with exclusive masterclasses, paddock-to-plate experiences and private tastings. Along the way, meet the local growers, producers and chefs who know this living pantry best. Artisan produce, world-renowned wine and a gourmet plate of food are never far away in this foodie's paradise. A gastronomic awakening, this private tour of Margaret River and beyond will satisfy even the most discerning connoisseurs. At the end of each day, relax in your beautiful 5-star accommodation — cheers to that.

INCLUSIONS
Flight – Perth to Esperance Accommodation – 5 nights (5 star) All entry fees, national park fees and activities (exc. Lake Hiller optional extra) All meals, beverages and culinary experiences Airport transfer Transport – 7-seater luxury 4WD Local Guide and expert knowledge

UNTAMED MOMENTS Signature dining experience at the critically acclaimed Vasse Felix Wander along the postcard-perfect beaches of Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park Enjoy a truffle inspired meal with matching wines at the Truffle Hill Meet the makers at Oranje Tractor on a behind-the-scenes tour and wine flight Private tastings at premium cellar doors Immerse yourself in the local culture and meet the characters of the region Walk among the treetops at the Valley of the Giants Scenic flight over the iconic Pink Lake Hillier off the coast of Esperance (OE)

ITINERARY
Day 1: Esperance and Cape Le Grand
Your epicurean odyssey of the South West embarks from your Perth accommodation at 6.30 am. You will be collected at your hotel by a private vehicle and transferred to Perth Airport for your 8.15 am flight to Esperance. Touching down by the coast, your guide will greet you and, over a coffee in Esperance, chat about what awaits on your luxury tour.
By late morning, arrive in paradise. A short drive from Esperance and famous for its beach dwelling kangaroos, blindingly white sandy beaches and calm turquoise ocean, Cape Le Grand National Park is one of Australia's most iconic national parks. Spend the day soaking up the serenity, including meeting the iconic kangaroos at Lucky Bay, having a swim, and taking an inspiring coastal walk. Awaiting you will be a gourmet barbecue feast of local produce which you will enjoy with breathtaking views over Little Hellfire Bay. Feeling inspired, by 6 pm, you'll be settling into your luxurious 5-star villa at the Esperance Chalet Village, an idyllic hideaway nestled among nature. Dinner this evening will be at Esperance's premier restaurant overlooking the ocean, the Taylor St Quarters.
Today you travel approximately 150km.

Day 2: Esperance to Albany
Enjoy breakfast amongst native wildlife at your accommodation before departing Esperance. Take the jaw-droppingly beautiful Great Ocean Drive, a 40-kilometre loop of pristine beaches, rocky headlands, small bays, and hidden ocean pools. Onwards to Fitzgerald River National Park, which from August to November boasts the most extensive array of wildflowers in the world.
Traverse through East Mt Barren for amazing views and be rewarded with a gourmet picnic lunch. Head off-road for a four-wheel-drive adventure along Hamersley Inlet Road as we continue towards Albany, arriving late afternoon. Here, take in sweeping views over the ocean and township from Mount Clarence before checking into your luxurious king spa room at The Beach House at Bayside. Enjoy fine dining with ocean views at renowned local restaurant Garrison.

Day 2 - Alternative Itinerary (Pink Lake Scenic Flight)
If you would like to do the optional extra scenic flight over the world-famous Pink Lake, your day would change slightly. After breakfast, board the flight, which offers incredible views over Frenchman's Peak, Cape Le Grand, the Recherche Archipelago, and the world-renowned Pink Lake Hillier, where the vivid pink lake is framed by turquoise ocean. Following the flight, enjoy a delicious lunch in Esperance before heading towards Albany via the picturesque Stirling Ranges.
Today you will travel approximately 500km.

Day 3: Albany to Denmark
Today is packed with culinary delights, and the first is the Beach House's iconic 'Bountiful Breakfast'. Then, feeling satisfied, it's time to continue our expedition through the Great Southern, stopping at breathtaking coastal rock formations The Gap and Natural Bridge. By late morning arrive at Mt Romance for an ethereal relaxation experience at the Cone, the Gong and the Bowl. This private experience combines gongs and sandalwood in a sixteen-sided cone featuring celestial skies—a supremely relaxing yet vitally energising experience.
At lunchtime, arrive at Oranje Tractor for a unique three-hour meet the maker experience with the owner's Pam and Murray. During this exclusive tour, you will forage in the orchard, picking and tasting the organically grown produce. Be guided to their charming tasting room to experience a five-course wine flight paired with organic food from the farm and region, including cheeses, olives and smoked trout. Notably, Oranje Tractor won Australia's Best Cellar Door Award in 2019, and Prince Charles and Camilla visited in 2015.
Pop into picturesque boutique brewery Boston Brewing for a beer tasting paddle on the way to Denmark. Then, check into your luxurious spa villa at Aiyana Retreat, nestled among the bush. Tonight, relax at the retreat with a beautiful platter of local produce.
Today you will travel approximately 150km.

Day 4: Denmark to Yallingup
This morning, breakfast will be at the retreat before heading towards William Bay National Park. Descend into Greens Pool, a white sandy beach framed by huge granite boulders, and just up the road, continue to the turquoise and calm waters of Elephant Rocks. Both are primed for swimming in the warmer months. Head into the old-growth forests in the Walpole Wilderness region and traverse the Valley of the Giants. Walk 40 metres high into the canopy of Western Australia's majestic tingle trees, found nowhere else on Earth.
Arriving into the Margaret River region, your unique culinary lunch experience today is at the Truffle Hill, Western Australia's first truffière and largest producer of superior black Perigord truffles in the world. The Truffle Kitchen specialises in truffle-inspired food and wine pairings and boasts breathtaking views.
No visit to the south-west is complete without heading underground into one of the region's curious caves Calgardup Cave to view the exquisite cave decorations on a self-guided tour. At around 6 pm, arrive at Smiths Beach Resort in the tiny coastal hamlet of Yallingup, where you'll settle into your ocean view room for two nights. Tonight's fine dining experience is a selection of mouth-watering Australian cuisine at Lamont's restaurant in the resort. Kate Lamont is one of Western Australia's most successful chefs with a career spanning over three decades. Sit back and relax with views over the ocean, the perfect way to end any day.
Today we travel approximately 500km.

Day 5: Margaret River
It's up early today to breakfast with the locals at the White Elephant Beach Café. With sweeping ocean views, it's also an excellent place for whale watching from August to December. Following breakfast, see the beautiful Margaret River mouth and the world-famous surf break at Surfers Point, then wander through the vibrant township of Margaret River, home to an eclectic mix of boutique stores and galleries. Being Saturday, the Margaret River Farmers Markets are on. Awarded the most outstanding farmers' market in Australia in 2018, wandering around them allows you to get amongst the locals and taste an array of delicious local produce straight from the farmers themselves.
No visit to this world-class wine region would be complete without visiting its founding estate, Vasse Felix. Relax in the picturesque settings of this critically acclaimed restaurant and enjoy a tantalising five-course tasting menu with accompanying wines. Spend the rest of the afternoon tasting your way around the Margaret River region, which we will tailor to your liking. Options include cellar door visits to Bettenays for nougat tasting, Gabriel's Chocolate factory, the Grove Distillery and Wills Domain. For the perfect end of the day, we'll take a short drive to iconic Meelup Beach. Kick-off your shoes, take a stroll along the beach, have a swim, watch the sunset and enjoy a local produce gourmet picnic for dinner.
After a day of pure indulgence on your culinary tour, return to Smiths Beach Resort. Today you will travel approximately 150km.

Day 6: Yallingup to Perth
Have a relaxing morning with an in-room or restaurant breakfast care of Lamont's Restaurant before we check out. Mosey up the coast to Cape Leeuwin-Naturaliste Lighthouse for a walk before heading further north to Busselton to stroll along the world's second-longest jetty, which stretches 1.8km out into Geographe Bay. The last stop on tour is Origin Markets, where you will taste a plethora of produce from the local growers and perhaps pick up some locally crafted gifts or souvenirs.
We'll arrive back in Perth around 6 pm, where your guide will drop you at your accommodation and bid you farewell.
Today you travel approximately 300km.

KNOW BEFORE YOUR BOOK
The flight is operated by Rex and departs Perth at 8.15 am and arrives at Esperance at 9.50 am. Flights are subject to change and will be confirmed a month before departure. Rex has a 15kg luggage restriction per person plus one 7kg carry on; however, upon presenting a valid itinerary or ticket, passengers with international connections are permitted 20kg. For more details on Rex Baggage Allowance, please visit their website. Accommodation is at a variety of quality five-star resorts and retreats. Rates are based on Twin/Double Share. If you are travelling solo, you need to pay the Single Traveller rate for your own room. The ideal maximum number of people for this tour is four passengers plus the Guide. Our Luxury Toyota Sahara 4WD does have two extra seats in the rear, but these are better suited to children. So while we can accommodate up to 6 people in larger family groups, four is the recommended for passengers' comfort. Dietary requirements can be catered for; please advise when booking. As part of our COVID-Safe protocols, all passengers must complete an online check-in, including a 'Fit for Travel' self-declaration to confirm they are free from illness. Two days before your scheduled departure, you will be emailed a link to complete the online check-in for your tour. This is mandatory and must be completed at the latest 24 hours before departure. Please read our full Booking Terms & Conditions before booking your tour.

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10-Day Perth to Adelaide Private Tour

OVERVIEW
Dreamy coastline, vast outback, iconic wildlife and gourmet food seamlessly blend together on an epic voyage from west to south. Traverse almost 4,000km through some of Australia's most inspiring country on this 10-day, soul-stirring Perth to Adelaide overland tour. Unearth the southwest of Western Australia as you taste your way around the world-renowned wine region of Margaret River. Walk among ancient forests and sprawl out on deserted beaches without another soul in sight. Then, make the pilgrimage across the vast expanse of the Nullarbor Plain and into South Australia. Here, wind back to the coast and stand at the edge of Australia at the Head of Bight. Descending deeper into the south, wander across vivid pink lakes, swim with abundant marine life and taste world-famous seafood straight from the source on the Eyre Peninsula.

HIGHLIGHTS Walk among the ancient forests of Valley of the Giants Taste your way around the Margaret River wine region Meet the kangaroos of Esperance and Cape Le Grand National Park Head off-road on a four-wheel driving expedition Cross the vast expanses of the Nullarbor Plain Witness the jaw-dropping scenery of the Great Australian Bight Immersive oyster lease tour and tasting with Experience Coffin Bay Swim with playful sea lions and magical bottlenose dolphins (OE)

INCLUSIONS Flight – Port Lincoln to Adelaide Accommodation – 9 nights (3.5 – 4.5 star) All activities and fee's unless stated as an optional experience (OE) Meals as indicated – 9 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 5 dinners Airport transfers in Adelaide Transport – Luxury Sahara 4WD Local guide and expert knowledge





ITINERARY
Day 1: Perth to Margaret River
Your expert guide will meet you first thing and tell you about what lies ahead on your Perth to Adelaide overland tour, coffee at the ready. Setting out, our first stop awaits at the scenic seaside town of Busselton, home to the world's second-longest jetty, stretching 1.8km into the turquoise waters of Geographe Bay.
After a picnic at a postcard-perfect beach, arrive at the Ngilgi Cave Ancient Lands, an immersive above and below-ground experience. Go beneath the Earth's surface for a 45-minute semi-guided tour of the exquisitely decorated Ngilgi Cave. Above ground, discover 600 million years of stories associated with the land and its people. Follow a pathway through the native bushland bringing to life the creation of the land, cave formations, cultural connection and native flora and fauna through a series of experiential nodes.
Arriving in the Margaret River region by late afternoon, settle into your accommodation and enjoy a delicious meal at The Common Restaurant.
Today travel around 350km.
Accommodation: Margaret River Beach Resort
Meals: L | D

Day 2: Margaret River
Breakfast at a favourite local café while watching surfers riding the waves of one of the world's most renowned breaks, then meander down the streets of Margaret River and peruse its eclectic craft and produce stores. Today, taste your way around the region's abundant cellar doors, from wine, beer and gin, to dairy and sweet treats. Between tastings, stop for lunch today at one of Margaret River's great restaurants. Unwind back at your hotel, perhaps with a platter of local produce you have collected throughout the day.
Today travel about 80km through Margaret River.
Accommodation: Margaret River Beach Resort
Meals: B | L

Day 3: Walpole, Denmark and Albany
After breakfast, head inland to the Walpole Wilderness region and roam among the Valley of the Giants. Walk 40 metres high into the canopy of Western Australia's majestic tingle trees, found nowhere else on Earth. Next, stretch your legs at Denmark, a gorgeous town nestled on the banks of the Denmark River, before we make our way along a dreamy coastal drive towards Albany. Along the way, we'll stop at two highlights, The Gap and Natural Bridge. Check into our accommodation and enjoy a meal at a local restaurant overlooking the ocean.
Today we'll travel around 350km.
Accommodation: Hilton Double Tree Albany
Meals: B | L | D


Day 4: Albany to Esperance
After breakfast, amble through Albany's township and unearth its interesting history before travelling into the Porongurup's for the Walitj Meil Walk, which follows the edge of the forest to a scenic view across to the Stirling Range. Travel through the beautiful Stirling Ranges, which during spring is blanketed with wildflowers. Watch the brilliant kaleidoscope of colours change as you journey into Esperance. Check into our Esperance accommodation and enjoy an evening meal overlooking the pristine ocean.
Today we'll travel 480km.
Accommodation: Jetty Resort Esperance
Meals: B | L | D


Day 5: Cape Le Grand National Park
Today we venture to one of Australia's most iconic beaches, where kangaroos lounge on snow-white sand as crystal-clear water gently laps the shore. Located approximately 50km east of Esperance, Cape Le Grand is one of Western Australia's most spectacular National Parks. Flora and fauna are abundant, including the iconic sunbathing kangaroos at Lucky Bay, who are always up for a photo opportunity. Swim, bushwalk and unleash your inner wildling surrounded by nature. Stay back in Esperance tonight and enjoy some free time to explore the town eating at one of the many great restaurants.
Travel 80km today.
Accommodation: Jetty Resort Esperance
Meals: B | L

Day 6: The Nullarbor
Rise with the birds as we begin the epic pilgrimage across the Nullarbor Plain. Stretch your legs at the original Eucla Telegraph Station before crossing the border into South Australia. Today we travel a long distance, even by Australian standards. Along the way, we'll head off-road, four-wheel driving along the Balladonia Track to see some unique historical highlights. Relax as you watch the changing landscape roll by your window as your guide regales the unique history and stories of the land.
Today we travel approximately 790km, and you can enjoy some free time tonight to have a hearty meal at the roadhouse.
Accommodation: Outback Roadhouse Motel in Border Village
Meals: B | L


Day 7: The Nullarbor and Great Australian Bight
Continue along the Nullarbor, stopping in at Koonalda Homestead in the Nullarbor National Park. Formerly a fuel and rest stop for people travelling along the Nullarbor in the 1950s, it was abandoned in the 1970s and now offers a unique glimpse into Australiana history.
Take in the Head of Bight's otherworldly scenery, Australia's ultimate coastal lookout, where from July to October, you can spot whales taking shelter in the Great Australian Bight Marine Park. Come late afternoon, check into the 4.5-star eco villas positioned right on the beach in Ceduna. Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.
Today we travel 480km.
Accommodation: Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park
Meals: B | L | D

Day 8: Baird Bay and Streaky Bay
Enjoy a much-deserved sleep in this morning before getting back in the car to travel to Streaky Bay. Grab a coffee and have a look around before we arrive in Baird Bay for a tour highlight, swimming with Australian sea lions and dolphins on a three-hour eco-cruise. The puppy dogs of the sea will twist, and twirl around you, and the magical dolphins won't disappoint either. This optional extra is just $220 per person and is available from September to May. If it is not operating, or you'd rather stay on dry land, we offer an alternative itinerary visiting the only colony of Australian sea lions on the mainland at Point Labbat.
After lunch, visit magical Talia Caves and come late afternoon, arrive at your accommodation in Streaky Bay. Enjoy some free time to relax tonight.
Today travel around 210km.
Accommodation: Streaky Bay Motel & Villas
Meals: B | L

Day 9: Coffin Bay to Port Lincoln
After breakfast, mosey south, stopping at some coastal highlights, including Locks Well and Cummings Lookout. Venture around the coast to our next destination, where world-famous Coffin Bay oysters are primed for tasting. Meet the local producers and learn about the Eyre Peninsula's enviable seafood industry as you glide through crystal-clear waters to a working oyster farm. Pluck your very own oysters straight from the ocean, learn how to properly shuck your fist-sized Pacific prize, and then sample the briny fruits of your labour.
Back on land, take some free time to have lunch at one of Coffin Bay's great seafood restaurants. Belly full, wander the pristine beaches and bushland of Coffin Bay National Park, where kangaroos and emus are in abundance. Come mid-afternoon, arrive in Port Lincoln and relax at your accommodation before our final dinner at an award-winning seafood restaurant.
Today we travel 300km.
Accommodation: Port Lincoln Hotel
Meals: B | D

Day 10: Port Lincoln to Adelaide
On the last day of the tour, you have earned a sleep-in. Enjoy a relaxing continental breakfast in the hotel restaurant and take a town tour of Australia's Seafood Capital. Visit the Fresh Fish Place for lunch, and this afternoon, head off-road four-wheel driving through the dunes from Wanna Lookout to Sleaford. Get your last dose of epic coastline at Whalers Way and meet the adorable koalas at Mikkira Station.
Pop into a vineyard for wine tasting, and as your ten-day Perth to Adelaide overland tour comes to an end, your guide will drop you off at the Port Lincoln Airport for your 45-minute flight to Adelaide. A private transfer will have you back to Adelaide accommodation by around 7 pm.
Meals: B | L


KNOW BEFORE YOU BOOK
As this is a private tour, we can tailor the itinerary to suit your needs by customizing activities, flights, destinations, number of nights, accommodation, meal inclusions and vehicle size. In this case, please contact our Groups & Charters Manager, who will prepare a quote for you. The flight is operated by Rex and departs Port Lincoln on day ten at 5.20 pm and arrives in Adelaide at 6.10 pm. Rex has a 15kg luggage restriction per person plus one 7kg carry on; however, upon presenting a valid itinerary or ticket, passengers with international connections are permitted 20kg. For more details on Rex Baggage Allowance, please visit their website. Accommodation is at a variety of quality resorts, hotels and motels. Rates are based on Twin/Double Share. If you are travelling solo, you need to pay the Single Traveller rate for your own room. The vehicle used on this tour will depend on how many passengers are in your travel group. For couples or small family groups, it would generally be a Toyota Sahara. For larger groups, a Mercedes Benz Sprinter may be used. This will be confirmed at the time of inquiry. Please advise of any special dietary requirements when you book. Snacks, soft drinks and alcohol are not included. Itinerary changes may occur to ensure we provide the best possible experience. Weather conditions in Australia can change quickly, and our experienced guides will always put the safety of our passengers first. Any itinerary changes will be communicated in advance. The sea lion and dolphin tour does not operate from June to August, and an alternative itinerary will apply in the morning during these months.
As part of our COVID-Safe protocols, all passengers must complete online check-in, including a 'Fit for Travel' self-declaration to confirm they are free from illness. This is mandatory and must be completed at the latest 24 hours before departure. Please read our full Booking Terms & Conditions before booking your tour.

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