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South Coast, Nullarbor, Eyre Peninsula & Adelaide Tour Program
- Flight from Adelaide
- Torndirrup National Park
- Avenue of Honour, Albany
- National ANZAC Centre
- Cape Le Grand
- Lincoln National Park
- Burra Town Tour
- Wagin Historical Musuem
- Motel Accommodation
- 9 Evening Meals, 9 Breakfasts
South Australia and Western Australia
Adelaide, Golden Outback, and Nullarbor
9 Nights Motel
14 February 2020
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Departure from Perth
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Departure from Hobart
Single Tent Only
(MD, Motel) To the Wagin Historical Village, a step back in time that replicates the development of a typical rural Australian community over the last two hundred years.
After lunch we travel through Katanning and Tambellup to Albany. In the evening we head up Mt Clarence to view the Avenue of Honour.
Note: Wagin Village included.
(CB, PD, Motel) Back up Mount Clarence to the National ANZAC Centre for the morning. After free time in town we tour the city and view the power of the Southern Ocean for the first time at the notorious Gap in the Torndirrup National Park. Evening Fish & Chips at Middleton Beach on the foreshore of Ellen Cove.
(CB, MD, Motel) Departing Albany early we head on to Bremer Bay. We have a delightful time in Bremer Bay visiting the town, the very beautiful beaches and scenery in the area. Later it is on to Jerramungup, Ravensthorpe and Esperance.
(CB, MD, Motel) A full day around Esperance commences with a marvellous visit to Cape Le Grand beach for a walk or a swim. After lunch free time to explore Esperance. We take a delightful trip along the coast, Twilight Drive and return to Esperance via Pink Lake.
Note: National Park entry included.
(CB, MD, Motel) North through Salmon Gums to Norseman for Morning Tea. Onto the Eyre Highway, named after Eward John Eyre, the first European to travel across the southern stretch of the country in 1840. We spend the night at Cocklebiddy.
(CB, MD, Motel) Crossing into South Australia the Eyre Highway sits very close to the cliffs of the Great Australian Bight, we visit one of the spectacular cliffs of the Bight and travel through the Nullarbor National Park.
The Trans Australian Railway runs parallel over 100 km to the north. During the middle of the day we visit Nullarbor Roadhouse and travel the treeless plain before reaching Ceduna.
(CB, PD, Motel) From Ceduna we visit Streaky Bay on our way down the Flinders Highway towards Port Lincoln, named after the home town of Matthew Flinders who first visited this area in 1802 while looking for the elusive inland sea.
(CB, MD, Motel) Port Lincoln is located on the banks of beautiful Boston Bay and is the base for Australia’s largest tuna fleet and tuna farming industry. We spend the morning on the other side of the bay enjoying the Lincoln National Park.
After lunch we head up the East Coast of the Eyre Peninsula via Cowell to Whyalla, founded in 1901 by the BHP as the end of a tramway bringing iron ore from the Middleback Ranges. Tonight we reach Port Augusta, the most northerly port in South Australia.
(CB, MD, Motel) We travel up into the North Mount Lofty Ranges via Orroroo and Peterborough to Burra. After lunch a guided town tour of this great heritage copper mining town.
The whole town is classified by the National Trust, giving a great insight into the hard lives that the early settlers endured in Australia. Later onto our accommodation in Adelaide.
(CB) Our morning tour of Adelaide, founded in 1836 and planned by Colonel William Light, starts with Port Adelaide then the City Centre. We have free time in the city followed by homeward flights.
Includes 1 Nights Accommodation for all passengers commencing tour in Perth flying in the day before from Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane and Hobart.
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