Bus tours from Perth to Exmouth this summer

Bus tours from Perth to Exmouth

Join the fantastic bus tour from Perth to Exmouth across Australia’s most impressive landscapes.
The distance from Perth to Exmouth is 1246.9 km and takes 12 hours and 51 minutes via National Route 1.

Bus tours from Perth to Exmouth this summer places to visit

Explore the Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park, Shark Bay, Ningaloo World Heritage areas, Monkey Mia Dolphins, Exmouth, Cape Range National Park and more.

Bus tours from Perth to Exmouth this summer stop at beautiful Geraldton

Head three hours north of Perth, and the first stop is the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park, the ancient limestone formations as they rise out of the desert and enjoy swimming too.
Bus it from Geraldton to Denham
After a short drive, you’ll stop at Kalbarri National Park where you can take in the fantastic Murchison Gorge and Nature’s Window formation. You can swim in the Murchison River before walking through the gorge, marveling at the spectacular colors and rock formations.

At the southern gateway to the Ningaloo Marine Park and only a 90 minute drive from Learmonth Airport, Coral Bay is a perfect destination for families seeking reef and relaxation with a splash of adventure. Coral Bay with its accessible pristine beaches and coral gardens is ideal for relaxing as well as reef exploration. Try your hand at snorkelling, fishing, diving and more. There are many tours on offer in Coral Bay, including glass bottom boat tours, diving tours, manta ray snorkel tours, whale watching tours, whale shark snorkel tours, quad bike tours and sailing tours.

Bus tours from Perth to Exmouth this summer experience the wildflower species of coastal WA

Between July and October, the landscape really comes alive with the colors of 800 wildflower species. Here you can see banksias, grevilleas, kangaroo paws and red-blossomed eucalypts across the landscape. From Kalbarri, drive north to Shark Bay.

Bus it from Denham to Coral Bay

Meet Monkey Mia’s famous bottle-nosed dolphins. They’re friendly with humans after years of being fed by fishermen. You are welcome to swim with them or feed them. You can swim, snorkel or dive at some incredible spots in Shark Bay, along with dolphins, it is home to whales, manta rays, turtles, sharks, a huge array of fish and a tenth of the world’s dugongs.

The shallow lagoon, fringing reef, and deeper offshore waters provide a diverse range of habitats for a diverse array of colorful corals, over 500 species of fish, and globally important and threatened mega marine fauna such as whale sharks, turtles, dugongs, dolphins, manta rays, humpback whales, and orcas, among others.

Spend the day in Coral Bay, which is right on beautiful Ningaloo Reef. Snorkel, dive, swim, and enjoy some time on the beach or visit the shark nursery. When you’re done relaxing, it’s a 1.5-hour drive to Exmouth.

Bus tours from Perth to Exmouth this summer

Head down to Cape Range National Park where you’ll explore spectacular rugged limestone ranges, incredible canyons and 50km of pristine beaches. Go for a walk, enjoy the beach or go snorkeling at stunning Turquoise Bay before heading back to Exmouth.
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