The Eyre Peninsula is Australia’s Seafood Frontier and the 6 day tour looks to combine the best of the coastal attractions with the stunning Flinders Ranges!
It is a Jump on Jump off tour with passengers joining the first two days of the Adelaide to Perth Tour.
Passengers then join the 9 day Perth to Adelaide Tour for day 4, 5 and 6 of the tour.
We hope that you enjoy this tour which combines the best of the stunning Flinders Ranges and the Eyre Peninsula!
Journey into the rusty, rugged gorges, abandoned homesteads and ghost gums of the southern Flinders Ranges National Park. Experience life of the early pioneers with a camel trek.
Departure is from Adelaide Bus Station at 7.00 am.
Our adventure begins north from Adelaide as we venture into the Southern Flinders Ranges.
The tour jumps on board a Pichi Richi Camel Trek and discover South Australia's premier
National Park. This is followed by a Bush Tucker lunch in this pristine environment.
We stop off along the way to take in typical rural cities and towns.
At the end of the first day’s journey we arrive at Lake Gairdner in the Gawler Ranges National Park- for a magical sunset and for the first bush camp experience.
Today we make our way through the Gawler Ranges to see abundant wildlife roaming in their natural environment and see Cat's castel. The tour then heads to the coast and begin to check out the stunning coastline of Venus Bay where we can see dolphins surfing in the waves. After venus bay we visit the magnificent Talia caves.
Close to the caves are the lake newland sanddunes - these are the biggest sanddunes you will ever ride!
Over night at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat - a unique accommodation and experience facility. Our hosts Hassie and Jo take us on an unique nocturnal spotlighting tour looking for Australia's National Emblems - kangaroos, wombats and emus.
Tonights accommmodtaion is Hostel accommodation
This morning we head out to find some of Australia's best waves and spend two hours under the instruction of a qualified surfing teacher learning this most Australian of pastimes. That magic moment where you and the wave all become one as you surf towards the shore could be the beginning of a life long addiction.
For those wanting to experience one of Australia's most unique wildlife experiences of swimming with dolphins and sea lions (OE $140) we have the time at this stop to do so. This incredible optional wildlife experience involves a four hour boat cruise. We find the friendly populations and can swim and snorkel amongst them. There is nothing that can parallel the feeling of communing with wild creatures such as these.
A short drive brings us to Murphy’s Haystacks, incredible granite rock formations sculptured into wondrous and weird shapes over millions of years.
This morning we head out and learn to surf with Spike where you can get another oppertunity to surf. So we go to a beautiful deserted beach and spend the next two hours mastering the surf breaks.
after the surfinf we go to the Colton Bakery - a unique wood fired bakery on the side of the highway with a honesty pay system. We meet Mark the owner of Colton Bakery and walk through this interesting bakery.
We have lunch at Elliston’s Great Ocean Tourist Drive with stunning sculptures which contrast against the Investigator group of Islands in the back ground.
We travel to Locks Well and admire the view and the man made 291 steps down to the Locks Well beach.
We go camping at Mikkira wich is a private campground with a great opportunity to see koalas in their native environment.
Today is an extreme day of fun!!!!
Those that dare come face to face with the Great White Shark on a day tour [OE $495] which includes a video highlights of your experience.
Those not wishing to be quite so extreme head out to Whalers Way Conservation Park for some more spectacular and stunning coastlines. after lunch we go and swim with blue fin tuna before a visit to Glen Forest Wildlife Park and the kangaroos, koalas, emus, birds and other unique Australian animals.
Our first stop is Wadlatta Cultural Centre in Port Augusta that helps provide answers to the many questions about the formation of the Nullarbor, Flinders Ranges, and the formation of Australia as a continent.
The tour then travels Pt Augusta and through the Flinders Ranges and Horrick's Pass to enjoy our last last awesome bush walk at Alligator Gorge.
The journey from the Flinders Ranges into Adelaide gives you a chance to reflect on the experiences over the last six action packed days.