Arid desert meets sparkling ocean


Coral Coast, Dolphins & The Pinnacles



The west coast of Australia is a marine playground, rich in sea life, and home to dolphins, turtles, manta rays and hump back whales. World Heritage listed Shark Bay is home to Money Mia Resort where dolphins come in to feed.


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7 Days
FROM £607 Per Person

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  1. Day 1

    Perth - Geraldton (267 miles)

    Collect your car and drive the Indian Ocean coast road north to Geraldton. Known as, the “Sun City”, with an average of 8 hours sunshine per day, Geraldton has white sandy beaches and fascinating museums.

    Hotel: Ibis Styles

  2. Day 2

    Geraldton - Monkey Mia (268 miles)

    Continue north to Monkey Mia, famous for its dolphins, beautiful scenery and sparkling blue waters. The dolphins are wild animals that after years of care and understanding come in to be fed of their own accord by the rangers. (B)

    Hotel for 2 nights: Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort

  3. Day 3

    Day 3: Monkey Mia

    Spend the day enjoying all that Monkey Mia has to offer and see the Dolphins and their babies swim in to shore to be fed. Or perhaps drive around Shark Bay, home to a captivating array of marine life including sharks, sea turtles and manta rays. Visit Shell Beach, a six kilometre stretch of beach made of millions of tiny shells. (B)

  4. Day 4

    Monkey Mia - Kalbarri (248 miles)

    Depart Monkey Mia and travel south to Kalbarri, located on the Midwest coast. With its pristine beaches and towering coastal cliffs, Kalbarri will give you a wonderful holiday experience. Once you arrive in Kalbarri let the experiences unwind. You can do everything from abseiling, horse riding, windsurfing, standing on the edge of a towering cliff, fishing or just paddling around the river bend.

    Hotel for 2 nights: Kalbarri Palm Resort.

  5. Day 5

    Kalbarri - free day

    Today is a free day to relax or explore in and around Kalbarri. In Kalbarri National Park you’ll find a landscape of stunning gorges, spectacular coastline and over 500 species of wildflowers that bloom between July and November. Or perhaps you’ll hop on a Murchison River cruise, hire a paddleboat or hit the water in a kayak. Take in views from the lookouts, hike the trails, take a camel trek, or join a canyoning and abseiling tour. You can even take in the national park, coastal cliffs and Abrolhos Islands from 8,000 feet, with a tandem skydive or a scenic flight over the national park, coastline and Abrolhos Islands.

  6. Day 6

    Kalbarri - Cervantes (234 miles)

    Leaving Kalbarri continue south today to Cervantes. This laid back fishing village boasts white sandy beaches and turquoise waters teeming with marine life. It’s also the gateway to the Nambung National Park, home to the mystical Pinnacles - thousands of limestone pillars resembling the ruins of an ancient city stand tall against the stark yellow landscape. 

    Hotel: Pinnacles Edge Resort.

  7. Day 7

    Cervantes - Perth (124 miles)

    It’s worth getting up early to visit the Pinnacles at sunrise before heading south down the Indian ocean drive to Perth. Return your rental vehicle to the downtown depot on arrival, where your tour ends.

Departs: Daily year round

  • 6 nights accommodation as shown, based on two sharing 
  • Meals on days shown (B-Breakfast)
  • 7 days Hertz group S car rental with MAX cover and unlimited mileage
  • Flights to / from Australia
  • Fuel for rental car, tolls and parking fees
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing and attractions not stated above or shown as optional
Coral Coast, Dolphins & The Pinnacles
FROM £607 Per Person


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