Navigating your way through the various tours offered on the West Coast or Western Australia can initially be a bit daunting as there are literally hundreds of websites offering the best west coast tour.
And what is the best tour anyway? This is a personal thing, some people are looking for adventure, some people are looking for luxury, some people love birds, some people hate sand!
This post is designed to help with this process of selecting a tour operating between Perth, Exmouth and Broome
Let me start by saying that unlike some other regions in Australia such as the Kimberley, Queensland or Tasmania, your experience on the West Coast won’t change much because of the weather. We still hope that the following information will help you make up your mind about travelling to the left part of Australia…
If you’re reading this, then you’re probably wondering what you should do in Perth? Maybe you just finished or are about to start your tour on the West Coast, maybe you just decided to spend a few days in the capital of Western Australia.
Perth is the largest city of Western Australia and the fourth-most populated city in Australia. If you have been travelling down the West Coast already, you might find it overwhelming to be back in such a big city!
We have gathered some information you might find helpful during your stay in Broome:
If you’re reading this, then you’re probably wondering what you should do in Broome? Maybe you just finished or are about to start your tour in the Kimberley or the West Coast, maybe you just decided to spend a few days in Australia’s best getaway.
Broome is a coastal town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, of approximately 15, 000 people. Not only Broome is famous for the stunning sunset at Cable Beach, it’s also largely known for its pearling industry.
We have gathered some information you might find helpful.
Australia, a ground of no limits where space reigns like a master and where it seems like the sky wants to inhale you. So beautiful, it will haunt those who go away from it. My epic 9 day adventure from Broome to Perth was surprisingly more adventurous than I expected.
My name is Val, I am a 24 years old French backpackers and here’s why I chose West Adventure Tours to travel the West Coast in September 2017:
As far as connecting with nature, camping is one of the best things you can do, I’m not talking about setting up a tent in an overcrowded campground, I’m talking setting up in a beautiful & remote wilderness area surrounded by nothing but nature.
This is the type of experience we have perfected at West Adventure Tours, we have developed relationships with local landholders which give us exclusive and private access to some awesome spots, here’s a look at a few.
Is there something holding you back? Is it the price? Is it your swimming skills? Or is it the size of the whale shark? Well let me tell you, I was just a backpacker, not a very good swimmer, and not very comfortable with the idea of being so close to such a big animal. I still did it, and I would gladly do it all over again, as it one of the most amazing experience in my life.
West Coast or East Coast ? If not both (which would be the best option), why not choose the coast that suits you the most? Knowing how hard it is to choose between completely opposite locations both offering endless beauty, we’ve compiled for you a Top 10 Places to Visit on the West Coast. Of course, we could have made the list longer, and the description of the locations more exhaustive, but why not keep an element of surprise?
Dive into the pristine waters of Turquoise Bay about 60 km south of Exmouth (two and a half hours flight from Perth). Turquoise Bay is located in the Cape Range National Park along the Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia. You probably heard it a hundred times before “It’s better than the East Coast”, well we couldn’t say it is better, but it certainly is special and different!
We are very excited today to announce the launch of our brand new tour “West Adventure Tours”
West Adventure Tours has been launched by Kimberley Adventure Tours (KAT) who have been operating in the Kimberley successfully since 1997 offering a rough and rugged adventure experience for those looking to immerse themselves into the Wilderness through small groups, private access to bush camps and adventure activities.
“This formula has worked really well for us, while others are trying to add comfort to their tours, we are unashamedly saying, “we are not comfortable, we are not predictable, we are not the big mac of tours, if you want those things you will not like our tour.”