Adelaide to Perth
Jump on the Share Bus from Adelaide to Perth explore near Adelaide and the Eyre Peninsula, cross the Nullarbor and to discover the South West.
The next trip leaves 4th of January and goes for 21 days and 20 nights. The destination is set, but the route is not – take control of your own adventure!
Jump on the Share Bus from Adelaide to Perth explore near Adelaide and the Eyre Peninsula, cross the Nullarbor and to discover the South Head out of Adelaide, detouring by Flinders Ranges before spending some time beachside in the Eyre Peninsula eating seafood, jumping in rock holes and chilling out. Then head on the long drive in-land across the Nullarbor, the name itself is Latin for “no trees”. Check out the Great Australian Bight, and see some whales. You’ll also see the famous Bunda Cliffs, a town buried by sand and check out some working stations on the way.
Explore the South-West of Western Australia. This is one of Earth’s biodiversity hotspots, with many species endemic to the region. So enjoy the forests and nature around you! You’ll get to pat stingrays, chill with kangaroos and climb giant trees. Afterwards, then roll into Perth to enjoy your last day with your new road trip family.
Expect to get fit with lots of hiking, snorkelling and exercise as you appreciate the natural sights. This is a no-frills adventure – you’ll be setting up your own tents, cooking your own dinner and sharing your tent with other 1 or 2 travellers. The target age group is 18-35.
Things to note
Please note this is a minibus rental, not a guided tour. You rent a seat on the bus. We provide a recommended itinerary to help guide you.
You will rent your seat as either a ‘driver’ or ‘non-driver’.
Non-drivers must never drive. Drivers can share driving and must be aged 21+
Once you book you will be given a full guide with free activities, paid activities, recommended campsites to visit, as well as recommended sights to see.
Please bring your own water bottle, sunscreen and torch. Be prepared for the tough weather!
Please note this is the recommended itinerary, you can update it with your crew.
Day 01: Leave Adelaide/Lake Bumbunga
Trip time! Meet your new bus crew, find out how to use the equipment and then do a big group food shop. Make your way out of Adelaide, perhaps drive through the Barossa Valley and get a few wine tastings. Then head to the pink lake – Lake Bumbunga, to check if its pink and maybe take a few pics. Set up camp early at a nearby free camp and celebrate your first night!
Day 2/3: Flinders Ranges:
Day 4: Port Augusta & Coffin Bay.
OPTIONAL: If you plan to cross the Nullarbor quicker than this itinerary you can head to nearby Port Lincoln where you can go cage diving with great white sharks. Alternatively if you want to do this but don’t have extra time, you can cut out the Flinders Ranges on day 2/3.
Day 5/6 Eyre Peninsula
Day 7: Ceduna, Cactus Beach and the Nullarbor
Day 8: Nullarbor: Eucla and Madura
Day 10: Nullarbor: Finish in Norseman
Head towards Norseman for the final leg of the Nullarbor! You can either stay in the town or in nearby Flinders Ranges. Stop at Balladonia, Caiguna and Cocklebiddy on the way to check out the local attractions like caves or a blow hole. Get a photo at the sign for Australia’s longest straight road.
Day 11: Norseman
Day 12/13: Esperance and Cape Le Grand
Day 14: Fitzgerald River National Park
Day 15: Albany
Day 16: Walpole/Denmark
Day 17: Pemberton
Day 18/19: Margaret River and Hamelin Bay
On your first day here head to Hamelin Bay on the way in. Stingrays come right up to the shore and you can even pat them like they are playful dogs. Check out Margaret River region known for it’s food, wine and surfing. Go to a few cheeky wine/cheese/chocolate tastings, and check out surfer’s point.
Day 20: Dunsborough/Eagle Bay
Its a day for beautiful beaches. Head to the Dunsborough and Eagle Bay regions, stopping to see all the amazing beaches in the region on the way. They must be among the best in the world. Make sure you grab an ice cream at Simmos in Dunsborough (they’re my favourite!). You can then head to Busselton to see the longest wooden jetty in the world
Day 21 Black Diamond Lake/Perth
Head to Black Diamond Lake to enjoy your last morning. This beautiful blue lake is a local treasure, spend the morning here and perhaps have a BBQ lunch. Then it’s time to drive the last couple of hours into Perth. Clean and tidy the equipment and bus, and organise equipment into their relevant boxes ready for return. Finally, celebrate the end of the trip in your pre-booked hostel with the rest of the crew.
Adelaide to Perth Trip length: 21 days Prices: Early bird: $774 (4+ weeks before Start Date) Full fee: $848 Start Date:
- 30th January 2020
- 11th April 2020
Discounts are available:
- if you book more than 4 weeks in advance
- for groups of friends travelling together
- if you want to stay on the Share Bus for more than one trip
Please send us an email for details and to ask for your discount eligibility.
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