National Parks of the West Coast

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Western Australia is five times the surface of France and surely the state of superlatives: the most isolated, the wildest, the sunniest... Stay to discover it.

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<p>Palm trees in the middle of the buildings.</p> <p>Pinnacles desert.</p> <p>Watarrka National Park.</p> <p>Medusa in the large coral barrier.</p> <p>. Gorge.</p> <p>Fish market in Gisenyi.</p> <p>Florence Falls.</p>

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Steps

  • Darwin
  • Litchfield National Park
  • Perth
  • Rottnest Island
  • Pinnacles Desert
  • Geraldton
  • Kalbarri National Park
  • Monkey Mia
  • Coral Bay et Ningaloo Reef
  • Karratha
  • Karijini National Park
  • Broome
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Details of the stay: National Parks of the West Coast - 14 days

Day 1 : Beach and relaxation day

Departure from Perth. Go swimming on Cottesloe beach, discover the quokkas on the Rottnest Island, cycle along the Swan River or admire the city from Kings Park.

Day 2 : Mineral landscapes

Head north by the Brand Highway. On the road, stop at the Pinnacles, astonishing mineral formations. In Geraldton, a visit to the Western Australian Museum for its beautiful Aboriginal exhibitions. Geraldton is a former mining town and the centre of lobster fishing.

Day 3 : National Park of Kalbarri

Kalbarri National Park, a park with magnificent gorges and cliffs, which sinks 1 000 km into the bush. Nature in the wild.

Day 4 : National Park of Peron

Shark Bay area. Turn off the main road and head to Monkey Mia to see dolphins, then enter the Peron National Park, superb with its pristine beaches, cliffs and salt lakes.

Day 5 : Discovery of coral reef

Ningaloo Reef and the coral coast, one of the most beautiful places in Western Australia with a coral reef and a beautiful coastline with natural wonders such as gorges, beaches, reefs, cape. Take a break in Coral Bay.

Day 6 : Underwater

Diving day to observe the coral reef more closely.

Day 7 : Karijini National Park

From Karratha, take a tour organised in the beautiful Karijini National Park, composed of deep and fresh gorges; go to the Oxer point of view, a ridge overlooks the 300-metre gorge.

Day 8 : Between cliffs and natural pools

Continuation of the previous day's trek. Cool off under the Fortescue waterfall.

Day 9 : Crossing the wilderness

Direction Broome. Enter the Kimberley region and wilderness in Northern Western Australia.

Day 10 : Turquoise waters and white sand

InBroome, go to Cable Beach, perhaps the most beautiful of Australia's 7 000 beaches.

Day 11 : Sandstone domes

From Broome, go to Purnululu park and its astonishing geological formations, the Bungles Bungles.

Day 12 : Litchfield National Park

Go back to Darwin by discovering the Litchfield National Park, a large sandstone plateau surrounded by cliffs, an ideal place to camp.

Day 13 : Observation of the flora

Second Day of Hiking in the Litchfield National Park

Day 14 : Waterfalls with crystal waters

Last day to enjoy the natural pools fed by waterfalls after a superb stroll in this beautiful park.

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