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6 Day Adelaide to Eyre Peninsula Tour

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Duration 6 day Tour
Meals 5 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 5 dinners
Group Size Max 21 People
Starts Adelaide
Ends Adelaide
Tour Style Adventure
Accommodation Bush Camping


Venture into the beautiful Eyre Peninsula region for 6 amazing days of wildlife encounters. This is an action packed adventure of cage diving with Great White Sharks, socialising with Sea lions and Dolphins and sleeping under the stars surrounded by Koalas. You even get the change to see endangered Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby in the amazing Warren Gorge and bush camp in a real Australian outback setting!

  • Explore the Flinders Ranges with bush walks
  • Swim with Sea lions and Dolphins*
  • Visit the Koalas at Mikkira Station
  • Go Shark Cage Diving in Port Lincoln*
  • Bush camp in the outback and experience real Australia!
  • Visit Port Lincoln National Park and Glen Forest Wildlife Park
  • Go sand boarding

* Swim with the Sea lions and Dolphins and shark cage diving are optional extra's that are payable on the tour


Day 1: Adelaide - Flinders Ranges National Park

Journey into the rustic, rugged gorges, abandoned homesteads and Red Gums of the Southern Flinders Ranges. With a break at Clare for those that were unable to get their morning fix of coffee/tea we take a small break to do so. We then head north to one of the oldest mountain ranges on earth, the Flinders Ranges, where we venture to the bottom of Alligator Gorge and walk through the narrows and onto the terraces formed from an ancient seabed. Look for and feel the ripples of the sand still there in the rock today.

After lunch we make our way along the eastern edge of the range towards Warren Gorge, stopping for a break in Quorn. Quorn is home to the Pichi Richi Railway, which played an important role in linking the different gauges of railway line crossing the continent. It wasn’t until 1970 that the Indian-Pacific (Transcontinental) made its first unbroken run from Sydney to Perth. By 1980 the Pichi Richi line was obsolete. We stop at Dutchman’s Stern Conservation Park where we take the time to walk to the top of the range. Named by Mathew Flinders in 1802 for it’s resemblance of a Dutch sailing ship, this spectacular walk is a great way to finish the day and gives us our first real look to the West.

As the sun is setting and while your evening meal is being prepared, you will have the opportunity to explore the beautiful Warren gorge in the Flinders Ranges. It is here that you will get the opportunity to see a Yellow-Footed rock wallaby, almost driven to extinction by introduced “Feral” animals, at Warren Gorge they are beginning to “Bounce Back!”


Day 2: Flinders Ranges National Park - Coodlie Park (Eyre Peninsula)

The Eyre Peninsula is one of those great secrets many people have not yet discovered. Teaming with some of Australia's most amazing and outstanding real wildlife experiences, the lack of a major airport and too far to drive for most domestic travellers, this piece of paradise is one that only those who have been, can give that knowing smile of discovery of a very special place indeed.

Back on the road we pass through Port Augusta and onto Kimba. If you are lucky you might be able to spot the biggest galah you have ever seen! We will have lunch at Kimba and then we head for Talia Caves, a walk across Venus Bay and the Lake Newland Sand dunes to go sandboarding.

In the afternoon we arrive at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat. This working farm has traditional cropping, sheep and a project of tree planting on their own land to offset their own carbon emissions. Tonight you could be sharing a meal with the bus coming from Perth.


Day 3: Coodlie Park - Baird Bay

This morning we head out to swim with the cheeky and playful sea lions and dolphins at Baird Bay. A pristine coast line and sanctuary for a multitude of land and sea animals.This is a 3-4 hour tour that will remain a beautiful memory for the rest of your life.

Having had lunch at the picnic spot at Bairds, onto Murphy’s Haystacks, incredible granite rock formations sculptured into wondrous and weird shapes over millions of years.

We then head for Talia Caves, a walk across Venus Bay and the Lake Newland Sand dunes to go sandboarding.

Then we drive back to our over night’s spot – Coodlie Park Bush camp.


Day 4: Coodlie Park – Mikkira station

This morning we travel on toward Elliston to do the great ocean tourist drive and a last look at the amazing cliffs of the bight at Locks Well, 378 steps to the beach. Travelling on to Port Lincoln we explore this unique South Australian township.

Lunch will be on the foreshore in Port Lincoln. Mikkira Station is where we camp on a private campground with Koalas in nearly every tree.  We have time to go for a walk around the property to see some Giant Yakkas and see if you can find some koalas in the Manna Gum..


Day 5: Port Lincoln - Port Neill

For some, today is an extreme adrenalin day! Those that dare come face to face with the Great White Shark on a day tour this is an optional experience.

For those not wishing to be quite so extreme, we head out to Whalers Way Conservation Park for some spectacular and stunning coastlines. If we are lucky we will see some kangaroos and emus in this privately owned Flora and Fauna Reserve. This drive is followed by a walk in the Lincoln National park and to have a relaxed lunch and maybe a swim, then a visit to Glen Forest Wildlife Park and visit the wildlife you saw on the Nullarbor up close. You even get to hand feed some of the animals.


Day 6: Port Neill - Adelaide

We head through Whyalla and into Port Augusta and the Wadlata Cultural Centre that helps provide answers to the many questions about the formation of the Nullarbor, Flinders Rangers, and the formation of Australia as a continent. It also takes you on an interpretative walk through the life of the new frontier pioneers. After lunch we hit the road again and head for South Australia’s capital city Adelaide.

Pickups / Departures

Departs: Wednesdays at 6:45am from YHA Adelaide.

Passengers are advised to arrive 15 minutes before departure.

Returns: Monday approximately 7:00pm, Adelaide.

Departure dates:

November 4th & 18th 2015

December 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30st 2015

January 6th, 13th, 20st & 27th 2016

February 10th & 24th 2016

March 9th & 23rd 2016

April 6th and 20th 2016



Optional Experiences:

Swim with sea lions and dolphins - $195 p.p.

Shark Cage Diving with Great White Sharks - $395 p.p. $100 extra to enter the cage-paid on board

Learn to Surf - $40 cash. This activity will only proceed if 4 or more are participating. Payment made at the beach.



"Diving with the sharks was phenominal! Best thing I've ever done! The Travel Freedom team made everything super easy for me - even helping me with my flights over to Port Lincoln from Adelaide."

Nadine Gray (Australia)

"I loved swimming with the Tuna - such a great experience and it was great that we could feed them in the water. Perfect activity for us and the kids!"

Kaliffe Manniloffe (Morocco)

"My wife and I had the best time swimming with the wild sealions - we couldn't believe how playful they were! Travel Freedom made it so easy as well for us taking care of everything - including our accommodation."

Josh Andrews (UK)

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