Nullarbor / Port Lincoln / Flinders Ranges

Sun 13 Apr to Tue 22 Apr 2025 (10 Days)
Seniors $4,450 Adults $4,500 (Land Only Seniors $4,150 Adults $4,200) S/Supp $990
Join us on this magical tour across the Nullarbor Plain, visiting some of the wonderful coastal towns of South Australia along the Great Australian Bight.



Day 1

We depart Perth and head south on the Albany Highway, then on to Hyden, Wave Rock, and Mulka’s Cave, which has a very interesting Aboriginal legend associated with it. Overnight in Hyden. (D)


Day 2

This morning we leave Hyden and make our way towards Norseman on the Norseman Hyden road, stopping at the beautiful Lake Johnson on the way. We have some time in Norseman before taking the Eyre Highway across the Nullarbor.  We pass Dundas Nature reserve on the way to Balladonia, which is our evening stop. (B)


Day 3

Continuing on our journey, we travel the longest straight road in the world, the “90 Mile Straight”, stopping to enjoy the spectacular vista of the  Great Australian Bight on the way. Later we cross the WA border into South Australia at Eucla. With the great Southern Ocean on our right, we arrive at the Nullarbor Motel, our evening stop. (B,D)


Day 4

Today we finish our road trip across the Nullarbor and make our way to the coastal town of Ceduna, on the shores of Murat Bay. Ceduna has played an important role in Australia’s overall development due to it being a fishing port and a railway hub. We spend some time here, before taking the Flinders Hwy to Streaky Bay, another lovely coastal town, and our evening stop. (B,D)


Day 5

Today on our way to Port Lincoln we visit Murphy’s Haystacks, which are ancient, wind-worn pillars and boulders of pink granite estimated to be over 1,500 million years old. Set in the middle of a wheat field and surrounded by mallee scrub, they are one of the most popular and photographed attractions on the Eyre Peninsula. Later it’s on to Elliston, located on Waterloo Bay, then to Coffin Bay and Port Lincoln, our home for the next two nights. (B,D)


Day 6

Welcome to Port Lincoln, the “Seafood Capital of Australia”. With its population of 14,000, Port Lincoln is a major commercial centre for the Eyre Peninsula and a popular destination for visitors. In the Afternoon we’ll discover Australia’s largest commercial fishing fleet and our millionaire’s playground. Learn the history and future of the Lincoln Cove Marina on a cruise, as well as a brief overview of Port Lincoln’s various fishing industries. Later we return to our accommodation. (B)


Day 7

We travel beside the Spencer’s Gulf today, and visit Tumby Bay, Arno Bay, Whyalla and Port Augusta, before Travelling on to Hawker “The Gateway to the Flinders Ranges”, and our home for two nights. (B,D)


Day 8

This morning we visit the wonderful little town of Blinman. Historic Blinman is the highest town in South Australia, set deep in the heart of the Flinders Ranges. In the afternoon we visit the interesting old Wilpena Station, an amazingly kept piece of Australian History. We also visit Wilpena Pound before returning to our accommodation. (B,D)


Day 9

Departing Hawker we make our way to the Flinders Ranges town of Orroroo for a morning tea stop, then on to the historic town of Burra. We discover the past of this heritage listed town, before arriving in Adelaide for our last night together.  (B,D)


Day 10

This morning we visit the Adelaide Botanical Gardens and the seaside town of Glenelg, before you are transferred to the airport for your flight home. (B)

Wave Rock

Mulka’s Cave

Lake Johnson

Great Australian Bight

Murphy’s Haystacks

Streaky Bay

Coffin Bay

Port Lincoln cruise


Port Augusta



Wilpena Pound


Burra town tour

Flight Adelaide to Perth

Motel accommodation

Daily breakfasts, six dinners


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Phone: 1300 662 026


We are proud to be associated with All Aboard Coach Tours (school and community group catering and special functions) – All Aboard Coach Tours, and proud member of – Tourism Western Australia

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