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Join Travelmarvel along the West Coast of Australia, and experience natural beauty, enthralling history and wonderful wildlife. Throughout your holiday, stay in centrally located premium accommodation, enjoy many meals and comprehensive sightseeing inclusions.

Travelmarvel’s friendly and experienced Tour Directors will take care of every detail. Local guides are on-hand at a number of locations to share their knowledge. Transfers, tipping, port charges and entrance fees are all included in your tour price.

Arriving in Perth, you’ll be met by your dedicated Travelmarvel Tour Director and Driver for your 18-Day West Coast Adventure, priced at $7895* per person twin share. Be guided up the coast, to Monkey Mia, where you’ll embark on a sunset cruise on Shark Bay. Travel through the Great Sandy Desert, and into the rugged Kimberley Region. Stay at El Questro Wilderness Park, and dine on a home-style dinner under the stars, before continuing north to depart from Darwin.

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