Discover the wonderful world of Western Australia during this trip which takes you along the coast from Darwin to Perth. Along the way you’ll take small trips to the inland where you can explore and see wildlife in its natural habitat. Endless plains are alternated with white beaches and imposing rock canyons. See amazing crocodiles in the Crocodylus Park in Darwin and go for a nature walk in the El Questro Wilderness Park. Lake Argyle is the largest reservoir in Australia and really worthwhile visiting. Snorkel in the largest reefs in the world in the Ningaloo Marine park and see dolphins in Monkey Mia. Your Apollo holiday ends in Perth, where there are so many activities to do at the completion of your journey.
||Darwin - Kakadu
||Kakadu - Katherine
||Katherine - Kununurra
||Kunnunura - El Questro
||El Questro - Kimberley
||Kimberley - Broome
||Broome - Port Hedland
||Port Hedland - Karijini
||Karijini - Coral Bay
|| Coral Bay - Monkey Mia
||Monkey Mia – Kalbarri
|| Kalbarri – Cervantes
||Cervantes – Perth
Visit or Swim with the Crocs at Crocosaurus Cove Itinerary: Day 1
Just 45 minutes from Cairns aboard a fast catamaran, you will find yourself a world away on Green Island - a beautiful coral cay in the Great Barrier Reef.
Lake Argyle Itinerary: Day 6
One of Western Australias largest lakes offers boat cruises, fishing and an abundance of native animals and birds. Lake Argyle is the largest manmade lake in Australia. It’s several times larger than Sydney Harbour and holds up to 32 million cubic metres of water.
El Questro Wilderness Park Itinerary: Day 8
A million acres in size and extends for approximately 80 kilometres into the heart of the region, most of which has never been explored. It is one of the last true frontiers.
Nigaloo Marine Park Itinerary: Day 17
For swimming, diving and snorkelling at one of the world's most pristine reefs head to Ningaloo Marine Park near the towns of Coral Bay and Exmouth along Western Australia's north-coast. One of its star attractions is Ningaloo Reef which’s one of the few places on earth where you can swim with the world's biggest fish, the Whaleshark.