Australian Walking Holidays announces three new WA itineraries alongside pre-season sale

Australian Walking Holidays announces three new WA itineraries alongside pre-season sale
Edited by Travel Weekly


    Australian Walking Holidays is celebrating the impending Western Australian travel season with a massive sale and the launch of three new trips.

    The sale offers savings of up to $990 per person on selected walking, trekking and cycling adventures, while the new trips explore some of WA’s most desirable destinations.

    The Australian Walking Holidays BIG Western Australia sale includes:

    Kimberley Explorer 13 days, SAVE $990

    Revel in the spectacular scenery, gorges, swimming holes and abundant wildlife of the Kimberley across 13 days of day-pack only short walks.

    A scenic and memorable journey through some of the Kimberley’s most iconic destinations including El Questro, Kununnura, Lake Argyle and Purnululu (Bungle Bungle).

    Limited departures from 1 May 2024. Priced from $3960 AUD per person (flights not included).

    Karijini National Park & Ningaloo Reef Adventure 10 days, SAVE $690

    Explore the dramatic gorges of Karijini National Park and soak up the beauty of Ningaloo Reef with the perfect blend of activity and rest.

    Spend four full days in Karijini walking, swimming, exploring and relaxing before driving to Exmouth and the epic Ningaloo Reef.

    Departures from 4 May 2024. Priced from $2719 AUD per person (flights not included)

    Munda Biddi Cycling Adventure – Walpole to Manjimup 7 days, SAVE $525

    The Munda Biddi Trail (“path through the forest” in the local indigenous language) is a world class cycling trail in southern WA, over 1000 kilometres long.

     Complete the best parts of the northern section cycling 40 to 60km per day on the trail between Walpole and Manjimup. Includes vehicle support, comfortable accommodation and cooked meals.

    Departures from 24 March 2024. Priced from $2974 AUD per person (flights not included).

    Munda Biddi Cycling Adventure – Albany to Walpole 6 days, SAVE $382

    Complete 207km of the southern half of this world class trail over 6 unforgettable days.

    Visit Greens Pool, one of Australia’s most picturesque beaches, and cycle through lush forests of tall Karri and Tingle trees. Includes vehicle support, comfortable accommodation and delicious cooked meals.

    Departures from 24 March 2024. Priced from $2167 AUD per person (flights not included).

    The excitement doesn’t stop with the sale – Australian Walking Holidays’ three new West Australian itineraries include:

    Karijini and Ningaloo Reef Explorer 7 days, priced from $3895 per person (single supplement $650)

    Two itineraries: East to West (Karijini to Ningaloo) and West to East (Ningaloo to Karijini).

    Highlights: Karijini National Park, Cape Range National Park, Ningaloo Reef

    Accommodations: 7 nights in Karijini (option to upgrade to Deluxe Eco Tents), 2 nights at Bullara Station

    Departure Dates: Between June 8, 2024, and August 25, 2025

    Best of the Bibbulmun Track 9 days, priced from $4295 per person

    Highlights: Parry Beach to Albany, Denmark area, Greens Pool, Elephant Rocks

    Accommodations: 7 nights at Cosy Corner Seaview Apartments, 1 night at Karri Valley Resort

    Departure Dates: November 5 and 24, 2024, and from September 28, 2025

    Bungle Bungles Piccaninny Gorge Trek 5 days, priced from $3695 per person

    Highlights: Fly in, fly out adventure taking in Piccaninny Gorge, Bungle Bungle Range, Cathedral Gorge

    Accommodations: 4 nights wilderness camping

    Departure Dates: June 2, June 9, June 30, and July 7, 2024

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