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11 Day Kalbarri & Coral Coast

11 Day Kalbarri & Coral Coast

11 Day Kalbarri & Coral Coast

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✓ Incredible sightseeing, explore the remote Abrolhos Islands by air and land, walk the ocean cliffs and ancient gorges of Kalbarri National Park, wander through the Pinnacles, meet the dolphins of Monkey Mia and marvel at the famous wildflowers of Western Australia
✓ Small group experience, with no more than 15 guests
✓ 25 meals, including 10 breakfasts, 8 lunches and 7 dinners
✓ 10 nights in comfortable, centrally located accommodation
✓ Fully escorted by a driver-guide from Day 2 to 10
✓ Scenic flight over the Abrolhos Islands with a landing at East Wallabi Island
✓ Explore the pristine waters of Shark Bay and Dirk Hartog Island on a full day excursion
✓ Pack-free hiking in some of Australia’s most stunning scenery
✓ Dedicated transport in an air-conditioned vehicle
✓ All national park entry fees and permits
✓ 7 Day Cooling Off Period

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