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Tour the most phenomenal locations in Australia with Road2Adventure. Our epic road trips held all throughout the year, feels as if you’re travelling the countryside with a group of mates, creating unforgettable memories with days full of laughter, fun, and wild adventures. Our stress-free, laid-back environment allows us to have flexibility with our schedule so you can experience the very best of every location we visit.

Our fully equipped travelling accommodation (GUS the BUS) provides you a safe, reliable way to travel Australia with all the comforts of home. Sleep in your own bed on the bus, enjoy hot daily showers, and fully relax in style with Road2Adventure.

Where to Next?!...Upcoming Tours

19 Days

Perth to Broome

AUD 3,785

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and join us on our adventure filled journey to tropical Broome. Travel the West Coast in style creating unforgettable memories, making new friends from across the globe, and experience spectacular scenery along the way. Visiting a variety of known natural landmarks, coral reefs, dramatic gorges, and a selection of hidden gems, this trip is perfect for snorkelling and hiking enthusiasts. Sit back, relax, and experience the unique wonders of the West Australian coastline.

14 Days

Broome to Darwin

AUD 2,885

24th of August 2023 06th of September 2023

Experience the raw Australia and head North for Winter. Our Broome to Darwin trip crosses the iconic Kimberley Region and into the Northern Territory (NT). Four-wheel drive adventures, river crossings, crocodiles, breathtaking landscapes, and countless fresh water swimming holes – this is one for the ADVENTURE HUNGRY traveller!

Destinations Along this Journey Include…

A Sandy Escapade
Perth Wedge Island Lancelin Sand Dunes The Pinnacles

We like to start (or end) the trip with a buzz, so a stop at Lancelin Sand Dunes for some sandboarding is a must! There’s also the chance to go quad biking or experience thrill rides with Mr Xtreme for an optional extra!

Wedge Island is definitely worth a stop to check out the old fishing shacks that line the coast as well as the stunning beach, which is ideal for learning to surf. The Pinnacles are a major tourist attraction where we try to catch golden hour when the lighting and shadows are at their best and all the crowds are gone.

Cruisin’ the Coast
Jurien Bay Geraldton Stockyard Gully Pink Lake Kalbarri

The coastline between Jurien Bay and Geraldton is abundant with beach side camping and specular hidden caves. Wake up just meters from the ocean, then head underground at Stockyard Gully to check out the awesome caves and riverbeds running beneath your feet.

The Pink Lake is an unforgettable location so we aim to camp near this gem so you can snap it at its finest, during sunrise or sunset! Kalbarri has so much to offer from stunning hikes, epic surf breaks, and coastal cliff walks which are great for spotting whales and dolphins. The Kalbarri Gorges are truly beautiful and of course we can’t leave without the obligatory group photo at Natures Window.

Natural Wonders of WA
Shark Bay Monkey Mia Carnarvon Quobba Blow Holes Coral Bay Exmouth Cape Range Ningaloo Reef

Almost everyone traveling the west coast has heard of Coral Bay and Exmouth. They are so well known because the stunning Ningaloo Reef is so easily accessible from these places. Snorkel over huge colourful coral gardens full of life whilst seeing turtles, reef sharks, countless reef fish, and large whale sharks. Along this section of the coast, we also visit Shark Bay, Monkey Mia, Carnarvon, and the Quobba Blow Holes which always put on a good show.

Running parallel to the Ningaloo Reef lies Cape Range National Park which has plenty of great walks into deep creeks and canyons where you’ll likely see the tiny Rock Wallabies hanging out on the cliff ledges.

The Legends...
Karijini National Park Port Hedland Eighty Mile Beach

600km inland from the coast is arguably the best National Park in Australia, Karijini! The park is full of deep gorges and swimming holes giving a perfect balance between hiking in the red dirt and washing it all off in the cool pools. It’s also home to Mount Bruce, one of WA’s highest peaks and an incredible mountain to climb to watch sunrise.

Visiting the mining town of Port Hedland, we take a dip in the locals swimming hole and witness first-hand the scale of the major mining industry. Eighty Mile Beach is another great spot to take an evening dip and always provides the best sunsets. (Karijini Park Entry Included!)

Final Destination…Or Are We Just Getting Started?!

Cable Beach & Broome

Whether you’re starting or finishing your trip in Broome, it’s not complete without a swim at Cable Beach or jumping from the rocks at Gantheaume Point. Depending on the dates we might be lucky enough to gaze upon the ‘Staircase to the Moon’ as the Moon rises over the mangroves whilst we treat ourselves to dinner at the bustling night markets.

Cable Beach is famous across the world for its iconic camel rides, spectacular sunsets, and fantastic spots to try your hand at swimming, fishing, kayaking, or taking a simple beach stroll. We may even park the bus on Cable beach and watch the sunset, creating an unforgettable ending, or beginning, to your trip with us.

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Destinations Along this Journey Include…

Captivating Coastlines
Broome Cable Beach Dampier Peninsula ‘Cape Leveque’

There’s no better way to start or finish your trip in Broome than parking the bus on the world-famous Cable Beach and taking a refreshing swim in the ocean. Cable Beach is known for the unforgettable, vibrant sunsets, camel convoys, and 22km’s of white sandy beachline to cruise or relax in the sun.

Following Cable Beach, we’ll visit Dampier Peninsula north of Broome, then head to the tip ‘Cape Leveque’ to check out the remote aboriginal communities of One Arm Point and Beagle Bay or head to the Western Beaches where the red dirt meets the ocean.

Cruisin’ Gibb River Road
Tunnel Creek Winjana Gorge Bungle Bungles Cathedral Gorge El Questro Station

Leaving the bus behind for two days and one night we’ll load up the 4WD and set off to explore the Gibb River Road. Before we even reach the Gibb you’ll be dodging bats and fresh water crocs at Tunnel Creek and Winjana Gorge! After an epic day of off-roading, we’ll set up camp overlooking the outback and cook up a storm in the camp oven on an open fire.

The crazy rock formations known as the Bungle Bungles are a day mission in the 4WD. We’ll spend a full day hiking and scrambling in this National Park including Echidna Chasm and Cathedral Gorge. El Questro Station is at the eastern end of the Gibb and is a tropical oasis with awesome swimming holes, hikes, and hot water springs. Emma Gorge and El Questro Gorge are two of the best in the area.

Chasing Waterfalls
Lake Argyle Kununarra Joe Creek Victoria River Litchfield National Park Magnetic Termite Nests

Just on the WA/ NT border is the massive Lake Argyle, very well known for its infinity pool and fresh water crocs. Between Kununarra and Katherine, we’ll stop at Joe Creek and stretch our legs on a short walk to see some aboriginal rock art on the cliffs and again along the Victoria River to see if we can spot some salties (salt water crocs) sunning themselves on the banks!

Litchfield National Park has so much to offer in such a small area. We’ll visit the weird and wonderful Magnetic Termite Nests, walk and swim in countless swimming holes, and marvel at the picture-perfect Wangi Falls.

The End of The Journey…Or is it Just the Beginning?!
Adelaide River Darwin

Finish up your trip with us (or begin your journey), on the Adelaide River watching huge salt water crocs jumping out of the water for scraps of buffalo meat. The Northern Territory (NT) is well known for the wild Australian predators which are seen both in the wild and on adventure tours which is ultimately the safest way to experience these unique, wild creatures.

Breathtaking views, ancient scenery, and specular golden sunsets make Darwin a stunning location to visit especially between the months of April and September.

Are You Ready to Make Unforgettable Memories?

Where to Next?!...Upcoming Tours

19 Days

Perth to Broome

AUD 3,785

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and join us on our adventure filled journey to tropical Broome. Travel the West Coast in style creating unforgettable memories, making new friends from across the globe, and experience spectacular scenery along the way. Visiting a variety of known natural landmarks, coral reefs, dramatic gorges, and a selection of hidden gems, this trip is perfect for snorkelling and hiking enthusiasts. Sit back, relax, and experience the unique wonders of the West Australian coastline.

14 Days

Broome to Darwin

AUD 2,885

24th of August 2023 06th of September 2023

Experience the raw Australia and head North for Winter. Our Broome to Darwin trip crosses the iconic Kimberley Region and into the Northern Territory (NT). Four-wheel drive adventures, river crossings, crocodiles, breathtaking landscapes, and countless fresh water swimming holes – this is one for the ADVENTURE HUNGRY traveller!

Sit Back, Relax, and Join Our Adventure

Let's Take Our Sweet Time

At Road2Adventure, we proudly take our sweet time on tours so you can experience the very best of every unique location and known landmark we visit. With many of our tours operating over twice the length of other providers, you can travel Australia while taking your time and enjoying each location and experience. Create long-lasting memories with Road2Adventure.

Comfort, Comfort, Comfort

The Road2Adventure buses are fully equipped with everything you’ll need to travel Australia comfortably and stress-free. Our ‘on-the-road’ accommodation provides you your own bed every night onboard the bus - no need to worry about Aussie critters and reptiles! You can also have nice hot showers daily and cook proper meals in our full kitchen or slide out BBQ.

Get Off the Beaten Track

On each of our journeys around Australia, we tow a Toyota Troopcarrier (large agile 4WD) behind the bus which allows us to take you off the beaten track and explore secluded places most tourist don’t get to experience! We pride ourselves on providing you a ‘true blue Aussie experience’ rather than simply seeing locations from a bus window. Let’s get out and explore!

More Adventure Than Ever

We strive to make all our tours as active and adventurous as we can. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to experience fun, adventurous activities such as paddle boarding, surfing, snorkelling, fishing, skate boarding, hiking, swimming, and more! Our tours at Road2Adventure are perfect for fun, active, adventure hungry travellers and cruisy explorers alike.

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Destinations Along this Journey Include…

A Sandy Escapade
Perth Wedge Island Lancelin Sand Dunes The Pinnacles

We like to start (or end) the trip with a buzz, so a stop at Lancelin Sand Dunes for some sandboarding is a must! There’s also the chance to go quad biking or experience thrill rides with Mr Xtreme for an optional extra!

Wedge Island is definitely worth a stop to check out the old fishing shacks that line the coast as well as the stunning beach, which is ideal for learning to surf. The Pinnacles are a major tourist attraction where we try to catch golden hour when the lighting and shadows are at their best and all the crowds are gone.

Cruisin’ the Coast
Jurien Bay Geraldton Stockyard Gully Pink Lake Kalbarri

The coastline between Jurien Bay and Geraldton is abundant with beach side camping and specular hidden caves. Wake up just meters from the ocean, then head underground at Stockyard Gully to check out the awesome caves and riverbeds running beneath your feet.

The Pink Lake is an unforgettable location so we aim to camp near this gem so you can snap it at its finest, during sunrise or sunset! Kalbarri has so much to offer from stunning hikes, epic surf breaks, and coastal cliff walks which are great for spotting whales and dolphins. The Kalbarri Gorges are truly beautiful and of course we can’t leave without the obligatory group photo at Natures Window.

Natural Wonders of WA
Shark Bay Monkey Mia Carnarvon Quobba Blow Holes Coral Bay Exmouth Cape Range Ningaloo Reef

Almost everyone traveling the west coast has heard of Coral Bay and Exmouth. They are so well known because the stunning Ningaloo Reef is so easily accessible from these places. Snorkel over huge colourful coral gardens full of life whilst seeing turtles, reef sharks, countless reef fish, and large whale sharks. Along this section of the coast, we also visit Shark Bay, Monkey Mia, Carnarvon, and the Quobba Blow Holes which always put on a good show.

Running parallel to the Ningaloo Reef lies Cape Range National Park which has plenty of great walks into deep creeks and canyons where you’ll likely see the tiny Rock Wallabies hanging out on the cliff ledges.

The Legends...
Karijini National Park Port Hedland Eighty Mile Beach

600km inland from the coast is arguably the best National Park in Australia, Karijini! The park is full of deep gorges and swimming holes giving a perfect balance between hiking in the red dirt and washing it all off in the cool pools. It’s also home to Mount Bruce, one of WA’s highest peaks and an incredible mountain to climb to watch sunrise.

Visiting the mining town of Port Hedland, we take a dip in the locals swimming hole and witness first-hand the scale of the major mining industry. Eighty Mile Beach is another great spot to take an evening dip and always provides the best sunsets. (Karijini Park Entry Included!)

Final Destination…Or Are We Just Getting Started?!
Cable Beach & Broome

Whether you’re starting or finishing your trip in Broome, it’s not complete without a swim at Cable Beach or jumping from the rocks at Gantheaume Point. Depending on the dates we might be lucky enough to gaze upon the ‘Staircase to the Moon’ as the Moon rises over the mangroves whilst we treat ourselves to dinner at the bustling night markets.

Cable Beach is famous across the world for its iconic camel rides, spectacular sunsets, and fantastic spots to try your hand at swimming, fishing, kayaking, or taking a simple beach stroll. We may even park the bus on Cable beach and watch the sunset, creating an unforgettable ending, or beginning, to your trip with us.

Are You Ready to Make Unforgettable Memories?

Destinations Along this Journey Include…

Captivating Coastlines
Broome Cable Beach Dampier Peninsula ‘Cape Leveque’

There’s no better way to start or finish your trip in Broome than parking the bus on the world-famous Cable Beach and taking a refreshing swim in the ocean. Cable Beach is known for the unforgettable, vibrant sunsets, camel convoys, and 22km’s of white sandy beachline to cruise or relax in the sun.

Following Cable Beach, we’ll visit Dampier Peninsula north of Broome, then head to the tip ‘Cape Leveque’ to check out the remote aboriginal communities of One Arm Point and Beagle Bay or head to the Western Beaches where the red dirt meets the ocean.

Cruisin’ Gibb River Road
Tunnel Creek Winjana Gorge Bungle Bungles Cathedral Gorge El Questro Station

Leaving the bus behind for two days and one night we’ll load up the 4WD and set off to explore the Gibb River Road. Before we even reach the Gibb you’ll be dodging bats and fresh water crocs at Tunnel Creek and Winjana Gorge! After an epic day of off-roading, we’ll set up camp overlooking the outback and cook up a storm in the camp oven on an open fire.

The crazy rock formations known as the Bungle Bungles are a day mission in the 4WD. We’ll spend a full day hiking and scrambling in this National Park including Echidna Chasm and Cathedral Gorge. El Questro Station is at the eastern end of the Gibb and is a tropical oasis with awesome swimming holes, hikes, and hot water springs. Emma Gorge and El Questro Gorge are two of the best in the area.

Chasing Waterfalls
Lake Argyle Kununarra Joe Creek Victoria River Litchfield National Park Magnetic Termite Nests

Just on the WA/ NT border is the massive Lake Argyle, very well known for its infinity pool and fresh water crocs. Between Kununarra and Katherine, we’ll stop at Joe Creek and stretch our legs on a short walk to see some aboriginal rock art on the cliffs and again along the Victoria River to see if we can spot some salties (salt water crocs) sunning themselves on the banks!

Litchfield National Park has so much to offer in such a small area. We’ll visit the weird and wonderful Magnetic Termite Nests, walk and swim in countless swimming holes, and marvel at the picture-perfect Wangi Falls.

The End of The Journey…Or is it Just the Beginning?!
Adelaide River Darwin

Finish up your trip with us (or begin your journey), on the Adelaide River watching huge salt water crocs jumping out of the water for scraps of buffalo meat. The Northern Territory (NT) is well known for the wild Australian predators which are seen both in the wild and on adventure tours which is ultimately the safest way to experience these unique, wild creatures.

Breathtaking views, ancient scenery, and specular golden sunsets make Darwin a stunning location to visit especially between the months of April and September.

Are You Ready to Make Unforgettable Memories?