Exmouth to Broome - Itinerary


Day One - Flight Perth to Exmouth

EXMOUTH (PL, PM, Villa). Morning or afternoon flight to Exmouth. Airport pick-up. Check-in to accommodation and welcome briefing. Late afternoon photography session, sunset, blue light and astrophotography workshop overlooking the Indian Ocean at the spectacular Vlamingh Head Lighthouse. Welcome dinner in the evening. (Flight not included ~ 1196kms)  


Day Two

EXMOUTH (CB, PL, Motel/ Villa). A most fascinating place and another day of spectacular landscapes! Early morning sunrise. After breakfast, we travel to the head of the Gulf, then onto the amazing Cape Range National park where we enjoy the rest of the day. Turquoise Bay, Jurabi Turtle Centre, Mildura Ship Wreck are just some of the fascinating sites we explore today. Evening meal and free time in the evening to go through your images. 

Optional: Ningaloo Whaleshark Swim (8am to 4pm app.) Not included in the photography tour cost. Pre-booking is highly recommended.


Day Three

EXMOUTH – CORAL BAY (CB, PL, SM, Hotel). Departing Exmouth early morning, we travel via Cape Range National Park and the spectacular scenery of Charles Knife Road, where oil was first found in Western Australia in the 1950’s. Onto to the Manilya – Exmouth road and Coral Bay where we check-in our accommodation for the night overlooking the bay. Weather permitting, we’ll walk down by the beach to catch the sunset and with a bit of luck get another glimpse at the mighty Milky Way . 150kms


Day Four

CORAL BAY – CHEELA PLAINS STATION (CB, PL, SM, Camp). There is no better way to start our last morning along Ningaloo Reef than with a 3 hours sea adventure aboard the Turtle Eco Tour! Back just on time for lunch and onto to the Nanutarra road, Ashburton River and Cheela Plains Station where we set-up camp overlooking the vast working cattle station nestled in the semi-arid, pastoral rangelands of the Pilbara in northern Western Australia. Tonight we enjoy an authentic 2 course homestead tucker. 460kms


Day Five, Six & Seven

KARIJINI NATIONAL PARK (CB, PL, CD, Camp). It’s photography time! Three day is the perfect amount of time needed to explore the Karijini National Park and its amazing gorges. Formed over 2,500 million years ago, the Hamersley Ranges are some of the most unusual land formations on earth. Deep in the gorges you’ll come across cascading waterfalls and still water holes, a little paradise for both novice and experienced eyes, offering amazing photo opportunities. Weano Gorge, Joffre Gorge, Kalamita Gorge, Hancock Gorge and Kermit Pool are just some of the stunning areas we’ll get to. Definitely a highlight!  190kms 


Day Eight

KARIJINI NATIONAL PARK TO AUSKI (CB, PL, CD, Camp). Another busy photography day and plenty of photography opportunity at Dale Gorge; Fortescue Falls, Fern Pool, Circular Pool in the morning, and the breathing mountain views from the Albert Tognilini lookout, our camp for the night!  100kms 


Day Nine

AUSKI – PORT HEADLAND (CB, PL, Motel). Early morning start. On the way to Port Headland, we get off the beaten track to view recently discovered and well kept ancient indigenous art on the outskirt of the breathtaking Karijini National Park, near Mt Robinson. The road trip takes us through the spectacular Pilbara scenery following the Great Northern Hwy. 370kms


Day Ten & Eleven

PORT HEADLAND – BROOME (CB, PL, PM, Camp/Resort). Early start. Back on Hwy 1, we follow the Northwest coastline all the way to Broome via 80 Mile Beach. 610kms


Day Twelve & Thirteen

BROOME (CB, Hotel/Resort). Free Morning, be a tourist, sleep-in, recharge, relax on the beach, take a camel ride and watch the sunset or join us on a relaxing ‘editorial travel photography’ day exploring magical Broome!

Broome is like nowhere else in the world. A town with a point of difference located on a very small Peninsula in the Kimberley Region, in North-Western Australia. This is where one of the world’s last great wildernesses meets the Indian Ocean. Broome’s exotic pearling town past has left a rich history and a distinctive melting pot of wonderful multi-cultural mix of people. Pristine waters, wide empty beaches, abundant wildlife, tropical climate and vivid breathtaking colours. 

It’s photography time! We head north along a 4WD track to coastal locations including James Price Point where rich red pindan cliffs drop onto white sandy beaches, Quondong Point, Willie Creek, Gantheaume Point and Cable Beach, just to mention a few!

‘Pindan is a name given to the red-soil country of the south-western Kimberley region of Western Australia. The term comes from a local language and applies both to the soil and to the vegetation community associated with it’

Two full day exploring Broome’s coastline and its amazing inland treasures. Early sunrise at Simpsons Beach, we get creative capturing the coastal landscapes, mangroves, big tidal movements and wildlife. Late afternoon sessions workshop to capture the amazing vivid colours of the South Kimberley, stunning sunset, blue hour, twilight and stargazing. Not to forget the mesmerising ‘STAIRCASE TO THE MOON’ phenomenon. Definitely a highlight!  


Day Fourteen

BROOME – PERTH (CB). Today we say our goodbyes. Checkout after breakfast and airport transfer to catch you flight back to Perth in the morning, if you are flying back in the evening, a great opportunity to treat yourself to an Horizontal Fall Scenic Flight!

Flights are not included.

B = Breakfast | L = Lunch | D = Dinner | P = Picnic | P = Pub | C = Camp | M = Motel | V = Villa/Chalet 

There is a STRICT luggage limit of 15kgs per person, in a backpack or soft bag (Camera equipment not included in the 15kgs). 

Accommodations and meals are subject to availability and may vary depending the seasons. 

A perfect add-on before your BROOME Photo Tour is our PERTH HALF DAY TOUR or following straight after, join us on our MARGARET RIVER extension.