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Perth Exmouth Road Trip – The Ultimate Western Australia Itinerary!

Dreaming of heading off on a Perth to Exmouth road trip – one of the most amazing road trips in the whole of Australia? A 10 day Perth to Broome road trip will give you plenty time to explore this beautiful but very underrated part of Australia!

If you are only able to take one road trip in Western Australia, the Perth to Exmouth itinerary has to be it!

There are so many unique things to do here, from swimming with whale sharks and manta rays to seeing kangaroos on the beach, seeing otherworldly landscapes, taking quokka selfies, kayaking to stunning deserted beaches or watching stunning sunsets every night!

You’ll get to do all that here on this Perth to Exmouth Western Australia itinerary!

Cottesloe Beach Perth aerial view from above drone


Highlights & Key Stops on the Perth To Exmouth Drive

If you plan to do a roadtrip between Perth and Exmouth, below are all the highlights and must do experiences you will want to include on your Western Australia drive itinerary.

  1. Perth (only major city in WA!)
  2. Rottnest Island – famous for its cute quokkas!
  3. Lancelin Sand Dunes
  4. The Pinnacles (Nambung National Park) – landscapes literally out of this world!
  5. Jurien Bay (to swim with sea lions!)
  6. Pink Lake (Hutt Lagoon)
  7. Kalbarri National Park
  8. Shark Bay – Monkey Mia (to see wild dolphins come up to the beach!)
  9. Coral Bay (swimming with whale sharks and manta rays!)
  10. Exmouth – for Ningaloo Reef and turtle nesting season

Rottnest island beaches

I would advise no less than 10 days to do the complete itinerary. It’s a long drive and you want to enjoy all the unique experiences and landscapes that Western Australia has to offer!

The trip from Perth to Exmouth is a fantastic road trip but be prepared a lot of driving is involved, so you want to make sure you spend enough time at the stops to really enjoy all the beauty of Western Australia.

If you have less time, you may have to omit some of the stops from your itinerary. If you only have a few days and your time does not stretch to 10 days, CLICK HERE TO BOOK A PERTH TO EXMOUTH 6 DAY TOUR!

This blog will detail the itinerary from Perth to Exmouth. If you will be doing the road trip the other way, and driving from Exmouth to Perth, just do the itinerary in reverse.

If you want to extend your Perth to Exmouth road trip up towards Broome, check out this 2 week Perth to Broome road trip itinerary!

Rottnest island beaches


Day 1: Perth

There are many things to do in Perth before you head off north on your road trip to Exmouth. Make sure you enjoy time in Perth before you start your road trip to Exmouth, so you can enjoy the only bit of ‘city’ life in Western Australia.

Discover all the things you can do in Perth in this self-drive travel blog, including visiting King’s Park, as well as Perth’s iconic Cottesloe Beach and Scarborough Beach – the water here is crystal clear!

Also, check out the Blue Boat Shed – one of the best photo spots in Perth!

In addition, make sure to head over to Fremantle which is a 30-minute drive from Perth CBD.

Explore the Fremantle Market (only open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays) and the iconic Fremantle Prison two of the best places to visit in Fremantle!

You can also visit the Omeo Wreck in Coogee (a suburb of Perth – not to be mixed up with the Coogee in Sydney!) which is a short drive south of Fremantle.

The Omeo Wreck Dive Trail is a great place to snorkel, and the white sand at Coogee Beach is stunning.

The Omeo Wreck is a shore-based shipwreck that lies just under the water 25 metres from the shore of the north end of Coogee Beach. The sternpost is visible from the water – very similar to The Wreck in Byron Bay.

Cottesloe beach perth

Accommodation in Perth: The Mantra on Murray is the perfect hotel situated in an absolutely fabulous location on the river.

Day 2: Rottnest Island

On day 2 head over to Rottnest Island and see the quokkas there. Rottnest Island is a beautiful island paradise in the Indian Ocean that’s definitely worth visiting and can be easily reached as a day trip from Perth.

Less than 20km from Perth’s coastline, Rottnest boasts 63 brilliant white sand beaches, clear blue waters, bays and secluded coves, however, it is most famous for the quokka!

The quokka, which can be resembled to a small kangaroo, can be found only on Rottnest Island and is known as the world’s happiest animal!

They are very friendly animals and it is common for them to approach humans closely as they are curious about human interaction.

They are found everywhere on the island so it won’t be long before you see one: there are over 11,000 quokkas on the island and in 5 hours my friend and I must have seen at least 60 quokkas!

quokkas rottnest island Western Australia

Visiting Rottnest Island is a popular summer excursion for people living in Perth, and it’s actually known as Perth’s playground so it’s absolutely worth a visit when in Perth!

To get to Rottnest, take the ferry from Barrack Street Jetty in Perth at 08.30 am – this is the fast ferry and gets into Rottnest at 10.45.

Otherwise, you will need to take the slow ferry, departing at 09.25 and arriving at 12.30, as you need to change ferry at Fremantle.

Get the 16.25 ferry back, getting into Perth at 18.00. You will need to transfer at Fremantle B-Shed, so you may even want to get off there and spend the evening in Fremantle.

The ferry is $99AUD return, which includes the admission fee to the island. Rottnest is only a small island, 11km x 4.5km and so there are only a few restaurants and shops.

Consider bringing a picnic if you are fussy, although we ate a delicious lunch in one of the restaurant cafes by the jetty, taking in the view of the Perth skyline.

There is accommodation to stay overnight on Rottnest Island, however, most people, like ourselves, do it as a day trip from Perth.

Day 3: Lancelin Sand Dunes and Pinnacles Desert

Head north from Perth and it will take around 1.5 hours to drive to Lancelin Sand Dunes (traffic may be heavier on holidays so I advise you to leave early). Here you can try sandboarding, which is actually so fun!

For just $10 you can rent sandboards from The General Store (you’ll need to leave a deposit or some form of ID until you return the board).

The sand is so white, so I would recommend wearing sunglasses if your eyes are sensitive to it, especially if it is a sunny day!

Lancelin Sand Dunes Western Australia

Wedge Island

Drive about 1 hour north of the Lancelin Sand Dunes and you will come to Wedge Island. You can drive on the beach here which is pretty cool!

Pinnacles Desert

After you have finished at Wedge Island, it will take around 30 minutes to drive to the Pinnacles Desert, located in Nambung National Park.

The Pinnacles Desert is so vast, unique and impressive. It honestly feels like you are walking on a different planet!

The Pinnacles are natural limestone structures that were formed around 25,000 to 30,000 years ago – previously this area was all under water.

Over time, the sea receded and left deposits of seashells. They formed into these pinnacles over time as wind and the elements eroded them.

There are so many opportunities to get great Instagram-worthy photographs here and it will never feel crowded as the National Park is so big.

If you can time your visit for later afternoon and stay until golden hour and sunset, the Pinnacles look especially beautiful at this time.

You will need to pay for National Park entry at Nambung National Park, or just use your National Parks pass if you have already purchased one.

Estimate for around half a day to explore the Pinnacles Desert and Lancelin Sand Dunes.

pinnacles desert Western Australia Day trip

After you’ve visited The Pinnacles, drive the 40 minutes to Jurien Bay as accommodation is very limited by the Pinnacles Desert.

Accommodation in Jurien Bay: Jurien Bay Motel Apartments is located just a 2-minute walk from the beach!

Day 4: Jurien Bay

Jurien Bay is the place to swim with sea lions in Western Australia!

Here at Jurien Bay, there is a large colony of sea lions and you can actually swim with them!

sea lion swimming at Essex Rocks WA 

The best way to swim with the sea lions in Jurien Bay is to book a snorkelling tour. The tours run in the mornings and they last 2.5 hours long.

The sea lions are very playful and curious. They get very close and love having fun!

sea lion blowing bubbles in Jurien Bay WA

After your morning swimming with sea lions, you can relax on the beach at Jurien Bay for a while, rent a Stand Up Paddle Board or go for a snorkel – there are plenty of activities in Jurien Bay to do to keep you entertained!

Afterwards, you can also head to nearby Sandy Cape Recreation Park to check out some of the beautiful beaches there – some of which you can spot kangaroos at dawn and dusk!

From Sandy Cape make the 3-hour drive north towards Hutt Lagoon.

Jurien bay Western Australia


Day 5: Hutt Lagoon & Kalbarri National Park

Hutt Lagoon (Pink Lake)

Hutt Lagoon is one of Western Australia’s stunning pink lakes and is a firm favourite on many people’s Western Australia road trip itinerary! It is an absolute must on the Perth to Exmouth itinerary.

The Pink Lake is a really vibrant pink due to the presence of carotenoid-producing algae and it looks great in photos – especially if you have a drone!

For an even more memorable and once-in-a-lifetime experience, as well as to get the best photos you can book a scenic flight to view the Pink Lake from above!

You can swim in Hutt Lagoon if you fancy – but the lake is very salty and so, therefore, you need to be very careful and swim at your own risk.

For tips on how to swim in very salty water safely – read this article on swimming in The Dead Sea – the saltiest body of water in the world!

The great thing about Hutt Lagoon and pretty much the whole of Western Australia, is that it is really not busy compared to other places in Australia!

Hutt Lagoon is about roughly halfway between Perth and Exmouth. From Hutt Lagoon drive into Kalbarri to get some lunch.

Kalbarri National Park

To enter Kalbarri National Park you’ll need your National Parks Pass. If you just want to visit the main sights listed below, you’ll probably only spend a couple of hours at Kalbarri National Park.

If however, you want to do more hiking here (there are several hiking trails), you may want to spend longer here.

There are several unique spots to visit at Kalbarri National Park – the most famous and iconic sight being Nature’s Window. Nature’s Window is a natural wind-eroded opening in layered sandstone where you can see the river behind.

To reach Nature’s Window it is an easy 1km return hike from the car park.

Other spots of interest at Kalbarri National Park include Hawk’s Head and the Z-Bend. The Z-Bend lookout is just 600m from the car park. The lookout is on an overhang and offers stunning views over the Murchison River Gorge.

The Hawk’s Head lookout is right next to the car park and also offers great views of the Murchison River Gorge.

Explore more of Kalbarri National Park by checking out the coastal part of Kalbarri National Park (just drive along the coast and you will see the main sights). Notable stops are:

Island Rock & Natural Bridge – think similar to Durdle Door or the once Azure Window arch in Malta. The car park is only 100m from the lookout for Island Rock & Natural Bridge, and the views out to the ocean are simply stunning.

Red Bluff Lookout – This is the highest viewpoint in Kalbarri National Park, with a hundred metres of soaring high cliff edges. From the car park, the viewpoint is about 250 metres.

Pot Alley – You’ll also get a nice ocean view over at Pot Alley. You can walk down to the beach (it’s a rocky and winding path) which is really lovely, but it is not safe to swim here.

Day 6: Shark Bay

From Kalbarri National Park it is a 4-hour drive north on a very long and straight road to Shark Bay. You can break up the journey with a stop at Billabong Roadhouse for some food before continuing the drive.

Shark Bay is a beautiful place in Australia and has been awarded World Heritage Status. When you get to Shark Bay, explore the area and be sure to check out the viewpoint at Eagle Bluff Point, as well as Shell Beach.

Francois Peron National Park

You can rent a kayak from RAC Monkey Mia Resort for the afternoon and kayak over to Francois Peron National Park (still located in the Shark Bay World Heritage Area).

Here dramatic red cliffs and red desert sand meet with beautiful white sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters.

The beaches here at this part of Francois Peron National Park are only accessible by water or by a high clearance 4×4 so it will be very quiet here – you might not even see anybody else here!

Look out for the dolphins, stingrays, manta rays, turtles, dugongs (sea cows!) and sharks! If you don’t want to kayak over you can always head over in your vehicle, providing it is a 4×4.

There are lots of red off-road 4WD dirt trails to explore here. If you choose to go here by 4WD remember to let out some of the air in your tyres first.

Before kayaking to Francois Peron National Park it is really important to check out the wind forecast and the tides beforehand.

Where to stay in Shark Bay: I highly recommend staying at the RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort if you want to be close to the dolphins in the morning!


Day 7: Shark Bay/Monkey Mia

Monkey Mia is in Shark Bay World Heritage Area and this is where you will get to see the wild dolphins come to the beach! This is a fantastic experience and should definitely not be missed!

Go for the early morning feed (at 7.45 a.m.) which is when most dolphins are likely to attend! There are later feeds throughout the day, but you may not get as many dolphins at these times.

If you have seen the wild dolphins at Tin Can Bay on Australia’s Eastern Coast it is a similar experience. Only a certain amount of fish are given to these wild dolphins so they learn not to depend on the daily feeds for their food.

Plus the dolphins are completely wild so they choose to come to the shore every day.

It is in no way like a zoo or aquarium – the animals are free to come and the feeding and interaction doesn’t affect their natural habitat. You are not allowed to swim with the dolphins.

From Shark Bay to Coral Bay it is around a 6-hour drive. Luckily there are a few interesting places to see along the way that help break the trip up:

Hamelin Pool

1.5 hours drive from Monkey Mia you’ll find the Hamelin Pool Nature Reserve. Hamelin Pool is home to the most abundant and diverse examples of marine stromatolites (‘living fossils’) in the world.

This is a protected marine area so you are not allowed to swim in it.

Carnavon Cactus Garden

Almost halfway on the drive between Shark Bay and Coral Bay is Carnavon (about a 2-hour drive from Hamelin Pool). Stop here to break up your journey, have some lunch and visit the famous Cactus Garden!

You’ll find The Cactus Garden by The Gascoyne River on the South River Road, along the Fruit Loop Drive Trail. The Cactus Garden is now Insta-famous and is literally on the side of the road, as well as being free to walk around!

Tropic Of Capricorn

Almost two hours north of the Cactus Garden, about half an hour before you reach Coral Bay, you’ll see a sign on the side of the road that marks the Tropic of Capricorn. Can definitely be worth a photo stop!

Day 8: Coral Bay – Ningaloo Reef

Coral Bay is a small town located on Ningaloo Reef. Along with Exmouth, it is a gateway to the Ningaloo Reef – one of the best places in the whole of Western Australia and you should definitely organise a couple of boat tours when you are here. 

One of the most incredible experiences in Western Australia and in fact the whole of Australia, is to be able to swim with whale sharks – the largest fish in the ocean, which is possible at Ningaloo Reef!

Ningaloo Reef is one of the only places in the world where you can swim with wild whale sharks in a sustainable way. It is a fantastic experience and one I would highly recommend! These animals are so majestic and leave you in awe.

The whale shark season runs from March to July and I recommend you to spend your first day in Coral Bay on a whale shark tour.

This is on the off chance that just in case you don’t manage to see any whale sharks, as most companies usually let you go on another tour for free the next day if you don’t see any on your first tour.

There are several companies that offer swimming with whale sharks tours, and most of the tour operators all charge a similar price for the tour (around $500). It is expensive but it is definitely worth it.

Some of the whale shark tours offer more than others however, for example, some include pick up and drop off and photos. Most will include food and snorkelling gear though.


This is the best tour I found. It departs from Coral Bay and is an all-day tour (9 hours).

You’ll get the opportunity to swim with reef sharks, fish and other marine life whilst the spotter plane is locating the whale sharks (giving you a higher chance of being able to swim with the whale sharks!).

Once the spotter plane has located the whale sharks, you’ll be able to swim with them for up to an hour, before then going to another snorkelling spot. Meals and champagne are included, as well as snorkelling equipment and a wetsuit.

Day 9: Coral Bay – Exmouth

Coral Bay is also very well known as one of the only places where you can swim with manta rays! Join this 6 hour tour where you can see turtles and swim with the manta rays year round! Manta Rays are incredible creatures and they are so big and are very inquisitive!

There are also many beautiful beaches around the area, so after your manta ray tour relax on the beaches before heading up to Exmouth. Exmouth is 1.5 hours drive north from Coral Bay and has many beautiful beaches.

You can also swim with whale sharks at Exmouth if you didn’t get the chance in Coral Bay.

Both Exmouth and Coral Bay are known for their marine life, and they offer many similar tours, so just make sure when you are booking your tours that you book them in the area you will have accommodation that day, as Coral Bay and Exmouth are 1.5 hours drive apart from each other and you don’t want to be going back on yourself.

Where to stay overnight in Exmouth: There is accomodation near Cape Range National Park and the nearby beaches.

Day 10: Exmouth – Cape Range National Park

In the morning, visit some of the beautiful beaches at Cape Range National Park (you will need your National Parks pass to enter). There are some absolutely stunning beaches here – including Turquoise Bay which is an absolute must visit.

Turquoise Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches in the whole of Western Australia, and you can even spot turtles and stingrays here whilst you are snorkelling.

If you happen to be around Exmouth from November to March, this is the turtle nesting season! This can be such an incredible sight to witness (although please do not disturb the turtles).

Hundreds of turtles will come to the shore to lay eggs at sunrise and sunset so be sure to visit around this time.

One of the best places to see the turtles laying their eggs and hatching is on the beaches from Hunter Access down to Wobiri Access (Mauritius Beach and Jims Beach) on Yardie Creek Road, which is roughly 18 kilometres north of Exmouth.

Jurabi Turtle Centre is also located here and has lots of information about the turtles here and you can book turtle watching tours here.


What Is The Road Distance To Drive From Exmouth to Perth?

To drive from Exmouth to Perth on the fastest route without any stops, the distance is around 1270 km. This is about 12 hours of driving non-stop.

How Many Days Should I Do My Road Trip From Perth To Exmouth?

Western Australia is huge – it covers over a third of the whole of Australia! Make no mistake – a road trip from Exmouth to Perth is not something you can do in a couple of days!

If you’ve ever done any road trips in Australia, you’ll know just how long the distances can be!

This article includes a 10-day Perth to Exmouth itinerary. I don’t recommend you to go too much shorter than this – if you do so you will risk missing out on some beautiful places Western Australia has to offer.

Of course, this 10-day itinerary can be extended to 2 or even 3 weeks easily if you take it slow. If you only have a few days though and your time simply does not stretch to 10 days, you can do a Perth to Exmouth 6-day tour – CLICK HERE TO BOOK!

Should You Do The Road Trip From Perth To Exmouth, Or From Exmouth To Perth?

So, when you are starting to plan your Western Australia road trip itinerary, one important thing to decide is whether to do your road trip going up from Perth to Exmouth, or whether you wish to start in Exmouth and drive down to Perth.

It doesn’t make a difference on your itinerary – it will really just depend on your schedule.

For example, if you are already doing a road trip around Australia you probably know which direction you want to go in (clockwise or anti-clockwise around Australia).

If you will be flying over to Western Australia to start your road trip, or if you will be hiring a car or camper van, I would definitely recommend you to look at airfare prices and car/campervan hire prices first, as sometimes prices from Exmouth – especially car and camper van hire, can be a lot cheaper than they are from Perth.

They may not be as readily available though, so always check this before you book your flight.

If the rental vehicle prices are significant (sometimes it can be several hundred dollars difference in the vehicle hire!) then often that will make it much easier for you to decide where to start your Western Australia road trip.

Of course, if you have your own vehicle this won’t apply to you.

This itinerary will focus on driving from Perth to Exmouth, as this seems to be the more common route.

What Time Of Year Should I Do The Perth To Exmouth Road Trip?

Most of Western Australia has good weather all year round, which means a road trip is possible during any season.

However whilst Perth enjoys consistent sunny days throughout the year, Exmouth is a bit more tropical, with the best weather occurring roughly from May to October.

Especially if you plan to continue your journey up to Broome and then head across to Darwin and the Northern Territory, some roads may become impassable during the wet season of November to April (as when it rains, it rains!) and some car hire companies may even stop operating during the wet season.

Therefore it is advisable to plan a Perth to Exmouth road trip during the drier months of May and October to avoid getting caught in flash floods.

Another thing to take into consideration when planning when you should do your Perth to Exmouth road trip is that many people will want to come to Western Australia to visit Ningaloo Reef to swim with the whale sharks!

Swimming with the whale sharks is an incredible experience and should definitely be high on your list!

The whale shark season runs roughly from March to July, so if swimming with whale sharks is something you are keen to do, plan your road trip between these months so you don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity!

Therefore taking into consideration the dry season and the whale shark season, the best time to visit Western Australia and do your Perth to Exmouth road trip is from May to July, give or take a little.

Of course, this is the busiest time, and when prices are slightly higher, so you will need to book your transport and accommodation in advance.

Don’t worry if the high season doesn’t coincide with the time you plan to be in Western Australia. There is still plenty to see (and turtle nesting season is from November to March!), plus travelling off-season generally means a reduction in car rental and accommodation costs.

It also means places aren’t as busy so you can be a little bit more flexible with your itinerary.


How To Get From Perth To Exmouth

There are three main ways to get from Perth to Exmouth. One way is by using your own transport (your own car/campervan or one you have hired), the other is by using public transport, and the third is by doing a tour that is organised for you..

1. Hiring A Car/Campervan

Unless you have your own transport, the most popular way to explore Western Australia from Perth to Exmouth is to hire a car or a campervan.

This will give you flexibility to plan your itinerary as you wish, and it means you can be more flexible as you can change the itinerary whenever you wish – for example, if you love a certain spot and want to stay longer there.

Rentalcars is a good price comparison website for car rental. As mentioned earlier, to find the best prices it is smart to look at car rentals for both Perth to Exmouth and from Exmouth to Perth.

Depending on the time of year, car rentals can often be cheaper from Exmouth to Perth. It is wise therefore to sort this out before you book your flights, so you aren’t forced to take your road trip in one direction.

You will, of course, be charged a one-way car fee, but this will still work out cheaper and a lot more convenient than having to drive all the way back to Perth from Exmouth (or vice versa) once you’ve done the road trip, as it will mean shelling out petrol money for another 1000km+, plus it will add another couple of days of (very boring) driving onto the end of your road trip.

Should I Hire A Campervan Or A Car To Roadtrip From Perth To Exmouth Western Australia?

This one is really a matter of preference. You can either hire a car – which is cheaper, and then pay for hotels each night, or you can hire a campervan – which costs more to hire, but then you don’t have to pay for hotels and just sleep in your van.

You will have to pay if you go to main campgrounds, but you will be able to do some free camping too at designated spots, which will save you paying for accommodation each night.

You aren’t allowed to just camp up anywhere in Australia and you could get fined. Apps such as Campermate are great for showing you places where you can camp (both free and paid).

If you book basic hotels, the cost of the car hire and the hotels will amount to roughly the same as if you hire a campervan. If you book very expensive hotels, it will of course cost more than campervan hire.

Some people prefer to rent a car as opposed to travelling in a campervan as they prefer the creature comforts of staying in a proper bed and air-conditioned room for the night.

The downside to renting a car as opposed to a campervan is that you aren’t as flexible – you often need to arrive at the hotel before a certain time in the evening as reception staff won’t be there if you arrive late. This can be a little annoying if you get delayed.

It also means that you can’t be as flexible with your itinerary and have to stick to a rough timetable if you have pre-booked your hotels already (which is advised so you are guaranteed somewhere to sleep that night!).

Travelling in a car will also of course mean less space for your luggage and you won’t have a fridge, a sink, a cooker (or even a toilet sometimes!).

With a campervan, you can stop anywhere and make some lunch quickly with your supplies when you get hungry, whereas you are a lot more limited with a car.

You’ll also find naturally that in a campervan you’ll start your days earlier, whereas when you are in a hotel you’ll often stick around for breakfast, and it will mean you may not get as much as an early start.

But of course, the choice is up to you. I have done road trips in camper vans, as well as road trips in cars where we slept in hotels, and they were both enjoyable.

In regards to which camper vans to get – the smaller ones which are usually a converted Toyota Hiace Sprinter or similar, are perfect for 2 people and are a lot cheaper than the big camper vans suitable for up to 6 people.

Should I Hire a 4×4 For A Western Australia Road Trip?

Many people wonder whether a 4×4 is necessary for their Perth to Exmouth road trip.

Whilst it is certainly not necessary and you can see all the sights below in a 2-wheeled drive, a 4×4 does offer more flexibility as you’ll be able to drive on the dirt roads. You’ll find lots of nice secluded campgrounds down dirt roads.

Note that if you don’t have a 4-wheel drive car or campervan you mustn’t drive along dirt roads as you won’t be covered by the insurance if there is a problem with your vehicle.

National Parks Pass For Western Australia

There are several gorgeous National Parks in Western Australia where you will need to pay a visitor fee to enter. It costs around $12 per car/campervan to enter the National Parks.

The 3 National Parks we will visit on this itinerary include Nambung National Park, Francois Peron National Park and Cape Range National Park.

2. Hop On Hop Off Coach Between Perth and Exmouth

Backpackers on a budget, those who do not drive, or those who want to travel at their own pace and want someone else to do the driving will find the Hop On Hop Off bus from Perth to Exmouth perfect.

Integrity Coach Lines is the only coach company that runs between Exmouth and Perth.

Prices are very reasonable and it makes stops at all the major tourist spots, however, the bus only runs 3 times a week so you will definitely need to check the timetable and plan your itinerary accordingly.

It will mean your journey will take a little longer than if you have your own transport, but it is a great option if that isn’t possible!

3. Tours From Perth To Exmouth

If you’d like to travel in more luxury and have someone organise everything for you, a tour is the perfect option for you!

There is a great 6-day tour from Perth to Exmouth that includes all the best places and experiences along the way! All accommodation, food, transport and entrance fees are included! Click here to book.

Summary of Perth to Exmouth Western Australia Road Trip

A Perth to Exmouth is one of the greatest road trips you can do, especially if you are a marine life lover!

If you are looking for a unique part of Australia to explore that’s not too busy, this Perth to Exmouth road trip definitely belongs on your bucket list!

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