$3,899 per person (incl GST)

Tours depart March – November

2020 tour dates to be advised in late January 2020

    Discover, Explore and Experience the Woodlands,
    Rocks and Trails Outback Wilderness…

    Participate in 4WD escorted private 9 day tours along the “Holland Track and Holland Way” from Perth or Albany via Broomehill and Hyden to Bailey’s Reward at the “Old Camp” (Coolgardie), the “Golden Mile” and the “Dundas and  Norseman Goldfields”.

    Tours include: 

    • Tours departing from Perth will enjoy the “Wheatbelt Down Under” tour (see next page for more information).

    • Visit the iconic Wave Rock in Hyden, a magnificent, prehistoric rock formation. You will marvel at the size and shape, eroded by the weather over millions of years. Enjoy the view from the top of the surrounding farm land, salmon gum and the amazing salty scrubby bush. Take a walk to Hippo’s Yawn, Lake Magic and embrace the spectacular views of orchids and wildflowers in spring and stay at the Wave Rock Resort.

    • Commemorative meals, camping under the stars and chalet accommodation after a well earned “Aussie Sundowner”.

    • Learn about Astrotourism and stargazing and join the “Public Silo Trail” to Pingrup and Newdegate.

    • Indigenous culture with the Ngadju Rangers and the “Emu Dance” around the campfire.

    • The rugged and seemingly endless “Great Western Woodlands” and climbing huge granitic outcrops.

    • View remnant bushland reserves in the wheatbelt, wildflowers at their peak and wildlife spotting. 

    • Travel to Kulin and see the spectacular “Tin Horse Highway” (on Backroads in 2019)

    • Wood lines constructed for timber (sandalwood oil and eucalyptus) harvesting.

    • Mining history from the 1890’s and Kambalda – centre of the 1960’s nickel boom.

    • Visit the Malleefowl Centre at Ongerup with a country lunch followed by tastings and afternoon tea at a local winery in the Porongurup Range.

    • Learn about the natural and cultural aesthetics of country with the diverse array of stunning landscapes, meeting local people and taking in the history of the areas.

    Terms and Conditions apply. Please ensure you read and understand these mandatory T&C’s before booking.


    Sandalwood Factory

    Established in 1997, Mt Romance pioneered the distillation and use of Australian Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) in the fragrance industry. Today the 60,000m2 facility is the world’s largest distiller of Sandalwood oil, and works to support local and global communities through our commitment to quality, sustainability and ethical business. 

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