Meeting Point: Wubin approx 280kms from Perth CBD (allow approx 3 - 4hrs travel time)
Duration of trip- 3 days/2 nights or 4 days/3 nights
You can join us on the Friday around 12 noon
or Saturday morning at 9.30am
(Full meeting details given once booking is made)
Details: This will be 3 or 4 days of going in search of some of our stunning WA wildflowers. Mixing a bit of easy - moderate 4wding in our beautiful outback, stopping along the way to take in the magnificent colours of the bush.
The area has lots of structures, bores and other things to explore.
Breakfast will be provided for you to cook up on the (Saturday), Sunday & Monday mornings.
We will have bacon, eggs, beans/spag & toast, Tea, Coffee and Milo available.
There will be nibbles at the end of each day when we stop, setup camp and relax for the evening.
Other meals, drinks and nibbles are all BYO.
If you have food allergies or are vegetarian you will need to BYO breakfast.
Things you will need:
You will need to bring food and drinks/water for the three or four days. Cooking and camping equipment.
As we will be moving each morning to explore and move to our next camp site ideally this trip would suit swags and pop tents but small Off road camper trailers are welcome.
If you want to shower please bring your shower bag, remember to bring extra water to fill it.
Toilet options will be up to you, either bring a shovel or porta-loo.
Ammenities will be scarce so please come equiped.
Be sure to bring your camera as there should be some great photo opportunities in the area.
Rates: $495 (inc gst) per vehicle (based on 2 people)
This will include all Camping & Park Fees for the 3 days plus breaky & nibbles,
Each car will also receive a goodie bag from Get Lost Tours
For bookings & information
No Alcohol is to be consumed during the days driving.
Children are always welcome.
NO PETS as we will be in a National Park.
All vehicles must be licensed, roadworthy and have front & rear recovery points. You should also have full insurance and good remote recovery cover. Two spare tyres are always a good option as well if you can carry them.
If you need advice or explanation of any of the above please phone/email us.