Meeting Point: Pemberton approx 330kms from Perth CBD (allow approx 4 hrs travel time)
Duration of trip- 2 days / 2 nights
(Full meeting details given once booking is made)
Details: This will be 3 days of exploring the Yeagarup dunes, Warren River and surrounds.
The area is 4WD only. No softroaders or AWD vehicles. The first dune is steep to get into the area and can get quite soft so airing down will be a must, then we cross the dunes to the campsite. The camp area is a pre-booked site that we will have private access
to. It has a large undercover area with bbq, tables with bench seats plus an area of stainless bench top
for food prep. There is a fire pit which we should still be able to use for a relaxing fire in the evenings.
There is also a hot shower and 2 long drop toilets. We will have exclusive access to a track that winds down to our very own part of the Warren River. So bring your canoe and fishing rod.
This trip would suit swags and tents only. No camper trailers or caravans.
Breakfast will be provided for you to cook up on the Sunday & Monday mornings.
We will have bacon, eggs, beans/spag & toast, small various cereal boxes, Milk, Tea, Coffee and Milo.
Nibbles at the end of each day when we stop and relax for the evening.
Other meals, drinks and nibbles are all BYO.
Things you will need:
You will need to bring food and drinks/water for the three days. Cooking and camping equipment.
Chairs, fishing rods, kayaks and any other beach/dune items you would like to bring along.
Be sure to bring your camera as there should be some great photo opportunities in the area.
Rates: $560 per vehicle (based on 2 people)
This will include all Camping & Park Fees for the 3 days, plus your breaky & nibbles.
Each car receives a goodie bag from Get Lost Tours, plus all photos of the adventure on our return to Perth.
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.