Casey Australia Tours

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

Casey Australia Tours is one of Western Australia’s most experienced coach tour operators, who have been hosting countrywide tours since 1973.

Travel in safety and comfort with Casey Tours on their luxury air conditioned road coach or four wheel drive coaches with a friendly group of like-minded travellers.

Offering a diverse range of tours to suit the mature traveller, from motel and outback camping options, 1 Day tours to 20 Day extended tours throughout Australia.

Casey’s outback tours are designed to give passengers access to regions away from the cities to experience the places, people and stories that have made Australia the country it is today, places like Gibb River Road, Mount Augustus, The Great Central Road and The Kimberley.

All tours are run by friendly and informative staff. Your professional driver and tour leader/cook will make your experience on tour with Casey’s comfortable and enjoyable.

For value, experience and enjoyment, you can’t go past Casey Australia Tours.

Services

From $2390 to $2450

This tour includes; Lake Ballard Art Installation, Esperance boat cruise, Super Pit in Kalgoorlie, National ANZAC Centre, Torndirrup National Park, Historic Whaling Station, Australian Wildlife Park, Kalgoorlie to Perth train journey, motel accommodation, plus seven evening meals and seven breakfasts.

Leaving Perth you travel via Albany Highway through Kojonup and Mount Barker to Albany and take in the sights of Albany including the ANZAC Centre.

Explore the majestic beaches of Bremer Bay and Esperance including a marvellous boat cruise in Esperance Harbour and nearby islands.

Travel north via Norseman and Coolgardie to Kalgoorlie where you will explore the history of the gold mining town with a visit to the Super Pit Lookout and famous Two Up Ring.

Head north again as you travel to the town of Menzies and then west to the world-renowned Antony Gormley statues on Lake Ballard.

Travel on the Prospector Train through the Goldfields and Wheatbelt and down the Darling Scarp along the Avon to East Perth Station.

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From $3050 to $3490

This tour is an intimate, interesting view of the Ord River Valley when it is at its most alive, based in Kununurra for four nights.

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From $1590 to $1650

Tour includes Walga Rock sunset barbecue, Jokers Tunnel, Landor Race Track, two nights Mount Augustus, cabin accommodation, four evening meals, four breakfasts and two lunches.

Travel via the picturesque Swan Valley to New Norcia onto Dalwallinu and Wubin along the Great Northern Highway to Paynes Find where you will have a break, then move onto the gold mining towns of Mount Magnet, Cue and Meekatharra.

Leave the bitumen travelling to Mount Gould Police Station and later onto Landor Station, famous for its bush race meeting.

At Mount Augustus, enjoy a tour including Edney Spring and Flintstone Rock. Later a visit to Cattle Pool on the nearby Lyons River. Rest and relax in this outback oasis.

Turning south, cross the Gascoyne and Murchison Rivers and return to Cue. Visit Walga Rock, a monoclyne five kilometres around the base and 1.5 kilometres long. Enjoy a barbecue at the Rock and return to Cue.

Onto Yalgoo next and a visit to Jokers Tunnel, Morawa for lunch and through the rural scenery to Perth.

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From $1290 to $1340

Come and explore this amazing natural wonder with Casey Australia Tours, featuring sightseeing North of Perth through various towns.

All of their tours are hosted by an onboard Botanical Guide to ensure that you get an outstanding experience of the Northern Wildflowers, which are different from the Southern species.

This tour books out very quickly as everyone wants to experience the elusive Leschenaultia or better known as the infamous Wreath Flower. You will be taken through remarkable outback roads in search of this flower.

They call into the Coomberdale Wildflower Farm for an interesting talk and wander through the amazing display including venturing into the Coalseam National Park, a small reserve north of Mingenew, which is rich in history and geology.

Everyone on tour receives a Casey Australia Tours “Colour Coded Field Guide of Western Australia Wildflowers” to assist with the experience. This Guide was produced in conjunction with a Botanical Expert who has been working with these natural beauties for more than 40 years.

This tour is fully accommodated and all breakfasts and dinners are included.

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From $2040 to $2090

Travel through to the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park then on to Jurien Bay. In the afternoon, they visit Lesueur National Park and Port Denison.

They visit the HMAS Sydney Memorial and tour Geraldton overlooking the town then take some time to enjoy the new foreshore area. On the peninsula, they visit the Stromatolites of Hamelin Bay and Shell Beach before reaching Denham.

Then on to Monkey Mia to visit the wild dolphins and take a cruise of the marine park in search of dugongs and turtles. They have a barbecue dinner at Peron Homestead, and enjoy a dip in the artesian-fed hot baths.

Departing Denham, they head back down the peninsula to the North West Coastal Highway. Crossing the Murchison River at Galena Bridge they head to the coast at Kalbarri.

Visit Kalbarri National Park and the stunning gorges of Z-Bend and Nature’s Window as well as the new Skywalk perched right on the clifftop. In the afternoon they explore the coastal gorges and bluffs.

They head via the Pink Lakes north of Port Gregory to Northampton for morning tea, then back to Geraldton for lunch before returning to Perth.

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From $2890 to $2950

Travel on a luxury safari coach to one of Western Australia’s most iconic destinations, Mount Augustus. This tour combines the best of both worlds with a fascinating inland journey through Cue up to Mount Augustus before crossing over to the coast at Exmouth and returning to Perth along the coast through Coral Bay, Carnarvon, Kalbarri and Geraldton.

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From $5590 to $5640

Includes flight to Broome, the Pinnacles, HMAS Sydney Memorial, Kalbarri National Park, Carnarvon Space Museum, Glass Bottom Boat Cruise, Karijini National Park, Millstream-Chichester National Park, 13 nights motel accommodation, 13 evening meals, 13 breakfasts and three lunches.

Travel in comfort and style with like-minded passengers as you explore the stunning coastline of Western Australia all the way from Broome to Perth.

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From $6490 to $6850

Includes flight to Broome and from Darwin, El Questro Station, Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek, Yellow Water Cruise, Kakadu National Park, Geikie Gorge Cruise, Bungle Bungle Range, Lake Argyle Cruise, Ord River Cruise, Nitmiluk Cruise, Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, 12 evening meals, 13 breakfasts and 2 lunches.

Travel in comfort and style with like-minded passengers as you explore the stunning Kimberley and Kakadu regions.

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From $6290 to $6350

Includes Age of Dinosaurs Centre, Undara Lava Tubes, Sunset over Uluru, Waltzing Matilda Centre, Uluru & Kata Tjuta, Desert Grass Paper Making, Gwalia Museum and Ghost Town, 14 nights Motel Accommodation, 12 Evening Meals, 14 Breakfasts & 5 Lunches.

Travel in comfort and style with like-minded passengers as you explore this must-do iconic route from Perth all the way to Cairns, known as the “Outback Way” or “Longest Shortcut”.

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From $6290 to $6350

Includes Uluru, Flinders Ranges, Kata Tjuta, Desert Grass Paper Making, Wadlata Outback Centre, Wave Rock, Lake Eyre, Gwalia Museum and Ghost Town, Coober Pedy Underground Tour, Arid Inland Botanical Gardens, Great Australian Bight, 15 Nights Motel Accommodation, 13 Evening Meals, 15 Breakfasts and 4 Lunches.

Travel in comfort and style with like-minded passengers as you explore central Australia, Lake Eyre and the Flinders Ranges.

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From $3090 to $3150

Includes flight to Pilbara, Karijini National Park, Colour Coded Wildflower Guide, Glass Bottom Boat Cruise, Monkey Mia Dolphins, Ocean Park Aquarium, Hamelin Pool Stromatolites, Cape Range National Park, HMAS Sydney Memorial, 7 Nights Motel Accommodation, 7 Evening Meals, 7 Breakfasts and 1 Lunch.

Travel in comfort and style with like-minded passengers as you explore the stunning Pilbara and Coral Coast.

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From $3790 to $3850

Become an amateur botanist with two night stops in five of WA’s best wildflower locations, travelling on our luxury coach with like minded passengers and our expert guide.

Disabled Access

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From $1290 to $1340

Come and explore this amazing natural wonder with Casey Australia Tours, featuring sightseeing North of Perth through various towns.

All of their tours are hosted by an onboard Botanical Guide to ensure that you get an outstanding experience of the Outback Wildflowers, which are different from the Southern species.

This tour books out very quickly as everyone wants to experience the elusive Leschenaultia or better known as the infamous Wreath Flower. You will be taken through remarkable outback roads in search of this flower.

Everyone on tour receives a Casey Australia Tours “Colour Coded Field Guide of Western Australia Wildflowers” to assist with the experience. This Guide was produced in conjunction with a Botanical Expert who has been working with these natural beauties for more than 40 years.

This tour is fully accommodated and all breakfasts and dinners are included.

Disabled Access

Carpark

From $1290 to $1340

Come and explore this amazing natural wonder with Casey Australia Tours, featuring sightseeing east of Perth through various towns including the fascinating natural wonder of Wave Rock.

All of their tours are hosted by an onboard Botanical Guide to ensure that you get an outstanding experience of the wheatbelt Wildflowers.

Everyone on tour receives a Casey Australia Tours “Colour Coded Field Guide of Western Australia Wildflowers” to assist with the experience. This Guide was produced in conjunction with a Botanical Expert who has been working with these natural beauties for more than 40 years.

This tour is fully accommodated and all breakfasts and dinners are included.

Disabled Access

Carpark

From $1290 to $1340

Come and explore the amazing wildflowers of the Fitzgerald River region with Casey Australia Tours, including the fascinating natural wonder of Wave Rock.

All of their tours are hosted by an onboard Botanical Guide to ensure that you get an outstanding experience of the Outback Wildflowers, which are different from the Southern species.

Everyone on tour receives a Casey Australia Tours “Colour Coded Field Guide of Western Australia Wildflowers” to assist with the experience. This Guide was produced in conjunction with a Botanical Expert who has been working with these natural beauties for more than 40 years.

This tour is fully accommodated and all breakfasts and dinners are included.

Disabled Access

Carpark

From $1290 to $1340

Come and explore this amazing natural wonder with Casey Australia Tours, featuring sightseeing south of Perth through various towns.

All of their tours are hosted by an onboard Botanical Guide to ensure that you get an outstanding experience of the Outback Wildflowers, which are different from the Southern species.

Everyone on tour receives a Casey Australia Tours “Colour Coded Field Guide of Western Australia Wildflowers” to assist with the experience. This Guide was produced in conjunction with a Botanical Expert who has been working with these natural beauties for more than 40 years.

This tour is fully accommodated and all breakfasts and dinners are included.

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Carpark

From $1440 to $1490

Visit these must-see national parks of the Great Southern including Stirling Range, Porongurup, Fitzgerald River, Cape Le Grand, Cape Arid, Torndirrup and Mount Frankland.

Travel in comfort and style in our luxury safari coach with like-minded passengers as you explore the Great Southern off the beaten track.

Disabled Access

Carpark

From $1290 to $1340

Come and explore this amazing natural wonder with Casey Australia Tours, featuring sightseeing south of Perth through various towns.

All of their tours are hosted by an onboard Botanical Guide to ensure that you get an outstanding experience of the Southern Wildflowers, which are different from the Northern species.

You will be taken into the Stirling Range and Porongurup National Parks, through the Tree Top Walk in the Valley of the Giants including the weird and wonderful “Gnomesville” and not to forget the impressive and award-winning National ANZAC Centre in Albany.

Everyone on tour receives a Casey Australia Tours “Colour Coded Field Guide of Western Australian Wildflowers” to assist with the experience. This Guide was produced in conjunction with a Botanical Expert who has been working with these natural beauties for more than 40 years.

This tour is fully accommodated and all breakfasts and dinners are included.

Disabled Access

Carpark

From $7790 to $8050

Includes flight to Broome and from Adelaide, Lake Argyle Cruise, Ord River Cruise, Katherine Gorge Cruise, Devils Marbles, Mataranka Thermal Pools, East Point Military Museum, Darwin Museum, Litchfield Naitonal Park, Geikie Gorge Cruise, Uluru & Kata Tjuta, Woomera Rocket Range, Wadlata Outback Centre, Yellow Water Cruise, Stanley Chasm & Simpsons Gap, 3 nights in Darwin, tour of iconic Coober Pedy, 18 nights Motel Accommodation, 1 Night Ensuite Safari Tent, 16 Evening Meals, 19 Breakfasts and 1 Lunch.

Travel in comfort and style with like-minded passengers as you embark on this unique tour from Broome to Adelaide via Kununurra, Darwin, Katherine, Alice Springs, Uluru and Coober Pedy.

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From $105 to $109

Travel north through the Swan Valley to peruse and purchase honey and honey related products. Up to Berry Sweet Strawberry Farm before morning tea and a visit to the Local Goat Dairy for handcrafted goats cheese. Through Gingin on the picturesque loop in Gingin Brook before Roast Lunch at the Gingin Hotel, a classic country character establishment. They head through the ranges to Toodyay and the Coorinja Winery to sample and purchase produce. Last stop at the Margaret River.

Chocolate Factory on the way home. Including Morning Tea and Hotel lunch.

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From $105 to $109

Down the Forrest Highway for morning tea on the Leschenault Inlet at Australind. Winding through the green pastures of the Darling Scarp to Wellington Dam to view artist Guido Van Helten’s 8000 square metre mural spanning the downstream side of the dam wall. Over for a wander around the sprawling village of Gnomesville with thousands of Garden Gnomes taking over the bushland. Settling into lunch at the Dardanup Tavern before a visit to one of the stunning wineries of the Ferguson Valley. On your way home visit the Harvey Cheese Factory to purchase some of the delicacies grown on the irrigated farmlands. Including Lunch and wine tasting.

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From $120 to $125

Morning tea in Nambung National Park while you explore the Pinnacle Desert. Further north experience the region’s multimillion dollar lobster industry first hand at the Lobster Shack in Cervantes.

Here the marine crustacean is captured, brought onto shore, sorted, and then live packed in preparation of being dispatched world wide. In the afternoon enjoy a lunch of fresh crayfish and chips before taking a leisurely stroll along the shore of the Indian Ocean. Including Morning Tea, Pinnacles National Park Entry and Half Crayfish Lunch.

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From $105 to $109

First opened in 1979 and now stretching 1003km from Kalamunda to Albany. We head to Dwellingup to experience three sections of this iconic trail, our first walk is a lovely return walk near Inglehope were we enjoy a bush Morning Tea. Their second walk follows the Hotham Valley Railway from the Holyoake Siding into Dwellingup where we head into the hotel for a roast lunch. Our afternoon walk starts south of town and meanders through the eucalyptus forest to a striking bush setting and our waiting coach. A refreshment stop in town before returning to Perth. Including Morning Tea & Hotel Lunch. Notes: All walk sections are planned for about 3km in 60-75mins and are optional, please bring; jacket, walking shoes & drink bottle.

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From $120 to $125

Up to Dwellingup for morning tea before we board the historic Dwellingup Forest Train that will take you 8 kilometres eastward from Dwellingup to Etmilyn Siding. Hauled by historic Diesel Locomotives along the state’s last surviving lightly built developmental railway. At the end of the line there is a 20 minute walk trail through the beautiful plant life and rare Jarrah Forest. On return to town with free time to enjoy lunch at the Hotel or one of the cafes (or BYO). North along Del Park Road over North Dandalup Dam with your final stop overlooking the dam. Including Morning Tea & Train Ticket.

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From $105 to $109

Take a trip via rolling farmlands through historic York, then to the Wheatbelt town of Quairading for morning tea. On to Corrigin, Kondinin, Hyden and our destination, Hyden Rock, better known as “Wave Rock”. Visit Hippo’s Yawn, the Wave itself, climb to the top and generally explore this interesting natural wonder. Optional visit to the Lace Museum, Soldier Display or Wildlife Park. Return with a stop at ‘The Corrigin Dog Cemetery’. Including Morning Tea & Entry to Wave Rock.

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From $105 to $109

Down to Eaton to board the “Elandra”. Cruise the Collie River where the dolphins, birdlife and many forms of wildlife unique to South Western Australia are abundant. Elandra explores many hidden spots, that other vessels cannot reach, taking passengers drifting by modern day mansions, then back through time. After the cruise enjoy lunch and free time in Bunbury, WA’s third largest city with almost 70,000 people. On the way home we drop into the Bunbury Farmers Market to pick up some local produce. Including River Cruise and Morning Tea.

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From $105 to $109

Through the south west to beautiful Nannup on the Blackwood River. Enjoy Nannup and the Nannup Flower and Garden Festival, stunning stalls, gardens, displays, information and sales. This show has grown in variety and size in the last few years to now be one of our most popular regional events. In the afternoon we take one of the most delightful drives in Western Australia to quaint little town of Balingup. Including Morning Tea. Lunch not Included.

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From $105 to $109

The Perth floristic region offers the interested, inquisitive wildflower hunter many delights throughout Spring, 220km long and 50km wide the area contains over 2100 species of native plants, with 53 endemic to the region and 50percent endemic to the South West, (this is a similar number to the whole of the UK). Come out for an interesting and colourful day with our Botanical Guide looking though the array of wildflowers just out of Perth. Including Morning Tea, Picnic Lunch and
Botanical Guide.

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From $120 to $125

North onto the Midlands Road for our first wildflower stop and Morning Tea at the old Wannamal School Site. From here it’s out to find Lechenaultia Macrantha, the Wreath Leschenaultia. One of the world’s unique, rare and odd flowers, wreath flowers are not endangered but limited to small areas of the wheatbelt. After lunch we stop at another wildflower location with our Botanical Guide on
the way back to Perth. Including Morning Tea, Picnic Lunch & Botanical Guide.

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From $105 to $109

A spectacular display of seven varieties of Verticordia flowering in the Northern Wheatbelt, these petite, diverse flowers give rise to the common name Feather flowers. The name Verticordia is a term derived from Latin verto cor, translated as ‘the turner of hearts. The town will have live entertainment, stalls, photography exhibition as well as a guided walk of the Reynoldson Reserve. Including Botanical Guide and Afternoon Tea.

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From $105 to $109

Jump aboard and head into the Australian Bush to settle in at a county hotel to watch The Cup before Lunch. We will run a sweep on the coach, and each passenger will be given a mystery trifecta bet and drink on arrival. Dress in the spirit to enjoy the day with all the fun and laughter of Australia’s biggest horse race with prizes for best dressed male and female. Including Sweepstake, Mystery Trifecta and Hotel Lunch.

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From $105 to $109

Afternoon tea on the way to Mandurah with free time for dinner in the city centre before boarding our cruise boat to meander the canals. Enjoy the spectacle of the Christmas lights while enjoying carols and Christmas cheer. Including Afternoon Tea and Canal Cruise.

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From $105 to $109

The picturesque town of Manjimup is set within the Jarrah/Karri Forests of the South West. Manjimup is the place to be during the cherry season. The town receives thousands of visitors during the annual Cherry Festival, providing the opportunity for the community of Manjimup to celebrate the cherry season and harvest. The Cherry Festival Carnival is held on the Saturday, including displays, markets & stalls and much more. In the afternoon there is free time to wander
the Manjimup Timber Museum and historic gardens. Including Morning Tea.

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From $105 to $109

Two weeks short of Christmas day we celebrate the end of the touring year with a special Mystery Tour. Including a visit from jolly old bell chiming, big belly, big beard old mate Father Christmas, Morning Tea and Hotel Lunch. A great time to catch up with past traveling companions and enjoy summer in the Australian bush. Including Morning Tea and Hotel Lunch.

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From $2490 to $2550

Explore a number of historic sites on this fascinating tour into WA’s past, visiting ghost towns, mining towns and museums along with natural wonders such as Wave Rock.

Travel in comfort and style in our luxury safari coach with like-minded passengers as you explore the Holland Way and Golden Quest Discovery Trail.

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