Casey Australia Tours is one of Western Australia’s most experienced coach tour operators, showing off their spectacular state since 1973.
Travel in safety and comfort with Casey Tours on their luxury five star 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, one 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.
For more information please visit the Casey Australia Tours website or give them a call.
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From $1190 to $1240
Travel to the Northern Wheatbelt and marvel at the spectacular fields of colour during the wildflower season.
Travel through Bindoon to the old school school at Wannamal then onto the Coomberdale Wildflower Farm. To Carnamah for lunch then via Three Springs and Mingenew to Coalseam National Park then onto Dongara, your accommodation.
Travel to Mullewa, Pindar, Tardun and Canna as you walk among the Everlastings. Look for the Wreath Leschenaultia on the Yalgoo Morawa Road.
Visit the HMAS Sydney Memorial in Geraldton and Binnu to the Hawkes Head Lookout. Visit Kalbarri, Northampton, Port Denison, Jurien and the Pinnacles.
Inclusions: Botanical Guide; Coomberdale Wildflower Farm; The Pinnacles in Nambung National Park; motel; accommodation; three evening meals and three breakfasts.
From $1240 to $1290
Explore the stunning Southern Ocean National Parks with Casey Australia Tours. This tour leaves Perth climbing the Darling Scarp and through the Dryandra Forest to Lake Grace and Lake King before reaching Esperance. Spend two nights exploring the region along the Southern Ocean Road before moving onto Albany.
Cruise on the Kalgan River
Stirling Range National Park
Porongurup National Park
D’Entrecasteaux National Park
Fitzgerald River National Park
Cape Le Grand National Park
Cape Arid National Park
Mt Frankland National Park
From $4590 to $4640
Travel along the coast of Western Australia from Perth to Broome and experience some of the most stunning coastline Australia has to offer.
Visit the towns of Geraldton, Kalbarri, Exmouth, Karratha and Port Headland and experience the history and highlights of these regional gems.
Explore Kalbarri National Park, Natures Window, the Z bend, Karijini National Park, Dales Gorge and many more of this state’s natural wonders before reaching the final destination Broome.
Enjoy the highlights of this cultural pearl of Western Australia, including Cable Beach, Gantheaume Point and a tour of the Willie Creek Pearl Farm.
From $95 to $99
Into the Darling Scarp near Serpentine you’ll visit the Bodhinyana Monastery, walk quietly through the gardens or visit the hall for individual meditation. Participate in the ancient tradition of the alms round by putting rice in the monk’s bowl. A short blessing before sharing the meal together. After the meal, the monks are available to speak informally with visitors. Leaving the Monastery we enjoy a café lunch in the scarp.
From $95 to $99
First opened in 1979 and now stretching 1003 kilometres from Kalamunda to Albany. They depart Perth to experience a small section of this iconic trail, they will be dropping off with their guide at one location to make their way along the trail to their morning tea break. Back on the track for another walk towards their lunch location in a striking bush setting. After lunch they’ll drive to another section of the track for one last walk on the trail, returning to Perth with the fresh forest air in your lungs.
Note: all walking sections are planned for approximately three kilometres in 75 to 90 minutes and are optional, bring; hat, sunscreen, walking shoes and a drink bottle.
From $95 to $99
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 secret spots, which other vessels cannot reach, taking passengers drifting by modern day mansions, then back through time.
Visit Bunbury for lunch and a wander around this beautifully redeveloped city. The land around Bunbury was sighted by Louis de Freycinet in 1803, now a base for farming, mining and timber industries it has now grown to be Western Australia’s third largest city with almost 70000 people.
From $95 to $99
Spoil Mum with this Mother’s Day or treat yourself to a lovely day out. Come and enjoy Mother’s Day with Casey Tours. Their first stop will include a bush Devonshire tea complete with fresh scones with jam and cream. Enjoy a scrumptious lunch at a country establishment. Their cherished Mothers on board will also be treated with a special Mother’s Day Gift.
From $95 to $99
In Australia, Christmas day is in the peak of summer and typically spent outdoors. Many Australia’s miss out on the Christmas atmosphere that is enjoyed in the Northern hemisphere during winter. This includes winter fireplaces, traditional roast lunches and rich Christmas puddings.
Travel out into lush green countryside to a mystery location for a festive hotel lunch with all the trimmings. Christmas in July is a wonderful time of year to re-ignite the spirit and goodwill of Christmas so why not join in the celebration?
From $1990 to $2050
Inclusions; Lake Ballard Statues, Bluff Knoll and Stirling Ranges, Esperance boat cruise, Super Pit in Kalgoorlie, Princess Royal Fortress, Royal Flying Doctor Centre, Kalgoorlie to Perth train journey, motel accommodation, seven evening meals, seven breakfasts.
Leaving Perth you travel via Albany Highway through Kojonup and Mt Barker to Albany and take in the sights of Albany including the Stirling Ranges.
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 the Super-Pit Lookout, famous Two Up Ring and a tour of the Royal Flying Doctor Aircraft Base.
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.
From $1190 to $1240
Tour Inclusions: Botanical Guide, Margaret River wine tasting, Busselton Jetty Tram and Tour, Boranup Forest, motel accommodation, three evening meals and three breakfasts.
Travel via Gnomesville onto the Karri Forests of Pemberton. Enjoy a delightful drive in the forest with your guide explaining the variety of plants that thrive in this lush forest. On via Walpole and Denmark to the giant Tinglewood Trees of the Valley of the Giants.
Later the area of Australia which produces the widest variety of wildflowers, the great gem of the Great Southern is the Stirling Ranges.
Experience the beauty of this natural event with onboard botanist.
From $120 to $125
Experience the regions multimillion dollar lobster industry first hand by taking a tour of the live lobster processing plant at the Indian Ocean Rock Lobster Factory in Cervantes. Observe how the marine crustacean is captured, brought into 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 stroll along the picturesque shore of the Indian Ocean.
You’re sure to have a memorable day with Casey Australia Tours.
From $95 to $99
Appreciate the beauty and wonder at the West Australian Wildflowers. They search in brooks, lakes, dams and forests and come across a diverse array of colour and species. Travel as far to the North as Wannamal and the Sandy Plains of the Moore River National Park, the Darling Scarp including Serpentine National Park and the Canning Dam to our East or the Southern Coastal Plains.
Your Botanical Guide is on hand to assist, explore and identify the beautiful wildflowers in the wild.
Enjoy a pleasant one day tour including morning tea and lunch.
From $2490 to $2550
Travel with Casey Australia Tours from Adelaide across the Nullabor to Perth. This tour takes in some of WA’s remote southern regions and locations, as well as exploring the Maralinga Atomic Test site and it’s history.
Starting in Adelaide we travel west on the Stuart Highway via Port Augusta to Woomera. Spend a day exploring the Woomera Range Complex, where the Anglo-Australian Joint Project was first established. This project focused on the development of long-range weapons systems after WWII. Visit Missile Park, Heritage Centre and History Museum as well as Roxby Downs.
Your Nullarbor begins as you head towards Maralinga test site. Camp under the stars, and enjoy remote Australia in comfort. Reaching Maralinga learn more about this dark chapter in Australia’s history.
Inclusions: Airfares to Adelaide, Entry to Maralinga, Koondala Cave, Eucla Telegraph station, Cockelbiddy Cave, Camping & Motel Accomodation, 10 evening meals, 10 breakfasts, 5 lunches.
From $5250 to $5290
Inclusions; Litchfield National Park, Lake Argyle Cruise, Katherine Gorge Cruise, Geikie Gorge Cruise, Uluru and Kata Tjuta, Woomera Rocket Range, three nights in Darwin, three nights in Kununurra, tour of iconic Coober Pedy, airfares from Perth to Adelaide and Broome to Perth, motel accommodation, 15 evening meals, 19 breakfasts, and 2 lunches.
From the beautiful Cable Beach in Broome to the Red Centre, explore the western half of Australia on this unique 20 day tour. Travelling across the state, discover deserted towns and even visit the famous Ayres Rock (Uluru). Enjoy optional activities such as ballooning or the Ayres Rock fly-over, or simply wander through the town and soak up the atmosphere.
A full day is spent in Broome which is a lovely historic old pearling town.
From Darwin you will travel via the Arnhem land Highway through to Western Australia where you will visit Wyndham, Kununurra and down to Halls Creek along the beautiful ranges of the East Kimberley.
From $3990 to $4050
Casey Tours Australia will take you through the unspoilt landscape of the Kimberley. Visit grand waterfalls, rivers, and gorges. This is a comprehensive tour of this lovely region.
Inclusions: Attractions, airfares from Perth to Broome and return, 12 evening meals, 13 breakfasts and 7 lunches.
Highlights include: Broome, Cable Beach, Derby, Gibb River Road, Windjana Gorge, Manning Gorge, Drysdale Station, Mitchell Falls, Home Valley Station, Emma Gorge, El Questro Station, Galvan’s Gorge, Manning Gorge, Zebedee Hot Springs, Cathedral Gorge, Wyndham, Kununurra, Ord River Cruise, Lake Argyle Cruise, Bungle Bungles, Fitzroy Crossing and Geikie Gorge Cruise.
Optional scenic flight over Mitchell Falls.
From $95 to $99
Wander the parkland gardens, meet, greet and learn about the exquisite alpacas and enjoy a fashion parade featuring some soft sensuous, alpaca knitwear. Enjoy a lovely range of treats for lunch at the estate, later taste some of the local wines from Barrecas Winery and visit the Harvey Cheese Factory.
From $95 to $99
The Busselton Jetty is the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, originally built in 1865. The underwater observatory built on the jetty allows visitors to descend eight metres below the sea level to view the thriving marine environment.
Take the train from the shore to the observatory and return to wander this pretty seaside town.
Includes morning tea, Jetty, Tram and Observatory entry. Lunch not included.
From $2190 to $2250
Tour Inclusions: Coral Bay glass bottom boat cruise, Landor Race Track, two nights at Mount Augustus, Murchison River Gorges, HMAS Sydney Memorial in Geraldton, motel and cabin accommodation, seven evening meals, seven breakfasts and three lunches.
Featuring both coast and country this tour begins with travel through the historic New Norcia area and through to Cue, an historic gold mining town. Staying at Mount Augustus Station travellers will have the opportunity to climb Mount Augustus or visit the nearby Lyons River.
Relax in the Outback oasis and then head to the coast through Carnarvon to Exmouth. Enjoy a glass bottom boat cruise on the world famous Ningaloo Reef.
Kalbarri features its own National Park which is full of amazing wonders such as the spectacular Murchison River gorges.
From Kalbarri you will make your way back down to Perth with visits to Geraldton, a short stop at the former convict station of Lynton and also a brief visit to the HMAS Sydney Memorial.
From $1290 to $1350
Inclusions; Walga Rock sunset barbecue, Jokers Tunnel, Landor Race Track, two nights Mount Augustus, cabin accommodation, four evening meals, four breakfasts and two lunches.
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 Mt Magnet, Cue and Meekatharra.
Leave the bitumen travelling to Mt 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 Murchinson Rivers and return to Cue. Visit Walga Rock, a monolith five kilometres around the base and 1.5 kilometres long, the second largest in Australia. Enjoy a barbecue at the Rock and return to Cue.
Onto Yalgoo and a visit to Jokers Tunnel, Morawa for lunch and on through the rural scenery to Perth.
From $95 to $99
To Gingin on the banks of Gingin Brook for morning tea. Across to Lancelin for lunch. After lunch, head up the new Indian Ocean Drive to The Pinnacles, where you can walk through a most unique landscape. From here it is south to Guilderton on the banks of the Moore River. You can walk onto the beach and along the river.
Including morning tea, lunch and entry to the Pinnacles.