Explore Western Australia with the award-winning Pack-Free walking holiday specialists. When you join one of their small group walking tours you’ll see the best of Australia without all the hard work.
Their specialty is providing a pack-free walking experience allowing you to walk with as little as your water and camera. And at the end of each day you’ll enjoy fine local produce perfectly matched with local wines and the best hand-picked accommodation.
From the rugged mountains and dramatic gorges of the Kimberley in the north to the Cape to Cape and the Bibbulmun in the South West, Western Australia has the most dramatic landscapes of anywhere in Australia. Come with Life’s An Adventure on a wonderful walking journey as they discover remote regions and magnificent scenery that will take your breath away.
The best time for walking tours in the Kimberley region is June to August each year and the best time for walking in the South West is September to May each year.
Whichever walking holiday you choose, their philosophy is the same, to always go above and beyond to exceed your expectations and provide an unforgettable experience!
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From $2995 to $4295
You will love this innovative and amazing 5-day Kimberley, Bungles and Beyond guided walking experience. Explore the dramatic landscapes and gorges of the Kimberley as they enjoy a spectacular heli-hiking experience to the remote fingers of Piccaninny Gorge (a place which is only normally accessible on a 3-day hike with a heavy pack).
Come on a wonderful journey as they explore the spectacular beehive domes of the Bungles.
Part of the mystique of the Bungle Bungle range is that although it has a rich Aboriginal culture for over 20,000 years, it was not until 1879 that the first white Australians saw the brilliance of this hidden jewel.
But they don’t stop here, they then head further into the Kimberley to explore the magnificent gorges and rainforest pockets of El Questro with its spectacular landscapes and amazing walking trails.
This will be a journey you will remember forever with so many memorable moments included!Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $2295 to $2795
In the south west corner of Western Australia lies the famous Margaret River wine region and the spectacular Cape to Cape walk. The Cape to Cape track covers a massive 135 kilometres, stretching from the lighthouses of Cape Nauraliste in the north to Cape Leeuwin in the south. On their 4 day Pack-Free walk , they showcase the best walking sections of this coastline, wandering along high limestone cliffs for magnificent views as well as meandering through pretty coastal heathland and idyllic forests.
This 4-day walk has been carefully designed so you can experience a range of landscapes in the National Park, indulge in sensational Margaret River wines at two wineries and see the stunning coastline from the air by helicopter. This is truly a memorable bucket list walk.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet
From $2795 to $3295
This fantastic 5-Day Pack-Free walk showcases the highlights of the long distance Bibbulmun Track in the south west region of Western Australia. The Bibbulmun track covers 1000 kilometres from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills to Albany. With a distance of over 1000 kilometres to do the walk in its entirety would take around eight weeks, instead they have hand-picked the best sections of this track to provide you with a sensational 5-day journey. The Bibbulmun track has a deep indigenous connection, the track derived its name from the Bibbulmun people a subgroup of the Noongar who originally populated the south-west corner of the state.
Discover varied landscapes of the Bibbulmun track and wine regions. Walk through the stunning and tranquil south west forests with their towering karri and tingle trees, including pretty Beedelup Falls near Pemberton. Explore some of Australia’s most magnificent coastline with their giant granite boulders, stunning beaches and flowering heathlands. You will be staying at the best boutique accommodation and sampling some of the finest wines and produce of this region. Western Australia’s south coast is sure to enchant your every sense.Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet