Touring the Canning Stock Route 2015
Exciting New Off-Road Guided and Catered Expedition
Traverses the entire Canning Stock Route + Bungle Bungles + Kununurra
Bungle Bungle Expeditions have a specialised guided 4WD Coach Tour Expedition along the famous, historic Canning Stock Route in 2015
The tour is available either Kununurra-Perth or Perth-Kununurra. See tour dates below.
C ome and join us for this amazing outback adventure tour.
21 days of life-altering adventure in our custom Isuzu 4×4 Bus with a max of 15 other like minded adventurers, and our support vehicle complete with toilet and shower.
This outback expedition experience in our fully equipped 4WD coaches and supporting vehicles where your safety and comfort is taken care of by us, leaves you to enjoy the remoteness and beauty of this iconic 4WD trek worry free.
This is an adventure you will talk about for the rest of your life, giving you a true appreciation of the harsh, vast and remote Australian Outback and the tenacity and endurance of the early cattlemen in Australia.
Transport is in a comfortable 4WD Expedition vehicle equipped to travel the outback roads with experienced drivers.
– Mabel Downs Station
– Bungle Bungles
– Halls Creek
Commence Canning Stock Route:
– Lake Gregory
– Breaden Hills
– Gravity Lakes
– Great Sandy Desert
– Tobins Grave
– Thring Rock
– Lake Disappointment
– Durba Hills
Expedition also available in reverse
Expedition #1: Departs Perth – Sunday 03 May 2015
Expedition #2: Departs Kununurra – Sunday 31 May 2015
Expedition #3: Departs Perth – Sunday 28 June 2015
Price: $7500.00 per person.
Limited Numbers Available – Book Now, don’t miss out!
Swag complete with mattress. BYO sleeping bag.
Crockery, cutlery and all camping equipment supplied.
All meals included. Alcohol BYO.
Entry fees and permits are included.
Satellite Emergency Phone available at additional cost for personal calls.
Warm clothes for cold Desert nights
Camera & batteries
Water bottles – we supply refills
Sunglasses and sunscreen
Alcohol is BYO
T he entire Canning Stock Route stretches over a distance of 1820 km. It crosses some of the harshest, but also some of the most beautiful Outback country in Australia.
The Canning Stock Route features rock shelters, creeks, sand dunes and plains, quarry sites, artefacts and historic scatters left through time by Alfred Canning’s surveys, patrol officers and explorers as they increasingly entered this amazing part of Western Australia over the last 100 years.
The purpose of the Canning Stock Route was the commercial movement of stock from The Kimberley to the Goldfields, chosen as is to minimise the overall distance and maximise access to water.