The Big Breakfast are spending the week on Australia's beautiful Coral Coast, capturing the sights, sounds and sensational all along the way.
Here's what's going down for the week, all along the #coralcoasthighway.
Day 1: Fly to Exmouth
We're hopping on a Qantas flight from Perth to Learmonth, just a casual 2 or so hours... After landing at Learmonth, we're renting some awesome cars from Avis and heading off to Exmouth Escape Resort.
Dinner is at the Whalebone Brewery, which comes as good news to the beer drinkers amongst us.
Day 2: Whale Sharks
We're heading off to dive with whale sharks, what more needs to be said :)
Dinner will be held at the fabulous Whalers Restaurant.
Day 3: Drive To Carnarvon
We'll be broadcasting on the Monday from the Exmouth Escape Resort... should be fun!
Clairsy and Matt are then going on a helicopter tour, which @dantheinternut will no doubt film.
Day 4: Drive To Denham
In the morning, we'll be broadcasting from the Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum, then straight into a car to drive to Denham... well, some of us are driving.
Some of us are taking a scenic flight to Denham.
From Denham, it's the short drive to Monkey Mia, with dinner at Monkey Mia, Denham.
Day 5: Off To Kalbarri
With the breakfast show done at Monkey Mia, there's the obligatory dolphin feeding at 9.30am. What a treat!
Then some will be departing for another scenic flight, this time to Kalbarri.
Day 6: Gero, Here We Come
Thursday, we're broadcasting from the very place we had dinner the night before, Finlay's.
After that, it's off to Gero, via the famous Pink Lake and the accompanying Buggy and Quad Bike Tour, great for the revheads amongst us.
That's sure to work up an appetite, which will no doubt be quenched with a seafood extravaganza in Geraldton!
Last Day: From Gero To Perth
After our final Friday show at the Gerald Apartment Hotel, we're packing up and driving back to Perth.
The whole week, taking in all the sights of the beautiful Coral Coast, via the #coralcoasthighway.
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Written by: @dantheinternut