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Karijini (Paraburdoo) to Newman Airport

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My husband and I are embarking on a madcap honeymoon to Australia, New Zealand, and Bali.

We are short (ish) on time, but long on adventurous spirits, and I am trying to make a specific itinerary work, and would love anybody's suggestions.

We are canyoning in Karijini NP for three days (8/22-8/24). After that, we would like to go to see the stromatolites in Monkey Mia / Shark Bay.

The trouble is finding a way from Paraburdoo, where our tour of Karijini ends, to Newman Airport, where we can take a reasonably priced and timed flight to Monkey Mia.

One way car hire is hideously (prohibitively) expensive, and Integrity Coaches only runs on certain days.

Any madcap ideas? Thanks, all.

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