Itinerary

Overloaded with natural wonders and steeped in history, the wild Kimberley region of Australia is the ideal place for an off-road adventure tour.

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      USD $2,165
      CAD $2,305
      AUD $2,395
      EUR €1,665
      GBP £1,435
      NZD $2,840
      ZAR R21,800
      CHF FR2,055
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Day 1 Broome/Windjana Gorge

Visit the famous Boab Prison Tree then hit the bumpy Gibb River Road to reach the towering rocks of Windjana Gorge. Home to freshwater crocodiles, birdlife and native flora, Windjana Gorge is an example of Mother Nature at her rugged best. Tour through Tunnel Creek's secret caves and swim in a waterhole.

Day 2 Mt Barnett Cattle Station

Bliss out among Bell Gorge’s cascading waterfalls and fresh pools of clear water. Travel to Mt Barnett Cattle Station and enjoy an afternoon trek to Manning Falls. Revel in an explosion of cool water, Australian wildlife and scenic landscapes. Tonight, camp by a billabong and sleep in outback serenity.

Days 3-4 El Questro

Travel to the spectacular El Questro Cattle Station and marvel at the space and diversity of the land. Soaking in thermal pools at Zebedee Springs is the perfect way to recharge for a hike through Emma Gorge. There are also plenty of opportunities for adventure around El Questro.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Day 5 Kununurra/Lake Argyle

Spend a few hours exploring Kununurra then camp on the shores of Lake Argyle – Australia's largest body of fresh water. Consider a sunset boat tour to experience the vastness of the lake. For a glimpse of the past, visit the historic Durack Homestead Museum. Alternatively, hike along one of the many bush trails in the area.

Days 6-7 Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle Ranges)

Discover Purnululu National Park, a place so remote that outsiders only discovered it in the early 1980s. Marvel at the extraordinary striped 'beehive' domes of the Bungle Bungles and explore Echidna Chasm and Cathedral Gorge. Sleep in another rustic Aussie outback camp.
ACCOM: Camping (with basic facilities) - 2

Day 8 Fitzroy Crossing

Admire the remarkable quartz vein of the China Wall in the town of Halls Creek. After lunch, visit a remote Indigenous art gallery to view a collection of local artists' work. Then spend the evening camping by the idyllic Fitzroy River.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Day 9 Geikie Gorge/Broome

A leisurely morning cruise to spot crocs through majestic Geikie Gorge caps off this Wild Kimberley tour. Carved by nature millions of years ago, Geikie Gorge represents all that is incredible about Australia’s Outback. Travel back to Broome.