Enter into the wilds of the Kimberley on an off-road journey that takes in Windjana Gorge, El Questro and the Bungle Bungles
Get wild and remote in some of Australia's most untouched territory, the Kimberley. Embark on an adventure tour down the rough Gibb River Road, taking in hidden caves and indigenous history at Tunnel Creek. Discover waterfalls, palm oases and shaded rock pools in Bell, Adcock and Windjana gorges, and enter natural amphitheatres in the iconic Bungle Bungles. Get active hiking through chasms, cool off in Zebedee Springs and cruise through Geikie Gorge by boat in search of wildlife.
Tour through hidden caves at Tunnel Creek
Experience serenity at pristine Bell Gorge
Hear about outback lore at a remote cattle station
Journey down the rugged Gibb River Road
Soak in thermal pools at Zebedee Springs
Visit the curious Bungle Bungle Ranges
Swim in crystal-clear rock pools at Bell Gorge
Cruise past silvery fish in mighty Geikie Gorge
Enjoy a yarn with locals in an outback pub
Watch crocs lying in the shadows of Windjana Gorge
This itinerary involves some clambering over rocks, wading in water by torchlight, walking on rocky creek beds and ascending/descending into gorges. A reasonable level of fitness and being sure on your feet is necessary to participate.
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There are currently no scheduled departures on our Wild Kimberley Overland (Original) trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
1. This trip starts in Broome at approximately 6:30am and finishes in Broome early evening on day 10. Onward travel must be booked the following day.
2. This trip is available in Basix and Original styles, see code PKOW-B for Basix camping.
3. This trip requires a sleeping bag
Our Wild Kimberley Overland (Original) trips score an average of 5 out of 5 based on 1 review in the last year.
This was a fantastic trip; a real bucket list experience. The ecological & geological aspects were especially interesting. Our tour guide listened to our comments & incorporated them into our itinerary where possible.
Review submitted 15 Jun 2017