Enter the extraordinary landscape of the Kimberley, Australia's wildest region
A region of astounding natural beauty and great spiritual significance, Western Australia's Kimberley region is Australia untamed. And while the roads here can be rough and distances between attractions far, that doesn't mean you need to put aside weeks to travel here. This 5-day inland adventure takes in several of the Kimberley's highlight attractions, plus a whole host of lesser-known favourites. Weave through the boulders and chasms of the Bungle Bungles, spot crocodiles on a wildlife cruise through Geikie Gorge, encounter Dreamtime stories in the Mimbi Caves and learn the legend of Jandamarra on a tour of Tunnel Creek.
Marvel at striped 'beehives' in the Bungle Bungle
Take a barefoot stroll along Broome Beach
Go underground at Tunnel Creek
Cool off in a waterhole at Cathedral Gorge
Experience wild beauty in north-west Australia
Spot a flurry of birdlife in Geikie 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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1. This trip starts in Broome at approximately 7:30am and finishes around 7:00pm. Onward travel should not be booked until the following day.
2. This trip is also available as Original style, see code PKBB-O
3. A sleeping bag is required for this trip.
4. Intrepid travellers can carry a maximum of 15kg. It is essential you bring only one small to medium soft-sided bag plus a day pack. We are not able to carry hard / externally framed suitcases
Our Broome to the Bungle Bungles (Basix) trips score an average of 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 reviews in the last year.
Great tour, great spots - be prepared to have tour members of older age, not many young people up there. The nights are cold, the daytimes always beautiful.
Review submitted 11 Sep 2018