9 Day Broome to Darwin

(ID: 325) *Please quote this number when making enquiries.
Day 1 Broome to Windjana Gorge (BC)
After leaving Broome we stop briefly at Willare Bridge to gaze in awe at the size of this river and the amount of water that flows in the mighty Fitzroy River during the wet season, continuing on we leave the bitumen behind as we head for the Oscar Range and on to Tunnel Creek, a 750 metre tunnel that passes under the Napier range rich in bush-ranger history: just ask your guide for the true story. (L.D.)

Day 2 Windjana Gorge to Manning Gorge (C)
After spending a few pleasant hours exploring Windjana Gorge with its abundance of freshwater crocodiles it’s time to hit the track again as we travel along the famous Gibb River road to Manning Gorge and to watch the sunset over the Barnett Range. (B.L.D.)

Day 3 Gibb River Road & Gorges (C)
A great day of swimming and hiking as we explore some of the Kimberley? striking gorges - maybe Barnett, Manning, Adcock or Galvans depending on the time of year. Overnight bush camp. (B,L,D)

Day 4 Gibb River Road to El Questro (C)
We continue along the rugged Gibb River Road, travelling through some ancient and spectacular country before crossing the Pentecost River and heading to the famous El Questro Station. We walk into the beautiful Cockburn Ranges for a swim under the waterfall at Emma Gorge before retiring for the night. (B,L,D)

Day 5 El Questro to Bungle Bungles (C)
Today sit back and admire the awesome scenery of the Carr Boyd and Durack Ranges as we head to Turkey Creek. We take a challenging 4WD trip into the Bungle Bungle (Purnululu) National Park for sunset over the Osmond Ranges and our overnight camp. (B,L,D)

Day 6 Bungle Bungle NP (C)
We spend a full day exploring the unusual rock formations of the Bungle Bungles mastiff, visiting the unique Frog Hole, the breathtaking Echidna Chasm and the magnificent Cathedral Gorge. We have time for an optional scenic helicopter flight (at own expense) over the Bungles before heading to our overnight bush camp. (B,L,D)

Day 7 Bungle-Bungles to Kununurra (CP)
This morning we engage 4WD to wind our way out of the Bungle-Bungles before heading to the capital of the North - Kununurra. This afternoon we explore Hidden Valley ·just a stones throw from Kununurra township. Tonight you may have the luxury of a shower!! (B.L.D.)

Day 8 Kununurra to Victoria River (BC)
This morning we drive out to Lake Argyle and the Ord River Dam. Time to take in the magnificent expanse of the largest man made lake in Australia. This afternoon we cross the border into the Northern Territory. Time permitting we may have a look in at the Keep River National Park before heading to our camp on the Victoria River. (B.L.D.)

Day 9 Victoria River to Darwin
We begin our final leg this morning with the short leg to Katherine where we have a brief visit to Katherine (Nitmiluk) Gorge. Heading north now we stop at Edith Falls for a final refreshing and relaxing swim before heading into Darwin where sadly we farewell our new found friends. (B.L.)

H ·Hostel, SS ·Sheep Station, C ·Campground, BC ·Bush Camp, CP - Caravan Park B ·Breakfast, L ·Lunch, D ·Dinner
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Departs April: 24 May: 01,08,15,22,29 June: 05,12,16,19,26,30 July: 03,07,10,14,17,21,24,31 August: 04,07,14,18,21,28 Sep: 01,04,11,18,22,25 Oct: 02,09,16,23,30


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Food Facilities:
We provide a healthy and varied menu. Vegetarians are catered for but please advise us in advance when booking your tour.
How much money do I need ?
All indicated meals are provided, and all park entry fees, parking fees and accommodation are paid for. Therefore money will be only required for optional activities and snacks bought during the journey. We strongly recommend you have travel insurance.
What should I bring?
Sturdy comfortable walking boots or joggers
Sun hat and sun glasses
Fly nets
Water bottle
Insect repellent(essential)
Sunscreen and lipscreen protection
Torch and batteries
Camera and lots of film
Pocket knife
Sleeping bag (can provide one at a small cost if requested) and sheet
Small pillow
What I cannot bring ?
No suitcases are permitted
What kind of camping/accommodation is available?
Campsites and accommodation vary a great deal in quality and services provided. As a general rule a “bush camp” has no facilities whatsoever. Campsites will have a pit latrine and water while caravan parks will have toilets, showers and washing facilities. Some nights may also be spent in farmstays, hostels or sheep stations which have all the facilities.


Exchange Rate
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$ 1900

  • All rates in AU$ including all taxes.
  • Tour operator may cancel departure or alter tour itineraries as deemed necessary. Itinerary alteration may occur due to road or weather conditions, accommodation availability, strikes, public holidays, cultural and religious traditions etc.

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Apply to holders of senior or pensioner cards(Australia, UK, Europe, New Zealand and US),full time students, YHA/VIP Members.


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