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Australian Adventure Travel is Western Australia’s leading adventure four wheel drive (4×4) tour operator offering adrenalin packed holidays and adventures in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Our tours are specifically designed for travellers who wish to get off the main highways and experience Australia’s wilderness areas without roughing it.

Join one of our higher quality safari tours in our 4WD vehicles and find out what the famous Australian outback really has to offer.

An experienced tour guide will lead you safely and expertly through rugged off road outback countryside, rivers and secluded water holes, waterfalls, gorges and mountain ranges, white sandy beaches and coral reefs.

Combine these experiences with occasional Aboriginal art and culture, unique flora and fauna, plus a taste of outback stations this is definitely a holiday experience you will never forget.

Visiting such places as The Kimberley, Broome, Darwin, Gibb River Road, Bungle Bungles (Purnululu), Monkey Mia, Pinnacles, Uluru (Ayers Rock),
Exmouth, Ningaloo Reef, Litchfield National Park, The Pinnacles, Mitchell Falls, Kununurrra, Kalbarri and Cape Leveque.

Ask for a brochure for information on these tours.

Touring Options

2 Day Bungle Bungles

This tour is designed for the active traveller short of time, and has been designed to allow you to see as much as possible.

Day 1: Depart Kununurra and drive via the scenic Ragged Range to Turkey Creek, where we have a short stop. We then head to the turn off to the Bungle Bungles and 53 kilometre drive on a very scenic, but winding dirt road via the magnificent Osmand Range. We arrive in time for lunch at the Northern Gorges. Afternoon walks in Echidna Chasm and Frog Hole before arriving at our overnight camp on sunset.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: This morning we head to the Southern end for a walk through the Bee Hive area of Piccaninny Creek and Cathederal Gorge, optional helicopter flight available today giving the advantage to view these magnificent formations from the air.
Breakfast, Lunch

Departs: Monday and Thursday (April – November)

9 Day Broome to Darwin Adventure

The Kimberley is Australia’s ultimate outback adventure destination. Rugged mountain ranges, crystal clear waterholes, waterfalls and the magic of Purnululu, we’ve got it all!!

Day 1: Broome – Windjana Gorge
We depart Broome and travel via the Derby Prison Tree for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. The area is rich in aboriginal culture and your guide will tell you about the “outlaw” Jandamurra, the Bunaba people and the battle of Devils Pass. Camping overnight Windjana National Park.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Windjana – Bells Gorge
This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, an amazing cave which has been carved as a Tunnel through the Napier Range. Here you will get your feet wet as we explore Jandamurras hideout, have your bathers & torches ready! In the afternoon, we stopover at the awe-inspiringly beautiful Bells Gorge. Camping overnight Bells Gorge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Bells Gorge -Manning
Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range, King Leopold Ranges, on our way to Galvans Gorge. This gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight Mt Barnett Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Manning Gorge – El Questro
Our journey today takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready for the spectacular scenery and panoramic views of the Cockburn Ranges, Cambridge Gulf and the twin rivers of the Durack and Pentecost. Camping overnight El Questro.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: El Questro – Kununurra
The morning sees us soaking in the thermal pools of Zebedee Springs, before a walk to stunning Emma Gorge on El Questro Station, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters. We then head to the Kimberley town of Kununurra. Overnight camp Kimberleyland Caravan Park.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Kununurra – Bungle Bungles
Depart Kununurra and drive via the scenic Ragged Range to Turkey Creek, where we have a short stop. We then head to the turn off to the Bungle Bungles and 53 kilometre drive on a very scenic, but winding dirt road via the magnificent Osmand Range. We arrive in time for lunch at the Northern Gorges. Afternoon walks in Echidna Chasm and Frog Hole before arriving at our overnight camp on sunset.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Bungle Bungles – Kununurra
This morning we head to the Southern end for a walk through the Bee Hive area of Piccaninny Creek and Cathedral Gorge (optional helicopter flight available today, gives the advantage to view these magnificent formations close up from the air), before returning to Kununurra for our overnight camp.
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 8/9: Kununurra – Darwin
We cross the border to the Northern Territory , visit Ord River Dam and travel along the Victoria river (watch out for salties) to our overnight at Katherine. The next morning we visit Katherine Gorge and travel up the track (Stuart Hwy) into the outback capital Darwin. The last day of the tour may be run in conjunction with another operator.

DEPARTS; Wednesday

7 Day Mitchell Plateau (Broome- Kununurra & Kununurra- Broome)

Day 1: Broome – Windjana Gorge
Depart Broome at 0700 and travel to the Derby Prison Tree for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. Camping overnight Windjana National Park.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Windjana Gorge – Bells Gorge
This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, have your bathers and torches ready. This amazing tunnel cuts through the Napier Range and is rich in history, ask your guide. Afternoon sees us off to Bells Gorge. Camping overnight Bells Gorge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Bells Gorge – Mt Barnett Station
Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range, King Leopold Ranges, on our way to Galvans Gorge. This Gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight at Mt Barnett Station: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Mt Barnett Station – King Edward River
Today we leave the Gibb River Road, and travel on Kalumburu Road to Mitchell Plateau, visiting Drysdale River Station. Our camp will be on the banks of the river, an afternoon dip here, and a chance to explore the area before dinner is a must. Camping overnight King Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Mitchell Plateau and Falls
We make full use of our four wheel drive (4WD) capacity today, to take us to the Mitchell Plateau. Livistonia palms abound in this rugged region. Experience an optional helicopter flight over these falls, you can see some of the remotest country in the world. While swimming and overlooking the cascading falls, take a moment out, realising just where you are on the map. Camping overnight Kind Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: King Edward River – Home Valley or Ellenbrae Station
This morning we visit aboriginal paintings in the area, we must now depart our river camp and Mitchell Plateau and travel back down Kalumburu Road to rejoin the Gibb River Road. Tonight we camp at Home Valley Station or Ellenbrae Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Home Valley/Ellenbrae – Kununurra
Our journey today takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready as wind our way towards El Questro Station. A walk to stunning Emma Gorge, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters before continuing on to our final stop at Kununurra.
Breakfast, Lunch

Departs Broome: 4th May, 18th May, 6th June, 8th July, 10th August, 12th Sept, 12th October – 2006
Departs Kununurra: 25th May, 27th June, 29th July, 31st August, 3rd October -2006

15 Day Kimberley Explorer

The Kimberley’s most comprehensive adventure tour. For travellers who wish to fully appreciate this remote area as well as gain a more in-depth understanding of it’s unique qualities and features, then this is the ultimate tour for you! Our experienced tour guides will escort you through some amazing landscapes, introduct you to aboriginal art and help you watch out for wildlife which makes the Kimberley, truly Australia’s last frontier.

Day 1: Broome – Windjana Gorge
Depart Broome at 07:00am and head to the Derby Prison Tree for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. Camping overnight Windjana National Park.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Windjana Gorge – Bells Gorge
This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, have your bathers and torches ready. This amazing tunnel cuts through the Napier Range and is rich in history, ask your guide. Afternoon sees us off to Bells Gorge. Camping overnight Bells Gorge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Bells Gorge – Mt Barnett Station
Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range, King Leopold Ranges, on our way to Galvans Gorge. This gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight Mt Barnett Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Mt Barnett Station – King Edward River
Today we leave the Gibb River Road, and travel to Kalumburu Road to Mitchell Plateau, visiting Drysdale River Station. Our camp will be on the banks of the river, an afternoon dip here, and a chance to explore the area before dinner is a must. Camping overnight King Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Mitchell Plateau and Falls
Today we leave for the Mitchell Plateau with it’s masses of Mitchell Plateau palms before tackling the slow rough track leading to the Mitchell Falls. We explore Mitchell and Merten Falls on foot and discover amazing Aboriginal rock art and some beautiful scenery. Late afternoon we return to our bush camp for a night out under the stars. Wildlife such as dingo’s, kangaroos and birds are plentiful. (We recommend walking into the Mitchell Falls then taking advantage of a scenic helicopter flight). Camping overnight King Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: King Edward River – Home Valley
This morning we visit aboriginal paintings in the area before departing from our river camp and the Mitchell Plateau and travelling back towards Drysdale Station to rejoin the Gibb River Road. Tonight we camp at Home Valley Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Home Valley – El Questro
Our journey today takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready for the spectacular scenery and panoramic views of the Cockburn Ranges, Cambridge Gulf and the twin rivers of the Durack and Pentecost. A walk to stunning Emma Gorge on El Questro Station, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters. Camping overnight El Questro.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: El Questro
An exciting and relaxing day today. The morning sees us soaking in the thermal pools of Zebedee Springs, we then spend a fun afternoon exploring Chamberlain Gorge in our dingy’s (small boats) to view the wildlife and aboriginal art of the area. Camping overnight El Questro Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: El Questro – Kununurra
This morning we leave El Questro on our journey to Wyndham and marvel at the view from Five Rivers Lookout. After lunch we travel on to Kununurra with a short stop to view the bird life of Parry Lagoon and set up camp on the edge of Lake Kununurra. Camping overnight Kununurra.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Kununurra
A free day today to enjoy the many attractions of Kununurra. Some suggestions for your free day’s – visit the plantations in the area, take a boat cruise along the Ord River, boat cruise on Lake Argyle, fishing trip on the lower Ord River, flight to Argyle Diamond Mine. These are only some of the optional tours available to you. Camping overnight Kununurra.
Breakfast

DAY 11: Kununurra
Free day today to enjoy the many attractions of Kununurra. Camping overnight Kununurra.
Breakfast, Dinner

Day 12:Kununurra – Bungle Bungle’s
An early start this morning as we head south for an interesting scenic drive through the mountain ranges to Turkey Creek, before tackling the slow 60 kilometre drive into the Bungle Bungles unbelievable beehive formations and plunging gorges. A visit this afternoon, to Echidna Chasm with its sheer rock face. We set up camp at one of the campsites in the Purnululu National Park and relax whilst enjoying the sunset on the Bungle Bungle Massif. Camping overnight Bungle Bungle National Park.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Bungle Bungle’s
First thing on today’s itinerary should be an unforgettable helicopter flight over the Bungle Bungle’s. Whilst this is an optional extra, it is highly recommended. We will then drive to the other side of the Bungle Bungle’s for an easy walk through spectacular gorges and the bee hives of the Bungle Bungle’s, including Cathedral Gorge. Camping overnight Bungle Bungle National Park.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Bungle Bungle’s – Fitzroy Crossing
An early start back to the main road and on to the once thriving gold town of Halls Creek. Then on to our overnight stop at Fitzroy Crossing. Camping overnight Fitzroy Lodge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15: Fitzroy Crossing – Broome
Pack up camp for the last time and travel to Geike Gorge for a morning visit. You will have an opportunity here for a boat cruise on the Fitzroy River and Geike Gorge. We then make our way to Broome, where your Kimberley experience officially ends. We will organise dinner out for the group at a local restaurant to give you a last chance to farewell your fellow passengers. Whilst this is not a part of your tour, we are sure you will not miss this opportunity to say “Goodbye”.
Breakfast, Lunch

7 Day Ningaloo Adventure

This adventure will have you enjoying Shark Bay, the Monkey Mia Dolphins, Coral Bay, Ningaloo Reef, Kalbarri and the Pinnacles.
Swim, Snorkel, Scuba, ride a Quad Bike or take a cruise.
Accommodated on farms, sheep stations and country lodges.

Day 1: Perth – Lynton Station
We depart Perth and make our way to Western Australia.’s unique Pinnacle Desert. After walking through this desert of limestone spiers, travel we travel to the City of Geraldton, here we go sandboarding on the huge white sand dunes before continuing north on our way to the historic Lynton convict settlement, now run as a typical Aussie wheat and sheep farm.
Overnight Lynton Station: Lunch/Dinner

Day 2: Lynton Station – Nanga Bay
Today we explore coastal and inland regions of Kalbarri National Park including the coastal gorges and “The Loop” seeing abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Continue north to Shark Bay and the Stromatolites before continuing to the coastal sheep station of Nanga Bay.
Overnight Nanga Bay: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 3: Nanga Bay – Warroora Station
This morning we visit the dolphins of Monkey Mia, one of a few places in the world dolphins from the “wild” come to meet people. The morning is spent interacting with these amazing creatures (Dolphin appearance not guaranteed). Take the opportunity to go sailing in the Bay. We bid the dolphins farewell, as we travel to Shell Beach, before continuing north via Carnarvon to our overnight station stay. This sheep station is situated on a 50 kilometre secluded stretch of the Ningaloo Reef. This evening enjoy “camp oven cooking” by the campfire. Try our damper!
Overnight Warroora Station: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 4: Coral Bay – Exmouth
This morning we leave Warroora, taking in some of the sights of the track, often sighting kangaroos, emus and other wildlife. Arriving at our destination Coral Bay, the point at which Ningaloo Reef is closest to the shore making it one of the most accessible Coral Reefs in the world. With over 450 species of fish and 250 species of coral as well as manta rays, dugong and dolphins inhabiting, these sheltered waters, it is a must to snorkel, or take a glass bottom boat tour. Mid afternoon we travel north past Cape Range National Park to the northern end of Ningaloo and the town of Exmouth.
Overnight Exmouth: Breakfast/Lunch

Day 5 Exmouth
Today we explore Exmouth, Cape Range and the Ningaloo Reef. Here we can snorkel the clear waters of Ningaloo Reef drift aimlessly over the coral of Torquoise Bay, or swim from a pure white coral beach and view the extensive wildlife of the Cape Range including the rare black footed Rock Wallaby on an optional day of diving this magnificent reef, or chase the elusive Whale Shark in season. Overnight Exmouth

Day 6: Exmouth – Geraldton
After farewelling our passengers staying in Exmouth, we start our return journey south to our overnight stop at Geraldton. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)

Day 7 Geraldton – Perth
Next morning we visit Yanchep National Park and spend time learning about Aboriginal Culture and Dreaming with the Nyoongar people. Try Boomerang throwing or fac painting, before we arrive back in Perth.
Breakfast/Lunch

6 Day Ayers Rock Adventure

Travel from Perth to Kalgoorlie and across the Central Australian Desert to see Australia’s number one tourism attraction – Ayers Rock. Plus Kings Canyon and Alice springs. A six day camping safari, which partly re-traces the steps of pioneers and explorers of the last century along the famous Gun Barrel Highway. This tour takes you through some really wild outback terrain, as well as offering a unique opportunity to sleep under a canopy of a starlit sky in the desert.

Day 1: Depart 0700 from Tourist Coach Rank, Wellington Street, Perth. Our four wheel drive (4WD) coach takes us east away from the coast and towards the central desert regions of Australia. Through the jarrah forests of the Darling Ranges and on to wheat growing areas, passing through the gold mining town of Kalgoorlie to our overnight stay near Menzies, camping under the stars.
Bush camp: lunch and dinner supplied.

Day 2: Today we leave the sealed road behind and journey into The Great Victoria Desert. By now we can feel and see the remoteness of the desert, keep your eyes open for wild camels. Another night around the campfire.
Bush camp: breakfast, lunch and dinner supplied.

Day 3: Travelling through Aboriginal Reserves, Warburton, Giles and onto Docker River. We join the famous Gunbarrel Highway, as we take in the local sights, visiting Lasseter’s Cave.
Bush camp: breakfast, lunch and dinner supplied.

Day 4: Today is Ayers Rock day, but first a visit to The Olgas. Walking amongst these ancient forms, it now becomes clear why the Aboriginals consider this area sacred from their Dreamtime. Now onto Ayers Rock and its famous sun set.
Ayers Rock Resort-camp: breakfast, lunch and dinner supplied.

Day 5: Early rise today for those feeling energetic enough to climb the rock. Followed by a tour of the base, exploring rock formations and Aboriginal art sites. We then must depart this wonderous place to make our way cross country to the George Gill Ranges, here we find Kings Canyon.
Kings Canyon Resort – camp: breakfast, lunch and dinner supplied.

Day 6: For several hours after breakfast we explore the spectacular Kings Canyon and all its rugged beauty. Visit the Lost City and Garden of Eden, after lunch it’s off to Alice Spring, central town of Australia and finish of your central Australian Adventure.

Departure Dates: Departs Perth: Saturday (September – May)

9 Day Northwest Adventure (Perth-Broome)

9 days of amazing scenery, abundant wildlife and adventure activities. Definitely one of Western Australia’s best adventure tours with good accommodation and meals as you explore all the coastal highlights between Perth and Exmouth before heading into the Western Australian Outback. Travel to some of the world’s oldest mountains as you explore the amazing Karijini National Park. This amazing adventure finishes in Broome (or returns Perth seasonally, Northwest Explorer) combine an add on tour through to Darwin.

Day 1: Perth – Lynton Station
We depart Perth and make our way to Western Australia’s unique Pinnacle Desert. After walking through this desert of limestone spiers, travel we travel to the city of Geraldton, here we go sandboarding on the huge white sand dunes before continuing north on our way to the historic Lynton convict settlement, now run as a typical Aussie wheat and sheep farm.
Overnight Lynton Station: Lunch/Dinner

Day 2: Lynton Station – Nanga Bay
Today we explore coastal and inland regions of Kalbarri National Park including the coastal gorges and “The Loop” seeing abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Continue north to Shark Bay and the Stromatolites before continuing to the coastal sheep station of Nanga Bay.
Overnight Nanga Bay: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 3: Nanga Bay – Warroora Station
This morning we visit the dolphins of Monkey Mia, one of a few places in the world dolphins from the “wild” come to meet people. The morning is spent interacting with these amazing creatures (Dolphin appearance not guaranteed). Take the opportunity to go sailing in the Bay. We bid the dolphins farewell, as we travel to Shell Beach, before continuing north via Carnarvon to our overnight station stay. This sheep station is situated on a 50 kilometre secluded stretch of the Ningaloo Reef. This evening enjoy “camp oven cooking” by the campfire. Try our damper!
Overnight Warroora Station: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 4: Coral Bay – Exmouth
This morning we leave Warroora, taking in some of the sights of the track, often sighting kangaroos, emus and other wildlife. Arriving at our destination Coral Bay, the point at which Ningaloo Reef is closest to the shore making it one of the most accessible Coral Reefs in the world. With over 450 species of fish and 250 species of coral as well as manta rays, dugong and dolphins inhabiting, these sheltered waters, it is a must to snorkel, or take a glass bottom boat tour. Mid afternoon we travel north past Cape Range National Park to the northern end of Ningaloo and the town of Exmouth.
Overnight Exmouth: Breakfast/Lunch

Day 5: Exmouth
We explore Exmouth today Cape Range and Ningaloo Reef. Snorkel the clear waters of Ningaloo Reef, drift aimlessly over the coral of Turquoise Bay, or swim from a pure white coral beach and view the extensive wildlife of Cape Range including the rare black footed Rock Wallaby on an optional cruise. Today you have time for scuba diving this magnificent reef, or chase the elusive Whale Shark! (in season)
Overnight Exmouth: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 6: Exmouth – Auski
Depart Exmouth and travel through outback sheep and cattle stations to the Ashburton River and Beazley River. After lunch continue through the ancient mountains of the Hamersley Ranges with their spectacular rock formations and outback scenery on the way to our overnight stay.
Overnight Auski Tourist Village: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 7: Karijini
Today we head for the amazing Karijini National Park for an adventurous day trekking gorges such as: Weano Gorge, Hancock Gorge, Joffre Gorge and Knox Gorge. After lunch we travel to Dales Gorge and do an amazing trek through the bottom of the gorge to Fortescue Falls and Fern Pool.
Overnight Auski: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 8: Auski – Port Hedland
Following the Hamersley Ranges we make our way to the mining hub of Western Australia. Here we see the huge Iron Ore Port and mile long train that supply the ore.
Overnight Pardoo: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 9: Pardoo – Broome
After an early morning swim, we head to 80 mile beach and head north to Broome. This is a direct run along highway number 1, this is a direct run to Broome. Arrival for sunset on Cable Beach.
Breakfast/Lunch

7 Day Gibb & Bungle Combo

DAY 1: Broome – Windjana Gorge
We depart Broome and travel via the Derby Prison Tree for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. The area is rich in aboriginal culture and your guide will tell you about the “outlaw” Jandamurra, the Bunaba people and the battle of Devils Pass.
Camping overnight Windjana National Park. (L.D.)

DAY 2: Windjana – Bells Gorge
(0700) This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, have your bathers and torches ready. This amazing Tunnel cuts through the Napier Range. Afternoon sees us off to Bells Gorge. Camping overnight – Silent Grove. (B.L.D)

DAY 3: Bells Gorge – Manning
(0700) Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range – King Leopold Ranges on our way to Galvans Gorge, this gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight Mt Barnett Station. (B.L.D)

DAY 4: Manning – El Questro
Our journey today takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready for the spectacular scenery and panoramic views of the Cockburn Ranges, Cambridge Gulf and the twin rivers of the Durack and Pentecost. This afternoon you have the option to join some of El Questro’s activities or hike some of their spectacular gorges. Camping overnight El Questro. (B.L.D)

DAY 5: El Questro – Kununurra
The morning sees us soaking in the thermal pools of Zebedee Springs, and an option to hike some of the spectacular gorges of El Questro. Before we head to the Kimberley town of Kununurra. (B.L)

DAY 6: Kununurra – Bungles
Depart Kununurra and drive via the scenic RAGGED RANGE to Warman, where we have a short stop. We head to Purnululu National Park turn off and 53 kms along a very scenic, and winding dirt road via the magnificent Osmand Range. We arrive in time for lunch, an afternoon walk in Echidna Chasm and Mini Palms with it’s amazing colour, arriving at camp on sunset. (B.L.D)

DAY 7: Bungle Bungles – Kununurra
This morning we head to the Southern end for a walk through the Bee Hive area of Piccaninny Creek and Cathedral Gorge (optional helicopter flight available today, gives the advantage to view these magnificent formations from the air), before our journey officially ends back in the town of Kununurra. (B/L)
DEPARTS; Wednesday

4 Day Monkey Mia Adventure

For travellers with limited time, this adventure along the West Coast to Monkey Mia, is a must!! Visit all the highlights of the region whilst experiencing life on coastal sheep stations for our overnight stops. A budget priced tour for people of all ages who are looking for days of fun, sun and adventure.

Day 1: Perth – Lynton Station
We depart Perth and travel to the fishing community of Lancelin, here we go sand boarding on the huge white sand dunes before making our way to Western Australia’s unique Pinnacle Desert. After walking through this desert of limestone spiers, we make our way to the historic Lynton convict settlement, now run as a typical Aussie wheat and sheep farm. Overnight Lynton Station.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Lynton Station – Shark Bay
Explore coastal and inland regions of Kalbarri N/Park including “Natures Window” and “The Loop” seeing abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. We continue north to Shark Bay and the Stromatolites, stopping at Shell Beach, before continuing to our overnight stay at the Monkey Mia Dolphin Lodge / Nanga Bay Resort.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Monkey Mia
After breakfast you may visit the famous dolphins of Monkey Mia, one of a few places in the world dolphins from the “wild” come to meet people. The morning is spent interacting with these amazing creatures (Dolphin appearance not guaranteed). Take the opportunity to go sailing in the Bay. After lunch, we bid the dolphins farewell, as we travel south to our overnight stay. Overnight Geraldton.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Geralton – Perth
We depart Geraldton this morning and travel south to Yanchep National Park, where we have lunch overlooking Lake McNess. This afternoon we spend time learning about Aboriginal culture and dreamtime with the Noongar people, before arriving in Perth at approximately 1700.
Breakfast, Lunch
Departures: Perth: Fridays (Extra departures Tuesdays – September 2005 to April 2006)

9 Day North West Explorer(Perth-Karijini-Perth)

9 days of amazing scenery, abundant wildlife and adventure activities. Definitely one of Western Australia’s best adventure tours, explore all the coastal highlights between Perth and Exmouth before heading into the Western Australian Outback. Travel to some of the world’s oldest mountains as you explore the amazing Karijini National Park. This amazing adventure finishes back in Perth.

Day 1 Perth – Lynton Station
We depart Perth and travel to the fishing community of Lancelin, go sand boarding on the huge white sand dunes before making our way to W.A.’s unique Pinnacle Desert. After walking through this desert of limestone spiers, we make our way to the historic Lynton convict settlement, now run as a typical Aussie wheat and sheep farm. Overnight Lynton Station. (L/D)

Day 2 Lynton Station – Nanga Bay
Explore coastal and inland regions of Kalbarri N/Park including “Natures Window” and “The Loop” seeing abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Continue north to Shark Bay and the Stromatolites before continuing to the coastal sheep station of Nanga Bay/or Monkey Mia Dolphin Lodge. Overnight Nanga Bay. (B/L/D)

Day 3 Nanga Bay – Warroora Station
This morning we visit the dolphins of Monkey Mia, one of a few places in the world dolphins from the “wild” come to meet people. The morning is spent interacting with these amazing creatures (Dolphin appearance not guaranteed). Take the opportunity to go sailing in the Bay. We bid the dolphins farewell, as we travel to Shell Beach, before continuing north via Carnarvon to our overnight station stay. This sheep station is situated on a 50km secluded stretch of the Ningaloo Reef. This evening enjoy “camp oven cooking” by the campfire. Try our damper! Overnight Warroora Station. (B/L/D)

Day 4 Coral Bay – Exmouth
This morning we leave Warroora, taking in some of the sights, often sighting kangaroos, emus and other wildlife. Arriving at our destination Coral Bay, the point at which Ningaloo Reef is closest to the shore making it one of the most accessible Coral Reefs in the world. With over 450 species of fish and 250 species of coral as well as manta rays, dugong and dolphins inhabiting, these sheltered waters, it is a must to snorkel, or take a glass bottom boat tour. Mid afternoon we travel north past Cape Range National Park to the northern end of Ningaloo and the town of Exmouth. Overnight Exmouth.
(B/L)

Day 5 Exmouth
Today we explore Exmouth, Cape Range and the Ningaloo Reef. Here we can snorkel the clear waters of the Ningaloo Reef, drift aimlessly over the coral of Turquoise Bay, or swim from a pure white coral beach and view the extensive wildlife of the Cape Range including the rare black footed Rock Wallaby on an optional cruise.
Today you have the time to join a Dive Boat for a day of diving this magnificent Reef, or chase the elusive Whale Shark! Overnight Exmouth. (B/L/D)

Day 6 Exmouth – Karijini
This morning we Depart Exmouth and travel through outback sheep and cattle stations to the Ashburton River and Beazley River. After lunch continue through the ancient mountains of the Hamersley Ranges with their spectacular rock formations and outback scenery on our way to our first camp at Auski Tourist Village. Overnight camp Auski.
*Accommodation upgrade available. B/L/D)

Day 7 Karijini
Today we head for the amazing Karijini N/P for an adventurous day trekking gorges such as: Weano Gorge and Hancock Gorge, and view Joffre Falls. After lunch we travel to Dales Gorge and do an amazing trek through the bottom of the gorge to Fortescue Falls and Fern Pool. Overnight Camp Auski.
*Accommodation upgrade available. (B/L/D)

Day 8 Karijini – Meekatharra
Today we leave Karijini and the Hamersley Ranges as we travel south past the mining towns of Newman and Meekatharra, passing through sheep and cattle stations enroute to our last night at Meekatharra. Overnight Camping. (B/L/D)

Day 9 Meekatharra – Perth
Today we break camp for the last time to travel through picturesque early outback towns. Journey through acres of wheatbelt fields and the historic town of New Norcia, built by the Benedictine monks with it’s traditional architecture and priceless works of art. Finally we return to Perth.

2 Day Cape Leveque Adventure

Explore the Dampier Peninsula and Cape Leveque – Western Austrlia’s most northerly point, resplendent with sparkling waters and pindan cliffs.

Day 1: Broome to Lombadina
Departing Broome, we head north across the rugged Dampier Peninsula and visit Beagle Bay, home to the famous Pearl Shell Altar in the 1918 mission built by the Pallotine monks. Next stop is the Lombadina Aboriginal Community to absorb the local indigenous culture. Overnight camp at Kooljaman – Cape Leveque.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Lombadina to Broome
Enjoy free time at Kooljaman – Cape Leveque overlooking the Indian Ocean, taking time out to relax and enjoy the spectacular coastline and sparkling waters. After lunch we head back to Broome arriving just in time for sunset at the world famous Cable Beach.
Breakfast, Lunch

Depart Broome: Sunday and Thursday (April to November)

7 Day Gibb River Road Adventure

Experience the incredible scenery, aboriginal art and Kimberley wildlife of the Gibb River Road. For those with limited time this is the only road to take through the Kimberley. Explore the Kimberley’s ancient mountain ranges, gorges and rivers along the Gibb River Road as you travel between Broome and Kununurra.

Day 1: Broome – Windjana Gorge
We depart Broome and travel via the Derby Prison Tree for a short visit. We leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. Our afternoon is spent at Tunnel Creek an amazing cave which has been carved as a Tunnel through the Napier Range, here you will get your feet wet as we explore Jandamurras hideout. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. The area is rich in aboriginal culture and your guide will tell you about the “outlaw” Jandamurra, the Bunaba people and the battle of Devils Pass.
Camping overnight Windjana National Park: Lunch/Dinner

Day 2: Windjana – Manning
Today we travel through the Napier and King Leopold Ranges, the unique Kimberley will open before us. Our first stop is for a mid morning swim at Bell Falls, after lunch we visit Imintji Aboriginal Community for some time out with the locals before an afternoon swim at Glavins under the Wandjina’s watchful eye.
Overnight – Manning River: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 3: Manning – Ellenbrae Station
With an early start we take a challenging trek to Manning Falls for a great swim under the falls. This afternoon we travel the northern section of this old beef road.
Overnight we camp at Ellenbrae Station: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 4: Ellenbrae Station – El Questro
Our journey today takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready for the spectacular scenery and panoramic views of the Cockburn Ranges, Cambridge Gulf and the twin rivers of the Durack and Pentecost. A walk to stunning Emma Gorge on El Questro Station, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters.
Camping overnight El Questro: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 5: El Questro – Kununurra
The morning sees us soaking in the thermal pools of Zebedee Springs, and an option to hike some of the spectacular gorges of El Questro. Before we head to the Kimberley town of Kununurra where our journey ends.
Breakfast/Lunch

Day 6: Kununurra – Fitzroy Crossing
Today we head south for our first stop at Warmun where you may take a spectacular optional helicopter flight over the amazing Bungle Bungles. This afternoon we visit the Kimberley town of Halls Creek on our way to our overnight camp.
(Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 7: Fitzroy Crossing – Broome
This morning we visit Geikie Gorge for an optional cruise along the Fitzroy River through the Oscar Range before returning to Broome this afternoon. Breakfast/Lunch

DEPARTS; Wednesday

1 Day Pinnacles 4WD Adventure

This fabulous day out takes you to Western Australia’s renowned Pinnacle Desert, an amazing moon like landscape and one of Australia’s most mystical experiences.

Travelling north to reach Yanchep National Park where we stop for a great opportunity to view and photograph koalas close up. We continue on to the small fishing settlement of Lancelin where we make a brief stop. Be sure to fasten your seatbelts as from here we engage 4WD for the thrilling experience driving over massive sand dunes and the opportunity to try sandboarding. We journey along bush tracks where we occasionally spot wild kangaroos and emus, to reach a lookout point high on a wildflower hill with great views to the coast.

From here we move onto the rock lobster fishing town of Cervantes where we stop for a brief swim in the Indian Ocean. After a barbeque lunch the highlight of the day, Nambung National Park home of the amazing Pinnacle Desert. Ample time as allowed to enjoy a guided through sections of this facinating landscape which covers some 404 hectares. Be sure to wear comfortable footware, bring a hat and plenty of film to capture your own memories of this intriguing place. Later this afternoon relax on your sunset journey back to Perth.

Departs daily.

20 Day Perth to Darwin

Day 1: Perth – Lynton Station
We depart Perth and travel to the fishing community of Lancelin, go sand boarding on the huge white sand dunes before making our way to Western Australia’s unique Pinnacle Desert. After walking through this desert of limestone spiers, we make our way to the historic Lynton convict settlement, now run as a typical Aussie wheat and sheep farm. Overnight Lynton Station.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Lynton Station – Nanga Bay or Monkey Mia Resort
Explore coastal and inland regions of Kalbarri N/Park including “Natures Window” and “The Loop” seeing abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery. Continue north to Shark Bay and the Stromatolites before continuing to the coastal sheep station of Nanga Bay. Overnight Nanga Bay.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Nanga Bay/Monkey Mia Resort – Warroora Station
This morning we visit the dolphins of Monkey Mia, one of a few places in the world dolphins from the “wild” come to meet people. The morning is spent interacting with these amazing creatures (Dolphin appearance not guaranteed). Take the opportunity to go sailing in the Bay. We bid the dolphins farewell, as we travel to Shell Beach, before continuing north via Carnarvon to our overnight station stay. This sheep station is situated on a 50km secluded stretch of the Ningaloo Reef. This evening enjoy “camp oven cooking” by the campfire. Try our damper! Overnight Warroora Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Coral Bay – Exmouth
This morning we leave Warroora, taking in some of the sights, often sighting kangaroos, emus and other wildlife. Arriving at our destination Coral Bay, the point at which Ningaloo Reef is closest to the shore making it one of the most accessible Coral Reefs in the world. With over 450 species of fish and 250 species of coral as well as manta rays, dugong and dolphins inhabiting, these sheltered waters, it is a must to snorkel, or take a glass bottom boat tour. Late afternoon we travel north past Cape Range National Park to the northern end of Ningaloo and the town of Exmouth. Overnight Exmouth.
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5: Exmouth
We explore Exmouth, Cape Range and Ningaloo Reef. Snorkel the clear waters of Ningaloo Reef, drift aimlessly over the coral of Turqoise Bay, or swim from a pure white coral beach and view the extensive wildlife of Cape Range including the rare black footed Rock Wallaby and an optional cruise. Today you have time for scuba diving this magnificent reef, or chase the elusive Whale Shark! (in season) Overnigh Exmouth. Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

Day 6: Exmouth – Karijini
Depart Exmouth and travel through outback sheep and cattle stations to the Ashburton River and Beazley River. After lunch continue through the ancient mountains of the Hamersley Ranges with their spectacular rock formations and outback scenery on our way to our overnight stay at Auski Tourist Village.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Karijini
Today we head for the amazing Karijini N/P for an adventurous day swimming & trekking gorges such as: Weano Gorge and Hancock Gorge. After lunch we move on to Dales Gorge and do an amazing trek through the bottom of the gorge to Fortescue Falls and Fern Pool. Overnight Auski.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Auski – Port Hedland
Following the Hamersley Ranges we make our way to Port Hedland the mining hub of Western Australia. Here we see the huge Iron Ore Port and mile long train that supply the ore. Overnight camp at Pardoo
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Pardoo – Broome
After a morning swin at 80 Mile Beach we head north to Broome. This is a direct run along highway number 1 through Roebuck Plains, to Broome. Arrival for sunset on Cable Beach. Overnight Broome.
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 10: Broome
Free day in Broome to explore the beaches or do some optional touring. Overnight Broome

Day 11; Broome
Free day in Broome. Overnight Broome

Day 12: Broome – Windjana Gorge
We depart Broome and travel via the Derby Prison Tree for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. The area is rich in aboriginal culture and your guide will tell you about the “outlaw” Jandamurra, the Bunaba people and the battle of Devils Pass. Camping overnight Windjana National Park.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Windjana – Bells Gorge
This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, an amazing cave which has been carved as a Tunnel through the Napier Range. Here you will get your feet wet as we explore Jandamurras hideout, have your bathers & torches ready! In the afternoon, we stopover at the awe-inspiringly beautiful Bells Gorge. Camping overnight Bells Gorge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Bells Gorge -Manning
Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range, King Leopold Ranges, on our way to Galvans Gorge. This gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight Mt Barnett Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15: Manning Gorge – El Questro
Our journey today takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready for the spectacular scenery and panoramic views of the Cockburn Ranges, Cambridge Gulf and the twin rivers of the Durack and Pentecost. Camping overnight El Questro.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 16: El Questro – Kununurra
The morning sees us soaking in the thermal pools of Zebedee Springs, before a walk to stunning Emma Gorge on El Questro Station, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters. We then head to the Kimberley town of Kununurra. Overnight camp Kimberleyland Caravan Park.
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 17: Kununurra – Bungle Bungles
Depart Kununurra and drive via the scenic Ragged Range to Turkey Creek, where we have a short stop. We then head 53 kilometre’s to the turn off to the Bungle Bungles and another 53 kilometre drive on a very scenic, but winding dirt road via the magnificent Osmand Range. We arrive in time for lunch at the Northern Gorges. Afternoon walks in Echidna Chasm and Frog Hole before arriving at our overnight camp on sunset.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 18: Bungle Bungles – Kununurra
This morning we head to the Southern end for a walk through the Bee Hive area of Piccaninny Creek and Cathedral Gorge (optional helicopter flight available today, gives the advantage to view these magnificent formations close up from the air), before returning to Kununurra for our overnight camp.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 19/20: Kununurra – Darwin
We cross the border to the Northern Territory visit Ord River Dam and travel along the Victoria river (watch out for salties) to our overnight at Katherine. The next morning we visit Katherine Gorge, travel up the track (Stuart Hwy) into the outback capital Darwin. The last day of the tour may be run in conjunction with another operator.

12 Day Kimberley Discovery (Broome-Darwin/ Darwin-Broome)

This is the ultimate discovery tour combining the Kimberley and the Northern Territory! It’s the only tour covering all the major tourist attractions on the way. The highlights include Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek, Bells and Manning Gorges, Mitchell Plateau, El Questro, Emma Gorge, Bungle Bungle, Kununurra, Victoria River and Katherine Gorge. When travelling between Broome and Darwin in anything less than 13 days – that usually means some of the major attractions will be missing, so make sure you book with Australian Adventure Travel for a more comprehensive tour choice.

Day 1: Broome – Windjana Gorge
Depart Broome at 0700 am and head to the Derby Prison for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. Camping overnight Windjana National Park.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Windjana Gorge – Bells Gorge
This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, have your bathers and torches ready. This amazing tunnel cuts through the Napier Range and is rich in history – ask your guide. Afternoon sees us off to Bells Gorge. Camping overnight Bells Gorge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Bells Gorge – Manning Falls
Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range, King Leopold Ranges, on our way to Galvans Gorge. This gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight Mt Barnett Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Manning Falls – Kind Edward River
Today we leave the Gibb River Road, and travel to Kalumburu Road to Mitchell Plateau, visiting Drysdale River Station. Our camp will be on the banks of the river, an afternoon dip here, and a chance to explore the area before dinner is a must. Camping overnight King Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Mitchell Plateau and Falls
We make full use of our four wheel drive (4WD) capacity today, to take us to the Mitchell Plateau. Livistonia palms abound in this rugged region. Experience an optional helicopter flight over these falls, you can see most of the remotest country in the world. While swimming and overlooking the cascading falls, take a moment out, realising just where you are on the map. Camping overnight Kind Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Kind Edward River – Ellenbrae Station
This morning we briefly visit aboriginal paintings in the area, we must now depart our river camp and Mitchell Plateau and travel back down Kalumburu Road to rejoin the Gibb River Road. Tonight we camp at Home Valley Station Station or Ellenbrae Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: Ellenbrae Station – Kununurra
Our journey takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready as we wind our way towards El Questro Station. A walk to stunning Emma Gorge, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters. Camping overnight Kununurra.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Kununurra
Free day today, to enjoy the many attractions of Kununurra. Overnight Kimberleyland Caravan Park.
Breakfast

Day 9: Kununurra – Bungle Bungles
An early start as we’re off to the Bungle’s unbelievable beehive formations, and view plunging gorges that will leave you breathless. A visit to Echidna Chasm with its 150 metre sheer rock face. Camping overnight Bungle Bungle National Park.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Bungle Bungle’s
A full day to take in the wonder of “Purnululu”, starting with an optional helicopter flight over this amazing sight is a must. Then lunch in Cathedral Gorge and an afternoon walk to Mini Palms. Camping overnight Bungle Bungle National Park.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Bungle Bungle’s – Timber Creek
Sadly we leave Purnululu today and head to Kununurra for a short stop. We then cross the Northern Territory Border on to Timber Creek for our overnight stay. Camping overnight Timber Creek.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Timber Creek – Darwin
Today we visit Katherine Gorge and Edith Falls for a relaxing swim, en route to our final destination point of the city of Darwin when our Kimberley Adventure offically ends.
Breakfast, Lunch,

5 Day Gibb River Road Adventure

Experience incredible scenery, Aboriginal Art, and Kimberley Wildlife. For those with limited time this tour will sample the unique Kimberley. Explore the Kimberley’s ancient mountain ranges, gorges and rivers as you travel the heart of the Kimberley. Highlights include; Windjana Gorge, El Questro, Tunnel Creek, bells, Geikie and Manning Gorges.

Day 1: Broome – Windjana Gorge
We depart Broome and travel via the Derby Prison Tree for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. The area is rich in aboriginal culture and your guide will tell you about the “outlaw” Jandamurra, the Bunaba people and the battle of Devils Pass. Camping overnight Windjana National Park.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 2: Windjana – Bells Gorge
This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, an amazing cave which has been carved as a Tunnel through the Napier Range. Here you will get your feet wet as we explore Jandamurras hideout, have your bathers & torches ready! In the afternoon, we stopover at the awe-inspiringly beautiful Bells Gorge. Camping overnight Bells Gorge: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Bells Gorge – Manning
Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range, King Leopold Ranges, on our way to Galvans Gorge. This gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight Mt Barnett Station: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Manning Gorge – El Questro
Our journey today takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready for the spectacular scenery and panoramic views of the Cockburn Ranges, Cambridge Gulf and the twin rivers of the Durack and Pentecost. Camping overnight El Questro.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: El Questro – Kununurra
The morning sees us soaking in the thermal pools of Zebedee Springs, before a walk to stunning Emma Gorge on El Questro Station, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters. We then head to the Kimberley town of Kununurra.
Breakfast, Lunch

Departs Wednesdays (April to November)

24 Day West Aussie – Perth to Darwin

Twenty four days of amazing scenery, abundant wildlife and adventure activities. Definitely one of Western Australia’s best adventure tours with sheep station and country lodge accommodation, as you explore all the coastal highlights between Perth and Broome before heading into Western Australian’s Kimberley. Travel to some of the world’s most spectacular country, visit the dolphins of Monkey Mia, swim in the coral of the Ningaloo reef. Relax on Broome’s world-renowned Cable beach before leaving to explore the Kimberley. Enjoy the facilities of our quality camping as we explore ancient Mountain Ranges, plunging gorges and cascading waterfalls. Experience highlights of the Gibb River Road including Mitchell Falls El Questro and the Bungle Bungles.

Day 1 to 9: As per our nine day NorthWest Adventure
Overnight; Broome

Day 10: Broome
Today is a relaxing day to enjoy the many attractions of Broome and its fascinating pearling history.
Overnight Broome

Day 11; Free day in Broome, Overnight Broome

Day 12; Free day in Broome, Overnigh Broome

Day 13: Broome – Windjana Gorge
Depart Broome at 0700 and head to the Derby Prison for a short visit. We now leave the bitumen behind us as we enter the Gibb River Road, almost instantly we can feel the remoteness. A walk up Windjana Gorge this afternoon is sure to impress. Camping overnight Windjana National Park.
Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Windjana Gorge – Bells Gorge
This morning we’re off to Tunnel Creek, have your bathers and torches ready. This amazing tunnel cuts through the Napier Range and is rich in history, ask your guide. Afternoon sees us off to Bells Gorge. Camping overnight Bells Gorge.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15: Bells Gorge – Mt Barnett Station
Leaving Bells Gorge this morning, we travel through the beautiful scenery of the Kimberley’s highest mountain range, King Leopold Ranges, on our way to Galvans Gorge. This gorge will tempt you to don the bathers. For those feeling like a walk, a visit to Manning Gorge this afternoon is recommended. Camping overnight Mt Barnett Station.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 16: Mt Barnett Station – Kind Edward River
Today we leave the Gibb River Road, and travel to Kalumburu Road to Mitchell Plateau, visiting Drysdale River Station. Our camp will be on the banks of the river, an afternoon dip here, and a chance to explore the area before dinner is a must. Camping overnight King Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 17: Mitchell Plateau and Falls
We make full use of our four wheel drive (4WD) capacity today, to take us to the Mitchell Plateau. Livistonia palms abound in this rugged region. Experience an optional helicopter flight over these falls, you can see most of the remotest country in the world. While swimming and overlooking the cascading falls, take a moment out, realising just where you are on the map. Camping overnight Kind Edward River.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 18: Kind Edward River – Home Valley Station or Ellenbrae
This morning we visit aboriginal paintings in the area, we must now depart our river camp and Mitchell Plateau and travel back down Kalumburu Road to rejoin the Gibb River Road. Tonight we camp at unique Home Valley Station or Ellenbrae.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 19: Ellenbrae/Home Valley Station – Kununurra
Our journey takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready as we wind our way towards El Questro Station. A walk to stunning Emma Gorge, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters. Camping overnight Kununurra.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 20: Kununurra
Free day today, to enjoy the many attractions of Kununurra. Overnight Kimberleyland Caravan Park.
Breakfast

Day 21: Kununurra – Bungle Bungles
An early start as we’re off to the Bungle’s unbelievable beehive formations, and view plunging gorges that will leave you breathless. A visit to Echidna Chasm with its 150 metre sheer rock face. Camping overnight Bungle Bungle National Park.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 22: Bungle Bungle’s
A full day to take in the wonder of “Purnululu”, starting with an optional helicopter flight over this amazing sight is a must. Then lunch in Cathedral Gorge and an afternoon walk to Mini Palms. Camping overnight Bungle Bungle National Park.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 23: Bungle Bungle’s – Victoria River
Sadly we leave Purnululu today and head to Kununurra for a short stop. We then cross the Northern Territory Border to Timber Creek.
Camping overnight Timber Creek.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 24: Timber Creek to Darwin
Today we visit Katherine Gorge and Edith Falls for a relaxing swim, en route or final destination point the city of Darwin when our Kimberley adventure
officially ends.
Breakfast, Lunch

Activites and Experiences at Australian Adventure Travel

  • Aussie Host
  • National Tourism Accreditation Program
  • Farm/Station activity
  • Sightseeing
  • Animal Viewing
  • Marine Animal watching
  • Walking
  • Direct
  • Inbound
  • Retail
  • Wholesale
  • Public Transport
  • Public phone
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
  • Active
  • Adventure
  • Aussie Lifestyle Typical Australian way of living
  • Beach A beach attraction is a beach area that is recognised for its scenic beauty, recreational opportunities, environmental state, and/or fauna population. Recreational vehicles can be driven on a number of beaches around Australia
  • Caravan and Camping
  • Rural/Country
  • Cultural
  • Diving
  • Eco Tourism
  • Environmental
  • Farm/Station On a farm or station with the option to participate in the activities of the property.
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Historic/Heritage
  • Marine A location where visitors can observe dolphins in their natural habitat
  • National Park
  • Nature based
  • Off road
  • Outback
  • Reef
  • Relaxation Leisure
  • Remote
  • Soft Adventure Experiencing some adventure but in comfort and style
  • Underground
  • Water based
  • Wilderness
  • Wildflower
  • Wildlife
  • World Heritage
  • English
  • 18-35’s
  • Backpacking/Unstructured
  • Budget
  • Business/Trade/Corporate
  • Empty Nesters
  • Group
  • Meetings Incentive Conventions
  • Senior
  • Single
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Tourism Council Australia
  • Visitor Information Centre
  • Cheques By Arrangement
  • Bankcard
  • Cash
  • MasterCard
  • Money Order
  • Visa
  • Air-conditioning
  • Commentary
  • Drop off
  • Pickup
  • Four Wheel Drive
  • Coach

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Australia's Best Islands

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