Wild Kimberley

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Schedule Details

Departs from
Camping (with basic facilities), Camping (with facilities)
Group Size
Maximum of 20 travellers per group
All Terrain vehicle
Important Notes
1. The tour commences on Day 1 at 6.30am. Please take this into consideration when booking any flights and accommodation. We recommend you book accommodation in advance for the night prior to the tour commencing. 2. This tour finishes on arrival in Broome on day 9 at around 17:00. Please take this into consideration when booking any flights out of Broome. We recommend you book accommodation in advance to extend your stay here. 3. Please bring a sleeping bag or purchase one from us for $30. Please enquire at time of booking. 4. Please confirm with us that your trip has met minimum numbers before booking non refundable flights and accommodation.


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 shadow of Windjana Gorge

Tour description provided by Intrepid

Go wild in some of Australia's most remote and unspoilt territory, the mighty Kimberley. Embark on an adventure tour down the rough Gibb River Road, taking in hidden caves at Tunnel Creek, waterfalls, palm oases and rock pools. Discover the astounding Bell and Geikie gorges and natural amphitheatres teeming with Australian wildlife, and wander among the iconic Bungle Bungles. Get active on outback hikes, pamper yourself in Zebedee Hot Springs or exchange tall tales with locals over a cold beer on thi adventure through the Kimberley region of Western Australia.


Day 1 Broome/Windjana Gorge
The coastline around Broome is a dazzling mix of colours - turquoise waters, red cliffs and Cable Beach's endless expanse of white sand. A true geological wonder, Windjana Gorge offers stunning natural beauty, freshwater crocodiles and local birdlife beneath towering walls rising 90m.
Day 2 Mt Barnett Cattle Station
Set in a pristine natural landscape, Mt Barnett Cattle Station offers access to the beautiful waterfalls and deep clear pools of Manning Gorge.
Days 3-4 El Questro
Spanning more than one million acres including the fiery-red cliffs of the Cockburn Ranges, El Questro Wilderness Park is one of the world's last unspoilt frontiers.
Day 5 Kununurra/Lake Argyle
With year-round warm weather and a plentiful supply of water, the rugged landscape surrounding Kununurra is lush and fertile. Covering a vast expanse many times the size of Sydney Harbour, Lake Argyle is the heart of the massive irrigation system which transformed this dry region into an agricultural oasis.
Days 6-7 Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle Ranges)
Purnululu National Park is home to the magnificent Bungle Bungles - unique orange and black-striped 'beehive' formations created by rivers over 20 million years.
Day 8 Fitzroy Crossing
Located close to the spectacular Geikie Gorge, the small township of Fitzroy Crossing is surrounded by the fertile floodplains of the Fitzroy River.
Day 9 Geikie Gorge/Broome
Carved by nature between the Geikie and Oscar ranges, Geikie Gorge is an awe-inspiring location with a huge array of wildlife including freshwater crocodiles, birds and fish. A major commercial centre for the coveted South Sea pearls, Broome is a cosmopolitan mix of cafes, shops and beautiful beaches.