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12 Day Kimberley Discovery Tour

Broome to Darwin

This is the ultimate discovery tour combining the Kimberley and NT, covering many of the major tourist attractions on the way. Highlights include Windjana, Bells and Manning Gorges, Mitchell Plateau, El Questro, Bungle Bungles and Katherine Gorge.

DAY 1: Broome - Windjana Gorge
Depart Broome at 07:00 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. (L.D)

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 Silent Grove.(B.L.D)

DAY 3: Bells Gorge – Manning Gorge
Leaving Bell 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 Gorge - King Edward River
Today we leave Gibb River Road, and travel 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. (B.L.D)

DAY 5: Mitchell Plateau and Falls
We make full use of our 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. (B.L.D)

DAY 6: Kind Edward River – Home Valley Station/El Questro
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 Gibb River Road. Our journey takes us through the majestic Cockburn Ranges, have your cameras ready as we wind our way towards Home Valley. Overnight at Home Valley Station/El Questro. (B.L.D)

DAY 7: Home Valley/El Questro - Kununurra
Our journey continues along the Cockburn Ranges as we make our way to El Questro Station. A walk to stunning Emma Gorge, with a rewarding swim in the crystal clear waters. Camping overnight Kununurra.(B.L.D)

DAY 8: Kununurra
Free day today, to enjoy the many attractions of Kununurra. Overnight Kimberleyland Caravan Park. (B)

DAY 9: Kununurra - Bungle Bungles
An early start as we’re off to the Bungles unbelievable beehive dome formations, and plunging gorges that will leave you breathless. A visit to Echidna Chasm with its 150 metre sheer rock face, along with a walk to Mini Palms for those feeling energetic ( time permitting). Camping overnight Purnululu National Park. (B.L.D)

DAY 10: Kununurra - Bungle Bungles
Today to take in the wonder of “Purnululu”, starting with an optional helicopter flight over this amazing sight is a must. Then lunch in the beehive dome region of the park after a walk to Cathederal Gorge, before the winding journey back to the town of Kununurra. (B.L.D)

DAY 11: Kununurra – Katherine Gorge
A relaxing morning and a visit to Lake Argyle before we cross the Northern Territory Border, onto Katherine for our overnight stay. Camping overnight Katherine Gorge (B.L.D)

DAY 12: Katherine Gorge - Darwin
This morning there is time for an optional cruise in Katherine Gorge, our lunch stop today will be at Edith Falls, en route to our final destination point of the city of Darwin when our Kimberley Adventure officially ends! . (B.L.)

*Please note: Due to adverse road conditions travelling to the Mitchell Plateau is sometimes not possible. Australian Adventure Travel reserves the right to change itineraries accordingly without notification. In the event that the tour cannot travel up to the Mitchell Plateau, a substitute itinerary will be put in place by Australian Adventure Travel.


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