Ride into the iconic Cable Beach sunset on the back of one of Broome's beloved camels.
Soak in hot pools of Zebedee Springs, a natural oasis in the heart of Kimberley.
Enjoy sunset drinks and canapes overlooking the spectacular Bungle Bungle Massif as the colours turn from orange to red.
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Arrive in Broome and enjoy dinner at the Sunset Bar and Grill.
Stay: Three Nights, Broome, Cable Beach Club Resort and SpaDaily :
After breakfast, enjoy a guided sightseeing tour and get an insight into Broome's diverse history. Learn about local Indigenous culture and the Japanese pearl divers who came to Broome in the mid-1880s, during which time it was known as ‘the pearling capital of the world’. Afterwards, visit the Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park. Run by the Douglas family, this crocodile and animal refuge is spread over 30 hectares and features some of the largest crocodiles on display in Australia. The park is also home to an array of colourful birdlife, rare white and black dingoes, kangaroos, wallaroos, wallabies and a cassowary. Later, Return to Cable Beach Club for dinner.Daily :
This morning, visit the award-winning Willie Creek Pearl Farm for a tour. Here you will learn about the process of cultured pearl farming and see first-hand how the most valuable pearls in the world are produced. Enjoy lunch and a beer tasting at the iconic Matso’s Broome Brewery, famous for its delicious Ginger Beer and Mango Beer. Later, embark on a spectacular sunset camel ride on Cable Beach.Daily :
Your day starts with a visit to the fascinating Boab Prison Tree. Believed to be more than 1,500 years old and measuring an incredible 14 metres in diameter, this remarkable tree was once used by early police patrols as a standing point for prisoners as they were walked to Derby. Continue your journey along the iconic Gibb River Road, a remote 660-kilometre outback highway stretching between Broome and Kununurra. Turn off the Gibb River Road to the extraordinary Tunnel Creek, a 750-metre-long natural tunnel carved through the Napier Range. Continue on to Windjana Gorge, where sheer cliffs tower above glistening white sands. Back on the Gibb River Road, travel into the King Leopold Range National Park, which covers more than 900,000 acres and features seven rugged ranges. Later, arrive at your lodge for dinner.
Stay: Two Nights, Bell Gorge Wilderness LodgeDaily :
Back on the Gibb River Road, travel to Bell Gorge, where stunning cliffs surround a series of tiered waterholes. Sitting approximately 300 metres above sea level, Bell Gorge is an idyllic natural spot for swimming and photography. Here you can also enjoy a spot of birdwatching. If you are feeling particularly energetic, you can hike to the lower pool of the gorge and take a relaxing dip below the cascading waterfall.Daily :
Travel through the heart of Kimberley cattle country to discover some of the region’s most secluded gorges. At Galvans Gorge, a short walk leads to a picturesque waterhole where boab trees cling to the escarpment above. Continue to the beautiful Manning Gorge, where you’ll enjoy lunch in the shade of paperbark trees. Look out for the region’s bird life and enjoy a refreshing swim in the pristine water. Later ford the mighty Durack River before arriving at Home Valley Station, an immense cattle property. Discover the spellbinding scenery that captivated audiences in Baz Luhrmann’s movie “Australia”, including the imposing yet strikingly beautiful backdrop of the majestic Cockburn Range. Head to a superb viewing area as you savour this inspirational setting with sunset drinks, as you gaze out to the ever-changing colours of the Cockburn Range as the sun retreats.
Stay: Home Valley StationDaily :
Enjoy a relaxing soak in the thermal pools of Zebedee Springs.
Cross the Pentecost River into El Questro, covering a staggering 700,000 acres. Visit El Questro Station Township.
Stay: El Questro, Emma Gorge ResortDaily :
After a hearty breakfast, continue exploring remarkable El Questro. Enjoy a hike to picturesque Emma Gorge, where you can indulge in a refreshing swim beneath the stunning towering droplet waterfall. Travel to Kununurra, the gateway to the eastern Kimberley and home of the Ord River Scheme, and the majestic Lake Argyle, the largest man-made lake in the Southern Hemisphere. Join a spectacular wildlife cruise on the mighty Ord River. From modern shaded vessels, discover a fascinating ecological system that has developed from the damming of the Ord River at two locations to create an area rich in wildlife, flora and undeniable beauty. Enjoy a mesmerising sunset while cruising on the tranquil Lake Kununurra.
Stay: Kununurra Country Club ResortDaily :
Depart Kununurra and journey to Purnululu National Park, one of Australia’s most stunning natural landscapes. The park is home to the famed black and orange striped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range, ascending to 578 metres above sea level. Standing over a grass-covered plain, steep cliffs form the western face. Created by the constant erosion of river movements over a staggering 20 million years, the range has both geological and Indigenous cultural significance. It is an imposing sight and one that you are sure to remember forever. Join a hike along a Livistona palm-fringed trail into Echidna Chasm, a spectacular natural cleft in the rock. Settle into the tranquil ambience of the Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge, located in the heart of this stunning national park. Enjoy a delicious dinner and share your adventures with your fellow travellers.
Stay: Two Nights, Bungle Bungle Wilderness LodgeDaily :
Enjoy drinks as you take in a sensational sunset over the striking Bungle Bungle massif.
Explore the magic of Purnululu for yourself and discover the depth of the Bungle Bungle Range. Walk along Piccaninny Creek, a winding gorge within the Bungle Bungle domes. Your next stop is the natural amphitheatre of Cathedral Gorge, a spacious cavern where the acoustics are astounding. Marvel at the majestic beehive domes as your guide brings the natural history of the range to life. You may like to experience an optional scenic helicopter flight over the domes (additional expense).Daily :
Head to Halls Creek and admire the unusual China Wall. A natural quartz formation that runs six kilometres along the landscape, the wall is an echo of that for which it was named - the Great Wall of China. Continue on towards Fitzroy Crossing, a small settlement situated on the Fitzroy River.
Stay: Fitzroy Crossing, Fitzroy River LodgeDaily :
Travel to Geikie Gorge National Park and explore magnificent Darngku (Geikie Gorge). Flooding of the river has bleached the walls white over time - an intriguing sight that makes it popular with photographers. Board a unique cruise before returning to Broome. Return to Broome where your tour concludes.Daily :
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