9 Day Broome to Darwin Expedition or reverse

//9 Day Broome to Darwin Expedition or reverse

9 Day Broome to Darwin Expedition or reverse


This 9 day expedition includes meals, experienced guide, camping equipment and swag (you can hire a sleeping bag for $20).

If you are looking for the ultimate wilderness adventure and want to enjoy the real Australia, then this is just what you are looking for. Our tours of the Kimberley, Australia may be the most fun you will ever have. Kimberley safaris run from April/ May to October/November each year, the tours are 9 days long and operate between Broome and Darwin, you can travel from Broome to Darwin, or from Darwin to Broome. This is a small group camping trip which gets you off the well worn tourist routes and into the Kimberley wilderness where you can camp, hike, swim and enjoy one of Australia’s true wilderness destinations.

• Bell Gorge • Broome • Bungle Bungles • Darwin • Edith Falls • El Questro Station • Gibb River Road • Katherine • Kimberley • Kunnunurra • Lake Argyle • Manning Gorge • The Gibb River Road • Windjana and Tunnel Creek

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Terms and Conditions



Varying conditions throughout the year means that the Kimberley and its attractions are constantly changing! It is because of this, we do not provide a fixed, day-by-day itinerary. We prefer to provide details of the best possible tour, for the time you want to travel. We do fit in all the major attractions and many others, however the order or time spent in various places may change. Un-seasonal rain and road conditions can also affect the itinerary.

Tour Outline

At 6am we depart Broome in the direction of Darwin (this itinerary is reversed if you depart from Darwin). Get to know your fellow passengers, as we travel east along the Great Northern Highway to Derby and the beginning of the Gibb River Road. We visit Windjana Gorge and explore Tunnel Creek before setting up the first of our bush camps.

The next three days are spent exploring the rivers and gorges of the Gibb River Road. These include a variety of well-known and more seluded Gorges, like Lennard, Bell, Adcock, Galvans, Manning and Barnett River Gorges. We spend our time hiking, exploring, swimming and jumping into nature pools, camping under wide spread stars, in spectacular locations, and viewing ancient Aboriginal Wandjina and Bradshaw rock art.

Once you’ve seen it all on the Gibb River Road, we visit the Pentecost River, Cockburn Ranges and Emma Gorge (El Questro) before heading to Kununurra.

Unlike anything you’ve seen before, we make our way to Turkey Creek and Purnunulu National Park, home of the Bungle Bungles, where we let you explore Echidna Chasm and set up camp. Morning starts with a hike through Cathedral Gorge, the Beehive Domes and Piccaninny Creek, and for those always wanting more, we hit the airstrip for optional helicopter flights over the Bungle Bungles. These run for an optional, extra cost and are highly recommended!

After the Bungle Bungles it’s back into Kununurra and out to Lake Argyle where we spend the afternoon relaxing and swimming off our fantastic cruise boat, before setting up camp on an exclusive island on the lake. This is regularly voted one of the tour highlights. The next morning upon returning from the island, we leave Western Australia, and travel through Timber Creek in the Northern Territory before setting up camp on the Victoria River. On the last day we visit Katherine Hot Springs and have a swim at Edith Falls before travelling north through Adelaide River and arrive in Darwin in the early evening.

Additional information


9 days and 8 nights.


Broome every Sunday at 6 am from the 8th of May till the 9th October


Early evening day 9.


10 passengers only.


Luggage space is limited. We recommend passengers forward all unnecessary gear on to their destination. This is very safe, inexpensive and easy to do, and will save you worrying about your gear along the way. In general we can carry one backpack and a day pack per person. If you have more luggage than this then you will need to forward your luggage on via Greyhound Bus Services at your own cost and prior to the tour departing. Contact details are provided below: Broome Greyhound 4/2 Coghlan Street, Broome WA 6725 Phone: 08 9193 7762 Fax: 08 9193 7782 Hours: Mon – Fri 8.00am – 5.00pm Sat: 8.30am – 11.30am Sun: Closed Darwin Greyhound 35 Winnellie Road, Winnellie NT 0820 Phone: 08 8984 3359 Fax: 08 8947 4194 Hours: Mon – Fri 8.00am – 5.00 pm Sat: 8.00am – 10.00 am Sun: Closed


Advances fitness required. Some walks will be up to 8kms over uneven ground

Dietary requests:

Some special diets can be catered for, please make a request on the booking form eg; Vegetarian.

What to bring:

To maximise your holiday adventure we suggest you bring the following: Reef sandals with ankle straps (crocs or thongs will be fine as well) Torch, Sturdy Shoes (hiking boots or runners) Hat, Water bottle, Swimmers & Towel, Sun Screen, 2 to 3 sets of clothes, Insect repellent, Personal toiletries, Camera, Jumper/Pullover for night-time, a few dollars for souvenirs/luxuries along the way, Travel insurance.

Optional activities:

Helicopter flights over the Bungle Bungles. Payable direct to helicopter company on the day.


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