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Kimberley Tours in September

Kimberley Tours in September

Posted on 18 June, 2019 in Camping, Tours, Kimberley

Each year between May and September we take a range of tours throughout the mighty Kimberley region of Western Australia. These Kimberley tours either depart from Darwin or Broome and due to the small group sizes (maximum of 6 guests) they tend to book out fairly quickly. This year we still have 2 tours with availability and both are departing in September, including...

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Kimberley Tours from Darwin, Kununurra and Broome in 2019

Kimberley Tours from Darwin, Kununurra and Broome in 2019

Posted on 27 February, 2019 in Kimberley, Tours, Hiking, Camping

In 2019 we are offering a range of private and small-group tours into the magnificent Kimberley region ranging from 6 to 10 days in duration. Most of our Kimberley tours are camping expeditions but we also offer an accommodated option as well as a very high-end luxury trip.

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​7 Day Kimberley Tour from Kununurra to Darwin

​7 Day Kimberley Tour from Kununurra to Darwin

Posted on 04 December, 2018 in Kimberley, Tours

The Kimberley region of Western Australia is one of the world’s largest yet most uninhabited wilderness areas. It's an amazing place to tour, from it's rugged sandstone plateaus to it's picturesque waterfalls and hot-springs, there is something for everyone...

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A 10 Day Kimberley Tour from Darwin

A 10 Day Kimberley Tour from Darwin

Posted on 21 August, 2018 in Kimberley, Tours

The Kimberley is a rugged and spectacular region of northern Western Australia and one of our favourite places to tour. It's a massive, remote area home to towering escarpments, epic gorges, secluded waterfalls, hot springs, abundant wildlife and much, much more. This year we've added an extra day to the itinerary, creating a ​10 day Kimberley tour which now includes...

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​The Kimberley’s Beautiful Bungle Bungles

​The Kimberley’s Beautiful Bungle Bungles

Posted on 21 July, 2018 in Kimberley

When you think of Western Australia’s Kimberley region, you picture towering escarpments, secluded waterfalls and swimming holes, and red-dirt highways leading straight to the beating red heart of the Australian outback. But the jewel in the Kimberley’s crown is the mesmerising World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park, home of the Bungle Bungle Range, which erupts from the scorched desert plains around 300 kilometres from Kununurra...

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