SGKIMB24
SGKIMB24
SGKIMB24
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Wonders of the Kimberley Hosted Group Tour

13 days / 12 nights departing 1 August 2024

From

$9,299 pp

Pay just $600 pp to book! 

Embark on a captivating journey through the north of Australia from Broome to Darwin. Explore Broome’s paleontological wonders, and cultural gems in Fitzroy Crossing, and traverse the iconic Gibb River Road to El Questro Wilderness Park. Discover Kununurra and Katherine as your adventure navigates you into the historic city of Darwin on an unforgettable journey.

Inclusions

  • Experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide.
  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage Site – Purnululu National Park.
  • 3 night stay in Broome at the Cable Beach Club Resort.
  • 1 night stay in Fitzroy Crossing at the Fitzroy River Lodge.
  • 1 night stay in Halls Creek at the Kimberley Hotel.
  • 2 night stay in Emma Gorge at the Emma Gorge Resort in a tented cabin with private facilities.
  • 2 night stay in Kununurra at the Cambridge Kununurra.
  • 1 night stay in Katherine at the Contour Hotel Katherine.
  • 2 night stay in Darwin at the Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront.
  • 12 breakfasts, 2 lunches & 8 dinners with wine.

Why book with us:

  • Experts Guides.
  • 100’s of 5 star reviews.
  • Premium quality accommodation, touring & attractions.
  • Ideal for couples & solo travellers.
  • Australian staff & support centre.
  • No wait times.
  • No hidden costs.
Wonders of the Kimberley Hosted Group Tour

Highlights

  • A luxurious stay at Cable Beach Club Resort in Broome.
  • Serene experience at El Questro Wilderness Park, including a Chamberlain Gorge cruise amongst 65-metre escarpments.
  • Taste the flavours of Kununurra’s Hoochery Distillery.
  • Experience the awe of drifting between towering walls on the Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge cruise.
  • Relax in peak dry season weather.

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Above pricing is based on the arrangements listed under package inclusions only. Itinerary is subject to availability and subject to change or substitution. Images courtesy of Tourism WA & Unsplash.