You can experience the rugged and wild beauty of Australia’s North West tip by going on an overland journey through Kimberley’s. The region is made up of breathtaking natural beauty, plenty of iconic wildlife, and rich brooding landscapes.
You can explore the narrow rock passages that wind through the Bungle Bungles, discover the Georges swimming holes of El Questro, and spot the crocks on the sunny banking of the Windjana Gorge. You can come face to face with Australia’s immense wilderness and vast horizons through an overland trip from Broome to Darwin.
Broome is a tourist town that has a striking strip of coast line. After a bit of driving on the highway, you will reach Fitzroy River and then can go to Napier range off road. The key attraction is Tunnel Creek which is an extended cave system the runs 750 m underground.
You can head to Windjana Gorge, an underwater reef 350 million years old. The western Kimberly region is filled with stunning gorges that need to be explored. Bell George is home to a number of stunning water flowing cascades. It gets its water from previous wet season rains that fall into the King Leopold Ranges.
You can head to Manning Gorge and enjoy a swim under the Manning Falls. You can spend some time exploring Galvins Gorge or Adcock.
Gibb River Road
The Gibb river road is a 600-kilometer stretch that winds its way through the heart of Kimberly. You will pass through the extraordinary and remote country as you travel through a Historic part of Australia.
El Questro Station
El Questro is the place to be if you want to be to view a stunning waterfall and to have a swim.
Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle Range)
Purnululu National Park is the home ground of the Bungle Bungles which is a UNESCO Heritage site that comprises of huge sandstone karsts.
You can relax in the infinity pool while watching the magnificent Lake of Argyle. It is a large body of water that is forged by the Ord River Dam which is the largest manmade lake in Australia.
You can visit the secluded gorge of Nitmiluk or Katherine Gorge or have a plunge in the cool waters of Edith Falls. Afterward, you can reach your destination of Darwin and bring your trip to an end.