Want to head across State lines, book a Darwin to Broome tour and you’ll see highlights from the Northern Territory and North Western Australia.
Darwin to Broome Tours
The Katherine and Kimberley regions of North West Australia are home to some truly spectacular areas of natural beauty, from rock formations to cascading waterfalls and dramatic gorges. If you’re looking to experience Australia in a unique way and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city then 14-day Darwin to Broome tours with Kimberley Wild Expeditions are for you.
14 Day Darwin To Broome Tours
This group tour takes you on an adventure that will stop by some truly inspiring feats of nature. Departing from the Northern Territory capital, the first stop is the natural springs of Edith Falls, home to numerous rock pools and waterfalls. Guests will then be offered the chance to cool off with a relaxing dip before heading to the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge.
This brilliant trip will travel along the Northern Highway in Western Australia and spends two nights at the strange beehive shaped Bungle Bungles of Purnululu National Park. These remarkable black and orange striped domes are the result of the ebb and flow of the river over millions of years.
A real highlight of this experience is a visit to the Mitchell Plateau, where you can view stunning Bradshaw rock art and have the chance to take to the air in a helicopter (at own expense).
On the way into Broome you will take a journey through Tunnel Creek, an impressive 750m system of caves that have been formed within the Napier mountain range. Your 14-day expedition concludes in Broome, where beautiful South Sea pearls are produced and you can enjoy the soft white sands of Cable Beach.
All passengers travel in a luxury 4WD coach, most meals are included and accommodation options include sleeping under the stars in a safari tent or in the comfort of a cosy cabin. National Park entry fees are included in the cost as are river cruises, guided tours and visits to the springs. Prices start at $3,995pp with upgrades and extras optional.
Read our Northern Territory Travel Guide