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Broome to Kimberly Tours
Rugged and beautiful Kimberley’s
Enveloped in the rugged beauty of its wilderness, Kimberly stands pristine in the northern region of Western Australia. Wilderness, rugged ranges and gorges, semi-arid Savanna and a largely isolated coastline make Kimberly.
You’ve simply got to experience some of the amazing tours to Kimberly from Broome if you are here for your holiday!
- Broome to Kimberly Tours visit Horizontal Falls Tour
A scenic flight following a short drive from Broome takes you over the serene and tranquil Kimberly. Fly north-east past Cape Leveque to the spectacular thousand islands.
The flight ends at Cockatoo Island and your exciting cruise begins to the Horizontal Falls passing the ore mines of Koolan Island, Yampi Sound and Talbot Bay.
Among the wilderness your experience of moving through the Horizontal Falls, made possible through the expert skills of the crew, is one of the most outstanding! Catch the Broome sunset on your way back through the spectacular bays and estuaries.
Broome to Kimberly Tours enjoy Bungle Bungles Tour
Visit the Old Fitzroy Crossing and Mangkaja Aboriginal Arts Centre before your wild adventure begins!
The cruise proceeds through the stunning Geikie Gorge to enable you to encounter the variety of wildlife, especially the freshwater crocodiles.
Vist Halls Creek and the China Wall
Further into the tour, visit the gold rush town of Halls Creek and see the remarkable China Wall on the way to Purnululu National Park. The Purnululu National Park houses the Bungle Bungles, which is the gigantic natural beehive formation of rock – describe a marvellous piece of geology that was created by rivers over a period of 20 million years.
Set your foot into one of the oldest human habitat in Australia as the tour stretches further to the Mimbi Caves. These caves are a sanctuary of crystal clear pools, rare fossils and ancient rock art.
Seek the adventure of Tunnel Creek, a 750 Kimberley’s cave system used by an Aboriginal freedom fighter in the 1800’s. Then proceed to Windjana Gorge, famous for its freshwater crocodiles, local birdlife and indigenous bush-tucker. The Gibb River Road brings you back to Broome from the idyllic setting of the Napier Ranges.