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Your overland adventure will begin at Darwin, where you will head south and stop at either Edith Falls or explore Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park. The 9-day tour includes camping with facilities, meals as well as Broome sights tour.
Lake Argyle can be described as the highlight of the Broome to Darwin tour. Lake Argyle is a massive freshwater lake filled with wildlife such as wallabies in the rocky shores, freshwater crocodiles and birdlife. You will board a boat where a local guide will show you the lake, there is time to swim before catching the sunset from the water and then camp on one of the remote islands. You can take an optional sunset cruise on Lake Argyle ($40). Then, set up camp nearby for the night.
Purnululu National Park
Purnululu National Park, also known as the Bungle Bungles. Our time in this region is spent hiking and exploring the Gorges and amazing landscapes the area contains. The park was inscribed as a World Heritage area and The majestic “bee hive” dome structures are the most famous image from the area. The day ends with an amazing sunset from a vantage point at camp.
The Bungle Bungles
Explore the remarkable rock formations of the Bungle Bungles. Hike to the red gap of Echidna Chasm and the enormous Cathedral Gorge. You can also experience a helicopter flight over the Bungle Bungles (at your own expense, from $350). You can head back to your overnight bush camp as the sun goes down.
Travel along the legendary Gibb River Road, a 600 kilometre dirt track running through the centre of the Kimberley and spend the afternoon exploring the gorgeous Manning Gorge. You can swim right up and under the falls. This is the ideal opportunity to take some great pictures of local wildlife. In the evening, camp at Mount Barnett by the banks of a clear freshwater river.
Head to Windjana Gorge, a segment of 375 million-year-old reef that has once been underwater. Walks include the Gorge Walk, which begins at the camping area through the gorge for 3.5km, where you will get to explore the marine life forms fossilized within the limestone of the gorge walls. The Savannah Walk along the south-eastern wall showcases the plants and animals of the woodlands.
Tunnel Creek and Broome
Begin the day by exploring the Napier Range. The main attraction here is Tunnel Creek, which is a wide limestone cave system that goes 750 meters underground. Inside You will learn about the legacy during a tour through Tunnel Creek, then make the final drive on to Broom.
Broome Sights Tour
During the Broome sights tour, you can learn about the rich history of the area in the pearling industry. Explore Broome architecture and old Pearling Masters homes then view the aqua waters of Roebuck Bay at Town Beach and learn of Broome’s One Day War. Then head north of the rocks or you can drive down onto Cable Beach to catch the sunset.