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9 day Darwin to Broome Tour 08 8842 4060 (from within Australia) +61 8 8842 4060 (from outside Australia) 1800 17 16 16 (free call) Cost $2195 Local payment $120 Lake Argyle [email protected] The tour from Darwin to Broome is the ultimate tour of Western Australia and the Top End. Considered one of Australia’s most beautiful nature reserves, if you want an uninterrupted stretch of unspoiled beauty nothing really beats what Western Australia has in store.
Advantages of a Darwin to Broome Tour by bus
For those looking to do justice to all the many treasures that this region has to offer, nothing compares to a conventional road trip. Of course, opting for a bus tour will spare you from the hassle of planning your tour, hiring a vehicle and hunting for a driver. It is important to keep in mind that Darwin to Broome Tour is a bit of a challenge, especially if you are not from around the area. With bus tours, you also get the added advantage of a fixed itinerary, a knowledgeable tour guide and making requisite stops at all the right places.
Darwin to Broome Tour Highlights
Edith Falls located in Katherine Gorge National park which is 2 hours south of Darwin is a major highlight on Darwin to Broome Tour route. This will probably be the first of your many waterfall encounters along the way. Victoria Lake is another picturesque spot commonly visited. This place is ideal for a quick stretch and a snack. If you are keen on embarking on more adventurous activities you can definitely try snorkeling and swimming in the water bodies that you will encounter. Wildlife is also found in abundance along the way and activities like hiking are very rewarding.
Derby to Kununurra
Everywhere you go stop and soak in the spectacular views. Bask in the unparalleled scenery and click as many pictures as you like. If you want to experience the epitome of scenic beauty, take the road from Derby to Kununurra. It may feel challenging in terms of comfort but when it comes to the scenery it really has no parallels.
Broome boasts of a vibrant coastal landscape, fascinating history and diverse culture. The beach resort and the pearling town of Broome in Australia’s Kimberly region is a city full of attractions such as the sunset camel rides on Cable Beach, “Staircase to the Moon”, Crocodile Park and Animal Refuge, Willie Creek Pearl Farm, dinosaur tracks and the Sun Picture Gardens.
The hop on hop off pass is the ideal solution for the independent travellers who want to enjoy as much or as little as they like at every stop. The pass with the 12-month expiry period is valid for travel in either direction and entitles you to unlimited stops along the route. You can also transfer to shuttle buses or tours to enjoy many side trips.
The Journey by Coach Darwin to Broome Tour Broome to Perth Tours
Integrity Coach Lines (Aust) Pty Ltd. is the tour operator of this route. The coach service is operated twice a week . The duration of the journey is 17h 10m. The journey has 14 stops in between Broome and Exmouth as follows;
- Roebuck Plains Roadhouse Caravan Park, Broome Highway
- Sandfire Roadhouse Caravan Park
- Pardoo Roadhouse, Great Northern Highway
- Port Hedland Visitor Centre
- South Hedland
- South Hedland Shopping Cente
- Whim Creek
- Welcome Road, Karratha
- Fortescue Roadhouse
- Pannawonica Turnoff
- Onslow Turnoff
- Nanutarra Roadhouse, North West Coastal Highway
Worthwhile stops at your journey
1. Port Hedland Visitor Centre
Port Hedland Visitor Centre has a wide range of souvenirs for you to purchase. Staffed by old hands of the town, the venue hosts a weekly event called ‘Tales of Hedland’, where stories and experiences of the town are shared by community members who have a wide knowledge of the town and surroundings. This is also the departure point for BHP Industry Tour and the Local Town and History bus tours.
Horse racing has been an annual social event since 1867 at Roebourne. The Nor-West Jockey Club is the second oldest race-club in Western Australia and conducts four race meetings every year in June and July. The Roebourne Racecourse is situated just one km east of the Roebourne township. It boasts of a full bar and catering, TAB, bookmakers, live entertainment and traditional two up after the last race on Cup Day.
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