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Broome to Kununurra Tour Package with Accommodation
- Airfares to Broome & from Kununurra
- Windjana Gorge
- Tunnel Creek
- Geikie Gorge Cruise
- Bungle Bungle Range
- Lake Argyle Cruise
- Ord River Cruise
- Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
- Ensuited Accommodation
- 9 evening meals, 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches
9 nights motel
Departure Dates – Broome to Kununurra
26 May 2021 - Limited Availability
16 June 2021
23 July 2021 - Waitlist Only
Departure Dates – Kununurra to Broome
4 June 2021
25 June 2021
1 August 2021
Departure from Perth
(PD, Motel) Landing in Broome you are met by our friendly tour staff and luxury Safari Coach. Settle into the Broome motel before a picnic dinner watching the sunset on the beach while getting to know your fellow passengers.
(FB, RD, Motel) A relaxing day touring Broome including China town, the Port, Gantheaume Point finishing up at feeding time at Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park. Note: Croc Park included.
(FB, MD, Ensuited Safari Tent) To the banks of the Fitzroy River which runs 733km from high in the King Leopold Ranges to the mouth in King Sound. We lunch at Willare. Back on the Great Northern Highway we hit the river again at the town of Fitzroy Crossing. Afternoon cruise on the Fitzroy River through Geikie Gorge. Checking into the Fitzroy Crossing Resort. Note: River Cruise included.
(FB, PD, Ensuited Safari Tent) North to the Napier Range and Windjana Gorge for lunch before a wander along the Lennard River with a great number of crocodiles basking on the sandbanks in the sun. Skirting the Oscar Range to Tunnel Creek, we have the opportunity to walk through this 750m, 15m wide and up to 12m high tunnel; one of WA’s most interesting natural features. Enjoy an evening bush BBQ in the beautiful Napier Ranges before returning to Fitzroy Crossing. Note: Park entry included.
(FB, CAD, Ensuited Safari Tent) Through the Mueller Ranges and Mary Pool to Halls Creek, one of the early settlements of the Kimberley, now the northern end of the Tanami Track and Canning Stock Route. We cross the Ord River for the first time and reach the Bungle Bungle Camp at the start of the Spring Creek Track.
(CAB, PL, CAD, Ensuited Safari Tent) Taking the windy track into Purnululu National Park to visit The Bungle Bungle Range with an elevation as high as 578m, the famous sandstone domes are unusual and visually striking with their stripes in alternating orange and grey bands. The banding of the domes is due to differences in clay content and porosity of the sandstone layers. Take the hike into Cathedral Gorge and along Piccaninny Creek. Return to our accommodation, sit around our camp fire absorbing the beauty of the outback. Note: Park entry included.
(CAB, MD, Motel) Optional morning helicopter flight from the camp over the ground we covered yesterday and a large section of Mabel Downs Station. North to Wyndham on the Gulf of Cambridge and the main port between Broome and Darwin. This town has had a boom and bust history dating back to the Halls Creek gold rush. In the afternoon we reach the hub of the East Kimberley, Kununurra. Note: Helicopter not included, approx $350.
(FB, MD, Motel) Out to Lake Argyle for an informative cruise on the lake, with the chance to feed fish, spot freshwater crocs and swim. In the afternoon we lower 98m to the bottom of the dam wall to board another cruise 55km along the Ord River and Lake Kununurra back to our motel. Note: Lake Argyle and Ord River Cruises included.
(FB, PL, MD, Motel) Optional morning flight over Lake Argyle and The Bungles followed by time in and around Kununurra. A truly amazing place; beautiful, fertile, interesting and relaxing. We tour through the irrigated fields and visit the Stonecraft Gallery, Sandalwood Factory and Hoochery Distillery. Note: Hoochery Tour included. Scenic Flight not included, approx $320.
(FB) Returning home having fallen in love with the Kimberley.
This tour is accommodated in cabin and motels but due to the remote regions through which we travel the coach will carry all camping gear on board. In the case of any disruptions (weather, mechanical or other) we may be required to camp.
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