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9-Day Kimberley Offroad Adventure from Darwin to Broome

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    What to Expect
    This tour takes you on an incredible journey through the Kimberley outback allowing you to experience nature, wildlife and endless adventure, as you make your way along the Gibb River Road. Your guides are experienced leaders in the Kimberley and can share their extensive knowledge with you throughout the trip. Be prepared to bush camp throughout the tour, prepare all your own meals (with your guides help) and sleep under the stars in a swag. All your food and water is provided, apart from breakfast on the first day and dinner on the last. The vibe is relaxed and friendly; the aim is to have you feeling like you’re traveling with a group of mates, and having the time of your life in one of the most beautiful parts of Australia.
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    Itinerary
    Day 1 (L,D)
    Begin you day with a hotel pickup from your Darwin accommodation at 6am, before making your first stop at the remarkable Magnetic and Cathedral termite mounds. Continue on to Edith Falls for a refreshing swim before driving further south. Afterwards, move on to the Victoria River region for the first bush camp.
    Estimated hiking distance: 5-kilometers

    Day 2 (B,L,D)
    Start today with a hike into the Victoria River escarpments to see some of the unique rock paintings and breathtaking scenery in Jubarra National Park. Cross the border into Western Australia and visit Lake Argyle, Australia’s largest man-made lake, where you will have the opportunity to take a cruise (additional AU$30 per person). Make a quick stop in Kununurra before heading towards camp. 
    Estimated hiking distance: 5-kilometers

    Day 3 (B,L,D)
    Today your tour heads through the Durack and Carr Boyd Ranges before embarking on a challenging off-road adventure into the Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles) where you will hike into Echidna Chasm and Mini Palms. Tonight, camp in the Purnululu (Bungle Bungles) National Park in the Kimberley.
    Estimated hiking distance: 5-kilometers

    Day 4 (B,L,D)
    The day starts with a hike through the magnificent Bungle Bungles as you make your way to Cathedral Gorge, Whip Snake Gorge, the Window and Piccaninny Creek Lookout. There will also be the option of a scenic helicopter flight (starting from AU$269 per person,depending on group size - for an 18-minute scenic tour). Continue on to campsite.
    Estimated hiking distance: 8-kilometers

    Day 5 (B,L,D)
    Today your tour takes you to the start of the Gibb River Road as you head into the Cockburn Ranges to Emma Gorge, a pristine swimming hole. Continue onto the famous El Questro station where you will camp for the night. You will be able to quench your thirst at the Swinging Arm Bar and catch up with the Kimberley locals and fellow travelers.
    Estimated hiking distance: 4-kilometers

    Day 6 (B,L,D)
    The first stop today is a series of crystal clear hot springs known as Zebedee Springs before embarking on an adventurous hike up the palm-filled gorge known as El Questro Gorge. At the top you will be rewarded with a swim in the spring-fed waterfall before trekking back to the truck and drive on to bush camp, which will include crossing the well-known Pentacost River.
    Estimated hiking distance: 7-kilometers

    Day 7 (B,L,D)
    Today continue the of road tour on the Gibb River Road making stops at lookouts and rock art sites along route. Hike into Manning Gorge where you will see ancient Bradshaw rock paintings and have the opportunity to spot the Northern Red-Faced turtle that’s found in the area. Enjoy another night bush camping under the stars. 
    Estimated hiking distance: 6-kilometers

    Day 8 (B,L,D)
    Start the morning by taking a swim at either Galvans or Adcock Gorge depending on the seasonal conditions. Then continue on to the remarkable teared waterfall known as Bell Gorge in the King Leopold Conservation Park before heading to camp. 
    Estimated hiking distance: 6-kilometers

    Day 9 (B,L)
    Start the day exploring Windjana Gorge and spotting freshwater crocodiles, which are abundant in the area.  As you wonder into the gorge your guide will tell you stories of Jandamarra and the Bunuba resistance. Afterwards grab your torches and sink into Tunnel Creek, an amazing limestone cave system where bats and freshwater crocodiles hang out. Finish your Kimberley off road tour in Broome in the afternoon but not before a visit to the Derby Boab Prison Tree.
    Estimated hiking distance: 5-kilometers
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    Reviewed 12 July 2019

    Fantastic trip exploring the outback of WA. Great way to see the country side and enjoy the outdoors

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank krism952
    Reviewed 7 July 2019

    Kimberley Off Road Adventures did provide me with an adventure. You need to be prepared to sleep out under the stars and forgo some luxuries but it was well worth it. This is no glamping trip. However, if you want to experience the Kimberley and...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
    Thank Erika G
    Reviewed 26 June 2019

    Looking at the reviews, I agree with all the comments and can only enforce what everyone is saying but won't repeat. I have done a few tours in the past and this one was definately one of the best for the skills and personality of...More

    Date of experience: May 2019
    Thank susanjackson
    Reviewed 25 June 2019 via mobile

    Kimberley Offroad is a fantastic adventure tour and the best way to see the stunning Kimberleys. This tour offers more and you pay less,..cant lose.! Comfortable truck, good group size, good food and Adam is the best guide you could hope for. The walks/ read...More

    Thank rovera
    Reviewed 22 June 2019

    Adam has a laid-back leadership style which knits disparate characters into an effective team. Genial, hardworking, a skilled bushman, driver and cook, his strategy allows his travellers to be in the most beautiful camping spots and scenery before the pampered crowds. Adam shares his love...More

    Date of experience: June 2019
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    Hi Sarah, Yes, the maximum is 16 which is just right as on my tour we bonded well as a team... ages 78–26 thanks to Adam’s low key, relaxed leadership. The transport is comfortable, air conditioned and though we travelled... More
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