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Adventure Tours - 4WD Darwin to Broome Overland (PDB10)
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4WD Darwin to Broome Overland (PDB10)

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The price quoted on the departure date for ''more than a day'' tours covers all days of the tour.

Ten days

Saturdays 2018
April 14, 21, 28
May 5, 12, 19, 26
June 2, 9

Broome (WA), Bungle Bungles (WA), Darwin, El Questro (WA), Kimberley (WA), Kununurra (WA)

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Departure/Pickup Instructions
Select Darwin accommodation from 06:20am. Default pick up: Melaleuca on Mitchell Streetat 06:50am (52 Mitchell St, Darwin)

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Suitable for
ATTENTION: This tour is only for fit and active people, who can hike 5-9kms a day over uneven terrain, often in high temperatures. Temperatures can be extreme i.e. very high during summer days and very cold during winter nights. Adventure Tours reserves the right to assess the fitness capability of passengers prior to tour departure. Tour is not suitable for children. Due to the remote nature of the Kimberley region we use bush camps with limited facilities on some nights.

Day 1 – Darwin to Katherine Region

DEFAULT PICK UP: Adventure Tours Australia Shop, 52 Mitchell St Darwin, 06:50am

Heading down from Darwin, we stop at either Edith Falls for a swim, or explore majestic Katherine (Nitmiluk)Gorge, part of the Nitmiluk National Park, depending on season. After lunch we start our journey to theKatherine region where we will stay overnight. (LD)

Day 2 – Katherine Region to Lake Argyle

Take off for Lake Argyle; an artificial lake created by the Ord River Dam. Admire the beauty and sheer size ofthis 700 square kilometre man made spectacle. The lake is home to many species of native fish andthousands of freshwater crocodiles. Take some time and explore the area before we set up camp for thenight. (BLD)

Day 3 – Lake Argyle to Bungle Bungles

Time for some 4WD action as we wind our way into the Bungle Bungle sandstone massif! The ride in isbumpy, but the scenery is fantastic and you will have the chance to enjoy your first Kimberley sunset as weset up our bush camp. (BLD)

Day 4 – Bungle Bungles

Prepare for a full day of exploration today. The rock formations of the Bungle Bungles are remarkable andwe visit breathtaking Echidna Chasm and magnificent Cathedral Gorge. For passengers that are looking for atruly spectacular experience, there is the opportunity to view the Bungles by helicopter (at your ownexpense), before we return to camp. (BLD)

Day 5 – Bungle Bungles to El Questro

We leave the Bungles and make our way to El Questro Station. Sit back and admire the awesome scenery ofthe Carr Boyd and Durack Ranges as we head to Turkey Creek and onto El Questro to set up camp. (BLD)

Day 6 – El Questro Station

Today we spend the day exploring the amazing sights of El Questro station highlights include a hike in thebeautiful Cockburn Ranges for a swim under the waterfall at Emma Gorge. Tonight we enjoy another night atour El Questro campsite where you might choose to enjoy a well-earned beer at the station bar. (BLD)

Day 7 – Gibb River Road to Manning Gorge

Fording rivers and weaving through gorges, travel by 4WD along the wild Gibb River Road – a 600-kilometre stretch that winds right through the heart of the Kimberley. We’ve got a fair bit of ground to cover today, so there is a fair bit of drive time, but we’ll be breaking the journey up with lunch and at a few stop-offs along the way. Tonight’s camp is at Mt Barnett station located very close to Manning Gorge. (BLD)

Day 8 – Manning Gorge to Windjana Gorge

We spend the morning exploring the stunning Manning Gorge and enjoy a swim in the pools under Manning Falls. Depending on the season, post-lunch we spend the afternoon exploring Adcock or Galvans gorge before making our way to Silent Grove and setting up camp for the night. (BLD)

Day 9 – Bell Gorge

The western Kimberley region is full of endless stunning gorges that have to be explored and this morning is no exception. After breakfast we adventure to Bell Gorge home to a stunning cascade of water flowing from the previous wet season rains that fall in the King Leopold Ranges. The afternoon sees us head to Windjana Gorge, a segment of 375 million-year-old reef that was once underwater. Cut through by the Lennard River, which runs during the wet season then breaks up into little billabongs during the dry, this gorge attracts many species of bird and bat and is a great spot to see wild freshwater crocodiles. (BLD)

Day 10 -

Begin the day exploring the Napier Range. The major attraction here is Tunnel Creek, an extensive limestone cave system that extends 750 m underground. Inside, shards of sunlight stream in through crevices, little bats flutter about and enormous stalactites rear down from the ceiling. In the late 1800s, an indigenous man called Jandamarra waged a one-man uprising against European settlers, becoming a hero to his people. You’ll hear a bit about his legacy during a tour through Tunnel Creek, then make the final drive on to Broome, hopefully arriving in time for a stunning Cable Beach sunset. (BL)

B = Breakfast | L = Lunch | D = Dinner

Experienced tour guide
Bunuba Indigenous Experience
meals as indicated
National Park fees
Accommodation: 5 nights camping, 3 nights bush camping with limited facilities

Sleeping Bag (if applicable-can be purchased for $45).
Optional Activities:
Lake Argyle Boat Cruise
Helicopter Flight at the Bungle Bungles

Fitness Level
This tour is only for fit and active people, who can hike 5-9kms a day over uneven terrain, often in high temperatures. Temperatures can be extreme i.e. very high during summer days and very cold during winter nights. Adventure Tours reserves the right to assess the fitness capability of passengers prior to tour departure.

What To Bring
Sturdy walking shoes (ankle high), hat & sunscreen, towel & toiletries, swimming gear, warm clothing in winter water bottle, torch, insect repellent, camera & film, pillow, sleeping bag (can be purchased for $45).

15kg luggage limit

Child Policies
Minimum age for children, 12 years

Childrens Rate

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