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Top End & Kimberley Spectacular

Explore the Kimberley region on a 12 journey from Darwin to Broome. Visit Kakadu National Park, Lake Argyle and see the remarkable Boab prison tree.

12 Day
From (AUD)
$ 6,645
  • 2018 Darwin > Broome

    Kimberley Dreaming

    Let the spectacular Kimberley share its many stories with you as you journey into the heart of this incredible region.

    Venture into the many delights of the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Visit billabongs, spot crocodiles and immerse yourself in the ancient stories of this land. A dinner cruise on Katherine Gorge is a highlight, as is spending time on the breathtaking Ord River. Journey along the famed Gibb River Road to El Questro Wilderness Park and marvel at the beauty of Chamberlain Gorge. Visit an Aboriginal community, have a yarn with traditional owners and share a cup of tea with an old drover; the people you meet along the way will be just as memorable as the landscapes you encounter. Bid farewell to your new friends in Broome, but not before exploring the tropical waters and pristine beaches of this gorgeous town.

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    12 Days

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  • 12 Day Itinerary

    • Day 1 - Darwin
      Welcome dinner

      Welcome to Darwin. Enjoy a two night stay, beginning with a delicious welcome dinner.

      Meals included: Dinner

    • Day 2 - Darwin

      Choose a cruise on the Adelaide River, home to the ‘jumping crocodiles’ or take a day trip to Litchfield National Park. Alternatively, enjoy a sunset cruise on Darwin Harbour, take the hop-on-hop-off bus around town or do the WWII Bombing of Darwin tour.

      Meals included: Breakfast

    • Day 3 - Darwin > Kakadu National Park
      Yellow Water Billabong Cruise

      Travel to the amazing World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park and marvel at ancient Aboriginal rock art at Nourlangie Rock. Visit Bowali Visitors Centre for a greater understanding about the area before cruising on Yellow Water Billabong, spotting crocodiles and bird life. Your hotel tonight is the Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel, built in the shape of an actual crocodile.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 4 - Kakadu National Park > Katherine
      Enrich - Katherine Gorge Dinner Cruise

      Optional flight - Take an optional flight over Kakadu National Park for a bird’s eye view of the wetlands and rocky terrain. (Additional expense.)

      Heading south you stop at Pine Creek named after the many pine trees that Overland Telegraph workers found during construction of this incredible telegraph line, which connected Australia to the rest of the world in 1872. Visit Nitmiluk National Park, home to the breathtaking Katherine Gorge. Tonight enjoy a Special Stay, nestled in natural bush.


      Be transported into the spiritual world of the Jawoyn people and explore their culture and history as you cruise through spectacular Katherine Gorge. Enjoy the stories with the magnificent backdrop of towering cliff faces that change colour as the sun sets.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 5 - Katherine > Kununurra
      Ord River Cruise

      Journey to Western Australia and let the vast expanse of the Kimberley slowly reveal itself. Visit Lake Argyle, the largest lake in the Southern Hemisphere, and take a breathtaking cruise on the Ord River. Marvel at the vast variety of bird life, immense gorge walls and river scenery before arriving at your hotel in Kununurra for an overnight stay.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 6 - Kununurra > El Questro
      Gibb River Road

      Optional flight - An optional flight over the Bungle Bungles gives you a chance to see the orange and black stripes of these massive sandstone structures. (Additional expense.)


      Your local guide this morning will take you on a tour of the farming region around Kununurra. Hear stories about how this town has become the ‘fruit bowl’ of Australia and learn about the region’s famous fragrant timber, the sandalwood tree.

      Travel along the famous Gibb River Road to the acclaimed El Questro Wilderness Park. Set in the untamed Kimberley landscape, El Questro began life as a working cattle station. Your two night Special Stay is in deluxe tented cabins.

      Optional homestead stay - Opportunity to upgrade your stay to the deluxe El Questro Homestead, an exclusive retreat perched atop the magnificent Chamberlain gorge. This will substitute accommodation and touring activities. (Additional expense, must be booked before departure.)

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 7 - El Questro

      Choose between a cruise through Chamberlain Gorge or an outback experience learning about traditional medicines, hunting techniques and the use of fire on a culture and history tour of El Questro. Alternatively, relax with a picnic hamper and enjoy the ambience of this amazing place or join a park ranger on a bird tour.


      Relax over evening drinks at the airstrip while capturing stunning views of the sunset at Emma Gorge.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 8 - El Questro > Halls Creek
      Argyle Diamond Mine

      Visit the world’s largest single producer of diamonds on your tour of the Argyle Diamond Mine. Learn about the open cut mine and the original Indigenous inhabitants. Tonight, stay at Halls Creek, on the northern edge of the Great Sandy Desert.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    • Day 9 - Halls Creek > Fitzroy Crossing
      Enrich - Yiyili Aboriginal School

      Visit the Yiyili Aboriginal Community School for a chance to meet the principal, hear about the school and see the local artwork.

      Visit China Wall, a natural white stone wall that looks like the Great Wall of China but in Western Australia. Cruise the Fitzroy River through the exquisite Geikie Gorge. You may even spot local wildlife including sawfish, stingrays and freshwater crocodiles. Our overnight stay is at Fitzroy Crossing.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 10 - Fitzroy Crossing > Broome
      Enrich - Boab prison tree

      Have a yarn with a traditional land owner whose grandfather was both a prisoner and prison warden at the remarkable Boab prison tree. View the tree and visit one of the oldest ‘supermarkets’ and ‘chemists’ in the world replete with no walls or cash registers. Enjoy a cup of tea with an old drover where you can sit and reminisce about the Kimberley cattle industry of old.

      Optional flight - Take an optional scenic flight over the azure waters and islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago including Horizontal Falls. (Additional expense.)

      Arrive at the jewel of the Kimberley, the town of Broome for a two night stay. It’s the perfect place to relax with its long stretches of white sand beaches and warm tropical waters. With a rich history in pearling and a strong multicultural foundation, you’ll fall in love with this unique town.


      Dine at Zanders or Kichi Kichi Malaysian, both at Cable Beach, or at the Bali Hai Café.

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 11 - Broome

      Discover the rare and beautiful Australian South Sea Pearl on a tour of Willie Creek Pearl Farm or enjoy a colourful and informative tour taking in the city sights on a Harley-Davidson Trike. Alternatively, soak up the views from the top of a camel at sunset along the famous Cable Beach or enjoy an open top town tour.

      Finish the day with a farewell dinner with new friends.

      Optional flight - An opportunity to fly in a seaplane and experience the Horizontal Falls on an exhilarating ride. (Additional expense, replaces Freechoice.)

      Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

    • Day 12 - Broome

      It’s time to leave the wonders of the Kimberley and head home.

      Meals included: Breakfast

  • Tour inclusions

    Scenic highlights
    • 4 exclusive Enrich experiences
    • Your choice of 16 Freechoice activities and dining
    • 2 memorable Special Stays
    • 1 Sundowners event
    • 22 meals – 11 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 10 dinners