Broome to Broome – Kimberley Supported Camping | August 2022

15 Days
Category:
  • Stunning,Lake,Argyle,In,Western,Australia
  • View-over-the-Bungle-Bungles-Kimberleys
  • Walk to the Domes, Bungle Bungles
  • Red,Sand,Blue,Water,And,Green,Mangroves,At,Roebuck,Bay
  • The Lennard River carves a stunning canyon through the Napier Range at Windjana Gorge, Kimberley
  • Aerial,View,Of,The,Iconic,Cliffs,And,High,Plateau,Of
  • Red,Sand,Blue,Water,And,Green,Mangroves,At,Roebuck,Bay
  • The-narrow-gorge-of-Echidna-Chasm
  • Manning-River-swim-Mt-Barnett-Station
  • Lake-Argyle
  • Freshwater-crocodile-Ord-River-cruise-from-Lake-Argyle
  • Permanent-campsite- Bungle-Bungle-Station

The Kimberley has become a must-see destination for many Australians. There are many reasons for this including its remoteness, the stunning coastline and natural beauty, indigenous culture, colourful landscapes, and unique flora and fauna.

The Kimberley is a vast region of northern Western Australia measuring around 420,000 square km. The region is composed chiefly of sandstone, with patches of basalt, and is characterised by deep valleys and water catchments. Rainfall is ample in the North-west but limited in the South-east, with averages of around 380 mm annually. The plateau is sparsely populated with just 35,000 people living in the entire region.

The region has a rich cultural history with indigenous Australians, with evidence of tribes having lived there from between 45,000 and 60,000 years ago! There remain more than 100 Aboriginal communities in the region today. The colonial history dates back to the early 1800s but it wasn’t until 1879 that an expedition led by Alexander Forrest, reported the area’s suitability for grazing, which encouraged permanent settlement. Discoveries of gold two years later brought a short-lived gold rush, but herding remained the principal basis of European settlement against a backdrop of conflict with the local indigenous population. Beef cattle are raised in the north and west, and meat is processed at Wyndham and Derby. Major irrigation projects along the Ord and Fitzroy rivers have made possible the growing of sugarcane, rice, and other semitropical crops. Diamonds are now mined at Argyle.

Our assisted camping trip provides the opportunity of a lifetime. Grab your camera, sense of adventure, and join us.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Horizontal Falls Adventure
  2. Camping in spectacular countryside
  3. Dinners around a campfire
  4. Visits to Windjana Gorge and Manning Falls
  5. El Questro Station
  6. The amazing Bungle Bungles
  7. 4WD through Purnululu National Park
  8. Assisted camping format – the work is done for you
DEPARTURE DATE
8 August 2022
DURATION 15 days
TOUR COST $8,980 per person twin share
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT
$300 Additional
INCLUDED
Four, two-night stays whilst camping
Camping at established sites with the best facilities available
Two professional, experienced guides looking after your safety and overall experience
Accommodation in spacious and comfortable full height safari tents
Shared flushing toilets and showers at each location
Meals as listed on the itinerary
Final night at the exclusive Adventure Wild campsite on a working cattle station

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Tour departs with a minimum of 10 clients
  • Tour starts and ends in Broome
  • Flights to and from Broome not included
  • No more than 16 clients on this trip
  • To book and reserve your place on a tour, a deposit of $500 and a completed booking form is required

Next Steps

If you would like to speak to us regarding this tour please call (02) 9906-5770
If you would like to email please send to [email protected]
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