Wonders of the West Coast & Kimberley

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Whether diving into Karijini’s gorges or marvelling at the immensity of the Bungle Bungles, experience the wild West Coast of Australia on this 21 day Perth to Darwin tour. In between are dolphins (Monkey Mia) and whale sharks (Ningaloo), with plenty of tastes of the state en route, from Perth’s hip restaurants to Kununurra’s Hoochery Distillery. Please note: On some departure dates, the itinerary varies. Alternative accommodation and details of itinerary can be confirmed at the time of booking.

Tour Highlights

  • Darwin City Tour – Darwin Museum, East Point
  • Katherine Gorge Cruise Katherine
  • Outback Experience
  • Darwin City Sites
  • Adelaide War Cemetery
  • Nitmiluk National Park
  • Katherine Outback Experience
  • Katherine Gorge Cruise
  • Durak Homestead
  • Ord River Cruise Café
  • Sandalwood BMG Dinner
  • Hoochery Distillery
  • Emma Gorge – Hike& Swim (Strong Fitness Required)
  • El Questro Wilderness Park
  • El Questro Station
  • Indigenous Guided Argyle Diamond Mine Tour
  • Chamberlain Gorge Cruise
  • Kimberley Aboriginal Art Gallery Experience
  • Geiki Gorge Cruise
  • Cable Beach Sunset Drinks
  • Gantheaume Point Broome – Dinosaur Footprints
  • Karijini National Park – Falls, gorges and swimming
  • Coral Bay Glass Bottom Boat Cruise – Ningaloo Reef
  • Space & Technology Museum Carnarvon
  • Hamlin Pool Stromatolites
  • Shell Beach
  • Monkey Mia Dolphins
  • Kalbarri National Park
  • HMAS Sydney Memorial Geraldton
  • Pinnacles at Nambung National Park
  • Yachep National Park – Aboriginal experience

Tour Itinerary

(B) Breakfast (L) Lunch (D) Dinner (SD) Specialty Dinner
Tour Code: WPBD

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Welcome to Perth (D)
Day 1
Welcome to Perth (D)
The Western Australian capital is colourful in more ways than one. There are alleys lined with eye-popping street art and installations, an homage to the state’s creatives. And wildflowers and natives blanketing 400-hectare Kings Park and Botanic Garden, set on a pretty bend of the Swan River. At the middle of it all is the Anzac Memorial, a spot as humbling as it is serene. Discover the sights on a tour, then head to dinner to meet your fellow adventurers. They’ll be best mates in no time.
Crowne Plaza, Perth
Centrally located in Perth, within a 10-minute walk of Queens Gardens and Perth Mint. This hotel has 189 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and minibars.
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Perth – Geraldton (B)
Day 2
Perth – Geraldton (B)
Talk about starting on a high. First stop is Yanchep National Park, where your Aboriginal guide decodes native plants and tells Dreamtime stories of how the land was created. Prepare to get hands-on, tasting bush tucker and even playing the didgeridoo. Well, trying to play it… Just as scene-stealing and spiritual are Nambung National Park’s Pinnacles, a staggering collection of natural limestone structures, jutting into the sky – up to 3.5 metres high. Some 30,000 years ago, the sea receded and left deposits of shells. Over time, coastal winds removed the sand, leaving behind this surreal moonscape. Arriving in Geraldton, pay homage to the 645 Australian sailors who were lost off the WA coast during WWII at the HMAS Sydney Memorial. Then discover the rest of the seaside town at your own pace, cycling to the red-and-white striped lighthouse, wandering the foreshore or visiting the cathedral.
Mantra, Geraldton
Mantra Geraldton hotel is located right on the Batavia Coast Marina, Champion Bay.  The apartments are close to the region's best attractions like the Western Australian Museum, Geraldton CBD and the HMAS Sydney Memorial. 
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Geraldton – Monkey Mia (B, D)
Day 3
Geraldton – Monkey Mia (B, D)
Prepare yourself for the ‘living fossils’ at Hamelin Pool, home to the most abundant colony of stromatolites in the world. These astounding creatures show us what life was like 3,500-million years ago, when there was no other complex life on Earth. You’re officially in the state’s World Heritage listed Shark Bay, the largest of its kind in Australia with more than 1,000 kilometers of beaches. Not all of them sandy – welcome to Shell Beach. Here, the snow-white colour comes from billions of tiny coquina bivalve shells, up to 10 metres deep and stretching for 70 kilometers. And just when you thought the outlook couldn’t get any better, you arrive at Monkey Mia.
Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort, Monkey Mia
Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort is situated midway up the West Australian coastline within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, home to one of the world’s best-known dolphin encounters.
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Monkey Mia Free Time (B)
Day 4
Monkey Mia Free Time (B)
If you didn’t fall in love with the gin-clear waters, powdery sand and rusty-red dunes of Monkey Mia last night, you certainly will today. Meet the wild resident dolphins that turn up to the shore every morning to interact with humans. They arrive in a pod, and splash about in the shallows, before dancing off to catch a few waves. When it’s time to tear yourself away, the afternoon is yours, at leisure. Sign up to see yet more dolphins on a sunset cruise, perhaps? Or enjoy a bird’s-eye perspective of Shark Bay on a scenic flight.
Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort, Monkey Mia
Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort is situated midway up the West Australian coastline within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, home to one of the world’s best-known dolphin encounters.
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Monkey Mia – Carnarvon (B, D)
Day 5
Monkey Mia – Carnarvon (B, D)
From this thriving marine ecosystem to overhead attractions, your next stop is the Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum. Did you know it played a role in the 1969 moon landing, and was instrumental in the space race? These are among the gallery’s claims to fame, as you’ll discover touring the collection. Your visit here, with passionate guides, is interactive and educational, so prepare to channel your inner Neil Armstrong and try on space suits before climbing aboard a supercraft simulator.
Best Western, Carnarvon
Ideally located in the centre of Carnarvon, this motel is located just minutes from the tranquil waters of the Facine. The Facine is often visited by turtles, dolphins and the occasional dugong.
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Carnarvon – Exmouth (B, D)
Day 6
Carnarvon – Exmouth (B, D)
Don’t want to get your hair wet? You’re in luck. Today’s cruise in a glass-bottomed boat allows you to glimpse the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Coast, and its extraordinary marine life, in comfort. Gliding around Coral Bay, your guide will point out colourful corals, turtles and playful fish – more than 500 species call this protected patch of ocean home. This pocket of the state is also blessed with Cape Range National Park, where immense gorges and waterfalls characterize the countryside. But your focus here should be firmly on the ocean, whether you’re swimming in it or cruising above it, or gazing over it from Vlamingh Head Lighthouse.
Mantarays Ningaloo Reef Resort, Exmouth
Mantarays Ningaloo, is the only resort on Sunrise Beach, which is the gateway to the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park.
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Exmouth Free Time (B, D)
Day 7
Exmouth Free Time (B, D)
Depending on the time of year, Ningaloo Reef is home to both whale sharks and humpback whales. Thanks to the region’s ethically minded operators, you can now opt to snorkel with both. There’s nothing quite as humbling as spotting these enormous creatures in the wild. But if you prefer to stay dry, there are still ways to take in the coastline. Book an optional sunset cruise and you may well see a humpback breaching and blowing, dolphins in your wake. The decision is all yours today. We wouldn’t blame you for simply strolling along the sand…
Mantarays Ningaloo Reef Resort, Exmouth
Mantarays Ningaloo, is the only resort on Sunrise Beach, which is the gateway to the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and the Cape Range National Park.
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Exmouth – Karijini National Park (B, D)
Day 8
Exmouth – Karijini National Park (B, D)
There are a few (hundred) kilometers of Pilbara to cover between Exmouth on the coast and inland Karijini National Park. A frontier like no other, Karijini is a place where gorges seem to cleave off the edge of the Earth, waterfalls tumble from escarpments and remote turquoise rock pools shimmer like precious gems. The wilderness is wilder, the colours brighter, the air clearer. If you didn’t know any better, you’d think someone had taken the glasses off your nose and cleaned them for the first time. Even darkness doesn’t temper the natural drama. You’re miles from the nearest town, and in the absence of light pollution you can look forward to dazzling stargazing, even from bed in your safari-tent.
Karijini Eco Retreat, Karijini
Karijini Eco Retreat is one of Australia’s leading eco-tourism attractions. Situated 1,500km north of Perth in WA’s second largest national park, the retreat offers safari-style eco tents, cabins and campsites nestled amongst native bushland at the edge of Joffre Gorge.
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Karijini National Park (B, D)
Day 9
Karijini National Park (B, D)
Bring your stamina and your camera – today’s Karijini tour weaves deep into the national park. It took billions of years to create the geological wonders you see: the red layered cliffs, the quiet gorges, the soaring gum trees and distinctive termite mounds. It covers a staggering 630,000 hectares just north of the Tropic of Capricorn in the Hamersley Range, making it WA’s second-largest national park. Its location also makes it steamy – if you packed your swimsuit, cooling off under waterfalls and drifting about in waterholes comes highly recommended.
Karijini Eco Retreat, Karijini
Karijini Eco Retreat is one of Australia’s leading eco-tourism attractions. Situated 1,500km north of Perth in WA’s second largest national park, the retreat offers safari-style eco tents, cabins and campsites nestled amongst native bushland at the edge of Joffre Gorge.
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Karijini National Park - Port Hedland (B, D)
Day 10
Karijini National Park - Port Hedland (B, D)
The eye-opening colours of the Pilbara region are your backdrop today – rich red earth streaked with mineral deposits. It’s sparsely populated, but you will find people in the major hub of Port Hedland. There are plenty of local characters to meet over dinner at your hotel, which gets busy when musicians begin to play. Before you leave, head to a lookout to spot migrating humpback whales and snubfin dolphins cruising along the coast, season pending.
The Esplanade Hotel, Port Headland
The Esplanade Hotel in Port Hedland offers a range of family friendly and premium dining choices, the sophistication of a lounge bar or the relaxed atmosphere and ambience of a terraced deck amongst an outdoor setting perfect to take in the Pilbara’s balmy evenings. 
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Port Hedland – Broome (B, D)
Day 11
Port Hedland – Broome (B, D)
The reason Broome was born is because of pearls – the waters here grow some of the best oysters in the world, as you’ll discover on a city tour. The ‘pearl rush’ saw fortune-seekers from around the world descend. And many never left, making Broome one of the most multicultural destinations in Australia. Today, the city is just as well known for its sizzling Indian Ocean sunsets, best enjoyed from a vantage on, or near, Cable Beach. This stretch of sand is long. So long that it can accommodated 4WDs, camels and foot-traffic. Perch here, or head to a waterside café. Order a drink, and settle in.
Cable Beach Resort and Spa, Broome
This Resort is styled to reflect the Asian and colonial influences of Broome, and the diverse choice of accommodation is complemented by acres of lush tropical gardens.
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Broome Free Time (B)
Day 12
Broome Free Time (B)
Today is yours to explore. There are many reasons to linger in town, browsing pearl boutiques, tackling some of Cable Beach’s 22 kilometers, exploring colourful Chinatown. For a different perspective, head to the skies on a scenic flight. Or do both.
Cable Beach Resort and Spa, Broome
This Resort is styled to reflect the Asian and colonial influences of Broome, and the diverse choice of accommodation is complemented by acres of lush tropical gardens.
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Broome – Fitzroy Crossing (B, L, D)
Day 13
Broome – Fitzroy Crossing (B, L, D)
Things are bigger in Broome, including the footprints. Some 125 million years ago dinosaurs left their mark along the coast. Glimpse their stomping ground before venturing toward Fitzroy Crossing, a remote town and the gateway to Danggu (Geikie) Gorge. This remarkable part of the Kimberley was formed by the Fitzroy River carving the Napier Range. This all happened in Devonian times, some 350 million years ago. It’s a fertile home to everything from freshwater crocs to fruit bats and wallabies, which will gaze at you from the top of the 30-metre-high cliffs that surround. That’s not the only reason to look up – keep watch for white-bellied sea eagles and rare, purple-crowned fairy wrens. It’s a fertile home for creatures big and small, from freshwater crocs to fruit bats.
Fitzroy River Lodge, Fitzroy Crossing
Fitzroy River Lodge is located in the heart of the Kimberley, situated on the banks of the Fitzroy River.
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Fitzroy Crossing – Halls Creek (B, L, D)
Day 14
Fitzroy Crossing – Halls Creek (B, L, D)
Dive deep into First Nations culture on a visit to an art gallery, a community venue supporting Aboriginal creatives in the Fitzroy Crossing region. Your destination for the night is Halls Creek: small in population, but big in personality. Like your last port, Aboriginal Songlines are strong. These communities have lived on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert for millennia. European influence is more recent, thanks to a brief gold rush which revealed the potential of the land for cattle stations.
Kimberley Hotel, Halls Creek
Set amongst maintained gardens, with wide verandahs and pathways that connect the accommodation building to the reception complex, the Kimberley Hotel is an oasis in an otherwise rugged outback landscape.
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Halls Creek – Emma Gorge (B, L, D)
Day 15
Halls Creek – Emma Gorge (B, L, D)
When the Argyle Diamond Mine was in operation, it produced more than 95% of the world’s pink diamonds. Oh, the carats that have come out of here! It stopped mining these rare (and dazzling) gems at the end of 2020, but you can still visit the immense site with an Aboriginal guide. Which means you not only go behind the scenes of operations, but also learn about the significance of the land – the traditional Barramundi Dreaming site – to Aboriginal communities. From here you’re on the epic Gibb River Road, a wild adventure that traverses 660 kilometers across the Kimberley. You’re getting a taster en route to El Questro Wilderness Park, backdropped by the rusty red Cockburn Ranges. Hidden among the pandanus and palms are a string of slick safari-style tents. Which means you can gaze at the stars while you drift off to a chorus of frogs and cicadas.
Emma Gorge Resort, El Questro
Sleep under canvas with the soothing sounds of the local wildlife surrounding you in the picturesque landscape of the rocky, red Cockburn Ranges at Emma Gorge.
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El Questro Wilderness Park (B, D)
Day 16
El Questro Wilderness Park (B, D)
No alarm-clock necessary: nature wakes you here. The Kimberley’s sounds follow you across the mighty Pentecost River to Chamberlain Gorge, a dreamy fresh waterhole where wallabies and crocs play (not with each other). Your boat is dwarfed by the gorge’s soaring 60-metre escarpments, a brilliant shade of orange in the morning sun. Days in this part of WA can heat up. This afternoon’s remedy? A splash in the resort’s pool, perhaps, or a dip in a waterhole within Emma Gorge. The latter is a challenge to reach – you will work up a sweat hiking there. But diving in at the end is worth the effort. Be sure to be back on your patio in time for sundowners.
Emma Gorge Resort, El Questro
Sleep under canvas with the soothing sounds of the local wildlife surrounding you in the picturesque landscape of the rocky, red Cockburn Ranges at Emma Gorge.
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Emma Gorge – Kununurra (B)
Day 17
Emma Gorge – Kununurra (B)
Kununurra appears to have been dropped in the middle of nowhere, born through the Ord River Irrigation Scheme. It now waters crops like sugarcane, turned into lip-smacking rum at family-owned Hoochery Distillery. Go behind the scenes with the owners; there’s time for a tasting, or sit down to a slice of delicious rum cake – your morning tea sorted. See what life was like in the region for early pioneers at the Durack Homestead Museum, which was meticulously moved and recreated before the land it formerly sat on was flooded as part of the Irrigation Scheme. The same project not only helped water the countryside but created Lake Argyle. A sunset cruise here, surrounded by tens of thousands of freshwater crocs and an embarrassment of birds, is something you won’t forget in a hurry.
Kununurra Country Club, Kununurra
Kununurra Country Club Resort is a central sanctuary from which to access Western Australia’s extraordinary East Kimberley.
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Kununurra (B, D)
Day 18
Kununurra (B, D)
Today is one of decisions: An optional early-morning flight over (or 4WD tour of) the beehive rock formations of the Bungle Bungles in World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park? Or a wander with your Travel Director through Mirima National Park, known as the ‘mini-Bungles’ for its resemblance to its more well-known neighbour. Both experiences reveal the mind-boggling geology of this part of the world. Regardless, sunset should be enjoyed atop Kelly’s Knob. Follow the lead of locals, who hang out here on a nightly basis – because there’s no such thing as a ‘bad’ sunset.
Kununurra Country Club, Kununurra
Kununurra Country Club Resort is a central sanctuary from which to access Western Australia’s extraordinary East Kimberley.
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Kununurra – Katherine (B, D)
Day 19
Kununurra – Katherine (B, D)
Say goodbye to WA and hello to the NT, your introduction to the state the vast pastoral lands that characterise the outback here. Locals come with plenty of country swagger, as you’ll discover when you meet the horseman and award-winning musician Tom Curtain for an afternoon of knee-slappin’ fun on a working station. Tom’s quite the entertainer, and regales visitors with songs and stories during his Katherine Outback Experience. It’s not a show or a tour, but an immersive adventure. One that is real, raw, and side-splitting at times.
Paraway Motel, Katherine
Paraway Motel offers a family-friendly setting with a good range of amenities, in Katherine.
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Katherine – Darwin (B, D)
Day 20
Katherine – Darwin (B, D)
Nature takes over at Nitmiluk National Park on Jawoyn land. The history and culture of the Traditional Landowners comes into full focus as you set off on a cruise through dramatic Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge. Remarkably, this is one of 13 gorges carved through the national park, and at every bend in the river, the sun casts its soaring sandstone cliffs a different colour. Your northern sojourn begins with yet more insights into the region’s historic events – the huge impact WWII had here is remembered in a war cemetery on the banks of the Adelaide River. It’s a sombre affair. More reminders of WWII await in sultry Darwin, where a city tour showcases architectural style as well as the events that have shaped it over the years.
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront
Located close to the Darwin CBD and featuring 121 well-appointed guest rooms and positioned amongst the entertainment and dining hub of Darwin’s seafront promenade.
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Farewell from Darwin (B)
Day 21
Farewell from Darwin (B)
It’s hard to believe this epic adventure has come to an end. Three weeks of incredible memories to take home with you.

Inclusions

INCLUSIONS

Attractions Included

  • Darwin City Tour – Darwin Museum, East Point
  • Katherine Gorge Cruise Katherine
  • Outback Experience
  • Darwin City Sites
  • Adelaide War Cemetery
  • Nitmiluk National Park
  • Katherine Outback Experience
  • Katherine Gorge Cruise
  • Durak Homestead
  • Ord River Cruise Café
  • Sandalwood BMG Dinner
  • Hoochery Distillery
  • Emma Gorge – Hike& Swim (Strong Fitness Required)
  • El Questro Wilderness Park
  • El Questro Station
  • Indigenous Guided Argyle Diamond Mine Tour
  • Chamberlain Gorge Cruise
  • Kimberley Aboriginal Art Gallery Experience
  • Geiki Gorge Cruise
  • Cable Beach Sunset Drinks
  • Gantheaume Point Broome – Dinosaur Footprints
  • Karijini National Park – Falls, gorges and swimming
  • Coral Bay Glass Bottom Boat Cruise – Ningaloo Reef
  • Space & Technology Museum Carnarvon
  • Hamlin Pool Stromatolites
  • Shell Beach
  • Monkey Mia Dolphins
  • Kalbarri National Park
  • HMAS Sydney Memorial Geraldton
  • Pinnacles at Nambung National Park
  • Yachep National Park – Aboriginal experience

Coach Features

  • 48 Seat coach
  • Restroom
  • Air conditioned

Experiences Included

  • Specialist team of two highly experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
  • Local specialists (guides)
  • Centrally located premium 4-star hotels

Meals Included

  • 19 Full Breakfasts
  • 3 Lunches
  • 15 Dinners
  • 1 Farewell Dinner
  • 1 Be My Guest Dinner

Fitness Requirements

  • Emma Gorge Hike – High level of fitness required
    This hike is considered ‘difficult’ and only guests with a high level of fitness will be able to complete this hike. There are sections of the track that you will need to be able to climb up cliff faces, cross rugged creek beds and scramble over rocks on all fours.

Visited Locations

  • Perth
    Perth is an urban oasis among the vast nature of Western Australia where soft-sand beaches and scenic parks meet a thriving metropolis of small bars, creative restaurants and curated street art.
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  • Geraldton
    Geraldton is a coastal city in the Mid West region of Western Australia with naturally blessed surrounds, which includes beautiful beaches.
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  • Monkey Mia
    At Monkey Mia (850 kilometres or 530 miles north of Perth), wild dolphins have been dropping by for generations, garnering international fame, this is a World Heritage-listed for its natural assets, this is a wild, arid landscape of massive skies and stiff ocean breezes.
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  • Carnarvon
    Carnarvon is a coastal town situated approximately 900 kilometres north of Perth, in Western Australia. It lies at the mouth of the Gascoyne River on the Indian Ocean.
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  • Exmouth
    Exmouth is a small resort town on Western Australia’s North West Cape. It’s a gateway to nearby Ningaloo Marine Park with its coral reefs, colourful fish and migratory whale sharks.
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  • Pilbara
    The Pilbara is a large, dry, thinly populated region in the north of Western Australia. It is known for its Aboriginal peoples; its ancient landscapes; the red earth; and its vast mineral deposits, in particular iron ore.
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  • Karijini National Park
    Karijini National Park one of Australia’s most dramatic and spectacular destinations where gorges of ancient rock, cool swimming holes and showering waterfalls showcase this.
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  • Broome
    Broome is a tropical delight and the gateway to the Kimberley, one of the world’s great wildernesses.
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  • Fitzroy Crossing
    Fitzroy Crossing is a true outback town, and a great base for exploration of the nearby Devonian National Parks – Tunnel Creek, Windjana Gorge and Geikie Gorge. 
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  • Halls Creek
    Halls Creek is the gateway to a range of renowned natural attractions and outback drives, located at the northern edge of the Great Sandy Desert and Tanami Desert. From here you can visit the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park and Wolfe Creek Crater. 
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  • Emma Gorge
    Emma Gorge is one of the Kimberley’s most spectacular and accessible gorges, set in the one-million-acre wilderness of El Questro.
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  • Kununurra
    Kununurra is a town in far northern Western Australia located at the eastern extremity of the Kimberley approximately 45 kilometres from the border with the Northern Territory. 
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  • Katherine
    Katherine is a town in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is situated on the Katherine River, after which it is named, 320 kilometres southeast of Darwin.
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  • Darwin
    Darwin is the capital of Australia's Northern Territory Darwin and is a coastal city, situated along the western shoreline of the Northern Territory.
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Attractions

  • HMAS Sydney Memorial
    Set high on the hill overlooking Geraldton, here you can reflect at the evocative HMAS Sydney Memorial and you can take in the astonishing views over the seaside township of Geraldton. 
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  • Hamelin Pool
    At Hamelin Pool you can see the world’s best known colony of Stromatolites. Dating back to the beginning of life on earth, while they may not appear alive, these living structures have helped scientists unravel the history of life on earth! 
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  • Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum
    The Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum celebrates the little known history of the role Carnarvon played in the manned space program and in the Australian satellite communications industry. 
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  • Ningaloo Reef Glass Bottom Boat Tour
    On a shallow draft glass bottom boat, cruise over World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef at famous Coral Bay
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  • Argyle Diamond Mine
    Located at the traditional Barramundi Dreaming site at Barramundi Gap, Argyle Diamond Mine is the world's largest supplier of natural coloured diamonds.
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  • El Questro Wilderness Park
    El Questro is a destination unlike any other and offers the freedom to explore one of Australia's last true frontiers, a vast untamed natural beauty sitting in the East Kimberley region.
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  • Katherine Gorge Cruise
    Trawl along Katherine River through Nitmuluk National Park and take in the dramatic scenery as you move deeper into the stunning Katherine Gorge
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Available Dates

Dates Price per person
Available
03 Jun 2025 - 23 Jun 2025 $14,658$19,707
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22 Jul 2025 - 11 Aug 2025 $15,075$20,268
Wonders of the West Coast & Kimberley
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