The East Kimberley is well known for its spectacular geography as well as its diverse and unique mix of inhabitants and industry. People who are visiting the region are leaving with lifelong memories of the breathtaking scenery, unique Aboriginal rock art and culture, classic barramundi fishing and distinctive East Kimberley characters. The ability to create a sense of awe and be readily identifiable as Western Australian, has led this region to be listed within the top ranks of Western Australia’s most iconic tourist attractions.
They offer the opportunity to immerse into its natural beauty, diverse cultural, wealth and history. This outback adventure encompasses a very remote trek, commencing from a bush landing ground next to the Chamberlain River. They trek north following shady river banks between the Elgee Cliffs and Durack Range for approximately 50 kilometres, through a tightly sub-tropical vegetated gorge of the Durack Range to another remote bush landing ground on Kachana cattle Station.
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From $500 to $600
This is where abseiling culminates with a 280 metre multi-pitch descent! Two days in the South West participating in a challenging activity that is totally different to the normal abseil!
The Bluff overlooks the Stirling Ranges and surrounding farmland, affording magnificent views in all directions. One of the unique experiences this activity offers is gazing down on the majestic wedge tail eagles as they soar back a forth across the cliff face, under you at times!
Once you are on the cliff face they often fly to within 25 metres to take a closer look. Bluff Knoll is the highest location in the southwest of Western Australia, forming part of the Stirling Ranges. The range is approximately 80 kilometres north of Albany and 350 kilometres south east of Perth.Carpark Public Toilet
From $2700 to $4000
Have you ever dreamed of walking through an ancient land?
The Aboriginal Community of Woolah as part of the Doon Doon Station, is located approx 300 metres off the Great Northern Highway about 100 km south of Kununurra. The community was established in the mid 1970 with the population consisting of people from Turkey Creek and Kununurra who are predominantly of the Gidja group.
With personal permission from traditional land owners Adventure Out has been given the opportunity to take a handful of treks through the Letter Box Gorge in the East Kimberley. Access and the remoteness of this area has made it a must see marvel, few places in the world are left untouched and preserved for your chance to experience the “spirit of the bush”.
From $2600 to $4000
The East Kimberley is well known for its spectacular geography as well as its diverse and unique mix of inhabitants and industry. People who are visiting the region are leaving with lifelong memories of the breathtaking scenery, unique Aboriginal rock art and culture, classic barramundi fishing and distinctive East Kimberley characters. The ability to create a sense of awe, and be readily identifiable as Western Australian, has led this region to be listed within the top ranks of WA’s most iconic tourist attractions.
Adventure Out offers you the opportunity to appreciate this natural beauty, diverse cultural wealth and history. This outback adventure encompasses trekking along the Chamberlain River, between the Elgee Cliffs and Durack Range for approx. 65 kms , onto the Kachana cattle station where we are picked up by light aircraft for our return to Kununurra .