Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours Extended

Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours offer all inclusive guided tours, specialising in the spectacular Kimberley region, North West Western Australia. Locally owned and operating from Broome for 13 years, their service is second to none. Experience quality, boutique, outback safaris at an affordable price.

Excelling in small group travel with a maximum of 16 guests, Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours offer two professional and experienced guides on every tour. Their guides are mature married couples working together with unique compatibility and team work. This results in improved safety, comfort, service and experience.

Guaranteed departure with no single supplement and no requirement to share.

Camp at established campsites with the best facilities available, including flushing toilets and showers at each location.

Sleep in spacious Kodiak Flexbow Safari tents that you can stand up in and they don’t have a centre pole! The four-wheel drive tour coaches are modern, comfortable, custom-built off-road and air-conditioned with backup vehicles on standby.

Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours is a consistent award-winning business presenting unique, focused, localised knowledge and experience.

Facilities

Service Types

Adventure and Outdoors Tours Air, Helicopter and Balloon Tours Nature and wildlife Walking and Biking Tours

Activities

Birdwatching Camping Fishing Four Wheel Driving Horse Riding Swimming Walks

Fitness

Moderate

Membership

Australian Caravan Club Australian Tourism Export Council Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Visitor Information Centre

Accreditation

Australian Tourism Accreditation COVID Safe

Services

$4300

A fantastic opportunity to explore the Kimberley in a comprehensive and relaxed all inclusive tour.

Departing Broome they visit the mighty Fitzroy River, Willare Bridge Roadhouse, Prison Boab tree near Derby, the Gibb River Road and Windjana Gorge. Wade through Tunnel Creek, (750 metre cave walk), cross King Leopold Range and into breathtaking Bell Gorge. They visit Galvan’s Gorge and Mount Barnett, camping beside tranquil pools of the Lower Manning River. Explore Manning Falls, ancient Aboriginal rock art and stay at Home Valley Station and the iconic El Questro Station, exploring El Questro Gorge, Emma Gorge, Zebedee Springs and take an optional scenic flight over Mitchell Falls.

In Kununurra you can explore Lake Argyle and the Ord River, fish, swim or just relax on your ‘free’ day. In Purnululu National Park explore the Bungle Bungles including the Domes Walk, Picinniny Creek, Cathedral Gorge and Echidna Chasm, an optional helicopter flight is a must.

Your final night on tour is an exclusive Adventure Wild campsite on a working cattle station, literally camped by a billabong. The Geike Gorge river cruise is included prior to returning to tropical Broome.

Permanent campsites await you 10/11 nights. No single supplement or sharing required.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$3300

Explore from Broome to Kununurra along the iconic, Gibb River Road. Escape the winter months between May and September to swim under waterfalls, explore remote gorges and discover ancient rock art.

The Kimberley is full of culture, history, incredible flora, fauna and scenery. Come and explore in safety, comfort and style with Adventure Wild Kimberley Tours.

They offer small groups, all inclusive, quality guided tours of the Kimberley region. With two professional guides on every tour, their service is second to none. The guides are mature, married couples working together with unique compatibility.

Travel the Gibb River Road visiting Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek, Bell Gorge, Galvan’s Gorge, Manning Falls, Mt Barnett Roadhouse, Gibb River, Home Valley Station, cross the Pentecost River beneath the Cockburn Ranges, to El Questro Station including Emma Gorge, El Questro Gorge, Pigeon Lookout, Zebedee Springs to Kununurra.

There is the option to extend this tour for an additional 1 to 2 nights to discover the highlights of Kununurra including the Ord River and Lake Argyle.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

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