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Broome, Kimberley & Darwin

Scenic flight over the Bungle Bungle Ranges & Gorge Tour

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Perched on a peninsula jutting out into the Indian Ocean, Broome is a magical place set around white sands, cobalt-blue waters and red rocks. Visit Cable beach for rolling sandy beaches where a procession of camels strolling along the shoreline at sunset provides a wonderful sight.

You’ll then transfer to Kununurra in the Kimberley region, an area boasting unspoilt wilderness, rare fauna and a colourful history. Take a scenic flight over Lake Argyle and the Bungle Bungle Range and land in Purnululu National Park where you’ll take a tour of Cathedral Gorge before arriving at the Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge. The next day you’ll venture to the northern end of the park, home to the Echidna Chasm, a steep-sided gorge that’s barely the width of a car.

From the Northern Territory capital of Darwin, you’ll then travel to the Kakadu National Park where you’ll really get to immerse yourself in the country’s wilder side. It’s home to saltwater crocodiles and hundreds of other species, while the Warradjan Cultural Centre provides an insight into the practices of the indigenous Bininj people.

A cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong is another highlight, taking you into the heart of this wildlife-rich wetland.

Near the town of Katherine, cruise through the billion-year-old sandstone of Katherine Gorge where you could treat yourself to a hand-made souvenir made by the local Jawoyn people, before your return to Darwin.

Package Includes

All flights, taxes & transfers

Meals

  • 15 meals included

Hotel Stays

  • 2 night four-star hotel stay at the Oaks Broome with breakfast
  • 2 night four-star hotel stay in Kununurra with breakfast
  • 2 night four-star stay at the Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge with breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • 1 night four-star stay at the Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel in Kakadu with lunch
  • 1 night four-star stay at the Ibis Styles Hotel in Katherine with lunch
  • 2 night four-star hotel stay at in Darwin with breakfast

Fully Escorted Bungle Bungle Tour

  • Scenic flight from Kununurra including an aerial circuit over the Bungle Bungle Ranges
  • Guided walking tour through the domes and Cathedral Forge
  • Guided walks in the Northern End of the Park including Echidna Chasm

Fully Escorted Kakadu & Katherine Tour

  • Jumping Crocodile cruise
  • Explorer the Nourlangie rock art site
  • Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre for an insight into the local Bininj culture
  • Cruise to experience the dramatic scenery on Yellow Water Billabong
  • Morning cruise through Katherine Gorge
  • Visits to the gold mining town of Pine Creek and the Adelaide River War Cemetery
Touring Holiday

At a glance

10 nights
Departing May 21 - Sep 21
All flights and taxes

Prices from

Twin Share
$7,499 pp
Price based on 11 Sep 2021 departure
Solo Passenger
$9,299 pp
Price based on 11 Sep 2021 departure

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Call to book:

(09) 941 2549

Holiday code:

TOU2229

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri: 11am - 8pm | Sat & Sun: 11am - 6pm

Purnululu National Park

These unusual rock formations – sandstone domes with tiger stripes markings – were shaped by the wind and rain over millions of years and are the main attraction in Purnululu National Park.

Your Itinerary

The sun is setting behind the camels and the camels are reflected on the wet sand of the beach at low tide.
DAY 1 | 1 May 2021
Broome

With its colonies of flying foxes chattering in the trees and processions of camels walking along Cable Beach at sunset, Broome, on the wonderful Kimberley Coast, is an intriguing town. Once known for its pearling industry, it’s now a popular destination during tourist season when the number of residents grows by thousands. Nearby Roebuck Bay is well known for its ‘Staircase to the Moon’, a rare natural optical illusion that sometimes occurs when the tide is receding.

An aerial view of Gantheaume Point in Broome, Western Australia at golden hour just before sunset, with the sun lighting the…
DAY 2 | 2 May 2021
Broome

Today enjoy a day at leisure.  Visit Cable Beach for a dramatic backdrop for sunset camel rides. At Gantheaume Point nearby, dinosaur tracks are revealed in the beach’s red rocks during low tide. Or visit Broome’s historic Chinatown overlooking Roebuck Bay, a jumping off point for cruises to local pearl farms.

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DAY 3 | 3 May 2021
Kununurra

Today you’ll fly from Broome to Kununurra, gateway to the Bungle Bungles, and check into your hotel where you’ll be able to relax after your journey. Situated among rolling scenic hills, this town in the eastern Kimberley region is known for its stunning natural surroundings. Visit the Celebrity Tree Park, where trees have been planted by several famous people who have either spent time in the town or even filmed there.

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DAY 4 | 4 May 2021
Kununurra - Bungle Bungle Tour

Take a scenic flight from Kununurra that takes you over Downs Station, the Osmand Ranges and the Bungle Bungle Range where you’ll savour the stunning aerial of the area. You’ll land in the Purnululu National Park and meet you friendly local guide who will lead you on a tour of the famous orange and black banded domes as well as a walk into Cathedral Gorge. For lunch, enjoy an atmospheric picnic at the foot of the sheer cliffs.

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DAY 5 | 5 May 2021
Kununurra - Bungle Bungle Tour

This morning you’ll make your way to the northern end of the vast Purnululu National Park. Accompanied by your guide you’ll spend the day exploring the steep-sided Echidna Chasm, barely wide enough to take a car in some places, as well as nearby trails. After a day of exploring, head back to the Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge where you can put your feet up and admire the clear, star-filled night sky.

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DAY 6 | 6 May 2021
Kununurra

Today you’ll board your return flight to Kununurra where you will witness aerial views of the Argyle Diamond Mine, which produces around 90 per cent of the world’s pink and red diamonds, the Ragged Ranges and the Carr Boyd Ranges. The latter, with its dramatic peaks and cliffs, provides some of Australia’s most popular bushwalking trails. There’s no better way to appreciate the country’s scale and natural beauty than from a scenic flight like this.

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DAY 7 | 7 May 2021
Darwin

After flying to Darwin, you’ll enjoy some time at leisure to get under the skin of the country’s most northern state capital. From quirky markets to the sound of the didgeridoo played in the streets, Darwin is a curious blend of cultures and is far more than just an entry point to the superb natural beauty that surrounds it. Delve into its lively restaurant and music scene or just relax on the beach as the waves of the Indian Ocean lap the shore.

Sunrise over the Yellow Water billabong in the Kakadu National Park, Australia. Dusk on a river in nothern Australia with fu…
DAY 8 | 8 May 2021
Kakadu and Katherine Tour

Today you’ll enjoy a cruise on the Adelaide River where you might come across a crocodile or two. Later, travel into Kakadu National Park, home to a huge range of animals and colourful bird species. A visit to the Bowali Visitor Centre will give you an insight into the lives of the local Aboriginal people before you continue up to Ubirr, a site known for its ancient Aboriginal rock art galleries. You’ll have a superb view over Kakadu from this area.

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DAY 9 | 9 May 2021
Kakadu and Katherine Tour

At the Nourlangie rock art site you’ll discover a spot that has provided shelter to the local Aboriginal people for millennia. Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre for a fascinating insight into the local Bininj culture then savour the dramatic scenery on a cruise that takes you to the Yellow Water Billabong, a wetland where saltwater crocodiles lurk, as well as an abundance of avian species. Before arriving in Katherine, stop at the idyllic setting of Leliyn, also known as Edith Falls.

Spectacular landscape with the Katherine River in Northern Territory, Australia.
DAY 10 | 10 May 2021
Darwin

A cruise through Katherine Gorge is like travelling through time - this awe-inspiring network of thirteen gorges is carved from billion-year-old sandstone. View the displays at the Nitmiluk Visitor Centre, where you may learn about the traditions of the Jawoyn people and pick up a hand-crafted souvenir. Making your way back to Darwin, you’ll call at the historic gold mining town of Pine Creek and Adelaide River War Cemetery.

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DAY 11 | 11 May 2021
Fly home
Your adventure complete, today you'll transfer to the airport for your flight home

Bungle Bungle Range

Did you know

These unusual rock formations – sandstone domes with tiger stripes markings – were shaped by the wind and rain over millions of years and are the main attraction in Purnululu National Park.

Did you know

These unusual rock formations – sandstone domes with tiger stripes markings – were shaped by the wind and rain over millions of years and are the main attraction in Purnululu National Park.

Gantheaume Point

Follow in the steps of dinosaurs – literally. This remarkable area is home to footprints and fossils that are preserved in the reef rock. It’s also a great place to view a sunset.

Edith Falls

The cascading beauty of Edith Falls lies on the Edith River in the wonderful Nitmiluk National Park and descend from an elevation of 176 metres above sea level.

Wildlife

This region of Australia is home to both freshwater and saltwater crocodiles, which you could spot on your cruise in the wildlife-rich Yellow Water Billabong, as well as a number of other reptiles.

Prices & Departures

  All flights included
regional flights available at a supplement
Departing
Departing 1 May 2021
Departing 19 June 2021
Departing 13 July 2021
Departing 7 August 2021
Departing 11 September 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $7,599
Twin Share $7,699
Twin Share $7,899
Twin Share $7,899
Twin Share $7,499
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $9,399
Solo Passenger $9,499
Solo Passenger $9,699
Solo Passenger $9,699
Solo Passenger $9,299
Departing
Departing 1 May 2021
Departing 19 June 2021
Departing 13 July 2021
Departing 7 August 2021
Departing 11 September 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $7,799
Twin Share $7,899
Twin Share $8,199
Twin Share $8,199
Twin Share $7,499
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $9,599
Solo Passenger $9,699
Solo Passenger $9,999
Solo Passenger $9,999
Solo Passenger $9,299
Departing
Departing 1 May 2021
Departing 19 June 2021
Departing 13 July 2021
Departing 7 August 2021
Departing 11 September 2021
Twin Share
Twin Share $7,799
Twin Share $7,899
Twin Share $8,099
Twin Share $8,199
Twin Share $7,499
Solo Passenger
Solo Passenger $9,599
Solo Passenger $9,699
Solo Passenger $9,899
Solo Passenger $9,999
Solo Passenger $9,299

CALL TO BOOK: (09) 941 2549

HOLIDAY CODE: BKD123