Day One: Welcome to the stunning Litchfield National Park with its many warm and inviting waterfalls and rapids. Enjoy an invigorating swim and spend time exploring this spectacular Region. (Adelaide River Inn - Motel Room)
Day Two: We make our way south towards Katherine. This afternoon you will enjoy a sunset cruise at Nitmiluk and dinner as the sun sets on the beautiful Katherine Gorge. (Knotts Crossing, Katherine Motel Room)
Day Three: Passing through the huge cattle stations today we descend from the Northern Territory plateau as we cross over the Victoria River. Tonight we are in Kununurra, the youngest town in Western Australia, gazetted in 1961. (Ivanhoe Village, Cabin - Ensuited)
Day Four: Kununurra was born as part of the Ord Irrigation Scheme. Today we explore the integral parts of this, Lake Kununurra, the Ord River and Lake Argyle as we cruise, swim and enjoy a unique sunset on Kimberley Cat. (Ivanhoe Village Cabin - Ensuited Cabin)
Day Five: Enjoy a free day in Kununurra (own expense) ticking off your personal bucket list. You may choose to wander around our galleries and diamond shops, take a Barramundi Fishing Charter, fly the Kimberley Coast with lunch in a remote location or fly into Mitchell Falls. (Ivanhoe Village Cabin - Ensuited Cabin)
Day Six: Cross the iconic Ivanhoe Crossing, featured in the movie Australia before taking a scenic drive past House Roof Hill, and marvel at the beautiful, but always unique boab trees before spending some quiet time bird watching on the banks of a billabong. From here we pass through the Carr Boyd Ranges as we make our way to Mabel Downs Station. (Bungle Bungle Station Stay - Ensuited Safari Tent)
Day Seven: We spend the full day in the World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park home of the Bungle Bungle Range.
Cathedral Gorge, Piccaninny Creek and Echidna Chasm. (Bungle Bungle Station Stay - Ensuited Safari Tent)
Day Eight: Today we visit one of Western Australia’s oldest towns, and drive to the top of the Bastion Range to view the 5 major rivers of the East Kimberley as they make their way into the Cambridge Gulf. This afternoon we we cross the iconic Pentecost River. (Home Valley Station - Guest Rooms)
Day Nine: Spending the day exploring El Questro Station. Soak in the warm waters of Zebedee Springs before enjoying an exhilarating swim in the icy waters of Emma Gorge.(Home Valley Station - Guest Rooms)
Day Ten: Today we are onto the remote Gibb River Road with it's creek crossings and lush gorges. Today is a day of walking, swimming and exploring. (Imintji Camp - Ensuited Tents)
Day Eleven: Today we have plenty of time to enjoy the amazing Bell Gorge relaxing in the magical waters of the Kimberley. After lunch we will head deep into the King Leopold Ranges Conservation Reserve. Tonight we will be in the heart of the Kimberley.(Mt Hart Homestead Ensuited Tent)
Day Twelve: We have time today to soak up the beauty of the King Leopold Ranges, often referred to as the most beautiful region of the Gibb River Road. Due to it's remote and relatively untouched location, this is a great place to spot wildlife. Spend the day exploring, hiking and swimming before enjoying a spectacular Kimberley sunset. (Mt Hart Homestead - Ensuited Safari Tent)
Day Thirteen: Explore the Napier Range, once a coral reef but now the site of gorges, fossils and amazing landscapes. We visit both Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge (Fitzroy River - Ensuited Safari Tent)
Day Fourteen: Start the day with a cruise on Geikie Gorge and learn about this unique area, bush tucker and so much more. This afternoon we make our way to Broome where we bid farewell to new friends.
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