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  • Gantheaume Point

    Gantheaume Point

  • Cable Beach, Broome

    Cable Beach, Broome

  • Boab Tree

    Boab Tree

  • Geikie Gorge

    Geikie Gorge

  • Emma Gorge

    Emma Gorge

  • Katherine Gorge

    Katherine Gorge


Tour code: WBD

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Begin with a spectacular Cable Beach sunset then enter the rugged Kimberley to cruise down rich waterways teeming with wildlife, visit a remote Aboriginal community and tour through Argyle Diamond Mine. Experience the Ord Valley’s gourmet produce at a unique private dinner and top off your trip in tropical Darwin. 

Itinerary

1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017 ?
Day 1-2
Welcome to Broome
Day 1: Welcome to Broome

Welcome to tropical Broome! Enjoy meet your Travel Director and fellow travellers and get to know them over a drink at a Welcome Reception then join them for a delicious dinner at the Sunset Bar and Grill with views of the Indian Ocean. 

Day 2: Broome ‘Free Time’

Today after a Broome city sights tour, choose from a selection of Included Choice sightseeing experiences. You may like to take an exciting Pearl Luggers tour to hear the intriguing stories of early pearling and see two restored pearling luggers and memorabilia including original hard hat diving suits and more. Maybe take a Hovercraft flight on Roebuck Bay to experience the scenery and historic sights of the Broome coastline or hop on board the camel train for a ride along the beach! At some stage you must take a leisurely stroll along the 22 kilometres of sand and swim in the turquoise water of pristine Cable Beach, and don’t miss out on the spectacular sunset.  

Hotel: Cable Beach Club Resort, Broome, 2 nights.

Included Meals: Day 1: Dinner with wine. Day 2: Breakfast

Day 3
Broome – Fitzroy Crossing

Travel to the port of Derby and see the fascinating Boab Prison Tree, said to have been used by the first police in the 1890's as an overnight holding cell for people on their way to Derby for sentencing. Continue to Geike Gorge for a relaxing cruise and to take in the magnificent colours and structure of the gorge's stone walls. During the wet season, the Fitzroy River rises over 16 metres, staining the limestone walls of the gorge and flooding the national park with seven metres of water. In the dry season, the river transforms itself into a quiet stream strung beneath the towering cliffs of the Devonian Reef. Watch for freshwater crocodiles, fruit bats and wallabies as the 30 metre high walls of the gorge tower above you. Continue to Fitzroy Crossing.

Hotel: Fitzroy River Lodge, Fitzroy Crossing.

Included Meals: Breakfast and Dinner with wine

Day 4
Fitzroy Crossing – Halls Creek

Aboriginal Cultural Icon Today visit Yiyili Indigenous community and the community's art gallery, Laari Gallery. Yiyili is home to approximately 250 residents living scattered across Louisa Downs, a cattle property owned and operated by the community. In the late 80’s the station was handed back to the Cox family and then leased by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) from the family on a 99 year lease. The majority of the residents are Cox family members. You'll get the chance to meet some of the family at the community's art gallery. Continue to Halls Creek, a town rich in history and culture.

Hotel: Kimberley Hotel, Halls Creek.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with wine

Day 5-6
Halls Creek – El Questro Wilderness Park
Day 5: Halls Creek – El Questro

Today visit the Argyle Diamond Mine, the world's largest supplier of natural coloured diamonds. The mine has been operating since 1983 and has produced 800 million carats of rough diamond since!  A local Indigenous guide will join you for an extensive behind the scenes look at the diamond mining process and teach you about the cultural significance of the mine site before you sit down to a buffet lunch in the mine's staff village. Next travel to Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve (weather permitting) to see the bird life of this region. You'll see egrets, herons, ibises, magpie geese and maybe even a few jabirus and lurking crocodiles. Continue to El Questro Wilderness Park for your stay at Emma Gorge Resort. Nestled at the foot of the rusty red Cockburn Ranges, you won't even know the resort is there as you approach down the dusty dirt road, but before you know it, an oasis of native pandanus and palms appear. Staying in safari style tented cabins, you really feel like you're immersed in nature. It's bound to be a highlight!

Day 6: El Questro Wilderness Park

This morning rise to the calls of native birds and head to the resort's large verandah for a hearty breakfast with views of the surrounding ranges. Next up you'll travel across the Pentecost River to the hub of El Questro Wilderness Park for a cruise on Chamberlain Gorge, a fresh waterhole fringed by tropical vegetation and 60 metre tall escarpments. Afterwards, spend a little time at the station and grab a bite for lunch before it's back to Emma Gorge Resort. This afternoon is free for you to relax and enjoy your surrounds. Maybe take a dip in the resort pool, lay back with a good book on your cabin's verandah or if you're up for it, join your Travel Director for a challenging hike to Emma Gorge for a dip in the crystal clear waterhole. This evening after dinner, sit back with a drink and enjoy local entertainment.

Hotel: Emma Gorge Resort, Tented Cabin with private facilities, El Questro, 2 nights.

Included Meals: Day 5: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with wine. Day 6: Breakfast and Dinner with wine

Day 7-8
El Questro – Kununurra
Day 7: El Questro – Kununurra

This morning, head for Kununurra, the food bowl of WA. First up visit Hoochery Distillery, makers of Ord River Rum, the only rum made in Western Australia! Take a guided tour and hear how Spike Dessert and his family came to open the distillery, before you sit down and try their famous Ord River Rum Cake for morning tea. Delish! Later enjoy a visit to the historic Durack Homestead Museum. The homestead was originally built in 1895 by the famous pioneering Durack family and was faithfully removed brick by brick and reconstructed to become a museum when Lake Argyle, Australia's largest man-made lake was filled. Later, cruise along the Ord River from Lake Argyle back to Kununurra and experience the abundance or birdlife these permanent waters have brought to the region. Experience a magical sunset on the water before you arrive in Kununurra.

Day 8: Kununurra Sights

Today you can take an optional early morning scenic flight over the spectacular Bungle Bungle beehive domes before a tour of Kununurra, or you may like to forgo your tour of Kununurra for a full day in depth 4WD tour of the Bungle Bungle. Kununurra is the hub of local industry for agriculture, tourism and mining in the East Kimberley. On your tour of the town today you'll visit Mirima National Park, which is home to a big variety of wildlife including many species of birds, all manner of reptiles, wallabies, bats, dingoes and echidn.The National Park has great cultural significance to the local Miriwoong people and features intriguing natural rock formations. Afterwards you'll have time to view the town from Kelly’s Knob Lookout before enjoying a free afternoon to relax and unwind.

You're Invited Dining Icon This evening, 'You’re invited’ to a privately hosted dinner at the Kununurra Sandalwood Factory in the heartland of Kununurra’s Sandalwood plantations. Enjoy a presentation by a local Sandalwood expert and learn about this fascinating industry while you dine on fresh locally grown produce from the Ord Valley.

Hotel: The Kimberley Grande, Kununurra, 2 nights.

Included Meals: Day 7: Breakfast and Dinner with wine. Day 8: Breakfast and 'You're invited' dinner

Day 9
Kununurra – Katherine

Watch the landscape change as you journey across vast pastoral leases and Aboriginal homelands into the Northern Territory's Top End. Get ready for tomorrow's wonderful early morning cruise on stunning Katherine Gorge.

Hotel: Knotts Crossing Resort, Katherine.

Included Meals: Breakfast and Dinner with wine

Day 10
Katherine – Darwin

This morning travel to Nitmiluk National Park. Take a relaxing cruise at Katherine Gorge on the placid waters of the river where you'll really feel the spirituality of the land and marvel at the towering cliffs while you spot wildlife and learn about the history and culture of the local Traditional Owners, the Jawoyn people. Travel north along the Stuart Highway stopping at Adelaide River War Cemetery along the way. During WWII, Adelaide River was the headquarters to a large base and a large cemetery was created especially for those who gave their lives in the service and defense of their country. On arrival in Darwin, enjoy a city sights tour of the tropical State capital, before joining your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a delicious final dinner overlooking the waterfront.

Hotel: Mantra on the Esplanade, Darwin.

Included Meals: Breakfast and Farewell dinner

Day 11
Farewell from Darwin

This morning after breakfast, bid farewell to your fellow travellers when your journey across the Kimberley concludes. Why not spend a few extra days in the Top End and take the opportunity to discover Kakadu National Park.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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11 Day Guided Vacation

Tour departs from Broome and returns to Darwin

Don't Miss

Moon rise over Cable Beach creating Staircase to the Moon illusion

Staircase to the Moon

Between March and October, for only three nights a month when the conditions are just right, visitors to Broome are treated to this natural phenomenon - Staircase to the Moon! This spectacle occurs when the full moon rises over the exposed mud flats of Roebuck Bay at extremely low tide creating the optical illusion of a staircase to the moon!

Highlights

  • Discover beautiful Broome
  • Experience a Cable Beach sunset
  • Explore the fascinating Boab Prison Tree at Derby
  • Cruise along Geikie Gorge and spot freshwater crocodiles
  • Visit Yiyili Aboriginal Community and explore its art gallery Aboriginal Cultural Icon
  • Tour Argyle Diamond Mine
  • Take a challenging hike to Emma Gorge
  • Cruise on Chamberlain Gorge with morning tea
  • Drive along the Gibb River Road
  • Visit Western Australia's only rum distillery
  • Experience the Ord Valley’s gourmet produce at a unique private dinner at Kununurra’s Sandalwood Factory You're Invited Dining Icon
  • Visit Kelly’s Knob Lookout for views over Kununurra
  • Explore Hidden Valley National Park
  • Take a thrilling boat cruise on the Ord River
  • Visit Argyle Downs Homestead
  • Cruise on Katherine Gorge & view ancient Aboriginal rock art
  • Take in some history at Adelaide River War Cemetery
  • Indulge in food and wine on Darwin’s waterfront
  • Tour Darwin’s city sights

Inclusions

  • Experienced Travel Director and Driver Guide
  • Quality accommodation
  • Travel by luxury coach
  • Airport transfers (see flight information below)

Dining

  • Full buffet breakfasts (10)
  • Lunches (2)
  • 'You're invited' dinner (1) 
  • Dinners with wine (7) 
  • Farewell dinner (1) 

Flight Information

Any flights referred to in the itinerary are at the client’s expense and are not included in the land content price.

Day 1   Flights to arrive prior to 4.00pm into Broome
Day 11   Flights to depart anytime from Darwin

What to bring

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen and hat
  • Water bottle
  • Camera
  • Jacket in cooler months

Fitness Level

Moderate: The hike to Emma Gorge is difficult in nature. It may not be suitable for all guests.

Ways to Save

Early payment discount
Pay by 31 Jan 2016     Save up to $455
Pay by 31 Mar 2016     Save up to $225
 
Kings Club early payment discount
Pay by 31 Jan 2016     Save up to $680
Pay by 31 Mar 2016     Save up to $450
 
Triple share     Save up to $225
Kings Club     Save up to $225

All savings are per person.

Quality accommodation

Your Guided Holiday includes a range of quality accommodation for your comfort.

The accommodation you will enjoy on this tour includes:

  • Cable Beach Club Resort
    1 Cable Beach Rd, Broome, WA 6725

    Broome, 2 nights.

    • Cable Beach Club Resort Studio Room
    • Cable Beach Club Resort Studio Room
    • Cable Beach Club Resort Common Area

    Take one idyllic, seaside location – complete with spectacular sunsets, gently swaying palm trees and Kimberley charm – add the finest food, unique experiences and luxury indulgences; and you have the ideal setting for a memorable holiday.

    Welcome to the magnificent Cable Beach, home of the award-winning Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa – a holiday destination like no other. Your stay will be full of surprising wonders and endless ways to reconnect; with nature, your partner, your family and yourself.

    Cable Beach Club offers a place to unwind, with two glistening pools, delicious cuisine at a choice of three restaurants, leisure facilities, the first Australian L'Occitane spa and a personal touch to every experience.

    • Features
    • Private veranda or courtyard
    • Ensuite
    • Shower
    • Air-conditioning
    • Ceiling fan
    • TV
    • Foxtel
    • iPod/iPhone docking station
    • Wireless Internet access
    • ISD/STD phone
    • Tea & Coffee Facilities
    • Mini Bar
    • Refrigerator
    • Hairdryer
    • Iron / Ironing Board
    • In-room safe
  • Fitzroy River Lodge
    277 Great Northern Hwy, Fitzroy Crossing, WA 6765

    Fitzroy Crossing.

    • Fitzroy River Lodge Exterior at sunset
    • Bathroom at Fitzroy River Lodge
    • Riverside Restaurant at Fitzroy River Lodge
    • Swimming Pool at Fitzroy River Lodge

    Fitzroy River Lodge is located in the heart of the Kimberley. Situated on the banks of the mighty Fitzroy River, Fitzroy River Lodge offers a wide range of accommodation to suit all travellers. At the Fitzroy River Lodge you can relax on fifty acres of natural bush with shady trees and landscaped gardens.

    • Features
    • Ensuite
    • Air-conditioning
    • Colour TV
    • In-house movies
    • ISD/STD phone
    • Tea & Coffee Facilities
    • Hairdryer
    • Iron / Ironing Board
    • Room service
    • Towels and Bedlinen
  • Kimberley Hotel
    9 Roberta Avenue, Halls Creek, WA 6770

    Halls Creek.

    • Outdoor seating at the Kimberley Hotel
    • Hotel Lobby at the Kimberley Hotel
    • Gabi's Restaurant at the Kimberley Hotel
    • Pool and Hotel Grounds at the Kimberley Hotel
    • Swimming Pool at the Kimberley Hotel

    The Kimberley Hotel is conveniently located adjacent to the local airport and approximately 500 metres from the town centre. It offers stylish kimberley accommodation and boasts the largest motel units in the region so if you like a little breathing space within your accommodation you won’t be disappointed.

    • Features
    • Air-conditioning
    • In-house movies
    • Tea & Coffee Facilities
    • TV
    • Room service
    • Refrigerator
    • Iron / Ironing Board
    • Towels and Bedlinen
    • Foxtel
    • Business Facilities
  • Emma Gorge Resort, Tented Cabin with private facilities
    El Questro Wilderness Park, Gibb River Wyndham Rd, Durack, WA 6743

    El Questro, 2 nights.

    • Emma Gorge Resort - Tented Cabins interior
    • Emma Gorge Resort - Tented Cabins
    • Emma Gorge Resort - Tented Cabins

    Hidden within the fiery red of El Questro's Cockburn Ranges, lies the spectacular Emma Gorge Resort with excellent facilities.

    Tented cabins

    Tented cabins allow you to stay in The Kimberley in style, while still remaining close to nature, in complete harmony with the surrounding landscape. The raised roofs of the tented cabins allow tropical sounds and scents to filter in as you drift off to sleep. And the canvas outer can be rolled up in parts, to assist the flow of a natural breeze through the cabins. All Tented Cabins have their own private en suite bathroom facilities.

    • Features
    • Private cabins with en suites
    • Pedestal fans
    • Towels and Bedlinen
    • Shared self-service laundry facilities
    • Wireless Internet access
  • The Kimberley Grande
    20 Victoria Hwy, Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

    Kununurra, 2 nights.

    • King Terrace Room at The Kimberley Grande
    • King Terrace Room and seating at Kimberley Grande
    • Swimming Pool at Kimberley Grande

    The Kimberley Grande’s guest rooms reflect the Kimberley’s sense of space and the character of an Australian outback homestead whilst boasting contemporary style and comfort.
    Featuring cool polished concrete floors graced by cattle hides, artwork by prominent indigenous and regional artists, an abundance of natural light and wide verandahs, the mix of colours and textures in all rooms creates a calm and restful atmosphere.

    • Features
    • Ensuite
    • Flat Screen TV
    • Coffee/tea making facilities
    • Air-conditioning
    • Ceiling fan
    • Mini-bar (surcharge)
    • Swimming Pool
    • Room service
    • Hair Dryer
    • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Knotts Crossing Resort
    Cnr Giles & Cameron Streets, Katherine, NT 0851

    Katherine.

    • Knotts Crossing Resort - Entrance
    • Knotts Crossing Resort - Room
    • Knotts Crossing Resort - Entrance
    • Knotts Crossing Resort - Pool
    • Knotts Crossing Resort - Garden Bar
    • Knotts Crossing Resort

    Knotts Crossing Resort, is situated in the picturesque Katherine Region of Australia’s Northern Territory. The resort is set amongst acres of stunning tropical gardens and is just a two minute walk from the Katherine River.

    • Features
    • Internet facilities
    • Shared self-service laundry facilities
    • Colour TV
    • Ensuite
    • Air-conditioning
    • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Mantra on the Esplanade
    88 The Esplanade, Darwin, NT 0800

    Darwin.

    • Mantra on the Esplanade - Lobby
    • Mantra on the Esplanade - Exterior
    • Mantra on the Esplanade - Superior Room
    • Mantra on the Esplanade - Pool

    Mantra on the Esplanade offers guests an unrivalled location near Darwin Harbour and the convenience of close proximity to Darwin’s CBD. The property boasts panoramic views across the harbour, out to the Arafura Sea and presents the ideal vantage point from which to experience a famous Northern Territory sunset. 

    • Features
    • Ensuite
    • Phone
    • Internet Access
    • LCD TV
    • Mini Bar
    • Coffee/tea making facilities
    • Hair Dryer
    • Iron / Ironing Board

Experience more on your holiday

To ensure your holiday is filled with memorable experiences, we have included a range of quality Optional Excursions for you to choose from and partake in, if you wish, during your holiday. We understand that everyone is an individual, and have therefore allowed some free time for you to experience different types of touring. These have not been included in the tour fare as we realise they may not appeal to all people. Our selection of optional excursions include scenic flights, helicopter rides, cruises, dinners, ballooning, fishing trips, four wheel drive tours, cultural experiences, and even camel riding.


Experiences available between 1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017

Kimberley Wild Cape Leveque Adventure (Broome)

Prices starting from $269 adult

Kimberley Wild Cape Leveque Adventure

Journey up the Dampier Peninsula for a Kimberley experience that is culturally rewarding and scenically spectacular. Your first stop is the Beagle Bay Aboriginal community for morning tea, home to the Beagle Bay church and its glimmering pearl shell alter. You’ll then travel North to the remote Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm for a delicious specially prepared lunch. After lunch visit Arm Point community to view the spectacular Buccaneer Archipelago. You’ll then head for beautiful Cape Leveque (Kooljaman) for an afternoon on the pristine beaches. Whether your prefer swimming, snorkelling, sunbathing or taking long walks on the beach, the afternoon is your to enjoy. Choose to either fly or drive back to Broome.

2.5hr Buccaneer Archipelago Scenic Flight (Broome)

$640 adult

2.5hr Buccaneer Archipelago Scenic Flight

Join a spectacular scenic flight over rich pearling waters, hundreds of tiny islands and historic mission sites crossing mineral rich rugged Kimberley country. Land at Cape Leveque for morning tea.

20 Minute Broome Scenic Flight (Broome)

$155 adult

20 Minute Broome Scenic Flight

Enjoy a 20 minute scenic flight over Broome and see the local attractions. This flight provides the first time traveller to Broome a complete orientation of the town and its surrounds.

Willie Creek Pearl Farm (Broome)

$105 adult

Willie Creek Pearl Farm

Located 38 kilometres north of Broome, the Willie Creek Pearl Farm is perfectly situated on the protected tidal estuary of Willie Creek. A natural harbour, the warm azure waters of the creek provide a perfect growing environment for the Pinctada maxima oyster and produces world renowned South Sea Pearls. At Willie Creek Pearl Farm you will gain a fascinating insight into the world of cultured pearling. On board our boat you will learn about modern pearling techniques and after refreshments your guide will demonstrate the intricate process of cultured pearling including the seeding of a live oyster shell.

Bungle Bungle 4WD Full Day Tour (Kununurra)

$790 adult

Bungle Bungle 4WD Full Day Tour

Experience Kununurra, the eastern gateway to the Kimberley and surroundings by air with a morning scenic flight over the renowned Ord Irrigation area, mighty Ord River and the enormous man made Lake Argyle before arriving at the Bungle Bungle where you will transfer to an air conditioned 4WD. On your travels to Cathedral Gorge let our guides recount the Bungles heritage and share nature’s hidden secrets. Be amazed on your walk into Cathedral Gorge, where you will be surrounded by the Beehive Domes for which the park is so famous. Arrival into the gorge displays a magnificent amphitheatre designed by nature at its best. Relax in this shaded area and enjoy a memorable picnic lunch before returning on your walk to rejoin the 4WD. Travel to our Bungle Bungle Bush Camp for afternoon tea then rejoin the aircraft to complete your afternoon scenic flight over the ancient Ragged Ranges and the Argyle Diamond Mine. Easy to moderate 3 km walk into Cathedral Gorge via the Beehive Domes. Sturdy footwear is required.

Bungle Bungle & Lake Argyle Fixed Wing Scenic Flight (Kununurra)

$399 adult

Bungle Bungle & Lake Argyle Fixed Wing Scenic Flight

Enjoy the exhilarating sensation of freedom in a high winged aircraft especially selected for air tours. You’ll be amazed at what you will see and learn in this two hour flight, from the irrigation and farming areas, the vastness of Lake Argyle, dam walls, cattle stations, mineral exploration sites, rivers, the largest Diamond mine in the world, and not to forget the star of the tour. The World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park home to the famous Bungle Bungle Range.

Litchfield National Park Waterfalls (D5) (Darwin)

$161.10 adult

Litchfield National Park Waterfalls (D5)

Visit Litchfield National Park, an area of immense beauty rivalling Kakadu, which has only in recent years opened up to the overland visitor. Visit the township of Batchelor, and then by coach climb the Tabletop Range to view Florence Falls and Tolmer Falls. Venture to Wangi Falls where there is a serene crystal clear pool, ideal for swimming and relaxing. This afternoon return to Darwin arriving approximately 6.00pm. Note: Lunch is included.

Kakadu National Park Adventure (D4) (Darwin)

$225.00 adult

Kakadu National Park Adventure (D4)

Kakadu National Park is a timeless place, a landscape of exceptional beauty and diversity. Mangrove fringed coastal areas blend into expansive flood plains, lowland hills flanked to the east by sandstone escarpments, all interwoven between various open woodland and forest habitats. Teeming with wildlife in the water, on the land and in the air, there are many species which provide a diversity and concentration seen nowhere else. The land takes on different forms and different colours with the passing of each season. Your tour sets off on the Arnhem Highway across the Adelaide River and Marrakai Plains. Stop at Nourlangie Rock, where your Guide will lead a walk to view ancient Aboriginal rock art. After lunch join your local guide for a cruise on the famous Yellow Water Billabong. Search for saltwater crocodiles and the colourful range of birdlife for which this region is renowned. Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre and view the informative displays depicting the traditions of the Aboriginal people in Kakadu, before returning to Darwin. Note: Additional $25 cost for National Park entry fee. * Post tour bookings only.

Taste of the Territory Sunset Cruise (Darwin)

Prices starting from $74 adult 

Taste of the Territory Sunset Cruise

The ‘Tumlaren’ is a beautifully presented sailing schooner. This cruise includes complimentary sparkling wine at sunset and a delicious light tasting plate of Territory style food including smoked kangaroo with bush tomato relish, semi-dried tomatoes, Australian olives and a variety of cheeses. Experienced crew share interesting and informative commentary on the sites and rich history of Darwin Harbour, Cyclone Tracy and WWII. Return transfers can be organised at extra cost. * Post tour bookings only

Charles Darwin Sunset Cruise (Darwin)

Prices starting from $58 adult

Charles Darwin Sunset Cruise

Our Sunset Cruise aboard the ‘Charles Darwin’ takes place on our Bridge deck (second level) in full air-conditioned comfort. Guests also have access to the Sun Deck (third, top deck) where the best views of Darwin’s famous Sunset are experienced. This two hour cruise includes a great commentary on the harbour and Darwin’s’ great history. There is a licensed bar on-board with great priced drinks to enjoy. Return transfers can be organised at extra cost. *Post tour bookings only

Charles Darwin Sunset Buffet Dinner Cruise (Darwin)

Prices starting from $96 adult

Charles Darwin Sunset Buffet Dinner Cruise

The Dinner Cruise aboard the ‘Charles Darwin’ is a great way to get a bird’s eye view of the famous Darwin Sunset whilst enjoying a delicious Territory Style Buffet with Australian seafood and local produce all in air conditioned comfort. This two hour cruise on the ‘Charles Darwin’s’ Captains Deck (main deck) also includes great commentary and offers the best value for money dinner cruise on Darwin harbour. This Sunset cruise is the perfect way to feed the family and enjoy the scenery. Return transfers can be organised at extra cost. * Post tour bookings only

Red Sun Camels - Cable Beach (Broome)

$85adult - 1 hour sunset camel ride
$45 adult - 30 minute afternoon camel ride

Red Sun Camels - Cable Beach

Enjoy a leisurely camel ride along the white sand of Cable Beach, one of Broome’s most famous attractions. A perfect way to unwind as you watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean. Note: Weight restrictions apply.

Pearl Luggers the Sea, the Men, the Legend Tour (Broome)

$25 adult

Pearl Luggers the Sea, the Men, the Legend Tour

Through daily guided tours and enthralling stories learn of the impact pearling has had upon Northern Australia and why such a large number of nationalities were enticed, often by force, into our pearling industry. Experience what it was like to be a pearl diver and discover why so many put their lives at risk. See two of Broome’s last remaining wooden pearling luggers, taste the exclusive pearl meat from the pearl oyster, view artefacts from the early perilous days of deep sea pearl diving, and see a pearl valued in excess of $100,000.

Broome Hovercraft Scenic & Prehistoric Tour (Broome)

Prices starting from $128 adult

Broome Hovercraft Scenic & Prehistoric Tour

Experience the magnificent scenic and historic sights of the Broome town coastline. Your flight includes a 1 hour scenic tour accompanied throughout by witty and informative commentary. Enjoy an amphibian ride over very low water, tidal flats and sand bars, places inaccessible by other means. See some very old and perfectly preserved dinosaur tracks in rock on the beach, which once was an ancient planal forest floor. Marvel at the brightly coloured inhabitants that bask amongst the Mangrove trees lining the coast. And be amazed by the history that hides on our ocean floor.

Bookings

The excursions can be booked through your Tour Director. You will be asked during the early part of your tour to name those that you may wish to join, as advance reservations are often necessary. Please note that occasionally weather or seasonal conditions may not permit their operation. Some also depend on a minimum number of participants and suitable time being available.

Prices

Prices indicated are Australian or New Zealand dollars

Prices are valid from 1 April 2016. Optional experience pricing is indicated in Australian dollars or New Zealand dollars depending on the country of operation and may be subject to change. Please note that reduced rates for pensioners or children may apply on some tours. Prices are inclusive of GST.