Contrasts of the Kimberley

Majestic canyons, prolific wildlife, freshwater swimming holes and outback stations; the Kimberley region of Australia is something else. Three times the size of England, with a population of just 40,000, this part of the country has become known as one of the world’s last wilderness frontiers. Despite its vast remoteness, it certainly doesn’t lack in great food, friendly locals, unique experiences and romantic beach towns. If there’s one certainty, it’s that you won’t return home the same person after experiencing the magic of Australia’s northwest corner on this 10-day escorted tour.

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From $5,906* pp Twin Share

10 Days | Darwin to Broom


  • This tour visits some remote locations. Globus have selected the best available hotels that satisfy their high standards of cleanliness and comfort. 
  • 9 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 4 Dinners
  • Touring by private, air-conditioned motorcoach


  • Take a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters of Emma Gorge, set in the wilderness of El Questro
  • Immerse yourself in the picturesque landscape of the red Cockburn Ranges at Emma Gorge Resort. Sleep under the stars in safari-style tented cabins
  • Enjoy a craft-beer tasting at a local brewery in Broome

Tour Code: PA


Day 1: Arrive Darwin 

Welcome to the Northern Territory! Please schedule flights to arrive by 4pm. Please meet your Tour Director at your leisure in the hotel lobby from 2.00pm - 5.30pm to complete the tour check-in process. Later, join your Tour Director and travelling companions for a welcome meeting and drink

Day 2: Darwin - Adelaide River - Katherine 

Travel from Darwin with a stop in Adelaide River to visit the War Cemetery, home to 435 Commonwealth burials of the Second World War. Storytelling session in Katherine with a local indigenous artist; dinner cruise through the dramatic Katherine Gorge. See dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches, pristine wilderness and wildlife.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 3: Katherine  - Lake Argyle - Kununurra

Continue across the top end. Photo stop to see Lake Argyle, 21 times bigger than Sydney Harbour. Cruise on the Ord River in Kununurra, one of Western Australia's most scenic and significant waterways.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch 

Day 4: Kununurra

Day at leisure. Choose to take an optional excursion and explore nearby UNESCO-listed Purnululu National Park and the dramatic beehive formations of the Bungle Bungle Ranges on a scenic flightseeing or 4-wheel drive tour. Your Tour Director will have suggestions for additional sightseeing and ways to spend your day.

Meals: Breakfast 

Day 5: Kununurra - EL Questro Station

Drive to the famous El Questro Station in the heart of the Kimberley region and covering 283,280 hectares (700,0000 acres) of stunning landscape. Relax at your resort or choose to join a walk to Emma Gorge with time to enjoy the tranquil setting and take a relaxing swim to the waterfall (NOTE: the walk to Emma Gorge is challenging. Please speak to your Tour Director if you are unsure of your ability); special dinner under the sweeping outback evening sky.

Accommodation Spotlight: Immerse yourself in the picturesque landscape of the rocky, red Cockburn Ranges at the Emma Gorge Resort. You'll sleep under the stars in safari-style tented cabins allowing you to experience the great outdoors in complete comfort. All tented cabins feature en-suite facilities, electricity, ceiling fans (no air conditioning or refrigerator), and coffee/tea maker. The resort has an outdoor swimming pool, restaurant, and the stunning Emma Gorge, at your doorstep.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner 

Day 6: El Questro Station

Day at leisure. Choose to explore more of the walking tracks, go horseback riding, or take a scenic helicopter flight. You may also choose to visit to Zebedee Thermal Springs where you can relax in the warm waters. 

Meals: Breakfast

Note: The visit to Zebedee Springs happens in the morning. If you wish to participate in additional activities these should be planned after 1pm.

Day 7: EL Questro Station - Fitzroy Crossing

Continue across the Top End. After dinner, your evening is at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 8: Fitzroy Crossing - Broome

Cruise through the stunning Geikie Gorge, known for its sheer white and grey walls. Learn the gorge's history and geology plus there's a chance to spot local wildlife such as crocodiles, and wallabies. Orientation tour in Broome. Evening at leisure. There's time to stroll on the beach, wander through Chinatown or shop for pearls.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 9:  Broome

Day at leisure. Choose to experience a trip of a lifetime when you join an optional excursion to Horizontal Falls; take a scenic seaplane flight and then take a thrilling ride on a fast boat through the waterfalls. It's an opportunity not to miss! (Local Favourite) Tasting at a craft brewery followed by a farewell dinner at a local  restaurant. Enhance your free time in Broome with a magical morning camel ride on Cable Beach where you'll breathe in the fresh air and enjoy travelling along the shores of the Indian Ocean.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 10:  Broome

Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning. You may also choose to extend your time in Broome and explore more on your own. 

Meals: Breakfast

*Terms and Conditions: All care is taken to promote correct pricing, is subject to tour availability and will be confirmed at time of reservation. All prices are per person, twin share. Further terms apply. Full cancellation penalties will apply. Offer may be withdrawn or amended at any time without notice. Additional restrictions may apply. Contact your travel agent for more information. SUPPLIER: Globus