Darwin to Broome 9 Day 8 Night Tour

From: $2,699.00

  • Overland transfers Darwin to Broome
  • Travel the Gibb river road
  • This is a camping adventure in swags
  • Meals included on tour
  • A moderate level of fitness is required
  • All National Park fees included


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This tour takes you on an incredible journey through the Kimberley outback. Allowing you to experience the nature, wildlife and endless adventure, as you make your way along the Gibb River Road.

It’s all about seeing Kimberley the way it should be seen. We bush camp throughout the tour, prepare all our own meals and sleep under the stars in a swag.  Our vibe is relaxed and friendly; we want you to feel like you’re traveling with a group of mates. And having the time of your life in one of the most beautiful parts of Australia.


  • Departs Darwin from 6am
  • Ends Broome Day 9

The adventure starts in Darwin where your guide will pick you up about 6am.

On the first day you’ll head towards Katherine and stop to observe the intriguing Magnetic and Cathedral termite mounds, before hiking into Edith Falls where you can take a refreshing swim.

Over the next few days you’ll head into the Victoria River region where you can observe the ancient rock art, and you’ll have the opportunity to take a cruise on Lake Argyle before venturing on to the Bungle Bungle range.

After exploring the Bungle Bungles you will join the Gibb River Road and arrive at the famous El Questro station.  This region lends itself to trekking and cooling-off in the most picturesque swimming holes.

After El Questro you’ll continue the journey along the Gibb River Road venturing into Manning Gorge, Galvans Gorge, Adcock Gorge, Bell Gorge, Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek; before arriving at our final destination, the pearling capital of Broome.

Your Travel itinerary

Your Kimberley off-road tour begins at 6 a.m. when we pick you up from your Darwin accommodation for our first stop at the amazing Magnetic termite mounds. We then proceed to Katherine, stopping at Edith Falls for a refreshing swim. Following that, we will travel to the Victoria River region for our first bush camp.

Magnetic termite mounds, Edith Falls, and the Victoria River are all highlights.
Estimated hiking distance: 5km + swimming opportunity YES

Meals L&D

We begin today with a hike into the Victoria River escarpments to see some of Jubarra National Park’s unique rock paintings and breathtaking scenery. We then cross the border into Western Australia and arrive at Lake Argyle, the largest man-made lake in Australia. Here, we’ll embark on a one-of-a-kind lake exploration and spend the night on one of the lake’s secluded islands.

Our Lake Argyle Island adventure will begin when we board the boat with our camping equipment and set sail on the lake. Explore the islands and bays in search of wildlife such as the short-eared rock wallaby, wallaroos, freshwater crocodiles, and a variety of fish and bird species. We’ll also have the chance to jump into the cool waters and go for a refreshing swim before heading to the island to set up camp.

We’ll take advantage of the welcome quietness and sunset with a campfire meal before retiring for the night, ready to be awoken by the sound of water, wildlife, and an unforgettable sunrise. When we’re finished, we’ll pack up and return to the mainland for breakfast.

Highlights include rock paintings, the Gregory tree, and the Lake Argyle island experience.
Estimated hiking distance: 5km + swimming opportunity? Yes


Today we will make a brief stop in Kununurra before continuing through the Durack and Carr Boyd Ranges on our way to the Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles), where we will hike into Echidna Chasm. We’ll be camping tonight in Kimberley’s Purnululu (Bungle Bungles) National Park.

Turkey Creek, the Durack Ranges, the Carr Boyd Ranges, and Echidna Chasm are among the highlights.
Estimated hiking distance: 5km + swimming opportunity? Yes

Meals B,L,D

Our day begins with a hike through the spectacular Bungle Bungles to Cathedral Gorge, the Window, and Piccaninny Creek Lookout. A scenic helicopter flight will also be available, with prices starting at $299 for an 18-minute tour. We will then proceed to our campsite.

Cathedral Gorge, Piccaninny Creek, the Window, an optional helicopter cruise, and camping in the Bungle Bungles are among the highlights.
Hiking distance estimated: 8 km+

Meals B,L,D

We’ll start on the Gibb River Road today and travel into the Cockburn Ranges to Emma Gorge, a beautiful swimming hole. We then proceed to the well-known El Questro station, where we will camp for the night. You will be able to get your own food and drink with locals and fellow travelers at the Swinging Arm Bar.

Emma Gorge and El Questro station are highlights.
Estimated hiking distance: 5km + swimming opportunity? Yes

Meals B,L,D

Our first stop today is at Zebedee Springs, a series of crystal-clear hot springs, before embarking on an adventurous hike up the palm-filled gorge known as El Questro Gorge. After reaching the top, you will be rewarded with a swim in the spring-fed waterfall before returning to the truck and continuing on to our bush camp, which will include crossing the well-known Pentacost River.

Highlights include Zebedee Springs, El Questro Gorge, and the Pentecost River crossing.
Estimated hiking distance: 7km + swimming opportunity? Yes

Meals B,LD

Today we continue our off-road adventure on the Gibb River Road, stopping at lookouts and rock art sites along the way. We’ll hike into Manning Gorge, where you’ll see ancient Bradshaw rock paintings and possibly spot a Northern Red-Faced Turtle that lives in the area. We’ll spend another night under the stars in the wilderness.

Manning Gorge and the Bradshaw rock paintings are highlights.
Estimated hiking distance: 6km + swimming opportunity? Yes

Meals B,L,D

We begin the morning with a swim at either Galvans or Adcock Gorge, depending on the season. We then proceed to the spectacular teardrop waterfall known as Bell Gorge in King Leopold Conservation Park before returning to our camp.

Bell Gorge, Galvans Gorge, Adcock Gorge, and Windjana rock paintings are among the highlights.
Estimated hiking distance: 6km + swimming opportunity? Yes

Meals B,LD

We begin the day by exploring Windjana Gorge and looking for freshwater crocodiles, which are plentiful in the area. Your guide will tell you stories about Jandamarra and the Bunuba resistance as you make your way through the gorge. After that, we’ll grab our torches and descend into Tunnel Creek, an amazing limestone cave system home to bats and freshwater crocodiles. We’ll end our Kimberley off-road tour in Broome in the afternoon, but not before stopping by the Derby Boab Prison Tree.

Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek, Fitzroy River, Derby Prison Tree, and Broome are all highlights.
Estimated hiking distance: 5km + swimming opportunity? Yes

Meals B & L

Important info before travel

Please take the time to read and understand our terms and conditions set out below before booking a trip with us.  We strongly recommend that you also read the trip notes and itinerary on our website prior to booking to make sure you are familiar with the physical and adventurous style of our tour.  If you have booked a charter, we will give you your own personal itinerary.

If circumstances arise that are beyond the control of Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours, such as:

    • Threat from terrorist activities

    • Changes in road conditions

    • Natural disasters

    • Political unrest

…or any other external events that the company deems could affect the running of the tour or create unknown risks, then Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours has the right to change, alter, or cancel the tour.  In the event of this happening, we will provide you with a refund minus a

Due to factors out of our control, such as road conditions, weather conditions, and the long distances we cover, Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours is unable to guarantee arrival and departure times.  Therefore, we do not accept any liability if you miss a transfer or connection with another service provider.  When booking any transfers or connections, please be mindful of the fact that, due to the local conditions, travel times might change, so you are reminded to be flexible with any other bookings you decide to make.

By booking our tour, you accept that the itinerary can change or be altered at any time, and you understand that when booking, you are agreeing to any changes that may occur.  The itinerary lays out the type of tour you can expect but it is important you understand that when traveling on this style of tour conditions can change, and therefore alter what is possible on the tour.  We use guides who are very familiar with the Kimberley and Top End region ( examples: Litchfield, Kimberley, Kakadu, Arnhem Land, the Savannah Gulf). Our guides will always strive to provide you with the best tour under the circumstances.

Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours recommends that you purchase travel insurance at the time of booking to adequately cover yourself against personal accident, death, medical expenses, emergency repatriation, loss or damage of personal items, and personal liability.

While on our tour, you will be walking on uneven ground and traveling in remote areas with very limited and sometimes no facilities; therefore, there is a degree of personal risk.  We recommend that you take out cancellation insurance at the time of booking, which will cover any cancellation fees.

Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours does not accept liability for:

    • Tour cancellations

    • Any medical emergency

    • Personal injury

    • Loss or damage to personal items

We are a small operator, and cancellations affect us significantly; therefore, it is essential for us to abide by our policy in all circumstances. If you choose to travel with no insurance, you do so at your own risk, and we highly recommend that you familiarise yourself with our cancellation policy.

If for any reason, you need to cancel your booking, we ask that you confirm this with us in writing, and then we will start to process your request.  Please be aware that the following fees will apply:

30+ days prior to departure, your deposit is non-refundable

14 – 29 days prior to departure 50% of the total price of the tour

0 – 14 days prior to departure 100% of the total price of the tour

If you need to cancel, please notify us by email at info@kimberleyoffroadtours.com and write ‘Cancellation {date of tour}’ in the title of the email.  If you fail to join the tour, join it after departure, or decide to leave the tour at anytime, Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours will not provide a refund.

Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours reserves the right to cancel or postpone any tour at any time prior to departure.  This could be the result of road and/or weather conditions, natural disasters, mechanical defects, cultural considerations, or other external events that mean we are unable to operate the itinerary. In this case, we can offer you a complete refund of the money paid to Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours or transfer the costs to another tour.  We are not responsible for any incidental expenses that you may incur as a result of your booking being cancelled or altered by us.

If diesel fuel prices rise, Kimberley Off-Road Adventure Tours reserves the right to charge a diesel fuel levy.