Experience the wild beauty of the Kimberley on this five-day getaway. From dusty, red roads to majestic gorges and stunning coastlines, there's plenty to discover. Explore secret caves in Tunnel Creek and search out wildlife at Windjana Gorge. Head to the Dampier Peninsula to explore a region of pristine beaches, dramatic coastlines and Aboriginal cultures. There's plenty of free time along the way to take bush walks or go snorkelling in the sparkling Indian Ocean.
Day 1 Broome/Geikie Gorge
Travel from the laidback town of Broome to Geikie Gorge. Enjoy a cruise through the gorge to learn about its geology, local Aboriginal culture and the wild moods of the Kimberley.
Day 2 Tunnel Creek/Windjana Gorge/Broome
xplore hidden caves and see wildlife at Tunnel Creek then search out crocodiles and bush tucker at Windjana Gorge. Visit the Boab Prison Tree before returning to Broome.
Days 3-4 Cape Leveque
Traverse the Dampier Peninsula along rugged 4x4 tracks towards Cape Leveque. The shimmering waters, white sandy coastline and red rocky clifftops here embody the Kimberley's wild beauty. Visit a local Indigenous community and learn about traditional Bardi 'saltwater country'. End the day with a spectacular Kimberly sunset and a barbecue under the stars.
Day 5 Broome
Spend the day further exploring Dampier Peninsula. Witness tidal flows at Buccaneer Archipelago, stop off for lunch with the Lombadina community and drive back into Broome at dusk.