Tours of the Kimberley
Travelling from Broome to Kununurra or Darwin on an organized tour is a great way to see the remote Kimberley without the pressures associated with taking your own vehicle. Most companies offer return tours from Broome and Kununurra, as well as one-way trips running both east and west, so select the one that best fits your schedule.
Adventure Wild adventurewild.com.au. Extensive tours from Broome to Darwin, Kununurra or back to Broome, all of which travel along the Gibb River Road.
Australian Adventure Travel australianadventuretravel.com. Full range of tours, from five to 14 days in length, visiting the Gibb River Road, the Bungle Bungles and the Mitchell Plateau.
Buccaneer Sea Safaris buccaneerseasafaris.com. A range of multi-day eco-adventures and fishing charters along the Kimberley coast. Itineraries range from five to ten nights and there’s a fishing session every day.
East Kimberley Tours eastkimberleytours.com.au. Long-established operator offering tours to the Argyle Diamond Mine and the Bungle Bungles that overnight in its comfortable Bungle Bungles Bushcamp. Self-drive option also available.
Kimberley Extreme Adventures kimberleyextreme.com.au. Morning, afternoon, full-day and overnight tours of the horizontal waterfalls and Kimberley coastline by luxury seaplane and boat.
Kimberley Wild Expeditions kimberleywild.com.au. Based in Broome, this friendly tour company is a one-stop shop for tours of the Kimberley. Short breaks and adventures range from the two-day Kimberley Gorges Escape, which takes in Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek, to the 13-day Kimberley Complete, which includes everything from the Gibb River Road to the Bungle Bungles. Tour guides are professional, experienced and passionate, and group sizes are kept small.
Kingfisher Tours kingfishertours.net. Scenic flights by fixed-wing Cessna over Lake Argyle, the Mitchell Plateau, the Kimberley coast, the Cockburn Ranges and the Bungle Bungles.
Slingair slingair.com.au. Scenic flights over Lake Kununurra, the Argyle Diamond Mine and the Bungle Bungles, plus fly-drive trips into the Bungles and flights from the park itself and from Drysdale River Station in the northern Kimberley. Also Mitchell Falls flight and 4WD combos.
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