Kununurra Bungle Bungles Broome Tour

Kununurra to Broome via Bungle Bungles - 4 Nights

Duration

4 Nights

Time of Year

May - September

Cost

$1,950

Code

KBB4

Tour Type

Small Group
Fully Guided
4WD Touring
Camping

Key Locations

Kununurra to Broome

Bungle Bungles
Cathedral Gorge
Echidna Chasm
Fitzroy Crossing
Geike Gorge
Broome

If you are short on time or budget you can travel with us for 4 nights including these highlights:

Kununurra
Purnululu National Park
Bungle Bungles
Cathedral Gorge
Echidna Chasm
Fitzroy Crossing
Geike Gorge
Broome

Reflections on Lake Kununurra, a part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme in the Kimberley.
Reflections on Lake Kununurra
Kununurra town overview
Kununurra Town Overview
Exploring Picaninny Creek & the conical beehive domes of the Bungle Bungles, Purnululu National Park, the Kimberley
Picaninny Creek
On an extremely low tide in Broome, the wrecks of Catalina flying boats bombed in 1942 are visible, walking out from Town Beach.
On an extremely low tide in Broome, the wrecks of Catalina flying boats bombed in 1942 are visible if you walk out from Town Beach.

The Journey

We explore the lush tropical town of Kununurra and check out some galleries and historical places of interest.

If you’d enjoy some adventure, you can join a tour to Lake Argyle or take a cruise along the Ord River for some crocodile and bird spotting. There are also options for fishing, scenic flights and horse riding.

After leaving Kununurra our next destination is Ivanhoe Crossing. From there we travel on to the fascinating Warmum Arts Centre to see and learn about some Aboriginal art. We chat to some Indigenous artists and learn some more about the local culture. If you are ready for a thrill, there is the option of taking a Bungle Bungles helicopter tour. This is a spectacular place. We’ll be camping at the Bungle Bungle Station Campsite for the next two days.

3 The Bungle Bungles are incredible. Feel dwarfed by nature & the conical grey & oranged banded beehive domes, Purnululu National Park_ - Day 10
The Bungle Bungles are incredible. Feel dwarfed by nature and the conical grey and orange banded beehive domes, Purnululu National Park.
Reflections on Lake Argyle, a reservoir & part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme, near Kununurra in the East Kimberley
Reflections on Lake Argyle, a reservoir & part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme, near Kununurra in the East Kimberley.

Purnululu National Park is a fascinating place. We walk though the Bungle Bungles, visit Picanniny Creek, Cathedral Gorge and Echidna Chasm.

 At this stage of the tour we are travelling on the Great Northern Highway. We visit fascinating landmarks like China Wall, Halls Creek and Fitzroy Crossing. On our final night we stay at an exclusive campsite beside a billabong on a working cattle station.

On our final day final day of travel we take a complimentary Geikie Gorge Cruise on the Fitzroy River. It is then back to Broome to celebrate the end of this leg of your Kimberley Adventure.

Day by Day

4 nights, Kununurra to Broome

Tour Inclusions

We have a "no surprises" pricing policy. The cost of the tour covers everything except some optional tours.

What Is Covered

Air-conditioned 4WD bus travel

All meals, snacks, water

Fully guided walks

Camping ground fees

National park entrance fees

Tents supplied

Geike Gorge Cruise

Water Canteen*

Canvas Travel Bag*

Swag: mattress, sleeping bag* , linen, pillow & pillowcase

*free to keep

What Isn't Covered

BYO Alcohol

Spending Money: Allow some spending money for shops you visit.
Optional Tours: We pack in a lot to our itinerary, but we can let you know about some extra experiences available if you'd like to add even more adventure. Examples include helicopter flights over the Bungle Bungles or Mitchell Falls, horse riding with El Questro, and packaged cruises for Chamberlain Gorge and the Ord River.

Our detailed Information page provides answers to frequently asked questions and helps you plan and prepare for your tour.

Options if you are Short on Time or Budget?

Check out these limited availability options that cover just a section of our main itinerary.

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