Bucket list and sunshine
Bungle Bungles, Gibb River Road, El Questro, Horizontal Falls, Dampier Peninsula, Windjana Gorge, Lake Argyle and Cable Beach. Are any or all of these on your bucket list?
The Kimberley has long been a bucket list destination for Australians with many Victorians flocking to the region to be mesmerised by the natural beauty.
Victorians make up more than 25 per cent of interstate visitors to the Kimberley with the majority between May and August. This is ideal as it allows an escape from chilly winters while coinciding with when the hardest to reach, and most amazing, destinations are accessible.
Imagine soaring above the Buccaneer Archipelago before boating through Horizontal Falls, strolling among the honeycomb domes of Purnululu (Bungle Bungle) National Park, a short hike before a swim at Bell Gorge, bathing in the warm waters of Zebedee Springs or watching the sunset at Cable Beach. This can all happen in comfort!
“A lot of people think you have to do it rough to experience the best the Kimberley has to offer,” said David Teakle, the owner of Kimberley Outback Tours, a tour company specialising in small group tours through the Kimberley.
“We cater to +60 year olds so we know that privacy and a good night sleep is paramount to enjoying a holiday, especially when we are hiking, swimming, flying and boating.”
And to quote from one of the many five-star TripAdvisor reviews: “Accommodation was excellent everywhere we went and so much delicious food, we were spoilt.”
Kimberley Outback Tours offers nine-day and 13-day tours through the Kimberley with 2024 places selling fast.
These action packed tours take you to all the major Kimberley sites, in luxury 4×4 coaches, with a maximum of 20 passengers.
For those that don’t want to be on tour for quite so long there are shorter options soon to be available.
“We are going to offer three- and four-night tours to Gibb River Road where we have an exclusive camp and are taking pre-sale interest now,” Mr Teakle said.
Head to Kimberley Outback Tours’ website at kimberleyoutbacktours.com.au or phone 1300 286 453.
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