Acknowledged as the best way to travel the Northern Territory and Kimberley across the Gibb River Road, self drive holidays allow you the freedom and flexibility to explore at your own pace and to visit as many or as few attractions as you want. Our knowledge and experience of the Northern Territory and Kimberley is unparalleled in the industry.
Whether you are planning to explore Kakadu National Park or the stunning gorges of the Kimberley along the Gibb River Rd we have been doing it since 1999. In fact, we've driven every road and walked every walk, and have very detailed knowledge of the entire region. Our goal is to design and deliver memorable Northern Territory and Kimberley holiday experiences for people who are looking to do it themselves.
Overview: The Northern Territory & Kimberley are some of the most spectacular regions in Australia. Highlights in the Top End include Darwin, Kakadu, Litchfield and Katherine Gorge. The Kimberley is synonymous for Broome, the Bungle Bungles and the attractions off the Gibb River Rd such as El Questro, Emma Gorge, Windjana, Bell Gorge & Tunnel Creek. If you are planning to vist the Red Centre make sure you include Alice Springs, Uluru, Kings Canyon and the McDonnell Ranges.
Roads: The roads in the Northern Territory and the Kimberley range from first-class, all-weather sealed roads such as the Stuart Highway through to iconic 4WD tracks such as the Gibb River Rd. To make a general statement about the condition of any dirt road in the region would be misleading because road conditions could vary from good condition after it has just been graded to very rough with scours, washouts and water over flood ways and creek crossings if there has been recent rain. For more information on tackling the Gibb River Road click here.
Explore Broome's Cable Beach, El Questro and the other Kimberley icons with one of our Kimberley packages.
Explore Kakadu, Litchfield, Katherine and other Top End attractions with one of our Top End packages
Visit magnificent Uluru (Ayres Rock) & Kings Canyon on one of our Red Centre packages.
If you want to visit Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kakadu in the one holiday choose a combination Top End-Red Centre package
If you want to see all of the spectacular attractions across Northern Australia then choose our Top End -Kimberley packages include Cable Beach, El Questro and Kakadu.
Pronounced Blue'ē, it means the collection of possessions carried by a person travelling in the Outback.
Australian Dictionary in 1899: "There's the everlasting swaggie with a bluey on his back who is striking out for sunset on the never-never track".
In the early days you needed food & water to travel in the Outback, these days you need a vehicle and the right information. Our business was created to help people who want to travel through the outback independantly (Self Drive). The obvious name for our business was Bluey.
** The word bluey is also used to refer to a person with red hair.Close