Package Price - starting from $4860 *(refer below)

Package Price Includes:

  • 21 Day 4WD Campervan Hire (click on vehicle images below for more information incl specs)
  • Unlimited Kilometers, GST, Kitchen Kit, Linen, table and chairs, extra drivers fees, stamp duty & admin fee, prepaid gas bottle, Insurance & 4WD Easycover included nil Excess, 4WD outback Safety Kit, Broome Remote Fee & One Way Drop fee.
  • WA National Park Pass - free entry to WA National Parks.
  • Wilderness Park Permit & Campsite accommodation at El Questro & Mornington included (El Questro & Mornington are NOT part of the National Park Network) Cost: A$20.00 per person entry + A$20.00 per person/night
  • Comprehensive 4WD Travel pack with detailed maps, information, itinerary advice and recommendations on what to see and where to camp (received before you travel so you can plan &/or ask us any questions).

Vehicle Options: refer below

Price includes: National Park Entries and Campsite Accommodation

El Questro

Package includes Wilderness Park Entry and 2 nights unpowered campsite at El Questro Wilderness Park and Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary.

National Park Entries

The National Park Passes included in this package entitle you to unlimited entry to all the National parks and Wildlife reserves in the Kimberley for all people in the vehicle

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 (Suggestion Only): Arrive Darwin:

Arrive in Darwin and pick up your vehicle before picking up supplies and spending the rest of the day experiencing the relaxed atmosphere and local highlights Darwin has to offer. Darwin is a modern city whose flair and charm is a real surprise to people who aren't expecting it. Visit some of its great attractions, and great eateries or café's. Well attended markets & sensational sunsets cap off a great day.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 2 (Suggestion Only): Darwin to Litchfield

Travel the 140 km from Darwin to Litchfield National Park. Litchfield offers year round swimming amongst attractive and easily accessible surrounds. Characterised by a spring fed Plateau. Unlike Kakadu and other spots in the top end, waterfalls flow all year round at Litchfield. Their are number of swimming options including the stunning Buley Rockhole & Wangi Falls.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 3 (Suggestion Only): Litchfield to Kakadu

An early start travelling from Litchfield to Kakadu, stopping off & exploring the scenery and attractions around the Mary River Wetlands. Unfortunately the wetlands are overlooked by most people as they rush towards Kakadu. One of the most populated biomass region in the world offers stunning views of waterbirds & jumping crocodiles. Arrive into Kakadu and begin exploring this sensational National park.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 4 (Suggestion Only): Explore Kakadu National Park:

A full day exploring some the main attractions in the northern and central sections of this exceptional National Park. Take the option of a scenic flight over the spectacular wetlands and arnhemland escarpment (extra cost) or explore the rock art bushwalks and safe swimming hole near Nourlangie (Kakadu's most popular attraction). Please note your 4WD is allowed into Jim Jim Twin Falls so you have the option to spend part of the day exploring this spectacular region.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 5 (Suggestion Only): Kakadu to Katherine

Another great day explore the attractions in the southern region of Kakadu at your own pace. A really early morning Yellow Water Cruise, (maybe). Head south & experience the great walks around Yurmikmik and a serene waterfall and plunge pool at Gunlom. Leave the park and head towards Katherine, take the time to stop off at historic Pine Creek or stop over for a swim at picturesque Edith Falls.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 6 (Suggestion Only): Around Katherine ( Katherine Gorge)

Drive the 30km from Katherine to the most visited landmark in the region. Katherine Gorge is carved through the Arnhemland plateau. It is a continuous gorge, running along perpendicular fault lines that are separated during the dry season by rock bars. The spectacle of the river, shear cliffs and rock art make this an excellent place to explore. Photos do not do this area justice.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 7 (Suggestion Only): Katherine to Kununurra

A long 500km drive from Katherine to Kununurra with a relaxing stopover half way at Timber Creek. A truly spectacular drive amongst some picturesque scenery. Along the way you will cross over the beautiful Victoria River and escarpements. Your departure time will depend on what time you want to arrive at Kununurra and which attractions you want to visit around Kununurra (eg Lake Argyle, Keep River National Park) and along the Victoria Highway.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 8 (Suggestion Only): Around Kununurra (optional Mitchell Falls or Argyle Diamond Tour)

A full day to relax and/or explore the stunning attractions around Kununurra. Depending on your interests choose between a number of world class attractions including Lake Argyle & the Ord River or the spectacular scenery and bushwalks of Keep River National Park. Alternatively choose a guided tour into the Mitchell Falls or the Argyle Diamond Mine. (all are extra cost options - for costs refer to summary below).

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 9 (Suggestion Only): Kununurra to Bungle Bungles

Depending on your interests and how you spent yesterday, spend some time exploring attractions around Kununurra including Mirima National Park before heading down the highway to the Bungle Bungle National Park. The drive into the Park is an attraction in itself. Several open creek and river crossings and inspiring scenery make this slow track a great 4WD trek. Depending on what time you arrive into the Bungles begin exploring some of the stunning walks.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 10 (Suggestion Only): Around Bungle Bungles

A full day to relax and explore the simply awesome Bungle Bungles. A short drive to the start of the walk to Cathedral Gorge gets you up close to the widely photographed beehive domes. Cathedral Gorge is incredibly stunning with its towering beehive cliff faces and cold pool of water fringed by a sandy beach. Later in the day you have the option to drive the full length of the Bungles to Echidna Chasm, Frog Hole Gorge & Mini Palms Gorge where you will experience a very different aspect on the Bungles.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 11: Bungle Bungles - El Questro Station

Today has you departing the Bungle Bungles and heading towards El Questro at whatever time of the day suits. Today you will reach the start of the Gibb River Road. Along the way visit Tier Gorge or Canteen Waterhole before arriving into Emma Gorge. The strenuous walk to Emma falls is well worth the effort and you will marvel at its beauty of Emma Falls. Depending on what time you arrive into El Questro take the opportunity to enjoy the spectacular scenery, bushwalk amongst the many spectacular gorges, fish for the mighty barramundi or take a cruise down Chamberlain Gorge. You'll be supplied with all the information you need to make the decision on the day.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 12 (Suggestion Only): Around El Questro Station

Spend most of the day exploring the awesome attractions and things to do at El Questro Station. There are all sorts of station activities including flights, heli-fishing, gorge cruises, horseback, camel-riding, and bushwalks. El Questro Gorge is the most spectacular walk in the park making its way through narrow and shear cliff faces, clear rock pools and tropical rainforest.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 13 (Suggestion Only): El Questro - Manning Gorge

Today, depart El Questro and head down the Gibb River Road at whatever time of the day suits.Your first challenge will be crossing the mighty Pentecost river (be careful). Along the way marvel at the stunning scenery and some of the great attractions along the Gibb River Road. On arrival into Manning Gorge, pause at Mt Barnett roadhouse, to refuel and have some ice creams! You will will make camp at the beautiful Manning Gorge with time to explore its rugged beauty.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 14 (Suggestion Only): Manning Gorge - Mornington Wilderness Camp

Depart Manning Gorge and travel along the Gibb River Rd and follow the 4WD track to the wilderness retreat of Mornington Wilderness Park. This part of the Kimberley is little known in the mainstream but is the highlight of most people's trips. The scenery and gorges are unforgetable. Your departure time from Mount Elizabeth will depend on what time you want to arrive at Mornington and which of the stunning attractions you want to explore along the way. Choose to visit, relax and swim at Barnett River Gorge.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 15 (Suggestion Only): Around Mornington Wilderness Camp

A full day to explore Mornington Wilderness Park. Spend the day exploring the Kimberleys most beautiful gorges including Dimond Gorge with its spectacular towering cliffs and awe inspiring colours. Sir John Gorge: with great scenery & swimming in beautiful clear water, with its moderately easy walks as well as a 20km walk along the gorge if interested and appropriately prepared. Beautiful sunsets great walks and the option to canoe up Diamond Gorge will make today one of the highlights of your trip to the Kimberley.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 16 (Suggestion Only): Mornington - Bell Gorge

After a hearty breakfast (included in your package) spend the morning enjoying more of Mornington before heading back out to the Gibb River Road and spending the afternoon exploring Adcock Gorge and Bell Gorge. (one of the most picturesque gorges in the Kimberley) After a memorable afternoon swimming, photography and bushwalking return to Bell Gorge Campground where you will spend the night.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 17 (Suggestion Only): Bell Gorge to Derby

Continue your Kimberley adventure along the Gibb River Road. An adventurous day exploring the famous gorges and landforms of the West Kimberley. Explore at your own pace and marvel at the natural landforms such as Lennard River Gorge, Windjana Gorge (an ancient underwater reef that is now above ground) and Tunnel Creek (bring your bathers and flashlight) before spending the night at Derby.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 18 (Suggestion Only): Derby to Cape Leveque

Spend the day driving from Derby to Cape Leveque at whatever time suites. Your departure time will depend on whether you choose to do a tour of the Horizontal Waterfalls (extra cost) and what time you want to arrive at Cape Leveque with its rugged pindan cliffs and sparkling tropical waters. While the road between Derby and the Dampier Peninsula turnoff (190km) has few recognised attractions, the Cape Leveque Rd north offers rich aboriginal culture and history amongst its coastal communities as well as pristine beaches.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 19 (Suggestion Only): Around Cape Leveque

A relaxing day on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Cape Leveque is a great way to unwind at the end of your 21 day northern Australia adventure. The picturesque coastline around Cape Leveque is truly spectacular and remains pristine. A great day exploring the Cape, strolling on the beach and watching the magnificent sunsets along this spectacular piece of the Kimberley. For the more adventurous, take a half day cultural tour of the cape or take on a guided or self guided fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling tour. Equipment is available for hire if you choose the self guided options.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 20 (Suggestion Only): Cape Leveque to Broome

Drive from Cape Leveque to Broome at whatever time of day suits you. Your departure time will depend on what time you want to arrive at Broome and which attractions you want to visit along the way. The Dampier Peninsula has some rich aboriginal culture and history amongst its coastal communities. You also have the opportunity to visit Willie Creek Pearl Farms or Cygnet Bay Pearl Farms. The only public access Pearl farms in the Kimberley.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Day 21 (Suggestion Only): Depart Broome

A free day to relax and swim at Cable Beach, shop for pearls or explore more of Broome's highlights depending on what time and how you are leaving Broome. Please note Vehicle needs to be returned before 4pm.

Refer to the Travel Pack for highlights and recommended campgrounds

Price Includes - Comprehensive Travel Pack - **Received before you travel**

  • Comprehensive travel pack with detailed information and recommendations so that you can plan your own itinerary and tweak each day based on your interests.

  • Travel pack will be mailed to you (within Australia) well before travel so you have time to read it, ask us any questions and make plans. (Please note if you require pack to be mailed internationally you may incur additional cost to price quoted)

  • Pack includes campground and campsite recommendations with photos. Also detailed maps, walking notes & recommendations on where to get fuel and food.

  • Extensively road tested. No need to spend precious time at visitor centres. Exclusive Created by Us - Specifically for campervan travel.

Tour & Activity Options (extra cost)

Ask us to prebook any of the following popular tours and activities to guarantee availability

Mary River - Jumping Croc Cruise

Watch in awe as a crocodile jumps out of the water at one of the NTs major rivers in the safety of a boat. The Jumping Croc Cruise is popular tour. Cost: A$40 C$25.

Kakadu - Scenic Flights

View the stunning escarpment, mighty rivers and unforgettable landscape on a fixed wing plane or helicopter. Cost: Plane: A$150 C$120(30min) A$250 C$200(60min) Heli: $230pp(20min) $335pp(30min).

Kakadu - Yellow Waters Cruise

View the exceptional wildlife on a Yellow Waters cruise in Cooinda Cost: 1.5HR A$72 C$50, 2HR A$90 C$62 Sunrise (Incl B/fast): A$99 C$70 Sunset: A$90 C$62.

Katherine - Gorge Cruise

View the enormous and stunning Katherine Gorge on either a 2hr (2 Gorge) or 3.5hr (3 Gorge) Cruise. Cost: 2HR A$89 C$44.50 3.5HR A$129 C$63.50.

Argyle Diamond Tour - Ex Kununurra

Day tour to the Argyle Diamond Mine ex Kununurra where you land for a ground tour of the worlds largest producer of diamonds. Reboard your plane back to Kununurra via Bungle Bungles. Cost: A$769 (Child <12 not allowed).

Mitchell Falls - Ex Kununurra

Fly over the magestic waterfalls and wilderness to the Mitchell Plateau. Then a 4km walk to the falls where you will enjoy a picnic lunch, returning to the airstrip by helicopter. Then reboard your aircraft to return. Cost: A$995 C$955.

Lake Argyle Cruises - Kununurra

Journey to Lake Argyle for a stunning cruise to experience the best of this magnificent lake. Cost: Luncheon Cruise: A$125 C$70 Sunset: A$90 C$55 Ord River Cruise: A$185 C$145 Lake & Ord River Combination: A$320 C$215.

Heli Flight - Bungle Bungles

Enjoy a spectacular heli flight over the Bungles from the Bungles Helipad. Cost: 18min $269pp 30min $399pp 42min $495pp.

Canoe Hire - Mornington

Hire canoes to explore the magnificent gorges around Mornington. *NB Canoe numbers are limited* Cost: Dimond Gorge (2km one way) $70 per canoe Sir John Gorge (4km one way) $185 per canoe including hamper lunch.

Horizontal Falls Overnight - ex Derby

Take a spectacular seaplane flight to the Horizontal Falls & exhilarating fastboat ride through the falls. Then cruise the bays & creeks. Spend the night in private room on board a luxury houseboat. Departs 2.15pm returns 8.15am Cost: A$895pp.

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2017/2018 Package Pricing From:



All Inclusive Price
OUTBACK 4WD
5 Berth (ground tent)
$4860
SAFARI LANDCRUISER 4WD
5 Berth (roof mounted tent)
$5280

* Please note prices are subject to change and will depend on time of travel. To get rates for your dates of travel click on Quote / Book Online. Rates displayed above are based on travel in May 2017

Terms and Conditions

Price Includes:

  • 21 Day 4WD Campervan Hire (click on vehicle image below for more information and vehicle specs)
  • all inclusive with, Unlimited Kilometers, GST, Kitchen Kit , Linen, table and chairs, Insurance & 4WD Easycover included nil Excess, extra drivers fee, stamp duty and admin fee, 4WD outback Safety Kit, pre-purchase gas, one way fee, Broome remote fee.
  • National Park Pass offering free entry to the Kimberley's National Parks.
  • Wilderness Park Permit and 4 nights Campsite accommodation at El Questro & Mornington (NOT part of the National Park Network) Cost: A$20.00 per person entry + A$20.00 per person/night.
  • Travel pack with detailed information, recommendations and maps.

Price Does Not Include:

  • Fuel - vehicle supplied with full tank to be returned full
  • Food - Cost of supermarket supplies at customer expense
  • Cost of any tours or activities (extra cost)
  • Traveler to organise his/her own flights to & from Darwin & Broome.
  • Taxi transfers between depots and airports
  • All Drivers must be over 21 and have a valid drivers licence.

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