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Darwin is the largest city in Northern Australia and is closer to our Asian neighbours than it is to Melbourne or Sydney. Darwin is surrounded by water, including the Timor Sea and Beagle Gulf, as well as many large tidal rivers and estuaries. Nationalities from 47 countries make Darwin a unique, multi-cultural city. During the “Dry Season”, Darwin comes alive with cultural festivals, sporting and racing events, theatre and the Mindil Beach Markets. The idyllic weather makes for great outdoor living and entertainment. Darwin’s location makes it a perfect place to base yourself for visits to Katherine, Kakadu and the Kimberley region. Kimberley Dreams four wheel drive safaris will meet you in Darwin or Broome to commence your private charter. Pre and post tour accommodation can be arranged if required. Our well equipped four wheel drive vehicles are used to handle the rugged conditions found in the Kimberley. Our safaris comprise camping, accommodated or a mixture of both. If camping, we provide quality camping gear (tents, swags, sleeping bags, linen and pillows). If you choose to be accommodated, the best available basic accommodation will be provided – usually at homesteads/stations. All meals will be provided while touring, please advise us of any special dietary requirements. Meals are cooked over the camp fire or on the BBQ. While touring you will experience as much activity as you wish – all itineraries are flexible and can be tailored to suit your particular needs. One of the many highlights of the Kimberley is travelling the Gibb River Road, which is six hundred kilometres of scenic dirt road, escarpment, gorges and waterholes. Visit El Questro Station, Jacks Waterhole, Manning Gorge, Bell Gorge, Barnett River Gorge,...Read More
Katherine is 330km south of Darwin. After the devastating floods of 1998, Katherine has been rebuilt and is now a major stopping off point to all Northern Australian destinations. Katherine’s best known feature is Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk); a towering escarpment, spectacular scenery, water birds and freshwater crocodiles which can all be seen by taking a cruise on the Gorge. For the more energetic canoes can be hired, where paddling the gorges is a rewarding experience. Bush walking and hikes of 3 – 10 days are also available. Distance from Katherine to Kununurra is...Read More
Kununurra is situated in the East Kimberley region, just inside the Western Australian border and was originally built to service the Ord Dam and irrigation project. The thriving town now plays a major role in development and research, agriculture, tourism and diamond mining. The Argyle Diamond Mine produces some of the worlds most beautiful stones. Surrounded by water, National Parks and beautiful landscapes, activities available include canoeing, hiking, bird watching and cruising Lake Argyle and the Ord River. Kununurra offers easy access to the Bungle Bungles and EL Questro Station. Parry’s Lagoon offers bird-watchers a complete haven. The Kununurra area offers some great scenic and wildlife experiences, such as: Half day Lake Kununurra Cruise – The entire lake is viewed on this tour. Visit the magnificent Charlton Gorge and rainforests like Cooliman Pocket Creek. Half day Lake Argyle Cruise – your guide will provide a transfer from Kununurra to Lake Argyle, a 72km scenic drive. The cruise explores the rugged northern end of the lake, where you will experience spectacular scenery. wildlife is also prolific – wallabies, birds, fish and maybe even crocodiles can be seen. Lake Argyle Diamond Mine – The option to fly or drive to the biggest diamond producing mine in the world. Argyle Diamond Mine produces the rare pink diamond and is one of the most technologically advanced mines in the world. Kununurra Town Tour – A short but interesting tour that visits Kelly’s Nob, Hidden Valley National Park, Diversion Dam and irrigation area....Read More
200,000 hectares in area including 45,000 hectares of the Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park (1987) lies 110 kilometres north of Halls Creek and 260 kilometres south of Kununurra in the Kimberley region of eastern Western Australia. Local Aboriginal inhabitants play a major role in determining visitor access to sites within the park. Rugged conditions restrict ground access to 4WD vehicles only, while a scenic flight from a number of locations allows the best view of the famous “bee hive” rock formations (sandstone domes with bands of black lichen). The park is closed from January to April due to monsoonal conditions. Bird and animal life is abundant within the park, along with a diverse reptile population. Eucalypts and spinifex dominate the landscape, while Livistona palms can be found in many of the gorges and...Read More
Broome is situated on the north west coast of Western Australia. The small community has a past rich with history, but not without tragedy. Broome was important to Australia’s early pearling industry and is still one of the world’s most well known pearl centres. Local Aborigines were among the first pearl divers, but were slowly replaced by Japanese divers in the early 1900’s. Due to lack of underwater breathing apparatus many divers lost their lives. A cemetery in Broome reflects the hardship of this era. At certain times of the year the “Staircase to the Moon” (a phenomenon occurring at full moon that should not be missed) gives the impression, on a waterless Roebuck Bay, of a stairway to the moon. Cable Beach stretches along the Indian Ocean’s rolling coastline. Enormous white sandy beaches appear as the huge tides recede, exposing some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Some of the many attractions and activities to experience: Chinatown Broome Crocodile Park Willie Creek Pearl Farm Broome Bird Observatory Camel Treks Sun Pictures Diving Cape Leveque Deep Sea Fishing Gantheaume Point Scenic Flights to Derby Anastasia’s Pool Dinosaur Footprints...Read More
Some of the most spectacular and picturesque scenery in Northern Australia is to be discovered along the Gibb River Road. The Gibb River Road is approximately 600 kilometres of scenic dirt road, accessible by four wheel drive vehicles only, which was once a track used to drove cattle to Derby for export. As we travel along the Gibb River, places of interest include EL Questro Station; one of the world’s most unique holiday destinations. EL Questro offers luxury homestead accommodation, Emma Gorge tented cabins, bungalows and camping on the Pentecost River. Activities are endless – cruising the Chamberlain Gorge, viewing Wandjina rock art, fishing for Barramundi, relaxing in Zebedee thermal springs, horse riding, or simply relaxing and unwinding. Durack River Station is one of three pastoral properties owned and operated by the Sinnamon Family. Jack’s Waterhole is a great stop for a swim or picnic lunch. For a real wilderness experience travel to Drysdale River National Park via the Gibb River/Kalumburu Road, the sheer escarpment that surrounds the area is abundant with Aboriginal art sites, gorges and waterfalls. Mostly accessable by foot only. With prior notice we are able to take clients into Theda Station, activities available incorporate station lifestyle, fishing, bushwalking and simply spectacular galleries of Bradshaw art. Mitchell Plateau/Falls, situated in the far north of the Kimberley, is accessed by the Warrender Road off the Gibb River/Kalumburu Road. The topography of the Mitchell Plateau is old, rugged and amazingly beautiful. For bird watchers, the Mitchell Plateau is a delight, with species such as White Bellied Sea Eagles, Brahminy Kites and Brolgas, which are all residents to the area. The Livistona Palm thrives up on the plateau and...Read More
With a team of highly motivated, knowledgeable guides delivering unforgettable holidays
Kimberley Dreams is a specialist four wheel drive, private charter tour company based in Darwin in the Northern Territory, Australia. As a team of highly motivated local people active in all aspects of tourism, we have pooled our resources, knowledge and experience to give you the best in four wheel drive touring from Darwin to Broome or Broome to Darwin.
This itinerary is designed for small group travel. For people who have an interest or would like to learn more about Aboriginal Art and Culture. It is also for the adventurous and reasonably fit as you will be camping and venturing into remote areas such as Mitchell Plateau deep in the Kimberley Region.
Kimberley Dreams adventure safaris travel from Darwin to Broome or Broome to Darwin. Experience the spectacular Kimberley region and North Western Australia. During the “Dry Season”, Darwin comes alive with cultural festivals, sporting and racing events, and the idyllic weather makes for great outdoor living and entertainment.