Tour the very best of the Kimberley

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Ex­plore the Kimberley with the out­back’s lead­ing small-group tour op­er­a­tor, Out­back Spirit.

From hum­ble be­gin­nings in the late 1990s, Out­back Spirit has grown to be­come one of the largest tourism op­er­a­tors in the Kimberley.

On Out­back Spirit’s most pop­u­lar tour of the Kimberley, guests travel in a small group aboard five-star all-ter­rain Mercedes-Benz ve­hi­cles and stay in the re­gion’s best wilder­ness lodges, in­clud­ing the com­pany’s very own Ngauwudu Sa­fari Camp, the most lux­u­ri­ous tented ac­com­mo­da­tion on the Mitchell Plateau. Built ex­clu­sively for Out­back Spirit guests, Ngauwudu (pro­nounced Nar-woo-doo) fea­tures 14 deluxe Sa­fari Suites with en­suite bath­rooms and al­lows for an in-depth ex­plo­ration of the Mitchell Plateau, in­clud­ing the four-tiered Mitchell Falls. Here you can view Gwion Gwion and Wand­jina rock art gal­leries on a guided walk with Indige­nous in­ter­preters.

Journey along the Gibb River Road and im­merse your­self in the nat­u­ral beauty of spec­tac­u­lar gorges, wa­ter­falls and swim­ming holes, in­clud­ing Wind­jana Gorge, Bell Gorge and Gal­vans Gorge. En­joy a stay at El Que­stro Wilder­ness Park and an ex­clu­sive visit to Morn­ing­ton Wildlife Sanc­tu­ary, a 312,000-hectare nat­u­ral­ist’s par­adise on the up­per Fitzroy River.

Dis­cover the mas­sive tides of the Kimberley Coast with an ad­ven­ture to the Hor­i­zon­tal Falls. This in­trigu­ing nat­u­ral phe­nom­e­non, lo­cated within Tal­bot Bay in the Buc­ca­neer Ar­chi­pel­ago, oc­curs when the sec­ond-largest tides in the world hur­tle through two nar­row coastal gorges, cre­at­ing a ‘hor­i­zon­tal wa­ter­fall ef­fect’.

For a com­pletely dif­fer­ent per­spec­tive, Out­back Spirit also of­fers guests the op­por­tu­nity to visit the Kimberley in the Wet, the re­gion’s most dra­matic sea­son. See this land­scape in its full glory with swollen rivers, flow­ing wa­ter­falls and fa­mous Kimberley thun­der­storms. With roads un­pass­able, you’ll take to the air in char­tered he­li­copters for a unique view of the re­gion.

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