Kimberley and Top End

A$7,977
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A$7,977
NEW

The Top End and The Kimberley region is an enormous area of remote rugged beauty, with striking rock formations, cascading waterfalls and cooling waterholes, impressive stone escarpments carved with chasms and gorges, and lush mangroves teeming with birds and wildlife. It is also a land that is spiritually rich. With its ancient Indigenous culture and incredible natural diversity, this is an epic 14 day journey that will certainly blow your mind!

Our small group of solos will travel from Darwin to Broome in the comfort of a 24 seater 6wd air-conditioned coach. The tour has been meticulously designed to take you right into the heart of the region to explore our favourite attractions, while still maintaining that perfect balance of activities and a comfortable pace. Our tour is fully accommodated, with no camping. Each night, you will stay at either lodge, resort, hotel or motel accommodation, and of course you will have your very own room/cabin with en-suite facilities.

The 14 day tour begins in Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory and will take you through Kakadu National Park and Nourlangie Rock, before travelling southwest from Katherine to the border of Western Australia and Kununurra. From Kununurra west to Broome, we get the opportunity to immerse ourselves in a myriad of leisurely activities, from viewing the monumental rock formations of Purnululu National Park ( Bungle Bungles mountain range), to moderate hiking through spectacular stone gorges such as Katherine, Emma, Geike, Wandjina and Tunnel Creek. We will enjoy lots of swimming opportunities along the way, usually at the base of breathtaking waterfalls, including the stunning Emma Gorge and Zebedee Springs Thermal Pools.

Our tour also includes boat cruises along the calm waters of Lake Argyle, Geike, Katherine and the very popular Yellow Waters sunset cruise.

We have tailored the end date of this tour to coincide with the amazing natural phenomenon that is ‘The Staircase to the Moon’ in Broome. This is a very popular event that occurs when the full moon rises across Roebuck Bay’s exposed flood plains to create the illusion of a staircase leading from the beach directly to the full moon. You will be able to experience the vibrancy of Town Beach’s staircase markets on the last night before sitting back under the stars to reflect on the memories of this iconic Australian adventure with your fellow travellers.

What a fitting way to end 14 days of exploring such a breathtaking region of Australia.

Will you join us?

DAY 1: Saturday 15th May 2021    
DARWIN (D)

You can arrive in Darwin any time today. Enjoy the afternoon to settle in, and in the evening join your Two’s a Crowd tour host and fellow travellers for the group welcome dinner.

Accommodation: Your own Hilton Guest room with en-suite at the Double Tree by Hilton Darwin


DAY 2: Sunday 16th May 2021    
KAKADU NATIONAL PARK AND ARNHEM LAND (B, L, D)

We will depart the hotel at 7.30am this morning to make our way towards World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park, travelling along the Arnhem highway and into Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve. These wetlands have international significance because of their beauty and natural ecosystems. A great variety of fauna can be found here as well as a large variety of birdlife. It is the largest national park in Australia, which hosts some of the world’s finest Aboriginal rock art and a mind-boggling variety of habitats, including floodplains and savannah woodlands. Our first stop within the park is Bowali Visitor Centre, where you can gain insight into the landscapes and wildlife of Kakadu. Then we head to the very north of the park, to Ubirr where we will enjoy a guided walk through galleries of ancient Aboriginal rock art. You will learn about bush tuckers and bush medicines before reaching the top of the plateau, where you can relax and enjoy the spectacular view over the floodplains and the panoramic vistas of Arnhem Land escarpment.

Accommodation: Your own superior room with en-suite at the Mercure Crocodile Hotel

DAY 3: Monday 17th May 2021   
NOURLANGIE & YELLOW WATERS WETLANDS (B, L, D)

After breakfast we visit the monumental Nourlangie Rock, an ancient Aboriginal shelter, where we will explore the area and the rock art. Your guide will lead you on an interpretive walk around the site, followed by Nawalandja lookout and the beautiful Anbangbang Billabong. The short hike to the lookout is rewarded by a magnificent view over the Arnhem Land escarpment. Our next stop is the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, for an insight into the cultural heritage of the park. Late this afternoon, we will board the Yellow Waters wetlands sunset cruise. Yellow Waters billabong is located at the end of Jim Jim Creek, a tributary of the South Alligator River. This is the largest river system in Kakadu and contains extensive wetlands, including river channels, floodplains and backwater swamps. About one third of Australia’s bird species are represented in Kakadu National Park, with at least 60 species found in these wetlands. There are also plenty of crocodiles in their natural habitat, and buffalo on the floodplains.

Accommodation: Your own standard room with en-suite at Kakadu Lodge Cooinda


DAY 4: Tuesday 18th May 2021      
WATERFALL CREEK, EDITH FALLS – KATHERINE (B, L, D)

Today we travel to the very south of Kakadu park, to Waterfall Creek. After a scenic drive in, on an unsealed dirt road, we arrive at the magical Gunlom Plunge Pool which is a large swimming hole at the base of a stunning waterfall, shaded by tall gum trees, wonderful for a swim. You also have the option to take the walk to the top of the falls where pristine rockpools and a spectacular view await you. Departing Kakadu through the southern entrance, we now head south to Katherine, with a stop at Leilyn (Edith Falls), part of Nitmiluk National Park and well known for its picturesque waterfalls and pools. Here we can enjoy a swim at the large pool at the base of the escarpment.

Accommodation: Your own queen room with en-suite at The Beagle Motor Inn, Katherine


DAY 5: Wednesday 19th May 2021   
KATHERINE GORGE, VICTORIA RIVER – LAKE ARGYLE (B, L, D)

This morning we travel to Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge, home to 13 spectacular gorges, carved out of the rock by torrential summer rains, over millions of years. Here we will take a cruise along the emerald waters, viewing the beautiful scenery and discovering the customs of the traditional owners, the Jawoyn people.

Now we begin our journey west, stopping en route at the Victoria River, one of the largest tidal influenced rivers in the Territory with an abundance of saltwater crocodiles.We cross through the border into Western Australia and onto Lake Argyle, Australia’s largest man- made lake, covering 1000sq km and built as part of the Ord River scheme. It offers a great expanse of water from which steep red rocky slopes reach up approximately 150m, in awe-inspiring grandeur.

Accommodation: Your own Kimberley cabin with en-suite at Lake Argyle Resort.


Day 6 – Thursday 20th May 2021  
LAKE ARGYLE – EMMA GORGE (B, L, D)

After breakfast, we head out to Lake Argyle for a relaxing 2 hour morning cruise. Take in the untamed landscape of the magnificent Carr Boyd Ranges along the inaccessible North Western shoreline as you gently cruise through some of Lake Argyles 90 islands and inlets.

Then we pop into Kununurra to collect fresh supplies before heading to Emma Gorge, part of El Questro Wilderness Park, which is a million acres in size. We have a 2 night stay at our beautiful resort, so there will be plenty of time to relax and explore. En route, we visit the beautiful Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve, which offers excellent bird watching in the comfort of the purpose-built bird hide or from one of the walkways. We also stop to enjoy the breathtaking views from Telegraph Hill, over the billabong and wetlands.

Accommodation: Your own private tented en-suite cabin at Emma Gorge Resort


Day 7 – Friday 21st May 2021   
EMMA GORGE (B, L, D) 

We start today with a dip at the Zebedee Springs thermal pools, set amongst shady palm trees. This afternoon you can take the walk to the beautiful Emma Gorge and waterfall, at your leisure. A cool reward awaits you at the end of the walk in, where you can swim at Emma Gorge pool and the 200ft waterfall that is fed from a series of natural springs high above the plateau of the Cockburn Range.

Accommodation: Your own private tented en-suite cabin at Emma Gorge Resort


Day 8 – Saturday 22nd May 2021
THE BUNGLE BUNGLES MOUNTAIN RANGE (B, L, D)

We have a later start this morning, perfect if you want another swim at Emma Gorge! We then travel south to the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park, commonly known as The Bungle Bungles. Purnululu National park is famous for the ancient range of striking beehive-shaped rock domes, gorges and chasms over 350 million years old. We have two nights here to explore the highlights of this extraordinary national park.

Accommodation: Your own queen cabin with en-suite at the Bungle Bungles Savannah Lodge (2 night stay)


Day 9 – Sunday 23rd May 2021
CATHEDRAL GORGE, PICCANINNY CREEK LOOKOUT, ECHIDNA CHASM (B, L, D)    

After breakfast this morning, we begin our adventure through the Bungle Bungles. Our first stop in the park is Cathedral Gorge, a huge natural amphitheatre with towering rocks, and fantastic acoustics. We continue on a moderate trek (2.8km) to the Piccaninny Creek Lookout, followed by the short “Domes trail walk” (700m).

This afternoon we explore Echidna Chasm, which is a narrow gorge of conglomerate rock. This walk (2-3km) is beautiful, as you pass by the amazing endemic Livistonia towering palm trees.

There is time today for an optional scenic flight (additional cost)

Accommodation: Your own queen cabin with en-suite at the Bungle Bungles Savannah Lodge (2 night stay)


Day 10 – Monday 24th May 2021
GEIKE GORGE, FITZORY CROSSING (B, L, D)        

Leaving Purnululu this morning, we continue our travel west, to the township of Fitzroy Crossing. This afternoon you will take a ranger lead boat cruise through majestic Geike Gorge, where flood waters of the Fitzroy River have carved the 30-metre-deep Gorge through the limestone at the junction of the Oscar and Geikie Ranges. In the dry season, the river transforms itself into a quiet stream strung out beneath the towering cliffs of the Devonian reef. Here, layers of fossils and the limestone strata of an ancient reef are exposed in cross section, showing glimpses of life in the Devonian period before reptiles or mammals evolved.

Accommodation: Your own en-suite safari tent at Fitzroy River Lodge


Day 11 – Tuesday 25th May 2021
TUNNEL CREEK, WINDJANA GORGE – DERBY (B, L, D)        

Today we travel to Tunnel Creek, a 750m long limestone tunnel in the Napier Range, carved into the rock over thousands of years. We will take a guided walk through the tunnel, view stalactites and stalagmites and hear the story of the famous Aborigional leader Jandamarra, who used the tunnel as a hideout in the late 1800s. We then make our way onwards to Windjana Gorge, part of an ancient Devonian reef system where the Lennard River has cut through the Napier range. We take a walk into Windjana gorge to view the fossilised reef system and freshwater crocodiles that can often be seen lazing around on the riverbanks.

Accommodation: Your own motel room at Derby Lodge


Day 12 – Wednesday 26th May 2021
BROOME (B, L, D)       

This morning we will take a leisurely tour of Derby, visiting famous sights such as the cattle trough, historic wharf area and the Boab prison tree. We then begin our drive back to Broome and we have a short town tour here too. The rest of the day is yours at leisure to explore Broome until you meet up with the group for dinner in the evening.

Accommodation: Your own superior pool view room at The Continental Hotel with en-suite (2 night stay)


Day 13 – Thursday 27th May 2021
WILLIE CREEK PEARL FARM, BROOME, STAIRCASE TO THE MOON (B, L)       

After breakfast this morning, we will go on a half day tour to Willie Creek Pearl Farm which will include lunch. The tour gives a unique insight into the fascinating process of modern cultured pearl farming, from shell to showroom. You’ll discover exactly what makes the perfect pearl and leave Willie Creek a pearling expert!

The journey starts with the collection and spawning of oysters in the state-of-the-art hatchery, then moves on to the delicate operations of seeding and harvesting oysters, and finally the valuing of pearls and the creation of stunning jewellery. You will cruise Willie Creek’s azure waters and view live oysters suspended in their natural environment amongst the native flora and fauna.

Back to the hotel and this evening you have the option of walking to the nearby Town Beach to witness The Staircase to the Moon, which only happens 2 or 3 times each month in the dry season. A natural phenomenon, it is caused by the rising of a full moon reflecting on the exposed mudflats at extremely low tide creating a beautiful optical illusion of a staircase reaching up to the moon.

This evening you get to sample the local culinary delights as you wander through the colourful Staircase night markets, whilst enjoying the live music underneath the stars.

Accommodation: Your own superior pool view room at The Continental Hotel with en-suite (2 night stay)


Day 14 – Friday 28th May 2021
FINAL DAY (B)

After breakfast, we will say our farewells. A group transfer has been arranged to take everyone to the airport today. If you would like to extend your stay in Broome, or are interested in booking a day trip to Cape Leveque, just ask the team.

 

 

 

TOUR DATES: 15TH – 28TH MAY 2021

TOUR PRICING: $7,977 PLUS AIRFARES

Lake Argyle Resort

The Lake Argyle Resort is set in a peaceful location surrounded by breathtaking scenery, the perfect retreat after a day exploring Lake Argyle. Standard studio cabins are air-conditioned with ensuite and have tea/coffee making facilities, small fridge, microwave, kitchenette, and a private veranda. Each cabin is located just 50m from an amazing 35m infinity pool.

Emma Gorge Resort

Immerse yourself in the picturesque landscape of the rocky, red Cockburn Ranges at Emma Gorge. Sleep under canvas with the soothing sounds of the local wildlife surrounding you. With modern en suites, electricity and tea/coffee facilities, the safari-style tented cabins allow you to experience the great outdoors in complete comfort.

Bungle Bungles Savannah Lodge

Walk through a landscape 350 million years in the making before you refresh in the lodge’s pool, replenish with a delicious meal and sleep in comfort in a private cabin with ensuite bathroom. Get the best views of the Milky Way Galaxy and see the Southern Cross. There are few lifetime experiences that can match exploring the Bungle Bungle by day and staying overnight in Purnululu National Park.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Accommodation at listed 4 star hotels, eco-lodges, resorts, motels – in your own room with private facilities
  • Air-conditioned, comfortable 24 seat 6WD coach for maximum 14 guests, with professional driver guide 
  • All meals daily as mentioned in the itinerary (B=breakfast 13, L=lunch 13, D=dinner 12)
  • Yellow Waters wetlands sunset cruise
  • Indigenous experience at Nourlangie Rock
  • 2 hour cruise at Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge
  • Kakadu National park entry fee
  • El Questro Wilderness pass
  • Lake Argyle cruise
  • Half-day Willie Creek Pearl Farm tour
  • Tunnel Creek guided walk
  • Geikie Gorge experience and cruise
  • Cathedral Gorge and Echidna Chasm Treks (Bungle Bungles)
  • Return airport group transfers in Broome / Darwin
  • Staircase to the Moon experience
  • Experienced Two’s a Crowd Tour Host

Tour Exclusions:

  • Flights to Darwin and from Broome (Two’s a Crowd can book these)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Alcohol
  • Expenses of a personal nature
  • Tips and gratuities (at your own discretion)
  • Extra optional activities

The Top End and The Kimberley region is an enormous area of remote rugged beauty, with striking rock formations, cascading waterfalls and cooling waterholes, impressive stone escarpments carved with chasms and gorges, and lush mangroves teeming with birds and wildlife. It is also a land that is spiritually rich. With its ancient Indigenous culture and incredible natural diversity, this is an epic 14 day journey that will certainly blow your mind!

Our small group of solos will travel from Darwin to Broome in the comfort of a 24 seater 6wd air-conditioned coach. The tour has been meticulously designed to take you right into the heart of the region to explore our favourite attractions, while still maintaining that perfect balance of activities and a comfortable pace. Our tour is fully accommodated, with no camping. Each night, you will stay at either lodge, resort, hotel or motel accommodation, and of course you will have your very own room/cabin with en-suite facilities.

The 14 day tour begins in Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory and will take you through Kakadu National Park and Nourlangie Rock, before travelling southwest from Katherine to the border of Western Australia and Kununurra. From Kununurra west to Broome, we get the opportunity to immerse ourselves in a myriad of leisurely activities, from viewing the monumental rock formations of Purnululu National Park ( Bungle Bungles mountain range), to moderate hiking through spectacular stone gorges such as Katherine, Emma, Geike, Wandjina and Tunnel Creek. We will enjoy lots of swimming opportunities along the way, usually at the base of breathtaking waterfalls, including the stunning Emma Gorge and Zebedee Springs Thermal Pools.

Our tour also includes boat cruises along the calm waters of Lake Argyle, Geike, Katherine and the very popular Yellow Waters sunset cruise.

We have tailored the end date of this tour to coincide with the amazing natural phenomenon that is ‘The Staircase to the Moon’ in Broome. This is a very popular event that occurs when the full moon rises across Roebuck Bay’s exposed flood plains to create the illusion of a staircase leading from the beach directly to the full moon. You will be able to experience the vibrancy of Town Beach’s staircase markets on the last night before sitting back under the stars to reflect on the memories of this iconic Australian adventure with your fellow travellers.

What a fitting way to end 14 days of exploring such a breathtaking region of Australia.

Will you join us?

TOUR DATES: 15TH – 28TH MAY 2021

TOUR PRICING: $7,977 PLUS AIRFARES

Lake Argyle Resort

The Lake Argyle Resort is set in a peaceful location surrounded by breathtaking scenery, the perfect retreat after a day exploring Lake Argyle. Standard studio cabins are air-conditioned with ensuite and have tea/coffee making facilities, small fridge, microwave, kitchenette, and a private veranda. Each cabin is located just 50m from an amazing 35m infinity pool.

Emma Gorge Resort

Immerse yourself in the picturesque landscape of the rocky, red Cockburn Ranges at Emma Gorge. Sleep under canvas with the soothing sounds of the local wildlife surrounding you. With modern en suites, electricity and tea/coffee facilities, the safari-style tented cabins allow you to experience the great outdoors in complete comfort.

Bungle Bungles Savannah Lodge

Walk through a landscape 350 million years in the making before you refresh in the lodge’s pool, replenish with a delicious meal and sleep in comfort in a private cabin with ensuite bathroom. Get the best views of the Milky Way Galaxy and see the Southern Cross. There are few lifetime experiences that can match exploring the Bungle Bungle by day and staying overnight in Purnululu National Park.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Accommodation at listed 4 star hotels, eco-lodges, resorts, motels – in your own room with private facilities
  • Air-conditioned, comfortable 24 seat 6WD coach for maximum 14 guests, with professional driver guide 
  • All meals daily as mentioned in the itinerary (B=breakfast 13, L=lunch 13, D=dinner 12)
  • Yellow Waters wetlands sunset cruise
  • Indigenous experience at Nourlangie Rock
  • 2 hour cruise at Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge
  • Kakadu National park entry fee
  • El Questro Wilderness pass
  • Lake Argyle cruise
  • Half-day Willie Creek Pearl Farm tour
  • Tunnel Creek guided walk
  • Geikie Gorge experience and cruise
  • Cathedral Gorge and Echidna Chasm Treks (Bungle Bungles)
  • Return airport group transfers in Broome / Darwin
  • Staircase to the Moon experience
  • Experienced Two’s a Crowd Tour Host

Tour Exclusions:

  • Flights to Darwin and from Broome (Two’s a Crowd can book these)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Alcohol
  • Expenses of a personal nature
  • Tips and gratuities (at your own discretion)
  • Extra optional activities
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