Broome to Darwin Tours
& Darwin to Broome Tours

Travel Australia

All of our Broome to Darwin/Darwin to Broome tours will bring you to the most sought after bucket-list destinations, but we’ll give you a more off-the-beaten-path experience. All of the highlights & much more.

Cable Beach

Cape Leveque

Gibb River Road

Bungle Bungles


& so, so much more!

Spaces are Limited – Only 8 Guests per Tour – Reserve Your Spot ASAP!


Broome to Darwin

2nd – 13th June 2021 (PERTH TO DARWIN EXPRESS)

Darwin to Broome

16th – 29th June 2021

the Aussie Adventure Begins

Whether you join the adventure in Broome or Darwin, you’ll get to see all of the main highlights on our tour – the only thing that changes is the direction we travel.

Broome Departures: A 10am pick up from outside Cable Beach Backpackers and 10.15am from the Kimberly Klub YHA makes for an effortless start to your road trip. From here we’ll head to the shops to stock up on food and drinks before hitting the open road.

Darwin Departures: On the first day we’ll meet at 10am by the Wave Pool on the Darwin Waterfront. With the bus parked just around the corner you can plonk your bags on your bunks and relax! It’s then to the supermarket for food and drinks ready for the epic adventure ahead.

Always Arrive 10 Minutes Early!

Broome, Cable Beach, Dampier Peninsula, ‘Cape Leveque’

There’s no better way to start or finish your trip in Broome than by parking the bus on Cable Beach and taking a refreshing swim in the ocean.

Just North of Broome is the Dampier Peninsula. We can head to the tip ‘Cape Leveque’ to check out the remote aboriginal communities of One Arm Point and Beagle Bay or head to the Western Beaches where the red dirt meets the ocean.

Gibb River Road: Tunnel Creek, Winjana Gorge, Bungle Bungles, Cathedral Gorge, El Questro Station

Leaving the bus behind for two days and one night we’ll load up the 4WD and set off to explore the Gibb River Road. Before we even reach the Gibb you’ll be dodging bats and fresh water crocs at Tunnel Creek and Winjana Gorge!

After an epic day of off-roading we’ll set up camp overlooking the outback and cook up a storm in the camp oven on an open fire. The next morning we’ll head to Bell or Manning Gorge for a well deserved swim and relax in these stunning waterfalls before heading back to the bus for a nice hot shower.

The crazy rock formations known as the Bungle Bungles are a day mission in the 4WD. We’ll spend a full day hiking and scrambling in this National Park checking out the various gorges including Echidna Chasm and Cathedral Gorge.

El Questro Station is at the eastern end of the Gibb. This station has lots of awesome swimming holes and hikes as well as hot water springs to enjoy. It’s a tropical oasis surrounded by the harsh dry outback. Emma Gorge and El Questro Gorge are two of the best in the area.

Lake Argyle, Kununarra, Katherine, Joe Creek, Victoria River, Litchfield National Park, Magnetic Termite Nests

Just on the WA/ NT border is the massive Lake Argyle, very well known for its infinity pool and fresh water crocs. There are options to go on a boat tour/ hire some kayaks or walk to some incredible viewpoints.

Between Kununarra and Katherine, we’ll stop at Joe Creek and stretch our legs on a short walk to see some aboriginal rock art on the cliffs and again along the Victoria River to see if we can spot some Salties sunning themselves on the banks!

In and around Katherine there’s plenty to keep us busy. There’s crystal clear hot springs in town, at Katherine Gorge you can hire kayaks or walk around the gorge and Edith Falls where you cant resist swimming beneath the powerful waterfalls and sunbaking on the hot rocks.

Litchfield National Park has so much to offer in such a small area. We’ll visit the weird and wonderful Magnetic Termite Nests, walk and swim into countless swimming holes and marvel at the picture perfect Wangi Falls.

Adelaide River

To start or finish your trip to the top end there’s the option to join a short cruise on the Adelaide River, where you can watch the salt water crocs jumping out of the water for scraps of buffalo meat on the boat. It’s the only safe way to get so close to these unique and wild predators!