A perfect self drive through the heart of the Kimberley, in Australia’s northwest. Its main artery is the Gibb River Road, a 400 mile track, built in the 1960s to transport cattle which links some of the most awesome natural sights, including gorges and waterfalls, in this rugged escarpment country.
Following the Gibb River Road means leaving the beaten track far behind. You’ll be taking a rugged 4x4 vehicle deep into Australia’s punishing northwest and into the heart of the Kimberley wilderness. You’ll have back-up, but you’ll be driving yourself along tough, mostly unsealed roads. Your rewards will be rich.
You’ll see places untouched by ordinary tours; awesome natural sights, wild outback bush, plunging gorges and glittering waterfalls. Not to mention places like Broome, Derby, Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary, Drysdale, El Questro, Kununurra, Bullo River, Katherine and Darwin.
Optional add on of 2 nights at Bamurru Plains at the end, supplement of £1,220 per person.