Itinerary Highlights

  • Wander through thousands of limestone spires formed over millions of years at the Pinnacles Desert
  • Witness the beauty of this area from the air on a flight to Cape Leveque
  • Marvel at the fascinating beehive shaped domes from the air on a flight over the mystical Bungle Bungles
  • Explore the wetlands and Aboriginal rock art of Kakadu National Park
  • Best time to travel May - October

What's Included

  • Accommodation Throughout
  • Domestic Flights
  • International Flights
13 nights from £4,799 per person
All of our holidays are tailor-made to your requirements by an expert Travel Specialist
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A true Australian experience visiting Western Australia’s and the Northern Territory’s wild and mystical landscapes and outback.

Walk through ancient rock and limestone Pinnacle formations of Nambung National Park and sand board down Lancelin’s dunes. Watch memorable sunsets over the Indian Ocean from Cable Beach in Broome. Take to the skies on a scenic adventure over the Buccaneer Archipelago, a group of rocky islands off the wild coast of Dampier Peninsula and land at Cape Leveque for a splash in the warm Indian Ocean waters.

Explore the Kimberly Region’s outback on a tour to the stunning oasis of Windjana Gorge and take a refreshing dip in Tunnel Creek’s waterhole. From the remote town of Kununurra fly over the mystical bee-hive shaped Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park and the Argyle Diamond Mine where rare pink diamonds are extracted from ancient rocks.

Soak up the vibrancy of Northern Territory’s capital city, Darwin, where you will find a mix of colourful characters, a cuisine influenced by its Asian neighbours and wonderful galleries and museums showcasing Aboriginal art, culture and heritage.

Explore Australia’s Top-End on a tour to Edith Falls and cruise through Katherine Gorge in search of freshwater crocodiles and immerse yourself in outback wilderness at Wildman Wilderness Lodge; where you will spend a day at Kakadu National Park and cruise on Home Billabong, surrounded by birdlife, wild flowers and vast open wetlands.




Board Qantas’ direct service from London Heathrow to Perth, Western Australia, or you may decide to fly with one of our airline partners that offer stopovers in the Middle or Far East.

Arrive into Perth and transfer to your Perth hotel by private car. The remainder of the day is free for you to explore the city’s attractions. Soak up the impressive city skyline views of Perth’s towering and modern skyline from Kings Park or take the train to Cottesloe Beach for a dip in the Indian Ocean.

An exciting day is ahead of you, starting with a thrilling experience of downhill sandboarding at Lancelin Sand Dunes. After lunch spend time on Lancelin’s stunning beach or take a swim before travelling on to Namburg National Park. Follow the boardwalks at the mystical Pinnacles Desert, through thousands of limestone spires formed over millions of years. During the months of August and September, the ground is carpeted with colourful wildflowers.

Today we suggest taking a cruise along the Swan River to one of Western Australia’s premier wineries in the Swan Valley or hop on a train to Fremantle. Here you can potter through the Fremantle Markets and enjoy street food from one of the food trucks. Fremantle offers several attractions that include a tour of the historic Fremantle Prison or a visit to the Western Australian Maritime Museum.

Fly to Broome, a remote beach resort in Western Australia’s Kimberley Region. Broome is renowned for its spectacular white sand Cable Beach which stretches for almost 14-miles with the inviting warm waters of the Indian Ocean lapping at the shores. Learn more of the history of Broome’s pearling industry at Pearl Luggers in the heart of Chinatown. Don’t miss the awe-inspiring sunsets from Cable Beach.
Hotel – The Billi Resort

Today you will be taken on a spectacular adventure by air over the remote Buccaneer Archipelago, a group of 1,000 rocky islands, each sparsely vegetated and with secluded white sandy beaches. Land at Cape Leveque, a remote peninsula in the far north Kimberley region where you will enjoy a swim in the warm Indian Ocean. Your return flight is along the wild coast of Dampier Peninsula and Cable Beach.

Windjana Gorge National Park

Explore the region further on a tour in to the outback and Kimberley cattle country. Search for freshwater crocodiles in the outback oasis of Windjana Gorge and indigenous bush tucker. Visit the Boab Prison Tree in Derby, a 1,500-year-old hollow Boab tree reputed to be a lockup for indigenous Australian prisoners! Take a refreshing swim in a waterhole in the fascinating Tunnel Creek Cave System.
Hotel – The Billi Resort

Kununurra, Western Australia

It’s a short hop by plane over to Kununurra at the eastern extremity of the Kimberley Region and close to the Northern Territory border. The area is dotted with vast lakes such as Lake Argyle and famed for its rare pink diamonds, extracted from ancient rocks at Argyle Diamond Mine. Kununurra is also the gateway to Purnululu National Park, home to the Bungle Bungle Range.
Hotel – Freshwater East Kimberley

Purnululu National Park

Take to the skies on a 2-hour flightseeing tour by fixed wing aircraft over Purnululu National Park and the Bungle Bungles. The fascinating geological beehive-shaped towers cover an area of over 174 square miles and were largely unknown until 1982. The area as since inscribed as a World Heritage area in 2003. Your scenic flight will also take in aerial views of Lake Argyle, the Argyle Diamond Mine and Ord River.
Hotel – Freshwater East Kimberley


Today you leave Western Australia for Northern Territory’s capital city of Darwin. The city is remarkably laid-back and relaxed, yet offers a mix of colourful characters, vibrant Aboriginal art, and an incredible choice of dining with a strong influence on Far-Eastern flavours due to its proximity to Asia. We suggest a stroll through Mindil Beach Sunset Market on a Thursday or Sunday evening in the dry season or set sail on a sunset cruise.

Katherine, Northern Territory

Pick up your rental car and enjoy a full day packed with historical landmarks, spectacular landscapes and wildlife. Visit Adelaide River War Cemetery dedicated to the men and women who lost their lives in Northern Australia during WWII. Take in the rugged landscapes of Nitmiluk National Park where you can swim in a waterhole beneath Edith Falls. Learn more of the Aboriginal rock art found throughout the park, and take a 2-hour cruise through Katherine Gorge, keeping a lookout for freshwater crocodiles!
Hotel - Cicada Lodge

Kakadu National Park
Head north of Katherine and enter the spectacular Kakadu National Park. This World Heritage-listed National Park is Australia's largest. Offering diverse landscapes from rugged escarpments, thundering waterfalls and expansive wetlands, Kakadu offer an outback adventure like no other. Visit one of the cultural centres to learn more about the history of the region, take in aboriginal rock art at glide over the wetlands in an airboat. Hotel - Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel
Kakadu National Park
Explore the national park in more depth, maybe take in a birds' eye view on a 30-minute scenic flight or join a full day cultural & Heritage Tour by 4WD where you will meet Aboriginal artists and take in the stunning scenery and wildlife of the Mikkinj Valley.

Return to Darwin airport for your flight back to the UK.



All of our holidays are tailor-made to your requirements by an expert Travel Specialist

Explore Western Australia's Kimberleys and Northern Territory's Wilderness

13 nights from £4,799 per person
All of our holidays are tailor-made to your requirements by an expert Travel Specialist
The Inspiring Travel Company Team
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