Day 1 Broome - Windjana Gorge
Take in great scenery of the huge vertical cliffs that stretch out on either side as you hike along the river's edge of Windjana Gorge.
During your scenic hike along the Windjana Gorge river edge, you are bound to spot wildlife that includes birds and crocodiles.
Do a bit of caving as you take a walk through Tunnel Creek, wear bathers and carry a torch if you wish to fully explore the area.
Overnight: Bush Camp
Day 2 Windjana Gorge - Bungle Bungles
Enjoy a smooth ride via the sealed roads through Fitzroy Crossing and Halls Creek before arriving at the Bungle Bungles.
In the afternoon head over to the northern side of the Bungles and visit Echidna Chasm, a long narrow gorge with 150 metre high sheer rock faces which you can walk between.
As the sun goes down watch the magnificent striped domes of the Bungle Bungles with their bee-hive shape as they display bands of orange, black and grey.
Overnight: Bungle Bungles-Walardi Campsite
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Day 3 Bungle Bungles - Kununurra
Spend the morning exploring the southern end of the Bungles where you can choose to take an exhilarating optional helicopter flight over the area at your own expense.
See the spectacular 'Domes Walk' amongst the colourfully banded domes as you hike through Piccaninny Creek and enjoy magnificent views as you take an easy hike that leads to the refreshing pool base of Cathedral Gorge.In the afternoon make your way up to Kununurra and then set up camp at the Wuggabun Indigenous Community, where you can make use of the swimming area and the waterfall that are in the campground.
Overnight: Wuggabun Indigenous Community
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Day 4 Kununurra - El Questro Station
In the morning make your way onto the Gibb River Road for a rugged 4WD adventure drive enroute to El Questro Station.
At El Questro Station explore the magnificent Emma Gorge which features great scenery and an inviting plunge pool.
Enjoy a drive along the Cockburn Ranges as you make your way to the awe inspiring El Questro Gorge, the most beautiful Gorge at El Questro Station.
Spend the afternoon inspired by magnificent scenery as you walk up the El Questro Gorge where you can refresh yourself in crystal clear rock pools along the way, later on in the day enjoy spotting wildlife and playing the didgeridoo at El Questro Station.Overnight: El Questro Station
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Day 5 El Questro - Kununurra - Timber Creek
Start the day by soaking yourself in the series of thermal pools that are known as the Zebedee Hot Springs and are located in a picturesque surrounding of palm trees.
Go hiking along Amalia Gorge which will take you to one of El Questro Stations jewels; a beautiful waterfall with a large plunge pool for swimming.
Take a look at some of the famous Kimberley Rock Art and get an insight into Indigenous lifestyle and culture and then stop over at Ivanhoe crossing for lunch before you head into Kununurra and then camp at Timber Creek.
Overnight: Timber Creek Camp
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Day 6 Timber Creek - Katherine - Darwin
Stop for a break in Katherine on your way through to Edith Falls where you can enjoy a cool swim and take a hike to the upper pools and then sit down to a relaxed lunch and then head to Darwin.
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