Explore the Kimberley with us!

Amalia Gorge, El Questro

This is Amalia Gorge at El Questro Wilderness Park. When the southern states of Australia are cold and rainy, this place is warm and perfect! Join us on a trip of a lifetime to the remote Kimberley. We have teamed up with Western Australia’s premier outback touring company, Coates Wildlife Tours, to deliver a walking holiday in one of the world’s most beautiful locations at the best time of the year.

Why is our tour better than the rest? We are taking as many opportunities as possible to get out of the bus and into the land.  Many other tours are designed to help their guests simply tick places off the list – not stopping in one spot for longer than it takes to grab a few pictures for the coffee table album before moving on.  The Kimberley is a special place and if you can slow down a bit, walk the land and soak in its waters, you’ll come away with a tremendous sense of awe, gratitude and peace.  That’s what we reckon anyway.

Don’t get us wrong, there’ll be some long drives on this tour, the Kimberley is a big place.  But we won’t stop with the well worn path when we get to a destination.  We’re going to take you on walks that other tour companies don’t do because they’re already rushing off to the next stop.  Trust us, this is the way to do it.

For more information see our Kimberley page: http://www.inspirationoutdoors.com.au/the-kimberley.html

13 Days starting late May 27 2013. Starts in Broome and finishes in Kununurra.

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