Kimberley, Australia
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From Cairns: Daintree Wilderness & Cape Tribulation Bus Tour

1. From Cairns: Daintree Wilderness & Cape Tribulation Bus Tour

On this full-day tour you will discover the beautiful Daintree Rainforest. The remote natural magnificence of Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest is far from the glitz of civilization and brings both awe and peace, a true solace to the soul. Daintree is nature's kingdom, a gem in Australia's crown of natural icons. Here you will find fan palms, Flying Paradise Kingfishers, tree frogs, butterflies of every hue and color, Rainbow Lorikeets, entwining strangler figs, and rampant climbing vines set by crystal streams flowing into a tropical sea. On this tour you will visit the Wildlife Habitat to experience the 5 wildlife environments – the savannah, rainforest, wetlands, nocturnal, and grasslands. Cross the Daintree River on board a cable-driven vehicular ferry. You will travel deep into the Daintree Rainforest to the Cape Tribulation Resort to enjoy a tropical lunch. At Cape Tribulation you can enjoy the dazzling white sand beaches and azure tropical sea and visit Alexandra Lookout to admire the spectacular views of the Daintree River and the Coral Sea. Cruise along the Daintree River among mangroves, impenetrable rainforest jungle, and crocodile-infested waters and enjoy afternoon tea before returning to Cairns.

From Broome: Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek & Boab Prison Tree

2. From Broome: Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek & Boab Prison Tree

Begin your day trip into the Kimberley region with an early morning pick-up in Broome. Travel east over the Willare Bridge, crossing the mighty Fitzroy River. Stop at one of the Kimberley’s most famous landmarks the massive ancient Boab Prison Tree, once used to house convicts. Continue east through the Kimberley Cattle country and journey along the famous Gibb River Road. Arrive at Windjana Gorge and enjoy a scrumptious picnic lunch. The gorge is a renowned freshwater crocodile spotting site. Keep an eye out for wildlife hiding in the Lennard River that runs through Windjana Gorge. Limestone walls rise more than 100 meters and are home to fossils of shells and sea creatures. Afterwards, head to Tunnel Creek, a 750-meter long flooded cavern. Wade through knee to thigh high water and hear the story of Jandamarra. The tunnel features many beautiful formations and is home to a variety of bats, olive pythons and freshwater crocodiles. Enjoy a swim at the end of the tunnel in a waterhole before heading back to afternoon tea. Begin the return journey to Broome as the sun sets. There will be time to stop en-route for dinner (at your own expense). Arrive in Broome at approximately 10:00 PM. 

Broome: Dampier Peninsula, Indigenous Communities & Sea Tour

3. Broome: Dampier Peninsula, Indigenous Communities & Sea Tour

After pickup from your hotel in Broome, head north on Cape Leveque Road. Travelling over rugged terrain on the unsealed sections of the road, your first stop will be the Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Visit the famous Sacred Heart Church, with its exquisite Pearl Shell Altar, built in 1918 by the Pallottine Monks. Heading further north to One Arm Point, also known as Ardyaloon, visit another remote indigenous community, with amazing views of the Buccaneer Archipelago. Here you will enjoy a guided visit of the Trochus Shell Hatchery & Aquaculture Centre. Get an insight into aquaculture and the strong connection the Bardi Jawi have to their country as saltwater people. Marvel at the diverse range of locally-crafted products and beautiful polished shells, which are also available to buy as a souvenir. Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm ,where you will tuck into a chef-prepared lunch, followed by a tour of the farm, which is Australia’s oldest operating pearl farm. Following the tour, take the opportunity to visit their showroom to see where some of the finest South Sea Pearls are grown and harvested. Finally, head out on an adventurous and exhilarating 2-hour sea safari on the Buccaneer Archipelago, famous for its enormous tidal rushes, standing waves and intense whirlpools.

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What people are saying about Kimberley, Australia

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 3 reviews

Our tour guide Lisa was amazing! She knew the local history and was very passionate about Cairns and Cape Tribulation. Her passion and enthusiasm were infectious and really made for a great day even if the weather wasn’t the best. My favorite stop was at the beach for lunch. I would have loved a little more time there just to take in its grandeur. Overall it was a fantastic trip and I would definitely book again.

Being able to see Cape Tribulation and Daintree Rainforest is something everyone should be able to do, so much history wildlife and stories to tell by these amazing guides and too see for yourself. It is a long day but totally worth it even the next day looking back and seeing that you actually have been there is incredible!

Awesome day out, accompanied by an excellent tour guide. Would recommend the trip as there was many sights to behold, tasty sandwiches and great conversations....not forgetting the ice cream on the way. Be prepared to be exhausted by the end of the trip. Thank you to our guide Lisa!

Excellent day trip. Lisa was a fantastic knowledgeable guide .She is a real asset to the company, The trip was well organised and timing for each activity was very good. We would thoroughly recommend this tour.

Fantastic day, thank you we enjoyed every minute, sadly we were unable to go to Tunnel Creek due to a rock fall nevertheless an enjoyable day