Kakadu Tours

Travelwild Australia, which owns and operates Kimberley Adventure Tours, are returning to operate in Kakadu National Park. We first operated in Kakadu in 2000 when we ran a massive 20 day tour from Adelaide to Darwin, however have not had tours their for over 10 years.

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Bungle Bungles


The Bungle Bungle Range, also known simply as the Bungle Bungles, is a distinctive geological landmark located in the Purnululu National Park in Western Australia. The range is renowned for its unique sandstone formations, which have been eroded over millions of years into striking beehive-shaped domes. These domes exhibit varying shades of orange and black stripes, created by the contrasting lichens and cyanobacteria that inhabit the different layers of sandstone.

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Purnululu National Park was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003 in recognition of its outstanding natural beauty and unique geological formations. The Bungle Bungle Range is a popular destination for tourists and hikers, offering opportunities for guided tours, walks, and helicopter flights to appreciate the stunning landscapes from different perspectives. The area is also significant for its cultural and ecological value, with Aboriginal rock art and diverse flora and fauna found in the surrounding environment.

How Long Does It Take To Do The Kimberleys?

Embarking on a journey to the Kimberley is an invitation to explore the untamed beauty of northwestern Australia. This vast and remote region boasts breathtaking landscapes, ancient cultural sites, and unique wildlife, making it a bucket-list destination for many. However, the question often arises: How long does it take to truly do justice to the Kimberley? Let’s dive into the factors that influence the duration of your Kimberley adventure and help you plan the ideal timeframe for your exploration.

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Are There Crocodiles In The Kimberley?

The short answer is yes, the Kimberley is home to both saltwater and freshwater crocodiles. The region’s waterways, which include rivers, estuaries, and coastal areas, provide an ideal habitat for these ancient reptiles. The saltwater crocodile, known for its formidable size and powerful presence, is the largest living reptile on Earth and is commonly found in the coastal areas of the Kimberley. Meanwhile, freshwater crocodiles inhabit the inland water systems, such as rivers and billabongs.

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What Is So Special About The Kimberley

Are you on the lookout for a family adventure that transcends the ordinary? Look no further than the Kimberley, a region in northwestern Australia that promises to be the backdrop for an unforgettable family adventure. From ancient wonders to thrilling outdoor activities, the Kimberley has something for every member of the family. Let’s explore what makes this remote gem so special for families seeking a unique and enriching experience.

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