Katherine Gorge


Katherine Gorge, also known by its Indigenous name Nitmiluk Gorge, is a stunning natural attraction located within Nitmiluk National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. The gorge is carved through ancient sandstone by the Katherine River and is renowned for its rugged cliffs, crystal-clear waters, and diverse wildlife.

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Visitors to Katherine Gorge can explore its beauty through various activities such as boat cruises, canoeing, hiking, and helicopter tours. The gorge consists of thirteen separate gorges, each with its own unique characteristics, making it a paradise for adventure seekers and nature lovers alike.

Apart from its natural beauty, Katherine Gorge holds cultural significance for the Jawoyn Aboriginal people, who have lived in the area for thousands of years. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the Indigenous culture and heritage through guided tours and interactions with the local Jawoyn community.

Overall, Katherine Gorge is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to the Northern Territory, offering an unforgettable experience of Australia’s stunning landscapes and rich Indigenous heritage.

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.

What To Do In Darwin ?

If you’re reading this, then you’re probably wondering what you should do in Darwin? Maybe you just finished or are about to start your tour in the Kimberley, maybe you just decided to spend a few days in the tropical capital city of Australia’s Northern Territory.

Located on the Timor Sea, Darwin is the largest city in Northern Territory with a population of approximately 142, 300 people. The city has been almost entirely rebuilt four times because of the devastation cause by some cyclones in 1897, 1937, 1974 and the Japanese Air raids during World War II.

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What To Do In Broome?

If you’re reading this, then you’re probably wondering what you should do in Broome? Maybe you just finished or are about to start your tour in the Kimberley or the West Coast, maybe you just decided to spend a few days in Australia’s best getaway.

Broome is a coastal town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, of approximately 15, 000 people. Not only Broome is famous for the stunning sunset at Cable Beach, it’s also largely known for its pearling industry.

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Why I Chose Kimberley Adventure Tours

Australia, a ground of no limits where space reigns like a master and where it seems like the sky wants to inhale you. So beautiful, it will haunt those who go away from it. My epic 9 day adventure from Darwin to Broome in the Kimberley was even more adventurous than I thought!

My name is Val, I am a 24 years old French backpackers and here’s why I chose Kimberley Adventure Tours to travel the Kimberley in September 2017:

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