Australia's Top End and the Kimberley region plays host to some of its most intriguing wildlife and Aboriginal heritage.
Darwin is a vibrant, hot city whose surrounding countryside of monsoon rainforest, Outback escarpments and remote billabongs shelter a variety of wildlife from crocodiles and kangaroos to sea eagles and Jesus birds.
You can glimpse the natural world through day visits, but we'd recommend taking longer trips to explore this vast wilderness, such as Kakadu, Lichfield National Park, the Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Land and the Coburg Peninsula with its Seven Spirit Bay.
We offer small-group tours that visit Aboriginal communities and experience Outback farming life with visits to remote stations.
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Our Top End & the Kimberley highlights
Day trip to the Tiwi Islands
A day trip to the Tiwi Islands provides an insight into the traditional Aboriginal lifestyle. This is a great opportunity to purchase arts and crafts and join the Tiwi ladies for billy tea and damper (traditional refreshments).
Visit the Kakadu National Park
Visit Kakadu National Park during the dry season between May and October for beautiful escarpment scenery, native wildlife and ancient Aboriginal rock art sites.
Cruise along the Katherine Gorge
Take a cruise on the tranquil waters of the Katherine River as it winds 7 miles (12km) through Katherine Gorge. Spectacular helicopter flights are also available.
Experience Outback life at Bullo River Station
Bullo River Station provides the quintessential Australian Outback experience. Try your hand at cattle mustering, horse riding or world-class barramundi fishing.
Take a helicopter ride over the Bungle Bungle Ranges
Complete your visit to the Kimberley with a helicopter ride over the remote beehive domes of the Bungle Bungle Ranges. This is the best way to see the striking orange and black stripes of the rock.
Self-drive along the Gibb River Road
Travel through the heart of the Kimberley on the Gibb River Road on a 4WD camping safari or a self-drive. Highlights include Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek and the Mitchell Falls.
Visit Cape Léveque
Take a break from the beach at Broome and travel north through the rugged Dampier Peninsula to Cape Léveque. You will be rewarded with stunning sunsets and deserted white sand beaches.
Spend time on the beach in Broome
A few days on the beach in Broome is a great way to relax after travelling through the Kimberley. The town also has a fascinating pearling history to explore.