Darwin, Kakadu, the Kimberley & Broome - Fun Over Fifty

Darwin, Kakadu, the Kimberley & Broome


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Australia’s Top End and the Kimberley await with adventures to be had, dreamtime culture to enlighten and glorious nature to explore. Marvel at the termite mounds of Litchfield National Park, see Ubirr Rock Art and cruise the Yellow Water wetlands in Kakadu, discover Katherine Gorge and the Ord River, soar above the Bungle Bungles, see the Derby Boab Tree for yourself, then finish with a camel ride on stunning Cable Beach.

Duration Duration:

13 days

Price From From

$7,899pp (AUD)

Departs Departure Dates:

3rd May 2021
19th May 2021
4th June 2021
19th June 2021
17th July 2021

Location Departure Location:
Flights arrive into Darwin

Location Return Location:
Flights home


Twin Share
Sole Use
$1,500pp non-refundable

SAVE $20PP Twin Share, $40 Sole Use

Itinerary (Flights arrive into Darwin - Flights home)

Day 1    (D) Darwin


Arrive in Darwin where we begin our adventure into Australia’s Kakadu and Kimberley regions. Tonight we dine together at the resorts’ popular restaurant

2 Night Stay: Mindil Beach Casino & Resort, Darwin

**Bonus!! Free upgrade to Ocean View Rooms for the first 11 bookings.

Day 2    (B,L,D) Litchfield National Park

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Today we discover Litchfield National Park, taking in the inspiring views of Tabletop Range. Marvel at the termite mounds before we make our way to Florence Falls. After lunch at Litchfield Café, we stop at Wangi Falls, where year round currents pour into a large swimming hole. Enjoy a refreshing dip before we make our way back to Darwin. This evening we dine out, enjoying a sumptuous seafood buffet whilst enjoying the sunset over the harbour.

Day 3    (B,L,D) Darwin to Jabiru

eco indigenous walking

Journey into World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park, where the landscape spans over 19,000sq km abundant of flora, fauna, dreamtime connections and stunning vistas. We traverse the Magela floodplains and pass spectacular escarpments to arrive at the Aboriginal rock art site of Ubirr. Our indigenous guide takes us through the natural stone galleries giving an insight into the culture associated with these intriguing works of art.

**Please note: Strict Level 3 active fitness level required today.


2 Night Stay: Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel, Jabiru

Day 4    (B,L,D) Jabiru

cruise eco indigenous scenicflight

Take a birds eye view on a 30-minute scenic flight over the Archway, Arnhem land escarpments and Magela floodplains. In Jabiru we visit the Bowali Visitor Centre and the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre before embarking on a Yellow Water wetlands cruise. Our guide will point out the species of abundant birdlife such as brolga, jabiru and masses of magpie geese. Buffalo and brumbies roam the area and it’s Crocodylus central with an estimated four crocodiles per 100sqm.

Day 5    (B,L,D) Jabiru to Katherine

eco heritage

From Kakadu, we travel to Pine Creek breaking for lunch at the Pine Creek Railway Resort. Our afternoon takes us to the picturesque and refreshing Edith Falls before finishing our day at Katherine.

1 Night Stay: Ibis Styles, Katherine

Day 6    (B,L,D) Katherine to Kununurra

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Enjoy a guided gorge cruise on the tranquil calm green waters of the Katherine River taking in some of the park’s 13 gorges. We then venture west along the Victoria Highway, stopping for lunch at Victoria River Crossing, before moving into the East Kimberley region. From here we continue on, breaking at Timber Creek then cross the WA border into Kununurra.

3 Night Stay: Kimberley Grande Resort, Kununurra

Day 7    (B,L,D) Kununurra

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An awe-inspiring day today as we begin with a breathtaking scenic flight over Lake Argyle, the Bungle Bungle Range and the Argyle Diamond Mine.

Following this we cruise the famous Ord River with its majestic appeal, rugged landscapes and plentiful wildlife before returning through Durack country to Kununurra.

Day 8    (B,L,D) El Questro

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This morning we venture in to El Questro where we join a local ranger then make our way to Chamberlain Gorge. Only accessible by boat, this 3km fresh waterhole is bound by diverse flora and fauna and belittled by a towering escarpment. There’s breathtaking scenery as well as cheeky Archerfish and Barramundi to be fed before we enjoy a Beef & Barra lunch at the spectacular Emma Gorge Resort, hidden within the fiery red of El Questros Cockburn Ranges. Our afternoon takes us back to Kununurra, with a stop at Five Rivers Lookout, an incredible vantage point where the five rivers meet.

Day 9    (B,L,D) Kununurra to Halls Creek

Leaving Kununurra behind we travel the Great Northern Highway and parallel the Durack Range to Halls Creek on the northern edge of the Great Sandy and Tanami Deserts, and the site of Western Australia’s first gold discovery.

1 Night Stay: Halls Creek Motel

Day 10    (B,L,D) Halls Creek to Fitzroy Crossing

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This morning we travel through the open grasslands of the cattle stations to Fitzroy Crossing. We take time for lunch at the Fitzroy River Lodge, stretch our legs and then continue on to Danggu Geikie Gorge to take a cruise on the Fitzroy River. Witness the spectacular geography of the area, freshwater crocodiles and abundant birdlife, and gain insight into the Kimberley region’s rich indigenous history and culture.

1 Night Stay: Fitzroy River Lodge, Fitzroy Crossing

Day 11    (B,L,D) Fiztroy Crossing to Broome

Heading west we arrive at the township of Derby, the first town settled in the Kimberley, and home of the Boab Tree. We break for lunch here before continuing on to Broome, affectionally known as the ‘pearl of the north’.

2 Night Stay: Oaks Resort, Broome

Day 12    (B,L,D) Broome

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We visit Willie Creek Pearl Farm to discover how the Australian South Sea Cultured Pearl is produced. Late morning we will make our way back to the township to browse the shops or enjoy the lovely swimming pools back at our accommodation. Late afternoon, we take a camel safari ride along famous Cable Beach.

**Please note: 95kg weight restrictions apply to camel ride.

**Lunch today is at your own expense

Day 13    (B) Return Flights


Enjoy breakfast at your leisure before being transferred to the airport where we say our goodbyes and take our respective flights home.

Tour Inclusions

  • Economy class flights to Darwin and from Broome ex Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide
  • 2 nights 5 star Darwin
  • Litchfield National Park day tour visiting the termite mounds, Florence Falls & Wangi Falls
  • Seafood dinner at sunset
  • Ubirr rock art site; 2 nights Kakadu
  • Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre
  • Bowali Visitor Centre
  • 30-minute scenic flight of Kakadu
  • Yellow Water wetlands cruise
  • Edith Falls
  • 1 night Katherine; Katherine Gorge river cruise
  • 3 nights Kununurra; Katherine Gorge river cruise
  • Scenic flight over Bungle Bungles and Lake Argyle
  • El Questro, Chamberlain Gorge cruise
  • Five Rivers Lookout
  • 1 night Halls Creek; Geikie Gorge cruise
  • 1 night Fitzroy Crossing; Derby Boab Tree
  • 2 nights Broome
  • Willie Creek Pearl Farm tour
  • Camel ride on Cable Beach
  • 34 meals
  • Locally operated comfort plus coach travel

Additional Information


Horizontal Waterfalls Extender includes:

  • 1 night dinner, bed and breakfast
  • Fly from Broome to the Horizontal Falls & board a thrill boat ride that will take you through the falls
  • Take off from Talbot Bay, flying low across

Non-refundable deposit of $1200pp required within 14 days of making booking to secure your reservation.

N.B. This package is subject to an additional levy for coach/air component that may be imposed and is out of Fun Over Fifty’s control. Flights are arranged to suit the tour as a group in advance, therefore we cannot book individual preferences or guarantee direct flights.

B = Full Breakfast MT = Morning Tea L = Lunch AT = Afternoon Tea D = Two Course Dinner

Flight Included
Comfort Plus Coach
Scenic Flight
Eco Experience
Walking Component
Indigeonus Experience
Food &/or Wine Experience
Advanced EcoTourism Certified


Passengers must be able to:

  • Walk 20 min without stopping
  • Ascend stairs without stopping
  • Stand for 45 min without sitting
  • Walk over uneven ground
  • Embark/debark transport unaided
  • Manage their own luggage

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