See the overwhelming gorge walls of Windjana rise up to majestic heights, as well as the beautiful cave formations that are sure to astonish you in this outback wilderness.
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Pick-up at Broome Hotels
At the start of your tour, you will see the Fitzroy River, one of the Kimberley region's most significant and iconic waterways. It is also known to the native aboriginal people as Raparapa, which translates to "alongside the river."
Prison Boab Tree
See the Prison Boab Tree, rumored to have been used for holding prisoners on their way to be tried in the late 1800s.
Windjana Gorge National Park
Continue to Windjana Gorge National Park, a parkland with rich vegetation and wildlife. Take a walk into the gorge and see the species which have been fossilized within the gorge walls. Look out for birds, fruit bats and freshwater crocodiles!
Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch in the natural setting of the park.
After your meal, visit Tunnel Creek, Western Australia's oldest cave system. Hear the story of aboriginal leader, Jandamarra as you take a guided walk through the Creek. Enjoy a refreshing afternoon tea and have an evening meal stop at your own expense on the way back to Broome.
Drop-off at Broome Hotels
Rich in geological history and cultural significance, Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek form part of the ancient Devonian reef system. Towering gorge walls rise up to majestic heights that will overwhelm while beautiful cave formations will astonish any visitor to this outback wilderness.
Fitzroy River - one of the Kimberley region's most significant and iconic waterways
Prison Boab Tree - a relic of a bygone era and an area of importance
Take a break and enjoy morning tea
Windjana Gorge National Park - rich in vegetation and wildlife
Take a walk into the gorge
Witness primeval life forms fossilized within gorge walls
Look out for birds, fruit bats and freshwater crocodiles!
Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch in natural surrounds
Tunnel Creek* - Western Australia's oldest cave system and flows through a water worn tunnel beneath the limestone of the Napier Range
Hear the story of Aboriginal leader, Jandamarra
Guided walk through Tunnel Creek
Enjoy a refreshing afternoon tea
*Access into Tunnel Creek requires a good level of fitness, agility on uneven ground and walking through knee to thigh high water. Sturdy strap on sandals and shorts are recommended.
There is an opportunity to swim so we suggest you bring a bathing suit, sunscreen and a towel.
*Full name as indicated on passport
*Date of birth
Sturdy strap sandals
Access into Tunnel Creek requires a good level of fitness, agility on uneven ground and walking through knee to thigh high water.
Any cancellations made between 3 business days (07:00:00 local time) to 1 business days (07:00:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
Any cancellations made within 1 business days of your activity (after 07:00:00 local time) will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.