The Ultimate Guide to Kimberley Tours from Broome & Kununurra

Kimberley Tours

The remote Kimberley region is a breathtakingly beautiful area of Western Australia to discover. If you have a sense of adventure, why not jump on a tour of the Kimberley to delve a little deeper, learn fun facts, see native wildlife and listen to fascinating indigenous stories. The travel restrictions of the last couple of years have given us even more reason to wander out yonder and explore WA with a Broome tour or Kununurra organised tour. See our big guide on the best Kimberley tours in Western Australia here…


Kimberley Tours from Broome

Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventure Tours

A Horizontal Falls Tour begins at Broome airport. A seaplane will take you on an 80 min flight towards Cape Leveque and Cygnet Bay, then across to Paradise Point, before landing at Horizontal Falls. The pilot provides commentary along the way. The next leg of the tour is to see the Horizontals Falls up close – an exhilarating experience by jet boat. After a BBQ lunch, there’s an opportunity to swim in a shark cage alongside nurse sharks! A change of pace is provided by a calm, guided boat tour of Talbot and Cyclone Bays. Then it’s back to the pontoon, to board a seaplane back to Broome. Read the Seniorocity review here.

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Horizontal Falls Tour, Broome

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Willie Creek Farm Tour, Broome

Get picked up from your Broome hotel and enjoy a unique tour on the process of cultured pearl farming, from the shell to showroom. A boat takes tourists out into the Willie Creek itself and given a tour and talk on the care and farming of oysters. The tour includes a traditional Aussie afternoon tea of damper, fresh fruit, cake, juice and tea/coffee. Read the Seniorocity review here.

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Kimberley Tours from Kununurra

Kimberley Durack Lunch Cruise, Lake Argyle Tours

Lake Argyle is Australia’s largest freshwater lake, and a boat cruise is perfect to get a sense of the immense size of the lake. The Kimberley Durack Lunch Cruise departs from Lake Argyle Resort Kununurra. Guides give insight into the history of the lake and point out points of interest whilst keeping up cheerful banter. The tour stops at small islands on the lake, as well as an enjoyable BBQ lunch. There is an opportunity to swim in the lake – even with the freshwater crocodiles that live in the waters. Read the Seniorocity review here.

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Lake Argyle, Kimberley Durack Lunch Cruise


Bungle Bungle Adventurer, Kununurra

The Bungle Bungles, at the Purnululu National Park, is a magical place to visit. The orange and black sandstone domes, are one of the world’s most fascinating geological landmarks.  The world heritage listed Bungle Bungle Range has long been inhabited by local Aboriginal people, but did not become widely known to the rest of the world until the mid-1980s. The best way to see it is by air. The Bungle Bungle Adventurer flight takes in the Ord River, Diversion Dam, farming areas and the huge Argyle Dam which is part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme. Read the Seniorocity review here.

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Chamberlain George River Cruise, El Questro 

Explore the Chamberlain Gorge on a leisurely afternoon cruise! You’ll be sure to snap great photos of the river and its wildlife, maybe even a saltwater crocodile! The rangers are very informative. At the Gorge, there is a fish sanctuary, where there’s a change to feed the fish – just be careful of the Archerfish that spit water with great accuracy! Sparkling wine and a fresh fruit platter are included, whilst you take in spectacular views. Read the Seniorocity review here.

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Chamberlain Gorge


Sunset Magic, Lake Argyle Cruises

Taking a trip to Kununurra? Be sure to enjoy a Sunset Magic tour of Lake Argyle. First, you’ll visit the historic Durack Homestead Museum, found in the reconstructed homestead of the pioneering Durack family, saved from being submerged in Lake Argyle. Then the open boat heads out to explore the rugged northern end of Lake Argyle, navigating through the lakes islands and inlets. The skipper provides an interesting commlakeargylecruises.comentary on the history. You may see local wildlife including rock wallabies, birdlife and fish – even a crocodile! Read the Seniorocity review here.

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Lake Argyle Cruises Sunset Magic


Have we missed any of your favourite Kimberley tours from Broome or Kununurra? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!


About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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