Exmouth to Darwin Tour
Experience 14 huge days of amazing scenery, adventure, hiking, wildlife, culture and a lot more with Aussie Wanderers Exmouth to Darwin tour! Our Exmouth to Darwin tour will take you into the wilds of Karijini National Park, up to the tropical town of Broome and along the Gibb River Road to explore the rugged Kimberley Region. You’ll visit the gorges and waterholes, beautiful camp grounds, working cattle stations and see the Bungle Bungles in the Purnululu National Park from the air thanks to our partnership with AVIAIR, before finishing the tour in the tropical city of Darwin.
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Every Thursday 6:00 am (Seasonal: April 26th - September 20th)
From Exmouth Accommodation
Approx. 6:00pm Day 14
For passengers booking solo:
$3470 - Camp + Dorm
$5700 - Camp + Single
For Passengers travelling with a partner/friend:
$4520 - Camp + Twin/Double
Twin refers to two single beds in one room, double refers to two people sleeping in 1 double sized bed in one room. This option is only available to passengers travelling in multiples of 2 and booking together. Please ensure you select 2 passengers when you book online.
All prices are Per Person $AUD
- Accommodation upgrades are subject to availability.
- All accommodation includes shared facilities unless otherwise stated on the itinerary.
- Upgrade package includes 8 nights camping and 5 nights in twin/double or single room/permanent tent.
- Upgrades require a minimum 6 week advanced booking.
3 nights dorm accommodation, 2 nights safari tent, 8 nights camping, all camping equipment, meals as listed, transport, scenic flight with AVIAIR park and station entry fees, attractions as listed, an experienced tour guide and Fun!
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This tour includes hikes up to 8 kilometres per day, often requiring some scrambling over uneven terrain. The tour requires a good level of fitness and is recommended for active travellers who want to experience the wild nature of Western Australia. Extreme temperatures can be experienced while travelling in the outback (very hot, very cold, and very humid). Please bring a small day pack for use when hiking and a pair of hiking boots is recommended.