Book Now
Exploring Australia Holidays

Nature’s Way: The Remote North

Your Itinerary


Day 1 - Welcome to Broome

Welcome to Broome. Upon arrival at the airport, you will be picked up and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. Stroll along famous Cable Beach or visit a pearl farm. (Ochre Moon Bed & Breakfast)

Boab Tree

Day 2 - Broome to Mount Hart

Depart Broome early this morning as you have a long drive ahead of you (450 kms). Head back inland on the Great Northern Highway, and turn left onto the Derby Highway. Derby is the base for much of the Western Kimberley region and the stepping point to some of the best scenery in northern Australia. Giant Boab Trees majestically line the town’s streets. Mt Hart is 3.5 hours from Derby along the Gibb River Road. (Mount Hart Wilderness Lodge & Homestead)

Day 3 - Mount Hart to Mount Elizabeth

On the way to Mount Elizabeth today you might like to discover the fascinating Bell Gorge – probably one of the most beautiful ones in the whole of the Kimberley region, and a spectacular spot for swimming, photography and enjoying what nature has to offer. Later on, continue along the Gibb River Road to Mount Elizabeth Station, a working cattle station in the heart of the Kimberleys. (Mount Elizabeth Station)

Day 4 - Mount Elizabeth to El Questro Wilderness Park

Another full day of discovering the Kimberley region. Head towards Home Valley Station, an outback oasis nestled at the foot of the spectacular Cockburn Range, and then towards El Questro Wilderness Park. The journey takes you past the popular swimming spot at Durack River crossing and the stunning Pentecost River. Over 1 million acres in size, El Questro is located in the untamed Kimberley region and extends for approximately 80 kilometres into its heart, most of which has never been explored. It is one of Australia’s last true frontiers. (Emma Gorge Resort)

Day 5 - Another day at El Questro Wilderness Park

Free day to explore the many attractions in the El Questro region. Rise early if you want to visit the famous Zebedee Thermal Springs as they are only open 0530 – 12noon and are very popular. Visit Emma Gorge, El Questro’s most famous gorge. This scenic trail takes you along dramatically changing vegetation, from savannah woodland to Kimberley rainforest. The 1.6 km walk is rewarding as the cool Emma Gorge pool and permanent waterfalls await you at the end.

Day 6 - El Questro to Kununurra

Soon after leaving El Questro, you will arrive at Kununurra. The town was planned around the huge Lake Argyle Dam project which opened up large areas to year round agricultural activities. The region is a ‘fruit bowl’ for Western Australia and products such as melons or pumpkins are successfully shipped across the continent. Depending on your arrival time you might wish to take a scenic flight over the majestic Bungle Bungles & Lake Argyle or do an afternoon cruise. (The Kimberly Grande Resort)

Lake Argyle

Day 7 - Kununurra to Katherine

This morning, make your way on to the Northern Territory border. Continue travelling east on the Victoria Highway to the Gregory National Park, home to huge sandstone escarpments, deeply carved canyons, dense eucalyptus forests and giant boab trees. There are opportunities for boating, canoeing, bushwalks, scenic flights and cruises as well as Aboriginal and European heritage sites. Continue travelling to Katherine, home of the Nitmiluk National Park. (Nitmiluk Chalets)

Day 8 - Katherine to Kakadu

Rise early this morning as you will have the opportunity to experience an unforgettable wilderness cruise through the country’s most impressive gorges. Later on via Kakadu Highway, you enter the world-famous Kakadu National Park. The park has been awarded a double listing on UNESCO’s World Heritage list, one for its cultural significance, the other for its natural assets and the enormously diverse local flora and fauna. (Cooinda Lodge Kakadu)

Day 9 - Kakadu National Park

The day is at your leisure to discover the many facets of Kakadu: Visit the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre; the walls of this famous rock shelter have provided a huge canvas for Aboriginal artists for tens of thousands of years and contain internationally significant art sites. Further north spend some time at the Bowali Visitor Centre and later in the day, you may with to head out to the Ubirr Rock Art site, one of Kakadu’s most famous rock art galleries.

Day 10 - Kakadu to Darwin

During your final drive to Darwin (300 kms), you could visit the “Windows of the Wetlands”, another excellent opportunity to see teeming wildlife in a stunningly beautful natural environment. Arrive into Darwin late afternoon, return your rental vehicle and enjoy the remainder of your stay in the Northern Territory’s main city. There are many things to see and do; visit the city’s bustling markets at Mindil Beach or wander along the lush Esplanade. (Palm City Resort).

Day 11 - Bon Voyage

This morning, you will be transferred to Darwin Airport for your onwards flight. Safe travels!


This itinerary costs from £1,538 per person based on 2 sharing and includes all services and accommodation. Flights are not included.

We recommend booking international and domestic flights together in advance. Alternately, we can book flights on your behalf but a booking fee may apply.

Email or call (0207 112 0019) to get started.

What's included?

  • Prices start from  £1,538 per person
  • Accommodation as stated
  • Transfers as stated
  • Rental car details: Toyota Landcruiser or similar. Fee includes Unlimited Kilometres, Damage Cover (DC) subject to Accident Damage excess, Vehicle Registration Fees (VRR), Admin Fee Recovery (AFR), 24Hr Roadside Assistance, Goods & Service Tax (GST)
  • Local taxes
  • All trips are ATOL protected or ABTA bonded to ensure you are fully covered
Make a booking

This holiday is ideal for those looking for an unforgettable outdoors adventure. Explore majestic canyons, freshwater swimming holes, unique wildlife and remote outback stations. The Kimberly region is one of the world’s last wilderness frontiers; an ancient landscape covering thousands of square kilometers and sparsely populated.


  • Take a stroll on the famous Cable Beach in Broome
  • Marvel at giant Boab Trees while driving through the Kimberleys
  • Swim in the fascinating Bell Gorge
  • Visit the spectacular El Questro Wilderness Park and the famous Emma Gorge
  • Marvel at the sheer size of the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge
  • Explore Kakadu National Park, listed twice as UNESCO World’s Heritage site
  • Visit the Ubirr Rock Art site, one of Kakadu’s most famous rock art galleries
  • Wander along the famous Mindil Beach in Darwin

Please remember that this is a sample itinerary; we specialise in creating tailor-made holidays that are unique to you and your style.

Broome – Mount Hart – Mount Elizabeth – El Questro Wilderness Park – Kununurra – Katherine – Kakadu National Park – Darwin.

The capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Explore the famous coastal beaches like Bondi, Bronte, Coogee and Palm Beach. Explore the jungles of Sydney Harbor National Park, dine in world-class restaurants, visit Blue Mountai
Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. Explore the hidden halls and rooftops of Melbourne, Federation Square cultural hubs, bars, boutiques and restaurants, as well as the iconic MCG. Visit St Kilda, Royal Botanic Garden, Brunswick Street bohemian style, and the Spring Horse Carnival.
Located in the tropical Far North Queensland, Cairns is considered the gateway to Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Stunning beaches, spectacular hinterland, local and organic produce, delightful cafes and bars, a hustle and bustle market and its friendly and relaxed community make Cairns a favorite holiday destination.
The capital of Western Australia, Perth, is known for its exquisite beaches. However it also has bustling city areas filled with amazing shopping, nightlife and dining. Discover stylish bars in Northbridge or visit theater along streets of Subiaco.
Brisbane is Queensland's vibrant and elegant capital and gateway to major tourist destinations. It's a large city on the Brisbane River and is a blend of cultural institutions and South Bank restaurants with riverside parks and lagoons.
Uluru/ The Red Centre
The Red Centre is an extraordinary landscape of desert plains, weathered mountain ranges, rocky gorges and some of Aboriginal Australia's most sacred sites, including Uluru and Kata Tjuṯa. The only town of sizable population is Alice Springs.
Adelaide is South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital. Its ring of parkland on the River Torrens is home to renowned museums and culture. It's known as the city of the Australian festival. Spacious boulevards and lush gardens in Adelaide are becoming an event of endless excitement.
Great Barrier Reef
Explore the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, stretching over 2,000 kilometers along the Queensland coastline. Snorkel, dive, or cross-reef flight. Sail to Whitsundays, trekking the Daintree Forest or relax on tropical islands like Hayman and Lizard.
The 74 Whitsunday Islands lie between the northeast coast of Queensland, Australia, and the Great Barrier Reef, a massive stretch of coral teeming with marine life. Most of the islands are uninhabited.
Byron Bay
Byron Bay is a lovely coastal town in the southeastern Australian state of New South Wales. It’s a popular holiday destination, known for its beaches, surfing and scuba diving.
Fraser Island
Fraser Island, off Australia’s eastern Queensland coast, is the world's largest sand island, stretching over 120km. Panoramic viewpoints include Indian Head, a rocky outcrop on the island's easternmost tip, and the Cathedrals, a cliff famous for sculpted ribbons of coloured sand.
Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is a renowned wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide, in South Australia. The area encompasses towns such as Tanunda, Angaston and Nuriootpa, and an array of high-profile wineries offering tours and cellar-door tastings.
Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island lies off the mainland of South Australia, southwest of Adelaide. Over a third of the island is protected in nature reserves, home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species.
Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach, an Australian resort town on Queensland's Whitsunday Coast, is a gateway to the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.
Port Douglas
Port Douglas is a town on the Coral Sea in the tropical far north of Queensland, Australia. It's known for its beach resorts and as a base for visits to both the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest reef system, and Daintree National Park, home to biodiverse rainforest.
Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory and the gateway to famous Kakadu National Park. Its popular waterfront area has several beaches and green areas like Bicentennial Park.
Ningaloo Reef
Ningaloo Reef is a World Heritage Site located in the north west coastal region of Western Australia along the East Indian Ocean. It's Australia's largest fringing coral reef and the only large reef positioned very close to a landmass.
Alice Springs
Alice Springs is a remote town in Australia’s Northern Territory, halfway between Darwin and Adelaide. It’s a popular gateway for exploring the Red Centre, the country's interior desert region.

Your adventure starts here!

Do you fancy having a chat about Nature’s Way: The Remote North? Personally, it's one of our favourite things to talk about.

Award-winning and fully-protected holidays
Itineraries & Destinations