Travel to the Top End of the Northern Territory and explore the vast wetlands and plains of Kakadu National Park. Enjoy a safari-style bush experience in a luxury lodge set amidst floodplains teeming with bird life. Discover Aboriginal culture and meet local communities in the remote and rugged Kimberley landscape. Explore Perth and its surrounds and end your stay amidst the wineries of the Margaret River.
Day 1 Darwin
Explore the tropical city of Darwin, With everything from food markets to crocodile encounters and sunset cruises. Engage with local Aboriginal people, on a one-day Aboriginal Cultural Experience and Wetlands Discovery Cruise.
Highlights include The Ultimate Tour combining a floatplane, airboats and cruise, including a spectacular floatplane landing on Sweets Lagoon.
Days 2&3 Darwin to Bamurru
A short scenic flight to Bamurru will find you in a ten-room wilderness camp on the Mary River floodplain. This luxury lodge brings a touch of style to one of Australia’s richest bird and wildlife experiences in a remote and extraordinarily beautiful region.
Highlights include an exhilarating airboat tour out on the floodplain wetlands of the Mary River catchment. Experience this achingly beautiful natural environment and the prolific bird and wildlife it has to offer.
Day 4 The Kimberley
Fly Darwin to Broome, the remote, romantic pearling port in the north-west corner of Kimberley in Western Australia. Broome’s rich history has created a multicultural melting pot that is reflected in the town’s welcoming and laid-back feel. Warm temperatures and palms deliver a tropical vibe that fits perfectly with Broome and the stretch of white sand known as Cable Beach.
Highlights include the iconic camel trek along Cable Beach as the sunsets. Watch the sun blaze a trail into the Indian Ocean and dine beneath the balmy, star-filled sky.
Day 5&6 Broome to Oongkalkada Wilderness Camp
Meet your local guide and transfer to Oongkalkada Wilderness Camp, on your private, tailor-made tour. The Wilderness camp is located 200km from Broome at Udialla Springs, a 3,000-acre property fronting the Fitzroy River.
Highlights include Traversing the last 4WD frontier and explore ancient galleries rich in rock art.
Day 7 Broome to Perth
Today is a travelling day as you drive back to Broome and fly to Perth, known for its sunshine, natural beauty and relaxed vibe. Its heart is bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, and is also home to Kings Park – one of the world’s largest inner-city parks. Just a short drive away are the beautiful wineries of the Swan Valley and a string of stunning beaches where you can watch amazing sunsets and even swim with wild dolphins.
Highlights include Exploring the port of Fremantle and its historic Gaol.
Day 8 Go Cultural in Perth
Explore Perth from a different angle on a 90-minute walking tour with Go Cultural Aboriginal Tours & Experiences. Guide, Walter McGuire, is a well-respected Nyungar man and is a traditional owner of the Whadjuk lands on which Perth city now stands.
Highlights include a chance to glimpse into the world’s oldest living culture through ancient Dreamtime stories, traditional songs and language.
9 Perth to Rottnest Island
Take the ferry to Rottnest Island, where there are 63 beaches, 20 bays and no cars to spoil the tranquillity.
Highlights include cycling through the island’s centre to Oliver Hill, where huge guns and underground tunnels were installed last century to ward off the Japanese invasion that never came.
Take in the sweeping views, walk to the salt lakes or old lighthouse and get up close to the Quokas.
Day 10 Mandurah to Margaret River
South of Perth you can discover a land where rolling vineyards sit against a magnificent backdrop of ocean and forest.
Geographically isolated and spectacular, Margaret River is a wine region by the sea – specialising in fine wine, memorable regional cuisine and spectacular scenery. Discover white sand beaches, karri forests and limestone caves all within easy reach of luxury accommodation and a multitude of fine dining choices.
The Margaret River has over 160 wineries, many of which are award winning, The Margaret River is probably Australia’s premium wine region. A wine tour is a must do experience and we recommend you include the Leeuwin and Vasse Felix estates.
A family winery that celebrates fine wine, food and its long association with the arts. The winery has earned an international reputation for producing outstanding wines and is also home to a private art gallery and an award-winning restaurant.
Vasse Felix was established in 1967 and is Margaret River’s founding wine Estate. Regarded as one of Australia’s draw-card winery destination experiences and includes a restaurant, cellar door and art gallery.
After your wine tasting experience, transfer to Cape lodge one of Australia’s finest regional dining establishments and private boutique hotel. Sitting within 40 acres on its own vineyard in the heart of Margaret River with easy access to the vineyards, beaches, forests and caves that are the signature of Margaret River.
Highlights include discovering some of Australia’s most prestigious wines, whilst enjoying the best of the Margaret Rivers cuisine. Hike one of the many trails of the Cape Naturaliste National Park, join the locals at the beach for a surfing lesson or canoe on the Margaret River
Day 11 Margaret River
Spend time exploring the Margaret River region on a private tour with Wadandi cultural custodian, Josh Whiteland from Koomal Dreaming!
Return to Perth in the late afternoon or extend your stay departing on a 4-day Margaret River Cape to Cape walk with Walk into Luxury.
Highlights include a Journey into Ngilgi Cave and be mesmerised by a live didgeridoo performance deep inside the cave.