Four-wheel drive holidays are a great way to get the family out of the house and into the wilderness of the Australian outback.
The Kimberley tour in particular is one of the greatest, taking guests to some of the most exotic and recognized areas in the world.
From the scary Wolfe Creek, home to one of Australian best horror movies, to the amazing rivers of the Mitchell Falls, the trip takes you everywhere.
The essential Kimberley four wheel drive tour includes a plethora of locations including: Tanami desert, Sturt Creek, Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater, Old Halls Creek, Walls of China Bungle Bungles, Old Fitzroy Crossing, Windjana Gorge, Geikie Gorge River cruise, Tunnel creek, Broome, Cable Beach, Prison Boab tree Cape Leveque, Beagle Bay, Gibb River road, Bell Gorge, Lennard Gorge, and the magnificent Sir John Gorge.
If four wheel driving is not enough for you, you can grab yourself a canoe and paddle it down the Dimond Gorge, Manning Gorge, King Edward river or even the exreme Mitchell falls.
The Kimberley has many secrets from time exploring to the Gibb River Road and visiting remote waterfalls as well as secret aboriginal art sites.
The trip finishes at Kununurra with the Lake Argyle Cruise.
Dates: 1-24 June 2009
Location: Alice Springs, NT to Kununurra, WA
Accommodation: Camping / Camper Trailer
Price per vehicle: $4,200