Kimberley Time for 2019

Tour 20th May

It is with great joy and anticipation that we start the Kimberley Season this year. The weather has been quite warm and the flies gave the groups a very friendly welcome. We are christening an additional 2 vehicles to our fleet this year. The vehicles are standing up well to the Kimberley corrugations and bull dust holes. Our first two groups have the pleasure of Matthew and Mark in one trip and Andy and Dean on the other. We welcome back Dean to the 2019 season and Mark is new on the staff for this year.

Tour 21st May

All the groups have been enjoying the  incredible scenery and beautiful hiking at each place. When we stay at Lake Argyle the evening is filled with merriment as we finish a great day with a Sunset Cruise, Dinner at the restaurant and dancing the night away. Fun for all ages.

Dancing the night away

Lake Argyle Infinity Pool

The weather has still been quite warm and so a long swim in the infinity pool has been a beautiful cool down after exploring the lake area. We like to visit the local Hoochery Distillary and Sandalwood Factory.

Sandalwood Factory

Viewing the Crater at Wolfe Creek

Geikie Gorge Cruise

This year has shown the start of indigenous guides at the King Edward River Camp Ground. The region is now managed by the Uunguu People and they are running small group tours to show the Rock Art. We have been fortunate to have some of the guides join us around the camp fire and chat about the local area. They are doing a fantastic job.

We partner with really tremendous people in the Kimberley – a big thank you to the staff at Fitzroy, Purnululu, Lake Argyle, Ellenbrae, Uunguu region, Helispirit, the numerous camp hosts at the National Parks, Yiyili community and DCBA – parks and Wildlife. They all do a wonderful job and help make the Kimberley such a fantastic place to visit.