Our Team

Glenn and Jaye Ursino

Glenn and Jaye Family

Glenn and Jaye became the proud owners of Kimberley Safari tour in late 2023.

My passion for offroad adventures and camping started early and has continued my whole life. Jaye and I spent a lot of time camping and caravanning  a I look forward to being able to put this passion to good use and share the experiences with others.

I have worked for many years in remote locations including the Pilbara, Kimberley and Northern Territory amongst other location including many overs  destinations as my role in logistics and Project management in the mining and offshore sectors. With our young family we decided to take a step away city living and to be able to share our passion for traveling and camping with others.

Dean Gibbs


Dean is a very experience overland Tour Leader. Before turning his attention to Tour Leading he was a diesel mechanic. While on tour he is the perfect person to have on board should a vehicle encounter any issues.

He also has many years experience as a Tour Leader in Africa and South America with the same company Andy was with (Kumuka). In October 2023 (after the season with us) Dean returned to lead tours in Western Africa before  returning with us to Lead tours in the Kimberley.


Natures Window, Matthew Glenn, Mal


A refreshed Tour Guide

Andy Bambach has been a valued and popular tour leader/driver with Kimberley Safari Tours since we started. Together Matthew and Andy researched and implement the wonderful tours we offer. He has a wealth of tour leading experience having spent many years as a tour leader and diver in East Africa, guiding travellers to experience exotic animals and cultures in the wilds of Africa.

Andy has travelled extensively through the Kimberley and the World. Andy led Tours driving 4WD trucks on some of the worst roads in Africa so guests could experience amazing places like the Serengeti (Tanzania), Masai Mara (Kenya), Ngorongoro Crater & Zanzibar (Tanzania). From close up encounters with Mountain Gorillas (Zaire/DRC) to gliding through the Okavango Delta (Botswana) past hippo’s in traditional Macoro canoes, Andy’s love for ‘off the beaten track’ adventure, foreign cultures and camping by an open fire under a canopy of stars makes him the perfect tour guide/driver for the Kimberley.

Andy also travels extensively working as a documentary film-maker and photographer into remote Aboriginal bush communities in Australia and recently in the slums of India and Africa. He loves driving remote Australian desert and bush tracks including the Gibb River Road, Tanami, Gunbarrel, Strzeliki, Oodnadata, Birdsville, Plenty and Sandover.

Andy loves music and travels with his guitar, so you can expect some music around the campfire.


Bwana Mal

We are thrilled to have 'Bwana Mal' back for his 2nd season working with us here at Kimberley Safari tours as our Tour leader with his 'jack of all trades' abilities as tour guide, driver, mechanic and first aider.

Mal has spent many years touring Australia's remote areas both personally and working stints as a guide with 'Travel About Tours' and more recently with us last season. After bringing his corporate career to an end, he is now enjoying and sharing his knowledge and love of the great outdoors again.

Mal has a wealth of knowledge and experience gained over many years from the time he was born in Northern Rhodesia, Africa. Mal’s father was a Game Park Ranger and Farmer and worked for the World Bank in various parts of Africa which gave Mal a unique upbringing experiencing and enjoying African safaris, and later travelling the world experiencing different cultures and adventures. He has developed an array of skills through various fields of work while also taking tours both as a guest and tour guide in many parts of the world and most recently here in the Kimberley. With his fun attitude and sense of humour, Mal is enjoying sharing his knowledge and guiding expertise of the great outdoors to Australia’s final frontier, the Kimberley region, and creating unique 'bucket list' experiences in a caring and compassionate way for people of all ages and abilities.”