Australia’s Outback is vast and diverse, inviting you to experience all that it has to offer. Explore character-filled cities and towns, World Heritage-listed regions and national parks, incredible rivers flanked by impressive landscapes and wildlife, and a long and varied history documented across its landscape in art and the search for fortunes.
Discover the unique character and history of Darwin, Kakadu National Park and the ancient Aboriginal rock paintings of Nourlangie Rock. Enjoy a guided cruise through the spectacular Katherine Gorge, experience the Carr Boyd Ranges to Lake Argyle, the largest lake in the Southern Hemisphere. Cruise the Ord River. Follow the Cockburn Range to the acclaimed El Questro Wilderness Park, a million-acre park across the Kimberley outback. Cruise through Chamberlain Gorge, bound by diverse flora and fauna. Enjoy the private guided tour of the Argyle Diamond Mine and head to Halls Creek for some gold rush history. Cruise along the Fitzroy River and through the exquisite Geikie Gorge with its unusual white banded walls. Explore the tropical town of Broome and experience the remarkable sunset over Cable Beach.
And all around you, you’ll see the bountiful wildlife that call this region home.
Australia’s Kakadu and Kimberley offer a wonderful combination of outstanding natural attractions, wildlife and long-standing culture. There is so much to discover for yourself in the Australian Outback.