Explore Australia’s Top End with Kakadu, Litchfield, Arnhemland and Kimberley adventure tours
Australia has a rich environment that is populated with must see areas and destinations that are largely untouched and offer enormous scenic and natural beauty. Adventures Beyond offers great deals on Kakadu adventure tours, where you can explore the red centre and take in everything this sacred native area has to offer.
Our tours are designed to educate travellers looking to explore the region, with experienced travel and tour guides leading the way through this most picturesque area of Australia.
Experience the wonder of the Northern Territory
Rather than risk it out on your own in this harsh environment and isolated plain, Adventures Beyond offers the most affordable and action packed Darwin to Kakadu adventure tours. Take in everything this astounding natural area has on offer and you are sure to enjoy a holiday experience you’ll never forget.
Adventures Beyond is the experts in tourism when it comes to quality adventure tours. Book now and receive the best deals on all adventure tours of Kakadu and The Kimberley and discover a region of Australia rich in natural history, indigenous culture and scenic beauty.
Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park and you’ll find rugged escarpments, lush rainforest and rock art galleries up to 50,000 years old.
Learn about Aboriginal culture from traditional owners the Bininj/Mungguy people and witness millions of migratory birds amongst the wetlands. Kakadu is an amazing place with amazing waterways and you will see delicate waterlilies and prehistoric crocodiles, with breathtaking waterfalls and beautiful waterholes.
Kakadu has 6 seasons and is bigger than Wales! Located 3 hours from Darwin you can swim under waterfalls, walk through ancient galleries of Aboriginal rock art and cruise on the scenic Yellow Water a billabong teeming with wildlife. One of only a handful of World Heritage-listed sites, it is listed for both its natural and cultural values
Kakadu is also home to the world’s oldest living culture the Australian Aboriginal, who have told their story through art, song and dance for over 50,000 years.
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The Kimberley is slightly larger than Japan and much larger than United Kingdom, New Zealand, and even the Australian state of Victoria. The region has three towns with a population of more than 2,000 (Broome, Derby and Kununurra), and the total population of the region is only around 25,000.
Named after the Kimberley diamond fields in South Africa due to the two areas sharing a similar landscape, the discovery of diamonds in the Kimberley region has also added to the similarities.
The Kimberley was one of the earliest settled parts of Australia, with the first arrivals landing about 40,000 years ago from the islands of Indonesia and the Kimberley consists of the ancient, steep-sided mountain ranges of northwestern Australia. These coasts are cut through with sandstone and limestone gorges and steep ridges from which the monsoonal climate has removed alot of the soil. The area experiences very large tides.
The Kimberley has a tropical monsoon climate and receives about 90% of its rainfall during the wet season from November to April. Cyclones are common (especially around Broome) and the rivers do flood. The Kimberley is one of the hottest parts of Australia, with the average annual mean temperature around 27 °C (81 °F).
Animals found here include the saltwater crocodile and a rich variety of birds.