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Kimberley During The Wet

Visit the Kimberley when the waterfalls are raging, the skies are on fire with this 5-day tour!

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14 February 2022
Motel Style Accommodation
5 Days

Kimberley During the Wet Tour

Unlike the south of Australia, the Kimberley doesn’t experience the four distinct seasons of summer, autumn, winter and spring. Instead, we have The Wet and The Dry. Most folk come up here during the Dry season (May to around September) when the weather is mild, mostly dry and there’s almost nothing to interrupt a holiday.

During The Wet, however, from around December to the beginning of April, the Kimberley gets 90 per cent of its yearly rainfall and it rolls in with big, thundering storms. Coupled with the top end heat, it keeps the crowds away for the locals and a few hardy visitors to enjoy.


per person, twin share


  • Airfares to and from Kununurra
  • Scenic Flight over King George Falls
  • Ord River Cruise
  • Lake Argyle Cruise
  • Hoochery Distillery
  • Wyndham & Five Rivers Lookout
  • Zebra Rock Stone Craft Gallery
  • Motel Accommodation
  • 4 evening meals, 4 breakfasts, 1 lunch

Departing Perth

Senior $3,050pp | Adult $3,090pp

Land Only

Senior $2,450pp | Adult $3,090pp

Travelling Solo? Add $320

Day 1

(MD, Motel) Fly to Kununurra where we settle into our motel for four nights and start to acclimatise to the Northern Wet. In the evening we can spot the red eyes of fresh water crocodiles on Lake Kununurra alongside our motel.

Day 2

(FB, MD, Motel) Today is all about getting up in the air and viewing giant rivers snaking through the landscape. We take off from Kununurra follow the lower Ord to the Cambridge Gulf. Skirting the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf and the Kimberley Coast we reach King George Falls not far from the northern tip of WA. We see the size and power of the rivers in the wet. In the afternoon over to the historic port of Wyndham, established by John Forrest in 1885 as a result of a gold rush at Halls Creek, and now the port centre for the East Kimberley. From the top of the Five Rivers Lookout view the Ord, Forrest, King, Durack and Pentecost rivers all empty into the Cambridge Gulf. Note: Scenic Flight included.

Day 3

(FB, MD, Motel) Travel to Lake Argyle for a cruise on the lake, looking out for crocodiles, wallabies and fish while our guide informs us of the geology, history and environment of this picturesque area. Take a swim in the lake with water temperature over 30 degrees. Lunch at the village and return to town. In the afternoon enjoy a tasting at the Hoochery, local makers of Gin, Whiskey & Rum, an interesting visit for drinkers and non drinkers alike. Note: Lake Cruise and Hoochery Tasting included.

Day 4

(FB, PL, MD, Motel) Cruise from Kununurra following the Ord River 55km back to Lake Argyle and the Hydro Power Station. On the return cruise we are searching for water birds, fruit bats, crocodiles and wild cattle while gliding through the Carr Boyd Ranges. Note: Ord River Cruise included.

Day 5

(FB) Spend the day visiting attractions around Kununurra. A walk up Kelly’s Knob gives a stunning view of the Ord River and the irrigated farming land to the north. The Ord River Irrigation Area covers 45,500 ha flowing towards the NT. We tour around the farms of sandalwood, maize, vegetables, melons, mangoes and visit the Zebra Rock Stone Craft Gallery. Departing Kununurra to return home after a memorable experience in “The Wet” of Northern Australia.

Some modifications may need to be made due to weather conditions.


Some modifications may need to be made due to weather conditions.

Casey Tours use a wide range of Motels as they travel through a wide range of locations. Motels are 3 star or better, some will be 4 or 5 star. All rooms are ensuited. Rooms will be allocated on a twin share basis. (Optional Single Supplement available, please see individual tour details for costing).

Meal Codes and Descriptions

CAB – Camp Breakfast; Cereal, toast, tea & coffee.
BB – Breakfast Boxes; Each room is given a box with all the requirements for cereal and toast.
CB – Continental Breakfast; Provided at motel or at attraction.
FB – Fully Cooked Breakfast; Provided by motel or attraction.

PL – Picnic Lunch; Meat, salads, tea & coffee. Could also be Sausage sizzle or hot dogs.

CAD – Camp Dinner; Supplied by Casey Tours staff, Usually includes, soup, bbq, vegetables, desert.
PD – Picnic Dinner; Examples include Fish & Chips on Cable Beach or a Sausage sizzle at Uluru.
RD – Restaurant Dinner; Provided at a club, bistro or other establishment.
MD – Motel Dinner; Two or three course evening meal. Provided at the motel.

Breakfast on the first day and dinner on the last day of all tours is not included. All meals on planes are not included (some will be offered).

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