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Kimberley Wild Expeditions

Broome, Western Australia 6725, Australia
+61 8 9193 7778
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Kimberley Wild Expeditions operate the best 4WD tours out of Broome. Exploring the Kimberley with small, diverse groups in clean, comfortable 4WD vehicles, our travellers enjoy our local expertise and real passion for this beautiful corner of Australia that we call home. In 2011 Kimberley Wild was thrilled to be inducted into the West Australian Tourism Council's Hall Of Fame. This extraordinary honour followed our Gold Medal Awards for Best Tour Operator three consecutive years: 2008, 2009 & 2010. Kimberley Wild is proud to be recognised in such a way and will strive to continue providing excellent quality adventure tourism experiences throughout Broome and the Kimberley region, and consistently aim to exceed our travellers' expectations.
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  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Broome, Western Australia 6725, Australia
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Kimberley Wild is a totally professional, experienced, safe, reliable organisation working in difficult conditions with excellent staff. Anyone coming on this trip needs to be aware that it is a camping, not glamping/luxury tour, but is finely tuned to suit the distances, terrain and conditions...More

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Took a half day tour that showed us around the Broome area. China town, visiting a pearl shop, Japanese Cemetery and Matso’s Bar. Finish off with a sunset camel ride or beach nibbles on Cable Beach. A great driver.

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We had a wonderful trip with Aleshia she was such a good driver and full of information. Food was great bus clean and just a very enjoyable day out right to the top of Cape Leveque.

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We did the Cape Leveque day trip and thoroughly enjoyed it. There is a fairly long drive to get there with some rough dirt roads, but the 4x4 vehicles are well set up for this. We visited Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, Beagle Bay Church, One...More

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nowakowski2014
28 April 2018|
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Response from KimberleyWild | Property representative |
Hi nowakowski2014. Not a problem at all. The cave is high and wide but if you are not comfortable with going through, of course you are welcome to rest up at the entrance and relax until the others return.
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nowakowski2014
28 April 2018|
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Response from Rob L | Reviewed this property |
hi, when i did the 22 days tour we also visited the Tunnelcave., and in the group we also had one person who did not wanted to go in, so she stayed out. So i think you can stay outside but you will miss a good story and a... More
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peskykitty
17 February 2018|
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We did the one day Cape Leveque tour and we would thoroughly recommend it. Next time though we’ll hire a four wheel drive and travel towards the Kimberley and across to Darwin from Broome. The outback of Australia is well... More
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