The Top End Tour Darwin to Broome

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The Top End Tour Darwin to Broome

Kakadu, Katherine, Kimberley and The Bungle Bungles

Wednesday 22 May, 2019 to Saturday 15 June, 2019

Stage One, Darwin to Katherine, 22 May – 29 May 2019
Stage Two, Katherine to Kununurra, 29 May – 4 Jun 2019
Stage Three, Kununurra to Broome, 4 Jun – 15 Jun 2019

Why AllTrails?


No short-cuts! Our extensive preparation and organisation creates the best tours for our clients.


Our owners are usually on tour with you. AllTrails is renowned for good old fashioned service!


From great accom & meals, to the quality ingredients in our famous home-made biscuits and slices!


Our support vehicle is never far away if you need a pick-up or mechanical assistance. Our crew are the best.


AllTrails cyclists are famous for fun, positivity and support. We are proud of the AllTrails community.

The tour at a glance:

Date :

22 May – 15 June 2019

Duration :

24 nights total (short tours: 7nts, 6nts, 11nts)

Distance :

2209 km total

Ave. Daily :

123 km/day shorter options avail

Bike Type :

Road bike (BYO or hire)

Terrain :

Bitumen roads. Undulating terrain.

Group Size :

15-25 approx

Accom  :

Extremely varied! See FAQs for more detail.

Meals  :

All meals included (except rest days)

Difficulty Grading :

7.5/10 – No major hills but some long distances

Deposit :

$ 400

Price :

See pricing tab

  • Epic Australian outback road-bike tour
  • Nature at its finest; big skies, rolling ranges, spectacular landscapes and great weather
  • Fascinating tropical city of Darwin
  • Morning tea swim at Berry Springs Nature Park
  • The iconic & original Jumping Crocodile Cruise (optional)
  • Spectacular Kakadu National Park (including rest day)
  • Palm-fringed pools of Edith Falls
  • Katherine Rest Day
  • Katherine/Nitmiluk Gorge – 100m red cliffs carved out by the mighty Katherine River
  • Katherine hot springs
  • Ancient Aboriginal rock paintings
  • Ancient and giant boab trees some 1500 years old
  • Kununurra Rest Day – the food basket of the north, surrounded by its Lake and red ranges
  • Scenic flight options to the striking rock formations of Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungles)
  • Learn about the legendary Canning Stock Route
  • Visit Wolfe Creek Crater National Park
  • Fitzroy Crossing Rest Day
  • Windjana Gorge & Tunnel Creek day trip
  • Hear the amazing true story of Bunuba man, Jandamarra
  • Spectacular Geikie Gorge
  • Classic outback roadhouses and pubs
  • Broome‘s many highlights
  • Camel Safari on Cable Beach (optional extra)
This ride has been regularly rated by our cyclists as their favourite of all the rides that they have done with us. This is the third time that we have repeated the journey (2009, 2012) and this time we have added in Kakadu, improving what was already an amazing tour! Needless to say, we are really looking forward to it!

On Stage One from Darwin to Katherine you will cycle through some of the most iconic and beautiful Australian scenery including the outstanding Kakadu NP. There are numerous national parks full of gorges, waterfalls, lookouts and swimming holes for you to explore and we have planned our days to give you an opportunity to enjoy plenty of them.

After Katherine you’ll head west on Stage Two crossing the western NT before reaching Kununurra, situated just over the border into WA. This section will show off spectacular escarpments, along with deep greenery and vegetation which contrasts vividly with the vibrant oranges and browns of the landscape.

Crossing the border into WA begins Stage Three of the tour and also marks the start of the Kimberley Region. Covering nearly 423,000 square kilometres, this ancient region has fewer people per square kilometre than almost any other place on Earth. The experiences here will capture your imagination as you are immersed in vast wildlife sanctuaries, spectacular gorges and thundering waterfalls.

It’s an opportunity to have so many of those outback Australian experiences that you have always wanted to do, and AllTrails organise it all for you.


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