Leave Darwin and stop off at either Edith Falls for a swim or to explore the majestic Katherine Gorge, one of the Nitmiluk National's highlights (it all depends on the season). After lunch, head off to the Katherine region where you'll stay the night.
Make your way to Lake Argyle, an artificial lake created by the Ord River Dam. For a little perspective, Lake Argyle is 21 times the size of Sydney Harbour so spending the day taking in the sight of this giant (and beautiful!) lake is a great use of your time!
Time for some exhilarating 4WD action as you wind your way into the Bungle Bungle sandstone massif! These dome-shaped, orange and black banded sandstone formations can reach up to hundreds of feet high and are an impressive sight to see so while the journey may be bumpy, the scenery is incredible. And you'll even catch your first Kimberley sunset while setting up your tents at the bush camp. On Day 4, explore the many rock formations and visit the breathtaking Echidna Chasm and magnificent Cathedral Gorge. If you want a different point of view, you can even take to the skies (at your own expense) on a helicopter flight!
Leave the Bungles behind and make your way to El Questro Station, through the awesome scenery of the Carr Boyd and Durack ranges. At the heart of El Questro Wilderness Park, this stunning camp will be your home for the night (you'll wish it was more).
Be ready for an early morning start with a hike into the beautiful Cockburn Ranges, a sprawling sandstone escarpment more than worth the wake up call. Go for a refreshing swim under the waterfall at Emma Gorge then hit the road and head along the Gibb River road.
Grab your swimsuit as you're heading to the Kimberleys! You'll plunge into the inviting waters of Manning and Barnett Gorge and take in your stunning surroundings, filled with mighty rivers, thundering waterfalls and lush rainforest strikingly set against arid desert.
You'll get the chance to see Galvans or Adcock Gorge today (depending on the season) before making your way over Windjana Gorge, a favourite with resident freshwater crocodiles. Good luck on picking your favourite of the day!
Finish off your trip by paying a visit to the Napier Range and its fascinating 750m underground cave at Tunnel Creek, West Australia's oldest and a fascinating site of bushranger history. Continue on towards Broome, with a stop off at Willare Bridge, to see the rushing torrent of water flow into the Fitzroy river. You'll arrive into Broome in late afternoon and, with any luck, you'll be just in time to catch a brilliant sunset at Cable Beach. What better way to end your journey?