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Bushwalking
bushwalking piccaninny gorge

Kimberley. Western Australia

3 WEEKS

Fully Booked

DATES

4 to 24 April 2021 Fully Booked

2 to 22 May 2021 Fully Booked

At the end of the wet season waterfalls and swimming holes follow one another along the languid rivers of the South Carr Boyd. We will explore rugged gorges by foot and by swimming where very few have been. We will provide you the right equipment to keep your pack dry.

In the North Carr Boyd  campsites are located on the waterfalls or in boab country, the swims are in turquoise natural pools or in the deep blue rivers, the escarpment offers vast views across the ranges or the plains and I will take you to hidden rock art sites .

Purnululu National Park is a mythical and very isolated world of breathtaking natural beauty. Beyond Cathedral Gorge, beyond the famous domes and beyond Piccaninny gorge, in the heart of the park, in a world forgotten by tourists, carved by almost 400 millions years of erosion, snuggled up in lost times, 5 small gorges are hidden: “The 5 Fingers”.

 

 

 

BushWalking
bushwalking carr boyd river landscape

Kimberley. Western Australia

2 WEEKS

Fully Booked

DATES

4 to 17 April 2021 Fully booked

9 to 22 May 2021 Fully booked

We will explore the two distinct areas of the Carr Boyd Ranges, North and South.

We will navigate the waters of Lake Argyle to the South Carr Boyd. At the end of the wet season waterfalls and swimming holes follow one another along the languid rivers of the ranges. We will explore spectacular deep gorges by foot and sometimes by swimming.

"Bush swimming" the main gorge is fun and will open our mind to explore the country from a different perspective.  We will provide you the right equipment to keep your pack dry.

We will reach the North Carr Boyd by helicopter. The highlights in these ranges are the campsites located beside the waterfalls or in boab country under the stars. We will  swim in the deep blue rivers and walk to a warm turquoise natural pool fed by water seeping through the cliff. The escarpments offers vast views across the ranges or the Dunham river plain and we will discover hidden rock art sites.

 

 

BushWalking
bushwalking purnululu national park

Kimberley. Western Australia

1 WEEK

Fully Booked

DATES

18 to 24 April 2021 Fully Booked

2 to 9 May 2021  Fully Booked

Purnululu was only known to Aboriginals People and a few adventurers. Listed as a World Heritage Site since 2003, Purnululu still remains a mythical and very isolated world of breathtaking natural beauty.

Purnululu National Park is a mythical and very isolated world of breathtaking natural beauty. Beyond Cathedral Gorge, beyond the famous domes and beyond Piccaninny gorge, in the heart of the park, in a world forgotten by tourists, carved by almost 400 millions years of erosion, snuggled up in lost times, 5 small gorges are hidden: “The 5 Fingers”.

The "5 Fingers" are therefore 5 small gorges, all 5 different from each other. Sometimes 200 meters high, the cliffs shrink, leaving the walker with only the space necessary for his progress. The light is dimmed, the orange red of the rock collars the daylight a light pink. The air is cooling. We evolve in a world of unreal dimensions.

 

 

 

Bushwalking Swimming
bushwalking carr boyd south small gorge

Kimberley - Western Australia

1 WEEK

Fully Booked

DATES

4 to 10 April 2021 Fully booked

9 to 15 May 2021 Fully booked

The Carr Boyd Ranges are 1.2 billion year old ranges located near Kununurra in the North East Kimberley of Western Australia near the Northern Territory border. The ranges are situated between the west shore of Lake Argyle and the Dunham river. From Lake Argyle, the Carr Boyd Ranges appear dry and uninteresting, the reality is totally different.

At the end of the wet season waterfalls and swimming holes follow one another along the languid rivers of the South CarrBoyd. We will explore  spectacular gorges, some up to 200 metres deep,  by foot and by swimming.  We will provide you the right equipment to keep your pack dry.

 

 

 

BushWalking
bushwalking carr boyd north swim

Kimberley - Western Australia

1 WEEK

Only 2 places left

DATES

10 to 17  April 2021 Only 1 place left

15 to 22  May 2021 Only 1 place left

The Carr Boyd Ranges are 1.2 billion year old ranges located near Kununurra in the North East Kimberley of Western Australia near the Northern Territory border. The ranges are situated between the west shore of Lake Argyle and the Dunham river. From Lake Argyle, the Carr Boyd Ranges appear dry and uninteresting, the reality is totally different.

The highlights in the North Carr Boyd are the campsites located on the waterfalls or in boab country, the swims in turquoise natural pools or in the deep blue rivers, the escarpment offering vast views across the ranges or the plains and hidden rock art sites hidden from many for thousand of years.

 

 

 

Bushwalking Swimming

Sandy Creek - Tjaynera Falls

Top End - Northern Territory - Australia

3 days

Families Welcome !

DATE

From Friday to Sunday or on request

This tour allows those who have a short time to enjoy the landscapes and natural pools of Litchfield National Park in peace. It is also a great introduction for those who want to experience off-track bushwalking in Northern Australia. We will go where others do not go, to discover little-known cultural sites and some natural pools that we will explore by swimming.

Litchfield national Park is situated 100 km from Darwin. The popular tourist sites are situated in the Northern area of the park. We will walk the southern remote part where only a few bushwalkers venture.

 

 

 

Surprise Falls

Top End - Northern Territory - Australia

5 days 

Families Welcome !

DATE

From Friday to Tuesday or on request. Please contact us with preferred dates.

This 4 night / 5 day  tour is for crystal waters lovers. We will walk in search of the most beautiful swimming pools between Surprise Falls and Tableland Falls. We will explore Tableland Creek and the tributaries only carrying a day pack and we will "bushswim" to the main falls. Notraces will provide the dry bags to protect your gear.

Litchfield national Park is situated 100 km from Darwin. The popular tourist sites are situated in the Northern area of the park. We will walk the southern remote part where only a few bushwalkers venture.

 

 

 

Bushwalking

Top End - Northern Territory - Australia

7 days

Families Welcome !

DATES

Dates available on request

This 7 days - 6 nights  tour is for walkers who wish to explore the entire southern area of Litchfield National Park from Sandy Creek in the dry season or Lost City in the wet season to Tableland Creek Falls. It will lead us along the Tableland creek, the Reynolds river area, Red Rock and Tableland creeks. We will explore a wild untouched world of creeks, swimming holes, cascades and gorges. We will also on the last day "bushswim" to the camp. The dry bag will be provided by Notraces.

Litchfield national Park is situated 100 km from Darwin. The popular tourist sites are situated in the Northern area of the park. We will walk the southern remote part where only a few bushwalkers venture.

 

 

 

Bushwalking

Top End - Northern Territory - Australia

9 days

Families Welcome !

DATES

6 to 14 June 2021

8 to 16 August 2021

This 9 day / 8 night dry season tour will lead us to the less travelled parts of Litchfield NP from the iconic Tjaynera Falls to Tableland falls. We will explore a wild untouched world of creeks, swimming holes, cascades and gorges. We will camp under the stars beside the waterfalls or in the savannah.  Twice we will "bushswim" some gorges, swimming with our pack well protected in a dry bag. "Bush swimming" is rambling by swimming instead of walking,  It is fun and it open our mind to explore the country from a different perspective. We will provide you the right equipment to keep your pack dry. Along the way, we will also have the chance to admire some few Aboriginal art sites.

Litchfield national Park is situated 100 km from Darwin. The popular tourist sites are situated in the Northern area of the park. We will walk the southern remote part where only a few bushwalkers venture.

 

 

 

Top End - Northern Territory - Australia

9 days in The Wet

Families Welcome !

DATES

22 to 30 January 2022

This 9 days , 8 nights Wet Season exploratory tour will lead us to the less travelled parts of Litchfield NP from the iconic Tjaynera Falls to Tableland Falls. It will allow you to discover the heart of the park during the Wet Season in Northern Australia. We will walk through the savannah and the rainforest through the lush green landscape, admiring the ragging  creeks and the powerful waterfalls that are normally out of range. We will "bushswim" along quieter gorges in the rainy crystal waters and hopefully enjoy the luxury of cool nights.

We will explore a wild untouched world of creeks, swimming holes, cascades and gorges. Along the way, we will also have the chance to admire some few Aboriginal art sites.

Be prepared to have wet days! On the 2021 trip, it rained everyday.

Litchfield national Park is situated 100 km from Darwin. The popular tourist sites are situated in the Northern area of the park. We will walk the southern remote part where only a few bushwalkers venture.

 

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