A group of top performing APT travel agents and their guests were recently treated to a trip exploring the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
The 11-day Kimberley Wilderness Adventure started in Broome and ended in Kununurra, with a special welcome dinner kicking things off at Broome’s iconic Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa.
The following morning, guests hopped on board the APT four-wheel drive outback vehicles, which transported them along the Gibb River Road for the 660km journey to Kununurra.
Highlights of the journey included visiting Bell Gorge, Cathedral Gorge and Galvans Gorge, enjoying a helicopter ride over Mitchell Falls, visiting Wandjina and Bradshaw art, hiking with Aboriginal guides to learn about the local environment and culture, and driving through the mighty Bungle Bungle Range.
The agents also stayed at a variety of places, which included historic cattle properties such as Drysdale River Station and Home Valley Station, and APT Wilderness Lodges, that gave guests the change to camp in style.
Enjoying sunset in the Bungle Bungle Range: Front row – John O’Bryan (Guest), Marinella Ghion (RACQ), Jeff Saxon (Guest), Norma Clark (Where in your World Travel & Cruise Wagga Wagga), Annie Taylor (Guest), Shirley Joslin (Guest), Rachel Guillaume (Guest), Octavia Whittaker (Our Vacation Centre), Adam Lothian (Guest), Andre ‘Andrew’ Guillaume (helloworld Wheelers Hill).
Back row – Anna Hamilton (Guest), Angela Kaluzyn (Skilled Travel), Cristy Joslin (Jetset Williamstown), Ryan Montgomery (APT), Amanda Taylor (Our Vacation Centre), John “Kempy” Kemp (APT Driver Guide), Aaron Christian (APT), Carly O’Bryan (Travel and Cruise Belrose).