Tailor made self drive tours, Western Australia

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Udialla Springs, Gee Gully Creek, Derby, Western Australia, 6718
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Tailor made self drive tours, Western Australia

2 Night stay

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Choose 3 activities from a selection of options.


  • Unpowered campsite with campfire areas
  • Bathroom facilities
  • Full day tour
  • Morning tea, lunch and sunset nibbles

 At Oongkalkada we promise you an adventure of a lifetime, a journey that will give true meaning to “seizing the moment”. As our guest, you share this rare country with its traditional owners. Within 200Km from Broome, or 100Km from Derby, you will find your exclusive camp resting amongst a remarkable Kimberley wilderness setting, with the mighty Fitzroy River at your doorstep, fresh mineral springs surrounding your camp base and an amazing array of fauna and flora as your backdrop. Here you will find the real Aboriginal Kimberley.


  3 Tour activities can be selected from the following:  


1.    Wetlands Indulgence

Take in a picnic amongst some Kimberley wetlands. This wetland ecosystem provides a startling array of birdlife and seasonal water lilies as a backdrop to splendid lakes and creek systems.


2.    Fitzroy River Fishing Adventure

Try your hand at catching an elusive barramundi at the mighty Fitzroy River.  A short walk from the wilderness camp base offers awesome fishing opportunities at an exclusive river location.


3.    Lakeside Freshwater Prawn Catch and Cook

A short drive from the wilderness camp takes you to a spring fed lake. Enjoy the serene scene as the sun sets quietly and you learn the skill of casting a net into the lake to catch your own bounty of cherubin – the freshwater prawn of the Kimberley.


Self drive tour Udallia Springs fishing

4.    Kimberley Backroads 4WD Station Tour

Travel the backroads of the Udialla Springs station to take a scenic view of Nyikina country. You will take a 4WD adventure through dry creek beds and little known tracks to visit peaceful river locations and lush spring systems.


5.    Aboriginal Sacred Site – Water hole

Visit a living site in the area and hear the traditional story of how this came to be. This is an amazing spring that offers healing water amongst a dry and barren salt marsh area.


6.    Bush Walk

Take a guided walk from the wilderness camp to appreciate the natural beauty of the area, walking through spring systems and across to the mighty Fitzroy river.