Thank you from Hank & Leslie

AH BROOME!! It simply oozes with color...

Right at the Indian Ocean and at the gateway to Australia’s last frontier of pristine wilderness – The Kimberley. From its rough and tumble, romantic pearling history to the cosmopolitan character of Chinatown, to the turquoise waters, red sandstone cliffs and the endless expanse of white sand at Cable Beach…the colors and moods of Broome will capture your soul as they did mine. You’ll never want to leave.

Join our award winning specialist tour guide, Neville, for an experience you will never forget. To Neville, a local Aboriginal man who has lived in the Kimberley and has traditional ties through family connections throughout the region, Aboriginal culture and society are his life. He holds a wealth of knowledge of the region, including the history, topography, flora and fauna and first-hand knowledge of the rich and varied Indigenous cultures of the area. Neville’s passion for his culture, friendly disposition and considerate nature ensure a truly enjoyable Kimberley experience.

The climax of your tour will occur as the full moon rises in Broome its light reflects off exposed mudflats to create a gorgeous optical illusion known as Staircase to the Moon. This magical phenomenon occurs in Broome at full moon and can only be viewed between March and October when the conditions are just right.

This experience is truly as remarkable as it sounds. Thank you, Leslie & Hank Edelman, for sharing your tour highlights and photo with us.

Dear Karen,

We had a wonderful day with Neville our Aboriginal guide. Fascinating man and quite accomplished. Going to try to see the “Staircase” tonight. Last chance.

Neville spoke highly of you and said he did the day with us just for you.  Thought you would like the picture. Thanks for this unique experience.

Hank & Leslie Edelman with award winning Aboriginal tour guide Neville

Neville is a national treasure for Australia and for his people.

All the best,

Leslie and Hank

Australia’s Magical Staircase to the Moon

AH BROOME!! It simply oozes with color...

Right at the Indian Ocean and at the gateway to Australia’s last frontier of pristine wilderness – The Kimberley. From its rough and tumble, romantic pearling history to the cosmopolitan character of Chinatown, to the turquoise waters, red sandstone cliffs and the endless expanse of white sand at Cable Beach…the colors and moods of Broome will capture your soul as they did mine. You’ll never want to leave.

Join our award winning specialist tour guide, Neville, for an experience you will never forget. To Neville, a local Aboriginal man who has lived in the Kimberley and has traditional ties through family connections throughout the region, Aboriginal culture and society are his life. He holds a wealth of knowledge of the region, including the history, topography, flora and fauna and first-hand knowledge of the rich and varied Indigenous cultures of the area. Neville’s passion for his culture, friendly disposition and considerate nature ensure a truly enjoyable Kimberley experience.

The climax of your tour will occur as the full moon rises in Broome its light reflects off exposed mudflats to create a gorgeous optical illusion known as Staircase to the Moon. This magical phenomenon occurs in Broome at full moon and can only be viewed between March and October when the conditions are just right.

This experience is truly as remarkable as it sounds. Thank you, Leslie & Hank Edelman, for sharing your tour highlights and photo with us.

Dear Karen,

We had a wonderful day with Neville our Aboriginal guide. Fascinating man and quite accomplished. Going to try to see the “Staircase” tonight. Last chance.

Neville spoke highly of you and said he did the day with us just for you.  Thought you would like the picture. Thanks for this unique experience.

Hank & Leslie Edelman with award winning Aboriginal tour guide Neville

Neville is a national treasure for Australia and for his people.

All the best,

Leslie and Hank

Australian Beaches

The Australian coastline is approximately the same length as the circumference of planet Earth. Along this vast coastline you will find endless idyllic beaches.

BELLS BEACH

The worlds longest running surf competition is staged annually at Bells Beach, Torquay near Melbourne. The swells from the Southern Ocean that slow down and become steep over the reef-strewn shallows form the outstanding, reliable surf. It is here at Torquay that you will find

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BONDI BEACH

Bondi Beach in Sydney is one of Australias most famous beaches and one of the worlds most well known. It is quintessentially Australian; you will find bronzed bodies and lifeguards ensuring the safety of the many that flock to Bondi to surf in the local waters.

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