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One of the last true wilderness areas on Earth.

A land of breathtaking contrasts covering billions of years in history and over one million square kilometres, this is a journey of discovery you will never forget. Be as indulgent or laidback as you wish as you explore this extraordinary outback. 

Find adventure in the ancient gorges of Karijini National Park. Take a flight over the curious Bungle Bungle Range. Ride the world's only horizontal waterfalls. Tackle the legendary Gibb River Road, be awe-struck by some of the oldest artworks on Earth, witness the illusion of the Staircase to the Moon, or take in a Cable Beach sunset from the saddle of a camel.

Depending on how much time you have, you can choose to fly or drive north. 

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Karijini National Park
Karijini National Park
Enter Mother Nature's own adventure world to climb, swim or gaze into the depths of its 100 metre chasms.

Broome
Broome
The pearling capital of Australia is also home to Cable Beach sunsets and the phenomenon of the Staircase to the Moon.

Cape Leveque
Cape Leveque
Take a spiritual journey to see this stunning coastal wilderness through the eyes of the Indigenous people.

Purnululu National Park
Purnululu National Park
Home to one of WA's most fascinating landmarks and the ultimate place for an outback adventure.

Cable Beach
Cable Beach
22 kilometres of sun-kissed white sand, turquoise water and spectacular Indian Ocean sunsets.

Kununurra
Kununurra
This relatively young outback town puts you at the heart of the East Kimberley action.

Bungle Bungles
Bungle Bungles
Take in the full spectacle of these curious beehive domes, located in the Purnululu National Park.

Fitzroy Crossing
Fitzroy Crossing
One of the oldest occupied locations in Australia, with 20 significant cultural sites, including the Mimbi Caves.

Horizontal Waterfalls
Horizontal Waterfalls
There are only two horizontal waterfalls on Earth - both of them located in Western Australia's North West.

Tom Price
Tom Price
This town sits on the doorstep of the awe-inspiring adventure playground - Karijini National Park.

Derby
Derby
The ideal destination for a coast to outback adventure in one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth.

Lake Argyle
Lake Argyle
Classed as an inland sea, cruise or fish the wildlife-rich waters of the largest manmade lake in the southern hemisphere.

Karratha
Karratha
The gateway to the Dampier Archipelago and the world's most prolific prehistoric rock art site.

Kimberley Aerial Highway
Kimberley Aerial Highway
The quickest route to beautiful, world-class wilderness, remote communities and legendary homesteads.

Wyndham
Wyndham
Home of the big croc and giant boab trees, this is also where the great Gibb River Road begins (or ends).

Gantheaume Point
Gantheaume Point
Walk in the footsteps of long-extinct dinosaurs, preserved in the reef rock of Gantheaume Point.

Newman
Newman
Right in the heart of the Pilbara, this is your gateway to the adventure playground of Karijini National Park.

Port Hedland
Port Hedland
Port Hedland sits at the heart of a region that's as rich in Indigenous culture as it is natural wonders.

Halls Creek
Halls Creek
Visit Halls Creek and peer into the second largest meteorite crater in the world - Wolfe Creek.

Chinatown
Chinatown
A dazzling blend of pearl showrooms, art galleries, east-meets-west restaurants and sidewalk cafes.