The Kimberley in Australia is one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth, with iconic outback landscapes and undiscovered secrets billions of years in the making.
Covering nearly 423,000 square kilometres in north WA, with a population of less than 40,000 people, it’s here you’ll encounter some of the most extraordinary outback adventures in Australia. Discover ancient gorge country, vast cattle stations, pristine castaway beaches, one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth and the world’s only horizontal waterfalls.
How to get there
The exotic pearling port of Broome and the heart of the Kimberley outback, Kununurra, are the two main hubs offering the perfect base for your wilderness adventure. You can fly direct from most Australian cities, or plan an epic road trip. See How to get to the North West for details.
Cable Beach, Broome
Watch the sun setting over 22 kilometres of pristine white sand while catching a ride on a camel train.
As the full moon rises it creates a staircase effect that makes for a truly original scene.
An iconic 4WD outback adventure through the heart of the Kimberley.
One of the world's best kept secrets is around 350 million years old.
Some of the world's oldest art, by one of the world's oldest living cultures.
Sheer 100-metre walls make this one of the Kimberley’s most stunning gorges.
There are only two horizontal waterfalls on Earth and you’ll encounter them both here.
A man-made lake 20 times the size of Sydney Harbour and teeming with wildlife.
Out-of-this-world snorkelling and diving experiences, with 233 varieties of coral and 688 species of fish.
Cruise 1,000 untouched islands and ride the world’s only horizontal waterfalls.
Discover world-class fishing and immerse yourself in one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth.
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Broome Getaway7 Days
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Rugged 4WD Adventures14 Days
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