On a budget? There is plenty to see and do while in Australia's North West that won't even cost you a cent!
Swim in Natural Gorges
Dive into crystal clear water in rugged surrounds for a refreshingly liberating experience and a memorable way to wash off the desert dust.
Peruse some of the world's oldest art galleries dating back tens of thousands of years. The petroglyph rock engravings of the Burrup Peninsula and spectacular Kimberley Wandjina images are mind-blowing.
This natural phenomenon is created when a full moon reflects off the mudflats at Roebuck Bay during the low tides of March to October. It's a natural spectacle not to be missed.
Dramatic gorges, rich red orange desert earth, smoky turquoise mangrove swamps, endless white sandy beaches and vivid blue bays make this region a photographer's dream location.
Boab Prison Tree
Head to Derby and be witness to this intriguing 1,500-year-old hollow tree, with a girth of 14.7 metres. This tree was used by early police patrols as an overnight lock-up and is well worth a visit for its colourful history.
Enjoy a lazy Saturday morning ambling through Broome's famous Courthouse Markets. This eclectic collection of local art and crafts makes it the perfect souvenir pit stop.
Walk along the monuments to Broome's early and brave divers who lost their lives in pursuit of precious pearls. The unusual headstones of beach coloured rocks depict how many young men died from the bends, drowning or fierce cyclones.
Bush Walking in Minyirr Park
Bright green spinifex contrasts with sand dunes and fiery red soil along 22 kilometres of coastal walking trails near Cable Beach.
A treasure trove of fossils exists around the coastline of Broome, proving the existence of a dozen different dinosaurs, including the famous 130 million-year-old footprints at Gantheaume Point, revealed at low tide.
Flying Boat Wrecks at Low Tide
Immerse yourself in Broome history at the wreck of three Royal Dutch Air Force flying boats buried in the mud at Roebuck Bay - a fascinating reminder of the Japanese air raids of World War II.