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You don’t have to rough it in the outback.

Even in the wildest frontiers of outback Australia you’ll find the comforts of five-star luxury. Go glamping in Western Australia’s most iconic wilderness landscapes. Climb aboard luxury Kimberley cruises. Or charter a flight on the Kimberley Aerial Highway and hop from wilderness resorts and lodges to homesteads and stations.

Glamping in the outback

Luxury camping in WA’s outback can be found in some of the most surprising and spectacular locations. Safari tents, a comfy bed, plump pillows, private ensuites, gourmet bush restaurants and luxury touring options await your arrival at the Bungle Bungle Ranges, Mitchell River National Park, Mornington Wilderness Park and along the legendary Gibb River Road, as well as on the coast at Cape Leveque and Cape Range National Park.

Wilderness lodges and resorts

Some of WA’s more luxurious properties are so secluded and exclusive, you won’t even find them on a map. Join the celebrities and the privileged few to charter a helicopter, boat or sea plane and escape to the Kimberley’s coastal and wilderness lodges and resorts. Use the advanced accommodation search to explore your options.

Grand homesteads and outback stations

Two beautifully rugged diamonds of outback Australia are El Questro Wilderness Park and Home Valley Station. Surrounded by some of the most spectacularly remote ranges, gorges, rainforests and waterfalls in the world, this is exclusivity at its most adventurous. Fish for barramundi, saddle up, go trekking by helicopter, picnic in blissful seclusion or dine on a cliff top by candlelight.

Kimberley cruises

Gaze in awe and wonder at the North West’s soaring red gorges, majestic waterfalls and pristine islands and reefs aboard a Kimberley cruise. Take your pick from a fleet of luxury vessels, and get your dress-circle seats at the Buccaneer Archipelago, Montgomery Reef and King George Falls.

More outback adventure

Aboriginal Culture & Heritage
Aboriginal Culture & Heritage
Australian Aboriginal culture is one of the oldest surviving cultures on Earth – explore Aboriginal Australia with Western Australia’s authentic Indigenous tourism operators.

Camping & Caravanning
Camping & Caravanning
On a caravaning and camping adventure in Western Australia, you can explore the largest and most diverse expanse of outback landscapes in Australia.

4WD Tracks & Adventures
4WD Tracks & Adventures
Test your mettle on some of the world’s most challenging four wheel drive (4WD) tracks, including the legendary Gibb River Road and Canning Stock Route.

Gorges, Caves & Rocks
Gorges, Caves & Rocks
Two billion years in the making, Western Australia’s outback is home to some of the world’s most magnificent gorges, caves and rock formations.

Homesteads, Stations & Farmstays
Homesteads, Stations & Farmstays
Head for the homesteads, outback stations and farmstays of Western Australia to experience the serenity and simple pleasures of country and outback life.

Outback Animals
Outback Animals
From red kangaroos, to snakes and crocodiles, Australian outback animals thrive in the wide-open desert landscapes and deep gorges of Western Australia.

The Gold Rush Trail
The Gold Rush Trail
The spirit of the gold rush lives on in Kalgoorlie, Australia’s largest outback town, home of the Super Pit and gateway to the goldfields.

Top 10 Luxury Experiences
Top 10 Luxury Experiences
Experience the ultimate luxury of Kimberley cruises or Perth fine dining, and pick up a few Kimberley diamonds and Broome pearls along the way.

Top 10 Food and Wine Experiences
Top 10 Food and Wine Experiences
Get a taste of bush tucker, Margaret River wines, Swan Valley breweries, Perth seafood and WA’s world-famous Manjimup truffles.