The Kimberley Australia
The Kimberley is a wild and remote region in the far North of Western Australia that boasts a raw beauty which must be seen to be believed.
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Great Northern Highway
Gibb River Road
Explore the kaleidoscopic coastlines and visit the quirky festivals of Broome and the Dampier Peninsula.
Take an excursion up the Kimberley Coast for magnificent scenery including towering coastal gorges and waterfalls, tidal phenomena such as the Horizontal Falls, great fishing and ancient Aboriginal art decorating cave walls.
Hit the road with a 4×4 trip up the Gibb River Road into the Kimberley’s vast interior revealing pristine gorges and swimming holes. Aboriginal communities and cattle stations, sprawling savannahs and a few other hidden treasures.
Head to the most remote part of the Kimberley, up one of the roughest roads and be rewarded for the effort by the tiered waterfall, breathtaking gorges and forests of Livistona palms on the Mitchell Plateau and Kalumburu.
East Kimberley is home to the town of Kununurra (the adventure capital of the Kimberley), Wyndham, Lake Argyle, and the Ord River to name a couple.
Cruise the 1000km Great Northern Highway between Broome and Kununurra that spans the entire width of the Kimberley and detour into some of the region’s most stunning and accessible attractions. Such as Purnululu Nation Park (Bungle Bungles).
Carlton Ridge in 30 seconds
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