For many, the Kimberley is considered Australia’s final frontier. Wild and remote, it’s a massive region that is three times the size of the UK (and bigger than 75% of the world’s countries!) The raw beauty of the region must be seen to be believed. Whether you see the Kimberley by land or sea, you will leave here feeling enriched and spellbound by the raw beauty of this isolated part of Australia.

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Kimberley Coast

Highlights of the

Kimberley Coast

The Kimberley coast is simply spectacular, stretching and bending its way north and east from Broome all the way to the Northern Territory border. Experience waterfalls, coastal gorges, islands and mint fishing spots. Whether you want an unreal coastal adventure or luxurious waterfront escape, this north-west edge of Australia is the most incredible coastline that offers it all.
Below is a list of our favourite spots.

Buccaneer Archipelago

The Buccaneer Archipelago is a group of around 1,000 islands located along the coast north of Derby. These remote and largely uninhabited islands are known for their rugged terrain and pristine, white sandy beaches.

Crocodile Creek

One of the most visited waterfalls on the Kimberley coast, found on an isolated stretch south of Cockatoo Island and accessible only by boat. To be safe from the salties, there is a spring-fed pool up the sandstone walls where you can swim.

Horizontal Falls

What happens at Horizontal Falls is incredible! Huge tides pushing water through two, extremely narrow gorges rush so quickly and with such force that water bands up on one side, creating a surging white rapid.

Montgomery Reef

As each enormous Kimberley tide retreats, Montgomery Reef appears to rise out of the sea, shedding water in spectacular cascades and countless waterfalls.

Raft point

Raft Point is an imposing bluff rising from the middle of Doubtful Bay in the Heart of Worrora country.

Ruby Falls

An amazing waterfall that has with a hidden spa pool beneath above, with its own small waterfall and a gorgeous vista over the main pool below.

Camden Sound

The 700,000-hectare Lalang-garram/Camden Sound Marine Park hosts the world’s biggest humpback population.

Camp Creek

A secluded, deep pool in Prince Regent National Park.

Prince Regent Amphitheatre

A natural amphitheatre wet season waterfall that drains into the Prince Regent River.

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