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
100 Things To See In The Kimberley Book
The Kimberley is one of Australia’s last untamed wilderness areas. It is a land of extreme beauty, extreme weather and extreme wonder. To travel here is an adventure, however you do it. 100 Things to See in the Kimberley is the culmination of a life spent exploring the Kimberley, written by Scotty Connell from Kimberley Spirit Tours, Kununurra.
The Kimberley is one of Australia’s last untamed wilderness areas. It is a land of extreme beauty, extreme weather and extreme wonder. To travel here is an adventure, however you do it. 100 Things to See in the Kimberley is the culmination of a life spent exploring the Kimberley. Written by Scotty Connell, Kununurra local and award-winning tour guide, the 180-page ‘bucketlist’ book takes readers to some of Scotty’s favourite places across the north west of Australia, from stunning, fern-lined pools, to incredible waterfalls and through wonders found nowhere else on Earth.
Unlike many destination guides, this one was penned by a local who spends nearly every day searching out its secrets. Each page has space for the reader to make their own notes; each of the places are mapped out in the front and all are included in the order you’ll come across them if you begin an adventure in Broome.
A5 in size, it’s designed to fit in a backpack or a glove box, rather than be left on a coffee table.
Softcover | Published by Exploring Eden Media
March 25, 2019 | 180 Pages | ISBN 978-0-6484646-0-0
Weight .5 kg
Dimensions 21 × 14.8 cm
Categories:Book, The Kimberley
Tags:100 things to see in the kimberley, book, The Kimberley
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Kimberley. We pay our respect to the Elders for they hold the hopes of Indigenous Australia.
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