The Kimberly, in North Western Australia, is one of the world’s most unique and vast wilderness regions, with hundreds of thousands of kilometres of ancient landscape to capture your imagination! It stretches across Australia’s north-west from Broome in the west to Kununurra in the east.
Here, you can experience remarkable dramatic and undisturbed landscapes, such as the massive Wolfe Creek Crater National Park, the Bungle Bungle Range (with their famous beehive-shaped Bungle Bungles), Cathedral Gorge, Windjana Gorge, Echidna Chasm, Ord River, Mitchell Falls, and King George Falls. Witness the amazing tidal movements at Horizontal Falls or watch Montgomery Reef “rise” from the ocean as tidal waters cascade into surrounding channels.
Experience Questro’s Zebedee Springs, one of the world’s prettiest hot springs. The dinosaur footprints around Broome are recognised as the most significant in the world and are a remarkable remnant of ancient life in the Kimberley. Broome’s Cable Beach boasts 22 kilometres of pristine, white sand edged by the stunning turquoise water of the Indian Ocean.
There’s just so much to experience in the Kimberly!