The Kimberley

One of the last true wilderness areas on earth.

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A land of breathtaking contrasts covering billions of years in history and over one million square kilometres, this is a journey of discovery you will never forget. Be as indulgent or laidback as you wish as you explore this extraordinary outback.

Find adventure in the ancient gorges of Karijini National Park. Take a flight over the curious Bungle Bungle Range or a boat cruise alongside Western Australia’s highest waterfalls – King George Waterfalls. Tackle the legendary Gibb River Road, be awe-struck by some of the oldest artworks on Earth, witness the illusion of the Staircase to the Moon, or take in a Cable Beach sunset from the saddle of a camel.



Karijini National Park

Two billion years in the making, Karijini National Park is one of Western Australia's most spectacular natural attractions offering amazing hiking trails through ancient gorges. With massive gorges, crystal clear rock pools and waterfalls, Karijini National Park is a must for anyone with a thirst for adventure. 

Purnululu (Bungle Bungle) National Park

Earning a place on the National and World Heritage lists, Purnululu National Park is home to the Bungle Bungle Range of Western Australia's Kimberley region. 350 million years in the making, it's the most unique and captivating range on Earth.

Take in the full spectacle of these curious beehive domes on a scenic flight from Kununurra, Broome or Halls Creek, or an open-door helicopter flight from within Purnululu itself. 

Gibb River Road

The legendary Gibb River Road Top Trail is an icon of outback adventure through the heart of the Kimberley in Western Australia’s North West. The moderate 660 kilometre dirt track passes through remote station country with magnificent scenery and plenty of opportunities to get out of your vehicle to discover one of the many fresh water gorges.

The Gibb, as it is affectionately known, was built for droving cattle from Wyndham to Derby. Today it caters for a steady stream of four-wheel-drives.

Gyorn Gyorn Paintings

The Gyorn Gyorn Paintings (also known as the Bradshaws) are believed to have been created 60,000 years ago. This dates them among the earliest figurative paintings ever made, and at least five times older than the Egyptian pyramids. They're a true wonder of the world.

Spread over 50,000 square kilometres of the north Kimberley wilderness, there are some 100,000 Gyorn Gyorn art sites in total. The easiest way to find a few is to join a local Indigenous tour guide - giving you unique insights into the early history and legends of one of the oldest living cultures on Earth.

Horizontal Waterfalls

There are only two horizontal waterfalls on Earth and you can look wide-eyed and open-mouthed upon both of them at Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago of Australia's North West.

The white waters are thrilling to ride by boat and awe-inspiring to view from the air. Join a scenic flight or sea safari to the Horizontal Waterfalls from Kooljaman in Cape Leveque, Broome or Derby to see and experience it for yourself.





Rediscover the romance, Kimberleys’ style and against the spectacular backdrop of the northwest outback, there are beautiful properties from which to enjoy a relaxing, romantic getaway with your loved one.