Travel to The Kimberleys
The Kimberley is one of the world’s last great wilderness areas. Covering an expanse of nearly 163,321 square miles and with an estimated population of just 30,000 it has fewer people per square mile than almost any other place on Earth. Visitors journey to the region to immerse themselves in thestunning landscape - and to meet the locals who they’ve heard are friendly, unpretentious and proud of their history.
The Kimberley has two distinct seasons - the dry and the wet. During the dry, which continues from May until October, the temperature is warm and comfortable. The wet, which extends from November until April, is characterized by heavy and short downpours in the evening or late afternoon, providing a refreshing change to the heat of the day.
Broome is the gateway to the Kimberly region - an exotic town that was once the pearling capital of the world, drew its population from a range of nations whose people came on the promise of pearls and in the hope of making a fortune. Its colorful history has resulted in a multi-cultural feel. Broome is famous for Cable Beach - all 14 miless of it. This is undoubtedly one of the world’s most stunning beaches - a pure white band bordering a brilliant blue ocean. Just the place for lazy days and sunset camel rides.
The coral atolls of the Rowley Shoals are famed for their almost untouched coral gardens and abundant marine life. Tour by sea plane and cruise boat to the Horizontal Falls - considered one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.
Kununurra is great place for sensational barramundi fishing, scenic flights over the Mitchell Falls and the unforgettable Bungle Bungle Range at the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park, or boat trips on Lake Argyle. The lake and banks of the Ord River are home to an incredibly diverse Eco system, including freshwater crocodiles, rock wallabies and hundreds of species of migratory and native birds. Trek on foot into Purnululu’s palm-fringed Piccaninny Gorge or through the fiery-red rock of the Cockburn Ranges. Head into the Carr Boyd Ranges for refreshing waterfalls or Drysdale River National Park for Aboriginal rock art.Near Fitzroy Crossing is the mind-spinning Geikie Gorge, where the yellow, orange and grey of the steep walls mirrored in the river create a stunning picture. The Kimberley WA, one the world’s last frontiers is calling you!
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