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the north west 

where ancient culture, landscapes and nature abound
the north west:

is one of the last true wilderness areas on earth, a vast land of breathtaking contrasts covering billions of years in history and over one million square kilometres. The north west consists of three sub regions each offering unique experiences, events, attractions and scenery.

the pilbara: a region of epic proportions, boasting some of the world’s most stunning ancient natural landscapes, dating back a billion years. the spectacular gorges and terrain of karijini national park dazzle visitors with some of the western australia’s highest peaks and deepest gorges. The inspiring murujuga national park contains over 700 historic aboriginal archaeological sites and 1,000,000 rock engravings.

broome and the dampier peninsula: broome is the gateway to the Kimberley region, it is a sleepy coastal outback town and a popular holiday destination filled with a rich history and multicultural influences. its spectacular coloured landscapes, pearling history and ancient aboriginal heritage captivates visitors. From dinosaur footprints to tropical sunsets and star gazing of the southern night sky. head off to the Dampier Peninsula and Cape Leveque for a striking contrast of red pindan cliffs, white sand beaches and clear turquoise water, take a helicopter flight over the kimberley coast, or drive an epic road trip along the gibb river road - broome it’s the perfect destination for a unique outback, coastal and cultural adventure

the west and east kimberly is where ancient culture, landscapes and nature flourish. A land of thundering waterfalls, cathedral like gorges, ancient art galleries, boab trees and giant tides. Offering some of Western Australia’s most unique wilderness experiences. Covering nearly 423,000 square kilometers, take a flight over the magnificent bungle bungle range in purnululu national park or a boat cruise alongside western australia's highest waterfalls – king george falls. Drive the legendary gibb river road. immerse yourself in aboriginal culture, art, stories and dance. 



pilbara: Karijini national park, murujuga national park.

broome and the dampier peninsula: cable beach, roebuck bay, cygnet bay, cape leveque

kimberly coast: rowley shoals, king cascades, king george falls, mitchell falls   kununurra: Lake argyle and the ord river, purnululu national park

bungle bungle range, cathedral gorge, echidna chasm, gibb river road


coastal adventures

culture & heritage

nature & wildlife

authentic outback experiences, indigenous culture & experiences, rugged coastlines, fishing, camping, wildlife encounters and wildflowers ( seasonal)


need to know:

this region is vast and expansive and nees time to explore. private touring and self drive/ road trip is available. There are long distances, quirky remote towns, fascinating characters, ancient stories and stunning natural attractions such as awe inspiring landscapes, pristine beaches 

our tips:

the region is accessible by air (broome and kununurra), road and luxury cruising 

the best time to travel is from april to november (the dry season) 

It is the perfect destination for adventure seekers and transformational travellers



The north west region has two very distinct seasons, each offering vastly different experiences. The best season to visit is between the months of April and November. the dry season 

may to oct - winter or dry season 

Winter is the most popular time to visit. Daytime temperatures range from 20°C to 30°C, perfect for enjoying all outdoor activities. On the coast, nights are cool with fresh breezes.

the wet season 

nov to apr- summer or wet season (monsoon)

in summer there are fewer crowds, the days are hot and humid and the nights are balmy. it is known as the wet season, the rain falls in heavy, short downpours in the late afternoon and evenings. expect great lightning shows, dramatic sunsets, thundering waterfalls and plenty of wildlife.


Although many tours operate year-round, during the Wet Season, some attractions can’t be accessed due to closed roads.

getting there:

The Kimberly region can be accessed by road, sea and air.


If you have the time, self-drive road trips are highly encouraged, with so much to see and do along the way. Motorhomes are the ultimate road trip vehicle.


luxury cruises companies depart perth, broome, wyndham and darwin, and operate from March to November


broome can be accessed by road, sea, and air. qantas and virgin australia fly directly from perth 

perth 2.5 hrs

Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane  (June to September)  5 hrs 

kununurra has direct flights with qantas and virgin australia:

Perth 3hrs

Broome 2hrs 

Darwin 1hr

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