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About the Kimberley

The Kimberleys is an ancient region full of remarkable landscapes, thundering waterfalls and spectacular gorges. The Kimberleys is Western Australia’s hidden gem with both coastal and outback towns you can enjoy a range of experiences. Inland you can follow ancient cave system at Tunnel Creek National Park or on the coast enjoy some of the world’s most beautiful beaches with untouched coral atolls with amazing variety of marine life. The Kimberleys can offer you any type of adventure. 

The Top End & the Kimberleys

A diverse unique wilderness, covering 423,00 square kilometres is the area known as the Kimberley. Massive Boab trees, Ironwood and red flowering Eucalypts dominate the rugged and deep gorge and long winding river systems. Featuring rock art from the indigenous community and an abundance of flora and fauna, the area is full of culture and history.

The Kimbelery can be a gateway to other destinations in Central Australia, Western Australia or the Top End. So many places to explore.

The Kimberley is a trip of a lifetime you’re never forget. The Kimberlys is the wilderness with rugged ranges, beautiful gorges and vies along the coastline. The Kimberly is famous for the landscape, rich Indigenous culture, cattle and natural resources. The wet season is during November to April is when they get 90% of the rainfall. The dry season has clear blue skies and warm days and some cool nights. A huge part of the economy for the Kimberly is mining, tourism, agriculture, aquaculture, pearling and Indigenous art. The layout consists of deep rocky gorges, limestone caves, waterfalls, mountains and grassy plateaus.

Regional Attractions

Nautilus Aviation tours over Darwin


Darwin is the capital of Australia’s Northern Territory and a former frontier outpost. It’s also a gateway to the National Parks of the area. Its popular waterfront area has several beaches and green areas like Bicentennial Park.

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Darwin's Mary River in the wet

Kakadu & Litchfield

Cascading waterfalls, rugged escarpments, aboriginal rock art, giant crocodiles and exotic bird life. Kakadu or Litchfield National Park will change how you see the world. Experience the magic of this ancient land, only a few hours from Darwin.

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Explore Uluru at sunset


The Red Centre is home to Uluru and Kata Tjuta. There is an abundance of things to do and see in the region. Alice Springs is not too far away. There are tours, train trips and independent travel all make this a memorable visit.

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Cullen Bay sandbar in the Kimberleys


Broome is a beach resort town in western Australia’s Kimberley region. Along its Indian Ocean coastline, the white sands of 22km-long Cable Beach offer a dramatic backdrop for sunset camel rides.

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Mount Augustus National Park

The Top End

The remote north-west coast of Western Australia is a unique destination worth the effort to visit. Make your way across to Darwin and see the best of the Top end of Australia.

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Kings Park and Botanical Garden


Perth, capital of Western Australia, sits where the Swan River meets the southwest coast. You will find bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces. A short drive to wineries or visit Rottnest Island.

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Find your dream tour of the Kimberley, Central Australia a or visit the West.