The Kimberley is a land of extremes and home to some of the most spectacular landscapes in Australia.
From the stunning white sand beaches of Broome, to the magnificent waterfalls and gorges of the Gibb River Road, you could easily spend a lifetime exploring this incredible part of the world.
Remote, rugged and utterly beautiful, it’s not hard to see why a trip here is so compelling.
The aim of this website is to give you an inside look at the many attractions of the Kimberley, along with real-life tips and advice.
Many tourist information centers and tour operators will tell you that the roads are rough and the traveling is difficult. Well, the roads can be rough but anybody can do an self-drive tour of the Kimberley and discover these amazing landscapes for themselves.
Read on and we’ll show you how!
About the Kimberley
- Climate and the Best Time to Visit
- Sample Itineraries
- Kimberley Road Conditions and Distances
- Travelling with Pets in the Kimberley
- Towing a Caravan in the Kimberley and Gibb River Road