Broome and Beyond

The outback meets the beach in The Kimberly – the region that covers Western Australia’s northern reaches. Base yourself in the coastal town of Broome and take your time to explore the epic landscape.

Cable Beach

An endless ribbon of white sand awaits at Cable Beach – just eight minutes from Broome’s township. Nab the best seat in the house on the back of a camel and watch as the sun sinks below the turquoise waters as your ride struts lazily along the shoreline.

The Bungle Bungles

See these beehive-like mounds from the sky on board a scenic flight or take a four-wheel drive safari and stay overnight for the ultimate outback adventure. The Bungle Bungle Range is located within the Purnululu National Park in the east Kimberly.

Karijini National Park

You could spend a week exploring this national park, but for those short on time day tours are also available. Known for its gorges and freshwater pools, hiking and swimming are popular past times here.

Cape Leveque

Red cliffs line the sandy shore at Cape Leveque, 200km north of Broome. Stay at Kooljaman, a remote wilderness camp owned by the local Indigenous community and tour the area with those who know it best.

El Questro wilderness park

Take your pick from a range of accommodation options and curate your own El Questro adventure. Set on 700,000 acres in the east Kimberly, here you can explore deep gorges, bathe in thermal springs and discover rainforests with cascading waterfalls.

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