A region of incredible natural beauty and spiritual significance to the First Nations people, Western Australia’s Kimberley region is one of Australia’s greatest wildernesses. While you may not see many other travellers on the open roads and the drive days can be long, you don’t have to spends weeks at a time to see a mix of the highlights and lesser-known gems. This short journey will show you some of the region’s best natural landscapes and places of cultural importance, like croc spotting on a wildlife cruise through Geikie Gorge, learning about the legend of Jandamarra on a tour of Tunnel Creek or bushwalking to Manning Falls.
- Take a barefoot stroll as you watch the sunset along Broome Beach.
- Go underground in the historic cave systems of Tunnel Creek.
- Cool off with a swim in a sheltered waterhole at Galvans Gorge.
- Spot a flurry of native birdlife in Geikie Gorge and maybe even a freshwater croc!
- Spend the night camping on a real cattle station.