The Kimberley is Australia’s last frontier, a remote landscape where wildlife, spectacular scenery and cultural significance is abundant
With an expansive 423,000 square kilometres of remote landscape, the Kimberley is a prolific destination featuring wildlife, majestic canyons, freshwater swimming holes and indigenous culture stretching back tens of thousands of years. With the region being largely untouched, the Kimberley is home to an incredible array of beautiful beaches, untouched coral atolls and an amazing array of marine life.
Hemmed by impenetrable coastline and arid desert landscapes, this region is a true wilderness, perfect for adventurers with a true appreciation of nature and wildlife. With so much to see and do, the region is great for solo travellers, families and couples alike.
To ensure your journey includes a touch of luxury, include a stay at the well-appointed El Questro Homestead, perched on the edge of the Chamberlain River. View the Kimberley from a unique perspective, onboard the wonderful True North cruises for a luxury multi-day cruise, allowing access to remote destinations not accessible by land.