The Kimberley is located on the northernmost part of Western Australia, spanning an area three times the size of England, or almost 421,451 square kilometres. With a population of 40,000 people, there are fewer people per kilometre in the Kimberley than almost any other place on Earth.
The Kimberley is as diverse as its visitors, and offers rugged forges, powerful waterways, and a clear, luminous ocean. Enjoy a sunset camel ride in Broome, take a 4WD along the Gibb River Road to Kununurra, or visit the Bungle Bungles of Purnululu National Park. Broome, the main town in the Kimberley, is also gateway to the remote and beautiful Dampier Peninsula. If you stay long enough, you may be tempted to experience it all. If you don’t have time for that, here are 5 must dos for your time in the Kimberley.
The Kimberley is magnificent and for most, a ‘bucket list’ experience that will only be done once. So be it the expert team of Kimberley specialists at 1300 Cruise or your more general travel agent that you look to for advise on the Kimberley, be...
What are the best things to do in Broome? Famous for its stunning beaches and rich pearling history, Broome is the perfect place to escape to or to explore. Here are the top destinations we love in Broome.
Listed as one of the top five beaches in the world, you can’t come to Broome and miss this stunning beach. Named after the telegraph cable that linked Australia to Singapore and then on to England, Cable Beach runs for 22km. You can drive along it until you find your perfect slice of paradise or you can ride a camel for a unique holiday experience.