The Kimberley

Riding on a camel ‘train’ on the white sands of Cable Beach at sunset, walking in 130 million year-old dinosaur footprints and taking in the renowned Staircase to the Moon phenomenon are just some of the awe-inspiring experiences in The Kimberley.
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Camels at Cable Beach, Broome
Image credit: Tourism Western Australia

The Kimberley is where you’ll find some of the world’s oldest cave paintings depicting the famous mysterious wide-eyed Wandjina figures.

The region, which is three times larger than England with a population of less than 40,000, has an untouched natural landscape with magnificent canyons, crystal clear freshwater swimming holes and diverse wildlife.

The Gibb River Road is one of the country’s most epic four-wheel drive outback adventures stretching 660 kilometres through the Kimberley.

For more information, visit the Kimberley Development Commission.