The Kimberley, Australia

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What we enjoyed: The stunning scenery and the many wonders of mother nature.

The Kimberley is Western Australia’s northernmost region. Described as Australia’s last frontier it is known for its spectacular scenery defined by rugged ranges, breath taking waterfalls, unforgiving deserts, and its largely isolated coastline.

The stunning colours of Rowley Shoals reef

The stunning colours of Rowley Shoals reef

Western Kimberley has an Aboriginal history dating back to at least 40,000 years and continues to be home to Aboriginal groups practicing traditional law in the world’s oldest continuous culture.

The Kimberley coastline is a fantastic region to explore and we’ve outlined a few of the highlights below. We are happy to tailor a bespoke itinerary or provide a suggested itinerary depending on the length of time you wish to stay with us.

Rowley Shoals

12 hours from Broome Port is any diver’s paradise the remote and pristine Rowley Shoals Islands. The islands are part of the Rowley Shoals Marine Park which offers shallow lagoons, abundant marine life and stunning coral. The Rowley Shoals has three key reefs – Mermaid Reef, Clerke Reef and Imperieuse Reef.

Horizontal waterfalls – Talbot Bay
Horizontal Waterfalls

Horizontal Waterfalls. With each tide the direction of the waterfalls change.

Talbot Bay is home to the stunning and well known Horizontal waterfalls. David Attenborough (2013) described the waterfalls as “One of the greatest wonders of the natural world”.

As their name suggests the waterfalls run horizontally compared to vertically, which is due to sea water building up faster on one side of the gap than the other. With each change of the tide the direction of the waterfall reverses. The waterfalls must be seen for this wonder to be truly appreciated.



Buccaneer Archipelago
Buccaneer Archipelago

Buccaneer Archipelago has over 800 islands.

With over 800 rocky islands the Buccaneer Archipelago is a beautiful area to visit. The islands are a result of sea levels rising, which has created a drowned coastline. Due to the limitations of accessing the islands their beauty is preserved.  Some islands have patches of rain forest, rocky coastlines and high cliffs. The islands are rich with fauna and wildlife.




Montgomery Reef
Montgomery Reef

Montgomery Reef is Australia’s largest inshore reef.

With a falling tide the wonders of Montagomery Reef appears, allowing it’s beauty and wildlife to be enjoyed. The reef covers a region of 270 km² and is Australia’s largest inshore reef. The reef is abundant of marine life including sponges, turtles and crabs.




Kings Cascade
The stunning waterfalls of King Cascade.

The stunning waterfalls of King Cascade.

Along the Prince Regent River in Kimberley, the beautiful waterfall Kings Cascade can be found. This is the ideal stop for a swim in crystal clear waters and to take a photo by the stunning waterfalls.




Vinsittart Bay
Artwork dates back over 17,000 years.

Artwork dates back over 17,000 years.

Jar Island, Rocky Cove, and Jalandal are beacons for rock art enthusiasts. Some of the artwork dates back over 17,000 years with the possibility some artwork being much older. At Vinsittart Bay not only can the artwork be enjoyed but the peaceful coves nestled along the bay.






King George Falls 

The breath taking waterfalls of King George.

The King George Falls are probably Kimberley’s most spectacular waterfalls due to their height. The twin waterfalls are a staggering 80 meters high making them the highest in Western Australia. Whilst visiting the waterfalls a dip in the refreshing waters is a must.






The Kimberley is one of the hottest parts of Australia and has a tropical climate. On average the annual mean temperature is 27c with the dry season being from May to October. From November to April the region will receive 90% of its rainfall. During this time the region will experience cyclones and often rivers will flood.

Our team will help create the perfect itinerary to ensure the many wonders of the Kimberley are enjoyed.

Contact us today to find out more.