First hand, practical information about the Kimberley region is hard to find. So naturally, ever since I started this website, I have been receiving many questions.
In the end I sat down and put together this free resource, to help people who are thinking about a trip into this region.
If you have questions like...
...then download your free Kimberley Pocket Guide now.
It's similar to a travel guide book. Well, it IS a travel guide book, but with focus on the information that you need BEFORE you leave home.
It has all the information that you need in the early stages of planning a big trip, all the answers to questions that my readers kept asking me and that you will be asking yourself sooner or later!
After reading this guide you should be able to decide:
Just fill in your details below and ALSO sign up to my popular, free newsletter.
It has 68.625 subscribers as of 19.05.2018!
As a welcome all new subscribers receive the Kimberley Pocket Guide (plus the new Red Centre Pocket Guide).
The newsletter is published seasonally (more frequently during the first half of the year, every 2-4 weeks) and if you ask my subscribers, I do not write nearly often enough!
Newsletters contain updates and condition reports for roads, tracks and parks, let you know about changes to regulations and permits, share trip reports and advice from other readers and more.
You can access the back issues of those newsletters here to see exactly what you will be signing up for. You can also see how often I write, and that there is no spammy or promotional content in my emails.
I think you'll agree: If you plan to visit the Kimberley in the near future you can not afford to miss this information.
(Many more people contact me and ask to be put on the newsletter list than people who ask for the free pocket guide!)
So sign up below and download the FREE Kimberley Pocket Guide
Don't worry, there is no catch with this offer. The main reason I am offering the free booklet is that it saves me answering a lot of email questions!
The free guide has already helped many people, and I hope that you will find it useful, too!
And if you don't want to receive
the newsletters any more, just click the "unsubscribe" link that is included with
every email. Easy.
What happens once you click "Subscribe":
You will receive an email that asks you to confirm your "subscription". (It's an automated email. Unfortunately I can't change the wording.)
Once you click the confirmation link in that email you will be taken to a "Thank You" page. That page tells you where to download the guide.
To be safe I will also email the download link to you, once you have confirmed your "subscription".
As mentioned above, you are signing up for a free newsletter. If I make any changes to the information on the website or in my guide books, then I will let you know. I will also let you know if anything important in the Kimberley changes that travellers need to know about. (Like for example the unexpected closure of the Imintji Roadhouse in 2014, an important fuel stop on the Gibb, or the introduction of a new permit for the Mitchell Plateau, coming into effect for the 2018 season.)
Things here change often and I
don't want you to go on your trip with outdated information!
The second way to get access to the Kimberley Pocket Guide is simple:
Just download it here. :)
There is no catch, all of this really is free, and I hope you will find it useful!
Looking for more detailed information? Then you should check out the full guide: Destination Kimberley
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