Kimberly Australia - The Region's Attractions
A Picture Guide To The Kimberly In Western Australia
The Kimberly in Australia is one of the remotest, wildest and most beautiful regions on earth.
For me it was love at first sight, and a good enough reason to move here permanently.
That's right, the Kimberly Australia Travel Guide is written and maintained by a Kimberly resident, not by some tourism business.
I hope you enjoy it, find it helpful, and when you visit here I hope you will love it as much as I do.
A picture guide to the attractions of
the Kimberly region in Australia
Tidal rivers have carved the vast and ancient Kimberly plateau into a wonderland of ranges and gorges, mesas and floodplains. And have a look at this coast coast and the beaches! My pictures of the Kimberly can only hint at the beauty of this region...
Cape Leveque - Jaw-Droppingly Beautiful Bush Retreat
Cape Leveque near Broome is both: affordable wilderness camp and luxury resort. And it has the best beaches in Australia. Just make sure you pick the right time...
Gibb River Road - The Truth About This Kimberly Adventure
Over the last years the Gibb River Road has become very popular with Kimberly travellers looking for the best Kimberly gorges, untouched nature, and four wheel driving adventures. As a result the Gibb River Road has changed a lot...
The Mitchell Falls - The Most Beautiful Kimberly Waterfalls
It's not just the Mitchell Falls that make the Mitchell Plateau special, there is so much to discover and do here. This is one of my favourite places in the Kimberly...
The Bungle Bungles/Purnululu National Park
This Bungle Bungles guide makes sure you get the most out of your visit to Purnululu National Park.
Kimberly National Parks
Travel information and pictures of all Kimberly national parks: I chose my top three (Purnululu, Mitchell River and Tunnel Creek), which are your favourites?
Broome - What Is It Really Like?
Does Broome in Western Australia live up to the promises of the travel industry? The opinions on Broome are divided.
Kununurra - Tourist Paradise In The East Kimberly
In the local Aboriginal language Kununurra means Meeting Of The Big Waters. An appropriate name indeed, as water is the most noticeable feature of the eastern Kimberly Australia region.
Barramundi Fishing - How To Catch A Barramundi
Don't worry if you don't know all that much about Barramundi fishing. I'll tell you where to find the Barra, and how to hook them, right here.
Kimberly Pictures - Kimberly Photos Gallery
The Kimberly Australia photos are grouped by location or theme, and come with explanations and links to more information about the area.
Kimberly Western Australia - The Facts
Sure, the Kimberly in Western Australia is remote. How remote? Here are all the facts and numbers...
Kimberly Climate And Kimberly Weather The Kimberly climate is defined by a distinct wet season and dry season. We have no spring, summer, autumn and winter, and this is initially confusing for visitors not familiar with the tropics. Here's a guide to the monthly weather in the Kimberly.
Maps Of The Kimberly, Western Australia
A guide to all Kimberly maps and maps of Western Australia available on this site. Many are free, some are printable, and some...