Kimberley Tourist Information Centres

Contact Information, Addresses, Phone Numbers
for all Visitor Centres in the Kimberley

Every town in the Kimberley, no matter how small, has a Kimberley Tourist Information Centre.

And every one of these Visitor Centres that I walked into has proved to be very helpful.

The lovely staff are always patient with your questions and even willing to reveal the little local secret places and top spots. (If you go about asking the right way.)

I was always given a stack of free maps and information materials, and never did anyone try to sell me any tour or accommodation or anything that I hadn't asked for.

The only Kimberley Tourist Information that is a bit different is the one in Broome. The staff are still extremely courteous and helpful, but no matter what I asked, I was invariably just presented with a brochure and price list to choose from.
Broome just gets too busy for the staff in the Visitor Centre to have time for you and it ends up feeling very commercial. They'll make bookings for you, and that's it.

But as you know, I strongly recommend to visit Broome in the off season anyway...

If you think of visiting the Kimberley you probably want to plan ahead, so here is contact information for all the Kimberley Tourist Information Centres.

If you know what you are after best contact them during the off season. You will find they have a lot more time to answer your questions. Ring them, fax them, email them, just ask them, they'll help.

Kimberley Tourist Information
Contact The Visitor Information Centres


Broome Visitor Centre

Address:
1 Hamersley Street (first round-about as you enter town)
PO Box 352
Broome
Western Australia
6725

Telephone: (08) 9195 2200 (international +61 8 9195 2200)
Email the Broome Visitor Centre
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Derby Visitor Centre

Address:
30 Loch Street
PO Box 48
Derby
Western Australia
6728

Telephone: (08) 9191 1426 (international +61 8 9191 1426)
Freecall: 1800 621 426 (within Australia)
Fax: (08) 9191 1609
Email the Derby Visitor Centre
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Fitzroy Crossing Tourist Bureau

Address:
Flynn Drive (cnr Forest Road)
PO Box 101
Fitzroy Crossing
Western Australia
6765

Telephone: (08) 9191 5355 (international +61 8 9191 5355)
Fax: (08) 9191 5085
Email the Fitzroy Crossing Tourist Bureau
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Halls Creek Visitor Centre

Address:
2 Hall Street
PO Box 242
Halls Creek
Western Australia
6770

Telephone: (08) 9168 6262 (international +61 8 9168 6262)
Freecall: 1800 877 423 (within Australia)
Email the Halls Creek Visitor Centre
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Kununurra Visitor Centre

Address:
75 Coolibah Drive (East Kimberley Tourism House)
PO Box 446
Kununurra
Western Australia
6743

Telephone: (08) 9168 1177 (international +61 8 9168 1177)
Email the Kununurra Visitor Centre
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Wyndham Tourist Info

Address:

Great Northern Hwy (at Kimberley Motors)
PO Box 38
Wyndham
Western Australia
6740

Telephone: (08) 9161 1281 (international +61 8 9161 1281)
Email Wyndham Tourist Info

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