Kimberley weather in Dec/Jan - is it too wet?

by Chrissie

I am looking into travelling to the Kimberley for the first time late Dec/Jan and wondered if that's right in the midst of the wet season and therefore not advisable?

I am in need of getting out of Sydney for some meditation and camping...


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Nov 19, 2009
Kimberley Weather
by: Birgit

Hi Chrissie,
The weather and climate is already covered in exhaustive detail, for example in my free Kimberley guide.
I suggest you download and read that first.

Without knowing what you actually plan to do up here I can't say if it's worth coming up or not. It is not the best time of the year for a camping holiday, that's for sure.

Here are a few more pages that address your question:
Kimberley Weather: December - March
From Broome to Darwin in the wet season
Broome in December
Broome in February

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