Visit the land of the remote Worrorra people on the southern edge of Camden Sound, on the north-west Kimberley coast in Western Australia and immerse yourself in local indigenous culture. View amazing art sites and the special Wandjina Warriors site, boat trips, smoking ceremonies, enjoy fishing and stories around the campfire.
Sun Pictures in Broome, Western Australia is the oldest operating outdoor picture gardens in the world, continues to screen films to this very day. This open air picture garden attracts both locals and tourists keen to relax in a deck chair under the stars and enjoy the latest releases in historical surroundings.
Lake Argyle – Australia’s largest freshwater lake. Relax in the most spectacular pool in the Kimberley, Western Australia surrounded by the mighty Carr Boyd Ranges. In the remote wilderness of the Kimberley region in the far north of Western Australia, there is a magnificent lake set amongst some of the most stunning scenery on Earth.
The Argyle Diamonds Ord Valley Muster showcases over 30 Events across 10 exciting days! There is something for everyone! The jewel in the Muster’s crown, The Kimberley Moon Experience, wraps up this incredible community celebration with an epic concert experience.
A truly remote wilderness experience, Faraway Bay is a soul-enriching hideaway on Western Australia’s spectacular Kimberley coastline where clocks are superfluous and your days move only to the rhythms of tides and sunsets.
View perfectly preserved dinosaur tracks at low tide in rock on the beach along the Broome coastline in Western Australia which once was an ancient forest floor. Marvel at the brightly coloured birds that bask amongst the Mangrove trees lining the coast and be amazed by the history that hides on our ocean floor.
Take in the Spectacular View of the Ord Valley. Kununurra, the gateway to the East Kimberley, is an ideal base to venture out and experience untamed and adventure playground of natural attractions. The vast, stunning landscape around Kununurra is truly awe inspiring, and is the perfect backdrop for an outback adventure.
Journey deep inside the Devonian Reef – Mimbi Caves Come on an amazing journey deep inside Mimbi Caves, part of the 350 million year old Devonian Reef system. Hear fascinating stories as your guide takes you back to a time when local Aboriginal people inhabited this unique network of caves that have been carved out of this ancient fossilised reef system over millions of years.
Tunnel Creek National Park is Western Australia’s oldest cave system. The creek flows through a huge water-worn tunnel beneath the limestone of the Napier Range. Walk 750 metres through the tunnel, wading knee deep through several permanent pools to see ancient stalactites and stalagmites and beautiful curtains of glimmering flowstones. The cave is home to a variety of bats.