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Welcome to the Kimberley
Discover Australia's last great wilderness.

The Kimberley is one of Australia’s hidden treasures with an immense and complex landscape that encompasses spectacular gorges, waterfalls and cave systems, pockets of lush rainforest and an astonishing variety of wildlife. Wild and wonderful, the Kimberley is one of the world’s last great wilderness areas.

Kimberley Australia

The Kimberley region of north Western Australia

Located on the northern-most part of Western Australia and covering some 421,451 square kilometres (approximately 261,000 miles), an area three times the size of England and three fifths the size of Texas, the Kimberley is home to only 40,000 people meaning that there are fewer people per kilometre than almost any other place on the planet. Learn more about The Kimberley.

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Kimberley Destinations

Photo: Kununurra

Kimberley is an amazing piece of Australia, surrounded by many unique and interesting towns. There are the larger towns of Broome and Kununurra, interspersed with smaller villages, such as Derby, Halls Creek and Wyndham. With the growth of industry and tourism, many of the towns have developed an interesting character and charm.

Cable Beach

Photo: Cable Beach

Washed clean every day by tides that can reach over nine metres, Cable Beach is renowned as one of the most stunning beaches in the world, with twenty-two kilometres of pristine white sands and all the space you could desire fringing the fresh clear, turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. See more of Cable Beach.

Kimberley's Natural Attractions

Photo: Purnululu National Park

The Kimberley is a vast and pristine area with so many unforgettable places to explore. Take a trip into Purnululu National Park where you will marvel at the thousands of huge beehive-shaped mounds of the Bungle Bungle. Other attractions include the Devonian Reef, Fitzroy Crossing and Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater.

Ord Valley Muster

Photo: Ord Valley Muster

The Ord Valley Muster started from humble beginnings in 2001. Held during May each year, the Ord Valley Muster features an outstanding line-up of concerts and activities for the entertainment of Kimberley residents and visitors to the region.

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