Overview

The Kimberley region of Western Australia brings to mind epic adventures featuring rocky gorges, pristine waterfalls and swimming holes, and the creeks and rivers that carve their way through this vast landscape. The East Kimberly is accessible via Kununurra and includes El Questro Wilderness Park and Purnululu National Park (home of the Bungle Bungles). Expedition cruises with True North can also be accessed from here, as can bucket-list attractions, Mitchell Falls, King George River and Berkeley River by air. The west Kimberley region includes the coastal resort town of Broome, which is a good staging post for experiencing the Horizontal Falls, Cape Leveque, and Pearl Farms like Cygnet Bay. Luxury Kimberley cruises also travel from Broome to Kununurra and Darwin, and to the Rowley Shoals.

Featured image: King George River

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The colours of the gorge walls change throughout the day and are contrasted by the lush rainforest and awesome waterfalls.
Lisa, about El Questro Wilderness Area (in the East Kimberley)