Camping and Glamping

Camping and Glamping in the Kimberley

The closest you can get to a true wilderness experience and a reconnection with nature.


Zip open your tent and watch the changing colours as the morning sun hits the unique Bungle Bungle Range in World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park. Step from your camp bed and hike to the spectacular tiered Mitchell Falls, looking for ancient rock art along the way. Sit in the shade of your rustic beach shelter on the Dampier Peninsula, watching humpback whales breach in the turquoise waters. Lie in your swag, or your own private bathtub, under a sky filled with more stars than you’ve ever seen. Wake to the sound of pearl farmers preparing their boats, or a chorus of birdsong floating from the bushland.

There are camping and glamping experiences to be found in almost every kind of spectacular wilderness location in the Kimberley. From basic swags for the most seasoned camper, to beach shelters, to en-suite safari tents will all meals catered for those seeking a touch of luxury. You even have the freedom to go self-guided, or to join an organised 4WD tour with a local expert guide.

How to get there
Broome and Kununurra are serviced by domestic flights and operate as gateways to the greater Kimberley region.

Vehicle hire and tours

Car and camper van hire companies are located in Broome, while Kununurra offers car hire only. A number of 4WD tour operators also give you the option to let someone else do the driving while you enjoy the scenery.


Road conditions

Road conditions in the Kimberley vary from bitumen to natural rocky trails and red earth, so it’s vital that your vehicle is suitable for your itinerary. A high clearance 4WD may be necessary, and it’s not recommended to tow caravans, trailers or boats in certain areas. Check road conditions with the local visitor centre or shire before travel. 


Best time to travel

The peak months for travel in the Kimberley are during the cooler months between May and October, when it’s possible to gain road access to some of the more remote locations.



Tick it off your Kimberley bucket list with:

APT Bell Gorge Lodge  

Stay at APT’s exclusive network of Kimberley Wilderness Lodges located at Mitchell Falls, Bell Gorge and the Bungle Bungle Range. More information and bookings. 

East Kimberley Tours Bungle Bungle Bushcamp 

East Kimberley Tours

Our Bungle Bungle Bushcamp accommodation in the Kimberley is unique with our gorgeous ensuite cabins, swimming pool, bar and dining area. More information and bookings.

Kimberley Wild Expeditions  
Kimberley Wild Expeditions
Our extended 4WD tours take in the best of the Kimberley in comfort with the most experienced guides in the region. Stay in our private Safari Camps while on tourMore information and bookings.

The Billi Broome 

The Billi
Surrounded by a tropical oasis 8 Villas, 6 Luxury Tents and 1 Studio. The Billi is luxurious in every way.  More information and bookings.

Adventure Wild Camping 

Adventure Wild
Experience an incredible journey learning the culture, history, flora & fauna of the unique Kimberley in safety comfort & style. More information and bookings.

Britz Campervans   
Britz Campervans

Wake up with the ultimate room with a view with a Britz 4WD. Well thought out design for comfort on the road! More information and bookings.

Wandjina Tours 

Wandjina Tours
Remote, unique and authentic. Ecotourism meets Aboriginal culture. Experience Raft Point with us and connect with its spirit. More information and bookings. 

Kooljaman at Cape LEveque 

Kooljaman at Cape Leveque
Enjoy the sea breezes and beautiful views from your beach shelter, Safari Tent or cabin! Campsite also available. More information and bookings.

Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm 
Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm 
Stay on a working pearl farm on the Dampier Peninsula. Safari Tents, cabins and camping options are available. More information and bookings.

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