An escape that’s a world away from daily life, but comes complete with home comforts.
Staying in one of the last true wilderness areas on Earth, in the most remote and beautiful locations, doesn’t mean leaving all of your comforts behind. The Kimberley is home to some of the nation’s most awarded luxury lodges, camps and villas that offer exclusive access to the pristine Kimberley coast, ancient rock art sites, world-class fishing and incredible wildlife safaris.
What’s more, your adventure begins on your journey there, as many of these locations can only be accessed by light plane, helicopter or boat.
Head for Kimberley Coastal Camp or Faraway Bay. Cruise through Western Australia’s humpback whale breeding grounds and meet the amazing marine life of Montgomery Reef. Then finish your day with a shower under the stars.
Enjoy a welcome to country and great hospitality from the Worrorra people. Discover ancient Wandjina culture and meet local contemporary artists. Explore the bush and coast with local guides.
Check into one of the barefoot luxury villas at Berkeley River Lodge.
Or, for a coastal wilderness escape and authentic cultural experience that’s within easy reach, explore the Dampier Peninsula just north of Broome. Against a backdrop of azure ocean, red cliffs, white sands and lush green mangroves, you’ll find a wide range of camping and accommodation options and unique tours.
How to get there
Arranging your travel to your chosen coastal accommodation may best be discussed with your hosts. See the list below for accommodation options.
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 access some of the more remote locations.
Tick it off your Kimberley bucket list with: