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Pentecost River, on the Gibb River Road
Location

Pentecost River

Attraction Wyndham

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
via Wyndham Karunjie Road, Wyndham WA 6740
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The East Kimberley Pentecost River is famed as one of the best spots in the area to go Barramundi fishing. The epic four wheel drive track, the Gibb River Road, crosses over the Pentecost River & it is this crossing where you can throw a line in. Fishing not your thing? Just soak up the unique scenery.

The Wharfinger House Museum, located in Derby
Location

Wharfinger's House Museum

Attraction Derby

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Corner Elder and Loch Streets, Derby WA 6728
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Learn about the fascinating history of Derby with a visit to the Wharfinger's House Museum. Exhibits feature the telecommunications, shipping & aviation history of the area. See a range of interesting displays about the Wharf & the demise of the steam ship.

Water well on the Canning Stock Route
Location

Canning Stock Route

Attraction Halls Creek

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Canning Stock Route, via Halls Creek WA 6770
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The Canning Stock Route was originally created by Albert Canning in 1908 for Kimberley cattlemen to take their stock to the southern markets. The remote Canning Stock Route covers 51 wells & stretches 2,013kms from Halls Creek to Wiluna.

The Grotto, located south of Wyndham
Location

The Grotto

Attraction Wyndham

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Grotto Road, Wyndham WA 6740
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The Grotto is a magnificent gorge that provides a picturesque & safe swimming spot. The 120 metre cliff face drops into the water, becoming a spectacular waterfall during the wet season. Swim in the still refreshing waters of this natural chasm.

Couple hiking in Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle Range)
Location

Purnululu (Bungle Bungle) National Park

Attraction Kununurra

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Duncan Highway, Kununurra WA 6743
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The Bungle Bungle range, in the World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park, is one of Western Australia's most fascinating landmarks & the ultimate place for an outback adventure. Here you can camp out under the stars, 4WD the rugged terrain & hike through gorges that are millions of years old.

Boab Tree Prison
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Boab Prison Tree

Attraction Derby

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Broome-Derby Highway, Derby WA 6728
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The massive ancient Boab Prison Tree is believed to be around 1,500 years old & sits on the outskirts of the remote northern town of Derby, in Western Australia's rugged Kimberley region. The tree is 14 metres in circumference.

Lake Kununurra and the 'Sleeping Buddha'
Location

Celebrity Tree Park

Attraction Kununurra

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
via Old Darwin Road, Kununurra WA 6743
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You can see the celebrities who have visited the East Kimberley hub of Kununurra at Celebrity Tree Park. Since the park opened in the late 1980's, a number of celebrities have visited to see the town & the Ord Irrigation Scheme.

Gibb River Road
Location

Gibb River Road

Attraction Derby

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Derby WA 6728
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The legendary Gibb River Road Top Trail is an icon of outback adventure through the heart of the Kimberley in Western Australia's North West. The moderate 660 kilometre dirt track passes through remote station country with magnificent scenery and plenty of opportunities to get out of your vehic...

Couple planning a 4WD outback Kimberley adventure
Location Children Allowed

Joonjoo Botanical Trail

Attraction Derby

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Corner of Derby Highway and Worsley Road, Derby WA 6728
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The Joonjoo Botanical Trail provides an excellent opportunity to view a wide diversity of flora and fauna. Stroll along the interactive walking trail, reading the informative plaques to learn about the various species along the way. Discover how the Nyikina People utilised this area.

Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater, south of Halls Creek
Location

Wolfe Creek Crater National Park

Attraction Halls Creek

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Wolfe Creek Crater Road, Halls Creek WA 6770
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One of Australia's most remarkable outback landscapes, the massive Wolfe Creek Crater National Park lies on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert in the East Kimberley. Wolfe Creek Crater is the second largest crater in the world, measuring 880 metres across and to a depth about 60 metres.

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