Savannah Way The easiest way to reach some of the Kimberley’s finest treasures – The sealed highway from Broome to Kununurra leads you through ancient caves, dramatic gorges and the curious Bungle Bungle Range.
Dampier Pensinsula A coastal drive taking you back to simple pleasures and ancient culture – Go fishing, mud crabbing, bush food foraging, swimming or snorkelling and stroll the wide-open stretches of pristine beaches.
Gibb River Road A true outback odyssey on one of Australia’s most unique 4WD tracks – Go ‘over the range’ and into the Kimberley’s vast untouched wilderness, ancient gorge country and epic cattle stations.
Highway 1 South of Broome Blissfully secluded coastal camping is more accessible than you think – Drive south of Broome for a glamping experience at Eco Beach, or set up camp on the vast white sands of Eighty Mile Beach.
Day Trips to Wyndham
Waterfalls, swimming holes, rock art, a bird's-eye view of where five rivers become one with the sea and stunning scenery that formed the backdrop of the film Australia - all just a short drive from Kununurra.
Kalumburu Road A detour into the deep north that few have experienced – Traverse wild escarpments and rich tropical rainforests to the tiered falls of Mitchell Plateau and WA’s most remote coastal community.
Duncan Road The secret scenic route between Halls Creek and Kununurra – Encounter some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the Kimberley, following the White Mountain Hills and mighty Ord River.
Tanami Road Crossing the Tanami Desert is one of the most memorable ways to reach the Red Centre – Gaze in awe at the second largest meteorite crater in the world, an oasis of art and wetlands filled with birdlife.
Canning Stock Route One of the world’s most challenging and remote 4WD adventures – Tackle the longest stock route on Earth, traversing dunes and difficult terrain through the Gibson, Great Sandy and Tanami deserts.