With almost one million square kilometres of incredible scenery, stretching between Onslow and Kununurra, the Kimberley and the Pilbara regions in Western Australia’s North West offers up extraordinary experiences unlike anywhere else in the world.

The sweeping landscapes and unique natural attractions together with  the rugged drive trails and picturesque national parks all work to connect you with nature, encouraging you to relax and enjoy the wide open spaces and coastline that are synonymous with this special part of Australia.

Home to Karijini National Park’s ancient geological formations, Burrup Peninsula rock art, Purnululu National Park’s Bungle Bungle Range, the massive tides of the Horizontal Waterfalls and the turquoise waters of Cable Beach, you will see nature at its most spectacular.

While nature takes centre stage, in the Pilbara , there are many cultural highlights.  These include a variety of art galleries, museums and heritage trails which reveal insights into Indigenous stories and celebrate the enduring spirit  of early pioneering families.

Dining out is also a special experience in the Pilbara and Kimberley.  Whether you choose to drink cocktails overlooking an Indian Ocean sunset, dine at a fancy restaurant at  a five star resort, or people watch from a sidewalk cafe, you will be surprised with what the north west has to offer.

If you enjoy shopping you will be dazzled in Broome by the many pearl showrooms displaying beautiful pearl jewellery found in nearby waters.  Argyle diamonds are much sought after around the world and Kununurra is the town to buy this stunning gem.

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