Discover the Kimberley icons from Broome

Think of the Kimberley and no doubt some iconic places spring to mind - the Mitchell Falls, the Bungles, the "Horries". If you're planning a holiday to Broome, you might think that a lot of these places are too far away to 'do' without a long trip through the Kimberley - think again! With scenic…

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4 unique day trips from Broome

Get to know the Dampier Peninsula by the people who live and breathe it by joining an indigenous tour. Tap into your adventurous and curious side by joining an indigenous tour exploring the Dampier Peninsula's far-flung sceneries on a day trip from Broome. Led by local guides, each tour offers…

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Broome, Kimberley and Pilbara Festivals in 2024

From Aboriginal culture to Asian influences and early settler traditions, the Broome, Kimberley and Pilbara regions are a melting pot of cultures. The North West is a haven for 'culture vultures' with a mixture of bright and colourful festivals, celebrating the rich diversity of the regions amidst…

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The Best Art Awards are in the Kimberley and Pilbara

When it comes to incredible art, size doesn't matter with some of Australia's smallest regional towns across the North West home to some of the country's most revered art awards. The colourful contrasts of the region's natural environment and raw beauty, layered with strong cultural connection makes…

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Top 10 spots for romance in the Magic Kimberley

“Romance is not dead Michael, you’ve still got it!” - Denise Denise and Michael certainly uncovered some top spots for canoodling on their Magic Kimberley adventures. Here are Denise’s Top 10 spots for making a lasting impression on your loved one in the Kimberley: 1. "Nothing makes you feel…

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10 things to do in Kununurra

Kununurra is unlike anywhere else in Western Australia. Rare pink diamond boutiques share the streets with rough and ready country pubs, while Aboriginal art centres lead to a sugarcane-fed rum distillery and an historic pumping station turned café. Red outback dirt fringes the bitumen, true blue…

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Discover more in the Bungles

Bungles 1. Be a ‘rock star’! Belt out a soulful tune in Cathedral Gorge surrounded by the ancient red rock carved by water erosion through the ages. The acoustics are so phenomenal that members of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra have performed there in the past. 2. Hike to Echidna Chasm for…

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More to explore along the Gibb

We know you'll be hiking into gorges and having some refreshing swims along the way, but what else can you do on the Gibb? Here are some of our top picks, and different ways to explore! 1. Save some room to indulge – you won’t be short of tempting food options as you travel along the Gibb. We’re…

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5 things to do in Roebourne

40 kilometres east of Karratha you’ll find the town of Roebourne, the first town established in the North West. The restored stone heritage buildings that dot the town date back to its establishment in 1866. Its location near Karratha makes Roebourne an easy destination to add to your trip to the…

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