About the Kimberley and Pilbara
Australia’s North West Tourism works with travel and trade journalists to promote the region intrastate, interstate and internationally.
The Kimberley and Pilbara regions are the ultimate destinations to experience the extraordinary Australian outback, and home many of Australia’s most iconic natural attractions. These include the spectacular tidal movements at the Horizontal Falls, the remarkable striped domes that are the heritage-listed Bungle Bungle Ranges and the incredible colours of the coastline including Broome’s Cable Beach.
A journey along the Gibb River Road is one of Australia’s last outback adventure drives where you will experience extraordinary landscapes. Highlights of the region’s many national parks include Aboriginal rock art, stunning gorges and waterholes. Experience the region by land, air and sea, with a wide range of touring, cruising and accommodation options from glamping to 5 star accommodation.
The region’s vast, remote beauty can be experienced through a number of guided touring options by land, air or sea, with self-drive options available for the more adventurous traveller.
With a reputation for months on end of sunshine and a landscape rich in rugged ranges, mighty rivers, spectacular waterfalls, unique wildlife and pristine beaches, the Kimberly and Pilbara is the ultimate destination to experience the extraordinary Australian outback – in comfort and luxury.
Regional Tourism Organisations
Western Australia is divided into five tourism regions:
- Australia's North West
- Australia's Golden Outback
- Australia's Coral Coast
- Australia's South West
- Destination Perth
Each of these regions is marketed by a Regional Tourism Organisation (RTO). The activities of RTOs are undertaken with assistance and financial support from the tourism industry and Tourism Western Australia.
Australia’s North West Tourism is responsible for the promotion of the North West as a premier tourism destination in both domestic and international markets with the objective of increasing visitor arrivals on behalf of its members.
For more information about what we do click here.
Commercial Filming and Photography
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) supports and encourages both private and commercial filming and photography on land and waters managed under the Conservation and Land Management Act 1984 (CALM Act land).
The protection of natural, cultural, heritage and landscape values are key considerations when DBCA assesses applications for commercial filming. It is therefore important that filmmakers and photographers consult with DBCA before commercially filming on CALM Act land, and that there are procedures in place to ensure the protection of an area’s acknowledged values.
For more information about DBCA Commercial Filming and Photography applications click here or contact the relevant local Shire or Council.
Regional Shires and Councils
Regional Visitor Centres
Whether you need general information or assistance with an itinerary, our Regional Visitor Centres are here to help visitors plan an unforgettable holiday in the North West. They have a wide variety of tours and experiences on offer and can provide advice on destinations to visit, share local knowledge and stories and point you in the right direction for your travels.
To contact a Regional Visitor Centre click here.
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ANW is a not-for-profit organisation, funded by a combination of membership fees and support from Tourism WA, Local Governments and other stakeholders. Our membership covers a broad range of businesses that are dispersed throughout the region.
Membership ensures you are part of a powerful local tourism network and by remaining active your membership contributes towards the promotion of the North West domestically and internationally, ultimately driving business to your door.
To download our Membership Prospectus click here.
For more information about ANW Membership contact the team at (+61) 08 9193 6660 or send us an email email@example.com.
ANW Constitution and Code of Conduct
To read the Australia's North West Tourism Constitution, click here.
To read the Australia's North West Tourism Code of Conduct & Ethics, click here.
ANW Annual Report 2021-22
To read the Australia's North West Tourism Annual Report for the financial year 2021-22, click here.
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Telephone: (+61) 08 9193 6660
Australia's North West Tourism represents a membership base of more than 260 tourism operators including accommodation and entertainment venues, attractions, event organisers, transport providers…