The busy Kimberley tourist season is winding down as many travellers head south for a milder climate after enjoying months of warm, Kimberley sunshine over the winter.
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Travelling around Australia is not just the domain of young backpackers, in fact the so called ‘grey nomads’ are hitting the road in increasing numbers. Some are fully equipped with the latest 4WD high-tech vehicle and luxury caravan every conceivable gadget (with all the comforts of home) to those who prefer a simpler and more affordable style of travelling such as a sedan and campervan, or a tent and camping equipment to get away from it all.
If you’re looking for some of the best fishing in the world, the Kimberley region of Western Australia is the place to be.
Australia is one of the most beautiful countries on the planet. From its waterfalls and rivers to its rugged gorges, sunsets and brilliant starry skies, you'll always find yourself stopping to appreciate the scenery in the Kimberley.
So, after a long wait, you’ve finally got a holiday coming up. It is time to explore and have some fun! But, where will you go, and will it be a self-guided or a guided tour?
Are you planning to visit the Kimberley this year, flying from the east coast of Australia?
It has never been so easy to plan a holiday or a trip to somewhere in the world. We literally have travel inspiration and advice at the touch of a button thanks to the internet.
The Kimberley region of Western Australia covers an area of almost 420,000 square kilometres and a population of just 39,000 persons.
The World Heritage Listed Purnululu National Park in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia is where you will find the famous Bungle Bungle Range – a highly prized ‘bucket list’ destination for many travellers.
During the many years living in Broome, we cannot recall having 2 cyclones pass by within two weeks of each other. Whilst the memory fades with age, we can recall some the more memorable ones and near misses, or the 'big one' Cyclone Rosita in 2000, which was at the end of a very good wet season. We have seen dozens of them pass close by without much effect on the town other some welcome, soaking rains and a few leaves and small branches down around the gardens.