Going away for a holiday is one of the best parts of summer, no matter where you choose to travel. We all want to remember our travels, and taking some great photos is one of the best ways to keep the memory alive.
Sometimes those gorgeous views just don’t translate to the memory card quite as well as you had hoped, especially if you have no instruction from a professional. Photography doesn’t have to be challenging, and you can have gorgeous vacation photos no matter how little experience you have in photography.
Broome is sometimes perceived as an expensive destination. Let’s face it, it’s a really remote spot, but once you get to know the town, you’ll find there’s plenty to do that doesn’t break the bank.
The Kimberley is one of the most unique destinations on earth, with landscapes that have been millions of years in the making. Comprising an area of more than 400,000 sq km and with a population of less than 40,000 one of the best ways (and sometimes the only way) to explore this remote outback area is on board a small group cruise. A Kimberley cruise lets you experience the astounding scenic coastline and diverse landscapes; from the pristine beaches to ancient gorge country, and the world-famous horizontal waterfalls.
The end of November is much looked forward to each year in the Kimberley, and in particular in Broome, when the Broome Lion's Club presents their annual Mango Festival.
While you are planning your travels in the Kimberley this year, we recommend that you book tours ahead rather than wait until you arrive at your destination.
To date, more than 150 countries have made almost 2,000 videos of people singing along to Pharrell Williams' song Happy for a project called We Are Happy. Broome has now joined that group, How can you not be happy in Broome with all that sunshine and blue sky?
"The AFTA Travel Accreditation Scheme (ATAS) is an industry accreditation scheme that sets the benchmark of quality for the travel industry.” - afta.com.au
From 1 July 2014, Travel Agents are no longer required to be licensed (former Licence No TA-0033062) and the Travel Compensation Fund (former Member No: 8718) is being wound up. To retain the confidence of consumers in dealing with our company, Best Of The Kimberley is currently seeking accreditation through the new AFTA Travel Accreditation Scheme (ATAS),
We see that it has been rather cold in the south eastern states over the past few days and we are sure that thoughts are turning to finding somewhere warm to escape to. The Kimberley winter weather is a perfect place to warm your bones and put a smile on your face. With daily temperatures averaging in the high 20s and low 30s across the region for months on end, you can understand why the grey nomads gravitate annually to northern climes.