The northernmost region of Western Australia is called the Kimberley. This spectacular region has an area of over 421,000 square kilometres. It is bordered by the Northern Territory to the East, the Pilbara to the South, the Indian Ocean to the Northwest and the Timor Sea to the North.
Kimberley Hotels
Search for hotels in Kununurra, Wyndham and Broome.
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Kununurra is a small town built on big dreams. In a remote corner of the vast Kimberley region of Western Australia, its unaffected pastoral feel makes a comfortable base from which to explore the majestic natural attractions in the rugged surrounding landscape.
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Wyndham is a town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The Kimberley's oldest town has had a turbulent history of boom and bust that, along with the striking surrounding landscape, has shaped it into an destination more interesting than many think.
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Broome is an historical pearling town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Warmun is an Aboriginal community in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The town mostly consists of a roadhouse used as a stop off point for travellers heading to Purnululu National Park.
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Purnululu National Park is in Western Australia, 2054km northeast of Perth. The nearest town is Kununurra.
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Camballin is a small town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is located just off the Great Northern Highway, otherwise known as the Savannah Way, midway between Derby and Fitzroy Crossing.
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Wolfe Creek Crater is a geological formation formed by a meteor impact, popular with travellers in the Tanami Desert region of Western Australia.
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Derby is a small town in the Kimberley just north of Broome. Derby is a town with a huge Boab tree and the largest tides in Australia.
Derby-West Kimberley
The West Kimberley Region in Western Australia is one of the remotest and least visited areas of the Australian coastline.
Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home. - Matsuo Basho
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