The Kimberley
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Discover the magical wilderness of the Kimberley in Western Australia’s north west corner.

Be enthralled by the rugged gorges, epic waterways and incandescent ocean of the Kimberley, in Australia's north-west corner. Enjoy a sunset camel ride in Broome, then 4WD the Gibb River Road to Kununurra, home to the Ord Valley Muster and near the beehive-striped Bungle Bungles of Purnululu National Park. Broome is also gateway to the remote, beautiful Dampier Peninsula.

What you can see in the Kimberley

This uniquely Australian region offers turquoise waters and white sands complimented by endless stunning outback landscapes.

Kimberley Highlights

Kimberley Highlights

Kimberley Highlights

Ride a camel at sunset down Broome's Cable Beach and soar over the towers of the Bungle Bungle Ranges. Cruise huge Lake Argyle and see tides taller than a building in the Buccaneer Archipelago. Four wheel drive the Gibb River Road past gorges and mighty rivers, or follow the red-dirt track from Broome to the remote Dampier Peninsula. Welcome to the Kimberley - a world of vast horizons, ancient gorges, weird rock formations, welcoming rock pools and golden beaches.

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Kimberley Experiences and Attractions

Kimberley Experiences and Attractions

Kimberley Experiences and Attractions

Cruise huge Lake Argyle and see tides taller than a building in the Buccaneer Archipelago. Four wheel drive the Gibb River Road past gorges and mighty rivers, or follow the red-dirt track from Broome to the remote Dampier Peninsula. Welcome to the Kimberley - a world of vast horizons, ancient gorges, weird rock formations, welcoming rock pools and golden beaches.

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Broome

Broome

Broome

Ride a camel along Cable Beach, shop for pearls in Chinatown, see dinosaur footprints and birdwatch in Roebuck Bay, and catch the ‘moon staircase' illusion. Drive the Gibb River Road to Kununurra, stay at El Questro and visit the Bungle Bungle Range in Pernululu National Park.

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Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach

Cable Beach, at Broome in Western Australia’s Kimberley region, is a 22 kilometre-long stretch of pure white sand, set against a backdrop of red ochre cliffs and fringed by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Ride a camel along the beach at sunrise or sunset.

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Gibb River Road

Gibb River Road

Gibb River Road

Tackle one of Australia's greatest four-wheel-drive adventures on this 660-kilometre journey through the vast Kimberley. See freshwater crocodiles in the Windjana Gorge National Park and swim, bushwalk and camp at Lennard and Bell Gorges. Take a scenic flight over Mitchell Falls and the vast Mitchell Plateau. Stay on the one million acre El Questro Wilderness Park. From here you can go horse trekking, get up close to Kimberley wildlife and boat down Chamberlain Gorge past towering escarpments and Wandjina rock art. You could even take in the sights on a mountain bike for the Brisbane to Broome Charity Bike Ride. However you take on this outback challenge, remember it's one that needs planning.

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Purnululu National Park

Purnululu National Park

Purnululu National Park

It's been around for 350 million years and revered by its Aboriginal custodians for 40,000 years. But the striking Bungle Bungle Range in World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park was a secret from the outside world until 1983. Today this maze of orange-and-black striped sandstone domes, often likened to giant beehives, is one of the Kimberley's best-loved attractions. Take in the awesome Bungle Bungle Range on a scenic flight. Or hike, camp and 4WD amidst Purnululu's geological wonders, discovering ancient rock art, rare wildlife, tropical pools and craggy gorges.

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The Kimberley: an unforgettable Australian st...

The Kimberley: an unforgettable Australian story

The Kimberley: an unforgettable Australian story

'There's nothing like the echo of people singing in Cathedral Gorge, the Bungle Bungles. Everyone has a go...'

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Kununurra

Kununurra

Kununurra

Embrace adventure in a world of vast lakes, ancient ridges and ranges, rare pink diamonds and huge stations.

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Kimberley Hotel

Roberta Avenue, KIMBERLEY,
Halls Creek, Western Australia 6770

The Kimberley Hotel is conveniently located adjacent to the airport, five minutes walk to the town centre and offers unique stylish accommodation. Set in delightful gardens, with verandas and pathways that connect the accommodation building to the reception complex. The hotel features a sports lounge, saloon bar, cocktail bar, a la carte restaurant, swimming pool, swan and outdoor dining area. The Kimberley Hotel is a comfortable base to explore the surrounding areas.

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Email: stay@kimberleyhotel.com.au
Website: www.kimberleyhotel.com.au
Phone: 61891686101

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Pinctada Kimberley Grande

20 Victoria Highway, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

Pinctada Kimberley Grande, Kununurra's premiere resort, was home to cast and crew during the filming of Baz Luhrmann's epic movie Australia. Renowned for its quintessential outback hospitality, this homestead-style resort is the perfect place to start and end each day as you journey to the heart of the Kimberley. This is the real Australia, a timeless land where ancient ridges trace endless horizons and crystal waterfalls plunge into deep waterholes as they have, since the dawn of time. Unique and untouched, romantic and free, this is landscape on a grand scale. It arouses the senses and awakens the spirit. This is also a personal journey - a time to connect and reconnect - and, it begins at Pinctada Kimberley Grande. The Kimberley's sense of place and space is captured throughout. The colours and textures of the landscape are reflected in the decor, furnishings and original artwork. Pinctada Kimberley Grande, a member of Marilynne Paspaley AM's Pinctada Hotels and Resorts, offers 72 graciously sized guest rooms, a range of dining options, a sports bar with super size screen, a 25 metre swimming pool and, superior conference facilities.

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Email: stay@pinctada.com.au
Website: www.thekimberleygrande.com.au
Phone: 61891665688

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Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge

Gibb River Road, KIMBERLEY,
Imintji, Western Australia 6728

Located just off the Gibb River Road in the King Leopold Ranges, Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge is close to some of the Kimberley's most beautiful gorges. Situated close to the Gibb River Road and the Imintji Aboriginal community, the Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge is a unique Indigenous-owned site and affords magnificent views of the King Leopold escarpment. Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge offers 24 tented cabins with twin beds, en suites and private decks. During your stay you'll enjoy delicious home-style meals. The licensed lodge stocks a range of wine and beer available for purchase to complement the tantalising food. Enjoy freshly prepared three-course dinners served with tea or coffee. Start each day with home-style hot breakfasts, while lunches are available on request (additional cost). With easy access to Bell, Galvans and Barnett River gorges, and close to Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek, Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge is a perfect base for exploring the Western Kimberley. Imintji Store is located near the lodge and stocks basic supplies, including fuel. Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge is available exclusively through APT.

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Email: inbound@aptouring.com.au
Website: www.kimberleywilderness.com.au

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ibis Styles Kununurra

Corner of Victoria Highway and Messmate Way, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

ibis Styles Kununurra (previously All Seasons) is the ideal base from which to explore the rugged beauty and spectacular wildlife of the Kimberley in Australia's North West. Diverse landscapes include magnificent gorges, spectacular waterfalls and pockets of lush rainforests, astonishing wildlife, Aboriginal culture and many national parks. Set in tropical surrounds, ibis Styles Kununurra is conveniently located in town and is just four kilometres from the airport, with an on-site shuttle provided. Extensive hotel facilities include a restaurant with alfresco dining, bar, shaded outdoor pool and barbecue area as well as a guest laundry and local tour information. The hotel offers 60 guestrooms.

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Email: h1899-re01@accor.com
Website: www.accorhotels.com/1899
Phone: 61891684000

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Chillis Backpackers

69a Mitchell Street, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

Woo-hoo, you made it to Chillis hostel, Darwin's funkiest and friendliest place to stay. If your looking for budget rooms, located right in the beating heart of Darwin city, then you have surely come to the right place. Close to bars, clubs, restaurants and Darwin's many attractions, you will definitely have a wild and wacky time here at Chillis. Budget double, single and dorm rooms, Chillis also offer a free airport shuttle bus for travellers staying two nights or more at Chillis, this offer is per person. Chillis backpackers also specialise in advance tour bookings, four-wheel drive tours to Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land, Litchfield National Park, the Kimberleys. One way ex Darwin to Broome, Perth, Adelaide and last but not least, Cairns. Chillis can take care of all your travelling needs.

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Email: info@chillis.com.au
Website: www.chillis.com.au
Phone: 61889419722

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Lake Argyle Resort

Lot 3001 Lake Argyle Road, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

In the far north of Western Australia in the remote Kimberley region is a vast freshwater lake nestled amongst a rugged billion year old landscape. Lake Argyle is Australia's largest expanse of freshwater covering an area of more than 900 square kilometres at full supply level and up to 2000 square kilometres when in flood. Once a habitat that was subject to the cycles of the wet and dry seasons, now this massive expanse of permanent fresh water has allowed a thriving ecosystem to develop. The magnificent scenery and peaceful isolation make Lake Argyle a must see destination when visiting the Kimberley!

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Email: resort@lakeargyle.com
Website: www.lakeargyle.com
Phone: 61891687777

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Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge

Purnululu National Park, KIMBERLEY,
Warmun (turkey Creek), Western Australia 6743

The award-winning Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge is located on Bellburn Creek in the heart of World Heritage-listed Purnululu (Bungle Bungle) National Park. This state-of-the-art Wilderness Lodge raises the standard of tented accommodation in the Kimberley to a new level. No bush toilets and no 'roughing it'. It offers tented cabins with exclusive private facilities, comfortable beds with crisp linen, clean flush toilets, state-of-the-art solar power and hot water plant. In the evening, enjoy dinner under the stars in their unique indoor/outdoor dining facility and relax with new friends around the campfire. With a maximum capacity of just 60 guests at any one time, Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge delivers an intimate and unforgettable wilderness experience. During your stay you'll enjoy delicious home-style meals. Their licenced lodge stocks a range of wine and beer available for purchase to complement their tantalising food. Enjoy freshly prepared three-course dinners served with tea or coffee. Start each day with home-style hot breakfasts, while lunches are available on request (additional cost).

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Email: inbound@aptouring.com.au
Website: www.kimberleywilderness.com.au

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Bayside Holiday Apartments

Corner of Hamersley and Anne Streets, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

Welcome to Bayside Holiday Apartments. Enjoy tranquil garden surrounds and swimming pool right across from glorious Roebuck Bay. Bayside Holiday Apartments offer 12, one and two bedroom fully self-contained apartments. Ideally located in the heart of Broome, Bayside is only minutes away from bars, restaurants, Chinatown and many of Broome’s attractions. Broome is a tropical oasis nestled between the blue waters and white sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean and the red and green landscape of the Kimberley wilderness. Bayside Holiday Apartments are a 26 hour drive or two and a half hour flight from Perth.

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Email: stay@baysideholidayapartments.com.au
Website: www.bha.broomeaccommodation.com.au
Phone: 61891937888

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Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary

1 Lullfitz Drive, KIMBERLEY,
Cable Beach, Western Australia 6726

Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary is a luxury resort offering the perfect blend of apartment style accommodation and resort style facilities. It is only a short stroll from the beautiful sandy shores of Cable Beach and a five minute drive from the centre of Broome and Chinatown. The resort comprises of 141 studio and self-contained one and two bedroom apartments and three bedroom free standing villas. A majority of studio rooms are on the ground floor and provide great views of either the Broome landscape or the Resort’s pools. One, two and three bedroom apartments are complete with a spacious living and dining area, full kitchen and laundry facilities, separate bedroom/s and modern bathroom/s. The three bedroom plunge pool apartments also feature their own private six metre pool with a water feature. Set around a huge tropical lagoon-style pool, Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary is close to all the attractions of Broome and provides a gateway to the vast wilderness of the Kimberley region.

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Email: cablebeach@theoaksgroup.com.au
Website: www.oakshotelsresorts.com/oaks-cablebeach
Phone: 61891928088

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Mt Hart Homestead

Gibb River Road, KIMBERLEY,
King Leopold Ranges, Western Australia 6728

Mt Hart Homestead offers unique accommodation off the region’s arterial Gibb River Road and is located in the heart of the spectacular King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park. The property offers a charming alternative to APT’s Wilderness Lodges and its proximity to many of the Kimberley’s major attractions makes it an ideal base from which to explore the region. Mt Hart Homestead comprises two accommodation sites – the original working cattle station homestead and its faithfully recreated counterpart. Both exude a rustic ambience and exceptional hospitality. Accommodation features comfortable double or twin share rooms, which are close to shared facilities all in a secluded outback setting. Mt Hart Homestead offers shared bathroom facilities, a library, a dining room, a licensed bar, an internet café and a guest laundry. Hearty breakfasts and three-course dinners are served in a licensed dining room. Lunch is available on request (additional cost). Stay in unique homestead accommodation in a remarkable location, which enjoys a rich Indigenous and pastoral history.

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Email: info@kimberleywilderness.com.au
Website: www.kimberleywilderness.com.au

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Pinctada McAlpine House

55 Herbert Street, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

The transformation of Pinctada McAlpine House from historic Master Pearler's home to a boutique hotel is complete. So is the experience, and the paradox. This charming Broome bungalow combines a sense of space with a feel of intimacy. Lush tropical gardens offer private nooks and enchanting dinner settings. Each of the eight rooms has its own style and private outdoor escape. The atmosphere is relaxed elegance. The personalised service, unparalleled décor and furnishings, from the sun beds by the pool to the couches in the gardens, reflect the unique colours and textures of Broome. This charming property captures the history of the famous pearling town and its culture - a melting pot of Aboriginal, Asian and European influences. Pinctada McAlpine House is a member of Marilynne Paspaley AM's Pinctada Hotels and Resorts. Original artwork is from Marilynne's private collection. Dedicated staff share her passion for Broome and the Kimberley. Whatever your quest - personal escape, corporate retreat or important celebration - their promise is a memorable experience.

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Email: stay@pinctada.com.au
Website: www.pinctada.com.au
Phone: 61891920588

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Lombadina Aboriginal Corporation

Lombadina Aboriginal Corporation, KIMBERLEY,
Dampier Peninsula, Western Australia 6725

Welcome to Lombadina on beautiful Thomas Bay north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula. Lombadina offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the local way of life. Visitors to Lombadina Community enjoy a choice of accommodation options designed to fit a diverse range of requirements and budgets. Lombadina offers everything from deluxe apartments to single quarters. Relax on white sandy beaches, characterised by pristine turquoise waters. Take in nature's beauty and experience the colours of the Kimberley, the thrilling fishing and breathtaking whale watching. Catch a fresh feast of mud crab or take a kayak tour and spend time snorkelling in crystal clear waters abundant with sea life. Tours are timed to take full advantage of the tides ensuring your experience is more exhilarating than exhausting.

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Email: lomboreception@westnet.com.au
Website: www.lombadina.com
Phone: 61891924936

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Kimberley Aerial Highway

Kununurra, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

The Kimberley Aerial Highway is the quickest route from A to beautiful, world-class wilderness, remote communities and legendary homesteads. A series of airstrips make up the Aerial Highway, landing you in some of the Kimberley's most iconic landscapes and unique accommodations, from Cape Leveque and the Bungle Bungle Ranges of Purnululu National Park to Home Valley Station and El Questro Wilderness Park. Have your camera at the ready for breathtaking fly-overs of remote and striking natural wonders. Must-snap opportunities include Horizontal Waterfalls, the Rowley Shoals, the Buccaneer Archipelago and the King George River to name-drop a few. The best time to experience the Kimberley Aerial Highway is between April and October, with near-perfect holiday weather of clear blue skies and comfortable day and night temperatures. Maximum temperatures average 30 degrees Celsius during these months, and there is very little rainfall. You can book through your local travel agent, using Broome or Kununurra as your base or there are a growing number of private charter companies who can help design your own itinerary. When planning your Aerial Highway adventure, be sure to pre-book your accommodation and ground transport, as many airstrips are located some distance from attractions and accommodation.

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Email: info@visitkununurra.com
Website: www.visitkununurra.com
Phone: 61891681177

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Bell Gorge

via Gibb River Road, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

Beautiful Bell Gorge, with its stunning waterfall, bushwalking and bird watching, lies within the Kimberley's rugged King Leopold Range Conservation Park. During the wet season great volumes of water cascade down the waterfall, making it the perfect place for a refreshing swim. Make sure you bring your camera as Bell Gorge is one of the most picturesque and scenic gorges in the Kimberley. The folded rock formations were millions of years in the making. You can go camping not far from the gorge - this is pristine wilderness at its best. There's a one kilometre path from the camp ground and car park to the gorge. Bell Gorge is about an hour's drive off the Gibb River Road four wheel drive track east of Derby.

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Email: info@derbytourism.com.au
Website: www.derbytourism.com.au
Phone: 61891911426

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Sawpit Gorge

Sawtooth Gorge Road, KIMBERLEY,
Halls Creek, Western Australia 6770

Sawpit Gorge is a picturesque waterhole ideal for swimming amidst the lovely natural surrounds near Halls Creek in the Kimberley region. Float in the peaceful waters and enjoy the backdrop of tall native trees and the striking rocky outcrop climbing out of the pool. The gorge has been formed by the Black Elvire River carving a ridge through the land and creating several deep pools. Sawpit Gorge, also known as Sawtooth Gorge, sits just off the Duncan Road, which is one of the most scenic roads in the Kimberley region. A four wheel drive is recommended for the drive. Sawpit Gorge is a half hour drive south of Halls Creek, and four and a half hours drive south of Kununurra. Kununurra is well serviced with direct flights to and from Perth, taking just three hours each way.

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Email: info@visitkununurra.com
Website: www.visitkununurra.com
Phone: 61891681177

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Prince Regent Nature Reserve

via, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

Set amidst rugged sandstone and volcanic country deep in the Kimberley outback, Prince Regent Nature Reserve is one of Western Australia’s most remote and pristine places. The only way to access its 635,000 hectares of untouched wilderness is by air or boat. More than half of the mammal and bird species in the Kimberley can be found in Prince Regent Nature Reserve. So remote, the area is one of only a handful of places in Western Australia where nature has remained virtually unchanged since European settlement – this is real wilderness country! The landscape of the Prince Regent Nature Reserve ranges from lush rainforests, gorges and cliffs to mountain ranges and sandstone plains. Some of its most spectacular sites include King’s Cascade, Mount Trafalgar, Python Cliffs, Pitta Gorge, and the Prince Regent River. The river runs almost entirely straight for most of its length and often between dramatic cliffs. The best way to access it is by pre arranged tour from Kununurra or Broome.

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Email: info@derbytourism.com.au
Website: parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/prince-regent
Phone: 61891911426

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Matso’s Broome Brewery and Restaurant

60 Hamersley Street, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

Matso's Broome Brewery and Restaurant brings people together to enjoy craft beer, great food and fine wine. Matso's is the Kimberley's award winning microbrewery and is a true Broome treasure. Choose from their great range of award winning beers which include Hit the Toad premium lager, Monsoonal Blonde wheat beer, Smokey Bishop dark lager or Matso's famous alcoholic Ginger Beer, plus there are many more to choose from. The Kimberley lifestyle, climate and natural environment are unique and unfettered, with the objective to create beers of individuality that will reflect the region. With the knowledge and wisdom of 'Old World' brewing to draw from, and the imagination and innovation of 'New World' brewers as their inspiration, they hope to contribute to the future of Australian beer. With their own on-site custom designed brewery they endeavour to marry their menu to the beer they produce, also Broome's Asian cultural influence allows their chefs to be adventurous and creative. Relax, sit back on the veranda and enjoy breakfast, a scrumptious lunch or mouth-watering dinner, or sip a beer and nibble a bar snack, all with unlimited views over Roebuck Bay. Matso's is a must visit whilst in Broome.

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Email: eat@matsosbroomebrewery.com.au
Website: www.matsosbroomebrewery.com.au
Phone: 61891935811

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Carnarvon Tramway

Annear Place, Babbage Island, NINGALOO REEF,
Carnarvon, Western Australia 6701

Carnarvon Port and Heritage Precinct has been restored and houses several museums, the north west's longest jetty, and a memorial to the HMAS Sydney II, which sank off the Gascoyne coast. Travelling on the Ocean Tramway is a unique trip of 1.5 kilometres out into the Indian Ocean. The Tramway runs from the town centre to the end of the One Mile Jetty, a distance of four kilometres. For the rail enthusiast you can experience the beautifully restored steam train 'The Kimberley', which is on display in the Railway Museum and was the last steam train to operate in the north of Western Australia.

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Email: info@carnarvon.org.au
Website: www.carnarvon.org.au
Phone: 61899411146

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Kimberley Fine Diamonds

93 Konkerberry Drive, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

Kimberley Fine Diamonds is an oasis in the rugged northwest Kimberley. A family owned and run retail jewellery business, given the special privilege to distribute Argyle Diamonds. Holding one of Australia's largest selection of coloured diamonds and located just 180 kilometres from the Argyle Diamond Mine, the world's largest source of diamonds and the only mine producing intense pink diamonds, Kimberley Fine Diamonds attracts visitors from all over the world. Their passion is diamonds and individually handcrafted, diamond jewellery. Their range of pink diamonds is comprehensive and includes pink diamonds, which were acquired from the exclusive Argyle Diamond Tender, something so rare that most people will never see one. In the modern showroom, their staff will ensure your diamond and jewellery buying experience will be the highlight of your holiday tour through Kununurra and the Kimberley region. Feel free to simply browse the amazing range of quality coloured Argyle Diamonds or ask for a personal tour. They will be more than happy to explain the different colour scales and the four characteristics of a diamond's value.

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Email: info@kimberleyfinediamonds.com.au
Website: www.kimberleyfinediamonds.com.au
Phone: 61891691133

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Horizontal Waterfalls

Talbot Bay, via Derby, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

There are only two horizontal waterfalls on Earth and you can look wide-eyed and open-mouthed upon both of them at Talbot Bay in the Buccaneer Archipelago of Australia's North West. The white waters are thrilling to ride by boat and awe-inspiring to view from the air. Join a scenic flight or sea safari to the Horizontal Waterfalls from Kooljaman in Cape Leveque, Broome or Derby to see and experience it for yourself. So, what makes the water fall sideways? These incredible natural wonders are the work of some of the largest tidal movements in the world. As the tide ebbs and flows, a huge volume of water is forced through two narrow cliff passages, creating a variation in ocean level of up to four metres and a unique waterfall effect. You'll need to base yourself in the Kimberley towns of Broome or Derby, both of which offer a good range of accommodation options and a choice of sedate or adrenalin-fuelled Horizontal Waterfalls tours.

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Email: info@derbytourism.com.au
Website: www.derbytourism.com.au
Phone: 61891911426

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Gibb River Road

Derby, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

The legendary Gibb River Road Top Trail is an icon of outback adventure through the heart of the Kimberley in Western Australia’s North West. The moderate 660 kilometre dirt track passes through remote station country with magnificent scenery and plenty of opportunities to get out of your vehicle to discover one of the many fresh water gorges. The Gibb, as it is affectionately known, was built for droving cattle from Wyndham to Derby. Today it caters for a steady stream of four-wheel-drives. Trail signage varies as the area remains privately owned by cattle stations and Aboriginal communities. Every station has a range of beautiful rivers and gorges including: El Questro Station – Chamberlain and Emma Gorges, Mount Barnett Station – Manning Gorge Waterfall Walk, King Leopold Conservation Park – Bell Gorge, Gibb River Station – Barnett River Gorge and Mornington Wilderness Park – Diamond Gorge. Beware of the fresh and salt water crocodiles. The estuarine crocs inhabit the rivers that meet the sea such as the Durack and Pentecost, whilst the fresh water variety inhabit the likes of the Manning and Barnett.

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Website: www.trailswa.com.au
Phone: 61891911426

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Buccaneer Archipelago

via High Island, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

More than 1,000 tiny islands make up the Buccaneer Archipelago, a cruising and fishing paradise which lays North West of the Kimberley town of Derby. This untouched region of Western Australia is also home to patches of rainforest, secluded beaches and a fringe of mangroves - all set in a bright turquoise tropical sea. Horizontal Waterfall in Talbot Bay is one of the best known attractions in the area and a scenic flight will give you the best view. Joining a Kimberley cruise gets you up close to the landscape. You'll see ancient rock art and massive tides that race up tidal creeks, while the fishing is out of this world. Sea safaris, cruises, flights and other tours to the Buccaneer Archipelago can be arranged from Broome.

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Email: info@derbytourism.com.au
Website: www.derbytourism.com.au
Phone: 61891911426

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Windjana Gorge National Park

via Fairfield Leopold Downs Road, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

Windjana Gorge National Park in the Kimberley region offers stunning bushwalking through the outback wilderness. Rated as one of the most beautiful of all the gorges in this frontier region, Windjana is rich in vegetation and wildlife. The walls of Windjana Gorge rise up from floodplain of Lennard River, reaching 100 metres high in places. Take a dip in refreshing permanent water holes and feel the power of Mother Nature which carved out the gorge over hundreds of millions of years. A three and a half kilometre easy walking trail winds through the gorge – you’ll see primeval life forms fossilised within the gorge walls. Keep an eye out for birds, fruit bats and fresh water crocodiles. Windjana Gorge National Park is about a two hour drive from Derby and is best visited during the mild weather conditions between May and September. Camping in Western Australia's natural areas is a special experience. Selected campgrounds from across the state are now bookable online for a trial period.

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Email: info@derbytourism.com.au
Website: parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/windjana-gorge
Phone: 61891911426

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Manning Gorge

via Near Lennard River, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

For camping under a star-filled outback sky and immersing yourself in Aboriginal history, visit Manning Gorge off the epic four wheel driving track, the Gibb River Road in the Kimberley region. This stunning gorge offers camping by the tranquil pools of the Manning River. Go bushwalking and discover the Manning Gorge and waterfall. Take your time and explore Aboriginal rock art then go for a refreshing swim in the pool near the falls. The falls are at their best between May and July after the wet season. The Kupungari Aboriginal Community welcomes visitors to Manning Gorge and maintains the camping area. Manning Gorge is accessible only by four wheel drive and is around 300 kilometres north east of Derby near Mount Barnett. There’s a fully equipped store and roadhouse at Mount Barnett where camp fees are paid.

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Email: info@derbytourism.com.au
Website: www.derbytourism.com.au
Phone: 61891911426

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Kelly's Bar & Grill at Kununurra Country Club

47 Coolibah Drive, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

Kelly's Bar and Grill is the main restaurant at the Kununurra Country Club in the Kimberleys which boasts an impressive array of modern Australian dishes. Spend the day visiting the majestic natural attractions that Kununurra and the East Kimberley Region is renowned for before retreating to the warm hospitality of Kelly's Bar and Grill. With an onsite restaurant, three bars and a host of other facilities, Kununurra Country Club Resort is an ideal venue for your next function, be it corporate or social.

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Email: countryclub@aspenresorts.com.au
Phone: 61891681024

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PKG Bar and Grill at Pinctada Kimberley Grande

20 Victoria Highway, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

It's well known that to experience true Australia one must travel to the Kimberley. Well, that and try "bush food". At PKG Bar and Grill at Pinctada Kimberley Grande, get a taste of Native Australian food in a relaxed, casual atmosphere – the Executive Chef uses a range of indigenous herbs and fresh, local produce from the Kununurra area.

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Email: wizard@thekimberleygrande.com.au
Phone: 61891665688

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APT Kimberley Wilderness Adventures

44 Blackman Street, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

APT's Kimberley Wilderness Adventures has been operating four-wheel drive safari tours for the discerning traveller throughout the Kimberley for more than 15 years and is recognised as the touring experts in the region. Touring in small groups of up to only 20 travellers, APT understands that touring is about more than just visiting an area; it is also about gaining an intimate understanding of the land and its people and learning about the flora and fauna in the Kimberley region.

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Email: info@kimberleywilderness.com.au
Website: www.kimberleywilderness.com.au
Phone: 61392778444

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One Tide Charters

via, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

Explore the Buccaneer Archipelago with One Tide Charters and enjoy a truly unique beach camping eco-adventure and camping safari, visiting remote pristine coastal wilderness areas of the Kimberley’s Buccaneer Archipelago aboard our catamaran purpose built for exploring these uncharted waters. The Buccaneer Archipelago, with its hundreds of islands, rivers and secluded bays is an adventurers dream. Vast, rugged, adventurous and one of the most pristine wilderness the Kimberley Region has to offer, it has spectacular waterfalls, crystal clear swimming holes, mangrove lined creek beds, lush rainforest vegetation, multi colour rock platforms, Indigenous rock art and historical places that marked European settlement of the Kimberley. Itinerary and departure and return dates can be altered to suit individual client preferences. All our cruises incorporate the magnificent Horizontal Waterfalls, where you will race through these natural phenomena for a thrill of a life time. With a minimum of four passengers, an extended cruise to the Buccaneer Archipelago becomes an exciting reality. So come with One Tide Charters to experience some of the most pristine wilderness the Kimberley region has to offer.

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Email: onetide@wn.com.au
Website: www.onetide.com
Phone: 61891931358

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Broome and The Kimberley Holidays

Suite 5, 339 Cambridge Street, PERTH,
Perth, Western Australia 6014

Based in Western Australia, Broome and The Kimberley Holidays are experts in creating the perfect Western Australian holiday. Their product knowledge is second to none; they provide a dedicated Western Australian holiday brochure which includes a comprehensive range of accommodation options from standard motels to luxury boutique hotels and wilderness lodges, tour options ranging from local day tours to extended four wheel drive adventures, self-drive itineraries for those wishing to travel at their own pace, luxury wilderness cruises and rail expeditions, car hire including campervans and four wheel drive vehicles. They also provide a fantastic range of value added packages and regular special offers are released throughout the year. They are very proud to represent all regions of Western Australia including Broome and the Kimberley, the Pilbara Region and Karijini National Park, Exmouth and the Ningaloo Reef, Margaret River Wine Region and Australia's Golden Outback. Whether you're looking for a relaxing break on stunning Cable Beach, exploring the pristine coastline of Western Australia, a four wheel drive adventure through rugged island gorges, swimming with the whale sharks, sampling world-class wines from the South West or exploring the historical Golden Outback, look no further than Broome and The Kimberley Holidays.

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Email: reservations@broomekimberley.com
Website: www.broomekimberley.com

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Diversity Charter Company

Guy Street, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

Diversity Charter Company offers a unique range of extended cruising eco and fishing tours for a maximum of 12 guests per cruise along the Kimberley coast between the months of April to October. MV Diversity II is a 20-metre motor catamaran perfectly suited for the river systems and waterways of the Kimberley. Stylish and comfortable, it is the perfect platform for your Kimberley Adventure. With three five-metre purpose built tenders, operated by their experienced Skipper and Guides, you will visit not just the iconic locations of the Kimberley but other sites known to only a few. This allows them to give their guests a trip of a lifetime by 'mixing it up' with the ability to do whole group excursions or if a few want to walk/swim and others want to fish, they can cater for this, too. Multiple daily excursions including swimming, walking, exploring, fishing, art galleries, historic sites, pristine waterfalls or just relaxing. For the die-hard fisherperson, the crew have the expertise to throw you in amongst the most serious fishing action on offer in the Kimberley and the search for the elusive Barramundi. Diversity Charter Company supports catch and release. Cruise through their website for more information.

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Email: info@diversitycharters.com.au
Website: www.diversitycharters.com.au
Phone: 61891926407
Mobile: 61429926407

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KAS Helicopters

Hangar 5, Airport Drive, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

KAS Helicopters are the helicopter specialists of the Kimberley region of Western Australia offering a range of scenic flights and helicopter tours from Broome and Derby. With your safety as their number one priority at all times, they employ professional, well-trained pilots who possess many years' experience flying in remote areas. Their driving ambition is to showcase the Kimberley by air whilst providing customers with an extremely professional helicopter service, backed by skilled pilots, highly maintained and presented aircraft and the utmost regard for safety. No matter your requirements in the Kimberley, get off to a flying start with the specialist Kimberley team at KAS Helicopters.

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Email: info@kashelicopters.com.au
Website: www.kashelicopters.com.au
Phone: 61891911886

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Barraddict Sportfishing Charters

Eco Beach, via, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

Come and experience Fishing in the Kimberley with Barraddict Sport Fishing Charters, one of the Kimberley's best kept secrets! Barraddict averages 285 days on the water. Would you trust anyone else? The waters off Eco Beach, 130 kilometres drive south of Broome, are abundant with Australia's hard fighting tropical sportfish. Enjoy your day on the water by either targeting species up the creeks to try and catch elusive Barramundi, Mangrove Jack, Threadfin salmon, Cod or Queenfish, or light tackle the ocean for Sailfish, Spanish Mackerel, Cobia, and Giant Trevally just to name a few. Fish Derby for the Mighty Barramundi and other species such as Fingermark perch and Threadfin salmon, or do a combo tour for Barramundi and the tasty Brown Mud crabs. Barradict Sportfishing Charters operate Fishing Charters at Eco Beach from April to December and out of Derby from January to March. Exclusive small group tours, from two to five guests, aboard their custom built fishing charter boat 'Barraddict', will allow you to enjoy the awesome fishing, abundant mud crabs and the spectacular scenery along the Kimberley Coast in Western Australia.

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Email: barraddict@gmail.com
Website: www.barraddictsportfishing.com.au
Phone: 61891938015
Mobile: 61407911348

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Aurora Expeditions - Kimberley Coast Cruises

Suite 12, Level 2, 35 Buckingham Street, Sydney,
Sydney, New South Wales 2010

Thundering cascades, prehistoric crocodiles, bulbous boab trees, horizontal waterfalls and rock art galleries depicting life more than 17,000 years ago are but some of the Kimberley Coast wonders that await you with Aurora Expeditions. Aurora Expeditions voyages attract small groups of like-minded, enthusiastic people passionate about experiencing the Kimberley's history, plants and animals. Their Coral Princess is the perfect sized vessel, carrying 44 passengers at most. Their expedition staff put your safety, comfort and understanding of the Kimberley above everything else. They allow you to enjoy the journey in your own way, whether it be hiking up a sandstone escarpment to search for rock art galleries, swimming in a cool freshwater pool, sitting quietly to photograph wildlife or simply taking in views from the ship. Aurora Expeditions aim to make two or more landings a day, including secret spots few others have ever visited. They love what they do and believe that everyone on board - passengers, expedition staff and the ship's crew - share the same goal, the best Kimberley Coast voyage imaginable. Join Aurora Expeditions for an adventure of a lifetime!

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Email: info@auroraexpeditions.com.au
Website: www.auroraexpeditions.com.au
Phone: 61292521033

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Kimberley Quest

Shop 5 Woody's Arcade, 15 Dampier Terrace, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

Kimberley Quest is a multi-award-winning, luxury Kimberley cruise company operating extended wilderness expeditions along the stunning Kimberley coast, cruising between Broome and Wyndham. The Kimberley Quest II is a 25 metre vessel that has been designed for relaxing and exploring the Kimberley coastline, its custom design allows them to visit areas many other Kimberley cruises simply cannot reach. Whilst on board guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor alfresco areas, a refreshing dip in the spa and gourmet cuisine prepared by the on-board chef. Cruising with a maximum of 18 guests, their personalised service and attention to every detail means you will enjoy the amazing surrounds in complete comfort and luxury. During your expedition you will explore untouched river systems, viewing ancient Aboriginal rock art and fishing the tidal creeks as well as discovering the in-depth history of the area, viewing the rugged cliffs, caves, waterfalls and gorges, spotting wildlife, taking refreshing dips in secluded waterholes and much more! The Kimberley is prolific with islands, whirlpools, inlets, extensive waterfalls, pristine beaches and unforgettable scenery that will take your breath away.

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Email: cruise@kimberleyquest.com.au
Website: www.kimberleyquest.com.au
Phone: 61891936131

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Odyssey Expeditions

7 Farrell Street, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

Odyssey Expeditions offer affordable cruises to the Kimberley, Monte Bello Island and the Rowley Shoals aboard their purpose built vessel Odyssey II. Most attractions are at their best during April to November, waterfalls are flowing, gorges are full, flora and fauna are at their abundant best. Ideal conditions apply for walking, exploring and experiencing one of the world's most remote and tranquil destinations. They cover the Kimberley's best kept secrets and place you amongst her rugged wilderness in comfort without a huge price tag. Odyssey Expeditions cruises allow for 20 guests. They offer six double air-conditioned cabins and four air-conditioned twin share single cabins. Spacious toilet and shower facilities are located very close to cabins. The vessel provides a comfortable dining area and outside on the upper desk you can be seated under shade for alfresco meals or take advantage of three comfortable outdoor viewing decks. With Odyssey Expeditions you get to witness both the unspoilt natural beauty and spectacular scenery.

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Email: info@odysseyexpeditions.com.au
Website: www.odysseyexpeditions.com.au
Phone: 61891925230
Mobile: 61428382505

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Discovery One

Unit 9, 331 Ingles St, Melbourne area,
Port Melbourne, Victoria 3207

The Kimberley is Australia's last true frontier which needs to be experienced to be truly appreciated. Discovery One's cruises give you the experience of a lifetime onboard their vessel, Discovery One; a 25 meter catamaran that has the advantage of being able to deliver wonderful up-close encounters of this pristine wilderness that larger vessels can't offer. These eco-friendly cruises observe the Kimberley's natural beauty, maximising the experience and enjoyment for passengers, while respecting a magnificent natural asset. In combination with the shore excursions, there is simply no better way to discover the magic of this region. Discovery One offer affordable, comfortable, relaxed and casual cruises and, with a maximum capacity of 22 passengers, they can maximise the number of excursions in their itineraries. The friendly and professional crew ensure that everyone is well looked after and having the best experience possible of this amazing part of Australia.

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Email: bookings@discoveryone.com.au
Website: www.discoveryone.com.au
Phone: 61395442437

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Kimberley Air Tours

Lot 309, Dusty Rankin Drive, (Kununurra Airport), KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

Kimberley Air Tours are based in Kununurra, Western Australia and offer spectacular air tours and charter services in both float planes and land based aircraft. Tours showcase the Bungle Bungle Range, magnificent Lake Argyle and the unique Kimberley Coast. Their float plane tours have the added thrill of landing on the beautiful waterways of the Kimberley - for an extra special experience!

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Email: info@kimberleyairtours.com.au
Website: www.kimberleyairtours.com.au
Phone: 61891682653

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Charter North - Kimberley Tours Australia

4/30c Duke Street, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0820

Charter North offers small group luxury four wheel drive tours through The Kimberley, Kakadu National Park and Australia's tropical north. Please visit their website for full tour details. Their tours are designed for experience seekers wanting more than just another sight-seeing tour. Their professional attention allows you to enjoy your precious holiday time in the most personalised and comfortable fashion. With a maximum of six people per vehicle, their genuine small group concept is about maintaining personal and professional services while fully engaging you in your chosen destinations without being compromised by the many disadvantages of larger groups. Charter North recommend a minimum of 11 days for the Kimberley, five days for Kakadu National Park, and seven days for their Tropical North tours, so as not to compromise these destinations with unrealistically short tours that are rushed and ultimately lead to disappointment. All tours are designed and delivered by Greig Taylor, owner/operator of Charter North, with decades of local guiding and expedition experience. Charter North use the latest four wheel drive vehicles with the highest quality Australian developed and designed touring equipment. While on tour you will experience active days with relaxing nights, along with freshly prepared healthy gourmet food.

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Email: info@charternorth.com.au
Website: www.charternorth.com.au/itinerary-suggestions/
Mobile: 61418831033

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Kimberley Art Prize

30 Loch Street, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

The Kimberley Art Prize is the longest running art prize in Western Australia and one of the most highly acclaimed prizes with an outstanding calibre of artists entering from around the Kimberley and Australia. Now in its 45th year the Kimberley Art Prize takes place concurrently with its junior sister the Kimberley Photographic Award (21 to 26 June 2015) during the annual Derby Boab Festival. View spectacular artwork produced by local, indigenous and budding artists over nine categories. The grand exhibition opening and presentation evening takes place on the Saturday evening at Derby Civic Centre. Entry is free with gold coin donations for catalogues. Live music, canapes and bar is available. All artwork is for sale (except overall winner). For artists interested in entering artwork visit their website to download an entry form.

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Email: kimberleyartprize@sdwk.wa.gov.au
Website: www.sdwk.wa.gov.au
Phone: 61891910999

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Kimberley Photographic Award

30, Loch Street, KIMBERLEY,
Derby, Western Australia 6728

The Kimberley Photographic Award is a highly acclaimed photography competition and exhibition held in Derby, Western Australia each year during the annual Boab Festival. View stunning photographs from around one of the most breathtaking places on earth as professional and amateur photographers depict their visions in 'Capturing the Kimberley'. Its grand exhibition opening and presentation evening takes place on Saturday 20 June at Derby Civic Centre. Free entry with gold coin donation for catalogues. Live music, canapes and bar all available. All photographic entries are for sale (except overall winner). Exhibition open daily for viewing and sales. For photographers interested in submitting work into the competition visit their website to download an entry form.

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Email: kimberleyartprize@sdwk.wa.gov.au
Website: www.sdwk.wa.gov.au
Phone: 61891910999

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Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair

Darwin Convention Centre, Stokes Hill Road, Darwin Area,
Darwin, Northern Territory 0800

The eighth Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair provides a unique opportunity to experience and buy art work of emerging and established artists. You will see a range of styles, mediums and products, including works on canvas, bark paintings, works on paper, timber and metal sculptures, limited edition prints, didjeridus, fibre art and jewelry. Join the artist workshops and learn about how the art is made and enjoy tradition dance performances daily. It is an opportunity to purchase art directly from over 50 Indigenous-owned community Art Centres from across Australia, including Arnhem Land, the Kimberley Region, Central Australia, the Torres Strait Islands and the APY Lands. Expect moving, vibrant colours, timeless styles and contemporary expressions - this is an exciting experience for all art lovers. Opening times: Friday, August 8, 10am-4pm Saturday, August 9, 10am-5pm Sunday, August 10, 10am-4pm For more information about the event and the program visit www.darwinaboriginalartfair.com.au

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Email: info@darwinaboriginalartfair.com.au
Website: www.darwinaboriginalartfair.com.au

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Country Cups: Broome Racing Season

Gantheaume Point Road, KIMBERLEY,
Broome, Western Australia 6725

When thinking of escaping the winter blues to enjoy Broome's sunshine, make sure you plan to visit during the Broome's Racing season and experience unique competitive racing just a stone's throw from Broome's famous Cable Beach. Broome's 2015 racing season runs from 30 May 2015 until mid August. Be sure to book your holiday over one of Broome's famous race days. The Kimberley Cup on Saturday, 1 August 2015 is a great opportunity to experience the thrill of Broome racing. Book early if planning to attend the Broome Cup Carnival. Dress up for Ladies Day on Tuesday, 11 August 2015 and finish off with the biggest event on the Broome Racing Calendar, the Broome Cup on Saturday, 15 August 2015.

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Email: broometurfclub@bigpond.com
Website: www.wacountrycups.com.au
Phone: 61891922085

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Kimberley Moon Experience

Lake Kununrra Golf Club, Lakeview Drive, KIMBERLEY,
Kununurra, Western Australia 6743

As always, the highlight of the Muster will be the Kimberley Moon Experience. This year it will feature an outstanding line-up of Aussie greats: The Living End, Dan Sultan, The Whitlams and Megan Washington. It will take place on under the stars at the Jim Hughes Amphitheatre, on the banks of the majestic Ord River in Kununurra. Bring your rug, picnic hamper, esky and dancing shoes to enjoy the landscape, the people and the party under a dazzling Kimberley moon. It will be a full night of entertainment featuring well known performers, prize draws, giveaways and a few surprises.

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Email: info@ordvalleymuster.com.au
Website: www.ordvalleymuster.com.au

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