Horizontal Falls, Talbot Bay, WA © Jewels Lynch Photography

8 days exploring the Kimberley’s natural wonders

8-days exploring the Kimberley’s natural wonders 

Waringarri Aboriginal Arts Centre, Kununurra, WA © Tourism Western Australia

Waringarri Aboriginal Arts Centre, Kununurra, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

When to go

The Kimberley has two seasons: wet and dry. The region is largely closed in the tropical wet, opening at its tail end in March. May to August bring pleasant, sunny days, while October returns to a sticky climate as rain clouds build up again. 

The Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park, WA © Tourism Western Australia

The Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

Fun fact

The vast Kimberley region has a population of 40,000 and is the size of Germany, making it one of the least populated places on Earth.

Lake Argyle, Kununurra, WA © Tourism Western Australia

Lake Argyle, Kununurra, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

Cockburn Ranges, East Kimberley, WA © Tourism Western Australia

Cockburn Ranges, East Kimberley, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

Travel tip

Take the trip of a lifetime with Adventure Wild along the Gibb River Road between Broome and Kununurra, including the Bungle Bungles and Fitzroy Valley.  

Zebedee Springs, El Questro Wilderness Park, East Kimberley, WA © Tourism Western Australia

Zebedee Springs, El Questro Wilderness Park, East Kimberley, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

Cable Beach, Broome, WA © Tourism Western Australia

Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia 

Horizontal Falls, Kimberley region, WA © Tourism Australia

Horizontal Falls, Kimberley region, Western Australia © Tourism Australia

For inspiration and more things to do in Western Australia, go to westernaustralia.com.