活力四射的布魯姆小鎮是澳洲具代表性的旅遊勝地之一，它那紫紅色的日落、弗吉帕尼樹（frangipani）、熱帶氣候，還有美麗的白色沙灘，統統深受世人喜愛。在這裡，您將發現澳洲最著名的兩種文化特徵的融合為一，內陸和沙灘就這樣以悠閒獨特的方式連結在一起。不妨任選凱布爾海灘俱樂部（Cable Beach Club）等眾多五星級酒店之一，住宿一晚；您亦可在極度受歡迎的馬抽（Matso）啤酒廠品嚐一杯當地釀造的芒果啤酒；隨著日落，您還可在凱布爾海灘騎一騎駱駝，到甘索姆角（Gantheaume Point）亮紅色石頭上查看古老的恐龍足跡，又或在位於別緻的政府大樓前的露天週末市場中淘貨， 購買珠母貝（Pinctada）大珍珠— 這些珍珠都是在當地金光閃閃的水域養殖而成。
Stay at spectacular El Questro
El Questro Wilderness Park has to be seen to be believed. The one-million-acre (404,686-hectare) working cattle station, in the east Kimberley (near Kununurra) on the Gibb River Road, is a natural playground of majestic canyons, freshwater swimming holes, bushwalking trails, Aboriginal rock art and grand mountain ranges. The park has its own small township, with camping sites, cabins, a shop and its own airstrip. There is also four-star accommodation available at El Questro's Emma Gorge Resort, or you can book an exclusive suite or villa at the six-star luxury lodge, The Homestead, which caters for just 18 guests at a time, and has hosted many famous figures, including politicians and movie stars.
Help cultivate pearls in Cygnet Bay
The clean waters of the Kimberley region produce some of the best pearls in the world. Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm has cultivated stunning South Sea pearls in the area for three generations, and you can join in the harvest with a Pearl Farm Discovery Tour. You'll learn about the industry's fascinating history, how Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm cultivates some of the world's most sought-after pearls and even watch a demonstration of a pearl harvest. There's even the rare opportunity to dine on pearl meat in the Cygnet Bay Restaurant.
Explore Aboriginal culture
Kooljaman, a wilderness camp run by the Bardi Jawi people along the stunning red coastline of Cape Leveque, offers the opportunity to discover the Kimberley's vast wilderness with the help of an Aboriginal guide. Choose from a wide range of experiences like cultural cruises and coastal walks. On a bush tucker tour, you'll join Bundy on a walk around Kooljaman, stopping to sample the abundance of bush foods. You'll learn about the seasons that produce the region's bush tucker and how these native ingredients are used, as well as gain insight into bush medicine that has been passed from one generation to the next.