Australian Air Holiday Tours to
Outback Australia The Kimberleys
The Kimberley is one of the nine regions of Western Australia. It is located in the northern part of Western Australia, bordered on the west by the Indian Ocean, to the north by the Timor Sea, to the east by the Northern Territory and to the south by the Great Sandy and Tanami Deserts.
The Bungle Bungles
The Bungle Bungle Range, in Purnululu National Park, is one of the most fascinating geological landmarks in Western Australia. From an aircraft, the Bungle Bungle Range is an imposing sight. The orange and black stripes across the beehive-like mounds, encased in a skin of silica and algae, are clearly visible as you approach. As you sweep further over the range a hidden world of gorges and pools is revealed, with fan palms clinging precariously to walls and crevices in the rocks. Stay in a comfortable bush safari cabin and the enjoy amazing walks through the various gorges. Our ground tours are conducted by East Kimberley Tours. See Eastkimberleytours.com.au. Information on the region see Parks WA.
Kununurra is a town in far northern Western Australia located at the eastern side of the Kimberley Region approximately 37 kilometers from the Northern Territory.
Untamed and adventurous Kununurra is the gateway to some of Western Australia’s remarkable natural attractions. With sizzling red soil, wide open blue skies and rugged bush scenery, this place will enliven your senses. Being well irrigated it is a lush location covered in melons and flowers.
Home Valley Station
Experience a real life working cattle station at Home Valley Station, located 120km west of Kununurra on the Gibb River Road. It offers a range of activities including fishing, boating, ancient gorge walks, bird watching, horse riding, cattle mustering and a number of Indigenous cultural experiences. The property has recently completed an extensive redevelopment, building world-class tourist facilities which also include a brand new Dusty Bar & Grill, two pools and conference facilities. See hvstation.com.au.
A million acres in size, El Questro is located on the eastern perimeter of the Kimberley region, and extends for approximately 80 kms into the heart of the region. It boasts four major river systems where fish, birds and other wildlife are able to congregate in fresh water springs and salt water estuaries. Various standards of accommodation are available. See Elquestro.com.au.
Kimberley Coastal Camp
Established in 1994, Kimberley Coastal Camp is nestled on the pristine shores of Admiralty Gulf in the heart of the great Kimberley wilderness.
A place for the heart and soul, Kimberley Coastal Camp limits guests to just 12, creating an intimate atmosphere. It also helps to reduce the human impact on this fragile environment and ensures the area remains in the same perfect condition for generations to come. Cabin accommodation is located right on the beach with dining in the open air restaurant and bar. Fishing and hikes to view the amazing Bradshaw Rock Art are among the many activities available. See Kimberleycoastalcamp.com.au.
The Bush Camp Faraway Bay is an inviting haven, nestled on a rocky hilltop overlooking the turquoise Timor Sea, 280km north west of Kununurra in the remote, uncharted and spellbinding Kimberley Region of Western Australia.
This truly unique and remote wilderness retreat is owned and operated by pioneering hosts Bruce and Robyn Ellison. Bruce discovered the stunning site in 1986 and secured a rare lease on over 28 hectares of dramatic coast with a vision to create an isolated and unrivalled luxury bush camp. The site selected was a protected rocky outcrop with outstanding views of the Timor Sea and close proximity to one of the region’s most iconic and awesome waterfalls – King George Falls. Once again, cabins perched on top of the cliff provide fantastic accommodation and dining is in the open air restaurant and bar. Activities include a boat trip to King George Falls and walks to many Bradshaw Rock Art sites. See Farawaybay.com.au.
Cape Leveque is situated 220kms north of Broome on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is a multi award winning Aboriginal owned wilderness camp. It is a beautiful remote paradise offering a quiet place to get away from it all. Cape Leveque is a popular spot to fish, swim and snorkel or just sit back and relax. Accommodation is offered in bush type cabins right near the beach or more upmarket tents up on the cliff. See Kooljaman.com.au.
Broome is a postcard come to life. Located at the southern gateway to the Kimberly region of Western Australia it is a small pearling and tourist town where the desert meets the sea. It is full of history and characters born out of isolation and initiative, with beautiful surroundings to match its remarkable story. Its heritage is unlike that of any other town in Australia. Cable Beach Club Resort on the famous Cable Beach is a great place to make a base. See Cable Beach Club Resort. Ramada’s Eco Beach Resort is located approximate 10 minutes flight time from Broome. See Ramada Eco Beach Resort
Fitzroy Crossing/ Geike Gorge
The Fitzroy Crossing straddles the Fitzroy River, 2686km north of Perth. Today the crossing is a small settlement that services local stations and acts as a stopover destination for those exploring the rugged Kimberley and its nearby attractions of Geikie Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge, those en-route to the Bungle Bungles Purnululu National Park, or Kununurra and Darwin.
Berkley River Lodge
The Berkeley River is nestled on the gentle curve of Joseph Bonaparte Gulf on Australia’s remote north Kimberley coast. A stone’s throw from some of the most spectacular untouched coastal wilderness on Earth, this is truly God’s country. The closest town, Wyndham, lies 150 kilometers south to south east, but there is no road or trail leading you here. The only access for the privileged few is by air and ocean. See Berkeley River Lodge.