The Kimberley Holidays Guide
Western Australia, Australia
Sparsely populated, The Kimberley revels in its rugged remoteness, offering travellers a chance to get lost in its stunning landscapes. While the rocky terrain of The Kimberley and the sheer amount of land is mind boggling, visitors to this remote area will also be treated to stunning turquoise seas and rugged coastal gorges of incredibly rich earth colours. Further inland visit the bee-hive rock formations of the Bungle Bungles and camp under the stars in this awe-inspiring wilderness area, which was the inspiration for the movie 'Australia'.
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The Kimberly contains the majority of the region's spectacular natural landscapes. Apart from the spectacular Outback scenery there are numerous Aboriginal settlements and you can take a guided tour to visit the Bradshaw paintings, some of the oldest rock art in Australia, or go contemporary by visiting Red Rock Art for a modern twist on Aboriginal art.
The north is also home to pearling towns like Broome which offer once-in-a-lifetime sights like Staircase to the Moon. A short drive north of Broome is famous Cable Beach where you can watch the sun set over the beautiful white sand or take a well publicised camel ride along the 14-km long beach.
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The following The Kimberley hotels provide some of the best deals for a holiday in Western Australia – please search below for availability and get the very best room rates sourced from over 100 local and online booking agents: