The Kimberley

The Kimberley, often described as one of the world's last great wilderness, covers nearly 420,000 square kilometres in the far north west of the Australian continent. From the red dunefields of the Great Sandy Desert it extends northward to the uplands and rugged escarpement country of the 'sub-humid' north Kimberley.

Ist immense and complex landscape encompasses spectacular gorges, waterfalls and cave systems, pockets of lush rainforests and an astonishing variety of wildlife.

(from Holiday Planner 1996/97, Kimberley Tourism Association)


Boab Tree/Kimberley  Lake Argyle/Kununurra  Kununurra


Lake Kununurra/Elephant Rock  Hidden Valley/ Kununurra  Bungle Bungles 


Bungle Bungles Wolfe Creek Crater Geiki Gorge


                                              Geiki Gorge