Visit the Kimberley
Often described as one of the world’s last great wildernesses, the Kimberley has an immense and complex landscape that encompasses spectacular gorges, waterfalls and cave systems, pockets of lush rainforest and an astonishing variety of wildlife.
Huge turtles, predatory fresh and saltwater crocodiles share this ancient land with Australia’s unique marsupial kangaroos and wallabies. Floral treasures abound including many coloured wildflowers, waterlilies, panduanus palms, fan palms and magnificent boab trees.
The Kimberley is a vast and pristine area that is an unforgettable adventure to explore. To truly appreciate the wonders of the Kimberley region, it is best to take some time, meet the people, absorb the history and take in the natural beauty.
Australia’s North West Tourism provides a gateway for a range of climate and tourism related information across the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. There are also a number of Visitor’s Centre’s around the region that provide more information.
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There are around 200 Indigenous communities across the Kimberley.
- The Department of Indigenous Affairs provides a range of maps that detail Indigenous communities.
- The Kimberley Language Resource Centre has developed a comprehensive map detailing Aboriginal languages across the Kimberley.
- The National Native Title Tribunal provides up to date information regarding Native Title claims and determinations
Page last updated: Mon Sep 19 2016 3:43:41 PM
Don't hesitate to call the Kimberley Development Commission with any queries or comments.
7 Ebony Street (PO Box 620)
Kununurra Western Australia 6743
T: +61 8 9148 2100
F: +61 8 9168 1473
Upstairs: Cnr Napier & Dampier Terrace (PO Box 172)
Broome, Western Australia 6725
T: +61 8 9194 3000
F: +61 8 9193 6142
Derby Western Australia 6728
T: +61 8 9194 3000 (Broome)