Local knowledge goes a long way!

Kimberley Experiences, specialise in helping you get the most out of your Kimberley holiday.

Planning a Kimberley holiday by yourself can be a little like sailing your ship into uncharted waters. You know the direction you want to go, you’re just not quite sure how long you’ll need, which sights are worth going “off course” for, what conditions you will encounter, how much you should budget for, and…. what you might be missing out on.

Kimberley Experiences will help you navigate your ideal holiday. Once you’ve selected your ‘wish list’ destinations and experiences, we’ll work with you to fine-tune your itinerary to ensure you maximise every moment of your time, all for no additional cost to you.

The Kimberley Experiences team is made up of experienced local and long-term Kimberley residents whose knowledge and enthusiasm paves the way for tailoring your dream Kimberley itinerary.

Whether you’re travelling around Australia in your caravan or flying into the Kimberley for just a few nights, we are here to help make your time in this amazing part of the world, an experience you will never forget.

EXPLORE THE BUNGLE BUNGLE

World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park is the icon of the Kimberley.

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Kununurra - Travel Guide

Kununurra is a young town and was only established in 1961 as a service centre for the Ord River Irrigation Scheme. The adventure hub of the Kimberley, Kununurra is the place to come to experience the majestic Kimberley ranges, mighty rivers and gorges.

Broome WA Travel

Broome Western Australia - Travel Guide

Broome is a beach resort town in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. Along its Indian Ocean coastline, the white sands of 22km-long Cable Beach offer a dramatic backdrop for sunset camel rides.

Bungle Bungle Western Australia - Travel Guide

The Purnululu National Park is a World Heritage Site in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. The 239,723-hectare national park is located approximately 300 kilometres south of Kununurra.

Mitchell Falls Western Australia - Travel Guide

Mitchell River National Park lies in a remote part of the Kimberley and contains majestic waterfalls, Aboriginal rock art and sites of cultural significance to the Wunambal people.

Kimberley Coast Western Australia - Travel Guide

The Kimberley is Western Australia’s sparsely settled northern region. It’s known for large swaths of wilderness defined by rugged ranges, dramatic gorges, semi-arid savannah and a largely isolated coastline.

El Questro Wilderness Park Western Australia – Travel Guide

El Questro Wilderness Park is a wilderness park on El Questro Station, a cattle station that diversified its pastoral operation to include tourism, located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Esperance, Western Australia - Travel Guide

The Esperance landscape is an impressive sight from above and discovering the impressive natural wonders of Esperance is an experience not to be missed.

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An Unforgettable Week in the Kimberley

Has travelling to the Kimberley been on your bucket list for a while but left you feeling a little overwhelmed? We don’t blame you - the Kimberley spans an area over 424,517km² or in other words, is three times the size of England! With so much space and so many things to do and see up here, it’s can be a little daunting to plan a trip without feeling like you’re missing out on something.

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Most Unique Helicopter Experiences in the Kimberley

There is no shortage of amazing experiences and destinations in the Kimberley. The entire northwest of Australia is a feast for the senses and will leave you not only in awe, but never wanting to leave. What better way to witness this vast and remote part of the country than from the sky? We have put together a few of the most unique ways to experience the Kimberley by helicopter.

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How to Get to the Kimberley

Covering nearly 423,000 square kilometres, this ancient region has fewer people per square kilometre than almost any other place on Earth. Despite its remoteness, there are several ways to reach the Kimberley depending on your time and budget. Kununurra and Broome are the two major gateway towns in the Kimberley, and both are must-visits for a true Kimberley experience.

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What it’s like to travel during wet season in the Kimberley

The Kimberley has two distinct seasons – wet and dry. For most travellers, the dry season – between April and late September – is when they head north. The wet season, however, brings the Kimberley alive.

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