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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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5 Reasons Why Kununurra Needs To Be On Your 2021 Bucket List

Kununurra is widely known as the ‘gateway to East Kimberley’. It is the perfect base to discover some of Australia’s most remarkable natural attractions such as the World Heritage-listed Purnululu National Park and the beehive-shaped Bungle Bungle Range.

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Highlights of the East Kimberley

Commonly known as the ‘gateway to the Kimberley’, Kununurra is the perfect place to start your East Kimberley adventure! Pack your swimmers because Kununurra is surrounded by water! Swim, kayak or fish at Lake Kununurra or explore the stunning Ord River by boat (don’t forget to take a dip at sunset – it’s just magical!)

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Helicopter Flights

Western Australia’s Best Helicopter Flights

It’s frequently said that you haven’t seen Western Australia until you’ve seen it from the air. This is even more so the case in Western Australia’s Top End, with the rugged terrain, stunning contrasting colours of the earth, and the sheer vastness of the land only truly being appreciated from a bird’s eye point of view.

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Mitchell Falls

The Kimberley’s Top Three Waterfall Adventures

The combination of the mountainous and rugged landscape, matched with the ginormous bodies of water and heavy periods of rainfall means that the Kimberley is home to some of the most breathtaking and beautiful waterfalls in the country. These are some of the best ways to get the most out of these amazing natural wonders.

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Luxury Accommodation

The Top End’s Best Luxury Accommodation

Although Western Australia’s Top End is a rugged, remote and rural stretch of country, there is no need to give up comfort, style and quality whilst visiting the Kimberley. There are a number of pristine, comfortable, and luxurious accommodation options nestled amongst stunning scenery, which offer indulgent accommodation and hospitality to those who like to travel in comfort.

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Waterfall Picnic

The Top 3 Bungle Bungle Adventures

The Bungle Bungle Range is home to the iconic and fascinating beehive-shaped domes, as well as stunning gorges, amazing walking trails, and thousands of years of history. Without a doubt, anyone visiting the Kimberley needs to make a stop at the Bungle Bungle – here are three of the best Bungle Bungle adventures on offer!

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