Kimberleys Imagine skimming across the water on an airboat as wild buffalo explode through carpets of water lilies and countless birds take flight. Watch carefully and see huge crocodiles disappear into the lagoon with the flick of a tail. Travel to the far reaches of the northwest to the Kimberley wilderness, regarded by Australians as the last frontier. This is an explorer's ultimate retreat. Azure water meets brilliant white beaches and red rock escarpments. Inland dramatic forested gorges contrast with cool secluded billabongs and thermal springs. The Kimberley is also home to the remarkable Bradshaw paintings, scattered over the land, hidden among rock faces and caves. It's a place where exploration on foot, by boat, and by helicopter is royally rewarded.
On the northwest corner of the vast Australian continent, in the Kimberley region, there is a place so remote you would be lucky to find its name on any map. Never was a place so well named - Faraway Bay is situated in the far north-west corner of Western Australia, near the mouth of the King George River, faraway from any towns.Learn more »
Kimberley Coastal Camp is a unique permanent camp on the remote and pristine shores of Admiralty Gulf in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. We offer the discerning traveller exciting wilderness escapes with luxury camping at its best. Kimberley Coastal Camp is the ultimate retreat.Learn more »