The Bungle Bungle Range, in Purnululu National Park, is one of the most fascinating geological..Broome Information
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Geikie Gorge National Park is located in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia and is..Lake Argyle Information
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El Questro is a staggering one million acres in size. A world in itself, El Questro has an..Kimberly Coastal Camp Information
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Situated 134 kilometres along the Gibb River Road where the traveller passes through Yamarra Gap..Kununurra Information
Kununurra, located in the far north, is the eastern gateway to Western Australia's top end and home..Burrup Peninsula Information
Burrup Peninsula was named after Mount Burrup in 1979 by Woodside Petroleum Pty Ltd during the..Cape Leveque Information
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Karijini National Park is the second largest national park in Western Australia and one of the most..Rowley Shoals Information
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During the Devonian Era, 350 million years ago, a large barrier reef grew around the then-submerged..Ord River Information
The mighty Ord River has two man made barriers along its length. There is the Diversion Dam which..Port Hedland Information
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In the top end of Western Australia lies a place like no other on earth – a vast wilderness of unsurpassed beauty, Australia’s North West. Spanning more than one million square kilometres, encompassing the Kimberley and Pilbara sub-regions, Australia’s North West is truly one of the world’s last frontiers.
It is an ancient land of rugged ranges, mighty rivers, spectacular waterfalls and pristine beaches framing turquoise waters; a land of extraordinary contrast and colour, rich in history, ancient art and breathtaking scenery. A place of endless blue skies, where adventure abounds and tides and sunsets measure time.
You can venture into red-earth terrain on a four-wheel drive adventure, take in the ancient country on a scenic flight, cruise in luxury along the pristine coastline or simply relax on white sandy beaches. Australia's North West boasts some of the best fishing and diving in Australia; is rich in pioneer history and has a strong authentic Aboriginal culture.
With a fantastic climate, incomparable natural attractions and an incredible range of adventure and cultural experiences – get ready for the holiday of a lifetime!
Where is it?
Australia’s North West stretches from Onslow in the south to Kununurra in the northeast, an area six times larger than the United Kingdom. With an estimated population of just 75,000 people, it has fewer inhabitants per kilometre than almost any other place on earth.
When to go:
Australia’s North West is a year-round destination. Due to its size, the region experiences wide ranging climatic conditions at any one time – however, in general, the summer months run from November to April. This is the time that mother nature is at her dramatic best, with warm tropical days and evenings that showcase spectacular lightning shows and colourful sunsets. The winter months from May to October bring clear blues skies, warm sunny days and perfect balmy nights which allow you to soak up the region’s world renowned culture and colour.