Where To Go In The Kimberley

If you've ever wondered about where to go in WA's remote Kimberley region, our tour guides have put together these information resources for you. They are designed to give you useful information about the wonderful places in the Kimberley, whether you are visiting the Kimberley with Adventure Wild or planning your own self-drive itinerary.

In the Kimberley you'll experience places you will never forget. They might be majestic, on a scale you've never seen before. They might be secluded, tucked away, somewhere quiet. We'll show you ancient places and fun lively places. We promise you adventure and the best the Kimberley has to offer.

Visits to most of the locations described here by the Adventure Wild tour guides are included in our tour itineraries - note accessing some locations might involve options such as helicopter flights.

If you have ideas for new places you would like our guides to cover, please get in touch and let us know.

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  • Included in standard itinerary
  • Optional add on to standard itinerary
Camel rides are an iconic sight at sunset along Cable Beach Broome. This is winter in the Kimberley, sunshine 28-32 degrees daily


Bungle Bungles

Bungle Bungles

Explore more of El Questro Station with the option of a Champagne Chamberlain Cruise in the afternoon_

El Questro

Fitzroy River Crossing

Fitzroy Crossing

Reflections on the Fitzroy River

Fitzroy River

East Kimberley Tourism House, an information centre in Kununurra, provides local knowledge of the region


Reflections on Lake Argyle, a reservoir & part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme, near Kununurra in the East Kimberley

Lake Argyle

Wunambal-Gaambera, Worrora & Ngarinyin Indigenous people are traditional owners of Punamii-unpuu (Mitchell Falls area)

Mitchell Falls

The Ord River meanders like the Aboriginal Dreamtime Rainbow Serpent through the Kimberley landscape around Kununurra

Ord River

Hero Adventure Wild at Manning Gorge

The Gibb River Road