Huge rolling ridges of rock, lots of red and sunsets over endless beaches entrance Megan Levy in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Melissa Fyfe enjoys spectacular scenery and indigenous culture on a Kimberley coastal trail.
Arriving via float plane is spectacular enough, but the lodge itself is just as dramatic.
North of Kununurra in the remote north-east Kimberley lies a lost world and a unique luxury lodge.
Stunning images of The Kimberley's dramatic landscapes during after its wettest summer on record.
Way before drive-ins, the al fresco movie thing was happening in a somewhat unlikely locale.
Broome is possibly more multicultural than any other small town in Australia, with a dining culture to match.
Just when you think the world's run out of wild places, you arrive in the Kimberley.
Remote and beautiful, the Kimberley region in northwest Australia is one of the last untouched wildernesses in the world. Covering 423,000 square kilometres in Western Australia, the Kimberley is a land filled with spectacular rock formations, incredible waterfalls and fascinating Aboriginal history. The region is increasingly becoming a 'bucket list' destination for Australians - add it to yours.