The Kimberley is one of the most remote, most untouched landscapes on Earth, and there's a very real feeling that you have it all to yourself.
From small-ship cruising to land tours, here are the best ways to see The Kimberley.
There's nowhere else in the world quite like the Kimberley.
A Kimberley cruise offers the chance to sail through 60,000 years of history.
The mass migration of the area's shore birds is a V-shaped sight to behold.
Two thousand stunning kilometres of raw coastline, teeming with wildlife and dotted with islands, reefs, waterfalls and ancient Aboriginal rock art sites.
'We only got here twice last year, so we're lucky today,' says our expedition leader.
It's hard to say which is more remarkable, the art or the ancient art gallery.
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.