Thanks to the pandemic, Broome and beyond is attracting a new set of travellers in search of adventure.
From fishing for barra and hiking gorges, to plunging into deep rock pools, the Kimberley is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
People in Broome have grown to love a population of snubfin dolphins that have settled right on their doorstep.
The famous Cable Beach is just one of the highlights to be found in this remote WA town.
The Kimberley coastline features thousands of kilometres of islands, gorges, hot orange bays and thundering waterfalls.
Relaxing resorts, endless beaches and wondrous adventure are abundant here, so go forth!
There's no need to go to all the trouble, expense and controversy of putting Donald Trump on Mount Rushmore: Mount Trumpmore already exists, and it's in Australia.
If your travel ideals have changed during isolation, an expedition cruise in the Kimberley might just the thing to ease you back into the big wide world.
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.