The 10 Best Things to Do in Kimberley Region, Western Australia
Discover the best top things to do in Kimberley Region, Australia including Cable Beach, Emma Gorge, Gantheaume Point, Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, Gibb River Road, El Questro Wilderness Park, Sun Pictures Cinema, Mirima National Park, Norval Gallery, Broome Visitor Centre.
1. Cable Beach
4.5 based on 2368 reviews
Western Australia’s most famous beach is one of the most beautiful in the world, with turquoise waters and impeccable white sand.
Reviewed By Lauren0850 - Katherine, AustraliaKatherine, Australia
What a glorious place to watch the sunset and have a paddle in the water. We loved taking our 4wd on the beach and exploring
2. Emma Gorge
4.5 based on 383 reviews
Reviewed By gmb27 - Perth, Western AustraliaPerth, Western Australia
Well worth the visit
Considering the end of the season was fast approaching what made this stay most memorable was the staff. They were delightful, helpful and a very happy working group of young people. My wife and I arrived for only 2 nights and as we were somewhat limited
3. Gantheaume Point
4.5 based on 1163 reviews
Reviewed By Excursion50266545735 - Melbourne, AustraliaMelbourne, Australia
Went here as part of tour of Broome Beautiful place Colors were amazing and Rod from Broome and Around was very informative Would recommend this place to others
4. Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park
4.5 based on 839 reviews
Reviewed By Louise S - Perth, AustraliaPerth, Australia
This is a must do in Broome
If you're not already scared of crocodiles, you will be after visiting the Malcolm Douglas Crocodile park, you will also have a greater appreciation and understanding of these incredible prehistoric creatures. It was an awesome experience being able to ge
5. Gibb River Road
4.5 based on 122 reviews
Reviewed By ToniV3800 - Margaret River, AustraliaMargaret River, Australia
We have travelled the Gibb twice. Besides all the necessary camping items and repair lots etc you need - which can vary depending on whom you talk to where you stop is also important.Seeing all the major tourist spots is important and photo opportunities
6. El Questro Wilderness Park
4.5 based on 541 reviews
An eco-holiday destination, this million-acre park is located in the heart of the unspoiled Kimberley region.
Reviewed By Judy12343 - Sydney, AustraliaSydney, Australia
Beautiful scenery, not easy to access
The wilderness park is recommended 4WD access only, and many of the gorges need high clearance 4WD with a snorkel to access as there's a deep water crossing (there are 2 shallower water crossings to get to the campsite - a small vehicle might not make it
7. Sun Pictures Cinema
4.5 based on 613 reviews
Reviewed By Craig_Tapper - Sydney, AustraliaSydney, Australia
Fabulous old outdoor theatre - a must while you’re in Broome
Admittedly for me it took me back to childhood holidays and going to the pictures as a treat in summer while on holidays. The theatre itself is gorgeous, all corrugated iron and memorabilia, canvas deck chairs, a big screen an, during the movie, stars abo
8. Mirima National Park
4.5 based on 194 reviews
Reviewed By kandtsa - South AustraliaSouth Australia
Mini Bungle Bungles
We stayed in the caravan park next to this wonderful NP (and gained free entry!). I hiked early morning and late afternoon when the colours were alive. A great National Park, known as the Mini Bungle Bungles due to similar colours and dome like rocks.
9. Norval Gallery
5 based on 182 reviews
Derby's Norval Gallery is run by a Kimberley artist husband and wife team Mark and Mary Norval. The gallery showcases their own insightful work as well as many other artists from the amazing Kimberley region of Western Australia. All of the artists are happy to talk about their unique artwork and are willing to share their painting techniques and ideas whilst being watched at work by visitors to the gallery. Other must see highlights of the gallery include Australia's best historical Boab Nut display, an extensive collection of the worlds rarest and most beautiful sea shells, a glittering selection of precious gemstones, locally designed Boab tree inspired jewellery and for the music buffs a trip down memory lane flicking through 5000 of the best LPs ever recorded. The Lonely Planet Australian travel guide for 2012 rated Norval Gallery as one of its top 60 "top choice must see" destinations Australia wide. Norval Gallery is closed during the months of October November December January
Reviewed By Pieter P
What an amazing art centre to visit! The art is of a high standard, but what is wonderful about this artist is his involvement with local Aboriginal communities.Young artists are given the opportunity to learn and develop their art, but it also gives hope
10. Broome Visitor Centre
4.5 based on 811 reviews
The Broome Visitor Centre is a non government, not-for-profit organisation providing a comprehensive guide to Broome and the Kimberley.Our friendly and local tourism consultants are available 7 days a week to help you get the most out of your holiday in this amazing part of Australia.
Reviewed By travellingal02 - Perth, AustraliaPerth, Australia
Before anything else stop here!
Stopped by soon after we landed and within an hour had booked all our excursions for the week. Friendly, exceptionally knowledgeable Staff with a wealth of ideas and information.