Visit the Kimberley to explore rugged landscapes and discover ancient Aboriginal history, rock art and culture.
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Cruising the Kimberley coast
A cruise along the Kimberley coast is a wonderful way to explore such a vast and inhospitable area, using a luxury cruise ship as a base with shore excursions into the interior. Travelling from Darwin to Broome, or vice versa, cruise along the remote coastline of the Kimberley, visiting areas that cannot be reached by land. Discover dramatic gorges, secluded inlets, spectacular waterfalls and nature's vibrant colours: rich red earth, azure blue seas and brilliant white-sand beaches.
Scenic flight over the Bungle Bungle range
Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle) is made up of thousands of huge beehive-shaped mounds striped in orange and black that make an astounding sight from the ground or the air. The stripes are a thin layer of silica and cyanobacteria protecting the soft white sandstone formations of the domes. The park is home to many species of plants and wildlife such as wallabies and green tree frogs. There is plenty to explore including Cathedral Gorge, Piccaninny Gorge, Echidna Chasm and much more. The park is most easily viewed on scenic flights from Kununurra, which passes over Lake Kununurra, the Carr Boyd Range and Lake Argyle.
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