200km from Broome, or 100km from Derby, Oongkalkada base
camp sits amongst a remarkable Kimberley wilderness setting,
with the mighty Fitzroy River at your doorstep, fresh mineral
springs and an amazing array of fauna and flora as your backdrop.
Located within a remote Pilbara cattle station, visitors to the campground in mid-July may be lucky enough to see the annual muster herding hundreds of cattle. Visit beautifully restored stone heritage buildings and the remains of state heritage listed structures of historic significance.
Located approximately 190km north of Broome, on Western Australia’s Dampier Peninsula, Pender Bay Escape is a natural maternity ward and resting ground for humpback whales who pass through in their thousands from July to October each year – featuring cliff top camp sites with stunning views.
Located on the Collie River, in the Bunbury Region, approximately 155km south of Perth. Refurbished the timber cottages, village facilities, bushwalk trails and spectacular countryside, corporate training venue, as well as offering short stay accommodation for families, schools and groups, making it…
The historic Crossing Inn sits on its original site on the banks of the mighty Fitzroy River. Established in 1897, it is now over one hundred years old and is the oldest established hotel in the entire Kimberley region.
Just 36km from the entrance to World Heritage Purnululu National Park, Violet Valley features 14 secluded campsites in a natural bush setting on the banks of the Bow River. Wide open grasslands, abundant wildlife and activities for the adventurous, Violet Valley.