The Kimberley is Western Australia's vast northern region - home to an incredible wilderness, rugged ranges and sheer gorges. The mostly off-road Gibb River Road runs through the heart of the region, passing through Windjana Gorge National Park where you're met with towering limestone cliffs, rock pools and wild crocodiles. This rugged region is perfect for people who are after some serious adventure and keen on a true Aussie experience. This area is only accessible by 4WD and is mostly closed during the wet season (November till April) due to flooding. There are not many facilities in this rough area, so bush camping is the way to go.
The Kimberleys contain the most beautiful gorges and waterfalls and our tours hit all the highlights like Wolfe Creek, Lake Argyle, the Fitzroy Crossing, Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Purnulul National Park. If you want to experience the real off the beaten track vibe, then Backpackers World can take you there.
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