Kimberley is an amazing piece of Australia, surrounded by many unique and interesting destinations. There are the larger towns of Broome and Kununurra, interspersed with smaller villages, such as Derby, Halls Creek and Wyndham. With the growth of industry and tourism, many of these Kimberley destinations have developed an interesting character and charm.
Just two hours north of Broome, Derby sits on the edge of King Sound with the vastness of the Kimberley at its doorstep.
Located on the Fitzroy river bank at the heart of gorge country, Fitzroy Crossing is at heart of some of the best pastoral country in Australia.
Halls Creek, on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert, is close to Purnululu National Park, home of the famous Bungle Bungles and Wolfe Creek Crater, the second largest meteorite crater in the world.
With a population of approximately 900 people, Wyndham is a small frontier town and the nothern gateway to the Gibb River Road and Derby.