Holidays in Kimberley

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Top Kimberley Flight & Hotel Packages

Oaks Broome Hotel
Kimberley Sands Resort
Pinctada McAlpine House
Seashells Broome
The Pearle of Cable Beach

Top hotels in Kimberley

Kimberley Sands Resort
Kimberley Sands Resort
3.5 out of 5
Murray Road, Cable Beach, WA, 6726
The price is AU$459 per night from 5 Aug. to 6 Aug.
4/5 Very Good! (26 reviews)
"This was our second visit here and we were looking forward to another fine holiday from Monday to Thursday. When we got in to our villa after checking in there was a brief welcome letter telling us the the restaurant was closed Wednesday and Thursday so we had to go elsewhere for breakfast lunch ..."

Reviewed on 5 Nov. 2021

Kimberley Sands Resort
Oaks Broome Hotel
Oaks Broome Hotel
4.5 out of 5
99 Robinson Street, Broome, WA, 6725
The price is AU$631 per night from 22 Jul. to 23 Jul.
4.2/5 Excellent! (718 reviews)
"It was a reasonable property, but very expensive"

Reviewed on 21 May 2022

Oaks Broome Hotel
Oaks Cable Beach Resort
Oaks Cable Beach Resort
4.5 out of 5
11 Oryx Road, Cable Beach, WA, 6726
The price is AU$620 per night from 21 Jul. to 22 Jul.
4.1/5 Very Good! (512 reviews)
"Very nice. Comfy bed and pillows. Live music that night. $25 fir breakfast, food was good. I do feel was very overpriced though. I suppose that is just Broome"

Reviewed on 20 Jun. 2022

Oaks Cable Beach Resort
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The Kimberley Holiday Packages

Discover the wilderness landscapes and crystal clear waters of the northwestern region of Western Australia.

Ride along the white sands near the crystalline waters of Cable Beach and see the incredible sandstone formations of the Bungle Bungles. Snorkel coral reefs and encounter the unique cultures of the Kimberley’s indigenous people. Purchase ocean-grown jewellery in the pearling port of Broome.

The Kimberley region’s main town is Broome, a historic pearling port located on a peninsula surrounded by white sand beaches. Find a secluded spot for swimming along the 14-mile-long (22-kilometre) Cable Beach. Enjoy the colours of sunset over the calm waters on a camel ride down the picturesque beach. On full moon evenings at nearby Roebuck Bay see the amazing effect of the reflection in the water known as the Staircase to the Moon.

Visit a pearl farm to see the culturing process. Sample Broome’s fusion cuisines, influenced by the Aboriginal, Japanese, Filipino and Malaysian people who worked together during the pearling booms of the 19th and 20th centuries. Take a boat trip off the coast to dive the fantastic coral reefs of Rowley Shoals Marine Park.

Ancient history abounds in the Kimberley region. Dampier Peninsula just north of Broome has authentic dinosaur footprints. Visit one of Australia’s oldest inhabited areas at Fitzroy Crossing to see the rock art of Geikie Gorge on tours led by indigenous guides.

Spend a few days discovering lakes, waterholes and waterfalls between Kununurra and Wyndham. Rock walls surround the Grotto’s deep waters. Wander along the creek and watch for local wildlife and indigenous art on the rock faces.

From Kununurra, take a scenic flight for an unforgettable aerial view over the sandstone domes known as the Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park. Go four-wheel-driving amid the ancient black-and-red sandstone geology and camp in the bush beneath a night sky alive with stars.

Visit ancient indigenous rock art and take the walk to the Kimberley’s Cathedral Gorge, a natural amphitheatre with incredible acoustics and sunlight streaming between the rock walls. Rainy season creates a sunlight-illuminated waterfall. Cool off with a swim in the pool below.

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