Kimberley – Natural Nirvana in the North West

Wilderness sanctuary

Wilderness sanctuaryFor visitors who want a one-of-a-kind experience, it can be tough to choose a place. Frankly speaking, many countries in the world offer something unique or something old. These destinations are worth the expense, but there are locations lesser known to people that are the closest things to paradise.

Some of the best Kimberley adventure tours offer Western Australia’s (WA) most unique wilderness experiences – experiences that will capture your imagination. Covering nearly 423,000 square kilometres, this ancient region has fewer people per square kilometre than almost any other place on Earth.

Hidden in the region’s heart, vast wildlife sanctuaries, spectacular gorges and thundering waterfalls provide the perfect backdrop for a Kimberley holiday adventure in Western Australia’s (WA) north. And on its coast lie some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, untouched coral atolls and rugged islands with an amazing variety of marine life.

Geography and Ecology

The region itself is three times the size of England, and it is one of the last true wildernesses in the civilized world. Plunging waterfalls are quite a common sight in here, so are deep gorges, beaches, stunning rock formations and the list goes on. If you’re the kind of person who delights in seeing the greatest the natural world can offer.

In addition, the region has a tropical climate. It can get hot at times, but the median temperature ranges from 27 to 30 °C. Expect to spot some wildlife during your expedition, including the saltwater crocodiles.

Notable Sights and Destinations

Among the most popular spots in the region is Montgomery Reef, which covers an area of 400 square kilometres. It is known for the unusual tide movements that reveal vast lagoons, along with islets and a mangrove island.

Some of the other noteworthy destinations in the Kimberley include Raft Point, Kings Cascades, King George River and The Mitchell Falls.

The memory of Kimberley will latch onto you. The marks of billions of years of process in this place are awe-inspiring.