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Discover a 40,000-year-old culture and its 350-million-year-old secrets by taking the sealed Highway 1 from Broome to Kununurra. Along the way, you’ll encounter some of the Kimberley’s iconic wilderness landscapes, from
Fitzroy Crossing is one of the oldest occupied locations in Australia – the perfect place to seek Indigenous art and cultural insights. Join the local Bunuba people for a river cruise and cultural tour of the dramatic 30-metre deep Geikie Gorge. Spot native wildlife, freshwater crocs and fossilised ancient lifeforms.
Venture into the enchanting labyrinths and cultural sites of Mimbi Caves with an Indigenous guide. Halls Creek to Wolfe Creek Crater. Take a scenic flight or drive to Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater National Park. Measuring 880 metres across, it’s the second largest meteorite crater in the world.
Get an eagle’s eye view of one of the most curious ranges on Earth – the Bungle Bungle Range in World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park. Take a walk through cavernous Cathedral Gorge and other highlights of this 350-million-year-old marvel in Purnululu National Park. Drop in to Gija Visitor Centre in Warmun, which displays the traditional and contemporary art and craft work of local Aboriginal artists. Take a cruise of the Ord River and Lake Argyle – the largest man-made lake in the southern hemisphere. Discover the region’s abundant wildlife and some of the best river fishing in the North West.
This top drive was provided by Tourism Western Australia.
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