West Coast Australia - Broome & The Kimberley (PDF Chapter)
This is the Broome & the Kimberley chapter from Lonely Planet’s West Coast Australia guidebook.
Australia’s last frontier is a vast land of remote, spectacular scenery, with a severe climate, a sparse population and minimal infrastructure. Larger than 75% of the world’s countries, the Kimberley is hemmed by impenetrable coastline and unforgiving deserts.
- take a camel ride at sunset along Broome’s Cable Beach
- learn about traditional culture with Aboriginal communities on the pristine Dampier peninsula
- tackle the notorious Gibb River Road on a 4WD adventure
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: The Kimberley, Broome, Dampier Peninsula, Derby, Devonian Reef National Parks, Gibb River Road, Great Northern Highway, Kununurra, Purnululu National Park & Bungle Bungle Range, Wyndham, When to Go, Best Places to Stay.
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