West Coast Australia - Broome & the Kimberley (PDF Chapter)

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This is the Broome & the Kimberley chapter from Lonely Planet’s West Coast Australia guidebook.

Australia’s last frontier is a wild land of remote, spectacular scenery. Aboriginal culture runs deep across the region, from the Dampier Peninsula to distant Mitchell Plate. Swashbuckling Broome and practical Kununurra bookend the region. Both are great places to unwind and meet other travellers.

  • take a camel ride at sunset along Broome’s Cable Beach
  • maps
  • learn about traditional culture with Aboriginal communities on the pristine Dampier Peninsula
  • transport
  • tackle the notorious Gibb River Road on a 4WD adventure
  • restaurants & accommodation

Coverage includes: The Kimberley, Port Hedland to Broome, Broome, Dampier Peninsula, Derby, Devonian Reef National Parks, Gibb River Road, Great Northern Highway, Kununurra, Purnululu National Park & Bungle Bungle Range, Wyndham.

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