Australia’s North West
Australia's North West is one of the world's last true wilderness areas and includes the majestic Kimberley and Pilbara regions. With some of the oldest rock formations in the world, the spectacular gorges of Karijini National Park and the unique beehive formations in Purnululu National Park, plus the many beautiful gorges featured along the Gibb River Road. Visit Australia’s North West to experience the true taste of Australia. Booking a holiday or break? See the current range of Special Deals and Offers.
Broome Vacation VillageView Profile
Kooljaman at Cape LevequeView Profile Kooljaman at Cape Leveque is a unique wilderness camp which is surrounded by a diversity of natural wonders.
Palm Grove Holiday ResortView Profile
Bungle Bungle Caravan ParkView Profile
Tarangau Village & Caravan ParkView Profile This small, family owned caravan park is in walking distance to beautiful Cable Beach and lovely restaurants. Our grassed sites are nestled amongst cool shady trees and our beautifully clean ablution facilities have been recently upgraded.
Discovery Parks – OnslowView Profile
Karijini Eco RetreatView Profile Experience the beauty of the sights at Karijini National Park, bring your caravan, camp in your own tent or ‘glamp’ in one of the semi permanent Deluxe Eco Tents with En suite.
Discovery Parks – Port HedlandView Profile Located on a peninsula where the Indian Ocean meets Pretty Pool Inlet, guests enjoy a unique level of resort park accommodation with facilities for tourists, backpackers and business travellers at Discovery Holiday Parks Port Hedland.
APT Kimberley Wilderness AdventureView Profile If you choose to explore the Kimberley as an independent self-drive traveller, APT’s exclusive Wilderness Lodges offer a stress-free alternative to camping. Lodges are strategically located at Bell Gorge just off the Gibb River Road, Mitchell Falls and in the heart of the Bungle Bungles. Enjoy a tented cabin with private ensuite and deck, a 3 course gourmet dinner and full breakfast. For those with limited time, Independent Air Tours for a maximum of 4 guests combine scenic flights with land touring at the Mitchell Plateau or Purnululu National Park. Or allow our expert Driver-Guides to lead you on a small group 4WD tour of no more than 20 travellers to experience the spectacular Kimberley scenery.
Broome’s GatewayView Profile
Eighty Mile Beach Caravan ParkView Profile
Peedamulla CampgroundView Profile Welcome to Peedamulla Campground, the Pilbara's newest nature-based campground located on historic Peedamulla Station, just 7km off the North West Coastal Highway and 70km from Onslow. Peedamulla Campground is owned and operated by the Jundaru Aboriginal Corporation.
The Campground offers powered and unpowered caravan/campsites, hot showers, drinking water and gas bbqs. Share a yarn or two around the communal campfire under the endless Pilbara night sky. Explore heritage listed ruins around the restored office/shop, take a day trip to Onslow, or venture out to the remote and isolated coast. Open March – October.
Discovery Parks – BroomeView Profile Discovery Parks - Broome (formerly Roebuck Bay Caravan Park) is the only park in Broome located on a beach, with uninterrupted views over the turquoise waters of Roebuck Bay.
Discovery Parks – Lake KununurraView Profile Discovery Parks – Lake Kununurra in Western Australia’s East Kimberley region is located almost halfway between Darwin and Broome. Rich in natural attractions and outdoor activities, Lake Kununurra is the ideal base from which to explore this diverse region.
Fitzroy River LodgeView Profile Fitzroy River Lodge, located on the banks of the mighty Fitzroy River 396km East of Broome. Caravan Park, Motel, Safari Tents, Luxury River View Suites. Swimming pool, tennis court, bar and restaurant facilities.
Oongkalkada Wilderness CampView Profile Our business aims to deliver genuine and authentic Indigenous experiences in an exclusive, safe and comfortable environment to visitors to the Kimberley region of North Western Australia.
We have a vision where people from the world over will choose to visit the wilderness camp because they want to experience the real Kimberley and at the same time immerse themselves in the journey of evolving Indigenous tourism at one of Australia’s last outback frontiers.
Whalesong Café and CampgroundView Profile simple, fresh food | spectacular, unspoilt scenery | eco bush camping
Goombaragin Eco RetreatView Profile Escape to this beautiful coastal retreat to enjoy the spectacular panoramic ocean views of Pender Bay on the Dampier Peninsula and its rich culture. Goombaragin is just over two hour's drive north of Broome, in the remarkable Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Ocean View Caravan Park (Onslow)View Profile ONSLOW Ocean View Caravan Park Onslow is located right on the waters edge, its a great place to come just to relax or wet a line, bring your boat, great fishing & crabbing. Powered and unpowered sites are available for caravans, campers and motorhomes. Yes, we are pet friendly.
Gumbanan Bush CampView Profile Escape to the best kept secret of the Dampier Peninsula, a location of unparalleled beauty and home of The Davey Family, where their traditions and family are forever an integral part. Gumbanan Bush Camp is located just before One Arm Point Community (the Ardiyooloon Community). It is a short 1.5km drive off the main road at the turnoff.
El QuestroView Profile Located in the East Kimberley, El Questro is 700,000 acres of vast and stunningly beautiful terrain. This diverse landscape extends 80 kilometres north to south and 60 kilometres east to west and is mostly unexplored.
Home Valley StationView Profile The Kimberley region within far north-western Australia has a wonderful history which continues today - from the ancient civilisation of the Australian Indigenous people, to those European explorers who paved the way for today's pastoral industry. Modern day diversification of these enormous land holdings has seen the development of tourism and in Home Valley Station's case, an on-site training academy designed for Indigenous men and women from the area.
Girloorloo Tours – Mimbi Caves Tours and CampgroundView Profile Modern amenities, hot showers, BBQ shelter, secluded camp sites and a friendly welcome awaits you at Mimbi Caves Campground. Nestled at the foot of the Emmanuel Ranges and just a short drive off Great Northern Highway, the campground has a Gooniyandi name “Jarlarloo Riwi”; Jarlarloo meaning Coolamon tree and Riwi meaning camp. Your Gooniyandi guides invite you to join them on an inspirational tour of one of Australia’s most spectacular and significant, natural geological sites. Mimbi caves is a place of deep spiritual significance to the Gooniyandi people as well as being one of the most significant Devonian fossil sites in the world.
Imintji Campground and Art CentreView Profile The Imintji (Ngarinyin) people invite you to stay at this sheltered location at the foot of the spectacular King Leopold range. This shady wilderness camp ground has wonderful views of the escarpment and is well situated to explore nearby natural attractions like Bell Gorge, Tunnel Creek, Windjana Gorge and surrounds. Once an important rest point for bullock drivers on the Gibb River Road, Imintji is once again a welcome stop-over for Kimberley travelers. The newly refurbished campgrounds offer modern amenities and is a great base from which to explore the Kimberley.
Discovery Parks – Balmoral, KarrathaView Profile
Banana Well GetawayView Profile Local Accommodation for the Dampier Peninsula.
Tom Price Tourist ParkView Profile Situated at the based of Mt Nameless, our Park hosts a variety of clean and well appointed accommodation. Shady, well grassed sites and bitumised roads. Your ideal base to explore Karijini National Park and surrounds!
Kimberleyland Waterfront Holiday ParkView Profile Just off the Victoria Highway, 1.5kms from the town centre of Kununurra, Kimberleyland Waterfront Holiday Park lies at the edge of Lily Lagoon overlooking the spectacular Sleeping Buddha rock formation.
Goojarr Goonyool Whale Research & CampgroundView Profile From July to November each year, thousands of humpback whales pass through the bay on their annual migration journey from Antarctica, following the West Australian coast towards the warmer southern waters. Offering secluded beachfront campsites overlooking
Pender Bay, Goojarr Goonyool is the perfect place to relax and watch the migrating whales.