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.
Violet Valley Campground
Hot showers, flushing toilets, BBQ facilities and remote, quiet place to camp, Welcome to Violet Valley Campground in the Kimberley. 14 secluded campsites in a natural bush setting on the banks of the Bow River. Wide open grasslands, abundant wildlife and activities for the adventurous, Violet Valley Campground is just 36km from the entrance to World Heritage Purnululu National Park.
Kimberleyland Waterfront Holiday Park
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.
Doon Doon Roadhouse
Located on the Great Northern Highway 110km south of Kununurra the Doon Doon Roadhouse offers a range of facilities and services for visitors travelling the Western Australian Kimberley region. Whether you are looking to refuel for your journey, take a break from driving, try one of our tempting burgers, or stay overnight in our well equipped caravan park and campground, you will find your visit to Doon Doon a memorable part of your travels to the beautiful Kimberley.
Discovery Parks – Lake Kununurra
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.
Home Valley Station
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.