Western Australia's top end, the Kimberley region, offers a vast array of colours, amazing scenery, landscapes and wildlife. This region offers unique red dirt land formations together with oasis of water holes and hot springs making this area a travellers paradise. Kununurra, one of the major towns in the region, is a must-see destination offering elegant restaurants, refined coffee spots, hot springs and exciting race meetings midyear. While visiting Kununurra don't miss the Zebra Rock Gallery and Cafe where you can laze around the lake, feed the fish and observe the amazing bird life. A short drive from Kununurra is Lake Argyle, a beautiful spot to visit for a picnic and a walk, the scenery is so spectacular. From Derby you can catch a flight to the astonishing Horizontal Falls or go to Mowanjum Art or Culture Centre as well as Galvins and Manning Gorges.The most popular town of the Kimberley region is Broome with a plethora of sights and activities. Visit the Japanese Cemetery, Matso's Brewery & Curry House and the market on Sundays. Swim at Cable Beach where the white sand stretches for miles, take a camel ride at sunrise or sunset or simply sit at the bar at Cable Beach and watch the sun set over the beach and finish another day in paradise. A trip to Broome would not be complete without visiting the world renowned Paspaley Pearl display. Here you can learn the history of pearls in Broome and, of course, see the amazing jewellery they have created. At the end of the day you may want to take a romantic sunset cruise on the famous Broome Pearling Lugger.
Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is the world's sixth-largest country by total area. Our country offers boutique, luxury, family and even sometimes quirky accommodation for the most meticulous traveller.