Discover one of the world’s last great wilderness areas in The Kimberley rich in pioneer history, Aboriginal culture and home to Baz epic adventure film ‘Australia’.

Explore the Bungle Bungle Range in the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park, and be amazed at the beauty of an inland sea, Lake Argyle.

Discover dinosaur footprints preserved in rock or simply relax at Cable Beach in Broome.

Dampier boasts the highest density of rock art in the world with an abundance of barramundi in the pristine Dampier Archipelago.

The rich red earth and rocky landscapes of the ancient Pilbara is a wildlife oasis. Millstream-Chichester National Park on the picturesque Fortescue River is fringed by waterlilies, ferns and the rare Millstream Palm.

Tom Price, nestled deep in the Hamersley Ranges is a base to explore Karijini National Park, a tapestry of deep red gorges, secluded emerald rock pools and ice blue waterfalls.

At Newman tour the single largest open-cut iron ore mine in the world and visit nearby Rudall River National Park, a stunning natural asset.

Embark on a four wheel drive adventure to Port Hedland, stopping at Marble Bar, Australia’s warmest town.

The North West is the place to go for an authentic Aussie outback adventure.

See the trip planner to plan your trip in this region.

Pictured Top; Ivanhoe crossing, near Kununurra. Credit: Tourism Western Australia

Pictured below; Fern Pool, in Dales Gorge, Karijini National Park, Karijini National Park, Credit: Dirk Rohrbach – Tourism Western Australia