Mighty rivers and wetlands teem with wild game fish and marine life and its vast vistas are infinite. One of the least populated places on earth, the area's isolated wilderness is truly awe-inspiring. Highlights include The Gyorn Gyorn Paintings at the mysterious Bradshaws site - the world's oldest discovered indigenous art - and game fishing on the mighty waters of the Regent River.
The region's huge tidal range also offers up several natural phenomenon: the Kimberley Icon's horizontal falls and Montgomery Reef - 140 square miles of coral that rises from the ocean as the tide falls, exposing turtles, dugongs, manta rays and lots more.
One of the world's best-kept secrets, the spectacular Bungle Bungle Range was known only to Aboriginal people until discovered in the early eighties, while the rock formations at Karinjini National Park - one of Australia's largest and most spectacular - inspire with a mix of sheer gorges, waterfalls and cool swimming holes.