• Kimberley (Western Australia) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kimberley_(Western_Australia) The Kimberley is the northernmost of the nine regions of Western Australia.It is bordered on the west by the Indian Ocean, on the north by the Timor Sea, on the south by the Great Sandy and Tanami deserts in the region of the Pilbara, and on the east by the Northern Territory.. The region was named in 1879 by government surveyor Alexander Forrest after Secretary of State for the Colonies John ...
  • Kimberley (Western Australia) - Wikitravel

    wikitravel.org/en/Kimberley_(Western_Australia) The northernmost region of Western Australia is called the Kimberley. This spectacular region has an area of over 421,000 square kilometres. It is bordered by the Northern Territory to the East, the Pilbara to the South, the Indian Ocean to the Northwest and the Timor Sea to the North.
  • Kimberley Western Australia | Travel from Broome to Darwin ...

    www.kimberleywesternaustralia.com About Broome • Broome Surrounds" Area, "Kimberley" Region Broome has a population of 10500 ( 1998 figures) and is approximately 2250 kilometres north of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. Broome simply oozes with colour. It's Western Australia's secret getaway - right on the Indian Ocean's doorstep and the gateway to Australia's last frontier of pristine wilderness - the Kimberley.
  • 100 Things to See in The Kimberley, Western Australia ...

    www.thekimberleyaustralia.com/kimberleyaustralia The Kimberley is one of Australia’s last untamed wilderness areas. It is a land of extreme beauty, extreme weather and extreme wonder. To travel here is an adventure, however you do it. 100 Things to See in the Kimberley is the culmination of a life spent exploring the Kimberley. Written by Scotty Connell, Kununurra local and award-winning tour guide, the 180-page ‘bucketlist’ book takes ...
  • The Kimberley Western Australia | Visit The Kimberley

    www.kimberleyexperiences.com.au/the-kimberley The Kimberley is situated in the northern region of Western Australia is a hidden treasure of nature with secrets awaiting to be discovered, especially its wilderness adventures tour that you will never want to leave. To Visit the Kimberley region call us now at 1800-960-991.
  • The Kimberley in Western Australia - Facts and Numbers

    www.kimberleyaustralia.com/kimberley_western_australia.html The Kimberley in Western Australia Facts and Numbers. The Kimberley in Western Australia is a very remote region in the far north western corner of the continent. The facts and numbers on this page will show just how remote.
  • Kimberley, Western Australia | National Museum of Australia

    www.nma.gov.au/learn/encounters-education/community-stories/kimberley Kimberley, Western Australia Kimberley. The Kimberley has a cultural history stretching back tens of thousands of years, rich in objects, ceremonies, songs, stories and dance. Explore this living culture. Setting the scene. Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Cultural Centre, 2015: The elders call their people to one place so they listen and learn the ...
  • Kimberley Map - Western Australia - Mapcarta

    mapcarta.com/Kimberley_%28Western_Australia%29 Kimberley The northernmost region of Western Australia is called the Kimberley. This spectacular region has an area of over 421,000 km². It is bordered by the Northern Territory to the east, the Pilbara to the south, the Indian Ocean to the northwest, and the Timor Sea to the north.
  • Travelling the Kimberley; A local's guide to the best ...

    www.thekimberleyaustralia.com 100 Things To See In The Kimberley is the ultimate Kimberley travel guide, written by Kununurra-local and tour guide, Scotty Connell. It is the culmination of a life spent exploring Australia’s wild and remote north west. Scotty grew up in the Kimberley and has made it his mission to thoroughly expl
  • Crocodiles In The Kimberley, Western Australia

    www.kimberleyaustralia.com/kimberley-crocodiles.html By the way, not all Kimberley crocodiles are dangerous.We have two different species of crocodiles in the Kimberley, freshwater crocodiles and saltwater crocodiles.All the warnings below concern saltwater crocodiles. Saltwater crocodiles are the largest reptiles in the world (in terms of weight).They can grow to over 6 metres (the one pictured above is only about 2.5 m) and their jaws can ...