Broome & The North West

Discovering areas of untouched wilderness such as stunning gorges, waterfalls cascading into inviting pools, beaches that stretch for miles on end (eighty miles in fact) is an everyday encounter in the North West. Start your journey in Broome and explore the many more natural wonders in this amazing region.

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Travel features by locals and experts

Insider Advice: Karijini National Park

German travel writer and blogger Freedi Franze heads to Karijini National Park for a three night eco stay among the natural swimming holes, gorges and wildflowers.

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Five Kimberley Treasures Just a Short Trip from Broome

Broome is the perfect base for your Kimberley adventure, and a trip up the Dampier Peninsula is the best way to start exploring. Its hidden gems are all within a day’s drive from town. Lorna Hendry has travelled the Kimberley with her family and shares some of the best sites to visit.

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Just Another Day at the Office – the Kimberley by Helicopter

Michael ‘Tommo’ Thomson has probably seen more of the Kimberley that most. As a local helicopter pilot, he spends his day showing people the wonders of northern WA. Writer Lorna Hendry asked him which part he enjoys most.

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Journeys to inspire you by people in the know

Broome and the Kimberley in Eight Days

Craig Makepeace is co-founder of YTravelBlog.com, where he and his wife Caroline publish travel tips and personal stories from their travel experiences. They know Broome well, having travelled the area and lived there for six months.

Discovering the Culture of Broome in a Day

Bart Pigram was born and raised in Broome. He belongs to one of Broome’s most famous families, has been involved in revitalising Yawuru culture and language, and now runs Narlijia Cultural Tours. Here he shares his tips for discovering the cultures of Broome in a day.

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