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Australia's North West
Australia's North West

This is one of the world's last great wilderness areas. It's a combination of the Kimberly and the Pilbara regions and it contains some of the most ruggedly beautiful country on the planet. Spectacular gorges like Geikie Gorge, or those of the wonderful Karijini National Park; pristine sandy beaches like the world-famous Cable Beach; unforgettable coastal phenomena like the horizontal waterfalls and whirlpools of the Buccaneer and Dampier Archipelagos; ancient waterways like the Fortescue River; the vast expanse of Lake Argyle; and , of course, the fascinating indigenous culture that has existed here since the dawn of time. The Kimberley is a magnificent, relatively unspoilt region with a rich flora and abundant wildlife. Environs Kimberley wants to keep it that way. Until recently, this region was protected by its remoteness and travel difficulties. Now, with improved roads and frequent air services, the Kimberley is being discovered, by the rest of Australia and the world. Development is increasing fast and the nature of the Kimberley is under threat. Environs Kimberley advocates careful planning for the region and the encouragement of business opportunities that protect and enhance the environment and lifestyle.   The region includes   Port Hedland, Derby,  and  Broome on the coast  and inland towns such as Halls CreekKununurra and Tom Price .  You can stay at high class hotels or at some Special Interest Accommodation from small friendly B&B or Farmstays to Pet Friendly properties and many more. The official website is at Australia's North West .

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