Broome & the North West holidays - Wild, jaw-dropping and humbling
Offering an extraordinary glimpse into the famous Australian Outback, the North West region really is an escape into the wilderness; a diverse, breath-taking landscape that spans billions of years. This region is split into two equally as fascinating and unique parts – the Kimberly and Pilabara. Larger than 75% of the world’s countries, this is a wild land of remote, incredible scenery of spinifex plains, palm-fringed gorges, desolate mountains and enchanting waterfalls.
A beautiful insight into Australia's wilderness and history
What is so unique about the North West region compared to other areas of this state is the landscape – it’s virtually unspoiled and gives you a true outback experience.
Indigenous experiences abound here, whether you choose to seek out art that has been on the planet for thousands of years or learning about the history of the area and the culture. The seaside town of Broome is charming and also home to Cable Beach.
This region is split into two equally beautiful parts – the Kimberly region and the Pilbara region. Both are fascinating, diverse and beautiful.
Top reasons to visit the North West:
- This area is home to the ancient Karijini National Park, a phenomenal area that has been forged over two billion years
- Cable Beach in Broome is sensational and is set to a backdrop of tawny ochre cliffs on one side and the turquoise Indian Ocean on the other
- A trip in the North West can be tailored to suit your expectations; from the active to the indulgent or laid-back, there are activities to suit all
- The flora and fauna is unique and many species can’t be found anywhere else on Earth