Kununurra to Broome via Gibb River Trail
The Gibb River Road is one of the last true outback experiences. Spanning 660km between Derby and Kununurra, this track passes vast cattle stations, remote wildlife sanctuaries and stunning gorges. It’s a never-to-be-forgotten 4WD adventure.
Kununurra to Broome Drive Adventure
The gateway to the East Kimberley, Kununurra is a pretty town on the banks of Lake Kununurra and the Ord River. It’s also the perfect base for your outback adventure. Enjoy the drive on the sealed road of the Great Northern Highway, or take the unsealed Gibb River Road for a more adventurous route.
Explore and experience the unique culture, history and lifestyle of the local indigenous people along the Dampier Peninsula. Stretching 220km north from Broome, you can only access the area via the partially unsealed Cape Leveque Road.
Pilbara 4WD Adventure Trail
The diverse landscapes of the Pilbara region create an amazing choice of holiday experiences. Head off in a 4WD and venture into vast wilderness areas.
Warlu Way Dreamtime Trail
Following the path of the Warlu, or Dreamtime sea serpent, this trail traverses the Pilbara and Kimberley regions of north-west Australia. Interpretive signage along the drive reveals the historical, cultural and natural wonders of our great country. Coral Bay and Exmouth are the gateways to Cape Range National Park and the dazzling marine life of the Ningaloo Reef.
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