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Must See & Do - Gibb River Road

The Gibb River Road is often named at the top of the list when it comes to self drive roads not to miss across the whole of Australia, its rugged terrain and landscape provides a challenging yet rewarding adventure for anyone.

The Gibb River Road stretches for 660km straight through the heart of the Kimberley taking you from the eastern point of Kununurra/Wyndham to the western point of Derby/Broome. There is no right or wrong way to enjoy the Gibb River Road, just take it in your leisure and soak up the gorges, ranges, and waterfalls that epitomise the Kimberley region of Australia. This is really one not to miss. You can pick up Gibb River Road maps from the Kununurra Visitor Centre or click here to view Main Roads WA, "Driving the Gibb River Road" guide.

There are a number of accommodation providers to relax and rejuvenate along the way.

  • El Questro (100km from Kununurra)
  • Home Valley Station (115km from Kununurra)
  • Ellenbrae Station (230km from Kununurra)
  • Drysdale River Station (353km from Kununurra on the Kalumburu Road)
  • Mt Elizabeth Station (390km from Kununurra)
  • Charnley River Station (494km from Kununurra)
  • Mornington Wilderness Sanctuary (546km from Kununurra)
  • Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge (565km from Kununurra)
  • Birdwood Downs Station (689km from Kununurra)

*PLEASE NOTE: Many operators on the Gibb River Road are currently closed for the 2020 season due to COVID-19. Please check our operator openings page or call us before you do the Gibb River Road*

APT Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge

Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge boasts an enviable position, with expansive views of the King Leopold escarpment. Located just off the Gibb River Road and close to the Imintji Aboriginal Community, the lodge enjoys its prime Indigneous-owned site, close to some of the West Kimberley's most beautiful gorges.APT Wilderness Lodges offer a touch of luxury in the heart of the wilderness. Eliminate the hassles from your self-drive Kimberley adventure, staying in a twin tented cabin complete with spaciou...

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Drysdale River Station

Regretfully due to the COVID-19 Virus, Drysdale River Station is closed until further notice. No room accommodation or meals will be available until 1st May 2021.

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APT Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge

Perfectly situated in close proximity to Mitchell Falls beside a delightful waterhole on Camp Creek, Mitchell Falls Wilderness Lodge is the ideal base for exploring some of the region's most unforgettable attractions.APT Wilderness Lodges offer a touch of luxury in the heart of the wilderness. Eliminate the hassles from your self-drive Kimberley adventure, staying in a twin tented cabin complete with spacious ensuite, hot shower and flushing toilet. A private front deck, is the perfect place t...

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Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge

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Munurru Campground

UUNGUU VISITOR PASS (UVP) - WUNAMBAL GAAMBERA PEOPLE welcome you to Wunambal Gaambera Country in the far north Kimberley through our UUNGUU VISITOR PASS (UVP) Here, we Wunambal Gaambera people share with you aspects of our life, our culture, our Country, the future we are shaping for ourselves, and how you can visit by purchasing our Uunguu Visitor Pass. Our living home - our Uunguu - has been passed to us from our Wanjina Wunggurr creators and ancestors. We are following our Healthy Country ...

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Mornington Wilderness Camp

Located in the heart of the Kimberley, Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary covers more than 3,000 km2 of spectacular gorges and tropical savanna dominated by the Fitzroy River and Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges. Owned and managed by the non-profit Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC), Mornington Wilderness Camp provides a comfortable base from which to explore this remarkable sanctuary. It is a naturalist’s paradise, providing refuge for over 200 species of birds and a diverse range of other wildlife. ...

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