Create special memories in WA this year and as part of Jayco’s Local Adventures series, we look at the top road trips throughout the Wildflower State to inspire your planning.
We’ve leaned on the tourism experts for this state, Tourism WA, to share a few itineraries to suit any adventure and of course, a few local businesses to visit along the way.
Kimberley Wilderness Highway
Where: Broome to Kununurra WA
Distance: 6943 kilometres
Time: 7 Days
Day 1: Broome
Day 2: Broome to Fitzroy Crossing
Day 3: Fitzroy Crossing to Geikie Gorge return
Day 4: Fitzroy Crossing to Mimbi Caves and Halls Creek
Day 5: Halls Creek to Wolfe Creek Crater return
Day 6: Halls Creek to Purnululu National Park
Day 7: Purnululu to Kununurra
Discover a 40,000-year-old culture and its 350-million-year-old secrets.
Many of the Kimberley’s highlights can be reached by taking the sealed Great Northern Highway from Broome to Kununurra.
Along the way, you’ll meet some friendly Kimberley characters keen to share their culture and country, from Mimbi Caves and Geikie Gorge to the Bungle Bungle Range in World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park.
For more information and a more detailed itinerary:
Visit Western Australia Tourism
Support local businesses:
Cable Beach camel tours is the most ideal way to take in the beauty of this world famous beach or explore the Mimbi Caves via a tour. Hear fascinating stories as your Gooniyandi guide takes you back to a time when local Aboriginal people inhabited this unique network of caves that have been carved out of this ancient fossilised reef system over millions of years.