Attractions

Reveley Island

Reveley Island is located off the North Kimberley coast between Buckle Head and Cape Lambert.

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King George Falls

The King George River plunges into tidal waters over sandstone cliffs 100m high to form Western Australia’s highest twin waterfalls.

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Hunter River

The Hunter River is a popular cruise ship destination due to the spectacular rock formation at the river mouth and two large waterfalls that drop 90m.

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Careening Bay

Careening Bay is frequently visited by people keen to see the historic Mermaid Tree in Prince Regent National Park and is a very beautiful spot in its own right.

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Trails

Time Walk

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Time Walk, is an easy but spectacular two kilometre return bush walk through Windjana Gorge in the far north of Western Australia. Discover a devonian reef gorge system which is unlike any other in the Kimberley, and keep an eye out for fresh water crocodiles and flocks of corellas.

Cockburn Lookout

Bush Walk
1.8 kilometres

Cockburn Lookout Trail is one of several excellent walks, best undertaken near sunrise or late afternoon. The 1.8km loop walk starts near the front gate at Home Valley Station’s tourist resort accommodation. The trail offers great views of the Cockburn Ranges and the meteorite crater. 

Mount Baldy

Bush Walk
3.6 kilometres

Mount Baldy Lookout Trail is one of several excellent walks, best undertaken near sunrise or late afternoon. It’s a 3.6 kilometre return walk starting near the front gate at Home Valley Station’s tourist resort accommodation. The summit offers fantastic panoramic views of Cockburn Ranges.

Western Australia Distillery Trail

Drive (2WD)
4500 kilometres

The Western Australian Distillery Trail is a 4500km drive trail, stretching all the way from Esperance on the south coast to Kununurra in the far north of WA. Featuring 15 small batch distilleries, each with its own distinctive character and style, the trail passes through Albany, Margaret River, Swan Valley and Broome. Meet the makers and go behind the scenes to view the distillation process. Taste, touch, smell and hear the stories behind their unique flavours.

Gibb River Road

Drive (4WD)
700 kilometres

The legendary Gibb River Road, is an icon of outback adventure through the heart of the Kimberley in Western Australia’s north west. The 660 kilometre dirt track passes through remote station country with magnificent scenery and plenty of opportunities to get out of your vehicle to discover one of the many fresh water gorges.