Riding a horse at Home Valley Station is a fun way to enjoy the stunning Kimberley landscape. There’s nothing like being high up on a horse in the Kimberley with the sun blazing over vast savannah plains. We ride past red rocky ridges that soar towards the clear blue sky....
The helicopter sweeps over the landscape of the 400,000-hectare El Questro Station. Below us are views of a landscape dotted with boab trees, the Cockburn mountain range, valleys, hot springs, waterfalls and rivers. We are flying over the red and rugged Kimberley region which played a starring role in Baz...
The landscapes of Australia’s North West are grand, vivid and colourful. Start in Broome and the Bungle Bungles where it’s easy to imagine yourself as an early pioneer, a buccaneer or a character in an outback movie. The visual impact is immense: rocky red cliffs and soaring gorges, mesmerising sunsets...
Not a lot has changed since the time when Australia was part of Gondwana. The Kimberley is a destination abundant with wildlife sanctuaries, gorges, waterfalls, beaches and thousands of years of Aboriginal culture. Glamp it up in one of the world’s last wilderness frontiers . One of the oldest landscapes on...
Frauke Bolten-Boshammer unlocks the jewellery display cabinet and presents me a tray of polished Argyle diamonds. The price tags are impressive; nothing under $7000. I am visiting Kimberley Fine Diamonds, Australia’s most remote diamond house. It’s a Saturday morning and the showroom is abuzz with buyers looking to bag a...
Shrouded in clouds the Porongurup ranges hover in the distance. The air is thick with burning wood fires on the approach into the Great Southern region of Western Australia. We’re on a gourmet hunt in an Apollo campervan and plan on eating our way through Albany, Denmark, Pemberton and...
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