Set in one of the most remote areas of Australia, The Kimberley puts some of Australia’s true natural wilderness on display. Stretched over 423 000 km and containing a population of just 40 000, this area of northern Western Australia features vast cattle stations, pristine empty beaches, unspoiled rainforests and truly iconic outback landscapes. The Kimberley is home to the famous Bungle Bungles and Broome’s beautiful coastline as well as several endangered species and one of the longest surviving cultures on Earth. Few Australian’s venture into this wilderness that just might be the most Australian location on this list. Most tourists visit The Kimberley from May to August as the land is lush from the wet season and most roads and attractions should be open.
Every Australian traveller knows about the beautiful sights our country has to offer but most of us would struggle to tick of more than one location on this list. These places are a mere sample of the beauty in our own backyard.