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Kimberleyland Waterfront Holiday Park

The perfect location on central Lake Kununurra, your home away from home!

  • Rating:4.5 star

Details

  • Capacity:8,under 11
  • Type:Chalets,Camping Grounds,Caravan Parks,4 - 5 Stars
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Restaurant,4 - 5 Stars

Description

Set on manicured lawns leading down to the waterfront, the park has large, shady sites with magnificent views, lakeside self-contained cabins with modern amenities and a large saltwater resort style pool.

Kimberleyland offers the ideal environment to explore the majestic Ord River right from the Park's boat ramp by canoe or boat, take a flight over the breathtaking Kimberley landscape, catch a cruise, fish for barramundi, or abseil down rocky cliff faces and gorges.

Kimberleyland have tour sales and information as well as van storage and two camp kitchens.

There’s plenty to see and do - or just kick back and relax! 

Accommodation Options

Deluxe Waterfront Accommodation

Ensuite Poolside Cabins

Ensuite Family Cabin

Waterfront Powered Sites

Powered Caravan Sites

Lakeside Camping Sites

Auski Tourist Village

Welcome to tourist village, nestled alongside the magnificent Karijini National Park.

  • Price:From $30 - $175 per night
  • Rating:3 star

Details

  • Wheelchair Access:Yes
  • Type:Motel,Camping Grounds,Caravan Parks,1 - 3 Stars
  • Facilities:Pets Allowed,Wheelchair Access
  • Price Range:Under $50,$50-$100,$100-$200
  • Capacity:51 - 100

Description

<p> Auski offers a range of accommodation to suit all travellers. In the heart of the gorge country, between Port Hedland and Newman, the Village is a gateway to some of the most beautiful and secluded natural wonders of the State. Auski offers a variety of 3 star accommodation surrounded by spectacular landscape. The motel units, single rooms, caravan park and camping grounds all provide clean and comfortable accommodation with friendly helpful service. The Village also contains a well stocked Roadhouse for any additional requirements.  We also welcome dogs!</p>

Barn Hill Station Stay

Station stay on the coast 129km south of Broome. Caravan, camping and budget accommodation. Scenic beaches very close by.

Details

  • Type:Caravan Parks,Camping Grounds

Description

Ocean views, shaded lawns and even lawn bowling at this family owned and operated station.

Discovery Holiday Park Pilbara Karratha

Looking for a true Outback experience? Next stop, Discovery Parks – Pilbara, Karratha (formerly Pilbara Holiday Park and Big4 Discovery Parks - Pilbara, Karratha).

  • Price:From $40

Details

  • Type:4 - 5 Stars,Caravan Parks,Chalets,Camping Grounds
  • Capacity:51 - 100
  • Price Range:Under $50,$50-$100,$100-$200

Description

Karratha means ‘good country’ in the language of the local Indigenous community and you’ll be awestruck by the raw, natural treasures of the Pilbara in Australia’s North West.

The massive gorges, crystal clear rock pools and waterfalls of Karijini National Park are a must-see. Just off the coast, the Dampier Archipelago and Mackerel Islands offer world-class boating, fishing, diving and snorkelling and the seasonal natural phenomenon, Staircase to the Moon, is extraordinary.

Our holiday park’s excellent accommodation choices are perfect for resting up at the end of a long day.

Gnylmarung Retreat

Treat yourself to a wilderness holiday at the doorstep of nature's own retreat at Gnylmarung. Let the ocean whisper its secrets to you and let the sun show you its splendour when both meet at dusk.

  • Price:$20 per person per night

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds
  • Price Range:Under $50
  • Facilities:Pets Allowed

Description

Would you like to spend a few days in a tranquil bush setting listening to the native birds? Perhaps you would like to do a bit of fishing or diving? Gnylmarung is an eco-friendly retreat which operates on solar power and an environmentally friendly philosophy.

Located 150km north of Broome, the Gnylmarung community was established in 1995 and is surrounded by lush green vegetation and pristine white beaches. Experience the magic of Gnylmarung's secluded beaches and witness the beauty of an outback sunset over the Indian Ocean. This retreat is a partuclarly popular spot amongst fisherman.

Gnylmarung is owned and operated by Alphonose and Delma Cox. Growing up in Beagle Bay, the couple raised their seven children at Gnylmarung and are always willing to share their local knowledge, especially 'where the fish are biting'. If you are lucky enough, they might join you at your campfire for a singalong.

Gnylmarung offers over 20 camping sites, either with an ocean view, in shaded areas or in secluded bushland. Wash-up sinks are provided at camp sites, along with good drinking water and bush bbq's. Clean ablution blocks with solar showers and a laundry with a washing machine is also included.

 

Gumbanan Retreat

Escape to the best kept secret of the Dampier Peninsula, a location of unparalleled beauty and home of The Davey Family, where their traditions and family are forever an integral part.

  • Price:From $15 to $140

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds

Description

At Gumbanan Wilderness Retreat you will be immersed in an amazing cultural experience for the whole family. There is a variety of camping choices including facilities for campers, camper trailers, caravans, plus furnished safari tents for couples and families.

This amazing location is the gateway to the Buccaneer Archipelago with known attractions such as Waterfall Reef and Horizontal Falls. The bird-life around the campground is in abundance and is a must for any bird lover. It is also one of the few places in The Kimberley that the Gouldian Finch is home to. From the campground a variety of tours are available and cultural experiences with the family who share a passion and connection to the beauty and remoteness of this unique and pristine location.

The current elders Frank and Maureen are integral parts of the Dampier Peninsular community and have enjoyed sharing their love and passion for their homeland with tourists and locals alike. The family are part of the Bardi Jawi People, known to be 'Salt Water People' and also world famous for their unique dancing. The Bardi Dancers are a traditional male dance group comprised of elders and future leaders of the Bardi people. 

They are keepers of traditional culture and stories, through song and dance. Their style is very distinctive as they perform with intricate totems depicting coastal life and traditional hunting practices, handed down orally and visually from generation to generation – a strong example of living culture in contemporary society. 

Getting There

Gumbanan Bush Camp is located just before One Arm Point Community (the Ardiyooloon Community). It is a short 1.5km drive off the main road at the turnoff.

Lombadina Aboriginal Corporation

Lombadina offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience the Bardi People's local way of life.

  • Price:From $50-$220

Details

  • Capacity:21 - 50
  • Facilities:Conference Facilities,Family Friendly,Functions
  • Type:Chalets,Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds

Description

The ocean has been pivotal in the lives of the Bard people for many thousands of years as both a source of food and spiritual significance. 

Lombadina offers and unforgettable beachside adventure. Dolphins, dugongs, sea turtles, manta-rays and humpback whales are regular visitors to the waters of Lombadina. Choose to relax on white sandy beaches alongside the pristine turquoise waters of the beautiful Kimberley region. Alternatively, take part in the many tours provided at Lombadina, including kayaking, snorkelling, fishing, mud crabbing and Aboriginal community experiences. Make sure to also talk to the local Bardi people about Lombadina and its rich and interesting culture.

Visitors to Lombadina Community enjoy a choice of accommodation options designed to fit a diverse range of requirements and budgets, offering everything from deluxe apartments to single quarters and camping.

Getting There

Lombadina Community situated near Kooljaman at Cape Leveque on the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Luridgii Campground

Luridgii Tours is owned and operated by Ted Hall, a respected Miriuwung man from Mandangala in North East Kimberley.

  • Price:From $50

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Pets Allowed

Description

This is an Iconic bucket list tour in the East Kimberley for the Ord Valley Muster only! Luridgii Tours are proud to present the Argyle Diamond Bus Tour - which is part of the Jaliwang (Barramundi) Dreaming Story, as told by traditional owner Ted Hall.

Drive your 4WD vehicle through spectacular scenery into the Mandangala Community where you can stay overnight at Second Gorge (Ood-ulum-bood-ulu) Campground, run by Luridgi Tours.

After the drive in, cool off in the amazing Ood-ulum-bood-ulu Gorge, where you can swim all year round, and spend the afternoon immersing yourself in the Aboriginal culture of the Mandangala Community.

There is a bush kitchen, fire pit, flushing toilet, showers and fresh running water.

Bookings are essential. You can book online or call (08) 9168 2704.

Mimbi Caves Campground

Mimbi caves is a place of deep spiritual significance to the Gooniyandi people as well as being one of the most significant Devonian fossil sites in the world.

  • Price:From $15 to $48

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds

Description

This amazing cave system will take your breath away with its vivid colours and beautiful limestone rock formations, while the history and Dreaming stories of the local Gooniyandi people take on a life of their own when shared deep within the heart of the caves. An experience that will stay with you forever.

Mimbi Caves Campground - Jarlarloo Riwi

Modern amenities, hot showers, BBQ shelter, secluded camp sites and a friendly welcome awaits you at Mimbi Caves Campground. Nestled at the foot of the Emmanuel Ranges and just a short drive off Great Northern Highway, the campground has a Gooniyandi name “Jarlarloo Riwi”; Jarlarloo meaning Coolamon tree and Riwi meaning camp.

Key Experiences

-Visit or stay on Country with an Aboriginal community
-Learn about Aboriginal history and culture
-Learn about the Aboriginal Dreamtime ( the Dreamtime are Aboriginal stories and legends of how their land was created)
-Tours of sacred and historic Aboriginal sites with a local
Aboriginal tour guide

 

Natures Hideaway at Middle Lagoon

The Howard Family set up Nature's Hideaway at Middle Lagoon in 1996 as a tucked away holiday destination overlooking a spectacularly isolated white beach bay.

  • Price:From $20 to $200

Details

  • Type:Chalets,Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds
  • Facilities:Family Friendly

Description

The family have a deep affection for this unique and unforgettable countryside. Originally most of the visitors were locals from Broome, but today people from all over the world come to share in Middle Lagoon's natural beauty, peace and wonderfully relaxed way of life.

Natures Hideaway at Middle Lagoon is a low impact coastal camp offering stunning views over two beautiful Bays. It is conveniently located on the Dampier Peninsula, just two and a half hours drive north of Broome. Surrounded by beautiful beaches and native bush, Middle Lagoon is a pristine paradise with easy beach access, where you can fully enjoy the peace and tranquillity.

Getting There

Driving

Middle Lagoon is 180 kilometres north of Broome on the Dampier Peninsula. Allow for at least two and a half hours to travel to Middle Lagoon from Broome - an entertaining morning's drive on a wide, pindan red road that runs past giant anthills through thick, green bush alive with the colours and sounds of the teeming Kimberley bush. Heading north on the Cape Leveque Road, the Middle Lagoon turnoff is on your left after Beagle Bay.  Middle Lagoon is 32 kilometres from the turnoff. It is well signposted.

You'll need a four wheel drive, and if you don't have one there are a number of hire car companies represented in Broome. Check with the Broome Visitor Centre for details on 08 9192 2222.

We recommend that you check the road conditions with the Broome Visitor Centre (08 9192 2222) or the Shire of Broome before departing, as driving conditions can vary, and wet weather can result in closure of the road.

Broome is 2200 kilometres drive north of Perth and 1900 kilometres west of Darwin - several days drive from either of these starting points.

Flying

Qantas, Virgin Blue and Skywest fly frequently between Broome and Perth, Darwin, Kununurra, Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney.  There are also a number of regional airlines linking Broome with other Kimberley towns, the Pilbara and Darwin.

Bus

Bus services run daily between Broome and both Perth and Darwin. Many backpacker companies also provide bus tours from Darwin to Perth and return passing through Broome. 

Oongkalkada

Oongkalkada aims to deliver genuine and authentic Indigenous experiences in an exclusive, safe and comfortable environment to visitors to the Kimberley region of North Western Australia.

Details

  • Type:Chalets,Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds

Description

 

Oongkalkada has a vision where people from the world over will choose to visit the wilderness camp because they want to experience the real Kimberley and at the same time immerse themselves in the journey of evolving Indigenous tourism at one of Australia’s last outback frontiers. 

Oongkalkada is a Nyikina property in the Kimberley region of Western Australia - it is a special place. This country is where people used to gather from all around to share news, trade, discuss matters of importance, dance, sing, celebrate, learn and heal their mind and spirit. 

With the eco tent accommodation now in place, Oongkalkada is pleased to welcome you to enjoy the tranquil surrounds of our bush landscape setting in comfort.

Getting There

You will find the base camp at the Udialla Springs property 50Km off the Great Northern Highway between the town sites of Broome and Derby in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Within 200Km from Broome, or 100Km from Derby, you will find the base camp resting amongst a remarkable Kimberley wilderness setting, with the mighty Fitzroy River at your doorstep, fresh mineral springs surrounding your camp base and an amazing array of fauna and flora as your backdrop. The tour will commence from this amazing location and from here you can choose to sit back and explore your surroundings, or embark on a new and exciting adventure from the heart of the Kimberley.

 

Peedamulla Campground

Peedamulla, meaning ‘plenty water’ in local Aboriginal language, is where the Cane River runs through 226,000 hectares of cattle station.

  • Price:From $30-$40 per night

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Pets Allowed

Description

Peedamulla’s newly built campground has modern amenities, powered & unpowered sites, wonderful views of the expansive countryside, with opportunity to explore isolated coastline, wetlands and heritage listed ruins, along with the warm hospitality of local Aboriginal owners, the Parker family.

Peedamulla Campground was developed under Tourism Western Australia’s Camping with Custodians program. Camping with Custodians is an Australian first initiative which allows visitors to stay on Aboriginal lands and engage with Aboriginal people. For communities, Camping with Custodians creates income, employment, training and the opportunity to showcase local culture.

The campground office is a beautifully restored stone heritage building, surrounded by a collection of objects showing some of Peedamulla’s rich history. Take some time to visit the remains of other buildings around the office, which are listed on the State heritage register for their significance. Visitors to the campground in mid-July may be lucky enough to see the annual muster herding hundreds of cattle ready for market.

Peedamulla offers 20 campsites (5 powered & 15 unpowered), lighting, hot showers, unisex toilets, communal fire pit, drinking water, a covered BBQ area, dog friendly and expansive views.

Getting There

Peedamulla Campground is located 203km south of Karratha, on the Onslow-Peedamulla Road, just off the North West Coastal Highway.

Smithy's Seaside Adventures

Experience Nyul Nyul country residing at a stunning seaside community 60km from Beagle Bay on the Dampier Peninsula.

  • Price:From $24

Details

  • Type:Aboriginal Owned & Operated,Camping Grounds
  • Facilities:Pets Allowed

Description

Smithy's Seaside Adventures is based at Embalgun which is an outstation out of Beagle Bay on the Dampier Peninsula.

Smithy's Seaside Adventures offers complete beachfront campsites operated by a local Aboriginal family. There is a selection of primitive and powered campsites with shower and toilet facilities. There is also a washing machine for campers to use.

The property has over 200m of beachfront access right onto Pender Bay with excellent fishing and diving opportunities.

 

Tom Price Tourist Park

Tom Price Tourist Park is nestled at the base of the impressive Jarndrunmunhna – place of rock wallabies, more commonly known as Mt Nameless.

  • Price:From $191 - $237
  • Rating:3.5 star

Details

  • Type:Backpackers/Hostels,Motel,Camping Grounds,Caravan Parks
  • Facilities:Pets Allowed,Pool,Wheelchair Access
  • Price Range:$100-$200
  • Capacity:21 - 50

Description

<div> A popular and enjoyable respite with clean and modern facilities, well grassed and shaded sites and sealed interconnecting roads. Whether you’re looking for budget accommodation or a powered campsite, Tom Price Tourist Park is the place to stay. Book now.</div> <div>  </div> <div> We cater for all types of accommodation needs from A-frame chalets to powered sites for vans, buses and even 5th Wheelers. Or camp under the stars on grassed sites under the canopy of our beautiful trees.</div> <div>  </div> <div> The Park is a short drive to the town of Tom Price which boosts services such as banks, a gift shop, supermarket and a clothing store. The town also offers a post office along with many other services for supplies and repairs.</div> <div>  </div> <div> Our office can supply information on the local services, surrounds, tour bookings, maps and more. You’ll find our friendly caravan park team is dedicated to providing you with excellent service, ensuring you enjoy your stay. Book your next holiday at Tom Price Tourist Park today.</div> <div>  </div> <div> Whether you’re travelling on a budget or looking for self-contained and air-conditioned cabins, Tom Price Tourist Park has accommodation options for backpackers, couples and families. Pets are also welcome on the powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites.</div>

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