Kimberley calling

Timing can be critical when planning a holiday, especially in areas of weather extremes, such as WA’s Kimberley.

Big Mertens waterfall, Mitchell River, Kimberley, WA. Photo credit: Richard Smyth Wild Earth Images

Late March to early April provides the perfect opportunity to access the stunning falls – after the wet and its inevitable road closures and before the thunderous cascades dry to a trickle.

Most popular, though, are the winter months for visitors wanting to experience the wonder and magic of this vast, ancient and remote wilderness. Daytime temperatures from June to August are around 28- 30 degrees Celsius, fine conditions are almost guaranteed and the skies are a glorious blue.

More information to help in planning your trip to this unforgettable region of superlatives, here.

Watch this stunning short video for a once in a lifetime excursion on one of True North’s signature adventure tours known as the “Kimberley Wilderness Tour”.

Yawuru Nagulagun/Roebuck Bay is on the doorstep of Broome in WA’s Kimberley. Photo credit: Joanna Rath – Just Me Travel