Kimberley National Parks Tourism Update

The WA Government’s assistance package to help impacted communities following the unprecedented floods in the Kimberley includes discounted flights, holiday voucher incentives and a national marketing campaign to send the message that the region is open for tourism.

The package aims to encourage visitors to the Kimberley this year while supporting the local tourism sector as it responds to the recent flooding.

Dulundi (Silent Grove), a medium-size campground, is a great base from which to explore Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge). Photo credit: Jacki Baxter, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions

Most of the Kimberley’s national parks will be open this tourism season, including Purnululu National Park World, Dulundi (Silent Grove), Walarra Mindi (Mt Hart), and Lennard Gorge.

Dimalurru (Tunnel Creek) will also open, but may have a later opening date.

Significant flood damage to visitor infrastructure and post-flood visitor safety risks at Danggu Geikie Gorge National Park and Bandilngan (Windjana Gorge) National Park means they will remain closed for the rest of 2023.

For the latest information about park closures and related works here.

Learn more about the Kimberley’s national parks and conservation areas here.

Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge) is one of the most picturesque gorges in the West Kimberley. Photo credit: Tourism Western Australia