Wyndham, Australia

Wyndham, Australia, is a charming outpost nestled in the rugged heart of the Kimberley region in Western Australia. Known as the northernmost town in the state, Wyndham is a place of captivating contrasts. It boasts a rich history, with remnants of its pearling and pastoral past still visible in the town's architecture and culture. Wyndham is also renowned for its stunning natural beauty, with the dramatic backdrop of the Carr Boyd Ranges and the vast expanse of the Cambridge Gulf. The town serves as a gateway to some of the Kimberley's most pristine and remote landscapes making it a haven for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts.   


Ord River Experience
Experience rich waterways and wetlands during a navigation on the Ord River, navigating between lush Kununurra and the vast, man-made Lake Argyle. Surrounding ochre-red gorges and valleys hug the iconic river, while the lake teems with wildlife, from freshwater crocodiles slipping through its depths to wallabies bouncing along its shores. 

El Questro Experience
Explore the million-acre wilderness park, Questro cattle station, guided by an El Questro ranger. This tour includes an all-encompassing journey through Emma Gorge and Zebedee Thermal Springs, as well as a Chamberlain River Cruise. A navigation through the majestic Chamberlain Gorge exposes sharp cliffs and diverse tropical vegetation, as well as excellent examples of Wandjina and Bradshaw rock art at the far end.

Bungle Bungles Scenic Flight
Embark upon a flight over the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park. These incredible ranges were not ‘’discovered’’ until the mid 1980’s, when a television crew stumbled upon the starkly beautiful range and its unique, beehive-shaped domes. The domes are bordered by great banded cliffs that glow fire-red in the late afternoon sun.