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Australia: Adventure Tour of the Northwest
Australia: Spotlight on the Southwest
Kununurra lies between the coastal towns of Broome and Darwin near the border between Western Australia and the Northern Territory, along the northern coastline washed by the Timor Sea. Part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme, the extremely fertile farmlands neighboring Kununurra are famous for its fragrant tropical fruit orchards, sandalwood plantations, and superfood farms.
Halls Creek is a small settlement in the heart of the East Kimberley region of Western Australia, lying between the towns of Fitzroy Crossing and Turkey Creek. This predominantly Aboriginal settlement is home to the indigenous Kija, Jaru and Gooniyandi people.
Fitzroy Crossing owes its name to the mighty Fitzroy River, set up where the Great Northern Highway crosses it. This small town is in the red soil region of Kimberley, Western Australia.
Broome is a popular seaside resort town in Western Australia’s red-soil country of Kimberley. This pretty coastal town is overlooked by a spectacular landscape of creeks and bays teeming with marine life, emerald mangroves, and mudflats – all washed by the cerulean blue waters of the Indian Ocean.
Hyden is a laidback little bush settlement that lies to the East of Perth along the Brookton Highway. Part of the golden outback, Hayden’s claim to fame is its proximity to Western Australia’s Wave Rock, a colorful weather-sculpted granite cliff shaped like a massive wave, created millions of years ago.
Esperance is a scenic beach resort town that lies on the Bay of Isles along the southern coast of Western Australia. Part of the traditional land of the Aboriginal Wudjari people, the town’s white-sand beaches are washed by the clear blue waters of the Great Australian Bight.
Albany is a lovely port city in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. Part of the traditional lands of the local Aboriginal, Minang Noongar and Wagyl Kaip people, Albany is the state’s oldest European settlement from the early 1800s.
Pemberton is a tiny adventure town in Western Australia, surrounded by several of the country’s remote national parks like the Gloucester National Park, the Greater Beedelup National Park, and the Big Brook State Forest. The town’s spectacular natural landscapes offer several outdoor sports like mountain biking and canoeing.
Exmouth, standing halfway between Perth and Broome, is a seaside town surrounded by nature reserves along Australia’s North West Cape. The Cape Range National Park with its population of wild kangaroos and rugged landscape of sandstone cliffs and gorges lies within easy distance.