The Kimberley region is one that is commonly described as very under-rated and a hidden gem of Australia. The extensive range of things to see and do in the Kimberley region is what makes it one of the most exciting and spectacular places to visit. You won’t be disappointed after your Kimberley adventure.
The climate in the Kimberley is a little different to the Southern Half of Australia, which is probably one of its most attractive qualities during the months April through to September. The Kimberley region consists of a wet and dry season, in which during the wet season about 90% of the rainfall will be delivered. This intensive rain also brings high temperatures and strong humidity; therefore, the wet season climate is not the most comfortable to endure. The dry season however is mostly clear blue skies and maximum daily temperatures of around 30 Degrees Celsius. These enjoyable temperatures make for a perfect climate to explore the region.
Range of National Parks
Through-out the entire Kimberley region there are a large number of National Parks that contain some of Western Australia’s most spectacular geographical attractions. Stunning gorges through Windjana Gorge and Drysdale River National Parks, beautiful cascading waterfalls at Mitchell River National Park and world-heritage mountain ranges at Purnululu National Park.
Choose a Kimberley Adventure Tour
Some of the best Western Australian tour are conducted in the Kimberley. There are a huge range of places to visit and countless ways to visit them. Spread through-out the Kimberley there are scenic flights, both fixed wing and rotary. These scenic flights allow you to see the best of the area and are especially worth it if you are time-poor. Other adventures that can be experienced in the Kimberley consist of boat tours, awesome guided walks, 4wd tours and even kayaking and canoeing.
The geography of the Kimberley is simply amazing, with stunning waterfalls, massive gorges, hundreds of rivers and beautiful huge lakes. The magnificent ranges that spread through the whole region pop up out of nowhere and provide an awesome backdrop to the other picturesque scenery of the Kimberley. The geography of the area is like no other in Australia and to see it up close is such an awesome sight, especially for all the photographers out there!
Flora and Fauna
It doesn’t really matter what adventure tour you embark on, it is highly likely you will see some stunning flora and some amazing animals. Most boat tours will enable you the opportunity to see a Crocodile, while tours from the air will allow you to see the changes in terrain and the flora. There is an abundance of wildlife in the Kimberley region and it is exciting wildlife at that. There are also a huge range of tropical plants that are amass in the gorges and canyons through-out the area.
This is one of the best places in Western Australia to complete a tour and there are many reasons to do so. If you want to experience this amazing part of Australia call 1800 095 500 or visit http://www.aviair.com.au/scenic-air-tours/all-tours/