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Kimberley Region Australia Without Limits

Kimberley Region Australia

Kimberley Region AustraliaCurious about the Kimberley Region Australia? I am sure like me your are looking forward to watching  Without Limits the TV programme being shown on BBC one on 17th October at 20.00 . This two-part documentary features  a team of injured British and Australian veterans embarking on an amazing  1000-mile expedition across Western Australia’s remote Kimberley region .

More than 3 times the size of England, with a population of under 40,000, the Kimberley region – spread over Australia’s entire north-western corner – is one of the world’s great wilderness areas. Here you can discover abundant wildlife, vast canyons, secret freshwater swimming holes plus outback stations and one of Australia’s greatest 4WD road trips. But despite this it is also a destination for great food and luxury accommodation.

There are several ways to arrive in the Kimberley region and flying is of course the fastest mode of transport but to truly appreciate the unbelievable beauty of this region, getting to the Kimberley by 4WD is the way to go.


Broome is the southwestern gateway into the region, and is normally the starting point for a holiday in the Kimberely. From Perth and Port Headland you can take a four-wheel drive vehicle along the Great Northern Highway to reach Broome. You can fly from Perth to Broome with Qantas or Virgin Australia with a flight time of 2 hours 40 minutes.

If you are looking for some amazing experiences in the Kimberley Region Australia then we would recommend the following all bookable through Pope&Sons your Australia Travel Experts:

El Questro Homestead

True North Kimberley Cruises

Pope&Sons can offer tours , adventures and luxury accommodation in the Kimberley Region Australia to create a true Without Limits experience. Call Dave Pope today on 01926 658797 or email escape@popeandsons.co.uk to book an amazing trip to Australia in either the Kimberley region as well as some of the other amazing Australian destinations