Easily the best food in Derby with great wood-fired pizzas, perfect seafood risotto, wonderful cakes and shady, alfresco dining.
Kimberley art legends Mark and Mary Norval have set up an exciting gallery-cafe in an old tin shed on the edge of town. Featuring striking artwork, exquisite jewellery, decent coffee and 5000 vinyl records (brought …
Along with the Boab Prison Tree (7km south), this old gaol is a sad reminder of man's inhumanity to man.
Excellent counter meals and wi-fi make this the lunch stop of choice. The motel-style rooms (doubles $225) are clean, comfortable and normally booked out.
Derby goes off with concerts, mud footy, horse and mud-crab races, poetry readings, art exhibitions and street parades. Try to catch the Long Table dinner out on the mudflats.
Grab the key from the visitor centre and have a peek inside the nearby museum, with its atmospheric shipping and aviation displays.
Check out King Sound's colossal 11.5m tides from the circular jetty, 1km north of town, a popular fishing, crabbing, bird-spotting and staring-into-the-distance haunt. Yep, there are crocs in the mangroves.
Homemade jerkies, biltong and vacuum-sealed roasts, all ready for the Gibb.
Fascinating look at how school is conducted over the radio for children on remote stations. Opening times vary, so check with the visitor centre first.